Art Talks - Laura Brown and the Moab Music Festival
KZMU Public Affairs
On the latest Art Talks, host Richard Codd gets the details of the 2021 Moab Music Festival. Guest Laura Brown is the executive director of the fest, which has a long history of being ‘in concert with the landscape.' Brown explains how they’ve taken it a step further by commissioning pieces by current artists about the Moab area. This commissioning has resulted in this year's most anticipated performance, 'Lost Freedom: Japanese American Confinement in the US,' narrated by someone who lived it – George Takei.Show Notes:Moab Music Festhttps://moabmusicfest.org
Dr. Laura Brown (Ph.D., the University of Texas at Austin, 2015) is an Assistant Professor of Practice in Communication Studies and serves as Program Director for the University of Texas Semester in New York (UTNY). She teaches the Leadership & Urban Engagement course. To learn more, go to: https://utny.utexas.edu/ or follow @UTNYProgram on Instagram.
On part 2 of this episode, attorney Paul Durham continues speaking with owner and operator Laura Brown from Fox Point Oysters about shellfish regulations, horseshoe crabs, and even getting to sample some of Laura's oysters right from her farm. You can find out more about Paul and how to contact him by visiting: www.sheehan.com/attorneys/durham-j-paul/ You can find out more about Sheehan Phinney by visiting: www.sheehan.com
On part 1 of this episode, attorney Paul Durham will be speaking with owner and operator Laura Brown from Fox Point Oysters based out of Little Bay in Dover, New Hampshire. It's one of several oyster farms on the Seacoast and if you've had oysters from any of the local restaurants there is a good chance they've come from Fox Point Oysters. You can find out more about Paul and how to contact him by visiting: www.sheehan.com/attorneys/durham-j-paul/ You can find out more about Sheehan Phinney by visiting: www.sheehan.com
Laura Brown - Editor in Chief of InStyle Magazine on Producing a Magazine and Being Your Best Self
Angle on Producers with Carolina Groppa
Laura Brown is the Editor in Chief of InStyle, one of the world’s most successful fashion media brands. I’ve been, stalking, I mean following her on IG for quite some time. I simply adore how authentically herself she is and it made me curious to know what is it like to produce a new magazine issue month after month, year after year. So, in my true caca form, I found her well via her inbox, and low and behold, she said yes. You may be wondering what the fancy Editor in Chief of a top international publication is doing on a podcast about producers? Turns out the ethos behind producing a magazine is very congruent with producing a film. The emotional labor, team effort, and creativity needed to pull off an issue is nothing short of a miracle. Sort of like the miracle required to make a film. Laura spent 11 years at Harpers Bazaar before being appointed to this role in August of 2016. She is responsible for InStyle’s voice and helming a brand that reaches 30-plus million women. She also leads development of the ‘InStyle Badass Women’ platform and hosts InStyle’s weekly podcast ‘Ladies First’ Does she sleep? How much wine does she consume? How did she find time to squeeze me in? All great questions I don’t have the answers to... But, what I can give you is her lovely insights into leading life and work with joy, making sure you are going into a profession for the right reasons, and how being yourself is your greatest weapon. Enjoy the laughs & lessons. Beijos, Caca
Laura is the editor-in-chief of InStyle magazine the former executive director of Harper's Bazaar magazine... AND, she's witty beyond measure. She takes us through her journey within the fashion landscape, highlighting the importance of mentorship and the evolving nature of fashion itself.
This week I spoke to a really lovely and inspiring woman called Laura Brown who runs a company called Intuitive Alchemy - Laura calls herself an intuitive lifestylist which essentially means she’s helping people with different healing practices including tarot reading. Tarot is a large part of what she does so we focus a lot on that in the chat but essentially it’s all rooted in how Laura helps people open up to their multidimensional selves - unlocking real potential and start living a life that is more aligned and in keeping with what you truly want. I would really like to know your thoughts - have you had tarot reading? Are you someone who sees an alchemic expert? Please do get in touch - and also if this chat has inspired you to either explore the world of tarot or even train in it. https://www.intuitivealchemy.co
Laura Brown on Making Something That Fits You / Ep. 18
Grow From Center
Laura Brown is an artist, printmaker, and founder of Postcard Club. We talk about cultivating hope, steps towards creative sustainability, the pandemic as a boundary, having confidence in your creative voice, and how Laura has worked to carve out a place for herself that feels good. Full episode notes here Laura Holway is a writer and coach that helps heart-centered humans build creative businesses that center their values and humanity, and cultivate radical self-trust along the way. Grow From Center shares action steps, mindset shifts, and inspiration to support you as you create what you long to find in your work and life. LINKS: Laura Brown's website Laura Brown on Instagram Join Postcard Club Laura Holway on Instagram Subscribe to Laura Holway's bi-monthly newsletters for creative humans
Episode 07: Life Is An RV Road Trip with Laura Brown
What Are You Bringing?
Laura Brown (@laurabrown99) editor-in-chief of InStyle Magazine (@instylemagazine) rocks us like a hurricane this week. Topics include road trips, authenticity, aviator sunglasses, cancelling big plans thanks to the pandemmy, and poop. Quick note: This was recorded the week before the decisive Biden/Harris victor in the 2020 Presidential election, so there is some talk about being nervous about the outcome, which has now come out! Follow us on instagram @waypodcast Hosts: Jennifer Pastiloff @jenpastiloff Alicia 'ACE' Easter @aceyogala Produced by: Aviv Rubinstien @rambocalrissian Music by: Alexandra Kalinowski @alexandrapaloma
System Speak: Dissociative Identity Disorder ( Multiple Personality Disorder ), Complex Trauma , and Dissociation
We interview Dr. Laura Brown about her journey treating complex trauma. She shares about the history of believing women’s stories when others did not. She also explains why she does not use “disorder” with dissociative identities. She also shares her experience with keeping a therapy dog in her office. Trigger warning for mention of trauma cases and a variety of abuses, but no in depth discussion of specifics and no details disclosed.Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this website and during your listening experience. Natural pauses due to dissociation have not been edited out of the podcast, and have been left for authenticity. While some professional material may be referenced for educational purposes, Emma and her system are not your therapist nor offering professional advice. Any informational material shared or referenced is simply part of our own learning process, and not guaranteed to be the latest research or best method for you. Please contact your therapist or nearest emergency room in case of any emergency. This website does not provide any medical, mental health, or social support services. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★