This episode was recorded live at the first Columbus Podcast Festival. Zach Hannah, a local poet, performs two original pieces; the Zen Guide to Masturbation and Karate. Zach then joins Brian in a discussion about poetry writing and performing before closing out the first night of the CPF.
Brian interviews Todd Rector and Briden Schueren from BrickBox studios about their Jump into Spring art gallery. The purpose of which is for artists to come out of hibernation and present their first big work of the year. Todd and Briden share their own art gallery experiences discuss how difficult it can be to finish your art for them.
During the Have You Seen My Mom? tour, Brian and Amber met Katlin and Candice on a Rocketship Comedy show in Indianapolis. After hanging out at the show Brian and Amber came over for a day to podcast that ultimately a forged a new friendship. They discuss the Indianapolis comedy scene, sketch writing, and podcasting.
Whether you know Casey from Electro Cult Circus or Oddfellows Oddities, there is no question that he is tapped into the creative scene in Columbus. He has dedicated his career to not only make good music but to make meaningful connections to support the performing artists across Columbus. Casey and Brian discuss their motivations to create and how death is the next challenge for creatives and people to embrace.
Brian’s thrilled to talk to Miller and The Hunks about their concept EP Would You Like to Yes? making music for their upcoming recording, and their next steps to breaking out in Columbus, and then the world!
Can art exist in hell? Can art help you see past the worst mistake in your life? Is it possible to connect with the greatest rejects of society? In this live episode of the podcast, Brian talks on the phone with Dean Preston, an artist from the Marion Correctional Facility about the creative process inside the walls of hell.
I’ll be at the Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls with Amber Falter on March 15th!
I’ll be at Little Rock bar hosted by Johnny Philips March 16th!
Silence is Death exhibition explores the social and political role of creatives to ignite change, empower the people, and challenge hatred in our community. Brian Doney talks to Dede Parker, a photographer, and contributor to the Silence is Death gallery about how photography opens up hearts, the role of nudity in art, and the importance of men to speak up against sexual abuse.