Alabama Public Radio สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม

ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Itunes Google+ This week, songwriter, musician, and performer Earl “Peanutt” Montgomery talks with Community Arts Program manager Deb Boykin. Mr. Montgomery shares his memories of growing up in a musical family, recalling that he learned to write songs because his mother challenged him to emulate one of his older brothers. Like a number of musician…
 
This program is a rebroadcast of Joey Brackner, Director of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, interviewing Alabama native, and renowned artist, William Christenberry at his home in Washington D.C in 2007. William Christenberry died Monday, November 28, 2016 in Washington, DC at the age of 80. The program is the second of two interviews wi…
 
This program is a rebroadcast of Joey Brackner, Director of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture, interviewing Alabama native, and renowned artist, William Christenberry at his home in Washington D.C in 2007. William Christenberry died Monday, November 28, 2016 in Washington, DC at the age of 80. This is the first of two interviews with Chris…
 
ASCA Visual Arts Program Manager Elliot Knight talks with Alabama visual artist Chintia Kirana about her artistic inspirations and career as well as her role as Editor in Chief for Expose Art Magazine. Chintia was born in Indonesia, but grew up in Montgomery and recently returned to Alabama’s Capitol City after moving away to earn her Masters of Fi…
 
Arts in Education Program Manager, Diana Green, visits Good Hope High School, where English Teacher, Anita Richter, coordinates a school wide poetry recitation competition. This is Phase One of Alabama’s Poetry Out Loud program, and the winner of this competition moves forward to a regional competition and then to ASCA’s state finals at the Alabama…
 
This program is a rebroadcast of a 2005 interview by Anne Kimzey with musicians Cast King and Matt Downer from Sand Mountain. Guitarist and songwriter Cast King and his former band The Country Drifters recorded with Sun Records of Memphis in the 1950s. Matt Downer, a young musician, worked with Mr. King for a few years to learn his guitar style and…
 
This program is a repeat from 2015 of Visual Arts Program Manager Elliot Knight interviewing ASCA Visual Arts Fellowship Recipient Curtis Benzle about his work as a porcelain artist and teacher. This special radio series will air every Tuesday at 8 to 8:30 P.M. central, on the Troy Public Radio Network at: WTSU 89.9 (Montgomery and Troy) WRWA 88.7 …
 
Deborah Boykin talks with Al Head, ASCA Executive Director and Nick Spitzer, host and producer of American Routes, heard on Saturday nights on Troy Public Radio. They discuss working together in Louisiana when Al, as Executive Director of the Louisiana State Council on the Arts, hired Nick as the agency’s folklorist. Other topics include the growth…
 
Anne Kimzey, folklorist with the Alabama State Council on the Arts, interviews Byzantine-style iconographer Elias Katsaros of Huntsville about his long career decorating the sanctuaries of more than 40 Orthodox churches across the country. Mr. Katsaros is a master artist with the State Arts Council’s Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program and is passing …
 
Itunes Google+ This program is a rebroadcast of pianist John Davis talking with Community Arts program manager Deborah Boykin about his interest in the music of Blind Tom, a 19th Century composer who was born a slave in Columbus, Georgia and who went on to tour the country playing his compositions in opera houses, concert halls, and other performan…
 
Barbara Edwards, Deputy Director, interviews Peter Prinz, ASCA’s 2016 Arts Administration Fellowship recipient. Peter talks about his work at Space One Eleven and Space One Eleven’s participation in the Nonprofit Finance Fund’s Change Capital in the Arts program. This program helps arts organizations adapt their programming, operations and finances…
 
This program is a repeat of a 2009 interview with Bluegrass musician David Davis talking to Deborah Boykin about his musical influences, including shapenote singing, Charlie Louvin, and his uncle, Cleo Davis, one of Bill Monroe's original Bluegrass Boys. He also discusses his experiences as leader of the Warrior River Boys, one of Alabama's most pr…
 
Deb Boykin talks with Aaron Head, Gallery Manager at Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment in Huntsville. Aaron describes the on-going activities at Lowe Mill, including the studios where working artists demonstrate their techniques and sell their work, the Concerts on the Dock, and the exhibitions and gallery talks he curates. This special radio series…
 
This program is a repeat from 2015 of Buddy Palmer, President and CEO of Create Birmingham, talking to Community Arts Program Manager Deb Boykin about the ways in which his organization has become more responsive to opportunities presented by the city’s growing creative economy. This special radio series will air every Tuesday at 8 P.M. Central, on…
 
Itunes Google+ Barbara Edwards, Deputy Director, interviews Sidney Hoover, executive director of Alabama Communities of Excellence about their program which assists small communities strengthen their long-term economic success and how the arts can be involved in the process. This special radio series will air every Tuesday at 8:00 to 8:30 P.M., on …
 
This week, blues performer Carroline Shines Edwards joins Deb Boykin to talk about her songwriting, singing, and her work teaching children to sing and play blues music. She discusses growing up with her father, the legendary Johnny Shines and the upcoming Johnny Shines Festival she produces each year in his honor. This special radio series will ai…
 
This program is a repeat of Steve Grauberger talking to Alabama Public Television (APT) Executive Producer Chris Holmes and Alabama Center for Traditonal Culture Director Joey Brackner about their television project called Journey Proud. The third season of Journey Proud is currently playing on APT. Chris and Joey talk about their program and eleme…
 
Bob Sanders began his career in radio in 1955. He recently celebrated 60 years in the radio business. This program is an interview Folklife Specialist Steve Grauberger did in 2005 with WAUD Auburn Radio Station announcer Bob Sanders. Bob recently retired after 60 years on the air. The show is the second of two programs that feature Bob Sanders read…
 
Photo by Robert Noles Bob Sanders began his career in radio in 1955. He recently celebrated 60 years in the radio business. This program is a repeat of a 2005 interview Folklife Specialist Steve Grauberger did with WAUD Auburn Radio Station announcer Bob Sanders. Bob recently retired after 60 years on the air. This program is one of two shows that …
 
This program gives a short history of the Sacred Harp and includes music from four Alabama based shape-note singing books, the Denson and Cooper revisions of The Sacred Harp, The Christian Harmony and The Colored Sacred Harp. On July 21st, 2016 the 30th Annual Capital City Four-Book Shapenote Singing, located at the Loeb Center in Old Alabama Town …
 
Yvette Jones-Smedley interviews Michael Medcalf who presently serves as the Director of the BFA/Dance Program and an Assistant Professor of Dance at Alabama State University in Montgomery, AL. With over thirty years of experience in the field of dance, Mr. Medcalf continues to actively seek out challenging and engaging artistic and educational oppo…
 
Wayne Flynt This program is a rebroadcast of ACTC director Joey Brackner interviewing preeminent Alabama historian Dr. Wayne Flynt about his book Alabama in the Twentieth Century. In the interview Dr. Flynt outlines the significant cultural contributions of Alabamians during the late century. Wayne Flynt is the Distinguished University Professor of…
 
Performing Arts Program Manager Yvette Jones-Smedley talks to Sarah Walker Thornton, Artistic Director for the Cloverdale Playhouse in Montgomery, Alabama. They discuss Thornton's background as an actor and director and various programs and projects currently at the Cloverdale Playhouse. This special radio series will air every Tuesday at 8:30 to 9…
 
When Joey Brackner visited the Black Belt Folk Roots Festival in Eutaw, Alabama he talked to festival organizers, craft artists and a Fayette County step group that performed at the event. This re-aired progam is to help promote the 2016 festival to be held Aug 27-28 on the Old Courthouse Square in Eutaw, Alabama. Listen first hand using the link b…
 
In this program, Diana Green, Arts in Education (AIE) program manager at ASCA, talks with Deb Boykin about her work. In addition to the AIE grants program, they discuss Poetry Out Loud, the Visual Arts Achievement Program, and the Collaborating Artist Program, which brings artists into the school to work with children and teachers, integrating the …
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน

Google login Twitter login Classic login