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Public gatherings are out of the question at least through April. Many traditional ways of enjoying the arts are out of play now. But across the country – and right here in the Pikes Peak Region – artists are finding creative ways to continue playing their important role in society.
Tamara Nisbeth is an impassioned chef, 22 years seasoned, (no pun), and the radiant proprietor of Reggae Pot Express; a authentic Jamaican Food eatery nuzzled at the cross-section of North Academy, and East Woodmen Road.
Cody Oldham is a professional wildlife and landscape painter who lives with his family — and several mountain lions that Cody’s dad rehabilitates for return to the wild — on 20 acres in the mountains of Colorado. As you will hear in this conversation, Cody also is a rather precocious 15-year-old.
“I am a professional dancer, and I own a studio. I teach anywhere from beginner level to pre-professional adult dancers in various styles of Latin dances. We are getting more into pop and more traditional dances like ballet, modern, Brazilian and break dancing. The overall goal is to diversify the curriculum to give people a wide range of body movement. View more
A thought-provoking interview with the cast, director and producer of Puerto Rican Nocturne, THEATREdART’s groundbreaking premiere of a new play by local Puerto Rican playwright Jonathan Marcantoni.
You might have seen Gregg Deal or his work at some point in the past decade or more, and not known it. Gregg gives us a ton of food for thought in a short time here. Let’s get to it.
After nearly three years and publishing 75+ interviews on this site in a text-based, Q&A format, Humanitou is transitioning to podcast. Right now.
Kailani Dobson is a local installation artist with a background in movement-based works and a love for film and textiles. She is passionate about making dance more accessible by taking performances off the stage and exclusively performing in galleries and public spaces.
This is Part Two of the two-part interview with me, Adam Williams, the creator of Humanitou. In this second part, we go deeper in talking about Humanitou itself. We get into the why behind its creation and my singular experience of nearly three years’ running with it. We also talk about what I see in the future for Humanitou. A hint: The future of View more
I have written little about myself, as the creator of Humanitou, on this site. After I interviewed Yves Sturdevant for Humanitou in June 2019, she said she was curious to know something of my story. She proposed getting together again so she could interview me. I said yes.