Wednesday, April 28, 2021

FM #525 - Amy & Jamele Adams - 04/15/21 (audio)

FM #524 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 524 in the series. 


This shares my conversation with Amy and Jamele Adams. We met virtually using Zoom. 


We had a delightful and interesting conversation on art in Franklin. You might detect that there is a little friendly rivalry going on in their household as Amy is a member of the Cultural District and Jamele is a member of the Cultural Council. No worries, it is all good. We get into a wide ranging discussion on the role of art in the community, the Freedom Team, and a special shout out to 67 Degrees Brewery.


The recording runs about 37 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Amy and Jamele. Audio file => https://player.captivate.fm/episode/c9006337-325f-473f-ae48-864e75e49245



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Amy’s work featured in the video by 67 Degrees to open 2021

https://www.franklinmatters.org/2021/01/franklin-artist-amy-adams-art-work.html


Jamele’s TedX Natick talk in 2017  https://youtu.be/pCkyrxruNaQ 

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