Truth in this Art is a storytelling series hosted by cultural curator Rob Lee. Truth In This Art documents the vibrancy and development of arts and culture.
DJ Scottie B
In this episode of the truth in this art, Rob Lee is in conversation with DJ Scottie. DJ Scottie B - co-founder of the all-important Baltimore club label Unruly Records - was one of firm facilitators of the rise of Baltimore Club as we know it today.
In this episode of the truth in this art, Rob Lee is in conversation with Nia June. Nia June is a Baltimore native, published poet, filmmaker, performer, dancer, arts educator, and author of Paper Trails of the Undying. In 2020, she was recognized by Baltimore Magazine as Best Poet of Baltimore.
Rob Lee welcomes Joe Tropea on to Truth In This Art Podcast. Joe Tropea is a public historian, filmmaker and curator at a history musuem.
Rob Lee welcomes Ron Cassie on to Truth In This Art Podcast. Ron Cassie is a senior editor at Baltimore magazine, winning national magazine awards for his work around climate change, the opioid epidemic, and the death of Freddie Gray.
Rob Lee welcomes Keona Tranby on to Truth In This Art Podcast. Keona Tranby is the director of marketing and communications for the American Craft Council.
Rob Lee welcomes DJ Sun on to Truth In This Art Podcast. Originally from Baltimore, DJ-SUN is an open format dj/producer who works on the stage, in the club and in the studios across the country.
Rob is a great host. He has very down to earth conversations with everyday Baltimore creatives.
Authentic, Curious and Relevant
Rob is an incrdible host. His ability to dig into the authenticity of Baltimore is exactly what this city needs. He challenges his guests to speak their truth. Highly recommend this Pod.
Amazing at best
Rob captures Baltimore for you in every interview … He is the unofficial face of B More .
-JR from WV Uncommonplace