Episodes

Myths Artists believe with Eli Kuslansky

Do you believe in the overnight sensation, or that you’ll need to starve to be an artist or that you’ll need to work in isolation? That success is for the lonely genius? Listen to artist Eli Kuslansky as he dispels the myths that artists believe, in this conversation with Toni Williams about how to ignite and monetize your creative endeavors on this episode of Art Movez_ .

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Playwright Cesi Davidson Articulates

Art that Heals | Deals with the tough topics of domestic violence, cyber – bullying and other forms of trauma in her book Articulation, a series of one act plays. On the surface these plays appear lighthearted, but at its core they reveal the pain and suffering in abusive relationships. Art Movez_ hosts Toni Williams…

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651-Doing Art to Death in the Diaspora

Brooklyn continues to be the Borough of First with African Diasporic 651 ARTS appointing Raelle Myrick – Hodges as its first Creative Director. Hosts Toni Williams and Eli Kuslansky inquire into the magic that is part of the legacy of 651 ARTS. Raelle enlightens us as to what sparks her creative genius and how she…

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America’s First Children’s Museum

Brooklyn Children’s Museum is the first museum of it’s kind in the United States. Stephanie Hill Wilchfort, president and chief executive officer of the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, in her candid interview with Art Movez_ about the strategic direction forthe Museum, and how she is creating a BCM future which speaks to issues related to diversity, equity…

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Re-imaging the Brooklyn Arts Council

For more than 50 years, the Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC) has been providing a range of services to artists and arts organizations. In Re-imaging the Council for the future, Charlotte Cohen, Brooklyn Arts Council’s executive director, talks about transforming the BAC into an arts council for the 21st century.

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Toni Williams ignites Creative Conversations

Toni talks about her work as the Creator and Host of the successful Brooklyn Savvy a television show that deals with all things Brooklyn and beyond, and Co-Creator of Art Movez_which gives a voice to Creatives.

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Jamaica to BRIC, Kristina Newman Scott

Jamaican – born Kristina Newman – Scott is transforming the Brooklyn arts scene as President of BRIC Arts Media Brooklyn . Kristina shares with Art Movez_ her vision for BRIC, the role it plays in Brooklyn’s cultural landscape, her challenges as the first African diasporic leader of the institution, and her passion to be an…

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Ellen Salpeter, First President of Wesbeth

Listen to the amazing Ellen Salpeter, the former Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. As the current first president and chief executive officer of Wesbeth Artist Housing, Ellen talks about her mission retaining the creative class for the City of New York and her strategy to maintain cultural producers in NYC. A must…

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Brett Littman on the Future of Art

The newly minted Director of the Noguchi Museum, talks about his multi – disciplinary interests, the future of depiction, his tenure as the curator of the Frieze Sculpture Garden, his directorship at the Drawing Center, and his plans for the Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum and beyond.

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Cey Adams talks about Life and Art

Cey Adams visual artist, graphic designer, and author, talks about his artwork, his unique voice, his passion to pay it forward, and how a group of friends from the Bronx created Def Jam Recordings  with Art Movez_ hosts Toni Williams and Eli Kuslansky he speaks about his love of art, Brooklyn, social justice and the…

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