art during covid

146: You are here. Navigating your creative journey thru the pandemic with Mara Thomas

It’s the first of TWO solo episodes by Mara Thomas.  Mara Thomas is the MVP or VIP of ASBX. She has contributed 26 blog posts, participated in six podcast episodes thus far, and now is gifting Artist Soapbox listeners with 2 solo episodes. And they are amazing. You’ll hear Mara speak with her trademark honesty, …

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136: Hey friends, Theatre’s NOT Dead with host, Keyanna Alexander

Let’s start with a fill  in the blank. Theatre’s NOT dead, theatre IS ______________. What did you fill in? How did you finish that sentence? I’m so curious. Send me your answers and let me know. In this episode, I spoke with just the right person to fill in that blank, Keyanna Alexander, the host of …

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125: Time to write. Podcasting during a pandemic (with kids).

In this solo episode, Tamara expresses gratitude for the guests and listeners of Artist Soapbox, and updates folx on the status of the podcast. Short version: After releasing 31 episodes in 7 weeks (8-9 months of content on the pre-pandemic schedule), Artist Soapbox is going on hiatus for a bit, so Tamara can write, complete …

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124: It’s the little things. Small moments, vulnerability and opportunity with writer Cheryl Chamblee.

Cheryl Chamblee is a writer, experimenter, and mama with more than 20 years of experience as both artist and nonprofit leader.  She has written or co-written 14 plays and hundreds of short essays, but right now she’s obsessed with writing what she calls “storypoems.” Her current creative writing projects are The Letters Project and Evening …

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115: Tap into play with applied theatre artist Amy Sawyers-Williams of See Saw Projects

Play as tool (for all grown-ups) + two bonuses at the end! Amy Sawyers- Williams discusses See Saw Projects’ residencies in the Wake Correctional Center, applied theatre and improv (in particular improv in the time of COVID-19), and Flourish: An Online Arts & Mental Wellness Initiative thru Arts NC State which is a compilation of …

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Podcasting with a purpose. ASBX episodes: March 30-April 10.

Friends, I am working to bring the voices of our creative community to your ears as quickly as possible.  For you, I hope these voices and conversations might be:  comforting or stimulating thought-provoking or soothing inspiring or sheltering or whatever you need at this moment in time. My own needs seem to change from hour …

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Podcasting with a purpose. ASBX episodes: March 13-27.

Friends, I am working to bring the voices of our creative community to your ears as quickly as possible. For you, I hope these voices and conversations might be: comforting or stimulating thought-provoking or soothing inspiring or sheltering or whatever you need at this moment in time. My own needs seem to change from hour …

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100: My Geriatric Uterus with Lormarev Jones, playwright and solo performer

My Geriatric Uterus is a bold, brazen and brash solo play that examines the expectations placed on women’s bodies against the backdrop of late stage Capitalism. Written and performed by Lormarev Jones, featuring music by Christopher Wood, My Geriatric Uterus premiered at the 2019 Cincinnati Fringe Festival and was the winner of the David C. …

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