A pop-up podcast on art and activism presented by MCA Teens
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver presents: Hot Takes, a pop-up podcast about Art and Activism put on by MCA Denver Leadership Program Alumni in collaboration with community creatives and activists. In each episode, teens talk about all things activism, organizing, and art with various organizations, artists, and creatives. The teens who planned this podcast were interested in spotlighting the work and ideas of various activists and organizations who are doing amazing things for the Denver community. If you are interested in art, activism or learning more about how to get involved with your community, this is the podcast for you!
EPISODE 1: BLACK LIVES MATTER
In this episode, Sanyu talks to the amazing teen organizers behind Black Lives Matter events, Ashira Campbell and Riyah Johnson. They discuss their experience with holding events about BLM, personal experiences, and how art is a motivator for action. Special thanks to the Off-Hand Teen Polly for planning this episode with Sanyu!
EPISODE 2: FOOD JUSTICE
In this episode, Sofia is joined by Bianca Acosta of Grow Haus and Netty Rodriguez Arauz from Community Fridges for a discussion on the importance of Food Justice, what it is, and how it involves you! They discuss how food, eating and gardening are in themselves a form of art, and how art plays an important role in either of their organizations. Special thanks to the Off-Hand Teen Skyler for planning this episode with Sofia!