Out There Atlanta’s Summer Sound Series: Phillip March Jones on 193 Sound

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Episode 69: This summer, Out There Atlanta presents Summer Sound Series, a collection of interviews with artists who find inspiration in sound or directly use it in their works.

The first interview of Summer Sound Series is with Phillip March Jones. Phillip March Jones, is director of Atlanta’s Soul’s Grown Deep Foundation and founded Institute 193 in Lexington, Kentucky in 2009 as a venue for artistic exhibitions, publications, and collaborations. This summer they’ve released their first album, 193 Sound, which features recordings by musicians who have performed in the space.

Topics include: founding a formal gallery space in Kentucky, the importance of publications, evolving organizations, and change in Southern cities.

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Audio: Click the player above to listen to Lampe’s conversation with Phillip March Jones of Institute 193, or download the MP3.

Matt Duncan’s concert on August 1, 2012 at Institute 193, courtesy Institute 193.
Matt Duncan’s concert on August 1, 2012 at Institute 193, courtesy Institute 193.

 

Lonnie Holley performing at Institute 193 in May, 2013, courtesy Institute 193.
Lonnie Holley performing at Institute 193 in May, 2013, courtesy Institute 193.

 

Ellie Herring performing at Institute 193 on August 8, 2012, courtesy Institute 193.
Ellie Herring performing at Institute 193 on August 8, 2012, courtesy Institute 193.

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193 SOUND from Institute 193 on Vimeo:

 

BURNAWAY Radio sponsors Out There Atlanta, by Lilly Lampe. Out There Atlanta is a podcast and online platform for interviews with artists. The intention to create a archive of conversational interviews with artists in Atlanta, or with an Atlanta connection. These conversations are informal and conducted in the spirit of a coffee meet-up. Out There Atlanta fills the gap between formal studio visits and event-related coverage and exists as a place for a more relaxed and personal dialogue, allowing artists to get a little more “out there” with the online audience.

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