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Chi sounds like Tempestt Hazel, who co-founded Sixty Inches From Center to redefine who and what is conserved as art history.

Bekoe and Tink (virtually) chatted about working with Hitmaka, her new album ‘Pillow Talk,’ and the struggles (& rewards) of being an independent recording artist.

Vocalo’s Ayana Contreras chatted with director Elegance Bratton in advance of the release of his feature film debut: ‘The Inspection.’

Musician Segal and painter Washington give Chicagoland kids the opportunity to create in collaboration with a professional. 

Christopher LeMark uses coffee and hip-hop to destigmatize mental health and provide therapy to his community.

Get to know Myron Laban, a Chicago-based muralist and musician who strives to combine his varied artistic disciplines.

Actor/comedian Hannibal Buress stopped by the Vocalo studio to talk all things Eshu Tune (his musical alter ego).

Calling in from her tour bus, Canadian-Colombian artist Jessie Reyez virtually sat down with Vocalo afternoon host Nudia Hernandez about staying present, vulnerability, and pre-show rituals.

Rocío Santos chatted with Mexican-American visual artist, photographer and educator Diana Solís about her endless journey…

Chicago sounds like Hyde-park based artist, curator, and educator Zakkiyya O’Neal, who works to preserve the legacy of the Black Arts Movement on the South Side.