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Humanitou shines light on humanness and creativity through one-on-one conversations with artists and other all-around amazing humans. Humanitou founder and creator, Adam Williams, and guests explore the full range of the human experience.
Brother is the owner of two restaurants in Colorado Springs: Four by Brother Luck and Lucky Dumpling. And he’s got a new project underway, even in the heat of the economic and health crises we’re all living right now, The Lucky Lounge.
Kate is an Emmy®-nominated producer and director, a writer and filmmaker, a television host with Rocky Mountain PBS, and a rock musician — currently in the band, Spirettes — who has performed, recorded and toured near and far with her music.
Today, Adam's talking with Jessica Patterson, a teacher, writer and yoga therapist … among other things. She is the founder, owner and director of Root Center for Yoga & Sacred Studies in Colorado Springs, and continues to teach nationally and internationally, as well.
In this episode of the Humanitou Podcast series, Adam talks with singer-songwriter and musician Joe Johnson, a storyteller that learned at the sides of homegrown orators on the porches of Southern Mississippi.
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.
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.
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.
Vanessa Little teaches, artfully. When Vanessa sat with Humanitou as part of the ArtPOP Series, she shared about loss and grief, and how and why she shines her light in spite of those experiences of darkness. With a smile. An artist. A mathematician. A teacher.