Studio 145 produces podcasts featuring interviews about current affairs through the artistic lens. Meant to start a deeper conversation, Studio 145 stokes creativity in how we think about some of the most pressing issues of our day, and how we might approach them differently and more effectively.
Writer, Director, Actor Chukwuma Obasi talks about his expanded role in arts and humanities programming at Intersections and shares his perspective on arts and its role in the realm of social justice.
Renowned Dancer, Choreographer and Educator John Parks shares his wisdom and perspective on dance as a language for social transformation and healing.
Lunaapi Indian Tracy Hyter-Suffern shares her American Indian experience and her efforts to support Intersections in increasing national awareness and commitment to amplify the American Indian voice.
Timothy DuWhite, Artist and Online Communications Specialist of Believe Out Loud, shares his thoughts about creating art, BOL and his vision of equality towards a manifestation of justice.
This week on studio 145, Actor, Writer, Director, David Deblinger shares stories and his over view of the importance of Art as a Pathway towards raising consciousness and manifesting change in the world.
Vieve shares how the TE'A company wrestled artistically to put Insight on stage, and how the show's spine emerged.
In an effort to expand our understanding in our work with community and police and the realities of that relationship, this week Farid Johnson interviews Justin Criner. Justin is a police officer in Lubbock Texas and shares thoughts and experiences with Farid that relate to the life of a law enforcement officer.
Vieve talks about recently standing in front a Modigliani and how - for a moment - she could feel her horizon expand and her heart break open.
Fariduddin Fred Johnson broadcasts from Montclair, NJ and gives an overview of the Community Police Enrichment Training program that is being initiated there. He talks about our national work with communities and police departments that offers a forum for dialogue, conflict resolution training and the creation of infrastructure towards building trust and respectful interaction between law enforcement and community residents.
Vieve speaks with Audrey Ross about devising theatre, her dance with language and the trials and triumphs of being an young artist in America.
This podcast was recorded live in Trenton New Jersey at The Blue Mountain Chamber Music Festival Day Camp featuring a rehearsal session with the Chamber Orchestra and an interview with the Blue Mountain Founding Director, Sherri Anderson.
Vieve talks with Uniform Justice Company member, Meredith Watson, about her participation in the play, her interest in Insight and her hope for our collective future.