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do you like pop culture? do you like venting about pop culture? do you like rants? ..... you get the point this podcast is for you! just sit back and let the sounds of Jerry Joseph and Porsha flow like a river of mystical love through your ear holes:) Catch all of are podcast here! check us out on twitter @convocollage Check out our first podcast now! :)
 
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Sollte es mal dazu kommen, dass kein FreiesFeature entsteht, weil das Thema dafür nicht genug Material hergibt, dann kann es sein, dass eine andere Rubrik auftaucht - die CreativeCreativeCommonsCollage. Zum Thema "Zahnbürste" war nicht wirklich ein sinnvoller, hörenswerter, inhaltsschwerer Beitrag zusammenzupuzzeln. Also ...…
 
Wer in Halle mit offenen Augen durch die Stadt geht, wird sie nicht übersehen: Leer stehende Häuser, die alleine schon durch ihren äußeren Zustand den jahrelangen Stillstand bezeugen. Ungenutzter Wohnraum ist ein Problem, das vielerorts herrscht. Vorträge und Demos lenken Aufmerksamkeit auf dieses Thema, einigen Aktivisten reicht das jedoch nicht a…
 
Ostdeutschland wird oft mit rechter Gewalt, Arbeitslosigkeit, Armut und Dialekt assoziiert. Auch 32 Jahre nach der sogenannten Wende halten sich die Klischees über dem Osten und den "Ossis" hart. Das bekommen auch jene zu spüren, die die DDR nur aus Erzählungen kennen: die Nachwendekinder. In der BRD aufgewachsen, aber dennoch oft zu Ostdeutschen g…
 
Bei städtischer Infrastruktur denkt man an Straßen, Bahnschienen, an Belechtung oder Blindenleitsysteme. Doch Infrastruktur bedeutet noch viel mehr und ein großer Teil davon ist für uns kaum sichtbar und verläuft im Untergrund. Wie viele Kilometer Abwassersystem und Versorgungsleitungen liegen unter den Straßen von Leipzig? Und wie ist das alles mi…
 
Am 30. April 2022 jährt sich die Befreiung des Jugend-KZ und späteren Vernichtungsortes Uckermark, einem direkt angrenzenden Außenlager des KZ Ravensbrück, zum 77. Mal.Die Initiative für einen Gedenkort ehemaliges KZ Uckermark e.V. hat über 100 Gruppen und Einzelpersonen drei Fragen gestellt:Weshalb ist Gedenken an die nationalsozialistischen Verbr…
 
Arbeiten ist gefährlich - im Jahr 2019 kamen in Deutschland 626 Personen bei einem Arbeitsunfall ums Leben. Um an die Lohnarbeiter*innen zu erinnern, die durch ihre Arbeit getötet, verstümmelt, verletzt oder erkrankt sind, findet jedes Jahr am 28. April weltweit der Workers’ Memorial Day statt. Unter dem Motto "Remember the dead – fight for the liv…
 
Das feministische Rap-Kollektiv „Gata engrifá“ aus Chile macht politische Straßen-Performances und singt über Gewalt gegen Frauen und soziale Ungleichheit, den Kampf um Selbstbestimmung und das Recht auf Abtreibung. 2018 hat sich die Gruppe gegründet, 2019 und 2020 haben Fernanda Calhueque, Francisca Badilla, Thiare Nine und Francisca Maturana bei …
 
Ein Lachen kann laut oder leise sein. Manche Menschen kichern, während Andere fast brüllen vor Freude. Ein Lachen kann vieles bedeuten. Clara aus der tagesaktuellen Redaktion war unterwegs und hat einige Meinungen zum Lachen eingefangen.Bởi Tagesaktuelle Redaktion (Radio Corax, Halle)
 
Ich bin Pachet Fulmen und ich spreche über Schmerz und Traumata. Dabei lese ich auch aus Büchern vor und benutze Quellen wie das Internet. Inspiration und Quellen:https://www.n-tv.de/leute/buecher/Marina-Abramovic-geht-durch-Mauern-article19118091.htmlHamburger Kunsthalle, Hans Makart und die Salonmalerei des 19. Jahrhunderts Peter A. Levine mit An…
 
Über 40 Redaktionen haben sich 2022 im März bei LORA München am Projekt 'Frauenmonat' beteiligt. Der Höhepunkt war der Equal Pay Day am 07. März und der internationale Frauentag am 08. März. In dieser Sendung wurden Impressionen des Frauenmonats eingefangen. Wir hören Eva Wobbe vom BPW, die erzählt, wie es zum Equal Pay Day kam, Christ Weigl-Schnei…
 
! COPYRIGHT-HINWEIS ! Dieser Beitrag enthält Musikstücke unter Creative-Commons-Lizenz, die frei genutzt werden dürfen, aber eine Namensnennung verlangen. Wenn er gesendet wird, am besten die Titel und Künstler:innen der Stücke (siehe unten) in der An- oder Abmoderation nennen. [TW: Dieser Beitrag enthält Schilderungen einer Betroffenen von sexuali…
 
Der Senat der MLU hat sich in der gestrigen Sitzung bei nur sieben Gegenstimmen dafür entschieden, die Kürzungen weiterzuverfolgen. 15 Millionen Euro fehlen der Universität Halle – jedes Jahr. Mit den vorgeschlagenen Kürzungen soll dieses Defizit angegangen werden. Der Senat will nun am 6. April also über den Verlust von 30 Professuren, 250 Stellen…
 
Auftaktsendung zum Frauenmonat März. Durch unsere Beiträge soll die Vielfalt, der Ideenreichtum und das Engagement rund um den Equal Pay Day und den internationalen Frauentag gezeigt wird. In insgesamt 4 Sendeblöcken geben wir einen Überblick über die Veranstaltungen im März.Bởi Karin Bergs (LORA München)
 
Zum internationalen Frauentag bringt Arbeitswelt im Wandel jedes Jahr ein Thema das Frauen in der Arbeitswelt besonders betrifft. Dieses Jahr gibt es wieder eine Collage, wie schon 2021, zusammengestellt aus vergangenen Sendungen mit den Aussagen von Frauen über aktuelle Themen und die Frage:Hat sich in den letzten Jahren an dem jeweiligen Thema et…
 
A new composition for watching the snow melt, or watching the ice float on the Lake, or to calm the mind as it awaits the future. Always remember, composer Milton Feldman worked at his family’s business (manufacturing children’s coats) until he was forty-four, so work tomorrow isn’t going to be that bad. This piece is the second in a series of work…
 
Hi everyone, today on the show I have Diana Wiley! She is the founder of Handspun Hope, a Rwanda based nonprofit that has a huge mission of improving the health and well being of women and families there. The women that Handspun Hope employs do it all – they take care of sheep, card, dye, spin and felt. What they make is stunning but what is going …
 
Hi everyone, today on the show I have Ashley Mitchell! Ashley has all the super powers – she’s a fitness instructor, an anti-racism and equity advocate and trainer, a blogger through her brand Black Girl Magic Mama and non-profit co-founder. I can’t wait for you to hear about how she how she crafted a life where she gets to do all the things she ca…
 
After an unintended 5 month hiatus, the stopGOstop podcast is back with episode 159. Evanston or Midwest in Midwinter or I don’t understand Mark Rothko is a 14-minute composition featuring field recordings of walking in the snow, a brass quintet, sine waves, and a positive attitude.Bởi john wanzel
 
Today on the show I have Reshma Alfus! Reshma is the founder and creator of Hello Lavender, a company where she designs and makes polymer clay stitch markers and jewelry. In this episode, you’ll hear the long winding and super creative road she took to build her business. As I re-listened what struck and inspired me most is Reshma’s willingness to …
 
Today on the show I have Emma Janet of Bloom and Create. She is a therapist, knitwear designers and soon to be mindfulness collaborator for our upcoming knitalong. She tells us the story behind how she came to knitting and impact it’s had on her – get ready to be inspired. Stick around for the end where I’ll share some detail into what she’ll be di…
 
Episode 158 of the podcast features four field recordings from a weekend out and about (August 21 and 22, 2021). On Saturday, I rode my bike downtown to record outside the Phillies v Padres baseball game. Then, while I was downtown, I walked through the outdoor restaurants/bars in the Gaslamp Quarter. On Sunday, while on the way back from lunch (we…
 
It's been a while since I got on here for a solo episode. Way back when I was more regular about releasing this podcast, I'd get on every 10th episode. My plan is to bring that back! In this episode you'll hear about why it's been tricky for me to release these every week or every other week and why life is pretty darn messy right now!…
 
Today on the show I have Keith Leonard. Keith is the yarn designer and teacher behind Yarn Snob, his own hand dyed line of yarn. Keith tells us the story behind his yarns – how working at a yarn shop organically led into his business. He kept listening to what knitters wanted! I can’t wait for you to hear his top tip for maintaining his sanity thro…
 
I have been thinking a bit about electronic voice phenomenon (EVP), clairvoyance, and ways of hearing outside of the normal lately. This is partially influenced by the book Thought-Forms by Annie Besant and C.W. Leadbeater, written in 1901. In short, the book explores the visual manifestations of thoughts and the notion that they exist as objects. …
 
Today on the show I have Suzan Colon. Suzan is a creativity lover just like I know many of you are - she's an author, creator of meditation (which while dive into), yoga teacher and an artist! I'm excited for you to hear about how she's woven all of her interests into a career and life that brings so much joy. Show notes here.…
 
Today on the show I have Rebecca Whitaker, a creative who dove head first into a weaving career after becoming a mom. She takes us behind the scenes into her journey, book recs and of course her advice on living a creativity life and moving through failure! Show notes here.Bởi Amy Small
 
Can we revisit our past and change it? Jerome wakes up in Omaha, thinking about Jaws, and the summer of 2003. Then, a reporter recounts her experience at an anti-war protest, followed by Jerome talking a bit about the Utah Jazz, Lebron James, and how to make a proper scrambled egg. Summertime features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, …
 
Today on the show I have James N Watts, musician and knitwear designer extraordinaire. From growing up in a creative household, becoming a musician (and playing recorder!), to finding knitting and embracing that absolutely perfect haircut – we cover it all. I can’t wait for you to hear all about this creative journey and maybe most excitingly, Jame…
 
Where do history and memory intersect? Episode five features long sections of fan-fiction involving Ann Rutledge and Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln, as well as more information about the end of the relationship between Jerome and Regina.. Honest features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed…
 
How do past, present, and future change when a loved one dies? Episode four is the story of Remy. It takes place in the forest, and involves the CIA, stress positions, Labor Day, the highway, and an undiscovered country.. The Story of Remy features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and…
 
As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the stopGOstop podcast is releasing parallel projects for each episode. Episode 153 is a character study of Jerome, who is the lens that most of the story is told through. It features the sounds of traffic, riding public transportation, crickets, as well as computer-based guitars, synthe…
 
Have you ever thought about how your job has changed your sense of self? In this episode, Jerome recounts his first job, and how he got the nickname Rome.. SEX DRUGS ROCK THE DEVIL features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and John Wanzel. The program is written, composed, and produced by John Wanzel.…
 
A new sound collage featuring the beginnings of the Iraq war, existential-phenomenological foundations for a science of persons, with tuba, xylophone, clarinet, flute, pulsing feedback, and a field recording of the French countryside recorded in the summer of 2003. . As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be …
 
Today on the show I have Anne LaFollette! After years working in the corporate work and an unexpected layoff, Anne turned to the art supplies that had been collecting dust in her basement. She is now a surface pattern designer and teacher with a thriving business. AND if you're wondering just what surface pattern design is - we are going to get int…
 
What fills in the voids of memory? In episode 2, Jerome interviews Regina about Nick’s death. A discussion about movies and secrets is interspersed with stage directions and the WHO’s report on the global burden of disease. The program concludes with an interview with Tamara. Night Moves features the voice talents of Anna Clark, Brian Taylor, and J…
 
A sound collage featuring: advanced microphone techniques, more about atomic clocks and culture jamming, Channing Philips, ALCO, Carl Jung, and much more. As part of its inaugural season of the Idaho Street Workshop, the podcast will be releasing parallel projects for each episode.Bởi john wanzel
 
What do you remember more, the death of a friend or the death of thousands? The series begins with an interview recounting the summer of 2003 and the death of Nick. The episode then traces Jerome’s family history in the armed forces, the start of the Iraq war, the beginning of Covid-19, and gun violence in Chicago. As part of the first season of th…
 
It starts with an announcement. Episode 150 continues with a sound collage featuring: bike safety, atomic clocks, basketball, the Chicago Style, a bit of chaos, GPS, and featuring synthetic piano, slowed down typing, low notes, and much much more! For more information about my new project please visit idahostreetworkshop.com…
 
Today on the show I have Kelly Brooks, the owner and founder of Knitbrooks. She is a woodworker, and along with her partner they create gorgeous hand carved crochet hooks and knitting needles. She is also a crochet and knitting designer. Kelly takes us behind the scenes into the many evolutions of her business throughout the years to where she is n…
 
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