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Studio 145 produces podcasts featuring interviews about current affairs through the artistic lens. Meant to start a deeper conversation, Studio 145 stokes creativity in how we think about some of the most pressing issues of our day, and how we might approach them differently and more effectively.

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Light a Candle
Wed, 01/11/2017

LIGHT A CANDLE is an Inauguration Day performance festival featuring a variety of short performances, as well as a display of stunning visual art, to inspire, entertain, and provoke thought towards the role of both the individual and the community in building and maintaining a united America.  Creators Chuk Obasi and Kate Holland offer insight on the festival's inspiration and expectations.

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Intersections Play Reading Series
Mon, 12/05/2016

An inside look at the four works set to be presented at the Intersections Play Reading Series.  Participating artists (Playwrights Emma Goldman-Sherman and Gabrielle Maisels and actors Althea Alexis and Chrissy Etienne) talk with IPRS producer Chuk Obasi about the unique power of their plays/screenplay.  Featuring the music of Eugene Friesen.

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Nichole Marinaccio
Wed, 12/14/2016

Nichole Marinaccio is a forever student of the creative process. She works as an Art Director, visually telling the stories of others through a variety of print and digital projects. In this week's podcast, she and Fred Johnson discuss the importance of artistic expression.

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Donovan Christie
Thu, 11/10/2016

Donovan Christie, Jr. is an actor and artist. In this podcast Christie and Farid Johnson attempt to answer the question: What is your definition of an artist? The two also discuss Christie's role in the Uniform Justice Project.

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Neath Williams
Tue, 10/18/2016

Neath Williams is Co-founder of The Society of Artistic Veterans. In this podcast, Williams and Fred Johnson discuss his organization's mission and purpose, and veterans' artistic journeys.

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Aquaila Barnes
Tue, 10/11/2016

Aquaila Barnes is a seasoned playwright, poet, and storyteller who is also passionate about politics.  In this week’s podcast, Barnes and Fred Johnson discuss her newest work, "The Cost" - a play about a family in politics – which is inspired by events surrounding the 2008 election.

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Ali Dineen
Fri, 09/30/2016

Studio 145 Live kicked off on Sept. 22, 2016 with singer/songwriter Ali Dineen, recently featured at Service Together's Soundtrack of War concert. Listen to her music and engaging interview.

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Julia Patinella
Tue, 09/20/2016

Julia Patinella is a multilingual singer and songwriter. Julia reflects on her experience as a first-generation American female, her passion for social justice in response to issues of intimate partner violence, and how she tells these stories.

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Dr. Lise Janelle
Fri, 09/16/2016

Dr. Lise Janelle is a Spiritual Coach who helps people achieve extraordinary success through proven leading edge mind/body techniques. In this podcast we discuss the importance of gratitude and grace in overcoming personal obstacles.

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Kate Bristol
Fri, 08/05/2016

Kate Bristol is a gifted performer and voice actor, who we had the pleasure and benefit of working with here at Intersections. She shares with us a joyful overview of the wonderful world of voice characterization as we explore the power of language and how it shapes imagery in our minds.

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Soundtrack of War Recording
Tue, 07/26/2016

This recording showcases the incredible talent of those artists who were featured in the Soudtrack of War Concert in April 2016. The concert, hosted by Service Together and Arts & Humanities Programs, invited veterans, civilians, and musicians to discuss the role of music in times of war and to answer the question: Where is the soundtrack to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? This recording showcases the incredible talent of those artists.

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Mary Button
Tue, 07/05/2016

Mary Button, creator of religious art, photographer, theologian and social justice activist shares her inspiring story of faith, art and social justice.

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