In this episode, Wioleta talks to naturalist at Skidaway Island State Park Molly Canady about her passion for nature, the relationship between tides and the Moon and other wonders and surprises Skidaway Island State Park has to offer to its visitors.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to author, professor and Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for her contributions to literature Sophie Cunningham about her relationship and connection to birds and trees and the times she was part of the gardening project in Alcatraz. Sophie will also share with us excerpts from her essay, Alcatraz – City of Trees.
Sophie’s project Tree of Day can be found on Instagram @sophtreeofday. Her book, Essays on Life, Death and the Need for a Forest is available on amazon.com.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to musician, composer, and conductor Agnieszka Kowalik about French composer Olivier Messiaen and his fascination with birds. Agnieszka also shares with us her passion for nature and how it inspires her own work.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to visual artist Yunqian Lin, also known as Q, about her creative process and how she utilizes forces of nature as an artistic medium in order to express her deep personal connection and appreciation for the undeveloped landscape. Q gives us an overview of how her work is made through the interaction of photosensitive materials and the natural world.
Q’s work can be found on her website, qlinphoto.com and she is also on Instagram at @qianlinnnnnnn. The process Q shares on CrazyBird is exemplified in her series Entropy, as shown in this image.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to Rob Walker, a journalist, writer and author of The Art of Noticing: 131 Ways to Spark Creativity, Find Inspiration, and Discover Joy in the Everyday, about creative ways we can practice and enhance our ability to notice, pay attention and, consequently, engage with the world.
On pursuing your passion and living a fulfilled life. In conversation with Emma Sutton-Williams.
In this episode, Wioleta and Matt talk to Emma Sutton-Williams, a performer, graduate of the Juilliard School and creative writer about her own creative journey, taking chances and finding courage to pursue and explore new paths and career.