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This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
 
The podcast helping graphic designer boss-ladies work smarter and not harder in their design businesses. Your guru: the clever Anna Dower; mentor, designer, cake-lover and rad chick. ‘Cos not all creatives wear hip black clothes and are design snobs. Some – like us – wear colourful Birkenstocks and believe in community over competition.
 
The boys from Back Dog Salvage and stars of the hit DIY series "Salvage Dawgs" are back! Listen in as Mike Whiteside, Robert Kulp, and Tay Whiteside talk to the most interesting people from the Salvage, Maker, and Creator worlds. From the world’s leading experts on Salvage from around the world to Makers and Creators who are doing fantastic work we respect. We'll speak with Celebrities and personalities who are Salvagers and makers, while also enjoying conversations with oddballs from around ...
 
Calvin Buchanan and Cornel Beard bring you a weekly Design and Culture podcast talking about the world of Design from the Black perspective while exploring and sharing stories of their professional careers. Learn something new, or send in questions to ask advice. Tune in for interesting insights and interact with them, as well as special guests on the topics that interest you.
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.org.
 
Are you a black creative trying to monetize your art? A corporate creative advancing your career? Or an entrepreneur trying to grow your business? Well, BlackXecutive has entered the chat. BlackXecutive is a podcast for black creatives created by a black creative. We share inspiration and actionable advice for black creatives going pro. With each episode we’ll chat with black creatives thriving in entrepreneurship, corporate careers and the nonprofit sector. You'll wrap up with a few key tak ...
 
ArtCenter College of Design’s bi-weekly podcast features intimate interviews with leading artists examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change—personally, professionally and globally. Hosted by ArtCenter President, Lorne M. Buchman, these conversations examine the many ways in which artists and designers are enriching our lives. ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education; and our mission statement—Learn to cr ...
 
Unconference, is a Design + Diversity Podcast about diversity, design, and the marriage in between. Where we chat about Design + Diversity and all the things related. Whether you are a designer or a design hobbyist, in many of its adjacent or subfields, we’re here to break down all of the details and solve the hard problems with you.Unconference Podcast by Design + Diversity was formally the Design + Diversity Podcast, which has been rebranded to meet listeners on the go. The podcast serves ...
 
Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Ajayi's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she continues ...
 
Innovation for All explores how diversity and inclusion are impacted by innovation and technology. Long form interviews with experts in tech, design, AI, and business. Is Facebook really a monopoly? How can remote work get more diversity in tech? What’s in the terms of service we usually ignore? How can we build inclusive, human-centered AI? Host Sheana Ahlqvist created Innovation For All to help technologists and entrepreneurs make more inclusive products and businesses and think more criti ...
 
Equal parts "Mad Max" and "The Stand," this post apocalyptic saga is set in a world 15 years after the collapse of the world as we know it. A brother and sister grow up in rural Maine and unwittingly embark on a adventure to save the City from the religious zealots and ruthless military fight for control over the fallen world. An epic serialized audio drama adventure with 30+ actors, cinematic sound design and original music. Winner of Mark Time Award for sci-fi audio and finalist in Romania ...
 
Art Pays Me Podcast helps artists use their power to improve their lives and the world by exploring the business strategies of successful creatives. Art Pays Me is hosted by Artist and Designer, Duane Jones, Founder of lifestyle brand Art Pays Me.
 
Magnifeco Radio is a series of frank and intimate conversations hosted by Kate Black, author and founder of magnifeco.com. Each week Kate chats with designers, makers and sustainable leaders about their path and motivation plus the latest in ethical fashion, clean beauty and sustainable living.
 
Why do most of the sci-fi flicks look dystopian in nature? Every imaginable future scenario looks like a Black Mirror episode. This podcast is an attempt to speculate the future in a positive way through design dialogues. This podcast will engage with futurists, designers, field specialists and experiential experts. For the second season, we are focusing on founders creating utopian science fiction (white-mirror) technologies creating a dent in the society with their views, vision and actions.
 
Works In Process, the podcast that asks the hows and whys behind the creative work. Creativity is oversaturated with the final results—Whether it be a painting, the words you write, or that elegant piece in your portfolio. We seem to find completed and beautified work across the web, but what steps did it actually take to get there? Talk a ride with me, Designer and Educator George Garrastegui, as I learn from my guests that there’s no one way to being a creative, but endless possibilities f ...
 
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Marie Claudinette Jean Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Fushá Designs Inc. has a very strong operational and administrative background in a production driven environment; which includes, business development, fashion designs, operational management, time management, and project coordination. Website: https://fushadesigns.com Thank you for lea…
 
Bennie F. Johnson is the Executive Director of AIGA, the professional association for design. Bennie thrives on the connections between marketing, technology, education, and innovation. With experience in strategic and consumer marketing, brand management, and innovation management, he is drawn to opportunities that allow him to lead and create new…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Washington is a place of patterns. A new President takes office. He — and, this newsletter will note that it’s always a he, until it’s not — runs his first Hundred Days, an utterly arbitrary marker that drive…
 
Ravi Singh is no stranger to relief efforts. His organization, Khalsa Aid, led humanitarian support to the embattled Yezidi in 2015, to Rohingya refugees in 2017, and to tsunami-stricken Indonesia in 2018. What he did not expect was that his NGO’s skills would be needed across India in the wake of COVID-19. “We went from serving food in a war zone …
 
On Bayard Street in Manhattan’s Chinatown, artist and activist Chanel Miller created a mural to cover the outdoor dining structure at Alimama and Yin Ji Chang Fen. Along the wooden barrier, cartoon creatures feed each other with open mouths, an image Miller picked for its cultural significance.
 
There is a horrible and brilliant scene in the first episode of The Underground Railroad, Barry Jenkins’ breathtaking miniseries adaptation of the Pulitzer-winning novel by Colson Whitehead. A runaway has been captured and returned to a cotton plantation in antebellum Georgia. Stripped to the waist and covered in bleeding lashes, the man (played by…
 
“Am I a businessman or an artist?” asks the legendary fashion designer Halston, just as the second act of his career is taking off. It’s a question most creative workers eventually have to answer—one that has haunted some of TV’s best characters, from Mad Men’s Don Draper to Cameron Howe of Halt and Catch Fire, and must also weigh on the writers wh…
 
It’s the afternoon of May 11, the day that Patti Harrison’s new movie, Together Together, is releasing on VOD. She’s been in “a little brain fog,” she tells me from her home in East Los Angeles, the way she usually feels when her projects come out. How does she feel about seeing feedback about the new film? “I approach it the same way as when I wat…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to Jordan Moblo, the man behind the Instagram account @jordys.book.club, which features artful photos of both fiction and nonfiction books, as well as short reviews of titles Jordan feels like promoting. In the interview, Jordan discusses the creative decisions that go into his posts and explains what it was like t…
 
Arizona’s governor signed a bill Tuesday that could take more than 100,000 infrequent mail voters off a voting list that automatically delivers ballots by mail to voters—in a state where President Joe Biden clinched victory in 2020 by less than 11,000 votes. Arizona follows Georgia, Texas and Florida in enacting voting restrictions under the guise …
 
America faces a mental health crisis that predates the pandemic but has been significantly worsened by it. Employees have felt incredible stress, burnout, financial insecurity, increased strains on their mental health and a lack of supervisor support for more than a year now. This is especially true of essential workers.…
 
https://www.youtube.com/embed/LUsWpoezfpY On March 21, just days after eight people, including six women of Asian descent, were killed in the Atlanta-area shootings, thousands gathered at Columbus Park in Manhattan for a rally against anti-Asian violence. Activists took turns addressing the surge in hate crimes and hate incidents toward the Asian A…
 
So here is episode six, part 1 of "The Tenth Clew", adapted by Pete Lutz from Hammett's sixth published Op story, in 1924. We hope you enjoy it and will join us for future episodes. ADVENTURES OF THE FEDERATED TEC WAS CONCEIVED BY PETE LUTZ AND DEVELOPED BY PETE LUTZ AND MARK SLADE. "The Tenth Clew" was directed by Pete Lutz, mixed and mastered by …
 
In news everyone has been waiting for since last year, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said May 13 that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can ditch their masks, both indoors and outdoors, and stop social distancing as well. It was welcome news, especially as politicians and many in the public have been criti…
 
ExxonMobil is one of the world’s largest publicly traded oil and gas companies—and it wants you to take responsibility for climate change. A new analysis from researchers at Harvard University released Thursday found that the company’s public-facing messaging on climate change since the mid-2000s consistently emphasizes “consumers,” "energy demand"…
 
The many environmental challenges facing the world are far from evenly shared across regions. Of the 100 cities facing the greatest environmental risks, 99 are in Asia, according to a report published today by risk consultancy Verisk Maplecroft. Meanwhile, Europe is home to 14 of the 20 safest cities. https://datawrapper.dwcdn.…
 
The debate about President Biden’s recent decision to enact a big increase in the number of refugees allowed into America, has been proceeding from a false premise. Rebuilding the refugee resettlement program is not a problem for Biden to solve. It is an opportunity for the U.S. to seize. For that to happen, the country needs more than a signature …
 
Tracy Rookard, created The NakedFace (www.thenakedfacecosmetics.com) in 2019 because she wanted to use body scrubs and crèmes that were "naked" with nothing extra added to them. An Army Veteran that started her professional career as a Medics & Respiratory Therapist; she later shifted her career into IT. She is currently the Chief of staff of Cyber…
 
Ajay Banga, the executive chairman and former CEO of Mastercard, has spearheaded a strategy focused on serving the previously unbanked via new technologies. During his 11-year tenure as president and chief executive, the company tripled revenues, increased net income six-fold, and saw its market cap rise from below $30 billion to more than $300 bil…
 
High in the thin air of the Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal, Sherpas and climbers used to walk freely from one group of tents to another, holding gatherings, singing and dancing. Now the Sherpas who escort climbers to the summit have a new job: enforcing unofficial social-distancing rules. “Climbing Everest is always a matter of life and death,” s…
 
Three weeks after Bethany Fauteux gave birth to her second child in 2013, she was spending her days surrounded by young children—except they weren’t her own. A single mother whose cash reserves were quickly depleting, she felt she had to return to her job as a preschool teacher in Massachusetts while her Caesarean-section scar was still throbbing. …
 
In this BAIA Talk exclusive, artist and photographer Todd Gray discusses his most recent exhibit, Matrix 186 (March 4 - July 18, 2021) and what inspires his work, with Faron Manuel, Independent Curator, and Tracy Ann Simmons, Miami Culture Maven.Detailing his radical take on photography and assemblage, and countering mental colonialism through his …
 
After more than a decade of warnings about the vulnerability of U.S. energy infrastructure to hackers, a cyberattack on a major pipeline has left over a dozen states scrambling for gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, and other petroleum products. Drivers in states like Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Florida converged at gas stations. Virginia…
 
When this pandemic first began, it quickly became clear that we didn’t just need vaccines, we’d also needed vaccinations, and lots of them. Until people in all corners of the world—not just those that could afford it—were protected, the virus would continue to rage. In an unprecedented show of global solidarity, the world came together to back COVA…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. Credit for honesty where it’s due: four months into this current Congress’ two-year term, a dozen members of the House are already dropping all pretense and saying they won’t be seeking another term in late 2…
 
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), will affect some 26 million Americans at some point in their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The condition, characterized by depression, hopelessness, memory problems, difficulty maintaining relationships, and recurrent visions of the trauma-causing event is notoriously hard to treat.…
 
ATLANTA — A man accused of killing eight people, six of them women of Asian descent, in shootings at three Atlanta-area massage businesses was indicted Tuesday on murder charges, and a prosecutor filed notice that she’ll also seek hate crime charges and the death penalty. A Fulton County grand jury indicted Robert Aaron Long, 22, in the March 16 sl…
 
After walking away from his career of 7+ years as a student affairs professional, he launched a consulting business because he wanted more income, more freedom, and more impact on the world. Since transforming from student affairs professional to work from anywhere business consultant, he has worked with dozens of motivated entrepreneurs to identif…
 
Jasica Gray, the wig-making, beauty guru behind Lavish Locs Hair Company. Jasica was born and raised in Dallas with passion for making women feel and look beautiful. She has worked on New York Fashion Week and with some of the top beauty brands in the country including: Oscar Blandi Hair Products, Freeze 24/7, Lancome, Trish McEvoy, and Toni & Guy.…
 
Today, Berlin is one of the premier destinations for techno music fans. People come from all over the world to party all night to the rhythmic beat of Berlin's club scene. And this music that the city is most famous for developed in large part because of the thing the city is most infamous for: the Berlin wall, which divided the city into east and …
 
In this 33 minute Artblog Radio interview, Roberta speaks with Bryan Warner about his Japanese heritage, growing up attending a Buddhist temple, teaching art at both the college and elementary school level, and much more. This interview is available in audio, video, and text transcription.By Roberta
 
I’m delighted to welcome you to our the first of our two special podcast episodes which accompanies our Defining Success report. For this first podcast we tackle a tricky subject for creatives: money. In search of expert guidance around what makes a creative venture attractive to financial investors and how we should plan for our personal financial…
 
Leslie John, associate professor at Harvard Business School, has done some deep research into the ways that people self-promote in their professional lives and identified what works and what doesn’t. She says it is possible tout your own accomplishments without annoying your colleagues, if you do it at the right time or enlist others to boast on yo…
 
Erin Davis: Welcome to REAL TIME, a podcast especially for and about REALTORS® brought to you by the Canadian Real Estate Association. I’m your host, Erin Davis. Today we have a guest who’s going to open the doors and open our minds to the possibilities of PropTech. Think you don’t use it? Think again. Nikki Greenberg is a PropTech entrepreneur, ar…
 
In the past three weeks, every adult in the U.S. has become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, which are now widely available in most parts of the country. Yet there has been an alarming decline in the number of Americans showing up to get vaccinated, even though less than half of the population has received even a single dose.…
 
On May 10, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) extended authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds. It’s the first COVID-19 shot authorized for this younger population. "I cannot tell you how many people have been anxiously awaiting this day to get their kids vaccinated," says Dr.…
 
Underneath the Empire State building, a maze of pipes, gauges and steel valve wheels that comprise the building's chiller plant look as if they might have remained unchanged since President Herbert Hoover turned on the tower's iconic lights at its opening in 1931. Despite their appearance, those enormous heat exchange machines have been thoroughly …
 
Scotland could be one step closer to becoming an independent country. The British government has been forced to play defense on calls for a second Scottish independence referendum, after the country's main nationalist party secured an emphatic victory in elections for its devolved parliament on Friday.…
 
A version of this article also appeared in the It’s Not Just You newsletter. Sign up here to receive a new edition every Sunday. As always, you can send comments to me at: Susanna@Time.com. My sister Ingalisa is a museum person. Travel with her means you’re in for some art. And while I knew I’d missed Ingalisa over this long year, I didn’t think I …
 
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