The Genesis Collective Podcast
Beaver County’s first and only podcast supporting local artists, celebrating art, and building community through creativity. The podcast is a bi-weekly show presenting local artist profiles, conversations about art, public art features, and news about art events and activities.
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Episode 5: Seth Whitted - Black Creatives in Beaver County Series
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On episode 5 of The Genesis Collective Podcast, we feature Beaver Falls artist Seth Whitted, recorded as part of TGC’s innovative Black Creatives in Beaver County Interview Series.
Public art highlight: We recommend visiting the Big Rock Park welcome mural in New Brighton, Pennsylvania – a reminder that public art can be functional and decorative.
Read Seth’s story in Featured Artists: Stories to Tape
Adapted from the original interview conducted by Christopher Padgett (Human City Creative) for the TGC Black Creatives in Beaver County Interview Series.
Seth Whitted (aka WititWednesday) is a creator from Beaver Falls, Pa. Witit is the producer of most of his work. Writer, engineer, videographer, editor and marketing mind behind the entire movement. Witit is a soldier in the war against conventional ways that keeps us mentally shackled.
Public Art Highlight: Big Rock Park Mural in New Brighton, Pennsylvania
This episode was produced by The Social Voice Project for The Genesis Collective. Host: Kevin Farkas. Guest: Seth Whitted, Pamela Rossi-Keen. Adapted from the original interview conducted by Christopher Padgett for the “Black Creatives in Beaver County Interview Series.” Podcast producer, sound editor: Kevin Farkas. Executive Producer: The Genesis Collective. Sounds (available on Soundcloud): WititWednesday (“Die for You,” “My Turn”). “Acoustic_Folk Instrumental.” Other sounds (available on Facebook Music): ”Regarding-Gravity.” Other sounds (available on YouTube): Jon Luc Hefferman (“Event Horizon”), “Traditional Aboriginal Australian Music Using the Didigeridoo (Yidaki).” © ℗ The Genesis Collective. All rights reserved.
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