Podcast 006: Throwback bonus episode!

In celebrating the close of the first season of the Project In-vizible Podcast we wanted to share a conversation from 2013 which ended up being the catalyst for the project and the name Be-invizible. This conversation was based off observations that Skot made while traveling back and forth from Grand Rapids, Michigan to Dallas for work each month.  We discuss his observations of Dallas, comments about some of the local magazines, the diversity of the area and more. 

I hope you enjoy it and please leave us a comment below. 

Also, be on the lookout for season 2 of our podcast!

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Podcast 005: Featuring Joan Davidow of Site 131

Joan Davidow has a storied career in the art world which includes working for the Dallas Museum of Art, the Arlington Museum of Art, the Dallas Contemporary and serving as the art critic for KERA. Joan also has a permanent display of her own art at the University of Texas at Dallas.

In this podcast episode we sit down with Joan and have a great conversation about Site 131, her career in the art world and about some of the upcoming events at Site 131, including the first annual White Party. Listen to find out more! 

Site 131 is located at 131 Payne St, Dallas, TX 75207

Email: info@site131.com

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Podcast 004: Featuring Renwei Chung

Renwei  Chung attends SMU Dedman School of Law. He has an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University and a MBA from the University of Chicago. His is passionate about writing, psychology, and economics. You can contact Renwei by email at projectrenwei@gmail.com, follow him on Twitter (@renweichung), or connect with him on LinkedIn. 

In this episode we talk with Renwei about an article he wrote that appeared in the Dallas Morning News titled I'm from here. Is that enough?   He also shares his thoughts on living in Dallas, diversity and inclusion, the 92% rule and Hip Hop. Listen to the podcast and let us know what you think. 

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Podcast 003: Dallas Native Son and Classical Pianist Joseph Guthrie returns home.

Joseph Guthrie is a musician who's first passion is classical piano but he also enjoys creating  and listening to electronic music. In this podcast we have a conversation with Joe at the Joule Hotel in Downtown Dallas to learn about his passion for music, his journey from a small town outside of Dallas, moving to Los Angeles and back to Dallas. 

Podcast 002: Featuring Photojournalist Elroy Johnson

Elroy Johnson is an aspiring photojournalist based in Dallas, TX. Hie is an educator and photographer that is passionate about telling stories of humanity. His work can be most easily seen on his Instagram account @ejohnsoniv

Podcast 001: Featuring Betsi Pendry

In this podcast, we have an amazing conversation with Betsi Pendry and other friends. Betsi works in the field of Youth Development and reflects on living in Dallas, TX for a little less than  2 years after 15 years in Johannesburg, South Africa where she led community democratization efforts.