Mississippi Arts Hour
An Arts Hour Extra!
Poetry is alive and thriving in the Magnolia State! On the Mississippi Poetry Podcast you’ll hear poets sharing their work, telling their stories, and offering tips to help listeners flex their poetic muscles. In this episode, poet Ann Fisher-Wirth joins host and Mississippi Poet Laureate Catherine Pierce for a conversation about the necessity of adventure, the mysteries of childhood, and why it's important to remember that the poem is not you. A resource for educators of community groups can be found here: https://arts.ms.gov/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Podcast-Supplement_Fisher-Wirth-1.pdf
The Mississippi Arts Hour| Katie Clark
Maria Zeringue talks with Katie Clark. Katie is a crochet artist, and she is a current participant in MAC’s Folk Arts Apprenticeship program. In their conversation, Katie discusses her path to learning crochet and developing as an artist, her apprenticeship experience mentoring Sarah Rose Govero, and her work with the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi. Photography: Rory Doyle. If you enjoyed listening to this podcast, please consider contributing to MPB. https://donate.mpbfoundation.org/mspb/podcast
The Mississippi Arts Hour| Teneia Sanders
Leslie Barker talks with Teneia Sanders. Teneia is an award-winning international touring musician and songwriter whose work has been featured on HBO and Netflix. In our conversation, Teneia reflects on making music from Jackson to Tanzania. If you enjoyed listening to this podcast, please consider contributing to MPB. https://donate.mpbfoundation.org/mspb/podcast
The Mississippi Arts Hour| Church Goin Mule
Lauren Rhoades talks with Church Goin Mule, a Southern artist born and raised across the South. Mule's work is influenced by Southern literature and music and has been exhibited widely across the Southeast. Today she can also be found managing the JX Farms artist residency in Cleveland, Mississippi. Tune in to learn about Church Goin Mule's artistic journey and the inspiration she gathers from the Delta landscape and community. If you enjoyed listening to this podcast, please consider contributing to MPB. https://donate.mpbfoundation.org/mspb/podcast.