Juan and Amon are back to pontificate, philosophize and reminisce on the year 2022
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/2022-year-end-wrap-up/
On a walk through Central Park, Stay Sain talks growing up in Philly, his experiences in West Africa and chess strategies.
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/walking-to-stay-sain/
Artist Shantell Martin’s signature black and white lines have led her to exciting and very successful collaborations that highlight both her work and those of the brands she loves. In her newest collab - Shantell x HOEK - Shantell designed super fun pieces with her iconic pen, from coasters to coffee tables to wall art, to spread throughout any eco-conscious home.
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/shantell-martin-shares-how-she-fused-her-signature-lines-with-hoeks-transformable-furniture
Vikki Tobak explores the intricate dialogue between culture, adornment, and identity in her latest book, Ice Cold: A Hip-Hop Jewelry History.
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/vikki-tobak-ice-cold-interview/
TTK is educating and inspiring the next generation of black creatives with his new documentary film, JUST LIKE ME.
Listen to a short but in-depth conversation with Artist and Art Critic, Ricky Amadour about the 2022 Whitney Biennial.
Larry and Sonia Wright Perform a Masterpiece in the Union Square Subway Station
Director Jay Rosenblatt shares some insight on creating his Oscar-Nominated Short Documentary, ‘When We Were Bullies’ with Amon Focus.
From being a Make A Wish kid to growing up to have twins of her own, Savannah doesn't look at being born HIV+ as a curse bestowed upon her.
In this talk Savannah shares her journey and what she has learned along the way.
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/born-with-hiv-savannahs-story/
An in-depth conversation about the importance of On Air Fest advancing the culture of audio with founder, Scott Newman.
This summer I went back to my old neighborhood in Southside Jamaica, Queens to record the fireworks. I recorded about four hours of the festivities that night, and then edited it down into a nice 25.
It's not boom, boom, boom consecutively throughout the whole episode but it is s an orchestration.
If you really want to get into this episode, I highly suggest you go somewhere quiet. Close your eyes, put on some headphones and let your imagination be your guide.
I'm out of here. I love y'all. Peace.
Show Notes: https://www.newyorksaid.com/fireworks-in-the-hood/