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Collage De Victor

Vlctor javier martinez

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Blenvenidos al Podcast, Collage de Victor.Donde seguro encontrará sorprendentes tipos para mejorar sus relaciones humanas Cover art photo provided by Katie Doherty on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@laroussephoto
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Collages

Carlin McLellan

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Little moments held together by threads of days running into the next ones. Original music by Carlin McLellan woven together with sketches of daily life.
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Collage Creative with Amy Small

Amy Small: Designer, Knitter, Business Owner and Mom

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The Collage Creative podcast is a weekly interview show dedicated to uncovering the motivations, daily routines and practices of women who are living life on their own terms. They may do this through a business they’ve created or they may simply choose to live differently in some way.
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The Conversation Collage

Porsha and Jerry

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do you like pop culture? do you like venting about pop culture? do you like rants? ..... you get the point this podcast is for you! just sit back and let the sounds of Jerry Joseph and Porsha flow like a river of mystical love through your ear holes:) Catch all of are podcast here! check us out on twitter @convocollage Check out our first podcast now! :)
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stopGOstop is a podcast that explores the idea that sound recordings can act as sediment — an accumulation of recorded cultural material — distributed via rss feed, and listened to on headphones. Each episode is a new sonic layer, incorporating field recordings, plunderphonics, and electroacoustic sound, all composed together in one episode or, alternately, presented individually as striations. The podcast has evolved over its existence, started as a field recording podcast in 2012 the first ...
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Why did the chicken cross the road?Ausgebeutet, ins Lächerliche gezogen, abgewertet. Hühner sind für die Wenigsten ein Vorbild. Doch sehen wir den Tatsachen ins Auge: Ihre Lebensbedingungen ähneln den unseren auf erschreckende Weise. Abhängig von Strukturen, die andere für uns bereitstellen – seien sie architektonischer oder logistischer Natur, kön…
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Stadtteilforschung zur polizeilichen Praxis auf St. Pauli: Das Thema der Sendung ist eine kollaborative Stadtteilforschung auf St. Pauli. In dieser wurden Erleben und Umgang von Personen, die von Polizeikontrollen und Racist Profiling betroffen sind sowie den dortigen Bewohner*innen untersucht. Anlass des Forschungsprojektes war die in den vergange…
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Länge: 50 minMitte Januar 2024 wurde die Correctiv-Recherche über die menschenfeindlichen Vertreibungspläne rechter Akteur*innen veröffentlicht. Daraufin gingen hunderttausende Menschen in der BRD auf de Straße gegen die AfD. Was heißt das für uns als Anarchist*innen? Wir haben viele Genoss*innen gefragt, wie sie diese Proteste wahrnehmen, wie sie …
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Eindrücke von 8. März-Demonstrationen in Frankreich, Italien, Österreich und Deutschland und Gedanken, Kritik und Hoffnungen feministischer Freund:innen und Aktivist:innen aus Paris und Rom, aus der Ukraine, der Autonomen Region Kurdistan im Irak, aus Rojava und aus Deutschland.Impressions of March 8 demonstrations in France, Italy, Austria and Ger…
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grandma's hands presents a multilingual incursion into genealogical consonants and vowels. While increasing and multiplying, the four grandma's hands coming from two (femin)easts are telling stubbornly grounding stories of displacement and survival, resistance and love. maybe of other things that transcend through anyways too much work and erasure …
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Julie, Charly und Fenja absolvieren grade ihren Freiwilligendienst in sozialen Projekten in Otavalo in Ecuador. Anlässlich des Weltfrauentages haben sie auf der Straße Interviews geführt – zu Machismo, Feminismus, Gewalt an Frauen. Was bedeutet dir 8. März? Ist es wirklich ein Tag wie jeder andere? Stimmen aus Lateinamerika. Radio onda und der NPLA…
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Von Küchentischgesprächen, als Care-Struktur, auf der Straße bis hin zur autonomen Organisation und Gesellschaftstransformation - wo begegnet uns Freund*innenschaft, was bedeutet uns diese und wie leben wir sie in unserem Alltag aus? In dieser Collage kommen Freund*innen zu Wort. Es werden verschiedene Ebenen beleuchtet und widerständige Praxen auf…
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Im September 2023 hat eine Gruppe Queers Forderungen an alle Freien Radios veröffentlicht. Liebe Grüße! Fanden wir super! Vielen Dank!Wir sind die feministische Redaktion aus dem bermudafunk. Wir senden einmal im Monat die Sendung Glottal Stop und in unserer 5-jährigen Jubiläumssendung im Februar 2024, in der wir zurück und nach vorne geschaut habe…
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An diesem Dienstag vollzog Bundeskanzler Scholz symbolisch den ersten Spatenstich für den Freiburger Neubaustadtteil Dietenbach. Die vorbereitenden Arbeiten laufen natürlich schon längst. Anlässlich des Scholz Besuches protestierten nicht nur die Bauern, sondern auch das Aktionsbündnis für den Erhalt des Wäldchens zwischen dem Stadtteil Rieselfeld …
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Für viele Menschen verbreitet der Ofen, besonders in der Winterzeit das Gefühl von Gemütlichkeit. Das ist aber nicht für alle so. Es gibt auch heute noch Menschen, die mit dem Ofen heizen und so auf ihn angewiesen ist. Das macht Dreck und Arbeit und bestimmt oftmals den Alltag. Alltäglicher Stress oder romantisches Flackern? Wir haben uns mit dem F…
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DIE WEißE RAMPE ist ein politischer Traumtext, um den sich diese Radio-Collage dreht. Es geht um deutsch-weiß-linke Gesprächsfäden, Gegenwart, Geschichte und Gegenöffentlichkeit. Zitat aus dem Text: "Der Tod ist kein Meister aus Deutschland, ich bin aus Deutschland. Ich setzte mich einen Moment hin, um etwas zu trinken und nachzudenken. Es ist scho…
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Die Dokumentation ECHOES FROM BORDERLAND von Lara Milena Brose begleitet Geflüchtete aus Afghanistan, die in Bosnien-Herzegowina an der EU-Außengrenze "stranden" und dort zum Teil über mehrere Monate in informellen Zeltlagern ohne Wasser oder Heizmöglichkeit leben. Sie treten mehrfach und meist ohne Erfolg mithilfe von Fluchthelfer*innen den gefähr…
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Hier ist die von Dave etwas zusammengekürzte und für die Focus Kultur leicht zurechtgestutzte Review von Meike aus dem Morgenradio von Dienstag zum Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis 2024 in Saarbrücken, dieses ging vom 22. bis zum 28. Januar. Meike stellt uns jetzt ihre persönlichen Highlights vor und berichtet über die Atmosphäre des Filmfestivals.…
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stopGOstop is proud to present episode 178: 2° F winds out of the west, a new composition for cello, piano, percussion and recording. (Some might have gotten a re-podcast of episode 171 on 1/24, a clerical error, please enjoy)توسط john wanzel
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Concrete blocks, a bit of feedback, a slow melody, erosion, moving, turning to a beat to move forward, sitting and thinking about the future. A recycling of some of the sonic elements from 103 of the podcast, Unknown Movement Underground, originally uploaded in July of 2018. Sine waves rearranged for sample instruments, field recordings are replace…
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The water flows north this morning. The sun, it seems to be moving slower over the lake, gaining altitude, finding its way through the clouds. The birds, mostly geese, sparrows, and pigeons today… I wonder if they see what I see. Do they marvel at the sun, the clouds, and the reflective light on the lake? Their brains are made of the same gray stuf…
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Today on the show, I have Chantal of @knitatude. In this episode Chantal shares about how she manages to work a full time job at an ad agency AND run her knitwear pattern business. We cover how actually taking time to get dressed shifts the way she shows up each day, her love of knitting patterns that always speak to beginners and the design she’s …
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Today on the show, I have Jenna Rainey. Jenna is a watercolor artist, teacher and entrepreneur. For creatives with small business aspirations, this podcast is for you. Jenna dives into how she manages all the things she juggles in her business all the while, not burning herself out. Prepare to be inspired. Show notes here.…
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So, yeah. I had a dream last night that I was composing a new piece for episode 171 of the stopGOstop podcast. This is unusual for me; my dream life is, well, limited. My nightly walks through my subconscious mind are, kind of boring.توسط john wanzel
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Hi everyone! Today on the show I have Karyn Lao, multimedia artist whose work explores interconnectivity through play. Karyn’s work experiments with color, material, place, and participation. She believes pompoms have the power to bring communities together. To learn more abotu Karyn and to support her work, head to the show notes here.…
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A wandering conversation of swirling chaos, or just too much to understand, too far away from how things are thought of today. A swirling thought, does this interfere with my life today? Does it change how I change my clothes? How do I treat those I know or will ever meet?توسط john wanzel
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Today on the show I have Betz White. Betz creates, patterns, curated kits and online classes. Betz is the author of three top-selling sewing and crafting books and has been featured on the Martha Stewart Show and in a variety of magazines such as Country Living, Where Women Create and Vogue Patterns. Show notes here.…
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Today on the show, I have Alexa Martin. She is a teacher and life coach. I originally found her work because she taught a workshop at my yoga studio all about the art of saying no. How enticing is that! Show notes here!توسط Amy Small
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Today on the show I have Rachel Burke and to say I'm a little excited is the understatement of the year. Rachel is a fashion designer with a speciality in TINSEL and pom poms, which makes me so happy. I know I'm not alone in this - I can't wait for you to hear her unique path to finding this specialty. Whatever it is you're working on or towards, I…
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Today on the show I have the Grocery Girls!!!! Also known as Tracie Millar and Jodi Brown! If you’re anything like me, you spend time with these ladies on YouTube and Instagram, know a fair amount about them and yet you WANT to know a lot more! That’s where this podcast comes in...and we go deep. We cover their creative stories, how the YouTube cha…
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Today on the show I have Cadence Kidwell, the owner and founder of Fuzzy Goat Yarn Shop. Fuzzy Goat is a delightful and eclectic yarn shop located in Historic Downtown Thomasville – knitting together the community by putting consciously chosen yarns into the hands of both the new and experienced makers. Show notes here. Sign up for the Knit Collage…
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Today on the show, I have Lydia Morrow aka @whatlydiamade. She is knitwear designer, a creative director and the list goes on. There was this strong message from Lydia to let go when you’re gripping too hard and it’s just not working – that you don’t know what’s on the other side until you do. Couple that with her boundlessly creative spirit and da…
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I'm getting back into the swing of recording every 10th episode as a solo episode. In this session, I share a little bit about what's in store for 2023 personally and for Knit Collage. Then I dive into the inner voice training I'm doing right now and tell you all what it's about...warning a little woo woo and out there but if that kind of thing res…
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Today on the podcast, meet Liza Laird. Liza is a spinner, knitter, yoga teacher and the author of a new book called the Yoga of Yarn. The Yoga of Yarn is a book of practices for the modern knitter. There are a total of 55 explorations - including knitting patterns, meditations, yoga movements, and breathing exercises. Show notes and details about o…
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Today is a special episode with Dylan Ayaloo or as he calls himself, the Inner Work Guy. Originally I planned to release this in a few weeks time but after we chatted I knew it had to go live sooner. When a new year begins, there’s such a push to make goals, do more, be better etc. and what Dylan suggests is to slow down, go inward, find that story…
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Hi everyone! Today on the show I have Vanessa Vargas Wilson! She is the force behind Crafty Gemini. At Crafty Gemini she teaches and shares many of the things she love: sewing, knitting, quilting, cooking and gardening. It feels like there's not much she doesn't do! Let's dive in. Show notes here.توسط Amy Small
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Today on the show I have Shelbey Monae! She is the founder of Shelbey and the Bookstore, a black, female owned bookstore with a big mission; to share and get more folks reading books from diverse authors across all different genres. She dives into this in all the juicy details in this episode and gives anyone looking to start a creative business, w…
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stopGOstop and Idaho Street Workshop are proud to present: Christmas has been ruined… or something like that. A semi-narrative story about beepers, the before, and the thin film between life and work. Featuring marimbas, a pipe organ, a field recording, and much much more.توسط john wanzel
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A field recording of Lake Michigan, interweaving chromatic scales, and arpeggios, episode 165 of the podcast features a new composition for a small ensemble (or rather a computer pretending to be a small ensemble). The piece was partly inspired by several bike rides I took this weekend, from Evanston to a nature preserve near South Shore Cultural C…
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stopGOstop and Idaho Street Workshop are proud to present: Thunderstruck, or how I stopped listening and learned to love the end of the world. Featuring field recordings as well as reflections about the weather, high fidelity recordings, war, and much much more.توسط john wanzel
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