A podcast about creativity, community and collaboration.
15: TEDxEvansville Takeover
Nick and Matt are joined by Heather McNabb, Leslie Eades and Zac Parsons to discuss the origins of TEDxEvansville, how they each got involved, why they think it’s important for our community, and the future of the event.
TEDxEvansville websiteTEDxEvansville on FacebookTEDxEvansville on InstagramTEDx YouTube channel
The whole Courthouse Creative Cooperative team check in with each other on day 60 of their remote living and working situations during this historic COVID 19 pandemic. We discuss what we’ve been up to, how we’ve been affected both personally and professionally and what we’ve been binge watching.
Covid-19 Crisis Response Fund of the Greater Evansville Region Facebook pageChris’s video for the response fundFeed Evansville Facebook pageYoung & Established Facebook page
Matt and Rachel welcome in important changemakers DeAndre Wilson of Turn Table, LLC and Keep Rolling Campaign and Tori Chapman and Ryan Herring owners of Vegan Eats & Treats into the studio to have a conversation about public space, entrepreneurship, stereotypes and opportunities in regard to race and culture in Evansville.
Chris is joined by fellow filmmakers Dave Docimo, Matthew Martin, Toby Hitchcock and Thomas Bernardin to discuss how they got into the industry, how it’s changed, working with clients, the term “videographer,” and their love of narrative filmmaking, documentaries and storytelling in general.
Wavelength FilmsWavelength Films on InstagramDave Docimo on InstagramMatthew Martin on InstagramHitchcock VisualsHitchcock Visuals on InstagramThomas BernardinThomas Bernardin on InstagramChris WeatherlyChris Weatherly on Instagram
The whole group is in the studio today talking about mental health. We discuss the gamut between mental health and mental illness and share our own personal stories dealing with anxiety, depression and mental illness. Awareness, self care, and support are critical to maintaining your mental health. If something we say resonates with you, please reach out, we’d love to meet you.
Summer El-Kohdary Interview
Rachel and Matt talk with the dynamic Summer El-Khodary, UE Student and founder of Cultural Communications. She talks about growing up Muslim in Evansville, her quest to give a voice to the marginalized, her spirit of service, bringing the human aspect to providing health care and local issues surrounding race, identity and access.
Great to through on while working!
Really enjoyed listening to this while I was programming,
It’s really neat to hear one of the most prominent design teams in evansville , discussing creative topics and i would love to hear more!
I’d really love it, if in addition to the discussion, the podcast included a secret bonus tip!
Like maybe like a earmark from a really good book every week or included some suggested reading!
Really dig the format can’t wait to listen to more on my way to work!
Great Job Guys!
Fun design discussion
Fun, light show of several creatives from different disciplines talking about what they create with a little bit of the philosophical how and why thrown in.