Scott Stephen Kegler is a playwright and a clown ... and does just about everything else that involves a stage or an audience. When I saw a production of his play, Champaign and Licorice, I knew I need to speak with him about his work. There is depth and authenticity in his writing, and it was a great please to be able to speak with him about it. 

#theater #clowning #playwright #connecticut #stage #keepcreating

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Corrin Zareck on gallery curation and arts in the community

August 13, 2019

Corrin Zareck is an art educator, an artist, and the curator at the Gallery at the Mill in Unionville, Connecticut. She's been surrounded by art since early in her life, and remains surrounded by it - her own and the work of other artists from the area. The gallery is situated throughout a building that also houses various businesses and workshop spaces, so the pieces are in constant view - and open to the public whenever a drop-in is possible! Take a look at www.galleryatmill.com, and see Corrin's own work at www.corrinzareck.com.

#art #gallery #connecticut #keepcreating

Hannah and Andy of Sodada on influence, sound, and breadcrumbs

August 6, 2019

Sodada is based out of Massachusetts, part of the thriving Northampton music and art scene. Their sound is hard to pin down to a genre - which is part of what makes it so engaging. Hannah and Andy have been through a few iterations of this project, adapting their sound as they find inspiration and instrumentation to fit their creative vision. And they're just a damned joy to talk to. And support local music! sodada.bandcamp.com sodadamusic.com

#creativity #indiemusic #livemusic #music #keepcreating

Richard DiCarlo on painting, multimedia sculpture, and working as a ghost illustrator

July 30, 2019

Richard DiCarlo started in the Bronx, freelancing as a ghost illustrator, and now works as a multimedia sculptor. His 3D paintings are self-contained stories, homages to cultural icons, and downright entertaining to see. Visit The Studio of Richard DiCarlo on Facebook to take a look at his work, which includes the Beatles, Ernest Hemingway, and Fisher Price, among others.

#3dpainting #sculpture #connecticutartist #keepcreating

Jordan and Joe at ConnectiCon XVII and the Festival of Indie Games

July 23, 2019

This episode is little on the short side - but oh boy is it packed! Hear from game designers from Phase Shift and Geek Fever, Off Cut, Stone Bones, and Table Fighter, plus a little Con recap with my good friend Joe of JBrooks Public Relations. ConnectiCon is a great event, with some of the most #creative #cosplayers in the region, and the events that the larger Con encompasses are fantastic. We spent most of our time with CTFIG, playing games and talking with game creators - the creative talents of this group is incredible!

https://www.phaseshiftgames.com/

http://www.geekfevergames.com/

https://www.offcutgames.com/#/

https://www.stonebonesgames.com/

https://www.tablefighter.com/

http://connecticon.org/

http://www.ct-fig.com/

#keepcreating #connecticut #CTFIG #ConnectiConXVII #boardgames #games

Amy Genser on Southern roots, creating with paper, and the light and shadow of topography

July 16, 2019

If you visit amygenser.com you are going to see some incredibly vivid colors and interesting patterns. And if you listen to this episode you'll hear from Amy Genser about how she creates these amazing visuals using paper. It's a fascinating process, and Amy's artistic journey is a story worth hearing. From New Orleans to Hartford, this Connecticut artist has incorporated her experiences into some truly incredible art.

#paperart #connecticutartist #keepcreating

Arts for Learning CT on the importance of creativity in the classroom, adapting creative skills to the workplace, and changing the educational paradigm

July 9, 2019

Arts for Learning CT is dedicated to the integration of creativity and the arts into the classroom; encouraging the use of music, theater, and art in conjunction with history, math, English, and more. Alex Novak Foster, Craig Norton, and Anthony DePoto are all a part of the organization, and will be participating in the first annual "Cultivating Creativity" event at Quinnipiac University on July 10. Visit AFLCT.org for more information on the organization, its teaching artists, and the programs that it offers.

 

#education #artseducation #creativity #creativelearning #cteducation #keepcreating

Andrew Wallach on painting the Revolution, turning up the volume, and finding artist expression

July 2, 2019

East Hampton, Connecticut-based artist Andrew Wallach is starting a revolution in spin art. It's a physical labor of love, putting his body in motion to give his paintings the sense of movement that his Revolution Art needs. And it's loud. Painting with the stereo cranked up, letting the music influence the process. Andrew's work will be showing at Sacrosanct Gallery of Contemporary American Art in East Hampton for the month of July, so stop in a take a look if you're in the area.

 

#keepcreating #revolutionart #spinart #painting #connecticutartist

Jason Cole on experiential creativity, yoga, and How to Calm the F$%& Down

June 25, 2019

Jay Cole is a Canadian podcaster, musician, Yogi, and author ... among other things. We spoke about his experience living in Los Angeles - which could have been en episode on its own - his music and podcast projects, his use of Yoga and doctorate in metaphysics (Is it a thing? You be the judge.), and his new book, "How to Calm the Fuck Down: Meditation for the Blue Collars".

#keepcreating #yoga #author #selfhelp #Canada #podcast #beats #meditation

Gabriel & Zaida Perez on creative marketing, Latinx entrepreneurism, and understanding your value

June 18, 2019

"Commercial" art can often be overlooked. The people behind some of the world's most iconic logos and advertising campaigns don't get the recognition that their creations do. But in order to distill a brand to a single, instantly identifiable logo or catch phrase requires extraordinary creativity. The world of advertising hasn't changed much, but the faces of professionals are resembling the cast of "Mad Men" a little less every day. Gabriel and Zaida Perez are the husband and wife team behind VP Creative Agency, each finding space to operate within their own strengths and helping each other to shine. And as young entrepreneurs they face an uphill creative battle.

#keepcreating #creativity #creative #marketing #advertising #entrepreneur