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Musings of the Artist features meaningful conversations with all kinds of artists. Musicians, poets, photographers, and other creatives share their honest stories, touching on the duality of being creative - the pure joy of making art - but also the particular struggles that come with it. In speaking about vulnerability, many of these artists remind us that even though people can look like they have it all together on the surface, we all struggle. In each episode, Montse's guests share the c ...
 
Miami Based West-Indian DJ . Characterized by his Precision, Attention to Detail, Passion for Music and Infectious Hype, DJ Mickey is the perfect addition to your House Parties, Clubs, Fetes, Jouverts, Festivals & Carnivals. Master of Soca & Dancehall but never afraid to venture into any Genre. See what this Small Island Boy will do to your Stage, as he Reps Montserrat to the Fullest #664. For Bookings: bookdjmickey@gmail.com
 
In 2018, with Earth's destruction imminent, governments take decisive action, evacuating world leaders and relocating them to the International Moon Base. For a desperate population, confectionary giant Mars hastily organise a global raffle, offering seats on board self-sufficient, twin-manned interplanetary resettlement capsules ('recaps') in the hope of finding hospitable planets in far flung corners of the galaxy. Now mankind's very existence may depend on Mark Brenton and Christopher Bol ...
 
On Where We Meet, we share stories reflecting the human experience, weaving connections of space, place, land, and time from New Mexico and beyond. Thoughtful interviews and conversations about the richness of the histories, traditions, borders, art, movements of change, and beauty connected to New Mexico. Where We Meet comes from Taos Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico, and is supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations e ...
 
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On this show we hear from five people who agreed to lend their thoughts about Taos to TCA’s microphone. Joshua Aragon, Montserrat Oyanedel Tolmo, Ryan Brown, Ava Collignon and Sonya Vitalia Silva Baca. Each one of them has a singular relationship to Taos, having ancestral roots in this land or simply passing through. In sharing their perspective wi…
 
David Rocchio is an attorney, writer, and Emmy-nominated filmmaker. Through his organization, Stowe Story Labs, David provides opportunities for people to break into film, advance their work, and break down industry barriers. Stowe Story Labs is currently partnered with the New Mexico Film Office in launching a new training program for emerging New…
 
Since its inception in 1989, as the only independent Native women’s non-profit organization, Tewa Women United provides advocacy and prevention services to women and youth in the community. In this show, Executive Director, Dr. Corrine Sanchez speaks to healing, relation in action, releasing trauma, and how we end violence against women, girls, and…
 
Elinor Carucci is an Israeli-American Fine Art Photographer based in New York City. Her photographs are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art New York, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Houston Museum of Fine Art, among others. Her work has been published in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, W, Aperture, and many other public…
 
Since 1957, the Santa Fe Opera has drawn people from around the world to its adobe theater that overlooks the high desert landscape in northern New Mexico. This season at the Santa Fe Opera visitors can experience Carmen, The Barber of Seville, Falstaff, Tristan und Isolde, M. Butterfly, and the apprentice scenes. We hear from Tim Hill, the Directo…
 
Victoria Chang is a poet, writer and editor. Her new book of poetry is The Trees Witness Everything (2022). Her other books include Dear Memory: Letters on Writing, Silence and Grief (2021) and OBIT (2020). In this episode, we chat about collaboration in art, her wonderful and varied use of form in her writing, and her current role as poetry editor…
 
Dr. Philip Gonzales is a doctor in sociology at the University of New Mexico. Dr Gonzales’s work explores ethnic identities and politics that were experienced by Mexican descendants after 1848. Dr. Gonzales also explores what it means to be a “cultural citizen”, and how Nuevomexicanos expressed their ethnic identity post WWI.…
 
Roanna, or Rowie, Shebala is a Native American of the Dine (Navajo Tribe) and Shiwi (Zuni Tribe) writer, poet and performer. Shebala shares her intentionality in bringing native voices in spaces where they are not always heard. Shebala also reflects on her writing processes and the place of performance in her work.…
 
Anakeala Trujillo is a musician. In 2021, she put together an EP of 7 songs. Isabella O’Donnell Silfverberg is also a performing artist and an active community member. She is part of True Kids One and has participated in many events, leading conversations with local political figures. In this conversation, we reflect on places available for youth t…
 
Rupert Boyd and Laura Metcalf are partners in life and music as a dynamic guitar and cello duo. The couple arrange much of their repertoire themselves, drawing inspiration from artists across all genres. Boyd and Metcalf share their eclectic mix of musical arrangements from Debussy and Bach to Radiohead and Beyoncé in this episode recorded after a …
 
Three artists, Sarah Parker, a printmaker and digital artist, Jack Lorang, a musician, and Jai Knight, an interdisciplinary artist, reflect on the recent creation of The Lost Sunshine Cinema Collective. They share insights on the nature of the collective and the potential for collaboration and connection through art.…
 
Leo Vicenti is an enrolled member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation, who identifies creatively as a human, an artist, educator and visual communication designer. In this conversation, he reflects on his knowledge and work surrounding design.
 
David Fernandez de Taos is a writer and a participant in the spiritual, cultural, historical, and political aspects of life in Taos and beyond. As a Native Taos New Mexican, with both Spanish and Navajo family heritage, he is interested in the advancement of the spiritual and conciliation among the cultures and peoples of the Northern Rio Grande re…
 
Dr. Liz Przybylski is as ethnographer and a interdisciplinary scholar of popular music, specializing in hip hop practices in Canada and the United States, with a focus on Indigenous popular music. She is an Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of California, Riverside. Her 2020 book, Hybrid Ethnography: Online, Offline, and In B…
 
Dr. Lillian Gorman is a researcher, Spanish heritage language learner and teacher, and a proud Chicana and Nuevomexicana from Albuquerque. In this conversation, we speak with her about language, pride within Spanish heritage language learning, language and identity in northern New Mexican families, and the dialogue between nuevomexicanos and other …
 
Anita Rodriguez is a mother, a painter, a construction worker, an enjarradora, and a writer from Taos. In this conversation, cultural representation, historic trauma and community work all play a part in informing the understanding of the current Northern New Mexican culture.
 
Tomas van Houtryve is a Paris based artist, photographer and filmmaker whose major works interweave investigative journalism, philosophy and metaphor. One of van Houtryve’s latest works confronts America’s collective historic amnesia, bringing stories of the “Far West”, that are often untold, to the light. The conversation with Tomas van Houtryve e…
 
Joanna Keane Lopez is a multidisciplinary artist whose work brings together large scale installation, adobe architecture and sculpture as a reimagining of landscape and place. By working with materials of adobe, alíz, paper and natural dyes her practice acts to address conceptions of sculpture in engagement with land.…
 
Delinda VanneBrightyn is the President of Taos Search and Rescue. For almost 20 years, she has been helping find missing persons and strengthening the structure of the organization itself. She shares her expertise on the rescue process and her unique understanding of dogs as working companions.
 
Melissa Febos is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, Whip Smart, and the essay collections, Abandon Me and Girlhood. Her craft book, Body Work: The Radical Power of Personal Narrative, will be published on March 15th. In this episode, Melissa and I chat about her wonderful book Body Work. We talk about writing as a spiritual practice (an…
 
Bianca Manuelita Encinias’ research addresses and deconstructs inaccurate historical images, perspectives, and interpretations of Mestiza, Mexican, Spanish, and Nuevamexicana women from northeastern New Mexico in the field of planning. She is the owner of El Chante: Casa de Cultura, a community gathering space in Albuquerque, New Mexico with an emp…
 
David Hilliard is a fine art photographer based in Boston. He received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art, and his MFA from Yale University. Through the use of diptychs and triptychs, his beautiful work documents his life and the lives of those around him. In this episode, David talks about his life in photography and how his love of theater…
 
Sandy Rodriguez is a Los Angeles-based artist and researcher. Her Codex Rodriguez-Mondragón is made up of a collection of maps and paintings about the intersections of history, social memory, contemporary politics, and cultural production. The series pays homage to Indigenous artists and the history of migration between the Americas and raises awar…
 
Fernando A. Flores is a writer based in Austin, TX. His books include the collection Death to the Bullshit Artists of South Texas, the novel Tears of the Trufflepig, and his upcoming book is Valleyesque. In this episode, Fernando and I talked all about the ups and downs of the creative life, on living between cultures, the difference between writin…
 
Street Safe is an all-volunteer, non-profit striving to reduce the harmful consequences associated with life on the street. Most of the women served have been victims of sex-trafficking, while others have struggled with homelessness and addiction. Please note that this episode contains depictions of violence that some people may find disturbing or …
 
Michael Kleber-Diggs is a poet, essayist, and literary critic. His debut poetry collection Worldly Things was published last year and he is also a contributor to the book There’s a Revolution Outside, My Love: Letters from a Crisis. Michael teaches creative writing through the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop and at colleges and high schools in Mi…
 
Dr. Christine Ami is a Diné College Associate Professor in the School of Business and Social Sciences where she teaches Indigenous Research Methodologies, Ethnographic Methods, and Indigenous Anthropology classes. Her dissertation is titled “Díí jí nída’iil’ah : A Study of Traditional Navajo Butchering.” She recently received a National Endowment f…
 
Alejandro Jimenez is a formerly-undocumented immigrant, poet, writer, educator, and distance runner from Colima, Mexico. He lives in Santa Fe, NM and his work centers around cultural identity, immigrant narratives, masculinity, memory, and the intersections of these themes.
 
Virginia Grise, Adela Licona and Kemi Sijuwade-Ukadike in conversation with Colette LaBouff explore the following questions: what is possible beyond the play, how to make art accessible to audiences, what should administrative support for artists look like, and what is art in the time of diminishing democracy? Finally, how do all these questions re…
 
Nikesha Breeze, a multidisciplinary artist, shares their recent visual and performing work. From a collaborative performance in Blackdom, New Mexico, to a collection of paintings, Breeze’s latest works center Black bodies, where Black pasts become re-informed by Black futures.
 
Janelle Lynch is a New York-based artist whose images reveal an inquiry into themes of connection, presence, and transcendence. She uses an 8x10-inch view camera, and her recent work is deeply informed by her training in perceptual drawing and painting. Janelle’s photographs are in many private and public collections, including The Metropolitan Mus…
 
Jill Andrews is a musician and songwriter living in Nashville. Her EP "Ellen" was released this fall. In this episode Jill and I chat about the perils and gifts of being highly sensitive, moving out of our 30s, art-making, and more. Plus, find out the book Jill would like to put in people’s stockings! This episode was audio produced by Aaron Moring…
 
Daisy Hernández is a writer and cultural activist. She is the author of the award-winning memoir "A Cup of Water Under My Bed" and coeditor of "Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today's Feminism". Her latest book is "The Kissing Bug: A True Story of an Insect, a Family and a Nation's Neglect of a Deadly Disease". In this episode, we have a wid…
 
My guest is Natasha Grey. She was announced as the candidate for constituency #1 for the People’s Action Movement on St. Kitts. Find out more about this young lady who had to leave school at age 15 (but successfully completed her studies) Gave birth to a child at age 16. She decided she will not give up and allow anyone to make her feel less than. …
 
Aline Smithson is a visual artist, editor, and educator based in Los Angeles. She is also the Founder and Editor- in-Chief of Lenscratch, a daily journal on photography. In this conversation, Aline talks about her trajectory to fine art photography: from painter, to fashion editor to photographer. We discuss roadblocks and fear, long-term projects,…
 
The Blue Table Oct 18. Tonight @ The Blue Table. Two Anguillians are at The Blue Table to discuss it all. Talk about holding a government accountable? Then you must listen. Do they plan to run for office? You'll find out. You wil hear their thoughts on the Commission Of Inquiry in the British Virgin Islands. Josephine Gumbs Connor and Mitch Lake- A…
 
The Blue Table 09-21-21 Mervin breaks down the latest news. Prime Minister Gaston Browne, A man on a mission to save Antigua & Barbuda. The people of St. Kitts and Nevis have so much to be proud of. 38 years as an Independent nation. These and more at The Blue Table With Mervin Hanley.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mervin--hanley/suppo…
 
The Blue Table 09-13-21. Leader of the Nevis Reformation Party, Dr. Janice Daniel-Hodge, is at The Blue Table With Mervin Hanley. Tonight we will discuss what makes her the better representative for St. James. What will make her a better Premier. The Covid-19 pandemic is a headache for leaders at this time; why would she want to do this? Find out T…
 
Emily Bernard is an author and professor. She holds a B.A. and Ph. D. in American Studies from Yale University. Her most recent book is the essay collection Black is the Body: Stories from My Grandmother’s Time, My Mother’s Time, and Mine. In this wide-ranging conversation, Emily speaks on motherhood, fear, forgiveness, rejecting shame and staying …
 
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