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Huntington Arts Council Podcast

By Huntington Arts Council, Inc.
Audio from our online series, Conversation in the Arts and Arts Administrator Forums.
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Conversations in the Arts: Arts Education

Huntington Arts Council Podcast

Conversations in the Arts: Arts Education

Huntington Arts Council Podcast

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Conversations in the Arts: Arts Education
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, Arts Education, was broadcast on the Huntington Arts Council's FacebookLIVE channel on March 11, 2021, at 7:00 pm. Panelists: Anu Annam, Arts Administrator and Educator Nicole Franz, Artists and Educator Diego Garcia, Artist Marie Saint-Cyr, Teaching Artist Moderator: Constance Sloggatt Wolf, Artist and Educator To support this and other public programming provided by HAC, please subscribe donate via anchor support button or at www.huntingtonarts.org/donate-now  You can find previous conversations at anchor.fm/hac-podcast. Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and opportunities. For more information, and to see upcoming dates and topics go to our website, www.huntingtonarts.org
01:29:52
March 12, 2021
Conversations in the Arts; Call to Community: Anti-Racism and Inequality
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, Anti-Racism and Inequality, was broadcast on the Huntington Arts Council's FacebookLIVE channel on February 11, 2021, at 7:00 pm. Panelists: Alicia Evans, Educator and Artist Lauren Gonzalez, Art Teacher and Artist Ebony Thompson, Visual Artist Moderator: Dr. Nichelle Rivers, Multimedia Artist & Educator Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and opportunities. For more information, and to see upcoming dates and topics go to our website, www.huntingtonarts.org
01:29:27
February 12, 2021
Conversations in the Arts: Jazz
This episode of Conversations in the Arts; Jazz, was broadcast on the Huntington Arts Council's FacebookLIVE channel on January 14, 2021, at 7:00 pm. Panelists: Julie Lyon, Jazz Vocalist Tom Manuel, President and Founder, The Jazz Loft Dudley Salmon, Dudley Music Moderator: Dan Bilawski, Educator & Drummer Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and opportunities. For more information, and to see upcoming dates and topics go to our website, www.huntingtonarts.org
01:35:37
January 15, 2021
Conversations in the Arts: Visual Arts
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, Visual Arts, was broadcast live via Facebook live on December 10, 2020. Panelists: Jan Guarino, Fearless Watercolors, Artist & Teacher Thais Osorio, Autodidactic Visual Artist and Model Scott Schneider, Toxic/Nature Studios Danangelowe A.J Spencer, Artist & Creative Director, ARTBOii Studio Moderator: Kevin McEvoy, Artist & Teacher Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and opportunities. For more information, and to see upcoming dates and topics go to our website, www.huntingtonarts.org
01:37:16
December 11, 2020
Conversations in the Arts: Classical Music in the 21st Century
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, Classical Music in the 21st Century, was broadcast on the Huntington Arts Council's FacebookLIVE channel on November 12, 2020, at 7:00 pm. Panelists: Lauren Ausubel, Co-Director, Oyster Bay Music Festival Jared Berry, Artistic Director & Conductor, Babylon Chorale David Stewart Wiley, Music Director, Orchestra Long Island Lisa Richardson, Soprano, President, eVoco Voice Collective Moderator: Marc Courtade, Executive Director, Huntington Arts Council Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities.  For more information, and to see upcoming dates and topics go to our website, www.huntingtonarts.org
01:31:38
November 13, 2020
Conversations in the Arts: Amplifying Voices in the Arts
This Conversation was Presented LIVE via www.facebook.com/huntingtonarts/live October 8, 2020, 7:00 PM. Amplifying Voices in the Arts will generate a conversation on equality, inclusivity, and diversity from different angles of the creative world. Panelists: James “JB” Barreiro, Curator Jeanette Berry, Musician Dillon Brown, Poet Joseph Santarpia, Artist Moderator: Jose Tutiven, Founder, Colored Colors Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:29:27
October 8, 2020
Conversations in the Arts, Musical Theater
This Conversation was presented LIVE via www.facebook.com/huntingtonarts/live on September 10, 2020, 7:00PM.  Panelists: Lisa Berman, Actress & SingerJohn Brautigam, Composer & Lyricist Kevin Harrington, Producer/Director, Plaza Theatricals Yolanda Wyns, Director of Music, Harlem School of the Arts Moderator: Marc Courtade, Executive Director, Huntington Arts Council Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:34:03
September 10, 2020
Conversations in the Arts, Women in the Arts
This episode of Conversation in the Arts, Women in the Arts, was broadcast via the Huntington Arts Council's FacebookLive feed on June 11, 2020, at 7:00 pm. This talk will focus on the power of women and the arts in honor of Women’s History Month, creating a dialogue on what it means to be champions of women through the arts. It will explore our understanding of women’s contributions to the arts in America and locally, showing how women have advanced and how society values equality and the contributions of all our citizens. Panelists Erika Duncan, Executive and Artistic Director/HERstory Karen Levitov, Director and Curator Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, Stony Brook University, Staller Center for the Arts Sally Shore, Artist Kay Sohini, Ph.D. Candidate & Instructor, Humanities/Stony Brook University Moderator Deborah Cosher, League of Women Voters Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:23:13
June 11, 2020
Conversations in the Arts- The Arts and the Digital Age
This episode of Conversations in the Arts: The Arts and the Digital Age was broadcast via Facebook Live on May 14, 2020, at 7:00 pm. The limitless bounds of the digital world are expanding and transforming creativity. This conversation will explore how the digital age has pushed the boundaries of creativity and artistic license and discuss how digital technology can enhance more traditional forms of visual art? Panelists: Ahmad Kahn, People Like Games Kasmira Mohanty, Arts Educator Doron Spleen, Executive Director/Morrison Mentors Moderator: Paul Lipsky, MFA Professor at Five Towns College Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:28:24
May 14, 2020
Conversations in the Arts: "The Arts and African American Experience"
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, The Arts and African American Experience, was presented live that Huntington Arts Council's Main Street Gallery on February 13th, 2020 at 7:00 pm. African American experience and culture developed outside of mainstream American culture. In recognition of Black History Month, we will explore the diversity and rich artistic contributions of African Americans to American culture. The panel will discuss their experiences in the arts and how they use their voices and visions to inspire and educate. Panelists: Maurice Brandon Curry, Executive & Artistic Director/Eglevsky Ballet Ama Karikari-Yawson, Storyteller and Author Harper Bella, Artist, Board member of American Society of Media Photographers in the NY Chapter Moderator: Marc Courtade, Executive Director/Huntington Arts Council Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:27:31
February 14, 2020
Conversations in the Arts: The Arts and LGBTQA+
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, The Arts and LGBTQA+ was recorded live at the Huntington Arts Council's Main Street Gallery on January 9, 2020, at 7:00 pm. LGBTQA+ individuals have not only made major contributions to arts and culture, but have used the arts as a way to both inspire and foster community. LGBTQA+ artists have harnessed their creativity to fight misconceptions, promote progressive dialogue, and empower identity, self-expression, and the ability to tell one’s own true story. Panelists: Matt Rosenberg, Production Manager/Eastline Theatre Anu Annam, Artist, Art Educator and Curator Greg Fox, Artist and Writer Greg Fox Christie LaSpina, LI Pride Chorus Moderator: Dr. Nichelle Rivers/Artist and Educator Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:11:27
January 10, 2020
Conversations in the Arts: "The Arts and Science, STEAM Powered"
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, The Arts and Science: STEAM Powered, was presented live at the Huntington Arts Council's Main Street Gallery on December 12, 2019, at 7:00 pm.  STEAM takes STEM to the next level, allowing students to connect their learning in science, technology, engineering, and math with art practices, providing a wide pallet of learning. The panel will discuss how learners can explore the world around them, develop and create innovative solutions to problems, think deeply, work collaboratively, and communicate the results. Panelists Lorraine Sopp, Project Coordinator, Eastern Suffolk BOCES & Retired Assistant Principal and District Art Coordinator Susan Buroker Artist Abigail Holmes, Captain of Huntington High School Robotics Team 5016 Moderator Eric Reynolds, Director of Fine and Performing Arts/Huntington Union Free School District Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:20:19
December 13, 2019
Conversations in the Arts: "The Arts and Propaganda"
This episode of Conversations in the Arts, The Arts and Propoganda, was presented live at the Huntington Arts Council's Main Street Gallery on November 14, 2019, at 7:00 pm. Art may be used to persuade. It is not objective, and is rarely the unadulterated self-expression of individual genius. It may be part of the agendas and demands of others, and is a powerful method of expressing a point of view.  Panelists: Barbara Applegate, Director, Steinberg Museum of Art/LIU Post Leonard Lehrman, Founder & Director, The Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus John Torres, Director & Actor/Eastline Theatre Moderator Marc Courtade, Executive Director/Huntington Arts Council. Conversations in the Arts has evolved into an ongoing program by the Huntington Arts Council to stimulate and promote the arts. These participatory talks featuring artists and scholars from our community, will enrich our arts experiences and help us to more fully understand the values and contributions the arts have made, and continue to make, to society. Conversations will be held monthly as engaged inquiries and dialogues used to explore ideas, facilitate collaborations and networking opportunities. Open to the public.
01:22:16
November 15, 2019