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Express Yourself Podcast
Express Yourself
FRIDAYS 4:00 to 5:00 PM

Carbondale and the Roaring Fork Valley are full of creative artists expressing themselves. And Carbondale Creative District is a hub of artistic activity. Express Yourself is hosted by a team of creatives from the District, reporting on all the latest artistic happenings. That team is led by Amy Kimberly and includes Brian Colley, Aly Sanguilly, Kat Rich, Staci Dickerson, and KDNK staff. The show is focused on Roaring Fork events but travels beyond the valley to seek out interesting creatives and communities doing good work in the 21st century. Express Yourself is enlightening, entertaining and informative. Hear it at 4:00 on Friday afternoons.

Latest Episodes
  • This week on Express Yourself Lisa Wagner fills us in on all that is going on in Redstone. Hear about a social justice project at the Project Shop with artist Mandy Lei and Reina Katzenberger and a check in with Annie Henninger on the DisABILITY Education Film Fest in Glenwood Springs.
  • This week on Express Yourself..Thunder River Theatre Director, Sean Jeffries talks about TRTC's Silver Celebration, Carbondale Arts Education Director, Michael Stout, speaks about arts opportunities for youth and adults and musician Mintze Wu plays some beautiful music and fills us in on the upcoming Garden Music Series.
  • This week on Express Yourself, we'll have a live call in to the Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Festival with Amy Kimberly, then an update from Eaden Shantay of True Nature Healing Arts with some upcoming events, and wrap up with Auston Tribble and Barbara Frota from the Grovestock Festival at Sunlight Mountain.
  • This week on Express Yourself, we talk with Wendy Holmes of ArtSpace about what artist live/work affordable housing could look like in Carbondale, artist Hannah Stoll speaks about her new exhibition "Prospects" at Carbondale Arts, and we talk with The Aspen Art Museum about a free film screening at the Crystal Theatre called "The Mountains Have Eyes".
  • On this week's Express Yourself, photographer Esther Macy Nooner talks about her solo exhibition opening at Carbondale Arts' gallery, we'll hear from a few artists at SAW (Studio for Arts and Works) about their summer open house next Wednesday, June 1, and 2 sculptors talk about their work in this year's Carbondale Public Arts Commission (CPAC) Art Around Town show which kicks off next Thursday, June 2.
  • This week on Express Yourself, Amy Kimberly talks with Laney Lou and the Bird Dogs who play Paonia next week, Casey Piscura of Wild Mountain Seeds talks about an upcoming plant sale and seed talk this Sunday at True Nature Healing Arts, and AspenOut's director Kevin McManaman talks with The Art Base's Brit White about their monthly LGBTQIA+ community class "Creations & Libations". All that and maybe more on Express Yourself from 4-5pm this Friday!
  • This week on Express Yourself, we talk Bike Week with Tracy Wilson, converse with CRMS Faculty about Scholarship Day and finish with Emma Martin and Gabby Gawreluk about the current Clay Center exhibition "Pairings".
  • This week on Express Yourself we check in with Symphony In the Valley, an interview with Renee Prince and Toddy Walters from Wetlands, A Woman's Voices Project and we hear from Van Lifers from last weeks 5Point Film Festival.
  • This week on Express Yourself we talk with Rush Sturges, a filmmaker and adventurer with 3 films at 5Point and ED Luis Yllanes, an interview with artist John Toley, whose solo exhibition opens at the Launchpad on April 15th and a check in with Glenwood Arts Council's Laurie Chase about their upcoming Jazz Day Celebration and more. KDNK also finishes up their Spring Membership Drive!
  • This week on Express Yourself catch some improv comedy with members of Consensual Improv, performing Saturday night at TACAW, Celebrate Carbondale Clay Center's 25 years with artists Mathew Eames, Sue Kolbe and Lori Dresner from the current exhibition, Movers and Shakers and an indepth look at the Pow Wow 2022 put on by the Aspen Indigenous Foundation on April 15 and 16 with hoop dancer champion and programmer, Buffalo Child.