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From Chapman University in Orange County California, Catalyst gives listeners a chance to learn about the Creative Industries through conversations with individuals from a wide array of backgrounds who are working in CI all over the globe. Hear how CI is influencing the public and private sector alike, and how local influences shape a region’s creative landscape. Hosts and CI ‘s biggest fans, Taryn Stroop and Shannon Halverson-Gorajia explore CI in the 21st century highlighting the people, p ...
 
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There are a lot of crazy theories out there, but Tony Katz stumbled across quite a unique one. There is an individual in Georgia who is trying to stick it to the establishment by encouraging people to not vote in the run off election in Georgia. Seems a bit counterproductive to Tony Katz. He and Kurt Schlichter discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
The IU Student Government hosted a virtual event with Hong Kong activist and Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Joshua Wong. Wong is known for his fight fro freedom in Hong Kong and Chinese students were upset saying the conversation "advocates terrorism." See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Sidney Powell's time on the Trump legal team didn't last long. Only three days after holding a press conference to update the public on lawsuits concerning the election, Sidney Powell was shown the door. After making allegations of bribery against Gov. Kemp of Georgia, the Trump legal team announced that Mrs. Powell was no longer on the team. Tony …
 
Police enter a gym facility in Buffalo, NY because masks were not being required. The owners had enough saying they need to leave and get a warrant and their job isn't to worry about the owner's health. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Tony Katz
 
In an opinion piece published by the Washington Post, Gov. Eric Holcomb along with six other governors, urge people to stay home this thanksgiving. “As hard as it will be to not see them this Thanksgiving, imagine how much harder it would be if their chairs are empty next year,” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
All of the hosts and interviewers you’ll hear from for the rest of this season are Chapman students who have completed the Podcasting class, which is just one of the topics offered through the Center for Creative and Cultural Industries course: 304-Creative and Cultural Industries in Practice. In class, we focus on the relationship between theory a…
 
Catalyst Season Four, Part two sees Ryan Haley, taking over host duties. Ryan, currently the co-host of three independent podcasts, and producer of an additional two, has also written and taught several podcasting workshops with his podcasting partner, and Chapman University Alum, Mike Gravagno. He is also teaches CCI 304 for the CCI Minor Program,…
 
In this special series, Dr Shira Klein dispels some powerful myths about the Jews of Italy. What was Jewish life like under Fascism? How did the Holocaust unfold in Italy? Uncover the story of the world’s oldest Jewish minority. In this concluding episode, Dr. Klein examines why even Jews exculpated Italy. Travel back in time to nineteenth-century …
 
In this special series, Dr Shira Klein dispels some powerful myths about the Jews of Italy. What was Jewish life like under Fascism? How did the Holocaust unfold in Italy? Uncover the story of the world’s oldest Jewish minority. In Part 1 we listened to what happened in Italy. Now listen to find out what people say happened. Oddly, Italy has gone d…
 
In this special series, Dr Shira Klein dispels some powerful myths about the Jews of Italy. What was Jewish life like under Fascism? How did the Holocaust unfold in Italy? Uncover the story of the world’s oldest Jewish minority. In this episode learn about Italy and the Jews in World War II. What did the Holocaust look like in Italy, and who were i…
 
A self-described bookworm, Gustavo Arellano spent his childhood at the Anaheim Public Library where he fell in love with classic works such as The Catcher in the Rye and The Importance of Being Earnest, and the surrealist poetry of the Beats. Influenced by jocular treasures such as Mad Magazine and In Loving Color, Gustavo shares how he discovered …
 
It is almost as if artist Brian Singer is riding a giant pendulum through the chapters of his life. One moment he is managing a communication design team at corporate giant Facebook, but the next time you see him he is orchestrating a public-space art installation highlighting the plight of homelessness in his city of San Francisco. His work stands…
 
Did you know public archaeology was a thing? We certainly didn’t, not until we sat down for a chat with Chapman Creative Industries Professor Jamie Larkin and his fellow alumnus and friend, Paul Burtenshaw of Sustainable Preservation Initiative. Neither of these accomplished men began their education with a clear idea of where they would end up. Th…
 
When exploring the creative and cultural industries, it can be overwhelming just how diverse and far-reaching yet intertwined the concepts and real world applications can be. Succinct examples of CCI can consequently be challenging to represent well. It might be easier just to have a conversation with our first guest this season, Mr. Raul Guzman. A…
 
Since 2014 fans of history and Hollywood, and darn good writing, have enjoyed the delectable You Must Remember This podcast - a tasty treat for those with a craving for stories from a bygone era - the Golden Age of Hollywood. In You Must Remember This, Karina Longworth has created a successful podcast for exploring the “secret and/or forgotten hist…
 
Have you ever been really good at something and thought I wish I could do this for a living? Conversely, have you ever been really good at something but then decided to walk away from it? Our lives are filled with hard choices almost from the time we start to make choices. But the decision of what you are going to do, what your career is going to b…
 
There are times in life when one realizes that they have come full circle from whence they started. A child who grew up with a father in film production, Sorrel purposefully chose a path that would lead her away from that industry. However, the stops of life and career she made along the way, including working for the Olympic committee, and in even…
 
We’ve all been there. You are on a trip, you have a finite amount of time and money, but souvenirs are expected and so this keychain of a cartoon pig on a Ferris Wheel will have to do. But what if you actually found a place that highlighted local artists and artisans from the city you were visiting. What if the things in that shop were affordable. …
 
Leaving the small town for the big city, seeing the world, doing the job you are passionate about. This life is one that Photographer Taea Thale embarked upon almost 20 years ago…er, well not quite 20, let’s not focus on the number! Taea followed her dreams to New York, becoming a well-respected photographer, with a client list that includes The Ne…
 
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