3 Episodes of the Carnegie Mellon College of Fine Arts Lab A6 Podcast
The CFA Lab A6 Podcast Collection was created in 2009 as part of the NIME ( New Interfaces for Musical Expression) Conference hosted by the Carnegie Mellon School of Music. The following episodes were hosted by Marge Myers, Associate Director of the Studio for Creative Inquiry, and discussed projects from previous STUDIO fellows.
The Pittsburgh Creativity Project Makes Impact
Interview with Teresa Foley from the Pittsburgh Creativity Project. The Project created new initiatives to support the local artistic community and was housed within the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University.
Life On The Ohio River
Listen to Carolyn Lambert’s story of a pontoon-boat journey down the Ohio River. This podcast explores the project Life on the Ohio River through her experiences as well as recollection of extensive interviews with the colorful residents of the small river towns. The host and guests discuss the project from different perspectives of art, history, and environmentalism.
Guest Carolyn Lambert, fellow at the Studio for Creative Inquiry and Ben Houston, co-director, Oral History Project, Center for Africanamerican Urban Studies & The Economy.
echo::system – The Desert
Artist Grisha Coleman, previous fellow at the STUDIO and guest host Stephanie Batiste, professor for English and Black Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara discuss Coleman’s art installation and performance, echo::system – The Desert. In the performance Coleman and collaborators recreates the desert environment, which serves as a backdrop for a futuristic tale of a mythological society. Co-Hosted by Marge Myers.