Art Thread Episodes

April 22, 2021

Illustrating The Black Experience With Davian Chester S 2 E 31

Illustrating The Black Experience sound mood: Young , Gifted and Black - Aretha Franklin In the current high tide of life, it's hard to remain calm in the current climate of black lives meaning so little in the United States another hashtag coupled with the loss of a son, a daughter, a father, a mother, and a child of the universe. Davian Chester Columbus, GA illustrates the best and beauty within black culture and thought-provoking ideas through elements of art and real-life topics, Davian doe…

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April 2, 2021

The Understanding Of Singer & Song Writer Devin Tracy S 2 EP 28

The Understanding sound mood: Through The Fire Chaka Khan Authentic Talent and creativity are sometimes hard to find throughout this digital world we all have come to love and that’s the concept in which you will hear when you listen to Devin Tracy singer and creative. Devins range of vocal ability and songwriting is immense within his arrangements he can place the listeners inside of a track without them being present and that’s a skill set that most don’t have. During our exclusive with Devin…

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April 1, 2021

Creative Expression Of Art With Lyne Lucien S 2 E 27

Creative Expression Of Art sound mood: Killing Me Softly The Fugees What started out as a thought-provoking art piece "Trump World" opened the door to a much-needed conversation for artist Lyne Lucien a native of Hatti and her art reflects that throughout her pieces. Not only are they an expression of black culture in its beauty and well-needed form, but they are also so needed in the art culture. Lyne has the ability to diversify her art she leaves no one behind in her vision. Lyne Lucien is a…

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March 15, 2021

Push Tattoos with Oba Jackson in Wilmington, Delaware S 2 EP 21

Push Tattoos 8 W 3rd St, Wilmington, DE sound mood: Super Rich Kids Frank Ocean F, Earl Sweatshirt Fashion, art, and tattoos sound like an r&b group that always tends to go together and in this case, that statement would be deemed true. When we think Delaware we think Joe Biden or if you are a business owner you think tax-friendly state. You wouldn’t think an African American successful tattoo shop owner, and that’s where Mr. Oba Jackson changed that narrative with Push Tattoo Wilmington, DE. …

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Oct. 12, 2020

Art And Japanese History With Tim Okamura Full Episode 015

Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Tim Okamura is a renowned, Canadian contemporary artist who currently resides in Brooklyn. Tim’s expertise is merging women of color in urban settings and highlighting their strengths, culture, resilience, and beauty through his art. He, delicately and extraordinarily, blends his realist art in graffiti and portrait techniques along with keeping the tones raw and is never afraid to experiment and stretch to the horizons of art. This inevitably results in some truly ph…

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Sept. 9, 2020

100 Virgils with Aaronya EP 008

Finding his inspiration from renowned artists like Kanye West and Virgil Abloh. Aaronya is a Visual artist, entrepreneur, and hip hop artist that the world needs to look out for. During his interview, he talked about his love for painting, Kanye West, the story behind 100 Virgils, entrepreneurship, the misconception behind Long Island, New York, and more. Stream new episodes weekly on Spotify, Google Podcast, Soundcloud, Youtube and

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Aug. 19, 2020

Born Legacy with artist John Born EP 004

John Born likes to elevate his innovativeness, imagination, and contemporary ideas to the next level, which is why he is so successful in his field. He is one of the first Black contemporary artist to be featured in the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange). He has also gained quite a lot of popularity in the celebrity world. In his interview with Subject Thread Podcast he spoke about his painting work with many major celebrities such as Nicki Minaj, Art Basel, Nipsey Hussle mural, and many more. He a…

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