Nine Rails Arts Podcast Ep. 5 - Ink Dwell Part 2 / LITerally Podcast Reading

In Episode 5, we go on campus to talk Ink Dwell’s Monarch Butterfly Migrating Mural at Weber State University’s Kimball Visual Arts Building. We sat down with Ink Dwell studio co-founders, WSU Hurst Artist-in-Residence, Jane Kim, and adventure journalist, Thayer Walker, as well as Aubrey Eckhardt, one of three art student interns assisting with the mural.

Scott Sprenger, the dean of the Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, and Matthew Choberka, the Chair & Professor of Art at the Department of Visual Art & Design, joined us for the conversation as well. Ogden’s first Migrating Mural, discussed in Episode 4, is located at The Monarch building at 455 25th Street. Community members can view banner illustrations created by Kim at the Ogden Nature Center.

We also include a reading from the Utah Humanities Book Festival LITerally Podcast Reunion at Good Company Theater. A dozen National and Local authors gathered in Ogden for a book signing, group podcast, and individual readings. We chose our favorite reading for this Episode of the Nine Rails Arts Podcast

The Banyan Collective’s Nine Rails Arts Podcast explores what it means to be an Adventurous Creative in 2018. Through a partnership with arts non-profit, Ogden First, we will get to know Ogden’s new Nine Rails Creative District, as well as the district’s epicenter and future home to artisans, designers & creatives, the Monarch building.

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