Displaying episodes 61 - 90 of 136 in total

BG Purcell of Mouth Party Caramel

Welcome To Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with BG Purcell founder/captain of Mouth Party Caramel. Mouth Party Caramel is a local confectioner that manufactures handmade, gourmet soft caramels that we believe transcend all expectations.

Allie Smith of Bramble Baking Co

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode's guest is Allie Smith, owner of Bramble Baking Co. Bramble Baking Co. is a small-batch bakery based in Baltimore, MD. Founded in 2017 as a very small, pie-centric endeavor, Bramble has since grown into a wholesale and pop-up operation serving all sorts of treats at our area farmer’s market and numerous cafes. Bramble focuses on using seasonal and local ingredients to create cakes, pies, and pastries that are at once nostalgic and new, and their menu offerings change frequently to reflect this. The farms Bramble partners with not only grow food, but flowers too, and Bramble take great joy in bringing natural dyes and botanical decoration to their work.

Aladrian Wetzel and Christen Cromwell of Two Strikes Theatre Collective

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking to Aladrian Wetzel & Christen Cromwell of The Two Strikes Theatre Collective.

Michelle McHugh

I have the pleasure of speaking with Michelle McHugh. Michelle is a singer and quality assurance/quality control manager for a local brewery. In this podcast we discuss Michelle's experience as a quality assurance and quality control manager for a local brewery. We learn about the science and process that goes into developing a good craft beer. Additionally, we discuss Michelle's background as a classically trained singer and how surprisingly her day job has helped he book singing gigs. Lastly, we discuss Michelle's love of wrestling and breakdown her top WWE wrestlers. In this conversation we discuss beer and balancing ones creative pursuits while working a day job.

Ky Vassor

This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist artist Ky Vassor. Ky Vassor is an interdisciplinary Baltimore based artist, currently focusing on mixed media projects with a heavy emphasis on illustration. The aim of their work is to bridge the often wide gap in accessibility to academic texts, Black history, and reflection on queer voices, stirring viewers to seek more information.

Christlyn McCaskill

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist & art therapist Christlyn McCaskill. Christlyn is trauma-informed art therapist and counselor practicing in Baltimore, Maryland. Christlyn has experience working with both adults and adolescents with various diagnoses in varying settings to include military hospitals, inpatient hospitals, day programs and trauma clinics. -- source *** If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words. Follow MTR Podcasts: Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcasts Instagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

Justin Winkel of The Winkel Gallery

Justin Winkel is a self-taught artist and gallery owner from Maryland. As an Abstract Artist, Justin works in a variety of mediums with the use of bold colors & texture. For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribe Sign up for our email newsletter at newsletter Follow MTR Podcasts: Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcasts Instagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

Teri Henderson

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with curator & writer Teri Henderson.

Jerome Chester

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with illustrator, painter, graphic designer, muralist, and much more, he is a self-proclaimed renaissance man, Jerome Chester.

Will Watson

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist Will Watson. 

Angela N. Carroll

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist-archivist & writer Angela N. Carroll.

Joy Davis

Joy Davis is the director of Waller Gallery and Manager of Adult and Community Programs at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. She founded Waller Gallery in 2018.

Xavier Gibson

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist Xavier Gibson

Antonio Baines of Jerk Werks

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I interview Antonio Baines of Jerk Werks.

Vinny Green of Taharka Brothers

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with event director Vinny Green of Taharka Brothers.

Butch Dawson

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. Butch Dawson is a versatile underground artist from West Baltimore, MD. Butch is a rapper, producer and visionary. Check out his latest projects and 'Flood It Out'.

Chef Jasmine Norton of The Urban Oyster

I have the pleasure of speaking with Chef Jasmine Norton the executive chef & owner of The Urban Oyster .

Kondwani Fidel

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode's guest is writer, spoken word artist, and speaker Kondwani Fidel.

Thomas James of The Creative Alliance

In this episode, I interview Thomas James, curator, arts facilitator, critic and Visual Arts Director for Creative Alliance. We discuss his new exhibition BRIGHT.

Dr. Joanne Martin of The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum, Inc.

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode's guest is the co-founder and president of The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum, Inc. Dr. Joanne Martin.

Slum Paradise

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Slum Paradise.

Pat Illes of Mount Royal Soaps

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Pat Illes of Mount Royal Soap Co.

Saz Ross

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode I have the pleasure of speaking with artist Saz Ross. Saz Ross is a Latin illustrator, educator, and speaking coach residing in Baltimore City with a bachelor's and master's degree in Art Education.

Jeff Carter Jr of Dough Boy Fresh Pretzel Co

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with owner of Dough Boy Fresh Pretzel Co Jeffrey Carter Jr. 

Reed Bmore

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with street artist Reed Bmore.  Reed Bmore is Baltimore street artist who's focus is the medium wire. For the past five years, Reed has been bending wire into all sorts of characters and hanging them from power lines and light poles in his home city of Baltimore, Maryland and elsewhere across the country. In many ways, he’s a pioneer.  But Reed is also a pioneer in his devotion to street art as a medium for self-expression, creativity, and community involvement and improvement. (source)   ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribe (Photos by Eric Dale and Conrad Benner.)Sign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr  

Arli Lima of Arli's Appetite

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art! On this episode I'm interviewing editor-in-chief Arli's Appetite and public relations guru Arli Lima.  Arli’s Appetite is a food, drink and lifestyle blog created by a former bartender and food enthusiast.  Arli’s Appetite firmly believes that food is natural nourishment for your body and cocktails are an added bonus to enhance a good time.   This site features, restaurant reviews, cocktail recipes, fashion posts, event recaps and a bevy of other things related to happy eating and happier drinking. ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribeSign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

Rico Connolly

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with artist Rico Connolly.  Joseph “Rico” Connolly is a self-taught Maryland-based film photographer, musician (under the pseudonym “a brisk breeze”), and freelance graphic designer. He's been making music and taking photos since 2012. ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribeSign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

Ian Rashkin of The Baltimore Jazz Alliance

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with musician & president of the Baltimore Jazz Alliance Ian Rashkin.  Ian Rashkin is a bassist, composer, and software engineer, transplanted to Baltimore from California and Seattle. From screaming in a teenage punk band to a degree in classical bass at the University of Washington, Ian has played all sorts of music  from East to West coasts and as far off as Russia and Korea, but currently plays primarily jazz with trio Mike 'n' Ike and other local artists. Since 2016 Ian has served as president of the board of the Baltimore Jazz Alliance, a non-profit organization founded in 2003 to support and promote the jazz scene in the Baltimore area. This all-volunteer, member-based organization publishes a newsletter and website with a calendar of all regional jazz events, and presents programs ranging from Baltimore Jazz Fest, Jazz for Kids, and Baltimore Jazz Conference. Until Covid hit, Ian ran a very successful jazz jam session at Germano's Piattini in Little Italy, and currently hides out with a mask and gloves practicing and writing music. His piece Wood Moths, for viola, cello, bass, and dancers, will be premiered online ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribeSign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

Codetta Bake Shop

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with founder and chief baker Sumayyah Bilal of Codetta Bake Shop. "At Codetta Bake Shop, we aim to be Baltimore’s premier dessert provider for generations to come. We have combined 15 years of baking experience with truly quality ingredients, perfect execution, and endless creativity. This has left us with a line of products that is unmatched and ever-changing. Our menu is constantly growing and adapting to the needs of our customers and the interests and desires of our baking team. We draw inspiration from all corners of the culinary world as well from our own whimsical curiosity and love of experimentation. There is essentially no idea for a product or flavor that a customer can bring to us that we won’t try. We named our company Codetta Bake Shop because it encompasses the two greatest passions of our founder and baker-in-chief, Sumayyah Bilal, music and baking. Codetta is a musical term that means “little coda”. It is the concluding musical section that puts an exclamation point on the main piece, in the same way a stunning dessert finishes off a meal. " ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribeSign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr  

Vinnie Hager

Welcome to Getting To The Truth In This Art. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with artist Vinnie Hager.  Vinnie Hager is a Maryland-based artist and designer. From a young age his mother surrounded him with vibrant works of art adorning the walls of his childhood home. This early exposure to all kinds of art coupled with jazz influences came from his mother and worked in tandem with his father's knack for mechanical workings. This inspired him to develop his own style and in 2011 he began pursuing his own artistic vision. Vinnie is currently attending MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art, for a Bachelors Degree of General Fine Arts while also pursing his personal artistic endeavors.   ***If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It really makes a difference and it's always nice to read kind words.For the full list of podcasts be sure to subscribeSign up for our email newsletter at newsletterFollow MTR Podcasts:Twitter: twitter.com/mtrpodcastsInstagram: instagram.com/bmoreartsmtr

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