Endless Beautiful is creative lightning caught in a podcast. For each episode, Lucas Pralle, Carolyn Decker, guests, and participants at home listen to the EB Engine, which is comprised of random recorded sounds like church bells, lighting matches, or a passing train. Here’s the kicker: Everybody creates something while they listen to the audio. This can be a poem, prose, painting, or any other type of creative output. The fascinating results are then shared and discussed on the show. It’s a live summoning and examination of the creative spirit. Visitendlessbeautiful.com for more!
Carolyn and Lucas use the EB Engine to push them into new creative territory. The discussion ends up touching on language, simple machines, graphene, and happenings on the other side of closed drawers.
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Lucas and Carolyn take the EB Engine for a spin and share what they came up with. They talk about family, inter-dimensional travel, apples, and box fans.
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15 minutes of the EB Engine captured on August 18, 2019. Please call 401-484-0837 and leave a short memory of what you thought of while listening to the sounds of Endless Beautiful. If we like what you have to say, we might add your message to a future episode of the Endless Beautiful podcast! You can use the EB Engine anytime at endlessbeautiful.com.
Lucas and Carolyn use EB Radio as the prompt for this livestream. This discussion includes themes ranging from climate change to serial murderers. You never know what you’re going to get during an EB workshop!
Lucas and Carolyn reflect a bit on all of the amazing developments that the listeners and participants of EB helped make happen in 2018 before using Session 38: Blacksmith for this livestream. Lucas writes about the sometimes grueling sacrifices that a parent must make for their children. Carolyn writes about classification and how to better understand the natural world that we live in. It's a good time!
We use Session 52: Snow for this workshop. Carolyn writes a piece of fiction that questions inspiration, imagination, and dreams. Lucas writes a story about a not-so-distant future where virtual reality provides the ultimate escape. What will be the consequences for our society when this happens? Also, send your recordings to add to the new EB Radio station on our website!
We use Session 73: Gift for this workshop. Watch and listen as Carolyn shares her powerful story of being in the Women's March in Boston. Lucas shares a crazy story about being at a Slayer concert. The discussion then turns to ideas of liberty in America and what that means in 2018. We have the video and audio versions of the livestream below. Please consider joining our Facebook Group and creating with us! Endless Beautiful is all about creating meaningful conversations with our art!
We chose Session 43: Jar of Treasures for this workshop. Watch and listen as Lucas pens a story about a mysterious man and his journey around the country. Carolyn writes a poem about the importance of creating and maintaining shelter...and knowing when to leave it. We have the video and audio versions of the livestream below. Please consider joining our Facebook Group and creating with us! Endless Beautiful is all about creating meaningful conversations with our art!
We picked a random session from our library and ended up with Session 56: Salt for this workshop. Watch and listen as Carolyn pens a fantasy world that she's been imagining for 15 years! Lucas writes a story that examines a man's harrowing escape from murderous drones. Is this frightening tale a window into our collective tech-dependent future? We have the video and audio versions of the livestream below. Please consider joining our Facebook Group and creating with us! Endless Beautiful is all about creating meaningful conversations with our art!
Here is the audio from our livestream on Sunday, November 11 at 7 pm EST! We debut a new session here: Night Weirdos. What's up with the name you ask? Well, Carolyn and I are often weirdos wandering around making and recording noises in the night! The strange looks we receive are half the fun! We have the video and audio versions of the livestream below. Please consider joining our Facebook Group and creating with us! Endless Beautiful is all about creating meaningful conversations with our art, and we want to use this group to accomplish that!
We kicked off our first FB livestream on Sunday, November 4 at 7 pm EST! Members of the Endless Beautiful Creators Group chose our Frequency Workshop 4 session as the one to be used. We have the video and audio versions below. Please consider joining our group and creating with us! Endless Beautiful is all about creating meaningful conversations with our art, and we want to use this Facebook group to accomplish that!
Featuring students Rachel and Christena from Endless Beautiful's fall 2018 class with Frequency Writers in Providence, Rhode Island. We share our favorite works from the class and talk creativity and the power of sound in writing!
Attleboro Community Keeper, Amy Rhilinger, joins us for this episode of EB. Over three weeks, Amy was part of our Keeper program at DoubleACS Studios in Attleboro, MA. She was sent home with a recorder and trained how to put an EB Session together. We listen and create with Amy's session for the first time. This is also the beginning of a contest that we're running for the next month. Listen to the session and submit your result on our website. It can be writing, audio, or an image that was inspired by the session. We will announce the winner of the contest on 9/15/18. They will receive a code for 5 High-Quality EB Sessions ($25 value).
Behold! It's the session created by the very first cohort of Community Keepers in Woonsocket, RI! Along with being used for the Community Keepers Event on May 19, 2018, this session is the prompt for Literative's contest that they have running until June 20, 2018. 1st place = $50, 2nd place = $25, 3rd place = $10. Make sure to tell your friends!
Join the incredible violinist and composer Fung Chern Hwei as he creates using the EB Session: New York City! Chern Hwei performs and tours extensively with the string quartets Sirius Quartet and Seven)Suns. Along with creating using the EB Method, Chern Hwei takes the time to tell us a little about his creative process and how he keeps his projects on track. Be sure to check it out!
It's time to create with the Endless Beautiful Session Grandfather Clock! Make sure you go to our website to get your high quality versions of our sessions and take advantage of all of our special deals!
Tune in to hear the basic version of Endless Beautiful Session 65: Alocasia. If you like what you hear, check out the high quality version of this session and many others in our store at endlessbeautiful.com!
Free basic version of the New York City session. This session contains 14 different recordings from around NYC. And it's all presented in 15 minutes! Be sure to purchase the high quality version of this session on endlessbeautiful.com to maximize your experience and hear the subtle and lively details present in the background!
The amazing Darian Dauchan: actor, writer, musician and man behind Brobot Johnson - A Sci Fi Hip Hop Transmedia Piece joins us for this podcast episode. What better session to use than Science? We learn what inspires Darian's work and explore the creative process. Check out www.brobotjohnson.com! It's so good!
Join the award-winning author and health and wellness expert Dr. Kathy Gruver as we test out the new Duckpin session. Dr. Gruver has penned several books, has a new TV series coming out, and has all sorts of interesting advice to share. Oh yeah, she's a flying trapeze artist too!
Join Endless Beautiful and critically acclaimed jazz pianist Jeremy Siskind as they explore the Butter Knife Blues EB Session! Hear about the House Concert Movement and theories combining literature and jazz. Listen and create with us during this episode!
The award-winning poet Megan Merchant joins us for this week's EB workshop. Megan was the winner of the 2017 Cog Literary Award and is a multi-year Pushcart Prize nominee. We tee up the Golf Ball EB Session in this episode. Megan shares valuable stories about her development as a writer in this episode. Her first children's book, These Words I Shaped for You, is now available with Penguin Random House!
Join us for this workshop with Stuart Rice, host of the Sketch Comedy Podcast Show! Along with trying out the Masking Tape EB Session, Stuart tells us about the beginnings of his show and how he manages to keep his audience engaged and his guests upright on the inevitably unpredictable improvised path. We also announce the winners of the Literative contest that used our Arcade session!
Hannah Carmack, author of Seven-Sided Spy joins us for this episode where we workshop using the EB Session: Salt. Hannah talks about living with an invisible illness and how that has brought challenges and opportunities for her. We also make some bold predictions about the future of entertainment and identity!
Grab your mug and join Vanessa Rodriguez for a stimulating conversation and creativity session using the EB Method! Vanessa was one of the winners from This is Writing's university writing contest held in 2017! We think Vanessa has a bright future in writing ahead of her!
We test out the EB Method and the Sewing Machine session with amazing violist and improvisation guru Nick Revel in this episode of the podcast. Tune in to listen to Nick's incredible piece and the fascinating discussion that surrounds it!
Thank you to all of our wonderful guests and listeners in 2017! Please help support us by purchasing the high quality sessions on our website, endlessbeautiful.com! Also, don't forget to enter the free contest that we have going with Literative.com before January 11, 2018!
Play in the mud and find your true creative self with Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner and painter, Theo Howard. Make sure you check out our website to see what he came up with! You can find more of Theo's work at www.locojitsu.com.
It's time to make a withdrawal from the mega creativity bank with artist Sandy Coleman and the Endless Beautiful crew! Please support our Patreon if you find the show helpful in your life. More details can be found on our website.
It's time to harvest this bumper crop of creativity with Rachel Richey from Literative! This session is the writing prompt for Literative's monthly writing contest! 1st place wins a $30 Amazon gift card! 2nd place wins a $15 card! There is no entry fee. Just go to literative.com and click on "Monthly Writing Contest" to enter. Contest runs from 9/4/17 until 10/4/17. Good luck!
We go out into the garage armed with a bag of old nuts and bolts and award-winning book cover designer Mariah Sinclair in this episode. Listen in as we explore the world of creativity and dreams! Make sure you check out Mariah's awesome book covers at www.mariahsinclair.com!
Listen and watch as the talented book designer J Caleb Clark takes a dive into the Endless Beautiful process. Be sure to check out J Caleb's time-lapse of his work on our site endlessbeautiful.com and the rest of J Caleb's amazing work at www.jcalebdesign.com!
Join us for this Endless Beautiful session featuring the incredibly talented Claudia Ford. Dr Ford is on the faculty of Rhode Island School of Design and serves on the board of Orion literary magazine. Listen in as we dial up the creative spirit!
Hitch up your wagon for a journey with Endless Beautiful and David Gregg, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Natural History Survey. Make sure you register for BioBlitz on June 9 - 10 on RINHS.org!