Writer/poet Jameson Bayles reads poetry and talks with Maria about his work.
Dan Frueh, photographer/gallery owner/director of Trap Gallery at 525 Gillis St. KCMO, talks about upcoming events and Third Friday Gallery Openings in the Columbus Park neighborhood.
Jameson Bayles has been published in numerous literary journals and magazines. Currently, his work can be found in two books. “The Cataman Years”, published by Mistop Publications and “The Artistic Muses” published by True Color Press. Jameson also maintains two blogging sites as a means of expression: http://excavationsinsocialmagnetisms.blogspot.com/ and http://dharmabum1945.blogspot.com/ . He is currently working on his next manuscript entitled “legends of doho”. Jameson currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri.
Dan Frueh lives and works as a commercial and fine art photographer in his studio in the Columbus Park neighborhood of Kansas City, Missouri. He was graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute with a BFA in Photo/Video in 1994. Frueh owns and operates the Trap Gallery, at 525 Gillis KCMO, that showcases local and national artists.
My passion for photography comes from not only a desire to create, but also from a deep appreciation for the depth and beauty that exists all around us -Dan Frueh
Diego Chi, Making Movies musician/singer/songwriter/poet, joins us in the studio to discuss Making Movies upcoming salsa side project.
Making Movies Social Club, is teaming up with the Mid-America chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), 90.9 The Bridge, Ñ Magazine, and KCSalsa.com to throw a Latin-themed party as a tribute to Fania Records at Kansas City’s VooDoo Lounge, Friday May 15. Making Movies will start the night off with a set of their own music. Following that, they will bring more talent to the stage with a 12-piece band to play two sets as Making Movies Social Club. With salsa dancing lessons and guest musicians The Cuevas Sisters, (Las Hermanas Cuevas) of Maria The Mexican, Mark Lowrey, Keifel Aqui of Son Venezuela, Mandy B, and Coleen Dieker set to perform the night will surely be exciting. A portion of the proceeds will go toward the LLS mission, “to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families.