OZCast is a weekly, online creative variety show
This weekly presentation celebrates local, regional, and national artists from diverse backgrounds who work across a broad multidisciplinary spectrum.
The first season centers on “Creativity as Resilience.” In the diverse voices and collaborations of Northwest Arkansas and beyond, you'll experience the artistry at play during one of our most collectively difficult eras, and see how being creative allows us to be vulnerable, inspired, and grounded.
OZCast features artists not only producing work in their fields, but also contributing their voices to championing their communities. They come from the worlds of dance, culinary, textile, music, social practice, video, spoken word, graphic novels, sculpture, and more. And they address the urgent issues of today — from racial equity and immigration rights, to public health and environmental stewardship.
Episode one introduces us to the wide range of creativity across Northwest Arkansas, featuring:
- Hip-hop by Jeremiah Pickett as Baang
- Experimental visual vignettes by Carolyn Guinzio
- Instrumental music by Christian Serrano-Torres
- Spoken word poetry by Noelia Cerna
- Traditional dance by The Noble 8 Lion Dance Group
- Basket weaving by Terry Gibson
- An artist conversation with Alan Rodriguez
New weekly episodes will appear here. Head over to OZCast for more.
OZCast is a project of CACHE (Creative Arkansas Community Hub & Exchange), in partnership with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the Momentary, OZ Art, and the many wonderful grassroots artists, organizations, and creative industries across Northwest Arkansas.