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The arts community is diverse, vibrant, and vital. Connected is a podcast where the directors of Side Street Studio Arts have conversations with members of the local, regional, and national arts community discussing their work, trends in the arts, life, and how despite our differences we are all Connected. Join us each Wednesday for a new episode. Interviews may contain adult language and themes.
 
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SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with creative Lindsay Johnson, whose work is current featured in the Gallery at Side Street in Deep Waters, Johnson's first-ever solo exhibition. Artist mother and educator, Lindsay Johnson constructed narrative works on panels with acrylic, photographs, or found material to reconstruct moments…
 
Four members of Elgin's newly emerging Social Justice Collective, Councilman Corey Dixon, Amanda Harris, Dr. Rise' Jones, and Paige Roeber join SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg to discuss the obstacles and inspirations that are emerging from their Making Space project, which was developed in response to Elgin's Black Lives Matter pr…
 
SSSA Assistant Director, Ivette De Santiago, sits down with Florida based artist Kelsey Wilkerson to discuss her art practice and her journey of self re-discovery during the pandemic. Kelsey discusses how she went from working in a busy Manhattan office to taking the office with her through out several cities in Florida, including onto a boat. She …
 
Side Street Founder and Executive Director and Going Dutch Festival Artistic Director Erin Rehberg talks with Chicago-based dance artist Sophie Allen, who is one of two 2021 Going Dutch Festival Artists-in-Residence. The festival, a celebration of the female voice in the arts, will be held in and around downtown Elgin in June, and Allen will be per…
 
SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks to her musical family with roots in the Elgin area music scene. Melva Rehberg Schultz Swigart and Bob Swigart talk about growing up with music, the scene and artists from "back in the day", and how they are still evolving their artistic practices today in Arizona. They take us from The Village …
 
SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with Chicago-based artist Raúl Ortiz who will be featured in the Gallery at Side Street Studio Arts during the month of May. The two discuss his identification as a "late bloomer" in the art world, his range of influences from his mother to black and white movies, and what the audience can expe…
 
Nick has a conversation with actor, writer, vlogger, and YouTube personality, Vickie Eisenstein. They talk about her journey from Chicago to Korea to Chicago to LA, her training at The Second City, and Who’s On First. You can learn more about Vickie on her Facebook Page, https://www.facebook.com/VickieComedyPage and see her videos at https://www.yo…
 
Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with Rachel Elizabeth Maley the creator of Still Life Meditation, a center for meditation and self-inquiry in downtown Elgin, IL. The two revisit Rachel's time as Artist-in-Residence at Side Street, creative practice and process, and Rachel's work in and exploration of meditation.…
 
Nick has a conversation with Patrick Harrington, one of the hosts of the podcast, Ghostly. They discuss the show, devout fan followings, what makes good improv, and the importance of libraries. You can listen to ghostly at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ghostly/id1437101570 And you can learn more about the show at https://ghostlypodcast.com/…
 
Side Street founder and executive director Tanner Melvin talks with Kevin Krak, Founder and Chief Music Officer at Rochaus music venue in West Dundee. Kevin and Tanner discuss the storied history of the building, how COVID19 has impacted the live music scene, as well as wax poetic about the future of live music as we hope and dream. Fingers crossed…
 
SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with Dr. Rise' Jones co-founder and Executive Director Hamilton Wings, a non-profit organization that uses the arts as a vehicle for promoting leadership, self-development, and achievement. The two bond over being only children, setting limits, and shared Elgin childhood experiences, and they d…
 
Join us this week as Ivette De Santiago and Adrian Mesino have a very long conversation about pretty much everything. Adrian is a local Elgin artist and illustrator and talks about his idea of creating an internet alter ego and how he plans on using social media to achieve his goal. Bear with us as we encounter several technical difficulties that o…
 
Assistant Director Nick Mataragas interviews Foley artist, Ele Matelan. They discuss the history and name origins of Foley work and it’s almost alchemical way of creating sounds, the parallels of horror and comedy, stabbing melons, showmanship, the Chicago theatre scene, and the entertainment shutdown. Apologies to how geeked out Nick gets. Apparen…
 
SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with Amanda Harris, Assistant to the City Manager for Special Projects and the Arts for the City of Elgin. The two long-time friends and collaborators talk about Amanda's path to Elgin, the start of Side Street, the joys and frustrations of working within a government structure, and staying cre…
 
SSSA Founder and Executive Director Erin Rehberg talks with the Elgin Symphony Orchestra's new Executive Director Erik Malmquist about growing up in music in the Fox Valley and an artistic journey that took him far far away and back home again. The two discuss the frustrations and the beauty of the legacies of classical music and the ESO.…
 
Side Street founder and executive director Tanner Melvin chats with Grant Knutson, Founder and Managing Director of Minion Productions, a Seattle-based nonprofit which helps independent artists develop, produce, fundraise, and tour their productions. Minion also works to consult with performers on the business side of the arts, creating a community…
 
Nick interviews Andrew and Tony Massih, the owners of Cairo Ale House in West Chicago. When everything was shut down in March of 2020, Cairo was saved by an outpouring of support from musicians and comedians in the community. In the interview they discuss the beauty and struggle of being producers, the fight for survival during COVID-19, and where …
 
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