Creators and Guests

Rob Lee
Host
Rob Lee
naturally curious and a storyteller
Appears in 481 episodes
Alyssa Bonk
Guest
Alyssa Bonk
Appears in 1 episode
Bruce Willen
Guest
Bruce Willen
Bruce Willen is a multidisciplinary designer, artist, and the founder of Public Mechanics — a design and art studio working in public and cultural spaces. Prior to Public Mechanics, Bruce co-founded acclaimed design agency Post Typography where he led high-profile projects that have shaped the visual language of Baltimore and beyond. His work has appeared on the covers of Time Magazine, The New York Times, and ESPN and in dozens of design books and periodicals, including a Post Typography monograph. He is the co-author of the book Lettering & Type and has written for the Washington Post, Design Observer, and other publications.
Appears in 1 episode
Chef Neill Howell
Guest
Chef Neill Howell
Appears in 1 episode
Chelsea Gregoire
Guest
Chelsea Gregoire
Appears in 1 episode
Davóne Tines
Guest
Davóne Tines
Davóne Tines is an American operatic bass-baritone, known for creating roles in new works and for his collaborations with director Peter Sellars.
Appears in 1 episode
Ekaterina Popova
Guest
Ekaterina Popova
Ekaterina Popova is an award-winning artist born in Russia, known mostly for her original oil paintings of interiors. Ekaterina received a Bachelor's in Fine Art from Kutztown University in 2011 and since then has been exhibiting her work internationally. She is interested in expressive work exploring mood and emotion and is influenced by post-impressionism, fauvism, magical realism, which has enabled her to examine the subject of home, place, belonging, and identity over the past decade.
Appears in 1 episode
LaDawn Black
Guest
LaDawn Black
Appears in 1 episode
Lewinale Havette
Guest
Lewinale Havette
Appears in 1 episode
Terry Thompson
Guest
Terry Thompson
Terry Thompson, a self-taught American artist, born in Chicago, Illinois and currently based in Baltimore, Maryland. He also well-known veteran club dj/producer/promoter with releases on the London, UK record label Defected
Appears in 1 episode
William Jones
Guest
William Jones
William Jones is a historian, Afrofuturist, author, speaker and educator. Afrofuturism is a multi-media cultural genre that wields elements of science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy, and even a little magic to address both the real-world issues facing black people in the present day, and to re-examine and offer up a better way to see ourselves in the future, both in fiction and in reality. It encompasses the world of sci-fi and fantasy culture from a black perspective, and encourages a breaking down of current, outdated, and widely accepted paradigms to promote a more fully realized and complex black experience. Afrofuturism is intersectional, and, at its heart, about representation and fighting erasure through a kind of cultural activism.
Appears in 1 episode

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