Nine Rails Arts Podcast Ep. 4 - Ink Dwell Part 1
The Banyan Collective’s Nine Rails Arts Podcast explores what it means to be an adventurous Creative in 2018. Through a partnership with O1 Arts, we will get to know Ogden’s new Nine Rails Creative District as well as The Monarch, the epicenter of the district and future home to artisans, designers, and creatives.
In Episode 4, we are joined by the founders of Ink Dwell studio, science illustrator & muralist Jane Kim and adventure journalist Thayer Walker, as well as painter assistants, Laura Macias, Ash Ferlito and Fiorella Ikeue, to discuss Ink Dwell’s Migrating Mural campaign and much, much more.
The first of two episodes devoted to Ogden’s citywide, collaborative monarch butterfly installations focuses on Phase One, Ogden Nature Center Entrance Banners, and Phase Two, a spectacular outdoor mural at the newly restored Monarch building.
Episode 5 - Ink Dwell Part 2, will concentrate on Phase Three, a monumental mural at WSU’s Kimball Visual Arts Building.
Images provided by Ink Dwell of the mural in progress at the Monarch Building in Ogden, Utah.
With the connection of the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific, along with other rail lines that went north and south of Ogden in the following years, Ogden was designated in 1874 as the junction location of the two railroad companies, earning it the nickname “Junction City.”
This Extract from Episode 3 features Sara Meess, a Project Coordinator with Ogden’s Business Development Department, who provides a behind the scenes history of how a Creative District is born.
In honor of Episode 10 of the Nine Rails Arts Podcast, our house band The Proper Way gifted us with a new opening ditty, which revealed an uncensored glimpse into 9R host Todd Oberndorfer’s childhood. This episode features a conversation with Lorie Buckley, Derek Williamson, Regina Esparza, and Joel Kitamura; representatives from Ogden City Arts, Culture & Events’ new Information Kiosk/Café, The Corner.
Utah Symphony Guest Conductor, Randall Craig Fleischer, in our Van Sessions #TanVan mobile studio, at Snowbasin Resort for Ogden Symphony Ballet Association’s Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald concert under the stars.
Episode 8 of the Nine Rails Arts Podcast features an interview with Collin Noortmann Chandler, Mark Seawell and Chris Miller, the artists behind Eccles Community Art Center’s November exhibition, “Relative Truth.”
Our first bilingual podcast! We spoke with Maria Salgado with WSU Ballet Folklorico and Leon Araujo, owner of local cafe Coffee Links to chat about the upcoming Mexican Holiday, Dia De Los Muertos, along with Irimelva Reyes, director of Tutulli Ballet Folklorico.
Interview with Ogden City Arts Coordinator, Lorie Buckley. Why a community should focus on the arts, Mayor's Awards in the Arts, First Friday Art Stroll, Ogden Twilight, and the new Nine Rails Arts District.
This episode includes an interview with James Argo of Industrial Art & Design and Jake McIntire of Union Creative Agency. We also spoke with Philadelphia-based BalletX Associate Artistic Director, Tara Keating, along with Dancer, Richard Villaverde.
Nine Rails Arts #Podcast Ep 5, w/Ink Dwell's WSU Hurst Artist-in-Residence, Jane Kim, & adventure journalist, Thayer Walker, WSU Dean of Arts & Humanities Scott Sprenger, & Matthew Choberka, Chair, Department of Visual Art & Design. Plus a LITerally reading, and a duet from NEXT Ensemble.