Episode #061: Tommy Kha, photographer

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In this episode with photographer Tommy Kha we dig deep into recognition and reconciliation particularly with the people of his past, his hometown of Memphis, and graduating from Yale and somehow becoming a stand-up comedian.
He’s already held the book signing for A Real Imitation, which we talk about in this episode, but until Sept 17th can run by Crosstown Arts to feast your eyes on Tommy’s curated photography and video gallery titled, Anthology: Somewhere Not Here, which we also discuss.
 Anthology: Somewhere Not Here
August 19 through Sept 17, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm
Crosstown Arts – 422 N Cleveland St, Memphis, Tennessee 38104

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Episode #060: Richard Douglas Jones, Black Nerd Power

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Richard Douglas Jones discusses his comedic course from open mics to opening for Patti Labelle and beyond. He also covers his podcast, Black Nerd Power, which co-hosted by Markus, Kimber, and Richard. Each week they discuss the worlds of Sci & Fantasy from a black POV.

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Episode #059: Josh Campbell & Sean Mosley, 2dudes

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Josh and Sean are taking storytelling to a new level with a two-man show augmented with audience participation. Find tickets at oxfordfringefest.com. #2dudes will be Friday, August 12th, 9pm at the Shelter on Van Buren.
Friday, August 12 at 9 PM – 10:30 PM
1221 Van Buren Ave, Oxford, Mississippi 38655

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Episode #058: Adam Farmer, Glitch | Tightening the Gap Between Art and Apology

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In this episode we tap into the idea of controlled chaos with Adam Farmer, whose dual role of artist and curator involves a great deal of sacrifice, purposeful improvisation, and something he calls “strategic hoarding”.
Also discussed were stories of extraterrestrial visitations at home, daily trips to the basketball court, and his monday through friday gig at a trucking company.
Get on over to www.avantgauze.com to check out some of his work and be sure peel through the photo albums at www.facebook.com/glitchmemphis to witness the transformation of a living room into a monthly collaborative art experience!

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Episode #057: Corkey Sinks, artist/designer

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This episode artist and designer Corkey Sinks uncovers demonbabies, tagging turtles in the desert, and we ponder moon landing deniers. Something we missed in the episode is Corkey is the designer over at the Dixon, so when you see upcoming promos there you’ll be seeing her good works. Corkey’s big announcement is Walls Divide Press, a collaboration with her husband Jesse Butcher, bringing back the days of zines and creative publications.

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Episode #054: Angela Russell, Underground Art

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This episode we had Angela Russell of Underground Art share her thoughts on running a longstanding creative biz in Memphis and in honor of everyone who has ever struggled with mental or emotional health, is a suicide survivor, has battled addiction Underground Art will be hosting Illuminated: Semicolon Tattoo Event Art to benefit the Memphis Crisis Center.

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Episode #053: Kurt Perschke | Red Ball Project

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Through Red Ball Project sculptor Kurt Perschke views each city as an opportunity to provide citizens creative interaction. Memphians saw their space afresh as the project rolled through town. Catch our episode where Kurt shares on Red Ball, Memphis, and avoiding the law by hiding in plain sight.

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