Monday, March 23, 2015

Episode 6: Kaliko Yokoyama



Kaliko Yokoyama grew up in Hawaii where he went to school and learned many skills including surfing and bone carving that he uses in his life today.  Now Kaliko lives in Oregon and teaches bone carving to youth through programs like Journeys in Creativity at the Oregon College of Art and Craft.

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Monday, March 16, 2015

Episode 5: Brad Fortier



Brad Fortier is co-founder of Happy Improv Fun Time and HIFT Consulting with Phil Incorvia, and he has a masters degree in the interdisciplinary study of the anthropology of improvised theater (a unique M.A. he earned at Portland State University).  Brad’s talents as a facilitator, presenter, and instructor have kept him busy doing his favorite activity – having fun with and making an impact on groups of people through interactive play. Brad got his start as a member of Portland’s Brody Theater from 1996 to 2012. He was the education director for the Brody from 2004-2011 and is still very busy developing curriculum and giving workshops around Portland, Oregon and the globe through Happy Improv Fun Time/HIFT Consulting.

Books by Brad Fortier:
Long-Form Improvisation: Collaboration, Comedy and Communion
A Culture Of Play

Find more information here:
www.BradFortier.com

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Monday, March 9, 2015

Episode 4: Washboard Willy



 Larry Hiskett a former landscape architect with a deep passion for music and rhythm turns his dream into a reality.  During a fateful trip to Japan Larry discovered that entertaining children with his unique interactive performance style just might be his calling.  Now he is traveling from state to state as Washboard Willy performing at fairs and other events.

www.WashboardWilly.com
facebook.com/washboardwillyfan

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Monday, March 2, 2015

Episode 3: Wayne Beckwith


Wayne Beckwith is a retired educator with a passion for restoring and demonstrating technology from the past.  He is the wagon master of the Washington County Oregon 4H wagon train leading adults and children alike on adventures in reenacting history.  Wayne drives a team of mules regularly taking part in plow matches around the state of Oregon.

4H Wagon Train: extension.oregonstate.edu/metro4h/wagontrain 

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Cafe Clips



I have heard from several listeners that the hour long podcast format is too long for some of you  To answer this call I have created a series on YouTube called Cafe Clips, made up of short clips from the interviews. The week leading up to the release of the full podcast I will be posting a new Cafe Clip every Wednesday and Friday from the up coming episode.


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