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Studio Noize is a weekly podcast featuring Black artists and creatives from all over the contemporary art world. Artist and printmaker, Jamaal Barber, talks with black artists about their art processes and their lives. He engages with painters, curators, singers, dancers, art directors, collectors, and guests of all disciplines. Studio Noize’s creative conversations motivate and inspire while archiving the voices of contemporary black artists. New episodes are posted every Tuesday.
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Music & Peacebuilding

Kevin Shorner-Johnson

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A professional development network at http://musicpeacebuilding.com exploring intersections of peacebuilding, culture, sacredness, relationship, community, creativity, and imagination through research and story. Thinking deeply, we reclaim space for connection and care.
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Market Urbanism Podcast

Market Urbanism Podcast

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Welcome to the Market Urbanism podcast, where we’re liberalizing cities from the bottom-up. A podcast examining urban planning, transportation, and urban economic development from a classical liberal perspective.
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The Insight Meditation Society celebrates the 80th birthday of one of its co-founders, Joseph Goldstein this year. In his conversation with Buddhadharma editor Rod Meade Sperry, Goldstein applies the “harmonized understanding” approach he championed in his book One Dharma to the concept of buddhanature, to uncover the concept’s relevance to Buddhis…
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Your boy, JBarber, has been teaching at the Penland School of Craft and now we’re back with new Studio Noize! We found David Harper Clemons in a weaving cabin making broaches, print, sculptures and drawings. David is also the HBCU tour coordinator for Penland. We talk about the HBCU tours and how to get more diversity into artist communities. David…
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Lion’s Roar editor-in-chief Melvin McLeod talks with Shantum Seth, a teacher in the Thich Nhat Hanh tradition who leads the In the Footsteps of the Buddha pilgrimages. They discuss Thich Nhat Hanh's own pilgrimage to India, how visiting the places where the Buddha lived brings him to life, and bringing Buddhism back to the country where it was born…
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World Music Drumming offers opportunities for teachers to enrich general music curricula through ensemble-centered explorations of diverse musics. This episode with Patty Bourne, director of World Music drumming, explores the legacy of Will Schmid, impacts on teachers, expansions of musical visions, and the future of this curricula. Alongside the v…
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It’s an instant classic for you today on the Noize! We got the wonderful LaNia Roberts on the show and she came with all the energy, honesty and transparency that we needed in our studios. LaNia talks about how she got her big personality, empowering herself through art and the inner thoughts that artists feel and don’t often speak on. There is a t…
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Today on the Noize we got printmaker, Tenjin Ikeda! he has been making art as for over 30 years and its been a journey across all kinds of mediums. From painting, to dancing, to sculpting, to printmaking, Tenjin has been open to where his talents and opportunity take him. We learn about Tenjin and his philosophy on making work. We nerd out a little…
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Ify Chiejina is a self taught artist making her way in art world. JB found her work after she created a beautiful print with master printmaker, Curlee Holton, at Raven Fine Art Editions. Ify talks about her work with Curlee and how she has navigated being a self taught artist and building the career that she wants. Her previous and recently announc…
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This interview with Dr. Mica Estrada explores her work in researching belonging, social identity, and kindness. Beginning with an exploration of impostor phenomena, we first explore stories about Donna Hicks’s direct experience at being affirmed and welcomed. Returning to Estrada’s research, we examine the impact of Dr. Kellman and the development …
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Your boy JBarber manage to sit with two people from the Studio Noize fam while down at Miami Art Week. First up is Ben Muñoz, Chicano printmaker we talked to at Print Austin. JB met up with Ben and attended a bunch of the satellite fairs like Untitled, NADA, Ink, Prizm, and Pinta. We recorded a conversation riding in traffic after leaving Pinta. Yo…
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White Lotus and Sopranos actor Michael Imperioli is also a novelist, screenwriter, director and musician. He and his partner Victoria Imperioli, a well-known interior designer, talk about how Buddhism informs their life together as artists and entrepreneurs. The Lion's Roar Podcast is taking a momentary pause. In the meantime, enjoy our library of …
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Live from outside of SCOPE we chat it up with Martha A Wade and Reisha from the Women’s LIVE Artist Studio. They had a wonderful journey from Chicago to Miami Art Week. They talk with us about process of showing at the fair and some insights on the interactions with attendees and how it all working into their plans for the studio. Time is a premium…
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Judy Lief, a Buddhist teacher in the Tibetan tradition, talks about how you can work with your desires to find peace. Then Cheryl Fraser, a sex therapist and dharma teacher, shares her article, How to Have Mindful Sex. To close, professor, minister, and author of Living Nembutsu: Applying Shinran’s Radically Engaged Buddhism in Life and Society, Je…
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Studio Noize done hit the big time! We’re back with a special series of episodes recorded at Miami Art Week. We’ve heard so much about Art Basel, the awesome art fairs on South Beach, The grand event of Art Basel. We are taking you behind the scenes to see what is really going on. Miami Noize is a series of episodes records live during Miami Art We…
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This is the first in a two-part series on dignity, belonging, awe, humility, kindness, and identity. In this first episode, we spend time with Dr. Donna Hicks to discuss the magic of dignity language, a South African heritage of Mandela Consciousness and Ubuntu, and expansions of the self through pathways of humility, vulnerability, and awe. The Mu…
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Sam likes to chill, and Rex likes to play. When Sam wants to take a break from playing, Rex wonders ‘what’s so great about being still?’ Author Catherine Bailey talks about these characters in her children’s book, Dinos Don’t Meditate, and shares a thirty second practice you can do with your kids. Then, Vanessa Zuisei Goddard talks about her book, …
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Feelings of grief, panic and helplessness can lead one to do unpredictable, irrational things. In this selection from Lion’s Roar’s online course, Medicine for Fear, dharma teacher Mushim Patricia Ikeda of the East Bay Meditation Center talks about the art of “feeling all the feelings” without causing harm to yourself and others, and why the smalle…
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The Center for Humane Technology is featured in the Emmy award winning Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, and co-founded by Randima Fernando. He talks about the promises and pitfalls of artificial intelligence; the existential questions it inspires, how Buddhism is uniquely suited to answering them, and how you can approach this new technology…
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Part two of the conversation with Dr. Nina Kraus examines how we find our sense of belonging within our sonic worlds. Speaking of how sound connects us, we enter dialogues about modulations of harmony, synchrony, the power of singing, and how musical training may make us more emotionally sensitive to harmonic cues within human voice. Turning to bil…
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Jane Hirshfield is the author of ten collections of poetry, the most recent being The Asking: New and Selected Poems. She talks about creativity in the liminal state, then Anouk Shambrook—an astrophysicist turned meditation teacher—talks about the intersections between science and spirituality. First, a short reading from Buddhadharma’s Rod Meade S…
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In this two-part series with Dr. Nina Kraus we examine the neuroscience of our hearing brains, exploring how we make meaning from our sonic worlds. In episode 1, we look at the afferent and efferent journeys as our brains construct meaning from sonic experience. Examining reading, we understand how reading is powered by the strength of our recognit…
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Dean of Students at the Institute of Buddhist Studies, Scott Mitchell, talks about his book, The Making of American Buddhism and how Western scholarship has largely ignored the role of Japanese immigrants and their American descendants in the development of Buddhism in America.By Sandra Hannebohm
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Internal medicine physician and founder of the End Well Project, Shoshana Ungerlieder talks about the taboo of death and dying among medical professionals and the importance of taking time to ask what really matters to you and your loved ones, while you still can. For more Buddhist wisdom on death and dying join the free, 5 day online event, Death,…
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Exploring the research of Batja Mesquita and other cultural psychologists and social psychologists, this episode examines how emotions are enacted between humans. Challenging the US-centric worldview that emotions are only within an individual, Mesquita notes that emotions are continuously enacted within culture and relationships. Our podcast contr…
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Buddhist teacher, author, and founder of Tara Mandala retreat center, Lama Tsultrim Allione, talks with Lion's Roar magazine's editor Andrea Miller about the meaning — and urgency — of embracing the sacred feminine as a way to resist the destructive aspects of patriarchal society. Plus, a reading of "Green Tara: You Are the Divine Feminine" written…
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This episode explores the work of Taína Asili, her album Resiliencia, and the many voices that inspired her work in this album. As we understand notions of belonging, we explore Puerto Rican heritage, alternative voices of punk culture, language of re-membering, and the work of dismantling frameworks of scarcity to find deeper forms of belonging to…
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Award winning Sri-Lankan Canadian novelist and author of Funny Boy, talks about his latest historical fiction, Mansions of the Moon—the difficult and creative process of using fact and imagination to create an intimate tale of the Buddha’s wife, her relationship with him, their inevitable separation, and her own path to enlightenment.…
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The wonderful Althea Murphy-Price joins the Studio Noize fam today! Althea is an awesome printmaker and professor at the University of Tennessee- Knoxville. Her work explores the politics and culture of Black women’s hair. She’s not confined to one medium in her exploration. She does lithography, screenprinting, collage, photography, and 3D printin…
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The new director of the BAIA Foundation, Faron Manuel returns to the Noize! Faron and JBarber talk about his years of experience as a curator and writer that took him from Clark Atlanta Museum as a docent to the High Museum of Art and now his new role at Black Art In America. Faron talks about his plans for the foundation, new partnerships and prog…
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The Postman is here! We got the esteemed collector Kerry Davis joining the Studio Noize fam. Kerry built his legendary collection while working 30 years as a postman at USPS. How impressive is his collection? Well, it’s in the middle of a 5-year national museum tour, and he could have a whole other show from work currently up in his home. The colle…
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We’re covering the other side of this art game today! Ashley Lee, a lawyer by day and art collector, every other moment of her life. Ashley is committed to building her art collection, and we discuss how she does it. It’s a little bit of budgeting, a little bit of research, and a whole lot of passion for the work that she loves. We break down thing…
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What does it mean to belong? This question and other fascinating questions on belonging will be explored in season four of the music and peacebuilding podcast. Our topics will include musical reclamations, musical identities, the neuroscience of sound and belonging, the psychology of our emotional lives, belonging and refugee choirs, peacebuilding,…
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It’s always an honor to bring on one of the greats in Black art. We got Leroy Campbell joining the Studio Noize fam! Leroy has been an artist for 31 years, and his signature neckbone paintings can be seen worldwide. We talk about Leroy’s path to becoming an artist, from how he created his signature neck bone work to how he honors his culture and em…
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