Are human beings inherently bad or inherently good? Or are we more shades of grey? How do we understand brilliant artists like David Bowie and Woody Allen who create art that moves people but who have also faced allegations of abuse? This episode my good friend, Carrie Nelson, Skypes in to the podcast to discuss how we understand these complicated nuances - not just in celebrities but also in our own lives during the season of Lent. Carrie Nelson is the creator of Gender Across Borders. She is a writer for the Lifestyle section of "The Daily Dot" and the Entertainment section of SheKnows. She is also the creator, director, and producer the Greyscale Project.
If you would like to learn more about Carrie's work, you can find her at:
The Grescale Project: http://www.greyscaledoc.com
Angie Haze of The Angie Haze Project performs live on the podcast! Angie Haze is a recording artist and producer based out of Cleveland. She has been seen performing at the Akron Civic Center, the House of Blues in Cleveland, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and countless other venues in and around the Cleveland area. This episode, Angie brings her guitar and bell shoes into my living room(!) and plays several of her songs off of her album, “Heat to Cold” live right here on the podcast. She also plays a sneak peek at a brand new song coming off her forthcoming album!
We talk about the creative process and how imposing limitations on ourselves can actually help us to become more creative. We discuss how making art can help us tap into emotions that we’re not even aware of, and Angie shares some of the stories behind her own lyrics. Strap on your bells! Angie Haze joins Episode 13 of the Cringe podcast!