Join us for visits with artists, organizations, musicians and more in the coming months.
Ep 11 was so much fun, Shannon Laws, writer, poet, active community member and the producer of Bellingham Art Beat visited the studio and filled us in on the poem booth kickstarter, Art Beat in the new year and her book Fallen. Catch up with her on her website – https://shannonplawswriter.com/
Ep 10 brought the talented singer-songwriter Jessie Thoreson to our studio, join us as we learn a bit more about her style, her music, and where she’s headed next with her music and her life. You can keep up with her on FB, just search for Jessie Thoreson.
Ep 9 was lively as Ian and Damian, two of the dynamos that power BAAY – Bellingham Arts Academy for youth visited our studio. BAAY offers performing and visual arts education for young people ages 5-17. Their programs include training in musical theatre, choir, dance, improv, and visual arts. Learn about their after school enrichment program, EduArts, and get to know their arts-based preschool. http://baay.org/
Ep 8 included a floral designer Natalie Ransom of Pozie by Natalie and a edible confection designer, Sarah Wood of Gathered Confections, check out their instagrams, the show airs on Thursday and again Monday at noon. Pozie By Natalie instagram and Gathered Confection Instagram.
Ep 7 we visited with John Seevers in his home for a unique experience as he explained how he got into baskets and how it has evolved. Preview the gallery of baskets included in the interview before listening to the show. Gallery
Ep 6 – Local musician Chrispy was a fascinating guest as we covered a few decades of music in 30 minutes. Take a seat as he fills us in on how it all happened and where his music is going in 2018.
Ep 5 – Stevey B of the band Deadly D visited the studio to educate and inform. He shared his development as a musician and his passion for the music he plays. He’s a busy guy working toward making his music his whole life, so listen in as we spend some time talking music.
Ep 4 was meeting up with three members of the Whatcom Art Market artist cooperative. They shared lots of neat info ranging from the history of the Art Market, the connection to the Whatcom Art Guild, and a bit about their own art.
Ep 3 was an informative and fun visit with members of the Baby Cakes Band. Kevin, Miles, and Stephanie filled us in on their music, the band, and plans for a brand new, all original tunes album.
Ep 2 brought Cheryl Crooks of the Cascadia International Women’s Film Festival into the studio to share the history and vision of this relatively new film festival that is quickly gaining international recognition. You can find more info at: http://www.cascadiafilmfest.org/ and their facebook.
Episode 1 was a fun and interesting visit with Kenneth Kearney, photographer of wildlife and bands in their natural habitats. You can find Ken’s work on his website: kennethkearney.com and on facebook. Check him out and give a listen to learn more about his craft and his stories about bears.