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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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For our series '#CreativityWillSaveUs​ Phase 2, When Venues Close, Windows Open, Visions into the Future', our editor in chief Tommaso Cartia interviews singer-songwriter and music creator Cassandra Raffaele.The Artist discusses her brand new music and how much art and creativity had save her during the harsh times of the lockdown, envisioning a future full of artistic authenticity and inspirational messages to share with her audience.From 25:00​ Cassandra performs her brand new song 'La mia anarchia ama te'At 29:00​ enjoy the artist contribution to our series #CreativityWillSaveUs​. She performs 'My Friends' by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. An Award-Winning, Sicilian artist sensation, Cassandra Raffaele is a true multi-instrumentalist, gifted lyricists, and histrionic producer, strong of many international experiences. Cassandra is today considered one of the most interesting and eclectic talents of Italy's music scene.More about Cassandra Raffaele:http://www.cassandraraffaele.net​Enjoy here the #CreativityWillSaveUs​ Episode featuring Cassandra:https://youtu.be/DJ3PoIeBvNs​
For our series '#CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2, When Venues Close, Windows Open, A Vision into the Future', Herman Cornejo, Principal Dancer of the American Ballet Theatre, launches his newly created dance company, D A N C E L I V E, featuring some of NYC’s most talented performers. An innovative concept that transfers and transforms the ballet art form into a digital, live and hyper-realistic immersive experience, realized in partnership with the visionary genius of photo-artist, director, and documentarian Steven Sebring. In conversation with our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia, Herman Cornejo presents the first show of the project “New York Alive”, which had its Virtual World Premiere on Saturday, January 30, 2021, streaming on the @veeps platform.For more info, see our article about DANCELIVE here:http://creativepoisn.com/storytelier-ballet-has-never-been-this-a-live/https://www.abt.org/people/herman-cornejo/https://sebringrevolution.com
What's the future of Broadway? For our series #CreativityWillSaveUs - When Venues Close, Windows Open, our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia and our Artistic & Business Director Daniela Pavan, envision it with Ilene Rosen, Managing Partner at RPM, a full-service advertising agency servicing the live entertainment industry. The agency curates the promotion and the marketing of some of the most iconic Broadway shows including, Hamilton, Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, and the recent Moulin Rouge! and Mrs. Doubtfire, which production is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 emergency.https://hellorpm.com
An inspiring conversation with the the performing artist who sets a beautiful example of passion for his craft, dedication and perseverance. Jacopo will be one of the protagonists of a major, upcoming Ryan Murphy production. Good Luck Jacopo from the Creative Pois-On Team! Ready, Set, Imagine.http://www.jacoporampini.comhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_Murphy_(writer)
Directly from Brussels, Conceptual Artist PETERMFRIESS is the protagonist of a new episode of our series #CreativityWillSaveUs - When Venues Close, Windows Open - conducted by our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia. A vision into the future post-COVID-19.
For our series #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 - When Venues Close, Windows Open - our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia interviews artist Marco Gallotta who brings us into his artistic world of paper-cutting soulful portraits, and shares with us the experience of starring in his first movie - Waiting For Woody - directed by Claudio Napoli with protagonist actor Yari Gugliucci recently presented at the prestigious 77th Venice Film Festival.For more info about Marco Gallotta:https://www.instagram.com/marcogallotta/?hl=it#CreativityWillSaveUs Episode featuring Marco Gallotta:https://youtu.be/NUYomV908R4
What does the future hold for our next generation? We try to envision it with the new protagonist of our series #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 - When Venues Close, Windows Open. He is Celebrity Actor, Model and Communications Professional Shaun Melady, a young eclectic talent whose perseverance, resilience and passion for the arts is a model to follow and a beacon of hope for the next generations opening up the windows of their future in a world post-COVID-19. Please find here more info on Shaun Melady - https://theluxuriast.com
For our series #CreativityWillSaveUs, When Venues Close, Windows Open, our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia interviews Playwright/Filmmaker and Director Marco Calvani envisioning the future of the entertainment business post-COVID-19. An insightful conversation recollecting, some of Marco Calvani's many artistic accomplishments such as his prestigious collaborations with names like Oscar-winning actresses Estelle Parsons, Melissa Leo, Marisa Tomei; and exploring his current projects and wishes for the future.https://www.marcocalvani.comhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estelle_Parsonshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marisa_Tomeihttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melissa_Leo
What's the future of classical music in times of COVID-19? Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia discusses it with International Pianist Cristiana Pegoraro, Artistic Director of the Narnia Festival, for our new series #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 When Venues Close, Windows Open. A post-COVID-19 vision into the future. https://www.cristianapegoraro.com/en/https://www.narniafestival.com
An "enlightened" conversation with Peruvian-American Light Sculptor Installations Artist Grimanesa Amorós - Master of Light - that breaks through all of the darkness, the unknown, and the mental and physical clutter that the pandemic has brought into our lives. A brighter vision into our future provided by one of the most relevant artists and mentors of our times.
What's the future of the art business post-COVID19? What's the role of an artist in rebuilding our future after such a disruptive time of turmoil and transformation? Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tommaso-cartia-24593035/ - explores these topics with International Multimedia Artist Annalaura di Luggo - http://www.annalauradiluggo.it - for our series CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 - When Venues Close, Windows Open. A post-COVID-19 vision into the future. An illuminating conversation with the polyhedric artist who takes the audience on a journey through her artistic world, from her pioneer photographs of the human iris in works like "Eye-I"; "Blind Vision", to her visual studies on the topics of nature and biodiversity in "Genesis", exposed at the prestigious 58th Venice Biennale, and her docu-film Napoli Eden, a behind the scenes on her life and career with the backdrop of Naples (Italy), Annalaura's hometown and continuous inspiration for her creations. Developed in collaboration with Hollywood director, producer, writer, and documentarian Stanely Isaacs, the movie is currently winning prestigious prizes all over the world.
What's the future of Broadway? We envision it with this soulful interview with amazingly gifted actress & singer Kayla Davion, a Broadway's star on the rise, who was currently playing Tina Turner in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, before the pandemic hit - https://tinathemusical.com - Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia explores with the African American performing artist the current state of affairs within the entertainment business and the value and the importance of the #blacklivesmatters movement in our contemporary society. Also, the artist gifts the audience with a heartfelt interpretation of the gospel hymn His Eye Is On The Sparrow.
What's the future of NYC's local businesses? For our new series, #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 - When Venues Close, Windows Open, our Artistic Director Daniela Pavan and our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia, interview Nic Faitos, Senior Partner at Starbright Floral Design NYC (https://www.starbrightnyc.com), one of the top 50 most successful florist's enterprise in the entire U.S. providing flowers for clients like American Express, Cartier, Google, Bergdorf Goodman, Ernst & Young. How is Nic Faito's creative mind imagining new innovative strategies for his business in the era post-COVID19?
Ready, Set, Imagine! Enjoy the podcast version of our Instagram Live @creativepois_on interview with International Singer-Songwriter Alessandra Salerno https://www.alessandrasalerno.com Our Editor in Chief Tommaso Cartia - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tommaso-cartia-24593035/ interviews the artist for Creative Pois-On #CreativityWillSaveUs Phase 2 series. Alessandra Salerno's song - Faith Within Your Hands - is the official soundtrack of the series.
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
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