A Conversation with J.M. Giordano: Activism and the Story of '13-23

In this compelling episode of The Truth in this Art Podcast ๐ŸŽ™๏ธ, we sit down with renowned photojournalist J.M. Giordano. We talk about the intricate relationship between activism and art in Baltimore, anchored by his seminal book "13-23." 

What to expect:

๐Ÿ” Dive into the ethics of balanced storytelling as J.M. discusses how he captures both the triumphs and struggles within Baltimore's activism scene.
๐Ÿ“ธ Learn about the collaborative essence in Giordano's work, especially the transformative feedback from budding photographers at the Baltimore School for the Arts.
๐ŸŒ Engage in a broader dialogue about the role of community voices in crafting impactful art.
๐ŸŽฏ Enjoy a quick-paced rapid-fire segment where J.M. Giordano gets candid, revealing the one-word secret to successful collaboration: "equality."

Don't let this riveting Conversation pass you by. Click the link below to subscribe, and let's explore the intersection of activism and art together. ๐ŸŽงโœŒ๏ธ

Catch J.M. Giordano's previous episode with us here.

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Creators and Guests

Rob Lee
Rob Lee
The Truth In This Art is an interview series featuring artists, entrepreneurs and tastemakers in & around Baltimore.
J.M. Giordano
J.M. Giordano
An acclaimed Baltimore-based photojournalist, is known for his captivating work documenting the city's nightlife for over two decades. His book, "We Used to Live At Night," has received widespread recognition and offers a fascinating glimpse into Baltimore's vibrant nocturnal scene.
A Conversation with J.M. Giordano: Activism and the Story of '13-23
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