In addition to highlighting the creative community of Baltimore, The Truth In This Art expands on its mission to include artists, small businesses, and creative communities in cities with a similar spirit to Charm City. The podcast aims to expand storytelling about creativity and culture, emphasizing the importance of documenting and solidifying the contributions of artists into the canon. The podcast highlights how art can help us understand our history, culture, and lives in a way that cannot be achieved through other means.
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Q+A with Curator of Digital and Emerging Practice for the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center Adriel Luis
In this episode, we speak with Adriel Luis, a creative collaborator who works with artists, scholars, and community organizers to bring innovative projects to life. Ad...
Q+A with artist Genna Howard
In this episode of "The Truth in This Art" podcast, host Rob Lee interviews Genna Howard, a talented multidisciplinary artist from New York. Howard's work is known for...
Q+A with artist Alex Schechter (The Truth In This Art Beyond: Philadelphia)
Join us on "The Truth In This Art" podcast as host Rob Lee engages in a captivating conversation with J Alex Schechter, a talented sculptor based in Philadelphia, PA. ...
Q+A with Sommelier Erik Segelbaum
Indulge in a special National Wine Day episode of "The Truth in this Art" podcast, hosted by Rob Lee. Join us as we dive into the world of wine with acclaimed expert E...
Q+A with artist Aaron Nagel
Rob Lee interviews Aaron Nagel, an American painter and former musician, on the Truth in this Art podcast. Nagel was the original trumpet player for punk rock/ska core...