Collection of interviewees. Insights from Warren MacKenzie, Kathleen Crocetti, Robert Margolis, Charlie & Maria Girsch, Walter Martinez, John Stoddard, Karen Theussen Massaro, Patrick Merrill, Brian Miller, Mary Alice Copp, Felipe Ortega, Michael Leeds, Jen Sincero and Barrington McLean. These interviews were published on the Muse DVD periodical, which is the source material for idea culture. All the original finished interviews for the Muse are approximately 10 minutes, but they are shortened here on idea culture for a quickie insighting snapshot.
He has a remarkable perspective on the growth of American functional pottery and a far-reaching impact on its reawakening since the early 1950’s.
This is from my original interview with Jen Sincero, presented here on idea culture for your enjoyment. Jen, an ex-New Yorker now living in Venice Beach, Ca. is a sex advice columnist, novelist, motivational cattleprod and ex-punk band musician. That’s her voice and guitar in the background. Have a look at: http://www.jensincero.com/and here is her blog on my fave blogspot, Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jen-sincero
This interview was published on issue #5 of the Muse DVD periodical back in ’08. All the original finished interviews for the Muse are approximately 10 minutes, but they are shortened here on idea culture for a quickie insighting snapshot.
Jacqueline Burgess from Oakland, California has been teaching jazz dance to the Gauchos of El Cerrito High School for 34 years. How this nurtures the students is so important because of the dedication and familial respect they practice here. She fosters a safe space for these teenagers to discover their own potential and to take their dance to challenging and beautiful places.
Her perfectionism is legendary, and yet what she finds the most important is not about perfect technique but that the students give it their all.