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artist – i want what SHE has

313 Admiral Grey “The Human Dream Project”

Admiral Grey is a multidisciplinary artist and performer whose new work, The Human Dream Project, records people describing dreams they have had, and then illustrates the recordings using colorful, surreal puppetry and original music.A multimedia project that continues to expand, Admiral developed a hotline for the project so that people can call in their dreams 24 hours a day, and has plans to create dream phone booths around the world where people can call in from. She has also made stop motion videos illustrating dreams, as well as colorful and absurd ‘commercials’ for the hotline using live action, puppetry, and animation. The show has had workshop performances locally at Opus 40 and in New York City at St. Ann’s Warehouse, and is now preparing to launch its full length premiere at The Tank in Manhattan in April. The most ambitious Human Dream Project performance to date, the show will illustrate a wide variety of dreams, incorporate countless puppets and setpieces that she makes by hand, include a new score by sound designer and musical director Chad Raines, and will feature a new cast of incredible artists and performers, several of which are Kingston locals.

Today we learn about the conception of the Human Dream Project and why Admiral pours her loving energy into it. We also talk about art making, art as a spiritual practice, dreams, dreams as a shared human experience, the hard parts of being an artist and the rewards, and what Admiral does when she has some down time. Come to her Carnival Party THIS Saturday, February 24th from [7:30]-10:30pm at the Old Dutch Church in Kingston. It’s a fundraiser for her work. There’s a sliding scale entry and then get your tickets for games, food, raffle, and more. Proceeds go to support the Human Dream Project. If you can’t attend, please feel free to make your tax free donation to help make this work happen.

The Human Dream Project runs April 8-28 at The Tank in NYC. Get your tickets here!

Her are links to her Youtube, Instagram and Facebook.

Did I mention that Saturday morning is also a FULL MOON! So peep the wonder Friday and Saturday night. Come to my gong bath on Friday and go to the Dream Carnival on Saturday. Perrrfect timing! Here’s your Full Moon Astrology.

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301 Alicia Mikles “Artist, Performer, Vocalist and Vintage”

Alicia Mikles is an artist, performer, creator, vocalist and yogini who creates sewn three-dimensional fiber works, acrylic paintings, digital drawings, and collage. She is a part of The Goddess Party, a vender at the Red Owl Collective, and is performing with Shana Falana and the Acana at the Local Saugertise on Dec. 1. opening for Sandy Bell. Today, Alicia shares her story… of growing up in Syracuse, performing with the Rainbow Connection, making art, studying art, moving to NYC, life’s lessons, finding love, having babies, mental health, singing, performing, selling vintage, and feeling grateful. 

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Our show music is from Shana Falana!

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296 Phyllis Hjorth “A year in my Mother’s Life” 1924

This week’s show welcomes back Phyllis Hjorth, artist and bodyworker, who shares about her current exhibit, “A year in my Mother’s Life” 1924 currently on exhibit at Taste Buds Cafe in Red Hook with an opening reception this Friday, October 20th from 4-6pm. We get a glimpse into Phyllis’ mom, and more specifically, the side of her that was often forgotten after having her children. Phyllis shows and shares about a few paintings inspired by her mom’s college “yearbook,” and then we get a glimpse into Phyllis’ life, her study of interconnection, the time she spends at Kunzan Palchen Ling, a Tibetan Monastery in Red Hook, and how she got into bodywork. 

My pre-show chat with Warren talks about tips to happiness: confidence, trust the process – letting go, seek out healthy relationships, practice kindness, stay the course…

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285 Guest host Rakel Stammer with printmaker Aurora Brush

In today’s show Rakel, host of Satelite of Love, is sitting in for Theresa, and has invited artist and print maker Aurora Brush into the studio to discuss being a woman in print making, her creative practice and the new community zine Rakel and Aurora, and two other collaborators, have recently launched.

Aurora Brush is an alchemist who uses the processes of print and book making to manifest dreams into reality. They are a queer divinatory artist, tarot deck creator, print and book maker living in Kingston NY.  Aurora is the founder,  editor, and producer of Cosmic Dog House Press, an independent publishing service located here in midtown Kingston! 

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278 Belonging with Marielena Ferrer and Phyllis Hjorth

This month’s Spirituality and Politics show with Marielena Ferrer has us talking about belonging. Inspired by the content of this article, Marielena and I talk about what it means to belong, both in our own lives and as it relates to immigrants who struggle to belong at the most fundamental level. In the second half of the show we are joined by Phyllis Hjorth an artist with an exhibit, “The Neighborhood” now showing at the gallery at the Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall Street, Kingston on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10-3 and by appointment. Phyllis’s exhibit will showcase paintings done circa 2000 when she had her studio in Hudson, NY. There she met the neighbors who she would take photos of and eventually paint. She shares the richness of the experience and what she hopes to inspire by the showing of these impressive paintings from that time. The exhibit is open until July 27th with an artists reception on July 1st from 2-4pm.

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265 “The Art of Living” with Isabel Cotarelo and Marielena Ferrer

On this month’s installment of Spirituality and Politics, Marelena Ferrer and I are joined by Isabel Cotarelo, an artist who’s life experiences express through her work. “The need to modify the contiguous space and the objects in it has always emanated as an irresistible force. The experiences that I have had throughout my life have changed the output of that force. As a Latina growing up in a matriarchal family, the useful craft making process and cooking that bonded members and generated stories and guidance are now part of my story and a repository from where I can launch a new re-invention of self.”

​Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and living and working in Kingston, NY, Isabel studied Fine Art and Counseling, has received numerous grants and awards and exhibited internationally since 1983.

She co-curated the exhibit at the Arts Society of Kingston featuring women from around the globe to Celebrate “HERstory.”

Our conversation weaves through the experiences of being a woman, being raised in a matriarchal family, the importance of spaces for women and Isabel’s own HERstory.

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Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!

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209 Artivists Poet Gold and Suprina “Say Their Names”

Happy New Moon, Lunar New Year, Imbolc and Black History Month!

Today I am honored to welcome The Poet Gold, Artivist, Poet, Author, Teaching Artist and Radio Host, and Suprina, Sculpturist and Artivist. They are collaborators and the Executive Producers of the video “Say Their Names,” premiering February 1st at 7pm eastern. (Poet Gold and Suprina’s interview starts around minute 36)

Like so many Americans The Poet Gold @_poetgold_ and Suprina @suprinasculpture struggled to understand the individual and cultural meaning of the murder of George Floyd. Through ordinary conversation, they found out they were each dealing with this issue in their own arts. Suprina was creating a ghostly and ghastly, ironic representation of the blind goddess of justice, Themis. Poet Gold was writing one of her poelodies addressing American racism and oppression, which ends questioning our individual and communal humanity. Poet Gold asks “What kind of humans are we inside?”

These Hudson Valley friends broadened their original collaboration of a processional performance to producing a video, “Say Their Names,” spanning 500-years of American racism that ends with a hopeful possibility for our future.

The screening is free, but you must RSVP. Afterwards, the audio will be available to download on Bandcamp or at http://www.poetgold.com and a portion of the proceeds will go towards bringing the Soundtrack of Life, an anti-gun violence program by the Sundog Theatre, to the Mid-Hudson Valley.

 Our conversation weaves through the subjects of hope, forgiveness, shame, justice, white privilege, and happiness. I hope you will consider supporting and shouting out their work!

And here’s the Art and Social Justice show Suprina mentioned happening through March 13th in Woodstock. Reception: Saturday, February 19 | 4-6pm.

And earlier in the show I shared the New Moon Report from Tanaaz at Forever Conscious and Refinery 29’s Report.

For those of you who want to do something to celebrate Imbolc, this website is really great!

Thanks to Ian Seda from Radio Kingston for engineering today’s show!

Our show music is from Shana Falana !!! We heard these additional songs during the show. Sorry, not boycotting Spotify at this time.

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#186 Jayla Kai “Debut EP Epitome”

Jayla Kai grew up in Woodstock, a town synonymous with the pureness of music. It evokes a togetherness where the community has each other’s back and the culture is almost symptomatic of its people (Dylan, Bowie, Van Morrison, Levon Helm). Kai cites a handful of local musicians who have served as key mentors to her. Kieran Hebden (Four Tet), is one of these key mentors who has inspired and encouraged her. Kai’s Debut EP, Epitome, is out now following the release of her crunching single Apple Tree and Kai’s introductory track, I Can’t Lie. As far as opening bows go, Epitome EP is as confident as you’ll hear. It’s the sound of an artist quickly in-tune with her writing and finding a distinct voice that is completely her own. The songs she shares here are sharp, literate, and expressive on an EP that zips and shuffles; all melody and poetry. Epitome is a bold statement of intent. Listen to “Epitome” by Jayla Kai here: https://awal.ffm.to/epitome

On today’s show she shares about finding her creative instinctive voice, the making of her debut EP, making music, performing and staying authentic as life and career evolves. We heard the songs, Paperread, Apple Tree, and I Can’t Lie from “Epitome.”

Here’s where to learn more about The Hoot!

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Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!

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#183 Nina Isabelle – Artist, Thinker, Observer

Today’s guest is the profoundly talented Nina Isabelle. She is a process based artist working with perception, action, language, and phenomena. Her practice is a method to sort and solve the inconsistencies of language, memory, and form, and she makes paintings, drawings, photographs, video, sculpture, sound, performance and writing as inquiry into how sensory perception functions as the impetus for action, reaction, response, and choice making in art and life.

Her work has been presented at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in New York City, The Queens Museum as part of Emergency Index Documentation Discussion, Judson Memorial Church, Grace Exhibition Space, and ABC No Rio in Exile at Bullet Space in NYC with Feminist Art Group, as well as at Para//el Performance Space and The Ear in Brooklyn, NY. Internationally her projects have been presented at Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Gimpo, South Korea, The Unstitute in Catalunya, Spain, Bangkok Underground Film Festival in Thailand, and NA Gallery in South Korea. Nationally her work has been shown at The San Diego Art Institute, The New School’s exhibition at The Bushwick Collective, Roman Susan in Chicago, IL, and CX Silver Gallery in Brattleboro VT, among others.

In 2018 she founded Three Phase Center for Collaborative Art Research & Building in Stone Ridge, NY where she facilitates, collaborates with, and documents the work of process based conceptual and performance artists. She’s continually motivated to work, present projects, facilitate, and collaborate with artists and idea people of any sort.

Today we talk about her upbringing be tossed in the air lots by acrobats and gymnasts and how her childhood set her up for being unmotivated by external validation or approval. This made for challenges in school, but seems to allowed for a vibrant life where she is guided by what is fun and fulfilling. We discuss some of the pursuits of her art in solving inconsistencies in language, memory and form, how perception is imperfect and malleable and several intersections between her work and thought processes and quantum physics. I try to keep up!

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Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!

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#173 Kat Hunt “The Akashic Records of Fire”

Kat Hunt is an artist and mystic who has been working in the the unseen realms for the past decade. She received her Akashic Records training and certifications from Christina Cross, longtime apprentice to Linda Howe. She is a founder of Moon Church, the feminist spiritual collective, and led women’s rejuvenation circles at Bushwick’s Otion Front Studio. Before shifting her focus to art and service, Kat worked as a strategist and consultant for big and small companies, including the United Nations, the New York Times, Facebook, Nike, and many more. Kat lives and works on bluestone mountain near Woodstock, New York, the traditional homelands of the Lenape.

Kat recently opened the Records of Fire during one of her Instagram Live offerings. It sparked a lot of internal inquiry for me that I wanted to dig a bit deeper and am grateful Kat was able to make the time to join me on today’s show, to talk about Fire and Desire ,and to re-open the records for further inquiry. Let us know how this landed for you!

We heard the song “Burn” by Katherine Aplin.

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