45 min

Creative Leadership: Baltimore by Baltimore Festival Impact Truth In This Art Podcast - Your Source for Conversations with Artists, Innovators & Cultural Leaders

    • Society & Culture

Dr. Sally J. Scott: Graduate Program Director of Community Leadership at University of Baltimore County.Dr. Joby Taylor: Director of the Shriver Peace Worker Program, Affiliate Faculty, League Literacy and Culture Advisor, and Instructor Community Leadership at UMBC.Leanna Wetmore: Creative Cultural Organizer with over a decade of experience in program design, environmental advocacy, strategic partnerships, and the Director of Events and Programs at Waterfront Partnership.

Dr. Sally J. Scott, Dr. Joby Taylor, and Leanna Wetmore discuss the Baltimore by Baltimore festival and its impact on the community. They highlight the importance of creativity in community leadership and the role of the festival in reimagining the Inner Harbor. They emphasize the need for authentic representation and inclusivity in the redevelopment of the harbor and the transformative potential of the festival in showcasing local talent and fostering a sense of pride in Baltimore.
In this edition:
Discover the vibrant spirit of Baltimore through the lens of "Baltimore by Baltimore," a captivating series of music and makers festivals that celebrate local talent while embodying the city's rich diversity and creativity.Dive into the profound impact of creativity as an essential human trait, exploring how it can be harnessed to envision and manifest positive transformations within communities.Join us in a thought-provoking discussion about the redevelopment of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where we'll explore the significance of empowering local entrepreneurs and social enterprises to foster an inclusive and authentic urban space.Explore the transformative power of "Baltimore by Baltimore" as we delve into its significant role in infusing joy, surprise, and pride within the community, creating an unforgettable experience for attendees.Immerse yourself in the larger movement reshaping Baltimore's identity, as we delve into how "Baltimore by Baltimore" stands as a driving force in the city's journey toward equity, vibrancy, and an inspiring urban landscape.Join us as we dive into the impact of Baltimore by Baltimore and how it's reimagining the Inner Harbor.
In addition, don't forget to check out the video version of this podcast on YouTube for an immersive visual experience of our engaging conversation. Join us as we dive deep into Baltimore's arts and culture community and gain a fresh perspective on the power of creativity and community leadership.
🎧🌟 Don't forget to rate and review this episode to support the best in podcasting! 🌟🎧

This program is supported (in part) by a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
If you have a story about art, culture, or community, share it with us at rob@thetruthinthisart.com for a chance to be featured on 'The Truth In This Art' podcast.
Follow The Truth In This Art on Twitter, Threads, IG, and Facebook @truthinthisart
Original music by Daniel Alexis Music with additional music from Chipzard.
Episode illustration by Alley Kid Art.
About "The Truth In This Art"
"The Truth In This Art," hosted by Rob Lee, is a podcast that explores the essence of creativity and its community impact, amplifying artists' voices and their profound stories.
Connect with me:
Website | Twitter | Instagram 
Support the show:
Merch from Redbubble | Make a Donation 


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Dr. Sally J. Scott: Graduate Program Director of Community Leadership at University of Baltimore County.Dr. Joby Taylor: Director of the Shriver Peace Worker Program, Affiliate Faculty, League Literacy and Culture Advisor, and Instructor Community Leadership at UMBC.Leanna Wetmore: Creative Cultural Organizer with over a decade of experience in program design, environmental advocacy, strategic partnerships, and the Director of Events and Programs at Waterfront Partnership.

Dr. Sally J. Scott, Dr. Joby Taylor, and Leanna Wetmore discuss the Baltimore by Baltimore festival and its impact on the community. They highlight the importance of creativity in community leadership and the role of the festival in reimagining the Inner Harbor. They emphasize the need for authentic representation and inclusivity in the redevelopment of the harbor and the transformative potential of the festival in showcasing local talent and fostering a sense of pride in Baltimore.
In this edition:
Discover the vibrant spirit of Baltimore through the lens of "Baltimore by Baltimore," a captivating series of music and makers festivals that celebrate local talent while embodying the city's rich diversity and creativity.Dive into the profound impact of creativity as an essential human trait, exploring how it can be harnessed to envision and manifest positive transformations within communities.Join us in a thought-provoking discussion about the redevelopment of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where we'll explore the significance of empowering local entrepreneurs and social enterprises to foster an inclusive and authentic urban space.Explore the transformative power of "Baltimore by Baltimore" as we delve into its significant role in infusing joy, surprise, and pride within the community, creating an unforgettable experience for attendees.Immerse yourself in the larger movement reshaping Baltimore's identity, as we delve into how "Baltimore by Baltimore" stands as a driving force in the city's journey toward equity, vibrancy, and an inspiring urban landscape.Join us as we dive into the impact of Baltimore by Baltimore and how it's reimagining the Inner Harbor.
In addition, don't forget to check out the video version of this podcast on YouTube for an immersive visual experience of our engaging conversation. Join us as we dive deep into Baltimore's arts and culture community and gain a fresh perspective on the power of creativity and community leadership.
🎧🌟 Don't forget to rate and review this episode to support the best in podcasting! 🌟🎧

This program is supported (in part) by a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
If you have a story about art, culture, or community, share it with us at rob@thetruthinthisart.com for a chance to be featured on 'The Truth In This Art' podcast.
Follow The Truth In This Art on Twitter, Threads, IG, and Facebook @truthinthisart
Original music by Daniel Alexis Music with additional music from Chipzard.
Episode illustration by Alley Kid Art.
About "The Truth In This Art"
"The Truth In This Art," hosted by Rob Lee, is a podcast that explores the essence of creativity and its community impact, amplifying artists' voices and their profound stories.
Connect with me:
Website | Twitter | Instagram 
Support the show:
Merch from Redbubble | Make a Donation 


★ Support this podcast ★

45 min

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