Paul Lindhard speaks with Our Ventura TV host, MB Hanrahan, about innovative ways to bring together funding, artisans, community members, locations and big visions to enhance people for decades to come.
Co-Founder of Ventura Singles Rock, Debbie Armond, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, about the group’s activities, which includes happy hours, dancing, wine tastings, hiking, biking, kayaking, movie nights, picnics, potlucks, and participation in local Ventura County events.
Graphic Designer, Mitra Cline and her dog, Lucky, discuss “content” and content marketing. Mitra presents what types of content are the most effective. She also addresses the most fundamental points of content marketing as well as the goal of content
Sculptor, Lynn Creighton, announced at an event in her studio that she will build a bronze sculpture and donate it to California Lutheran University (CLU), where she used to teach ceramics until her retirement earlier this year. The bronze sculpture
Rob Hess has been practicing yoga of many forms for twenty years. In this interview with Our Ventura TV host, Petrina Sharp, Rob talks about yoga as a way to stay healthy and how the practice has improved his life.
Lynn Creighton speaks about Daisy, one of her controversial bronze sculptures, and advocates that women be free to experience the depths of their own sexuality.
Lynn Creighton talks about the purpose behind her clay and bronze sculptures.
Larissa Strauss speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Petrina Sharp, about mosaic art and her commissioned work that is on permanent display at Marina Park in Ventura, at the Museum of Ventura County and at the Cottage Hospital in Santa
Storyteller, Geoff Pocock, presents a tantalizing and ironic tale of what could — or should never be.
Event organizer, Andrew Cummins, talks about the WAV’s (Working Artists Ventura) Eco Art Fest 2013, which was part of the downtown Artwalk Ventura 2013. This was the first time Thompson Street (in front of the WAV) was closed for a