Welcome to the Culture Care Podcast.
In this audio space, we’re setting up a kintsugi-based workshop to name our fractures and to become students of ways of mending.
Seated around this workshop table are guests with a range of interests, stories, skills, experiences. They are artists, journalists, thinkers, professors, students, theologians, poets, musicians...all makers who are paving the way for a more generative and holistic world.
Each person brings something unique to the table –– their particular experience with brokenness, and finding their way toward healing.
Thanks for listening!
Light Through The Cracks - Epilogue
An Epilogue...and an Invitation.
Light Through The Cracks - Episode 7
In this finale of "Light Through The Cracks," the Culture Care team reflects on the conversations and discoveries made over the course of the season. We also dream and chat about what will be ahead in Season 2 of the Culture Care podcast.
Light Through The Cracks - Episode 6
Welcome back to part two of our conversation with Shann Ray. Our chat continues unpacking the themes of part one, considering forgiveness and restoration, and mending to make new.
Light Through The Cracks - Episode 5
How do we forgive each other? How do we make amends, both as individuals and as a collective? These questions and many more are at the heart of this episode, part one of a conversation with Shann Ray, a professor of leadership and forgiveness studies at Gonzaga University.
Light Through The Cracks - Episode 4
In this episode, Mako and Brianna chat with musician and composer Susie Ibarra, reflecting on the power of water sounds, our collective impact on our planet, and the transformative influence of listening on our well-being.
Light Through The Cracks - Episode 3
In this episode of the Culture Care Podcast, Brianna has a conversation with poet Christian Wiman about home, the loss of faith, finding new expressions of beliefs, and the relationship between poetry and prayer.
Culture, art, and faith in one place
There are many great podcasts on culture, art, and faith separately, but not all three...until now. Culture Care brings them together. I have read Mako’s books and have had many conversations with him on creativity, brokenness, faith, and culture care. I am excited that Mako, Brianna, and their guests will be sharing their conversations with us.
Where has this been all my life?
Thank you Makoto!!!
If you love beauty- listen to this podcast
I loved Mako’s book, and I’m excited to see what this podcast adds to the conversation.