We're a podcast presented by Individual Artists of Oklahoma. Each episode, hosts Bob and Joe have a conversation with an artist living and working in Oklahoma. We'll get to know the artist, find out more about them personally, and learn about how they work and what makes them tick.
Bob and Joe speak with Sephra. She is an Oklahoma City-based, experimental/avant-garde musician. Her new album PIECES OF SCHEMA is out now, and you should buy it. Sephra will be presenting the album in a variety of ways throughout the IAO Gallery on September 22, from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM. It's a musical experience you will not want to miss.
Bob and Joe discuss the organic process of Elizabeth Brown's art. Elizabeth is an artist, sculptor, and an associate professor of Art at UCO. She received her MFA in Fibers from Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ and her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Exhibiting both nationally and abroad in invitational and solo exhibitions her current work focuses on organic sculpture using synthetic materials. These forms play with creating objects that reference natural forms but remain elusive in their definition.
Bob and Joe discuss the life and art of Paul Medina. Paul is a visual mixed media artist that works and lives in Oklahoma. Throughout his long career in the creative arts, he has written many short stories, essays and poetry but never as his main field of endeavor. His new book, Unbroken Circles, is available now. Check it out here: http://www.enchantedcirclesseries.com/.
Rob Sturma of freezeraypoetry.com has been involved in poetry and slam poetry communities since 2000. In 2009, his first full-length collection of poetry Miles of Halleujah was selected for publication, and in 2011 he curated and edited a collection of zombie-themed poetry called Aim For The Head, which received coverage in The New York Times and Time Magazine Online. In 2014, he released MultiVerse, a superhero themed poetry anthology co-edited by Ryk McIntyre. Hear Rob share his thoughts on poetry, the OKC poetry scene, and hear him perform a few of his own poems.