cho: wulfchild

cho: wulfchild

43: cho, wulfchild, discusses the making of El Fin, constructing a life in art, the role of higher education, friendship, fashion and social media.

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Nightstones

Nightstones

42: Nightstones is an up and coming Minneapolis band with a wonderful EP, Muted Faces, available now. Antoine, Lucas, Freya and Bob (excluding Ramone, who was on a date) discuss their incredible five years as a group and highlight what's in store.

Hippo Campus: DeCarlo Jackson

Hippo Campus: DeCarlo Jackson

41: DeCarlo Jackson is a freelance musician from St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition to performing and collaborating with Hippo Campus, Allan Kingdom, Nazeem and Spencer Joles, Trio Milieu, etc, he's worked as a Program Associate at the Walker West Music Academy. DeCarlo is a fellow graduate of SPCPA.
We discuss building a career in music, touring, education, social media, responsibility and more.

Murad in Adams Hill Park

Murad in Adams Hill Park

Episode 40: Chance shares an update about his nomadic lifestyle, then talks to young Twin Cities Artist Murad about drawing, film, Russia, meditation, social media, and more.

The Story of Dave's Guitar

The Story of Dave's Guitar

39: Dave Rogers owns one of the largest independent guitar stores in the country, showcasing thousands of guitars at any given time. 
Located in La Crosse, WI, the shop just celebrated its 35th Anniversary, dating back to 1982 when Dave rented 400 square feet in a vacant dental office.
Without formal business education, armed only with a passion for all things guitar, Dave has grown his dream into a place that people now travel miles to experience.
Dave's Guitar has done business with ZZ Top, REO Speedwagon, The Eagles, Eddie Vedder, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton...the list goes on and on.

A Modern History of Art in MN

A Modern History of Art in MN

37: Laura Zabel, Executive Director of Springboard for the Arts, Bush Foundation Fellow, Visionary Leader

We discuss the strengths and weaknesses of local systems and institutions, focusing specifically on the 2008 Legacy Amendment, which laid the foundation for our arts culture today.

Civic Engagement and Third Places

Civic Engagement and Third Places

36: Dr. Richard Kyte, Director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University, Author, Columnist for the La Crosse Tribune

We discuss the steady erosion of civic engagement in America, from voting to participation in service organizations and volunteering. We look at the symptoms and causes of this decline and discuss ways to restore health by reversing that trend, some of which the youth have already set into motion.

Dear White People's Jemar Michael

Dear White People's Jemar Michael

Fellow SPCPA alumni Jemar Michael (Dear White People, Life in Pieces) joins Chance for a conversation on life in Los Angeles. He talks about making the transition to the city, including how to make connections and land jobs. We touch on fashion, body image, and more.

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