52 min

Episode 56, ACT 2: James C. Horton - Arm Yourself With Hope Teaching Artistry with Courtney J. Boddie

    • Arts

What is it that drives you? What is the impact you want to have on the world? Those are the questions that are central to the heart of the conversation featured in the second part of our episode featuring James C. Horton.

In Act 2 of Episode 56: “Arm Yourself with Hope,” Courtney and James’s conversation segues from the meaning of family and finding connection to the arts to the impact of the arts. This is where we learn much more about James’s career trajectory, a path which led him to a position at Carnegie Hall and then the Museum of the City of New York, where he was at the time of this recording. One of the most meaningful parts of this conversation focuses on James’s work with incarcerated youth, using the arts as a pathway to process trauma. You won’t want to miss Courtney and James’s thoughtful conversation about supporting human healing through trauma-informed arts practices and amplifying the voices of those who are often marginalized, ignored or criminalized. Be sure to check out Act 2 of Episode 56: “Arm Yourself with Hope” wherever you get your podcasts!

What is it that drives you? What is the impact you want to have on the world? Those are the questions that are central to the heart of the conversation featured in the second part of our episode featuring James C. Horton.

In Act 2 of Episode 56: “Arm Yourself with Hope,” Courtney and James’s conversation segues from the meaning of family and finding connection to the arts to the impact of the arts. This is where we learn much more about James’s career trajectory, a path which led him to a position at Carnegie Hall and then the Museum of the City of New York, where he was at the time of this recording. One of the most meaningful parts of this conversation focuses on James’s work with incarcerated youth, using the arts as a pathway to process trauma. You won’t want to miss Courtney and James’s thoughtful conversation about supporting human healing through trauma-informed arts practices and amplifying the voices of those who are often marginalized, ignored or criminalized. Be sure to check out Act 2 of Episode 56: “Arm Yourself with Hope” wherever you get your podcasts!

52 min

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