On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Victor Davila stops in to talk about art, teaching, Orlando's flag, and much more. He helps design some Bad Business Ideas, and we spend a lot of time talking about movie soundtracks as well. Listen up! This episode was recorded on May 8, 2017, on WPRK FM.
Julian and Rachel discuss the Arts in Odd Places festival, how Orlando has evolved, and more!
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Bess Auer discusses how she went from being a teacher to a full-time blogger to a book author. That's not completely accurate of course, she's still a teacher and a blogger. It's all storytelling, and Bess is great at spinning good stories and drawing people in. We also go into detail on April the Giraffe, growing up in central Florida, and building communities. This episode was recorded on March 13, 2017, on WPRK FM.
On this episode of To a Certain Degree, Ron Piccolo comes back to one of his alma maters to discuss his work with local nonprofits, the academic writing process, and improv. Along with that, Black Sabbath makes an appearance, a solution for renting art from friends becomes clear, and we discuss travel as part of the college experience. This episode was recorded on February 6, 2017, on WPRK FM.
“Kids are creating language as best they can with the vocabulary that they have, with the experience they have. And I’m just trying to push and encourage and challenge them in a way that helps their writing, wherever it is, to evolve and to grow.”
On this week’s episode of To a Certain Degree, Stefanie Esquijarosa joins Nick to talk about how she ended up at the job of her dreams. As with many of these types of jobs, it wasn’t the path she’d thought she’d take at all. Along with her story about the Florida Film Academy, you’ll also hear some truly fiery Bad Business Ideas™, what can loosely be described as audio engineering, and very few recommendations on cashing in your college fund to make a movie.