Amy and Julie talk to New York design veteran Tim Convery, about leaving his fast-paced life in favor of rediscovering his creativity in Provincetown and starting his iconic apparel and merchandise collection, "Tim-Scapes".
Sara discusses how she uses art making and the creative process as a means to heal. Sara owns her own practice, Cape Cod Art Therapy in Eastham, where she executes her unique and dynamic approach.
Provincetown Film Society Executive Director, Christine Kunewa Walker shares her take on breaking into the film festival circuit and representation in film, along with an inside look at her creative process.
Designer and architect, Mary-Ann Agresti sits down with Julie and Amy to discuss her take on the holistic importance of design. With her recent shift in focus to what she calls "the space between", Mary-Ann reflects on what this means and how her creative work is informed by connection.
In this episode, visual artist Joe Diggs invites us on a true exploration of his process from his daily creative practices to the ways in which his Cape Cod roots led him to, and have reinforced, his path as an artist.
Celebrating their 10th anniversary in spring 2019, the founders of Chalkboard Studio, Jackie, Richard, and Jamie, reflect on the transformation of an old schoolhouse in Barnstable Village to a professional artist studio and how the shared space has informed their creative processes.
With dozens of story slams under his belt, including several appearances on The Moth Boston, James shares his take on the art of storytelling and what makes a good story.
In this episode, Chris challenges the seasonal nature of Cape Cod and shows us a bit of what it's like to run the Cape's most widely-attended art museum.
Take a deep dive into Susan’s week spent in a C-Scape Dune Shack--primitive, historic, and isolated with no indoor plumbing or electricity--to her processes for getting personal and professional writing done, Susan reminds us of the importance of forging our own creative paths.