Ignite Interviews Episode 8: Terrain with Ginger Ewing and Jackie Caro
Join Cyndi Donahue for a conversation with Ginger Ewing and Jackie Caro of Terrain, Spokane’s federal non-profit arts organization that provides large scale events, annual art markets, an art gallery and more. Ginger talks about the origin of Terrain and its goal of giving a voice to the underrepresented, filling the gap of emerging artists with our art community and bringing musicians, visual and literary artists together. In 2021, Terrain plans to lean into its Creative Enterprise Program and the retail store front “From Here” as well as moving more online. Ginger talks about how Terrain’s involvement in the Black Lives Matter mural helped bring its social justice platform to the forefront and the importance of public art installations coming to our community. Ginger and Jackie talk about the importance of learning from other cities about how to keep affordable opportunities for artists in Spokane. You’ll also learn ways to support local artists and to engage with Terrain. Find out more at www.terrainspokane.com.
This week, co-founder of Terrain Ginger Ewing joins the show to talk about the arts scene in Spokane and the Black Lives Matter movement in a time capsule episode before the Presidential Election. It was fun to reflect back on this episode and seeing how much has actually changed within the last few months before President Biden was elected. If you want to learn more about Terrain and what they do for the Pacific Northwest, check out their website: https://www.terrainspokane.com/ Wayward Artists in a Wayward World is a podcast where each and every Sunday Sid talks to all kinds of artists about the people and things that they are thankful for. Inspired by Jared Petty's podcast Pocket Full of Soup. Leave your feedback of the show at these places: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/waywardworldpodcast Twitter: @waywardworldpod Email: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/waywardworldpodcast/support
EP.7 - Can We All Be a Little More Like Ginger Ewing?
How Goods This.
The radiant, compassionate, highly intelligent-activist, Ginger Ewing sits down with the boys to chat about her work and what we can be doing about the state of the world. Ginger is an arts educator, advocate and organizer who's efforts are fueled by a variety of interests, with racial equity and social justice at the forefront. Her non-profit, co-op, "TERRAIN" provides space and exposure for artists all over the Pacific Northwest. She talks with us about finding her identity in Black culture after being raised by a single White mother. All the complications of self discovery and how she discovered her own voice and balance in helping others find theirs. Ginger is a hero and we love her. Check out and donate to TERRAIN at: https://www.terrainspokane.com/donationsFor more content, exclusive opportunities and ways to join our little family, check out: patreon.com/liveatthelodge.Follow us: http://www.instagram.com/howgoodsthis_podcasthttp://www.instagram.com/juliangavilaneshttp://www.instagram.com/allenstonehttp://www.instagram.com/mynameisnotsteve See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To quote Ginger Ewing directly, "Why Not Spokane?" On this show, we talk with Ginger Ewing and Luke Baumgarten about the incredible communities they are building in Spokane through the Terrain network. We also chat about Empanadas, places to walk your doggos and about an upcoming project in the old Sushi Yama.