This week, Cher and James talk about the art that was David Bowie's life and death, staying relevant in your art, finding validation in yourself, and discussing #BlackGirlMagic. In new segment, Open Up, James and Cher answer a question about being a good ally for women, and in Open Call, Cher discovered an undercover feminist movie franchise, and James shares his joy over a new mixtape from Future.
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References made during our conversation
Open Up is BACK
"How to be a better ally to women in tech?"
You know we couldn't forget about Open Call
Episode 37 couldn't have been made without the help of the following folks:
The Chicago Podcast Cooperative. Like this show? You might like Tight Pencils. Tight Pencils is a show that explores the process of making art. Matt and Kevin sit down with a maker, cartoonist, painter, or designer to find out about their work and what inspires them to create.
Our Patreon supporters: Caty, Amy, Stewart, Classy, Jennifer, Joelle, Will, "Michael", and Revision Path podcast.
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Until next time, keep things Open Ended.