David Wagner is an architect who makes places memorable. In this episode we explore the grace and art of buildings and a life well led.
Quentin Talley is a multidisciplinary artist. In this episode we explore being unapologetically human, expressing the black experience, love supreme, and when he is most free.
Richard Pinder is a retired professor of history. In this episode we explore partisan news, finding your way, faith in an evidence-based world, civil rights, and the rewards of teaching.
Josh Jacobson is managing director of a consultancy to non-profit organizations. In this episode we explore helping organizations realize their vision and mission, discerning a life journey, and what craft beer and community have in common.
Lynne Conner is a professor of theater arts, cultural policy theorist and playwright. In this episode we explore social interpretation of the arts, how audience behavior has changed, and what we mean by meaning anyway.
John Boyer is an executive who leads a modern art museum. In this episode we explore modern art, abstraction, the connection between fine art and finance, and making our lives better through engagement with the arts.