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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.
When Andrew sat with Humanitou, he shared about his experience to enlighten many of us who simply don’t understand what diabetes is and how living with it works. He also talked about advocacy for those without privilege to gain access to … well, life. And he gave a glimpse into his poetry and its power to convey a critical message.
When Kate Hudgens talked with Humanitou, as part of the ArtPOP Series, she shared about her experience with gestational surrogacy and loss of the pregnancy. She talked about finding her way through the subsequent depression and reflected on what she learned about herself in the experience.
When Kitty, 29, sat with Humanitou, she shared about her ongoing journey of self-empowerment, of coming into her own. The path has wound through nursing school, studying art and yoga, and standing up as a cannabis activist. It brought a reckoning with herself and a short stint in jail. What has emerged is a vulnerable and courageous voice.
Gaby Oshiro is an artist who, in recent years, has started giving voice to a heart-rending story. It’s one she held deep within for nearly 40 years.
When Christine sat with Humanitou, she shined light on a culture of silence around illness in black and brown communities. She talked about the obscure and incurable condition she lives with, knowing she already has outlasted her doctor’s prognosis. She is at peace. But she is not interested in being silent.
When Kinsey Zaïre sat with Humanitou, she shared about her continuum of creativity and her appreciation for paradox, about self-love and what she’s learned about authenticity in relationships.
It’s a balance of motion and stillness. So when David opened his studio to Humanitou for a conversation, it too was a dynamic flow among topics of movement and solitude.
When Brian talks about the soulfulness of his connection with photography, it comes from a raw and honest place. He’s 11 years sober, and more than a dozen years clean. Photography has played a significant role in his recovery.
Stephanie Yu carries a story of risk and empowerment, creativity and curiosity. It’s one that extends through multiple generations, continents and cultural divides. When we sat down to talk at Wilder Bag Co., Stephanie’s curated second-hand clothing and handmade jewelry shop in Eclectic CO, we dived into what makes her feel human, vulnerable and View more
Larry reflected on his early days as an artist and cabbie in Chicago during the Sixties and Seventies. He shared his thoughts on the purpose of art, on legacy and ego, and where his art can go when he’s gone.