Part two of our conversation with author/advocate/activist Nikki Roberts, as she discusses working with formerly incarcerated women.
Listen to the pilot episode of Whisper Cuts, an improv comedy podcast.
Author/advocate/activist Nikki Roberts explains the difference between growing up in church and growing up in God.
Doug Shipman, President and CEO of the Woodruff Arts Center, on Atlanta's unique potential for transformation and connection.
Part two of our two-part conversation with arts connector Grace Kim on the importance of community, access, and affordability for artists and non-artists alike.
Arts connector Grace Kim on the importance of community, access, and affordability for artists and non-artists alike.
Part two of our two-part conversation with musician, storyteller, filmmaker Ray Haddad on the creative power of pain.
Part one of our two-part conversation with musician, storyteller, filmmaker Ray Haddad on the creative power of pain.
Actor Assata Williams reflects on bringing Pearl Cleage's intense one-woman play Chain to life.
Tevyn East and Jay Beck reclaim Christian traditions of the Holy Fool that playfully call us to justice and mercy.
Musician/actor Jordan Stewart uses drama to teach empathy.
Host Marthame Sanders offers some personal reflections on the news from Jerusalem and Gaza, including some memories from having lived there.
Photographer/filmmaker/scholar Carlton Mackey and collage artist/researcher Sean Saifa Wall speaking live at our second Creative Conversation on April 13.
Artist/activist/advocate Jessica Caldas on the power - and limitation - of how personal experience can speak to universal reality.
Improviser/entrepeneur Allison Dukes Gilmore on how she takes improv as a gift to be shared.
Jazz pianist and theologian Julian Reid on the possibilities of a jazz polity.
Dr. Uzee Brown, Chair of the Department of Music at Morehouse College, and Maestro Timothy Verville, Music Director and Conductor of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra, are collaborating on the upcoming performance America, Vol. 4, featuring the music of African-American composers.
Writer/podcaster/YouTuber Kevin Garcia on how he came to know God's unconditional love.
To celebrate our first anniversary, special guest host Darci Jaret talks to Marthame Sanders about the evolution and vision of aijcast, as well as its future.
Professional musician Tammy Harper on what it meant to take a full-time chance on music.
In our first live event of 2018, author/scholars Greg Ellison and Patrick Reyes speak on the importance of personal and intellectual integrity.
Musician/chaplain Drew Wilmesherr on creating music with depth and justice.
Artist/printmaker Jamaal Barber on the thrill of discovering his medium.
In our first ever cross-over episode, social entrepreneur and podcaster Troy Bronsink talks about burnout and mindfulness, plus plays some of his original music.
Author Marcia Fisher writes honestly about her pain and hope in her memoir, where misery becomes ministry.
Pastor Kaji Douša on the importance of having a clear mission.
Improviser/community advocate David Westerlund on reincorporating our lives with the power of "yes, and".
Musician/pastor Brandon Maxwell connects the dots between vocation and self-discovery.
Shades of Yale performs and reflects on what it means to celebrate music from the African Diaspora.
Tricia Hersey discusses her journey from Chicago's Lady Terror to the Nap Bishop of Atlanta.
Hip-hop artist Sho Baraka shares his Narrative as a father, Christian, and rapper.
This special bonus episode closes out 2017 at aijcast! Listen to highlights of our first live event, back in October.
Writer/speaker/digital activist D. Danyelle Thomas reflects on building a community of "unfit Christians".
Pastor/artist Darci Jaret sees art as pastoral care, an avenue to healing and discovery.
Singer/songwriter/performer Rahbi sheds some "pure light" in this conversation and performance.
Fine Art Photographer Dana Montlack collaborates with scientists to explore the interconnectedness of life and the impact of climate change.
Installation artist Rose Smith uses multimedia presentations centered around photography to tell stories of African-American life. Her latest projects focus on the effects of gentrification.
Journalist/filmmaker Civia Tamarkin discusses her documentary Birthright: A War Story, which sheds light on women who have become collateral damage in the efforts to dictate reproductive healthcare.
Scholar/pastor/artist Gregory C. Ellison II reflects on Martin Luther King, OutKast, and the importance of having your own Yodas.
Inspirational speaker DaQuarius "Q" Greene shares how one bad decision can change a person's life forever.
Atlanta hip hop artist Joe Stu on how his lyrics and themes are influences by his visual art, his academic research, and his experience as a teacher.
Playwrights Lindsay Carpenter and Rebekah Boroughs collaborated on the play ______ Is a Rapist, a powerful reflection on the impact of sexual assault and rape culture.
Micah Dalton and Anthony Aparo are the folk duo Dwayne Shivers. The self-described "odd couple" stopped by the aijcast studio for an intimate conversation and performance.
Pastor/activist Seth Wispelwey shares what it has been like to be on the frontlines of non-violent activism in Charlottesville.
Storyteller/blogger Leslie Cox shares her journey of self-love and how it led her to curate LGBTQ love stories as an act of love itself.
Scholar/Musician Tony McNeill shares how worship changes through its intersection with faithful justice.
Host Marthame Sanders turns the mic on his family to talk - and play - improv in this special storm-interrupted episode.
Josh Schicker, Lindsay Allward-Theimer, and Cat Espinosa make up the band A Stranger and a Friend. They are in the midst of working on their debut album and stopped by the aijcast studio for an intimate performance.
Atlanta-based cellist/composer Okorie Johnson on what it means to live a life that is Liminal.
Choreographer Juel D. Lane talks masculinity, sexuality, and spirituality and their expression in dance.
Photographer and Spiritual Director Katie Archibald-Woodward discusses how her multiple passions weave together.
Photographer Stephanie Eley on the importance of empathy and relational photography.
Singer/songwriter Derek Webb takes a break from working on his new album to chat with us.
Melvin Bray on building a Better world.
Dawn Axam shares her passion for the language of dance.
MInister and activist Terence Lester shares his vision of Love Beyond Walls and how they are a voice for the Voiceless.
Musician, author, peace worker David LaMotte in an intimate conversation and performance.
The Positive Arts Movement elevates positive artists and their communities.
MaryAnn McKibben Dana talks Sabbath and play with host Marthame Sanders.
Reggie Erawoc talks women's empowerment and the critical role of refugees.
Musician/theologian Carlton Johnson talks about the physicality of faith and music.
Marthame talks with Pastors Chad Hyatt and Maggie Leonard of Mercy Community Church.
Dancer/photographer Shoccara Marcus talks about the power of vulnerability.
Marthame reflects on the legacy of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell.
Host Marthame Sanders talks discipline and improvisation with pastor/scholar/musician Dwight Andrews.
Marthame talks with half of the collaborative art ministry A Sanctified Art.
Host Marthame Sanders talks with pastor/scholar/photographer Ralph Watkins.
Marthame sits down with Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Sarah Miles.
Pastor and musician Maisha Handy talks about faith, culture, and music at Rize Community Church.
Marthame talks with award-winning photographer Joshua Rashaad McFadden about the power of image.
Pastor and artist Shawna Bowman talks art, ministry, and the importance of imperfection.
aijcast welcomes Atlanta-based singer/songwriter/performer Cinnamon Denise for an intimate conversation and performance.