• Reflections and Insights: Larry Moss

    5 GIU 2024 ·  Join us for the tenth and final episode of this season's Brush With Knowledge, where the tables are turned, and our host, Larry Moss, becomes the guest. Scott Fitzgerald, owner of Roc Vox Recording and Production, takes the interviewer's seat to guide Larry through a reflective journey on his career, the evolution of Teaching Artists ROC, and insights gained through the first season of Brush With Knowledge. Larry shares his passion for interactive and engaging teaching methods, drawing parallels between teaching and experiences in the performing arts. He discusses the role of fate in shaping his life and career, along with the challenges and successes encountered along the way. Tune in as Larry offers advice for aspiring teaching artists, emphasizing the importance of immersive classroom experiences, storytelling, and honing teaching abilities through experimentation. He also delves into the integration of arts and STEM education, highlighting the use of the arts to teach complex concepts through interactive activities. Web sites with more information from this episode: - Larry and his work with Airigami: https://www.airigami.com/ - Larry's most popular STEM program, How to Catch a Mouse: https://www.howtocatchamouse.com/ All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knowledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts.Additional information about this podcast, and links to video and audio versions of this episode can be found at https://brushwithknowledge.com/. Use the contact form at http://brushwithknowledge.com/ to share your feedback, questions, and speaking invitations with Larry and any of the guests that appear on the show. Teaching artist organizations that are affiliated with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    51 min. 7 sec.
  • Teaching Artistry and the Healing Arts: Kristin Rapp

    29 MAG 2024 · In this inspiring episode, we sit down with Kristin Rapp, Executive Director of Flower City Arts Center, to explore the transformative power of art in therapeutic work, community healing, and education. We discuss the center's innovative arts programs for middle school students, veterans, and young entrepreneurs, highlighting the importance of art in addressing community needs and social justice movements. Kris shares personal experiences growing up in a family of educators and the impact it had on their passion for teaching arts. We delve into the challenges and successes of integrating arts and technology into education and the importance of providing more diverse arts programs in schools. Join us as we discuss the positive impact of arts integration on mental health, the need for increased community resources, and the significance of recognizing and supporting teaching artists. Tune in to hear heartwarming success stories of former students and Kristin's vision for creating a hub for creative entrepreneurship and healing in the community. Learn more about Flower City Arts Center and the work Kris does there at https://flowercityarts.org/. All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knowledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts.Additional information about this podcast, and links to video and audio versions of this episode can be found at https://brushwithknowledge.com/. Use the contact form at http://brushwithknowledge.com/ to share your feedback, questions, and speaking invitations with Larry and any of the guests that appear on the show. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    41 min. 25 sec.
  • Empowering Children through Creativity and Grit: Paul Vincent Nunes

    22 MAG 2024 · In this thought-provoking episode of Brush With Knowledge, host Larry Moss welcomes special guest Paul Vincent Nunes to delve into the interconnected realms of music, education, and law. Paul shares his personal journey, highlighting the surprising parallels between practicing law and working with children. Discover the significance of song selection in early childhood education, and learn about the impact of music on a child's future success. The conversation explores the importance of clear communication and storytelling in both legal and educational settings, and discusses the challenges of writing for children. Paul shares his experiences traveling the country to train early childhood educators, the joy of seeing his songs incorporated into their interactions with children, and the value of personalizing songs for genuine connections. Join us as we celebrate the power of music and teaching artistry in shaping young minds and learn how artists can join the cause to make a positive impact on future generations. Learn more about Paul Vincent Nunes, his music, and his availability to speak at conferences at https://www.vincentnunes.com/. All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, and links to video and audio versions of this episode can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Use the contact form at BrushWithKnowledge.com to share your feedback, questions, and speaking invitations with Larry and any of the guests that appear on the show. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    50 min. 13 sec.
  • Uniting Communities and Cultures through the power of storytelling: Almeta Whitis

    8 MAG 2024 · This week, renowned storyteller Almeta Whitis joins host Larry Moss for a captivating discussion on the transformative impact of storytelling. Experience Almeta's unforgettable song of welcome, and discover the significance of this inclusive tradition in creating a warm, inviting environment for audiences. Delve into the cultural connections fostered by storytelling and the profound role art plays in uniting individuals with their communities and ancestors. From exploring personal artistic journeys to reminiscing about shared professional experiences, this episode highlights the universal nature of storytelling and its ability to create a sense of unity and belonging. Listen in as Almeta shares heartfelt anecdotes about the influential figures who have shaped her career and education. Be inspired by her dedication to teaching artistry and her passion for guiding others to find their own creative voices. Don't miss this unforgettable conversation celebrating the power of storytelling and the enduring connections it creates.All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    53 min. 8 sec.
  • From Teaching Artist to Arts Administrator: Jack Langerak

    1 MAG 2024 · oin host Larry Moss and special guest Jack Langerak,  a teaching artist and arts administrator, as they delve into the transformative power of mentorship and collaboration in arts education. In this engaging episode, Jack shares his professional journey and offers valuable insights on the integration of arts into the classroom, the challenges and opportunities for teaching artists, and the importance of seeking funding and grants. Discover warm-up activities to engage groups, and learn from Jack's experiences as he transitioned from teaching to administration. Paying homage to influential teaching artists who have shaped the field, this conversation is a testament to the lasting impact of arts education on individuals and communities.  Don't miss this inspiring episode, and remember—never be afraid to ask for support and grant money to further your artistic vision.All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts.Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    46 min. 2 sec.
  • Transforming Lives Through Art: Ya'qub Shabazz

    24 APR 2024 · Transforming Lives Through Art: A Conversation with Ya'qub Shabazz Join host Larry Moss in an insightful interview with fine artist Ya'qub Shabazz as they discuss the transformative power of teaching artistry on incarcerated youth and society. Ya'qub shares his appreciation for Lois Mailou Jones's work and the influence of music on his art. The conversation delves into the value of art beyond monetary worth and its ability to foster deep connections. Ya'qub recounts his personal journey working with prisoners in Wisconsin and New York State, emphasizing art's potential to transform the lives of incarcerated youth. The discussion explores the role of artists as storytellers and the importance of addressing challenges faced by marginalized communities. Uncover the significance of mentors and peers in shaping artistic growth and the impact of cultural competence in art education. Ya'qub passionately highlights the importance of capturing and preserving life's meaningful moments through artistic expression. Tune in to discover the transformative potential of art in empowering individuals and building connections between people from diverse backgrounds. Learn more about Ya’qub Shabazz at https://yaqubshabazz.com/. All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    53 min. 7 sec.
  • Preserving Indigenous Legacies Through Art: Daystar Rosalie Jones

    17 APR 2024 · Join us for a thought-provoking episode as Larry Moss interviews Daystar Rosalie Jones, founder of Daystar: Contemporary Dance Drama of Indian America. Daystar shares her experiences growing up on the Blackfeet Reservation and her journey of self-discovery through art. Together, they explore the transformative power of art in education and the importance of raising awareness about Native American culture and history. Daystar offers a multi-generational perspective on the survival and resilience of indigenous peoples in North America. The conversation emphasizes the significance of passing down knowledge and fostering empathy among young people. Discover the storytelling aspect of art and its potential for transformative change in education. Daystar advocates for increased support for teaching artistry and Native American artists, highlighting the need for cultural preservation and appreciation.
    48 min. 26 sec.
  • Bridging Cultures Through Storytelling: Annette Ramos

    10 APR 2024 · Join host Larry Moss and Annette Ramos, co-founder of the Rochester Latino Theater Company, as they explore the captivating world of storytelling in teaching artistry. Discover the magic of bilingual storytelling while delving into the universal language of rhythm and movement to engage audiences and foster creativity. Learn about the significance of educational components in storytelling and the shift towards inclusive and empathetic leadership. Uncover the potential of storytelling to enhance funding opportunities and support artistic communities, particularly for BIPOC artists in the post-COVID landscape. Together, they discuss the transformative impact of art on communities and the need for equitable support. Tune in to embrace the power of storytelling in teaching artistry and uncover its potential for inspiring positive change. Learn more about Annette Ramos at https://www.facebook.com/RochesterLatinoTheatreCompany/. All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    46 min. 22 sec.
  • Unlocking the Superpower of Art: Unique Fair

    3 APR 2024 · Discover the profound impact of teaching artistry on education and communities in this enlightening episode. Join host Larry Moss and guest Unique Fair, a fine artist and university professor, as they delve into the importance of using art as a force for good. Explore the expanding accessibility of art education through digital platforms like YouTube and TikTok, and learn how to leverage semiotics and imagery to make information more digestible. Uncover the value of illustration in showcasing individual contributions within corporate teams and gain insights on creating diverse revenue streams in the arts industry. Unique emphasizes aligning work with passion, pursuing projects that reflect specific interests, and considering the historical and contemporary significance of art in shaping society. Follow the discussion of the transformative power of art and the responsibility of artists to analyze their work critically and contribute to societal well-being. Tune in to learn how to harness art's superpower responsibly and elevate your community through the arts. Learn more about Unique Fair at https://uniquefairart.com/. All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    39 min. 6 sec.
  • Pushing the Boundaries of Physical Theatre: Darren Stevenson

    3 APR 2024 · Discover the transformative power of teaching artistry through the unique lens of physical theater in this inaugural episode. Host Larry Moss chats with Darren Stevenson of PUSH Physical Theatre, as they share personal stories of overcoming shyness and finding their passion for performance. Explore the importance of audience interaction, storytelling, and using movement, improvisation, and text to create captivating narratives. Dive into the world of teaching artistry, and learn how to harness art as a tool for teaching and empowering everyone, from at-risk youth to elderly individuals. Gain insights on adapting to individual student needs, embracing teachable moments, and the transformative potential of teaching artistry. Plus, listen on as we talk a bit about the business side of teaching artistry and valuing the work of artists. Further information about topics in this episode Resources from and about Darren and PUSH: https://pushtheatre.org/ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTED6BQToufjD_u8gtzKXS8_zfDDEK2Z1 All participants in the creation of Brush With Knowledge are paid for their time and effort in creating this content. That includes the studio technicians, the guests, and the host. You can help support this work by subscribing to Brush With Knwoledge at https://patreon.com/brushwithknowledge.com or giving a onetime gift through https://www.buymeacoffee.com/brushwithknowledge. Some funding for this episode was provided by Genesee Valley Council on the Arts and New York State Council on the Arts. Additional information about this podcast, including the video version, can be found at https://www.brushwithknowledge.com/. Teaching artist organizations that partner with this production are: https://teachingartistsroc.org/ https://teachingartists.org/ This podcast has been recorded at https://rocvox.com/.
    51 min. 56 sec.

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