Welcome listeners. I'm Bobby Barbour; just an unknown trying to get by. And being under the art world's radar, I understand other unknowns' frustrations.
Blind Date is an arts interview podcast. Each week I interview a new artist from the Louisville KY area, its sister cities, and beyond.
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Interviews are a lot like dates...and in some cases, blind dates.
Jeremy Clark : January 4th, 2017
Have you ever left a movie theater feeling like you just needed to drive around to reflect? Jeremy Clark and I were chatting before the interview about the movie Moonlight. He described it as one of those movies you just … Continue reading →
Andrew Cozzens : December 14th, 2016
Greetings listeners. Obviously, we all know what an hour is, and how long it takes-60 minutes. But what does it feel like? Could you judge an hour’s worth of time without a clock? Or does even the idea of distancing … Continue reading →
1619 Flux:Art + Activism : Oct 5th, 2016
Salutations Listeners. I think it’s fair to say that creatives have unique ways of looking at the world. And I feel like these perspectives lead them into activism, or at least form some kind of opinion on current affairs. Saying this, … Continue reading →
Ashley Brossart : September 6th, 2016
Howdy listeners. The other day I was thinking about how childhood memories, when looking back in retrospect, can be far more significant and formative than you once thought. For Ashley Brossart, one of those memories could be the mural her … Continue reading →
IamIs : August 3rd, 2016
Hello listeners. Recently I finished a book from the ‘Arcana‘ series. The specific volume I read was ‘Arcana V—music, magic, and mysticism.’ The book is full of essays on different creative processes based in some sort of magical method, philosophy, … Continue reading →
Girls Rock Louisville : July 6th, 2016
Hey listeners. Back in November 2014, I interviewed two women behind the local band Lady Pyramid. In the midst of the discussions, we talked about the first annual Louisville Outskirts Festival and Rockshops for Girls. If you haven’t heard of … Continue reading →