show episodes
 
Get inspired with Vistaprint's small business podcast, 'Small Business Stories.' Listen to entrepreneurs share the motivation behind their businesses, tips for success, advice for overcoming challenges, and so much more. We're on a mission to become the best entrepreneur podcast out there, so we're focusing on business owners in a variety of industries...you'll find conversations with everyone from fashion designers to food service experts. Whether you're pursuing a side-hustle or running a ...
 
Explore mindfulness, creativity, and philosophy each Wednesday morning in an engaging 5 minutes or less. Intimately narrated, Dara Zycherman offers up questions and activities to provoke deeper inner analysis. This mid-week pick-me-up will help you reflect and re-center. For more about adopting a minimalist and mindful lifestyle, visit whylessequalsmore.com.
 
We live in a social/political climate that thrives on making us divided. Changing that will require proximity and relationships, but the most inclusive spaces are often aesthetically uninviting and falling apart. This show wants to change that! Join Rev. Sarah Heath and Josie Jimenez as they share their dream of moving us from a D.I.Y to a D.I.T (do it together) culture. Each week they chat with an expert about making space- aesthetically, theologically, socially, politically etc. This is a ...
 
ArtCenter College of Design’s bi-weekly podcast features intimate interviews with leading artists examining the ideas fueling their work and how the creative process can be a catalyst for change—personally, professionally and globally. Hosted by ArtCenter President, Lorne M. Buchman, these conversations examine the many ways in which artists and designers are enriching our lives. ArtCenter College of Design is a global leader in art and design education; and our mission statement—Learn to cr ...
 
i will turn your heart into gold playing for // Splash! Festival, VICE, Bread&&Butter, Adidas, Puma, Highsnobiety, Wrangler, Zalando, Bold Berlin, BAM Berlin, Dummy Magazine, Berlin Fashion Week Studiolo, TopShop, Absolut, American Apparel, Lee Malone Photography, Studiolo clubs // The Ace Hotel (LDN), Razzamatazz (BCN), GrooveStation Dersden, Prince Charles, About Blank, Gretchen, Ya'am, Mench Meier, ACUD, St.Georg, Musik & Freiden, Burg Schnabel, Zwei Drei Raum, Keller, Rosi's, Void, Backy ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
How do you know when it's time to step out of “good work” to make space for “great work?” After a traumatic loss Lanecia Rouse Tinsley, this week’s space maker, took the bold leap of stepping out of creative ministry with those experiencing homelessness to become a full time creative herself. Lanecia is now a multidisciplinary visual artist and the…
 
How is being in a cover band a little like living your life in “the closet”? Well listen to this episode and find out. This week we talk to space maker Ivy Schulte known by her stage name at I.V King. I.V is a former church kid/ drummer, bible college graduate, banker, touring musician, and now solo recording artist. Getting to this point has taken…
 
It's 2021 and Josie and Sarah are looking forward to a year filled with… well take a listen and find out. Don’t forget to subscribe, comment, like to help get the show out to new listeners this year. Also check out the Patreon where you can help support the show and for those in the $25.00 range you will receive a quarterly makers box filled with a…
 
How can you make diverse “ivory tower” theology interesting, and even palatable to the masses? The same way you make well crafted beer- by being intentional about the ingredients you put in, and being willing to share the process. This week’s space making guest is Dr. Tripp Fuller. Tripp is currently a professor in Edinburgh Scotland and the creato…
 
Happy Holidays Space Makers! This is a very special episode featuring Rev. Cathie Capp, an ordained pastor who has an incredibly compelling story of overcoming other’s expectations after leaving high school early and having a child at 16. Cathie went on to beat the odds, becoming a social worker at the very organization that housed her during her p…
 
This week we talk to Dan Davidson, a community pastor/ entrepreneur/ mentor/ coffee shop owner who took the obstacle of an unwanted coffee cart and created a business training program for local at risk-youth. That coffee cart eventually became a cafe that hosts events for the entire community. From concerts, to protest art shows, Rosebud Cafe is kn…
 
Elle Hearns did not set out to lead movements for social justice. Nor was it her lifelong dream to make the world a better and safer place for Black transgender communities. Growing up in Ohio, she imagined herself as an iconic singer, a chart-topping diva with a voice powerful enough to crack your soul wide open. In the end, she did end up using t…
 
This week on the show we had an incredible conversation with space maker and professional coach Laura Foster. Laura helps people to rethink their vocation and reclaim their human being”ness” and stop being what she calls a “human doing.” After a very successful career in the fashion industry a cancer diagnosis caused Laura to reevaluate her priorit…
 
This week’s space maker Ana Kraft is an incredible inspiration. Ana is a project engineer, who happens to speak four languages (NBD,) and has developed a workwear line for women that is designed to break down barriers in STEM industries. Ana came to the US from Southern Germany and has become a space maker for women in STEM. Not satisfied with wear…
 
Grace Lynne Haynes’ creative calling didn’t announce itself until she set foot in her first college painting class. But from that moment forward, Grace’s artistic destiny came through loud and clear, as unmistakable as a spiritual epiphany. Here’s how she describes it: “It almost reactivated my physical senses. I felt as if colors were brighter, se…
 
This week we talk to another renaissance creative, Matthew Paul Turner! He is a memoir author, journalist, photographer and children’s book creator. Matthew has been on the forefront of revolutionizing faith based children’s books by creating inclusive texts that any child can enjoy. From using all pronouns to refer to God to being intentional abou…
 
Throughout this season, on alternating weeks, we’ll feature a handpicked episode from podcasts by, for or about the Black community. This week we’re excited to share an episode from the Micheaux Mission. Since 2016, Len Webb and Vincent Williams have been challenging themselves to watch and review every Black feature film ever made and released to …
 
In a world that increasingly tells you that being specialized will lead to success is it possible to be a renaissance person? This week we talk to Steven Homestead, a true renaissance creative. Steven is a musician/graphic artist/ poet and a “story architect.” This conversation is filled with inspiration and dives into what success looks like, how …
 
Last year, Cedric Johnson embedded himself at ArtCenter for a week-long residency. Included in that visit was a talk about the policing crisis as well as a workshop with students exploring what it means to “do good” in the world through art and design. These issues have only become more timely in the intervening year. But as any good historian will…
 
This week we share our incredible conversation with Pastor/Musician/Dancer/Embodiment Coach Chris Rodriguez. Chris challenges us to think about movement as an actual language. Chris asserts that when we make space for that language we start to live from a soulful place that helps us make space for ourselves and others. This is one of our favorite c…
 
Small Business Stories is the podcast where entrepreneurs share their goals and challenges. In this episode, guest hosted by Brand Strategist Olivia Christian, hear how photographer Kathy Schuh has grown her business (even in COVID-19 times), learned to value her work, and crafted a deeply personal brand story. Small Business Stories is presented b…
 
Welcome to our third episode of Change Lab Presents Throughout this season, on alternating weeks, we’ll feature a handpicked episode from podcasts by, for or about the Black community. This week we’re excited to share an episode from Scene On Radio, produced by host John Biewen, in conversation with series collaborator Chenjerai Kumanyika. Scene on…
 
Sometimes we have to make space for wonder, but how do you do that with things that are familiar? This week we talk to visual artist/spiritual director Scott Erickson about how to make space for wonder even during seasons you don’t enjoy. The conversation goes everywhere from why people don’t remember long sermons, but they will remember what the s…
 
Tune in as we hear a special message from Pastor Brad Reed._Visit www.dreamcenter.nyc/churchonline for ways that you can get connect with us each week!We are grateful to be a part of such a generous church. To give online, click here: shorturl.at/rJLW1Join us for Connect Groups through Zoom every Sunday at 11 AM! For more information, text CONNECTG…
 
Like the consummate designer he is -- Kevin Bethune has iterated his own job description. Kevin’s strikingly diverse career-path includes stints as a nuclear engineer at Westinghouse Electric, a financial manager at Nike and strategic design innovator at Boston Consulting group -- all achievements that would stand alone as a high-point on most resu…
 
Small Business Stories is the podcast where entrepreneurs share their goals and challenges. In this episode we talk to Aishetu Dozie, the Founder and CEO of Bossy Cosmetics. Learn how a health scare caused her to leave her career as a finance executive and follow her true passion. Small Business Stories is presented by Vistaprint. For more ways on …
 
Is it possible to use research to make space for people? A couple of years ago Pastor Rob Rynders set out to answer that question and ended up creating Social Thread a group for people who are looking for community. Social Thread seeks to help people belong and thrive as they explore their faith on their own terms. This week we talk to Rob and his …
 
Welcome to our second episode of Change Lab Presents Throughout this season, on alternating weeks, we’ll feature a series of bonus episodes we’ve handpicked from some of our favorite podcasts by, for or about the Black community. This week, we’re excited to share an episode from The Brown Girl's Guide to Politics from the Wonder Media Network. Host…
 
A brief announcement as Sarah begins her Airstream Dream with an epic road trip. To get in touch with us follow us www.instagram.com/revsarahheath and www.instagram.com/josietakestheworld Email us at- makingspacespodcast@gmail.com Youtube.com/revsarahheath The podcast audio is edited by Steven Burnett from “The Cult Popcast” We NEED your HELP- Plea…
 
Tune in for the final week of our series "The Road to Romans" as Pastor Brad Reed shares about practical living from Romans. _Visit www.dreamcenter.nyc/churchonline for ways that you can get connect with us each week!We are grateful to be a part of such a generous church. To give online, click here: shorturl.at/rJLW1Join us for Connect Groups throu…
 
Throughout her long and distinguished career as a commercial and fine art photographer, Barbara DuMetz has produced images that feel familiar even if you’re viewing them for the first time. Through her lens, even the most ordinary subject matter has a mythic quality. She has a story to tell that reaches far beyond the frame. That’s her unique creat…
 
What if churches were serious about not having walls? This week we talk to Rev. Mandy McDow the lead pastor of First United Methodist of Las Angeles a completely outdoor church. We often talk about churches without walls, well this church literally has no walls. This conversation deals with the reality that no space is static and making space often…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login