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16 minutes | May 5, 2016
Tucson, Arizona: Ciudad Mundial de Gastronomía (Español)
Invitamos al podcast a Felipe Garcia, Vice Presidente Ejecutivo del Departamento de Servicios para México de Vamos a Tucson. Felipe comparte con nosotros sus pensamientos en la designación de Tucson como Ciudad Mundial de Gastronomía por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, La Ciencia y la Cultura (UNESCO). Felipe habla de de sus lugares favoritos para comer en Tucson, quién está inovando por medio de la comida, y porqué el estatus nuevo de las Ciudades Creativas de la UNESCO es algo que debemos realimentar.
20 minutes | Apr 29, 2016
Tucson, Arizona: UNESCO World City of Gastronomy
We welcome to the podcast, Felipe Garcia, Vice President of Mexico Marketing for Visit Tucson, to share his thoughts on Tucson’s UNESCO World City of Gastronomy designation (the first in the United States). Felipe tells us about some of his favorite places to eat in Tucson, who is innovating through food, and why the city’s new status in UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network is more than a badge of honor. This podcast is a must listen for food lovers, food entrepreneurs, and economic development professionals.
26 minutes | Feb 6, 2016
Can a headband change the way the NFL and other sports detect concussions?
It's GAME TIME! On the eve of Super Bowl 50, we welcome to the Southwest Design Labs podcast, Eric Luster, CEO of Movement Interactive: The brain trust behind the concussion-detection headband, the "Hiji Band". A highly decorated Army Veteran and relentless entrepreneur, Eric talks about his journey through entrepreneurship, academia, and sports science. Learn how this Arizona-based wearable tech company is applying science, technology, and a love of sports to contribute to an emerging body of knowledge.
26 minutes | Sep 2, 2015
Poetry, Physical Space and Creative Collaboration
Recorded at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, we catch up with Executive Director, Tyler Meier, to talk about the intersection between poetry and physical space. A living archive, the Poetry Center is home to exclusive written works, one-of-a-kind photo collections, a vast library of multimedia recordings, and more. So get cozy, grab your favorite pair of headphones and listen to our conversation with Tyler Meier as he walks us through the history of the Poetry Center over the years, and the evolution of poetry from individual art form, to a genre of creative and public collaboration. Plus, learn about the Poetry Center’s exciting lecture series, programs, and new initiatives for 2015-16.
47 minutes | Aug 24, 2015
Interview with Adam Rex
A must listen for children’s literature enthusiasts, illustrator and children’s book author, Adam Rex, joins our podcast to talk about his creative process, spilled pudding, and fat vampires. Just in time for first day of school, Adam also gives us the scoop on his upcoming new book, School’s First Day of School. Recorded from the Worlds of Words children's collection at the University of Arizona’s College of Education, you won’t want to miss a minute of our conversation with Adam Rex.
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