2:06pm Jul 24, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
Michael Touby is the Founder of Maya Mike's. Radio Camper CJ Pacholke speaks with him about the hot sauce industry and what goes into its production.
2:04pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Harry Poster is the Artistic Director for Peppercorn Theatre. Radio Camper Julia Kincaid talks to him about his passion for theater and incorporating younger audiences into the show.
2:02pm Jul 24, 2017
Diana Greene is a photographer, documentarian, and writer.
2:00pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Nathan Ross Freeman is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Authoring Action.
1:59pm Jul 24, 2017
Michael Slawter is the owner of Heyday Guitars.
1:57pm Jul 24, 2017Education Education
William Donahue speaks to Dean Wilcox, the Dean of Liberal Arts at UNCSA, about his interest in theater, what led him to teach, and a course he developed on surrealist art.
1:56pm Jul 24, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Gray Calaway interviews Mikhael Tara Garver, an "Artivist" and Creative Organizer who devises socially and politically active work in disused and developing spaces.
1:53pm Jul 24, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
Sloan McCrea interviews Mary Siebert, the Arts Director at the Arts Based School. She is also a national award-winning opera singer.
3:42pm Jul 19, 2017Arts Arts
Radio Camper Thomas de Moraes spoke with Jeffrey Carlson, the Executive Director of Bel Canto Company, about when he started singing and about his favorite character to play.
3:37pm Jul 19, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
Anna Luisa Daigneault (known professionally as Quilla) is a vocalist, composer, and electronic producer.
3:33pm Jul 19, 2017Arts Arts
Taylor Dankovich is the Sound Supervisor for Triad Stage. Radio Camper Sophia Allen spoke with her about what's involved in being a sound designer and how she got into sound and theatre.
3:30pm Jul 19, 2017Education Education Science
Radio Camper Sadie Steelman speaks with Matt Fisher, the Assistant Director of SELF Design Studio, about teaching and working with students in the STEM studio.
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