A Conversation with J.M. Giordano: Activism and the Story of '13-23
In this compelling episode of The Truth in this Art Podcast 🎙️, we sit down with renowned photojournalist J.M. Giordano. We talk about the intricate relationship between activism and art in Baltimore, anchored by his seminal book "13-23."
What to expect:
🔍 Dive into the ethics of balanced storytelling as J.M. discusses how he captures both the triumphs and struggles within Baltimore's activism scene.
📸 Learn about the collaborative essence in Giordano's work, especially the transformative feedback from budding photographers at the Baltimore School for the Arts.
🌍 Engage in a broader dialogue about the role of community voices in crafting impactful art.
🎯 Enjoy a quick-paced rapid-fire segment where J.M. Giordano gets candid, revealing the one-word secret to successful collaboration: "equality."
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