Eva Arreguin: Creative, Cultural Catalyst and Bad Bitch
The Art People Podcast
Welcome back y’all! This week I chat with cultural producer, one of my closest friends and bad bitch Eva Arreguin. From growing up in Grand Prarie, Texas to creating safe spaces for the POC Dallas community, Eva and I get into her past and talk about the many projects she’s working on today. Whooooooo! Show notes: De Colores Radio Oak Cliff Cultural Center CYC Podcast Las Fotos Project 39 ½ Foot Pole De Colores Collective Insecure Tea with Queen and J. Coming of Age: A Woman of Color Comedy Show Eva on Instagram and Twitter The Art People Podcast is edited and produced by Justin Favela (@favyfav). Production assistance from Mindy Hale and music by Mike McDonald. Follow us on social media @artpeoplepod and visit artpeoplepod.com for more episodes.
The long awaited part 2 of So Fat, So Brave is here! Once again, Favy (Latinos Who Lunch and The Art People Podcast) and Eva (De Colores Radio) join Myte to talk about Fat Representation and it gets personal. Shortly after recording our first fat representation episode, we realized a bunch of new content had come out that we wanted to discuss, including Shrill, Euphoria, American Housewife, Special, and more!Eva's Links:Podcast - https://www.decoloresradio.com/https://www.instagram.com/evaarreguin/Twitter.com/evaarreguinFavy's Links:Podcasts - http://www.latinoswholunch.com http://artpeoplepod.libsyn.com/https://www.instagram.com/favyfav/Twitter.com/favyfavSupport us at https://www.patreon.com/cycpodcastBuy our merch at https://teespring.com/stores/cabronasychingonasVisit our website https://www.cabronasychingonas.com/https://www.instagram.com/cycpodcast/https://twitter.com/cycpodcast#Shrill #Special #FatRepresentation #SoFatSoBrave
Grizzly Kiki | Pop Culture & Interviews With Queer Artists
Thoughts, Feelings, & Fupas!On this episode, we welcome Eva Arrequin, co-host of the De Colores Radio podcast & a member of the De Colores Collective. A North Texas native, Eva uses her voice to enrich the lives of other POCs through the De Colores Collective's gatherings, workshops, and podcast. Since 2016, the events she coordinates with her fellow DCC members, Patricia Arreguin & Rafa Tamayo, have become a highlight of the Oak Cliff Cultural Center's programming.During our conversation with Eva, we discuss growing up in the South; the importance of adequate mental health services for POCs; how to avoid cultural appropriation when being intersectional; and her role as Robert's style icon!