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A podcast that talks with artists and cultural workers whose work is at the intersections of Art, Culture, Community and Social Justice.

Art at the Intersections Joe T.

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A podcast that talks with artists and cultural workers whose work is at the intersections of Art, Culture, Community and Social Justice.

    Episode 3 with Ebony Noelle Golden

    Episode 3 with Ebony Noelle Golden

    In this episode we talk with Ebony Noelle Golden about the necessity of integrating art, culture, and social justice. Gentrification, Migration, Cultural Emancipation, and her new performance piece 125th and Freedom: A Choreopoetic Ritual.

    For tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/125th-freedom-a-choreopoetic-ritual-performance-tickets-37105957919#tickets

    Art at the Intersections
    Twitter: @AATI28

    Ebony Golden:
    Twitter: Bettysdaughter1
    Website: www.Bettysdaughterarts.com

    Joe T.
    Twitter: @_JoeT
    Website: www.TheJoeT.com

    • 41 min
    Episode Two with Linda Parris-Bailey

    Episode Two with Linda Parris-Bailey

    In episode two, we talk with award winning playwright Linda Parris-Bailey who is the Executive/Artistic Director of The Carpetbag Theatre, Inc. We discuss the Black Theatre tradition and the role of art and community organizing.

    To learn more about the Carpetbag Theatre:
    Website: www.CarpetbagTheatre.org
    Facebook: The Carpetbag Theatre
    Twitter @CarpetbagInc

    • 1 hr
    Episode One with Joshua Rashaad McFadden

    Episode One with Joshua Rashaad McFadden

    On episode one of Art at the Intersections we talk with photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden, who is currently based in Atlanta, about his work and how it intersects with community and social justice. To learn more about his work you can visit:
    Website: www.JoshuaRashaad.com
    Twitter: @Joshua_Rashaad
    Facebook Page: Joshua Rashaad McFadden

    To connect with Art at the Intersections you can follow our twitter @AATI28.

    Music: Can't Get Enough produced by Mike Miller and performed by Joe T.

    • 33 min

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