TRYTOBEGOOD is a podcast and music show on Bel-Air Radio, an artist-run online radio station located in Silent Barn Brooklyn.
Wing On Wo & Co. is New York Chinatown's oldest store that dates back to the 1890's. Now almost 130 years later, the store has been passed down five generations and has plenty of stories to tell. I sat down with Wing on Co's current owner Mei Lum to talk about how her founding of the The W.O.W Project, which holds events based out of the store, is trying to engage the community of residents in Chinatown in the shaping of the neighborhood's future.
Interview with Matthew Manos, founder of a verynice design studio, about how his volunteer efforts turned into a design studio that's able to keep its doors open by doing 50% pro-bono work, and how his new book about rethinking the reactive post-trauma nature of social enterprises will impact the future.
Interview with Silica Magazine founders Evander Batson and Ivy St Ive to talk about the friction of the anthropocene & ecology and geography in the age of global systems.
Extrapolation Factory co-founders Elliot Montgomery and Chris Woebken advise on thinking and designing for the future.
Transdisciplinary artist Heather Dewey Hagborg talks about the future of genetic privacy. Co-hosted with Hyperopia 20/30.
Starting off my new Talk Up, Start Down series understanding the space of non-profit community-driven startups and organizations by chatting with Roo and Kunal of BETTER. They also happen to be studiomates with BEL-AIR at Silent Barn.