KCBP Radio Programs from the Voice of the Valley

KCBP Radio Programs from the Voice of the Valley

By KCBP Radio
Our programs feature interviews with interesting people involved in the arts and culture of the San Joaquin Valley of California.

"Arts of the San Joaquin Valley," hosted by Linda Scheller and Sandy Graham, focuses on various facets of creativity in our community: poetry, authors, dance, theater, creative spaces, venues, music, visual arts, textile, crafters, and much more.


If you have an idea for a future episode or are an artist in the community and would like to be featured, contact us at arts@kcbpradio.org
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AotSJV Episode 16 Linda Knoll
Linda Knoll talks about the Central California Art Association, the Mistlin Gallery, and some of the classes, exhibits, and events they offer our community.
53:17
March 19, 2020
AotSJV Episode 15 Ken White
Modesto author and playwright Ken White talks about his books, plays, and community involvement.
59:48
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 14 Jack Souza
Jack Souza, artistic director and founder of Prospect Theater Project, talks about the history of PTP and its importance in our community..
53:22
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 13 Dave Storm
Dave Storm is a tattoo artist and actor who creates Native American wall sculpture, music, and poetry.
59:32
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 12 Isaiah Banks
In this episode we talk with 3-D animation artist and game developer Isaiah Banks.
59:48
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 11 Painters Jim Abuan and Laura Stokes
Jim Abuan and Laura Stokes talk with us about their art.
59:25
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 10 Central West Ballet
Artistic Director Rene Daveluy, Ballet Mistress Leslie Ann Larson, and Executive Director Karin Reenstierna talk about ballet and the dance programs offered by Central West Ballet, a resident company of the Gallo Center for the Arts in Modesto, California. 
56:09
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 9 Choral Music Daniel Afonso and Polly Vasche
Music educators Daniel Afonso and Polly Vasche talk about the importance of choral music and its history in Stanislaus County. 
59:31
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 8 Eclectic Women Artists Anne Williams Bailey and Linda Prather
Anne Williams Bailey and Linda Prather, members of the Modesto Branch of the National League of American Pen Women, discuss their visual art and poetry.
58:49
March 15, 2020
AotSJV Episode 7 Photography David Schroeder & Ashley Rose Tacheira
Linda Scheller interviews photographers David Schroeder and Ashley Rose Tacheira.
57:22
March 10, 2020
AotSVJ Episode 6 Music
This episode with Sandy Graham features local music groups, Brother Spellbinders Band and the Blues Box Bayou Band. Host Sandy Graham speaks with Blues Box Bayou Band member Pete Grimaldi.
59:28
March 10, 2020
AotSVJ Episode 5 Creative Spaces
Linda Scheller interviews ladies from Modesto's Tri-Chromatic Gallery. Sandy Graham talks with the directors of the Shire Community Space.
59:43
March 10, 2020
AotSJV Episode 4 Theater Raquel Ruelas & Traci Sprague
Linda Scheller interviews Raquel Ruelas, Artistic Director of the Murphys Creek Theatre and Traci Sprague from Modesto's Center Stage Conservatory.
59:24
March 10, 2020
AotSJV Episode 3 Authors Petar Magazinovic & Julia Sankey
Linda Scheller interviews authors Petar Magazinovic & Julia Sankey.
59:27
March 10, 2020
AotSJV Episode 2 Village Folk Dancers & Ballet Folklorico Anahuac
Village Dancers Robert Rudholm and Judy Kropp talk about folk dancing in Stanislaus County, CA, and Carlos Gonzalez discusses Ballet Folklorico Anahuac, the Modesto non-profit dance company founded in 2006 by his mother, Liduvina Gonzalez.
1:00:01
March 5, 2020
AotSJV Episode 1 Poets Gillian Wegener & Tina Curiel Allen
Hosts Linda Scheller and Sandy Graham introduce Arts of the San Joaquin and feature Modesto poets Gillian Wegener and Tina Curiel Allen.
53:59
March 4, 2020