BW – EP48: A Blindfolded Evening at BAM With Bittersuite

BW – EP48: A Blindfolded Evening at BAM With Bittersuite

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In Breaking Walls Episode 48, experience an evening unlike any other at BAM with BitterSuite, a fully immersive concert experience with one catch—the participating audience is blindfolded, touched, danced with, fed, and loved by a complete stranger.   I got to experience this first hand. Today you can too, through on-the-scene conversations with Bittersuite creator Stephanie Singer, and participant Stephanie Guzman!     For more information about Bittersuite please go here - www.bittersuite.org.uk   The Brooklyn Academy of Music's website - www.bam.org   Stephanie Guzman was a guest on Breaking Walls in episode 32 with tips on how to destress in the new year - Thewallbreakers – Bw-ep32-artist-stephanie-guzmanways-to-destress-in-the-new-year   Subscribe to Breaking Walls in itunes -itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-w…id924086880?mt=2 Follow The Wall Breakers on Soundcloud - @thewallbreakers
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BW – EP47: The Radio Chronicles—Travel In Time To 12.7.1941 With Actual Radio Broadcasts

BW – EP47: The Radio Chronicles—Travel In Time To 12.7.1941 With Actual Radio Broadcasts

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In Episode 47 of Breaking Walls, we introduce a new sub-series to Breaking Walls called, The Radio Chronicles. It’s the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In honor of this momentous day we travel back in time using actual radio broadcasts from that day and the days which followed, to take the temperature of a nation and a world at war.   Voices heard include: Orson Welles, Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, Raymond Edward Johnson, Superman/Clark Kent, Fibber McGee & Molly, John Barrymore, and more... (more…)
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BW – EP46: How To Live, Laugh, and Love—Corporate Art & Design Consultant Elle Neale

BW – EP46: How To Live, Laugh, and Love—Corporate Art & Design Consultant Elle Neale

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In episode 46 of Breaking Walls, we sit down with corporate art & design consultant Elle Neale for a conversation about the ways she’s learned to live, laugh, and love by setting intentions and releasing herself from the burden of expectations. It’s a great chat for Thanksgiving week!   Highlights Elle’s upbringing in New York City What it’s like for Elle to be part of RareCulture, her family’s business A specific moment Elle learned—the hard way—to trust her intentions What Thanksgiving means to Elle What she truly is thankful for this time of year What those of us who feel stuck in position in life can do to grow (more…)
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BW – EP45: The League Of Creative Introverts—Designer Cat Rose

BW – EP45: The League Of Creative Introverts—Designer Cat Rose

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In episode 45 of Breaking Walls, we sit down with Brighton, UK-based designer Cat Rose for a conversation about The League of Creative Introverts—a creative community headed by Cat (http://www.thecreativeintrovert.com/lci/) and how Cat has used conscious gratitude to improve the way she sees the world.   Highlights Include: What is The League of Creative Introverts and what gave Cat the inspiration to start it How the league can help you if you’ve been feeling insecure about putting your art out there How Cat managed to leave her agency job and strike out on her own as a full-time freelance graphic designer How Cat’s been finding clients in her community The benefit to writing down things we’re grateful for every day Why Cat keeps a journal How far ahead she plans…
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BW – EP44: Dr. Seuss On Crack—Illustrator Cheryl Gross

BW – EP44: Dr. Seuss On Crack—Illustrator Cheryl Gross

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In Episode 44 of Breaking Walls, we sit down with Illustrator and illustration professor Cheryl Gross for a conversation about how she uses fear as a catalyst in her art. Highlights Include: • The significance of Cheryl’s melting-pot upbringing in a Brooklyn that can be a polarizing place to grow up in •Cheryl’s earliest memories of art and recollections about her childhood •Why she believes her work being labeled as the equivalent to “Dr. Seuss on crack” is a compliment •What is the Z-Factor? From where does it come? •How fear has played a roll in Cheryl’s art •Why she wanted to go back to school and to teach •Thoughts on teaching at Pratt Institute in the 21st century •Where Cheryl is headed and how she stays present (more…)
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