Think, make, do. CultureRich is a podcast in which we highlight and celebrate the cultural contributions of people in our own backyards…and beyond.
CultureRich Podcast: Landscape Design with Marcy Huffaker-November 2019
Marcy Huffaker, Half-Aker Landscape Designs, Baraboo, WI, tells how she started in landscape design, and considerations when designing landscape projects.
Serious About Music with Jerry Stich-October 2019
Host Joan Wheeler talks with UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County Professor Emeritus Jerry Stich, who describes his life in music, from high school days in Madison, Wisconsin to the 26-piece Big Band he currently directs, the jazz orchestra in which he plays trombone, and the annual slate of summer Concerts on the Square he organizes. For 50 years he has been a musical fixture in Baraboo, teaching, directing, performing, and promoting the playing and appreciation of music by people of all ages.
Improv Institute with Scott Rawson
In this episode of the CultureRich Podcast, host Joan Wheeler talks with Scott Rawson, the founder, trainer, and director of Baraboo's Improv Institute. Scott tells how the group developed as an offshoot of CAB Theatre, also known as the Creative Alliance of Baraboo.
Preserving Circus History with Peter Shrake - June 2019
In this episode of the CultureRich Podcast, host Joan Wheeler talks with Peter Shrake, Archivist and Collections Manager at Circus World Museum. Circus World Museum holds the largest collection of records pertaining to the American Circus in the United States. Peter tells about his work with the collection and how the Circus World collection is used by collectors, historians, and just plain folks.
The Art of Anne Horjus - May 2019
In the inaugural episode of the CultureRich Podcast, host Joan Wheeler introduces her library co-worker, Anne Horjus, who describes his background as an artist, his current art projects, and the Renaissance techniques he used to illustrate his latest book project.