This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Margarita Rios, co-founder of OYE Fest, Atlanta’s cutting-edge Latinx music festival. Highlighting the diversity of Latin American music, OYE is a platform for local and international artists to combine music, arts and activism. Rios is also the creative director of Ni Aquí Ni Allá, […]Read More
The Bakery & the DIY spirit of Atlanta
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features The Bakery, the multifaceted arts complex of southwest Atlanta that keeps the DIY spirit alive, with an inclusive approach and a global focus. Meredith Kooi (director of development) and Daniel DeSimone (venue manager), talk about experimental art, intimate audiences, environmental awareness, and international acts. […]Read More
Maria Korol: "Atlanta's art community is diverse and unpretentious"
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Argentinean artist Maria Korol. She talks about her upbringing during the Argentina’s military dictatorship, her artistic influences from Brazil, her multilayered creative process, and Atlanta’s “unpretentious” artistic scene. Hybrid Atlanta is a video series of interviews with local artists and creatives whose work establishes […]Read More
Esteban Patiño: "Humans are able to find symbols anywhere they look"
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Colombian artist Esteban Patiño. He talks about the relation between language, art, and arbitrary symbols; and his project with the High Museum of Art. After being based in Atlanta for 12 years, he describes the local art scene: “It’s in a small peak,” he […]Read More
Hector Santiago: "Atlanta is the food mecca of the South "
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta features Hector Santiago, the celebrated Puerto Rican chef and owner of El Super Pan. He talks about Latin American cuisine, his experience in Top Chef, the role of celebrity chefs in today’s culture, and why a good “chicharron” is the most delicious food in the […]Read More
Maritza Nuñez: "I sing to people that have spit in my face"
This episode of Hybrid Atlanta Features Maritza Nuñez, the lead singer of the punk rock band Bitter. She speaks about her Mexican background, singing songs in Spanish, and how to stop being angry all the time. Hybrid Atlanta is a video series of interviews with local artists and creatives whose […]Read More