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Episode 62: My Haunting by the House Carpenter - MING Public Archives

Episode 62: My Haunting by the House Carpenter - MING Public Archives

December 5, 2022

The House Carpenter, sung by William Eden and recorded by folklorist, Mary Celestia Parler.

Episode 61: My Morning with Virginia - MING Public Archives

Episode 61: My Morning with Virginia - MING Public Archives

November 21, 2022

Five recordings from the early 1920s by classic jazz and blues singer, Virginia Liston.

Episode 60: My Conversation with Teal Gardner - MING Artist Interview

Episode 60: My Conversation with Teal Gardner - MING Artist Interview

November 14, 2022

Teal Gardner (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Boise, ID, where she has resided since 2016. Read more about her work at: https://eggobservatory.cargo.site/

Episode 59: My History of Falling - Centuries III, by Heidi Kraay

Episode 59: My History of Falling - Centuries III, by Heidi Kraay

November 7, 2022

Heidi Kraay is a playwright and writer across disciplines. Her work examines the connection between brain and body, seeking empathy with fractured characters. She pulls myth, metaphor and monsters together to attempt connections across difference. Her plays, including Unwind: Hindsight is 2020, see in the darkHow to Hide Your MonsterNew Eden, Me and My Shadow, Kilgore, as well as co-devised plays, plays for young audiences, one-acts and short plays, have been presented nationally and internationally.

 

Learn more about Heidi and her work at: http://www.heidikraay.com/

Episode 58: My Sea Hag Halloween - MING Public Archives Series

Episode 58: My Sea Hag Halloween - MING Public Archives Series

October 31, 2022

Terror Tales by the Old Sea Hag, performed by Martha Wentworth, 1959.

Episode 57: My Conversation with Luana Graves- MING Disappearing Worlds Series

Episode 57: My Conversation with Luana Graves- MING Disappearing Worlds Series

October 24, 2022

Luana Graves is a writer and the founder of Lowcountry Gullah, a non-profit organization and podcast dedicated to the Gullah Geechie culture and raising awareness around the challenges faced by the community.

To learn more, visit: https://lowcountrygullah.com/

Episode 56: My Uncle Woody - MING Disappearing Worlds

Episode 56: My Uncle Woody - MING Disappearing Worlds

October 17, 2022

Woody Collins is the author of Where Have All the Shrimp Boats Gone?: A 100-Year History of the Shrimping Industry in the South Carolina Lowcountry.

 

You can learn more about Woody and his book here:

https://www.shrimpboatsgone.com/

Episode 55: My Convesation with Jodeen Revere - Artist Interview Series

Episode 55: My Convesation with Jodeen Revere - Artist Interview Series

October 10, 2022

Jodeen Revere is an Idaho actor and writer. In addition to her work on stage, in film and readings of her personal essays, she has been part of two Migration Theory site specific productions: S5 and Small Matters. Her one woman show, The Persistent Guest, opens this Saturday at Boise Contemporary Theatre.

Tickets are available at: https://bctheater.org/the-persistent-guest/

 

Episode 54: My Biggest Mistake by Heidi Kraay

Episode 54: My Biggest Mistake by Heidi Kraay

October 3, 2022

Heidi Kraay is a playwright and writer across disciplines. Her work examines the connection between brain and body, seeking empathy with fractured characters. She pulls myth, metaphor and monsters together to attempt connections across difference. Her plays, including Unwind: Hindsight is 2020, see in the darkHow to Hide Your MonsterNew Eden, Me and My Shadow, Kilgore, as well as co-devised plays, plays for young audiences, one-acts and short plays, have been presented nationally and internationally.

 

Learn more about Heidi and her work at: http://www.heidikraay.com/

Episode 53: My Conversation with Prime - MING Artist Interview

Episode 53: My Conversation with Prime - MING Artist Interview

September 26, 2022

The artist Jose Reza, better known as Prime K2S, is credited with being a founder of Los Angeles stylized graffiti lettering. He gained international exposure when his work was featured in the book Spraycan Art, one of the earliest documentations of graffiti culture. He designed the cover for The Getty Research Institute's L.A. Liber Amicorum, otherwise known as The Getty Graffiti Black Book, which is housed in the Getty's rare manuscript collection. Today, he is also well known for both his public installations as well as his contemporary canvas work.

 

To learn more about Prime and his work, you can follow him here: @primek2s

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