Art in the 48 podcast
Through inclusive storytelling and engaging interviews, this podcast is your connection to Arizona artists and arts organizations.
LATEST Art in the 48 podcast
May 19, 2022
Art in the 48 dives deep into Arizona’s storm chasing industry, where photographers follow storm clouds and dust devils across the state.
Art in the 48 podcastMay 5, 2022
The Phoenix Chorale - Out of the Ash
Art in the 48 podcastApril 21, 2022
After successful Phoenix run, '¡Americano! The Musical' Goes to Broadway
Art in the 48 podcastApril 7, 2022
Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
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The Black Theatre Troupe
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Arizona Theatre Company - Christina Ham
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Grand Canyon Music Festival
Art in the 48 podcast
This is the destination for art lovers to discover Arizona’s vibrant arts scene! Through inclusive storytelling and engaging interviews, this podcast is your connection to Arizona artists and arts organizations. Join us as we meet creative Arizonans and explore all avenues of the arts – dance, theatre, music, visual arts, literature and more – and highlight the creative talent of Arizona.
Whether you’re new to the state and curious about our arts scene or a long-time resident looking for hidden gems, you’ll find something to love on the Art in the 48 podcast, your Arizona arts connection.
Listen below or on your favorite podcast platform. Don’t forget to check out the Emmy Award-winning series, “Art in the 48” here, stream it online or on the PBS app.
Based in Phoenix, Craig Bohmler is a devoted composer for the stage whose works have been widely performed in the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan. In addition to four operas and 14 musicals, 5 of which have premiered at the Phoenix Theatre Company, he has written numerous concerti, wind ensemble, choral and symphonic works. He was Composer-in-Residence for Arizona Opera from 2013-2017 where his opera “Riders of the Purple Sage” was premiered. He received the 2019 Arizona Governors Arts Award for individual artist.