Koger Center Arts Roundup
Koger Center Arts Roundup
Garnet Media Group
On Koger Center Arts Roundup, Nate Terracio interviews influential members of the arts community in Columbia, South Carolina. The podcast covers fine arts, arts management, production, and much more!
S2E12 - Famously Hot New Years Eve Columbia
Episode 12: Famously Hot New Years Eve Columbia Nate talks with the crew at Famously Hot New Years Eve on how this year's virtual celebration will bring old traditions to a new light! Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Dec 22, 2020
29 min
S2E11 - Adam Epstein
Episode 11: Adam Epstein Adam Epstein is the CEO and Founder of Innovation Arts and Entertainment (IAE). IAE, partnered with the Roberts Group, are responsible for bringing live music back to Columbia with the new, COVID-safe outdoor event venue, ColaConcerts. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Dec 8, 2020
34 min
S2E10 - Brooklyn Mack
Episode 10: Brooklyn Mack Brooklyn Mack is an American ballet dancer hailing from South Carolina. He is currently a freelance dancer and previously danced with the American Ballet Theatre, The Joffrey Ballet, and won a silver medal in the USA International Ballet Competition. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Dec 3, 2020
53 min
S2E9 - Dr. Tish Oney — Singer, Composer, Author
Episode 9: Dr. Tish Oney — Singer, Composer, Author Dr. Tish Oney joins the Arts Roundup to talk about the release of her new book, Peggy Lee: A Century of Song. She is a profound singer, composer, and author with an extensive repertoire of jazz tunes. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Nov 10, 2020
30 min
S2E8 - Catherine Walworth: Head Curator for the Columbia Museum of Art
Catherine Walworth: Head Curator for the Columbia Museum of Art Catherine Walworth talks with Nate about what she does as head curator at the Columbia Museum of Art and the immersive "Visions of India" exhibit that will be open through January 10, 2021. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Oct 29, 2020
43 min
S2E7 - Brad Shank, E.V.P of the Columbia Fireflies
Episode 7: Brad Shank, E.V.P of the Columbia Fireflies Brad Shank, executive vice president of the Fireflies and Segra Park, joins Nate to talk about their shift from baseball stadium to event venue. Segra Park has a newly founded partnership with the Koger Center as the Columbia arts scene begins to program for our "new normal." Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Oct 16, 2020
42 min
S2E6 - Anita Floyd and the Columbia Film Society
Episode 6: Anita Floyd and the Columbia Film Society Anita Floyd, director of the Columbia Film Society, join the Arts Roundup to talk about the importance of supporting local film makers in South Carolina and what programs the Film Society has created over its lifetime. Floyd also talks with Nate about the Nickelodeon Theatre, South Carolina's premiere indie film house. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Oct 6, 2020
38 min
S2E5 - Marty Fort
Episode 5: Marty Fort This episode of the Arts Roundup features Marty Fort, founder and CEO of the Columbia Arts Academy and Lexington Music School. Marty is a distinguished musician who has been performing all of his life. Nate Terracio talks with Marty about his personal history with music and how it led him to create the music academies that hundreds of students across the Midlands call home. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Sep 15, 2020
32 min
S2E4 - 1593 Runners Up
1593 Runners Up During the Koger Center's closure, we created a project titled the "1593 Project: A Call for Art." We challenged artists of all mediums from all genres to submit work that they created during quarantine. Our runners up, Bob Jolly, Janet Swigler, and Jesse Quales talk with Nate about the processes behind the creation of their interdisciplinary pieces. If you would like to see their works, go to KogerCenterForTheArts.com. Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Sep 3, 2020
54 min
S2E3 - USC Press with Mackenzie Collier and Aurora Bell
Episode 3: USC Press with Mackenzie Collier and Aurora Bell Established in 1944, the University of South Carolina Press is one of the oldest and most distinguished publishing houses in the South. With well over 1,000 books available in print and digital formats, and publishing approximately 50 new books annually, the Press enhances and expands the scholarly reputation and worldwide visibility of the University of South Carolina. Mackenzie Collier and Aurora Bell talk about what USC Press does, the history of the Press, and the books they are planning on releasing in the near future! Browse all of the offerings of the USC Press online at www.USCPress.com! Koger Center Arts Roundup is hosted by Nate Terracio and produced and edited by Lauren Smith; the theme music was written by Steve Borders.
Aug 20, 2020
37 min
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