The Creative Exchange Podcast
A New Perspective on Connectivity with Will Dailey

A New Perspective on Connectivity with Will Dailey

February 28, 2021

Boston-based independent recording and performing artist Will Dailey shares a fresh take on the ways in which social isolation has affected the way we consume, interact with, and share art. In this thought-provoking discussion, Dailey explores an interplay between oversaturation and his personal movement towards genuine, irreplicable interactions with his art.

Shifts, Permission, and the Metaphor of a Bowl with Laura Shabbott and Marian Roth

Shifts, Permission, and the Metaphor of a Bowl with Laura Shabbott and Marian Roth

February 22, 2021

Provincetown-based visual artists Laura Shabbott and Marian Roth discuss shifts in their approaches to creating, teaching, and sharing art as a result of the pandemic. With two distinct and wise perspectives, this conversation is dynamic, warm, and a reminder that community and the freedom to create are at the center of it all.

Uplifting Artists with Carl Lopes

Uplifting Artists with Carl Lopes

February 14, 2021

Visual artist, arts educator, and the 2021 Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea artist Carl Lopes discusses the interplay between teaching, creating, and the importance of uplifting artists. Now retired from a long career at Barnstable High School, he shares how his students have influenced his personal work as well as the dynamic intersection of culture and history embedded in his artistic process.

Challenging Narratives with Rachael Devaney, Deanna Nagle, and Lily Olin

Challenging Narratives with Rachael Devaney, Deanna Nagle, and Lily Olin

February 7, 2021

Through MassDevelopment and the Hyannis Transformative Development Initiative Partnership, visual artists Rachael Devaney, Deanna Nagle, and Lily Olin were each given stipends and studio space in downtown Hyannis--tasked with creating works that challenge existing narratives of life on Cape Cod. In this episode, they share about the experience with the Fellowship and their work.

Conducting Through a Pandemic with Matthew Scinto

Conducting Through a Pandemic with Matthew Scinto

January 31, 2021

Matthew Scinto is the Founder, Conductor, + Executive Director of the Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra. In this episode, he dives into how and why nothing--especially a global pandemic--can stop his growth as a musician, conductor, and arts leader. 

Engaging Without Barriers with Ashleigh Gordon

Engaging Without Barriers with Ashleigh Gordon

January 24, 2021

Ashleigh Gordon is a violist and Artistic & Executive Director of Castle Of Our Skins, a concert and educational series dedicated to celebrating Black artistry through music. This conversation dives into her relationship with the viola as it relates to her own personality and her work as a passionate music educator with a unique and thoughtful approach.

 

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When the Audience Can’t Watch with Patric Palkens

When the Audience Can’t Watch with Patric Palkens

January 17, 2021

As a soloist for the Boston Ballet and career dancer, Palkens discusses the unexpected ways the pandemic has impacted his relationship with his performance-based art.

Lending Yourself to Compassion with Sarah Burrill

Lending Yourself to Compassion with Sarah Burrill

January 10, 2021

Musician Sarah Burrill joins us for an all-encompassing conversation on using her artistic platform to connect people in times of isolation, whether in the throes of lockdown or a battle with chronic illness. She also reminds us of the importance of a little something she likes to call, “going out for oxytocin”.

The Intersection of Process and Advocacy with Emily Ruddock and Jo Hay

The Intersection of Process and Advocacy with Emily Ruddock and Jo Hay

January 9, 2020

Emily Ruddock is the Executive Director of MASSCreative, an organization that works with artists, leaders, and supporters of the arts and cultural sector to advocate for the resources and support necessary to make Massachusetts a creativity-driven state. Jo Hay is a British American contemporary portrait painter who lives and works in Provincetown. Her latest work, Persisters, is an ongoing series of large-scale portrait paintings representing trailblazing women in their pursuit of justice. In this episode, Jo and Emily come together to discuss the intersections of creative process and advocacy.

Arts Accessibility with Malissa Kenney and Jessica Wilson

Arts Accessibility with Malissa Kenney and Jessica Wilson

January 2, 2020

Malissa Kenney is the Executive Director of Cape Cod Collaborative Arts Netowrk (CapeCodCAN), an independent organization in partnership with the Cotuit Center for the Arts that provides innovative and inclusive visual performance and literary arts programs for teens and adults of all abilities. Meanwhile, Jessica Wilson is the Managing and Artistic Director of the WatermelonAlligator Theatre Company, a consortium of theatre professionals and dedicated amateurs committed to producing high-quality, local theatre. In this thought-provoking conversation, Malissa and Jessica reflect on the importance of accessibility in the arts and share about their collaboration offering performing arts workshops for students of all abilities and experience levels.

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