EP13: Josh Sisk

Discussing photographing live music, from local punk shows to big time stars with Josh Sisk.

Josh Sisk is a Baltimore based photographer who is most well known for his work shooting live music. He is a contributing Photographer for the Washington Post, Baltimore City Paper, Decibel, Noisey, and has been featured in many other publications across the world, including Rolling Stone.

EP12: Tanya Garcia

Speaking to justice and uplifting voices of community through photography with Tanya Garcia.

Tanya Garcia is an artist, curator, educator, and organizer based in Baltimore whose media include photography, video, installation. Garcia works artistically with communities to create spaces for dialogue around identity and social difference. In 2012, Garcia received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the College of Charleston in South Carolina and subsequently pursued and received her MFA in Community Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014. From there she became the first Creative Alliance Community Art Fellow supported by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. During the fellowship, Garcia curated eight artists and made documentary work for the traveling exhibit Despues de la Frontera | After the Border, honoring the stories of unaccompanied immigrant youth and families who fled their homes in Central America. Currently, Garcia is the co-founder of HYRSTERIA Zine, a publication with artistic and literary contributions from Baltimore and beyond with a focus on social difference. She is an instructor for Wide Angle Youth Media and adjunct at Maryland Institute College of Art.

 

 

EP11: Amy Davis

 

How newspaper photography has changed in recent decades, and exploring Baltimore’s forgotten movie theaters with Amy Davis.

Amy Davis has been a staff photographer at the Baltimore Sun newspaper since 1987, photographing a wide range of subjects and stories of life in Baltimore city. Her book ,Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s Forgotten Movie Theaters, is a chronicle of Baltimore’s historic and ever- changing movie theaters over the past century.

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