Episode 18 of the Art Throb podcast features Jessica Winters, one half of the husband/wife team who in 2011 founded PRHBTN, Lexington's first street art festival.For more than a decade, Jessica and John Winters have facilitated the installation of large-scale murals by international artists throughout Lexington and have hosted annual gallery events to provide opportunities to local and regional artists. PRHBTN is an annual celebration of art forms that have been criminalized, marginalized, and under-appreciated in the mainstream, featuring public murals alongside an exhibition of street art works in a space that complements the raw, powerful nature of the message and artistry of each piece.“The name PRHBTN originated because we felt like street artists and graffiti artists, folks of that ilk, were kind of prohibited from appearing in standard galleries and from being part of the art establishment,” John said. “That would be a kind of prohibition. We're in Kentucky, too, and since it’s bourbon country, we thought people would think the name is kind of funny.” The shortened version came along after John and Jessica decided the word was too long and decided to omit the vowels to make it more concise and easier to put on the flyers and stickers.In 2022 they decided to no longer produce mural, although the gallery exhibition of work will continue at The Lexington Art League's Loudoun House. Now Jessica and John are shifting toward transformative, interactive pop-up pieces such as Call of Joy.
It's the issue that only Dazzler wanted. No superhuman adversary, no trips to another dimension, nor outer space. This is just a regular, average, pop-star adventure... kind of. Not really. This is the kind of cautionary tale that would make ABC blush. Did that reference go over your head? Don't worry, it'll all make sense soon. Plus: Lance's sick wheels!Intro and outro music by J. Cayo.
Hey book besties! It’s the episode you’ve all been waiting for – smutty holiday reads with the one and only, BK Borison! We had so much fun recording this episode and we hope it helps you stack that holiday TBR!
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What if being an artist of faith is more about WHO YOU ARE and HOW you create than WHAT you make? Too many Christians in the arts are living in a no-win situation. They’re serious about their work, committed in their faith – but feeling disjointed and disconnected. In part three of this series, we’ll consider how to integrate the many pieces of you through the three-fold way of calling. And find clarity, confidence, and freedom to truly become who we were created to be, make what we were created to make and do what we were created to do.For more Be. Make. Do. follow now on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Guys, this book is kind of sad??? Like??? Why are we telling this small child all of our trauma? About Us: Novel Nostalgia is a book podcast where two best friends, Rachel and Nova, revisit all of their favorite stories from their childhoods. Join us as we go through this journey of all the books that leave us feeling nostalgic! We will be reading through books such as Warrior Cats by Erin Hunter, the Phantom Stallion by Terri Farley, and Bedknobs and Broomsticks by Mary Norton. Socials: Instagram: @novelnostalgiapod Twitter: @NovelNostalPod TikTok: @NovelNostalgiaPod YouTube: @NovelNostalgia
For our 200th episode, we are joined by Richard Osman: television presenter, longtime Backlisted listener, and one of the bestselling authors in the world today. We discuss Trustee from the Toolroom (1960), the final novel by Nevil Shute Norway, whose other books include A Town Like Alice (1950) and On the Beach (1957), widely read in his lifetime but now somewhat forgotten or ignored. How did Shute's long and distinguished stint as an aeronautical engineer fit with his parallel career as a prominent and much-loved author? And what do his tales of ordinary people doing extraordinary things have to offer us in the 21st century? Richard also shares with John and Andy what he's been reading this week; and if you've been with us from the start, you will appreciate his choices all the more.
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Karen Boger is also known as Kerradwyn, especially when she is working with the fairy realm. In this episode we learn the origin of her name, and how she took a pasture and created what she calls a fairy habitat. The fairy habitat has several stopping points and each of them have a particular inspirational purpose. It is a place where one can send love and energy to the universe, and be grateful for this life and all of the blessing that come with it. See pictures of the fairy habitat on the Facebook site, Life,It Just Keeps on Going.
Let me ask you a question? Have you ever engaged the services of a coach? A coach that works with you to create an action plan or bolsters your confidence and enthusiasm to keep going when things are waning? I’ve had many coaches over the last 8 years and I want to share what worked, what didn’t and what I suggest you do if looking for a coach.Hey you I’m Adam Scougall of the So You Want to Be an Interior Designer podcast, and welcome to EPISODE 9. This show really is for mid-career aspiring interior design or decorating solopreneurs that need support in building their own interior design business whilst working 9 to 5. In this episode I cover two reasons you should absolutely should seek out a coach, then one little thing I'd like you to look out for before you sign up with your coach...1- Your coach will help take 'the blinders' off your ideasA coach can help greatly with our 'blind spots' by giving us ideas for ways to improve ourselves that we aren't able to see for ourselves. The results can be extraordinary.2- Seek a coach who’s achieved what you want to achieveI chose my current coach because she had 'lived' the experience that I needed to build and fine tune from scratch. Its extremely common to get excited by working with somebody who has already achieved the things you are not sure you will ever be able to. Getting a coach that has gone through what you are dying to experience is a very important part of our success. if they've done it, they can certainly help you to do it!Q 3- AVOID: Coaching without a roadmapMany coaches offer a package of sessions without a plan. This is ok if you are happy going where the wind blows that week, but generally unplanned programs, or 'blocks of sessions' aren't the best route to take. I discuss this in more detail in the show...Flailing in your Interior's business, and would like immediate clarity? Take my quiz over at soyouwanttobeaninteriordesigner.tv/quiz to get your action plan emailed today. It's only 15 questions and takes less than 3 minutes!