Switchyards: The Podcast

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On this week's show we're featuring a panel discussion from MODA & Architecture and Design Center featuring Tim Keane, Ryan Gravel, Lisa Gordon, Jim Irwin, and Gregory Burbidge. Enjoy. "Atlanta needs great urban design to remain a global cen
On this week's show we talk with Mark DiNatale from The Goat Farm about their two big projects Beacons and Jam-D-Jam. Beacons is aimed at developing an artist community in South Downtown and Jam-D-Jam is about creating music and art from Atlant
On this week's show we talk to Councilman Kwanza Hall about serving District 2, the people who make Atlanta cool, and his middle school break dancing crew. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering plac
On this week's show we welcome back award winning architect Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Wall Architects to talk about the upcoming Congress for the New Urbanism's Small Scale Developer Boot Camp in Atlanta. The training is for people who are inte
On this week's show we talk to writer Max Blau about his time at Creative Loafing, covering city council meetings, and his new gig at Atlanta Magazine. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place fo
We have a bonus episode this week. Nato Thompson, the curator of Flux Night 2015: Dream, previews the one-night public art event that's happening on Auburn and Edgewood. We talked on the phone so the audio quality isn't that great but it's
On this week's show we talk to the new ‎Commissioner of Planning and Community Development for the city of Atlanta, Tim Keane, about his first impressions of Atlanta, his vision for the city and how he plans to improve it. Subscribe to this p
On this week's show we talk to writer and editor Danasia Fantastic of The Urban Realist about exploring Atlanta, launching the online magazine following her quarter, and being a millennial. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS
On this week's show we talk to award winning architect Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Wall Architects about urban design, placemaking, and the politics of parking lots. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gatheri
This is an encore presentation of one of my favorite interviews: On this week's show, we talk to Grant Henry, AKA Sister Louisa, about his artistic alter ego and his journey from seminary student to owner of Church, an Atlanta landmark. Subsc
On this week's show we talk to artist and scholar Fahamu Pecou about using guerilla marketing to get his name out there, blending hip-hop and fine art, and how Atlanta made him the artist that he is. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.
On this week's show we talk to Mike Walbert, Director of A3C Festival & Conference, about building the festival, bringing new artists to Atlanta, and continuing hip hop's conversation. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS S
On this week's show we talk to Regina Weir, Rosa Thurnher, and Felicia Ruiz of Factory Girls. Factory Girls is a fashion incubator that focuses on up and coming local designers. Their goal is to raise Atlanta's high fashion profile on the natio
On this week's show we talk to award winning architect Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Wall Architects about urban design, placemaking, and the politics of parking lots. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gatheri
On this week's show we talk to artist and writer Sean Fahie about growing up in St. Croix, becoming an artist, and being a purveyor of fun around town. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place for
On this week's show we talk to freelance music journalist Christina Lee about covering the changing hip hop scene in Atlanta. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place for doers. An actual building
On this week's show we talk to Lee Bains III of Lee Bains III and The Glory Fires. The Glory Fires bill themselves as Real Alabama Rock 'n' Roll. Their latest album, Dereconstructed, came out last year. The Bitter Southerner called it, "the bes
On this week's show we talk to Nick Purdy of Wild Heaven Craft Beers about his Paste Magazine days, starting a brewery, and how he thinks Atlanta is the best city in the country to build your dreams. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.
On this week's show we talk to Elizabeth Jarrett of Deer Bear Wolf and Trick 3D Gallery about digital art, hosting a variety show, and repurposing unused green spaces around town. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switch
On this week's show we talk to Amanda Rhein, Senior Director of Transit Oriented Development and Real Estate at MARTA, about the future of MARTA and plans to redesign their stations as hubs of housing, businesses, and cultural attractions. Su
On this week's show we talk to Chris Appleton of Wonderroot about the arts organization's next phase. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place for doers. An actual building in Downtown Atlanta fo
On this week's show we talk to Darin Givens of ATL Urbanist and Terry Kearns of Architecture Tourist about design in Atlanta, the need of more landmarks, and projects, both big and small, that are adding to the cityscape. Check of ATL Urbani
On this week's show, we talk to Switchyard's founder, Michael Tavani, about the new Switchyards Building, design, and building brands in Atlanta. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place for doers
On this week's show we venture out of Atlanta and explore the state's natural beauty with The Georgia Conservancy's Bryan Schroeder. Subscribe to this podcast in iTunes: apple.co/1EIoArS Switchyards is a gathering place for doers. An actual
On this week's show we talk with Chuck Reece & Dave Whitling of The Bitter Southerner about drinking, telling stories and the South
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