The Inspiring Conversations Podcast

A Deep Conversation With Artist Krystie Bunch--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below

January 20, 2021 Real, Meaningful Conversations From The Real World
The Inspiring Conversations Podcast
A Deep Conversation With Artist Krystie Bunch--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below
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The Inspiring Conversations Podcast
A Deep Conversation With Artist Krystie Bunch--Video Available On Inspiring Conversations Podcast Channel On Youtube-Link Below
Jan 20, 2021
Real, Meaningful Conversations From The Real World

TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/k4Nc3ZagJG0

Jeff sits down with artist Krystie Bunch to hear her share deeply about her work and about how she got started creating art. 

She also speaks in a very heartfelt, moving, and a compelling way about the importance of community and culture and about what her experiences have been like facilitating and teaching art classes and participating in Downtown Tulsa & Living Arts Of Tulsa's recent project, Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion.

Artist Bio:  I’m a Tulsa-based interdisciplinary artist. I utilize art as a portal, allowing outsiders a glimpse into the beautifully complex layers of my daily existence. I’m a Black American female who lives as a lifelong creative, full-time mom, community activist, youth advocate and human who experiences a neurological disorder called misophonia/misokinesia. Life is a constant state of processing and readjusting. In my art I allow myself the opportunity to be still, heal and move in hope.


Show Notes

TO WATCH A VIDEO OF THIS INTERVIEW, GO TO INSPIRING CONVERSATIONS PODCAST CHANNEL OR VIEW DIRECTLY AT https://youtu.be/k4Nc3ZagJG0

Jeff sits down with artist Krystie Bunch to hear her share deeply about her work and about how she got started creating art. 

She also speaks in a very heartfelt, moving, and a compelling way about the importance of community and culture and about what her experiences have been like facilitating and teaching art classes and participating in Downtown Tulsa & Living Arts Of Tulsa's recent project, Project Hope, Unity, and Compassion.

Artist Bio:  I’m a Tulsa-based interdisciplinary artist. I utilize art as a portal, allowing outsiders a glimpse into the beautifully complex layers of my daily existence. I’m a Black American female who lives as a lifelong creative, full-time mom, community activist, youth advocate and human who experiences a neurological disorder called misophonia/misokinesia. Life is a constant state of processing and readjusting. In my art I allow myself the opportunity to be still, heal and move in hope.