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In the Arts
63 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Tahney Fosdike speaks with Tinky, an artist known for quirky and tiny street installations. They chat about street art as a medium that helped Tinky channel her creative voice in her mid-40s and the process of discovering a new identity as an artist. Following, they digress into considering the spectrum, purpose and ethics of art in urban landscapes.
65 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
Sound artist/Connor Ross
Tahney Fosdike chats with sound designer, producer and composer, Connor Ross. They discuss sound, traversing its values from community engagement in regional towns to finding an essential place within theatre to uplifting one's ability to appreciate nature. They also talk about the onus on artists to collaborate effectively as well as ensure their work is able to communicate with the public. Stay tuned after our talk to hear some of Connor’s theatre composition.
53 minutes | Mar 18, 2020
Artist & designer/Mikey Ting
Tahney Fosdike speaks with artist and designer Mikey Ting about the risk of burn out when personal worth hinges on creative output, the link between art and mental health and the daunting process of putting on Ting's first exhibition. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Mikey at: Instagram: @mikeyting Website: https://mikeyting.com/
45 minutes | Mar 11, 2020
Tahney Fosdike chats with Chris Beckey; actor, director and writer with over 3 decades of experience with major theatre companies in Australia, currently working with the Danger Ensemble. Together, they talk about Chris' complicated relationship with the arts, the joys of pop music and the reimagining of classics within theatre. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Chris at: Instagram: @beckey_withthegoodhair The Danger Ensemble
73 minutes | Feb 5, 2020
Rapper & poet/Tenda McFly
In this episode, I talk with rapper and spoken word poet Tenda McFly about experimentation with the spoken word, the links between poetry and rap, and the freedom of creating work outside the institution. Keep tuned after the interview to listen to his song Uh-huh, OK. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Tenda at: Instagram: @tendacanfly Website: https://tendacanfly.com/ Youtube: Melbourne Spoken Word- Gladiator Melbourne Spoken Word- A list of things I want to talk about
52 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
I spent this episode with Melbourne-based artist and cartoonist, Gorkie. Created by Sarah Nagorcka, Gorkie is a relatable cartoon centered on the moods of everyday life, living on Instagram with over 100 thousand followers. We talk about how her cartoons are spontaneously created, her anxieties around selling her work, the ethics of working as an artist on Instagram and the effects of climate anxiety on creative people. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Gorkie at: Instagram: @gorkiegork Twitter: @gorkiegork Website: http://www.gorkie.com.au/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gorkie
56 minutes | Jan 22, 2020
Salsa dancer/Mario Acosta-Cevallos
In this episode, I had the pleasure of hanging out with 10x World Salsa Champion Mario Acosta-Cevallos. We talk about what it was like to find his passion and success in dance at a young age, the process of closing one chapter and opening the next within his move from Canada to Australia and muse about intersections of art, body and music, considering the possibilities freedoms and limitations within this art form. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Mario at: Instagram: @marioa_c Youtube: WSS18 - Mario Acosta Cevallos 2nd Place WSS17 - Team Canada, Canada, Small Team Salsa, Final 2nd Place WSS16 Professional Male Same Gender Salsa World Champions Mario Acosta Cevallos & Dioney da Silva WSS16 Professional Male Solo Salsa World Champion Mario Acosta Cevallos
79 minutes | Jan 15, 2020
In this opening episode, I chat with Kaitlyn Plyley, a writer, podcast host and spoken word poet. Kaitlyn has been published by The Lifted Brow, VICE, Daily Life, Seizure, Junkee and The Sydney Morning Herald and writes about living with a disability and pop culture. We talk about the value of travel, the damage of positive thinking, the scarcity mindset of the Australian arts scene and Taylor Swift. Enjoyed the episode? Let me know on Instagram @tahnsuperdry You can find Kaitlyn at: https://kaitlynplyley.com/ https://www.patreon.com/BlytheByName 'An Inconvenience,' Seizure '10 Years On, How I Learnt To Stop Worrying And Love Taylor Swift’s ‘Fearless’,' Junkee
1 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
What does art do for you?
Untangle the arts industry by diving into the worlds of performance, visual art, literature, sound, and design. What goes on in the minds of poets, pole dancers and playwrights? What compels ceramicists, comedians, and cabaret stars? In conversation with host, forever-curious arts writer Tahney Fosdike, people from every corner of the arts discuss the ins-and-outs of their creative passions and careers. In this preview, artists talk about what art does for them. Full episodes launched every week from January 16 Thursday.
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