The new MAC Podcast will offer storytelling, culture and creative conversations that engage, connect and catalyze community. Listen to authentic and lively conversations that dive deep into the artistic process, methodology and origin stories of creatives and tastemakers in the Valley of the Sun and beyond.
EP 1: Daniel Bernard Roumain
In this episode we talk with Daniel Bernard Roumain, also known as DBR. "Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) is a Black, Haitian-American composer who sees composing as collaboration with artists, organizations and communities within the farming and framing of ideas. He is a prolific and endlessly collaborative composer, performer, educator and social entrepreneur."
EP 2: Miguel Angel Godoy
Miguel is a scholar of Hip Hop culture and practitioner of breaking and graffiti for over the last two decades, his work is informed by the value of storytelling and the power of building community through art. Godoy’s involvement in graffiti led him to his interest in text-based art and public art murals. As a community-based muralist, he focuses on community engaged projects and has worked on many large-scale murals in and around San Diego, CA and Phoenix, AZ. Godoy continues to use Hip Hop as a source of inspiration for his work by creating spaces wherein stories of the communities where the murals reside are shared, people feel represented, and to promote a critical awareness of the need to look at the spaces in between.