Grab the popcorn! This week’s episode is a true Lubbock, Texas production. Katherine White sits down with the talent behind the curtain at Lubbock Moonlight Musicals, Frank Rendon and Tom Laney III. With memories reminiscing on the cast members’ backstage experiences to stories shared of what it means to be a part of the Lubbock arts community, the spotlight shines on these two talented moguls in Lubbock, Texas.
We’ll meet you at the barre this week as we talk with Ballet Lubbock Executive Director Nick Dragga. From pirouettes to tondus, Draga leaves the performing to the dancers, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t ready to step into the spotlight on this week’s episode and discuss the rich pool of young talent leaping through the streets in Lubbock, Texas.
Lights! Camera! Action! Paul Allen Hunton, general director of Texas Tech Public Media, steps in front of the camera and behind the mic for this episode of Hub City Spokes. As a burgeoning filmmaker in Lubbock, Texas, Hunton shares his expertise on why the West Texas landscape and Lubbock culture boast an ideal community for video production.
As the cornerstone of the Cultural District located in downtown Lubbock, Texas, LHUCA is a catalyst of the arts. A conduit for creativity and meaning, Lubbock artists work, display and teach art through all mediums from sculpture, paints, clay and murals at LHUCA. Lindsey Maestri, executive director of LHUCA, is put on display this week as we talk about all things local art.
Grab a pen and paper, or your conductor’s baton, because David Cho, music director of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, is sharing his best kept symphony secrets on this week’s episode. With years of experience and talent that surpasses all expectations, he shares his insight on why Lubbock, Texas has a promising future on stage.
Lubbock musician Joy Harris shares her sound and talent with us on this week’s episode. From weeknight performances to weekend shows on stage, Lubbock, Texas fosters an environment conducive for local talent like Harris and boasts a plethora of opportunities. Listen in on why she believes Lubbock, Texas the place to be for musicians to thrive.
As visitors drive the streets of Lubbock, Texas, no building looks complete without a mural created by one of the talented local muralists like Joey Martinez. With several works of art on display throughout the city, Martinez shares his experience as a member of Lubbock’s thriving arts community.
Local wine enthusiast and expert Abby Bogle joins us this week to talk about all things wine in Lubbock, Texas. With a wine portfolio that is as extensive as the Texas Wine Company labels are rich, she is the one-stop-shop for all things reds, whites and blends in the “Hub City”. Pour yourself a glass, this is an episode worth a cheers.
On today’s episode, Katherine White sits down with local Lubbock, Texas artist Danielle East, who is also the founder of East Lubbock Art House, a burgeoning non-profit arts organization dedicated to supporting emerging and marginalized artists of color through exhibition opportunities, offering affordable classes, workshops and more.
On episode nine, see why Lubbock, Texas native and former Red Raider, Briana Vela, chose to stay close to home and pursue a career in the local advertising/marketing sector. As Marketing Director of Cielo Global Holdings, hear why Vela enjoys living, working (and playing) in Lubbock, Texas.