Called “We Art Tacoma,” the podcast will feature interviews with painters, musicians, actors, dancers, writers, filmmakers, slam poets and more. Part behind-the-scenes, part arts event-calendar, part interview show, “We Art Tacoma” will let the people shaping Tacoma’s art scene tell their story.
The first episode, with artists Jasmine Brown and Michaela Eaves, is available now at wearttacoma.com/tacoma-arts-month-jasmine-brown-michaela-eaves. All episodes can be found at wearttacoma.com.
Channel 253 seeks to create the best podcasts about Tacoma. With that in mind, they have built a helpful starter pack for the podcasts in Channel 253. In addition to “We Art Tacoma,” Channel 253 offers a variety of Tacoma related podcasts:
“Move to Tacoma”
“Move to Tacoma” tells authentic stories about Tacomans – those who have been here all their lives and those who are new to the City of Destiny. The show is hosted by Marguerite Martin.
Some of the episodes include “Starting a Business in Tacoma’s Empty Spaces” and “The Tacoma Dating Scene.”
“Nerd Farmer” is hosted by 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year Nate Bowling. It’s about universal issues and questions told through a local lens.
Host Jenny Jacobs and producer Doug Mackey talk with candidates for office, elected officials, and activists to help you be a more empowered and informed citizen of Tacoma.
“Interchangeable White Ladies”
Two teachers who have been called “interchangeable” by their students share their perspective on how white folks can do anti-racist work, confront their privilege and be better allies.
This is a South Sound soccer fan podcast covering the Sounders and the new season of S2 in Tacoma.
On this show, we talk about the things that divide us and, hopefully, cross that division. Rotating hosts guide on what’s happening in the news and share their thoughts on issues in Tacoma, the South Sound, and Washington State.
For more information, visit www.channel253.com.