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Creative Pois-On podcast believes in the power of generating and sharing ideas to connect the dots and immerse ourselves in the multi-dimensional and digitalized world we live in.
Every month we will discuss a different topic, from a creative, cultural and even business perspective in order to explore how much creativity could be crucial and essential in any fields, from the most corporate to the most artistic and independent ones.

This Podcast is an original idea by Daniela Pavan and Tommaso Cartia, with the collaboration of Costanza Biasibetti. After a brief introduction that we call The Creative Briefing, Daniela will discuss the monthly topic by connecting the dots between the world of business and creativity, exploring its potentials and providing insights and ideas with her “The Creative Bridge” episode. While Tommaso will give voice to a more humanistic talk with interpolations with the world of entertainment, iconography and Pop Culture: “The Creative Being”.
The final episode, The Creative Interview, will be graced by a special guest who embodies and successfully represents the treated topic.

New York will be Creative Pois-On’s solid ground, a kaleidoscopic platform that interconnects the entire world with its variety and complexity in terms of dimensions, groups, ethnicities, businesses and artistic venues.

We imagine you comfortably letting yourself go to the timeless power of your creativity.

Let’s get started… ready, set, imagine!
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Our Artistic Director Daniela Pavan - https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielapavan/ and our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia -https://www.linkedin.com/in/tommaso-cartia-24593035/- discuss the new editorial line of the #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 project with the mission to explore the link between creativity and new businesses to redesign new innovative models for the future post COVID-19Catch Phase 2 here and on:FB:https://www.facebook.com/creativepoisonIG: https://www.instagram.com/creativepois_on/YT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOj-BjK5a5Qf7rvNjmZst_A?view_as=subscriberWebsite: www.creativepoisn.comCreative Pois-On Podcast Distribution:Spreaker, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Dezeer, Overcast, Castbox,Radio Public, Breaker, Anchor FM, Podcast addict
#CreativityWillSaveUs goes rainbow for a special episode celebrating 2020 Pride Month happening in this very unprecedented times of the COVID-19. In this episode, we give voice to some extraordinary artists of the LGBTQ+ community who share with us how they turned to their creative outlets to navigate the lockdown and how are they keep on marching, virtually this year, for a more tolerant, equalitarian, and peaceful society. #AllLivesMatters.Featuring:Photographer/Cinematographer and Digital Artist Claudio Napoli, who decided to fill the emptiness of the NYC's streets that this year, for the first time since 1969, will not see their proud LGBTQ+ community marching for its rights, with an inspirational recollection of the last three Pride that he participated in.From David James Parr's play Slap & Tickle, Actress Pooya Mohseni and Actor Sebastian LaCause perform a sweetly ill-fated love affair featuring a gay man and a transgender woman. This piece was recorded in quarantine and is part of the Pride Plays Series 2020 co-produced by Actor Michael Urie. Watch the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxKO4...Rob Driemeyer, Actor, Producer, and Comedian and now Host of Broadway Barfly - a weekly video-series that pairs theater, lure with classic cocktails and historical context. For this special Barfly Rob goes "somewhere over the rainbow" paying homage to Judy Garland and her link with the 1969 riots against police harassment and brutality at Stonewall Inn.Follow Rob's Barfly series on Instagram @RobertDriemeyer Singer-songwriter Erene Mastrangeli shares her inspirational message on the power of art, creativity, and resilience during these very critical times and heals us with an exquisite live version of her song "We Are Treasures" off her new album.For more info on Erene: https://www.erenemusic.comPhotographer Thomas Cluderay gives us an exclusive peek on the Washington D.C. quarantine, where he lives, through his collection "Stoop Sessions in the COVID Age". For more info on Thomas and the series: http://www.tcluderayphoto.com/stoopse...From Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Actor Larry Buzzeo performs one of his favorites cheerful tunes, What a Wonderful World, part of his "Quarantine Karaoke". The backdrop for the performance is a beautiful walk on the Fort Lauderdale beach that Larry recorded last summer, wishing for the world to safely reopen its wonders.
Episode 10 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. This episode marks the end of "Phase 1" of the #CreativityWillSaveUs project welcoming "Phase 2" by celebrating in the coda of the video all of the wonderful artists that have been part of the journey so far. In this episode:International Singer-Songwriter & Musician Barbara Eramo shares the video of a 'Ordinary People' a special song inspired by her quarantine experience in Italy. The song is written, produced, and performed by Barbara Eramo and Artist Andrea D’Apolito - Dap. The song anticipates Eramo's upcoming LP "Emisferi"For more info on Barbara Eramo please click here: www.barbaraeramo.itSheltered in Houston, Texas, Author, Editor, and Founder of Brighten Press Publishing, Gene Hult recites his poem "Prophet", an excerpt from his poetry book "Render", bringing it to life by counterpointing the words with a vivid video collage. Gene is the author of 125 published books under the pseudonym J.E. Bright (jebright.com), including upcoming hardcover Wonder Woman: The Way of the Amazons.For more info about Gene Hult please visit: http://brightenpress.comSheltered in Dallas, Texas, Pianist, Composer, and Teacher and Leader of the band Plus One Jazz Group, Rebecca Cordes shares her feelings on how her life as a performing artist rapidly changed when the global pandemic hit and how she is finding and inspiring us to find, strength and courage through music also surrounded by the incredible Dallas' jazz community of performing artists who are showing nothing but solidarity and resilience during the emergency. Rebecca performs for us a piano adaptation of "No One is Alone" from the musical "Into the Woods", which lyrics have inspired her to keep on believing that art and #creativitywillsaveus. The perfect backdrop to pay homage to all of the wonderful artists that have shared their creative minds and feelings with us during Phase 1 of #CreativityWillSaveUs. Welcome, Phase 2!For more info about Rebecca Cordes please visit: https://www.rebeccacordes.com
Episode 9 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus.From Brussels, Belgium, to Brooklyn, NYC. This new episode unifies the artistic inspiration of three exceptional creative minds experiencing the quarantine.From Brussels, Conceptual Digital Artist Peter M. Friess presents a visionary interpretation of the COVID-19 phenomenon, orchestrating a concerto of images and sounds, mixed up with real media reports. The video was realized with a Brussels-based group of artists and it is based on their improvisations on the Corona Virus theme. To know more about Peter M. Friess: http://www.petermfriess.com/#infoFrom Brooklyn, New York, Award-Winning Author Andrew Cotto and a regular contributor of newspapers like The New York Times; The Huffington Post; Condé Nast Traveler; Maxim; shares his thoughts and feelings on how he is living the quarantine, reflecting on the center value of art and creativity. Also, the author delights us with a passage from his latest book "Cucina Tipica - An Italian Adventure" - through which we can travel to Italy with our imagination and with the dreamy power of literature. To know more about Andrew Cotto: https://andrewcotto.comBack to Brussels, with Concert Pianist and Art Researcher Giusy Caruso who reflects on the importance of art, music creativity, introspection, and healing that a time like the quarantine allows us to dive in and experience even more intensely than before. Her didactic aims, combined with the yogic principle of mind-body interaction, to transfer enthusiasm, determination, and grit to young musicians by highlighting and enhancing the individuality of the students while respecting the philological aspect of the musical text. To know more about Giusy Caruso: http://www.giusycaruso.com/eng/Narrator: artist, storyteller, writer Sabrina Wirth.Soundtrack - 'Faith Within Your Hands' written and performed by Alessandra SalernoArtwork by Giada JoysReady, Set, Imagine
Episode 8 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. This is a very special episode, featuring the evocative genius of NYC-based Film Director Jeremiah Kipp who shares with us his latest short-movie "Poem XV" by Pablo Neruda inspired by the current state of lockdown. The movie stars a constellation of exquisite actors:Adam Auslander (NBC's "The Blacklist"; "Okja"); Nicole Greevy ("Uncanny County"); Philip Hoffman ("The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"; "The Plot Against America"); Ben McHugh ("Mamma Mia!" "Pickup" "Blue Bloods"); Pooya Mohseni (Law&Order); Joy Shatz ("Rich Boy, Rich Girl; "Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel"). The short-movie was edited by Ben McHugh.Find more about Jeremiah Kipp here: http://kippfilms.com/main.htmlNYC-based Photographer & Reka Nyari who during the city lockdown because of the COVID-19 is auctioning some of her works to support NY Langone Medical Workers in the frontlines. Find out more about it on her Instagram page @rekanyariphotography and on her website www.rekanyari.comRead Creative Pois-On interview and podcast show with Reka Nyari here: http://creativepoisn.com/storytelier-photographer-rekanyari-mybodybelongstome/From the island of Sicily, in Italy, resonates in this episode the soulful voice of Award-Winning, Singer-songwriter, and Music Creator Cassandra Raffaele. A true multi-instrumentalist, gifted lyricists, and histrionic producer, strong of many international experiences, the artist rose to fame also thanks to her participation in the X-Factor talent show. Cassandra is today considered one of the most interesting and eclectic talents of Italy's music scene. From her series "Songs from the Ghetto", inspired by the lockdown, she performs "My Friends" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.To find more about Cassandra Raffaele click here http://www.cassandraraffaele.netNarrator: artist, storyteller, writer Sabrina Wirth.Soundtrack - 'Faith Within Your Hands' written and performed by Alessandra SalernoArtwork by Giada JoysReady, Set, Imagine
Episode 7 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode: NYC-based Actress & Singer Tamara Torres - star, among others, of Award-Winning TV shows like Orange Is the New Black and movies like Blue Valentine - sings for us a touching version of St. Anthony's Prayer - in loving memory of Jim Conroy, recently passed away. More about Tamara Torres: https://orange-is-the-new black.fandom.com/wiki/Tamara_TorresColumbus Ohio-based artist, interior designer, and art teacher Kathy Vincent - she takes us on a journey into her artistic realms, and her experience as an art teacher for "Learning Never Ends" - an organization that provides day programs for those with developmental disabilities. Actors Todd Flaherty, sheltering in New Jersey & James Wells, sheltering in Manhattan, connect via a virtual theatre piece from David James Parr's play Slap&Tickle about a potential dating app romance thwarted by emotional distancing. Narrator: artist, storyteller, writer Sabrina Wirth.Soundtrack - 'Faith Within Your Hands' written and performed by Alessandra Salerno Artwork by Giada JoysReady, Set, Imagine
Part 6 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode: NYC-based Award-winning Make-Up Artist Angela Valentino - @AngieValentinoNyc - who collaborates with prestigious fashion & beauty brands, including New York Fashion Week, Philippe Plein, Moncler, Bikkembergs, the one and only Donatella Versace. She transforms her face into living works of art and sends her positive resilient message to the global community of artists.For more info on Angela Valentino please click here: https://www.angie-valentino.comNYC-based Singer & Songwriter Hadiza Dockeray shares with us the raw emotion of her life's experience of the state of emergency in New York City when she struggled to reach a beloved one in need from her home to the other side of the city. And then she lifts our spirits with a performance of her original song "Truce".For more info on Hadiza Dockeray please click here: https://www.hadizamusic.comNYC-based Concert Pianist Chantal Balestri. The artist is also the President of the NY World Piano Teachers Association and Artistic Director of the Lunigiana International Music Festival. She shares her passion for her art, playing a piece with her beloved piano, and she also introduces one of her piano students.For more info on Chantal Balestri please click here: http://www.chantalbalestri.comAmerican Storyteller, Writer, Artist & Art Curator Sabrina Wirth, opens her home, her heart, and her art to us showing also how she is spending some of her quarantine's time repurposing fabric from former silk ties and bandanas to create Corona face masks. Sabrina is also the host of the #CreativityWillSaveUs podcast episodes.
Hello everybody and welcome to a new episode of our #CreativityWillSaveUs Podcast series! This special project is a video and podcast series http://creativepoisn.com/creativity-will-save-us/ where prominent figures from the international world of art, culture and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to all humanity during these challenging quarantine times of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative is also designed to support the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. I invite you all to go check our Web Series on the Official Creative Pois-On Youtube Channel. And today we have a very special guest: Lorenzo Thione https://thione.me/ Lorenzo is a Tony-Award winning Broadway producer and the co-creator and lead producer of Allegiance https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allegiance_(musical), the Broadway musical starring George Takei https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Takei and Lea Salonga https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lea_Salonga , of which Lorenzo also directed and produced the 2016 film. He previously co-founded startups such as Powerset (acquired by Microsoft in 2008, which is the tech heart of Bing) and Artify.it; he is an investor, board member, and advisor for startups such as Figure Eight (now Appian), Weights & Biases, CrowdMed, Famo.us, Gobble, Just, and Lucid, and many more. Lorenzo is also the co-founder and board chair emeritus of StartOut, https://startout.org/ leading non-profit dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship within the LGBTQ community and is an outspoken LGBT advocate who was also named one of the most influential LGBTQ people in tech in 2014 and 2018 by Business Insider. He is also the co-founder and CEO of The Social Edge https://www.the-social-edge.com/ , a social media marketing and consulting firm with a focus on Broadway theater and nonprofit communications. His production company - Sing Out, Louise! https://www.playbill.com/person/sing-out-louise-productions-vault-0000126856 -recently co-produced several successful plays on Broadway, from Slave Play https://www.playbill.com/production/slave-playjohn-golden-theatre to the Inheritance https://www.playbill.com/production/the-inheritanceethel-barrymore-theatre-2019-2020 and he is part of the producers of the musical Mrs. Doubtfire which, due to the current state of emergency, has been suspended and we all hope it will reopen soon!Ready for this amazing interview?
Part 5 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode: Italian Singer-Songwriter & Actor Peppe Voltarelli - considered one of the greatest Ambassadors of the Mediterranean folk music tradition that he brings in his successful concerts all over the world from Europe, Canada, the U.S., and Latin America. He sends his message of hope and performs his original song "Tu Volissi Ridere". For more info on Peppe Voltarelli please click here: https://www.peppevoltarelli.netAnthony Michael Martinez - NYC-based Actor, Teaching Artist & Shakespeare Aficionado, accepted the NY's Public Theater BRAVE NEW SHAKESPEARE challenge, where many actors perform scenes from the Master of theater in quarantine. He performs a "Quarantined Romeo" from Romeo & Juliet - Balcony Scene act 2.2. "There is a world elsewhere beyond these 'CORONA' walls!" To find more about Anthony Michael Martinez click here: https://www.anthonymichaelmartinez.netPianist & Composer Alessandro Martire - introduced by the enchanting atmosphere of The Floating Moving Concert Festival - his original idea where musicians perform while traversing Lake Como in Italy. The pianist also performs his original piece "Ena", from his new album "Share the World and sends his message of hope to the world battling the global pandemic. To find more about Alessandro Martire please click here: https://www.alessandromartire.comNYC-based artist Marco Gallotta reflects on the essential value of art and the performing arts hit hard by the current state of emergency, channeling into his new series of papercutting masked figures, a tribute to all of the firs responders confronting the COVID-19 every day. For more info on Marco Gallotta please click here: http://marcogallotta.net
Part 4 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode:Italian Singer-Songwriter & Guitarist Leda Battisti, performs an inspiring medley of Sarah McLachlan's "In the Arms of the Angel" and Sting's "Fragile", sending her message of hope to the World battling the COVID-19 global pandemic. Find more about Leda Battisti here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leda_BattistiRachele Buriassi, the Principal Dancer of the Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal, performs an ode to art with her partner, Drummer Andrea Belfiore (Berklee College of Music). Their alchemy is a synergy of dance and rhythms. Find more about Rachele Buriassi here: https://grandsballets.com/en/dancers/detail/rachele-buriassi/NYC-based Artist & Illustrator Stefano Imbert reflects on the challenging state of emergency and presents one of his creations - The Mask - inspired by the Corona Virus contingency. Find more about Stefano Imbert here: https://stefanoimbert.com/Home.htmlNYC Actress, Choreographer, and Broadway Performer Brooke Martino gifts us with her version of "A Way Back to Then" , live from the lockdown of her home in NY. Find more about Brooke Martino here: http://www.abouttheartists.com/artists/464028-brooke-martinoSoundtrack - 'Faith Within Your Hands' written and performed by Alessandra Salerno Artwork by Giada JoysFollow Creative Pois-On:Website - http://creativepoisn.comFacebook - @CreativePoison Instagram - @Creativepois_onCreative Pois-On LLCinfo@creativepoisn.com+1 929 228 9706+1 267 836 2830
Part 3 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On http://creativepoisn.com/, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode:International Artist – Leading Figurative Sculptor Lorenzo Quinn. He gifts us with a profoundly moving homage to Gaia – The Mother Earth – inviting through his art the global community to reach a higher level of awareness during this critical time. Find more about Lorenzo Quinn here: https://www.lorenzoquinn.comPrincipal Dancer of The American Ballet Theatre – Herman Cornejo. He pays tribute to Wilhelm Burmann – master teacher of ballet stars recently passed away because of Corona Virus complications. https://www.abt.org/people/herman-cornejo/NYC-based Italian American Actor - Jacopo Rampini. The NYC based Italian American Actor pays tribute to Italy by reciting an English version of the lyrics of “L’anno che verrà” from Italian Singer-Songwriter Lucio Dalla.Find more about Jacopo Rampini here: http://www.jacoporampini.comInternational Pianist & Artistic Director of the Narnia Festival – Cristiana Pegoraro. She sends her positive message of faith and resilience performing the Gioachino Rossini’s aria “Largo al factotum” from The Barber of Seville, arranged for the piano by her. Find more about Cristiana Pegoraro here: http://www.cristianapegoraro.com/en/NYC-based Actress and Playwright Shelly Ramoni presenting her original piece The Light Within - a touching reflection on the current state of emergency. Find more about Shelly Ramoni here: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1824638/American based Agent, Music Supervisor & Producer - Fois Music Founder – Giovanni Arcadu – who has worked at major TV and movie soundtracks, like Paolo Bonvino’s “Medici- Masters of Florence” with Dustin Hoffman, and with many prominent artists including Andrea Bocelli.Find more about Giovanni Arcadu here: http://www.foismusic.comNarrated by writer and art curator Sabrina With http://www.sabrinawirth.com/aboutReady, Set, Imagine
Part 2 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus. In this episode: Multidisciplinary artist Annalaura di Luggo - http://www.annalauradiluggo.it/Actress and an Audie-nominated and SOVAS Award-winning audiobook narrator, Julie McKayhttp://www.missjuliemckay.com/narrator.htmlNYC-based, International Writer, Director, and Broadway Dramaturg Marco Calvanihttps://www.marcocalvani.comWriter, Playwright, Producer, and Editor David James Parr - https://www.davidjamesparr.com Presenting a piece from his poetry book - Personal Training: Poetry & Exercise Tips - performed by actor James Wells Ready, Set, Imagine
Episode 1 of #CreativityWillSaveUs, the special project thought, written and produced by Creative Pois-On http://creativepoisn.com/ where prominent figures from the world of art, culture, and entertainment come together to reflect on the central value that art brings to humanity during the challenging times of the global pandemic emergency. And, in support of the global community of artists who are seeing all of their venues temporarily shutting down to safely prevent the spreading of the Corona Virus - featuring a thoughtful homage by actors J. Stephen Brantley and Nicolas Mongiardo-Cooper to Terrence MacNally - legendary Tony award-winning playwright, recently passed away because of Corona Virus complications.In this episode: Singer, Actress, and Broadway Sensation Kayla Davion https://www.playbill.com/person/kayla-davion who plays Tina Turner in Tina The Musical on Broadway https://tinaonbroadway.com/Principal Dancer of the American Ballet Theater Herman Cornejo https://www.abt.org/people/herman-cornejo/NYC-based Multidisciplinary artist Grimanesa Amoros https://www.grimanesaamoros.com/Actor and Playwright J.Stephen Brantley http://www.jstephenbrantley.com/ and Actor Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper http://www.nicholasmongiardocooper.com/Actress, Producer, Writer, Director, and Transgender Activist Pooya Mohseni https://pooyaland.com/International Singer-Songwriter Alessandra Salerno http://www.alessandrasalerno.com/ whose song 'Faith Within Your Hands', is the official soundtrack of #CreativityWillSaveUs.Watch here the presentation of the project by Daniela Pavan and Tommaso Cartia - Artistic Director and Editor in Chief of Creative Pois-On:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Umx1L...This episode is also available on the Creative Pois-On YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3BYm9pA5wM&t=162s
This is a very challenging moment for the whole world facing the pandemic emergency so at Creative Pois-On we felt that this is the time for us to go back to basics, to the essential DNA of our mission. We are here for you to provide you with the powers of creativity and imagination through our stories. So, we thought to produce a new series of episodes #CreativityWillSaveUs – that could be inspirational for all of us and give us tools to navigate these hard times.In this episode, American writer, translator, interpreter and Chair of the PEN/Heim Translation Fund, Michael F. Moore, in conversation with our Artistic Director Tommaso Cartia, explores much literature, art, and rereading the classics can help us understand our current state emergency and make the best out of our creative powers. https://pen.org/user/michael-f-moore/www.creatipoisn.com#CreativityWillSaveUs
As you may know, this month of March our main topic was supposed to be “ON STAGE”, with a focus on the storytelling of the theater and the entertainment business. We were proceeding in that direction and I invite you for example to listen to our latest Creative Interview episode with Singer and Actress Kayla Davion, who plays Tina Turner in Tina: The Broadway Musical https://tinaonbroadway.com/But, this emergency situation we are going through because of the corona virus outbreak, changed a lot our lives in just few weeks, and a lot of the lives of the many performers and creatives out there. The theaters and the entertainment venues are all closed, so we decided to change our plans. You may probably see it as a time of uncertainty and certainly we are going through a lot of stress and anxiety. But, you are not alone. As human beings, we are all experiencing the same feeling. We want to let you know that we are here for you, to provide you the power of creativity and imagination through stories. The show will go on and creativity will save us. So, we thought to create a series of episodes – Creativity will Save Us - that could be inspirational for all of us, and give us tools to navigate these hard times, from a humanistic as well as business point of view.Steven Spielberg said to replace fear with curiosity. And being in quarantine will give us time to learn new skills and prepare ourselves for all the opportunities that will be available after the corona virus disappears from our lives. “Creativity is not just for artists”, dancer Twyla Tharp said, and I couldn’t agree more. She continues stating “It’s for business people looking for a new way to close a sale; it’s for engineers trying to solve a problem; it’s for parents who want their children to see the world in more than one way.” Isolation and quarantine are great opportunities to prioritize our well-being, but also a time to invest energy to become more productive. Artistic Director Daniela Pavan in conversation with Model and Digital Strategist Mara De Los Santos, who you might remember as the very first host of our first Creative Pois-On Podcast series, will discuss some creative ways to keep your mind active and your business active during this unusual moment!Ready, Set, Imagine!
The Creative Interview Episode special guest of the month is Actress and Singer, Kayla Davion - https://www.playbill.com/person/kayla-davion - who stars in Tina: the Broadway Musical - https://tinaonbroadway.com - as an understudy for the role of Tina Turner - https://www.tinaturnerofficial.com.Artistic Directors of Creative Pois-On, Tommaso Cartia and Daniela Pavan, interview the performer who brings us on the stage of a Broadway production, and behind the scenes. Kayla Davion mirrors herself in the iconic Tina Turner to reveal all of the strength and the resilience that it takes to be a woman and an African American woman performer in the entertainment business, navigating through the fears and the fragilities she faced growing up, that made her the Queen of the stage she is today.
Welcome to the 'Creative Pois-On Podcast' Season 2 dedicated to the art of storytelling. This March we are ‘ON STAGE’ exploring the storytelling of the world of entertainment, and also of all of the passion, the courage and the fearlessness that it takes to go on the stage of our own life, conquering the demons of any stage fright, to live as the protagonists of the most truthful idea that we have of ourselves. Any creative process, whether it is writing a book, painting a picture, bringing to life a character, bringing to life our own identity or presenting business ideas, is followed by a critical moment, before stepping into a stage, that is filled with trepidation, but also with fear and anxiety, and adrenaline, that we can either channel into pure energy that sustains us on stage, or that overwhelms us and make us want to run away and go hide with our insecurities. A second before the debut. Artistic Directors Tommaso Cartia http://bit.ly/2TX6lyn and Daniela Pavan http://bit.ly/2xwMTAT discuss the topics of the month and present the setlist of the special guests that will join the conversation in the upcoming episodes. Like Actress and Singer Kayla Davion http://bit.ly/39H8lS0 from Tina: The Tina Turner Musical https://tinaonbroadway.com/ on Broadway; International Singer-Songwriter Alessandra Salerno http://www.alessandrasalerno.com/ ; Author Erica Jong http://www.ericajong.com/; Broadway Playwright, Dramaturg and Director Marco Calvani https://www.marcocalvani.com/ , among others. High-end personalities and professionals from the world of entertainment will discuss their relationship with the stage and the concept of 'stage fright' both on the podcast series and on the Creative Pois-On editorial project 'The Storytelier', that has recently welcomed some new gifted authors – Writer and Playwright David James Parr, Journalist and Writer Sabrina Wirth and Writer and Journalist Pamela Fernandes. Check it out on www.creativepoisn.comReady, set, imagine!
February is gone, but Love has never left the air at Creative Pois-On. Our March series begins with a true act of Love, our Creative Interview to mythical novelist, satirist, poetess and quintessential feminist icon, Erica Jong http://www.ericajong.com/ . Our Artistic Directors, Daniela Pavan and Tommaso Cartia, sit down for an intimate conversation with the revolutionary author, exploring what role Love & Erotism play in her narratives, poetical aesthetic, and emotional and intellectual journey as a woman who so fearlessly broke so many taboos that were imprisoning the liberal body expression of women, from the 70’s to our ‘times up’ times, starting from her masterpiece, Fear of Flying http://www.ericajong.com/flying.htm , Jong opens up also about her creative process and the fears that writers face 'on the stage' of their own craft; and about her long-lasting love for Italy and her exceptional encounters with authors like Fernanda Pivano https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fernanda_Pivano and Umberto Eco https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umberto_Eco . In March, Creative Pois-On is "On Stage", and we kick off our series with an absolute protagonist on and off stage - Mrs. Erica Jong. Ready, set, imagine!
Steve Jobs once said “Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” And this is what we will explore today together. We are in the heart of Flatiron, in New York, at Heard City, http://heardcity.com/ , a super vibrant audio production and post-production studio that works on exciting commercial as well as entertainment projects...which is also partner of Creative Pois-On! Founded in 2012 by Phil Loeb, Keith Reynaud and Gloria Pitagorsky, Heard City today is one of the top performing audio post production companies in the industry with offices in Manhattan and Dumbo, and offers sound design and mixing for the advertising, television and film industries and works with brands including AT&T, IBM, CNN and Google. Today we have the pleasure to converse with Gloria Pitagorsky, http://heardcity.com/our-team/gloria-pitagorsky/ , founder and Managing Director at Heard City. Gloria is also committed to mentoring and supporting women in technology, film and advertising roles, and serves on the mentoring committee for She Runs It https://sherunsit.org/ and Center for Arts Education https://www.centerforartsed.org/ . She is a new wave patron of the Film Society of Lincoln Center https://www.filmlinc.org/ and sits on the Board Of Directors of Food Bank for New York City https://www.foodbanknyc.org/ , The Tank https://thetanknyc.org/ , NYCA Charter School http://www.nycautismcharterschool.org/ and AICP https://www.planning.org/aicp/ . She is a runner and ran the New York City marathon in 2017 supporting several non for profit organizations including Committee to Protect Journalists https://cpj.org/ , NRDC https://www.nrdc.org/ , Center for Reproductive Rights https://beta.reproductiverights.org/ and EveryMotherCounts https://everymothercounts.org/ . And she manages Gipsy Road Teas, a fabulous tea project.Happy listening!
Our Creative Being Episode of February, dedicated to the storytelling of Love & Erotism, features a special guest, who, starting from his last name, perfectly gives voice to the themes of the month -- Fine Art and Portrait Photographer Steven 'Love' Menendez https://stevenmenendez.com/ - Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia interviews the NYC based artist, who with his stunningly beautiful nudes explores alchemical territories where bodies, souls and nature melt into one, in sanctimonious unison. The inspiring conversation covers also Menendez's activism and political commitment, specifically within New York's gay community, and how his art wishes to inspire also the young generations to find a center, a wholeness, and a healthier balance between their bodies and their souls. Ready, set, imagine... and fall in love with Steven!
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