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The Arts Scene

The best Baltimore City's visual arts, dance, theatre and music will be covered here.

Local Channel/Arts show schedule:

International Arts Discussions on the performing arts in the US and abroad.
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Graham Schmidt, Artistic director of Breaking String Theatre Company (30:00) in Austin Texas talks about his theater company and the Baltimore-Austin Texas collaboration to bring high tech to the performing arts, including streaming live performances.
Link: The Breaking String Theatre Company

Show 2: Robert Matney, web developer, actor, technical designer- Hidden Room Theatre, Austin. TX
Part 1 (27:09) ?Part 2 (31:41)
Baltimore- Austin Texas collaboration- integrating technology into live theatrical performances
Link: Robert Matney on Twitter

Show 3: Coni Koepfinger & Joe Izen talk about their musical SINGULARITY (40:00) which seeks to create a bridge between science and art, from inception to the hopes for a 2015 Broadway opening.
Link: Facebook S I N G U L A R I T Y ?A Brave New Musical

Show #4: Abigail Rockwell, a New York singer who specializes in international torch songs (38:26) talks about her career.
Link: Abigail Rockwell

Show # 5: Robert Matney, a social web marketer & founding co-Artistic Director of Whirligig Productions (40:00) in Austin, Texas, returns to update his work with integrating technology with live theatrical performances
Link: Whirligig Productions

Arts, Music & Culture in Baltimore
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Fells Point music group Without a Net perform (49:15)

Show 2: Baltimore based visual artist Maxine Taylor (21:36), with assistant Tiffani J. Church talk about the evolution of her work
Link: Maxine Taylor

The Baltimore Song written by Chris Riehl (4:14)

Show 3: Rob Macdonald, President of Thought Leaders Marketing (35:41) and award-winning columnist for the Baltimore Business Journal talks about his career and his passion for pursuing the heart of a story in his creative writing and reporting.
Links: Thought Leaders Marketing

Show 4: Visual Artist, Kathryn Holt (29:00) discusses her career as an artist and teacher and her journey from Denver to Baltimore including her studio at the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

Show 5: Sarah McCann, Executive Director of Baltimore Clayworks (17:00) talks about her work, the venerable ceramic arts center and its future.
Link: Baltimore Clayworks

Show 7: Writer, D. Scott Meek (29:56) talks about his career having served 20 years in the U.S. Navy and currently writing his continuing series of Sesame Swallow, Private Investigator novels.
Links: Twitter: @SesameSwallow ?Facebook:

Show 8: The 2013 Thomas Nast Award winning editorial cartoonist, Kevin Kallaugher (39:00) Kal talks about his 36 year career with the Economist (London) and the Baltimore Sun, his animations and being the current artist-in-residence at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. (39:00)
Link: Kaltoons: The Official Site of Kevin Kallaugher

Show 9: Musician/visual artist Rob Hinkal talks about his career (33:38) including his band ilyaimy and his cross-cultural open mic nights in Baltimore and Takoma Park
Links: I Love You And I Miss You (ilyAIMY) ?Open Mic Nights

Show 10: WBALTV weatherman and Weather Talk host Tony Pann talks about his new children’s book (17:46) "Everything is You".. described as ‘a fantastic ride for children of all ages, that will allow them to build the confidence and self-esteem that all of us strive for and deserve!?br /> Link: Tony Pann

Show 11: Sheridan Costa owner of The Alchemy of Art Gallery and Boutique in Fells Point (50:00) talks about her career and plans for her newly opened gallery
Link: Alchemy of Art Gallery

Show 12: Dan Fesperman, author and former Baltimore Sun reporter talks about his career (43:14) and his 9th novel ‘Unmanned?- a psychologically gripping descent into the eerie realm of drone warfare.
Link: Dan Fesperman

Show 13: Joe Hudson & Tom Wingate of Engineered Fear Productions (27:00) talk about their plans to open up a haunted attraction in October of 2015 in Baltimore
Link: Engineered Fear Productions ?Kickstarter

Show 14: Evan Moritz, artistic director and co-founder of the Annex Theater (45:20) talks about his career and the Le Mondo project, in which several performance companies are renovating three historic buildings on Howard Street into multi-venue experimental performance spaces
Link: Baltimore Annex Theatre

Show 15: Fashion designer, Stacy Stube talks about growing up in Baltimore, her career in Baltimore, London & Bali (20:25), building an international fashion company in Bali, and the launch of her book, Bali Fashion Dream, that chronicles her story
Links: Bali Fashion Dream ?Eliza Fitzgerald Collection

Show # 16: Dr. Joanne Martin, co-founder & President of The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum in Baltimore (38:23), talks about her career and the nation’s first wax museum concentrating on African-American history, life and culture.
Link: Great Blacks in Wax Museum

Veteran Artist Program
Host: Dave Custy

Show 1: Guests Josh Davidson and Jeremy Paris talk about their organization that provides guidance to Veterans who are seeking a career in the arts. (1:09.20)
Link: Veteran Artist Program

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