Episode 97: The HUGEmanities with Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman

June 23, 2019

All In with Pauline Hawkins

Molly Campbell and Krista Jackman are UNH Lecturers and have started The HUGEmanities Project, a collaboration between The New Hampshire Humanities Collaborative, and UNH College of Liberal Arts. It is an initiative that highlights the engaged, active thinking and digital humanities work UNH students are doing. We discuss why the humanities are an important field of study, define the humanities through song, and talk about going all in.

Defining the Humanities through song: 1st song: “Strange Fruit” by Billie Holiday 1939; 2nd song: “9 to 5” by Dolly Parton 1980; and 3rd song: “For What it’s Worth” by Buffalo Springfield 1966.

To learn more about the UNH HUGEmanities project, go to https://mypages.unh.edu/hugemanities

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For I Am Yours: Watercolor Illustrations

I’m thrilled to share another completed illustration for my children’s book For I Am Yours.

For I Am Yours

Lorraine Watry is the amazing illustrator, and she’s been blogging about her process for her followers and students. She has never illustrated a book before, but her watercolor paintings have won numerous awards.

To read more about her process, go to:  https://www.lorrainewatrystudio.com/blog/2019/3/1/for-i-am-yours-childrens-book-illustrations-in-watercolor-by-lorraine-watry


Episode 74: Color Your World with Lorraine Watry

December 9, 2018

All In with Pauline Hawkins

Lorraine Watry

Lorraine Watry is an award-winning Colorado contemporary realist painter of water-scapes, landscapes, and reflective objects. Her art is characterized by bright colors, dramatic light and realistic reflections. I am lucky to have her illustrate my children’s book, You Are Mine, due to be released in the summer of 2019. We talk about teaching art, her numerous awards, a favorite quote, and where she goes from here.

Three songs that would be on the soundtrack of her life: 1st song: “Let the Rain” by Sara Bareilles; 2nd song: “Make ‘Em Laugh” from Singing in the Rain; 3rd song: “Put Your Records On” by Corinne Bailey Rae.

For more information about Lorraine, her art and classes, go to www.lorrainewatrystudio.com
You can also follow her on Facebook at WatryWatercolors, Instagram at lorrainewatry_watercolors, and Youtube at  Watryhttps://www.youtube.com/user/watercolors11/featured?view_as=subscriber

We also continued taping after we went off air. For more information on how to listen to the bonus material, go to my Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/paulinehawkins

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Episode 19: Empowering Girls with Arts In Reach

September 19, 2017

All In with Pauline Hawkins

Arts In Reach

Mary-Jo Monusky, the Executive Director, and Becca Romanoski, the Program Director, of Arts In Reach or AIR, talk about their nonprofit organization that empowers teenage girls through mentoring and the arts. They discuss the 20th Anniversary Celebration, the issues teens deal with, healthy risk taking and why it is important, and they share three songs that the girls wrote and performed.
Three songs that the girls wrote and performed: 1st song: “Forward Train” by Madeline;2nd song: “True Story” by Morgan; 3rd song: “Giraffe” by Julie-Lou.