Join us for season 2, Episode 5 with the following guests:
Health Guest- Sonia Gutierrez
Sonia Gutiérrez completed a Bachelor of Science in microbiology in 1996, and a Bachelor of Art in graphic design in 1998, from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. While an undergraduate, she studied abroad in Salamanca, Spain and attended the Universidad de Salamanca to study art history and graphic design with a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. In 2002, she completed a Master of Fine Art in Design and Technology at Parsons School of Design in New York, New York. In 2003, she returned to Fayetteville and founded New Design School in 2006 and Atelier NDS in 2007. In May 2009, she was invited by Fayetteville Mayor Lioneld Jordan to lead the Creative Economy Action Group. Today, she practices graphic design and web design in her roles as founder and CEO of 501c3 Design and NDS Press. She teaches graphic design at Northwest Arkansas Community College. She just recently founded the company Easel, which like an easel, provides a three-legged foundation of sales, operations and finance to bolster a creative’s products or services. Sonia can also be found spinning tracks as DJ SQS. Sonia Gutiérrez became the first Latina elected to the Fayetteville City Council in 2018 and currently serves as a Council Member representative for Ward 1.
In The Green Zone- Cannacooktv with Chelsie and Christopher Miles are founders of cannacooktv and ark420. They are both cannabis activists.
Adam is a social justice warrior and folk and Americana singer/songwriter.
Produced, written and created by Wendy Love Edge and Topher Kogen
Directed by Adrian Sturdevant
Production Consultant and Advisor: Angela Edge
Cameras Robyn Adair and Adrian Sturdevant
Sound Derek Wieand
Booking Mike Kinkle
Set Design Out of Hand Artist Collective/Trisha Guting
Makeup and Hair Jacqueline Denise of Hair Extensions by Miss J
Music: Theme song written by Samantha Hunt and performed by Samantha Hunt, Patti Steel, and Sarah Loethen
Interim music by Space Pirates and Rochelle Bradshaw
Gratitude to Carmien Tea
Many thanks to CHEERS at the OPO for feeding our cast, crew and guests.