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How the Arts were Won

How the Arts were Won

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The intersection of politics, culture, and the arts. Hosted by executive Matt Joseph Misetich (Pipeline Media Group) and writer / multi-multi-hyphenate Michelle Daniel.
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Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 1)

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Ep3 - The Art of Sport: A Conversation with Jack Baric (GameChange)
There are many parallels between artists and athletes, and--lucky you--we touch upon some of them here for a small but fervent dose of inspiration. Guest: documentary filmmaker and co-founder of the new sports empowerment company GameChange, Jack Baric.
57:39
July 17, 2022
Ep2 - The Art of Open Discourse: On Theater-Going, Acting, and Nepotism
A two-hander with comments on the state of streaming and movies, actors playing roles they "shouldn't" be playing, and biblical levels of nepotism. 
37:57
June 26, 2022
Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 2)
The second part of Episode 1, where we fall deep in the weeds on the culture of comedy ... Guests: stand-up comics / writers / newly minted playwrights Bret Raybould and Cristian Duran, writers of "Race: The Movie: The Play."
35:51
June 07, 2022
Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 1)
How to be funny in an unfunny world, featuring a special apology to Kellogg’s. Guests: stand-up comics / writers / newly minted playwrights Bret Raybould and Cristian Duran, writers of "Race: The Movie: The Play." Swear to God, that’s the title.
58:40
May 21, 2022
Ep0 - The Art of First Episodes
Why art is politics, the ennui of Columbus (Indiana), breakfast tacos, a quick word on cancel culture, [redacted content], and a preview of things to come.
28:18
May 18, 2022