Keeping Focused: It’s Not the Wand It’s the Wizard

Keeping Focused: It’s Not the Wand It’s the Wizard

Aired Saturday, February 4, 2023

Keeping Focused: It’s Not the Wand It’s the Wizard

Show #215

Lisa is primarily an entertainment/beauty retoucher. The key to Lisa’s success is to focus on what matters most to clients and know how to fix issues quickly. Her focus is on things that make big changes, the simple but not easy solutions often provide the best results. Lisa feels very privileged to be working in this photographic industry alongside amazing people. She teaches privately and does group workshops as well. Lisa resettled in LA after a 5-year stint in rural France. She travels back and forth from Los Angeles, Paris, London. Lisa’ approach to the post-photographic process makes her unique among artists who employ and work with technology.

Guests

Lisa Carney, Professional Photographer, Retoucher, and Educator

Black & Latinx Women in STEM: Inspiration in the Face of Injustice

Black & Latinx Women in STEM: Inspiration in the Face of Injustice

Aired Saturday, January 28, 2023

Black & Latinx Women in STEM: Inspiration in the Face of Injustice

Show #214

Talking about Black & Latinx Women in STEM including the idea that artworks can showcase underrepresented people in STEM. What do discouragements and feelings of unbelonging do women in STEM face? Paola became inspired to pursue a project that intersects art with science after she came in contact with first-year Black and Hispanic students who felt a similar discouragement, doubt, or feeling of unbelonging. How can we raise awareness and educate the general public, so that more women will feel free to pursue a career in STEM? We will specifically explore Paola’s, Baindu’s and Jheel’s journey to becoming STEM professionals.

Guests

Paola Ariza, Biochemistry Major, Neuroscience Minor, in Pre-Med, Butler University; Baindu L. Bayon, Ph.D., Principal Consultant, BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting,; Jheel Patel, Ph.D., Neuroscientist at a Biomed Startup in Indianapolis

Black & Latinx Women in STEM: Inspiration in the Face of Injustice

Beyond What the Eye Can See: Deep Sky, Star Trails, Moons, and Galaxies

Beyond What the Eye Can See: Deep Sky, Star Trails, Moons, and Galaxies

Aired Saturday, January 21, 2023

Beyond What the Eye Can See: Deep Sky, Star Trails, Moons, and Galaxies

Show #213

Talking about star trail shooting. Using modern cameras to shoot beyond what the eye can see including the Orion Nebula and Andromeda Galaxy and how anyone with a small telescope can get great pics of the moon with any camera. We will also explore an upcoming event that will connect poets and amateur astronomers to explore the deep skies through images and poems.

Guests

Dr. Andy Gavrin, Physicist; Dr. Fredrick Kleinhans, Astro-photographer; Joyce Brinkman, Poet

Beyond What the Eye Can See: Deep Sky, Star Trails, Moons, and Galaxies

Food and Folklore: A Conversation About Global Food Traditions and Underrepresented Foodways

Food and Folklore: A Conversation About Global Food Traditions and Underrepresented Foodways

Aired Saturday, January 14, 2023

Food and Folklore: A Conversation About Global Food Traditions and Underrepresented Foodways

Show #212

Talking about Tamika’s passion for the outdoors, farming, and global food traditions. We will explore ways to cook healthy foods that reflect culture and family.

Guests

Tamika Francis, Jamaican Chef/Public Health Practitioner

Food and Folklore: A Conversation About Global Food Traditions and Underrepresented Foodways

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