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89.1 WEMU: Art And Soul

89.1 WEMU: Art And Soul

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Art & Soul: Quarantine Comfort Food With A Fish And Chips Pop-Up At Zingerman's Cornman Farms

The chef and owner of Zingerman's Cornman Farms grew up in England and started his cooking career at age 13. A few weeks ago, he began offering a Wednesday-only, pop-up fish and chips dinner at the farm that sells out quickly. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Kieron Hales about his journey and what he calls "the perfect British comfort food."

8 MIN6 d ago
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Art & Soul: Quarantine Comfort Food With A Fish And Chips Pop-Up At Zingerman's Cornman Farms

Art & Soul: There Is Healing In Dance, According To Ypsilanti Choreographer & Dancer

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the performance arts. Despite being in a pandemic, Ypsilanti dancer and choreographer and vice chair of the new Ypsilanti Arts Commission Gina Danene Thompson is still looking for ways to keep moving and keep healing with dance. She talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about a recent "driveway dance" she recorded and shared and plans to keep connecting with the community even during a global health crisis.

8 MIN2 w ago
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Art & Soul: There Is Healing In Dance, According To Ypsilanti Choreographer & Dancer

Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - How Do We Find Purpose In A Pandemic?

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the art of well being, which is really being challenged in many people by everything going on in our world right now, including the COVID-19 pandemic. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with University of Michigan professor and author of several books, including "Life On Purpose," Dr. Vic Stretcher. Dr. Stretcher talks about how we might all come out better on the other side of this global health crisis by focusing on our sense of purpose.

8 MIN3 w ago
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Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - How Do We Find Purpose In A Pandemic?

Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - A2 Artist Creates Diverse Work Focusing On History Of Black Women

This week, "Art and Soul" focuses on the local visual arts. WEMU's Lisa Barry and state and local arts leader Omari Rush talk with Avery Williamson, who works with many different types of materials to weave and paint and write blending her love of history, especially the history of Black women in this country.

8 MINJUL 10
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Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - A2 Artist Creates Diverse Work Focusing On History Of Black Women

Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Retired Dentist Pursues His Passion For Cooking In Ann Arbor

For 40 years, Dr. Peter Glatz put dental instruments inside the mouths of patients in Illinois, and now that he's retired, he's providing a different type of "filling." At the age of 67, Dr. Glatz is staying in his "Bertha Bus" in Ann Arbor while helping out on a local farm and using his passion to cook and create at area restaurants. He tells WEMU's Lisa Barry about his culinary journey.

8 MINJUL 3
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Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Retired Dentist Pursues His Passion For Cooking In Ann Arbor

Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - How Local Jazz Musicians Keep The Music Alive During A Pandemic

Local bassist, composer, educator, and performer Paul Keller said the current pandemic brought a brief end to his playing and performing to the point he almost forgot how to do it. Almost. Now he's back at it in new and creative ways sharing live jazz music with the community, even composing some 40 new songs. He talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about how the joy of jazz has inspired him to keep the music alive and how you might see him performing in your neighborhood as the current global health

8 MINJUN 26
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Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - How Local Jazz Musicians Keep The Music Alive During A Pandemic

Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - A2 Couple Makes Positivity Posters To Uplift The Community

Ryan Molloy is a graphic arts professor at Eastern Michigan University, and his wife Valerie works for Michigan Medicine, and they live in Ann Arbor. They took some of Val's pictures and added inspirational words and created "positivity posters," which they put outside their house and give them away to the community for free. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the couple about their effort and ideas.

8 MINJUN 19
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Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - A2 Couple Makes Positivity Posters To Uplift The Community

Art & Soul: How Ypsi Art Center Director Deals With A Pandemic After Just A Few Months On The Job

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the local visual arts scene. WEMU's Lisa Barry is joined by Omari Rush, executive director of CultureSource and Chair of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs . They talk with Elisa Guyton, executive director of the Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti, who has been working hard to keep the center connected to the community during a pandemic which began just a few months after she took over the job.

8 MINJUN 12
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Art & Soul: How Ypsi Art Center Director Deals With A Pandemic After Just A Few Months On The Job

Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Impact Of Pandemic Has Been 'Devastating' To Ann Arbor Restaurants

As Ann Arbor bars and restaurants prepare to reopen after being closed by the pandemic since mid-March, things will definitely be different. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Micah Bartelme, principal and CEO of BarStar Group, which owns and operates several Ann Arbor area bars and restaurants, including Nightcap , LoFi , and Babs Underground in the downtown area. Also a board member of the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority , he talks about the far-reaching effects the global health crisis has

8 MINJUN 5
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Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Impact Of Pandemic Has Been 'Devastating' To Ann Arbor Restaurants

Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - Improvising At Blue LLama Jazz Club During Global Health Crisis

Just as Ann Arbor's Blue LLama Jazz Club was getting ready to celebrate its first birthday, it was forced to shut down like all other clubs and restaurants in Michigan due to the COVID-19 pandemic. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the owner of the club, Don Hicks, about how they, like many jazz musicians, have had to improvise to stay connected with the community.

8 MINMAY 29
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Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - Improvising At Blue LLama Jazz Club During Global Health Crisis

Latest Episodes

Art & Soul: Quarantine Comfort Food With A Fish And Chips Pop-Up At Zingerman's Cornman Farms

The chef and owner of Zingerman's Cornman Farms grew up in England and started his cooking career at age 13. A few weeks ago, he began offering a Wednesday-only, pop-up fish and chips dinner at the farm that sells out quickly. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Kieron Hales about his journey and what he calls "the perfect British comfort food."

8 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Art & Soul: Quarantine Comfort Food With A Fish And Chips Pop-Up At Zingerman's Cornman Farms

Art & Soul: There Is Healing In Dance, According To Ypsilanti Choreographer & Dancer

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the performance arts. Despite being in a pandemic, Ypsilanti dancer and choreographer and vice chair of the new Ypsilanti Arts Commission Gina Danene Thompson is still looking for ways to keep moving and keep healing with dance. She talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about a recent "driveway dance" she recorded and shared and plans to keep connecting with the community even during a global health crisis.

8 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Art & Soul: There Is Healing In Dance, According To Ypsilanti Choreographer & Dancer

Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - How Do We Find Purpose In A Pandemic?

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the art of well being, which is really being challenged in many people by everything going on in our world right now, including the COVID-19 pandemic. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with University of Michigan professor and author of several books, including "Life On Purpose," Dr. Vic Stretcher. Dr. Stretcher talks about how we might all come out better on the other side of this global health crisis by focusing on our sense of purpose.

8 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - How Do We Find Purpose In A Pandemic?

Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - A2 Artist Creates Diverse Work Focusing On History Of Black Women

This week, "Art and Soul" focuses on the local visual arts. WEMU's Lisa Barry and state and local arts leader Omari Rush talk with Avery Williamson, who works with many different types of materials to weave and paint and write blending her love of history, especially the history of Black women in this country.

8 MINJUL 10
Comments
Art & Soul: The Visual Arts - A2 Artist Creates Diverse Work Focusing On History Of Black Women

Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Retired Dentist Pursues His Passion For Cooking In Ann Arbor

For 40 years, Dr. Peter Glatz put dental instruments inside the mouths of patients in Illinois, and now that he's retired, he's providing a different type of "filling." At the age of 67, Dr. Glatz is staying in his "Bertha Bus" in Ann Arbor while helping out on a local farm and using his passion to cook and create at area restaurants. He tells WEMU's Lisa Barry about his culinary journey.

8 MINJUL 3
Comments
Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Retired Dentist Pursues His Passion For Cooking In Ann Arbor

Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - How Local Jazz Musicians Keep The Music Alive During A Pandemic

Local bassist, composer, educator, and performer Paul Keller said the current pandemic brought a brief end to his playing and performing to the point he almost forgot how to do it. Almost. Now he's back at it in new and creative ways sharing live jazz music with the community, even composing some 40 new songs. He talks with WEMU's Lisa Barry about how the joy of jazz has inspired him to keep the music alive and how you might see him performing in your neighborhood as the current global health

8 MINJUN 26
Comments
Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - How Local Jazz Musicians Keep The Music Alive During A Pandemic

Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - A2 Couple Makes Positivity Posters To Uplift The Community

Ryan Molloy is a graphic arts professor at Eastern Michigan University, and his wife Valerie works for Michigan Medicine, and they live in Ann Arbor. They took some of Val's pictures and added inspirational words and created "positivity posters," which they put outside their house and give them away to the community for free. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the couple about their effort and ideas.

8 MINJUN 19
Comments
Art & Soul: The Art Of Well Being - A2 Couple Makes Positivity Posters To Uplift The Community

Art & Soul: How Ypsi Art Center Director Deals With A Pandemic After Just A Few Months On The Job

This week, "Art and Soul" is about the local visual arts scene. WEMU's Lisa Barry is joined by Omari Rush, executive director of CultureSource and Chair of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs . They talk with Elisa Guyton, executive director of the Riverside Arts Center in Ypsilanti, who has been working hard to keep the center connected to the community during a pandemic which began just a few months after she took over the job.

8 MINJUN 12
Comments
Art & Soul: How Ypsi Art Center Director Deals With A Pandemic After Just A Few Months On The Job

Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Impact Of Pandemic Has Been 'Devastating' To Ann Arbor Restaurants

As Ann Arbor bars and restaurants prepare to reopen after being closed by the pandemic since mid-March, things will definitely be different. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with Micah Bartelme, principal and CEO of BarStar Group, which owns and operates several Ann Arbor area bars and restaurants, including Nightcap , LoFi , and Babs Underground in the downtown area. Also a board member of the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority , he talks about the far-reaching effects the global health crisis has

8 MINJUN 5
Comments
Art & Soul: The Culinary Arts - Impact Of Pandemic Has Been 'Devastating' To Ann Arbor Restaurants

Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - Improvising At Blue LLama Jazz Club During Global Health Crisis

Just as Ann Arbor's Blue LLama Jazz Club was getting ready to celebrate its first birthday, it was forced to shut down like all other clubs and restaurants in Michigan due to the COVID-19 pandemic. WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the owner of the club, Don Hicks, about how they, like many jazz musicians, have had to improvise to stay connected with the community.

8 MINMAY 29
Comments
Art & Soul: The Performance Arts - Improvising At Blue LLama Jazz Club During Global Health Crisis
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