The Intersection Between Art and Science.
From Louie Schwartzberg and Moving Art – a Podcast bridging the realms of art and science through the stories and ideas that Louie has shared for decades.
Wonder & Awe sets the stage as Louie hosts a conversation about our natural world featuring guests from the world of art and from the world of science.
Louie Schwartzberg sits down with Lindsey Stirling, an American violinist, songwriter, and dancer. Schwartzberg and Stirling have worked together on many projects. During the episode, the two delve into topics like grief, pain, healing, and artistry.
Giuliana Furci & Nathalie Kelley
Louie Schwartzberg hosts Giuliana Furci, Founder of the Fungi Foundation and Nathalie Kelley, Actress, Activist, and Board Member of the Fungi Foundation to discuss the miraculous possibilities of fungi and the importance of discovery and conservation of fungal species.
Join Louie and Lisbeth Scott for a live musical performance and a discussion about how music has the ability to give us a sense of connection to something bigger. Scott is a singer and composer whose work has been discovered in Louie's own projects and is widely known across television and films including AVATAR, Iron Man 2, Concussion, The Chronicles of Narnia, Spiderman, HBO’s True Blood and much much more. She has collaborated with John Williams, Hans Zimmer, and James Horner just to name a few.
Kelly Noonan Gores & Adam Schomer
Louie is joined by filmmakers Kelly Noonan Gores and Adam Schomer from Netflix's HEAL Documentary, discussing inner strength, confronting fear, finding hope, and the power of choice.
Join us for an engaging conversation with Emmy-nominated TV personality, filmmaker and futurist, Jason Silva. Louie and Jason talk about being present, biomimicry, energy, connection, optimism, finding your truth, and healing.
David Bronner, Sheri Eckert, & Tom Eckert
Louie Schwartzberg explores the legalization and decriminalization of psilocybin. It is the launch of a real movement that has been driven by David Bronner of Dr Bronner's, and the architects of Oregon's Psilocybin Therapy legalization initiative, Tom & Sheri Eckert.