The show “Austin Artists Show” features conversations with the eclectic and diverse Austin area Artists and Arts Organizations about the work they do. It is open to all Creative Arts and all People of all backgrounds and all levels of education, experience and exposure. Produced and hosted by Penny Jo Pullus, Christina Jackson and Erin Cornett (Bluebird) out of a genuine passion for the Arts, Education, Advocacy and Community. They are excited to serve the community and appreciate all the thoughts, comments, and encouragement. Stay inspired and Keep Austin Creative! Please feel free to contact the show to recommend topics and guests firstname.lastname@example.org
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Penny Jo Pullus Founder, President of TeXchromosome.org. Advocates for Independent Women in Music. Featuring community driven female identifying artists and musical leaders. KOOP Community Council Seat Member and Volunteer Former D.J. KWVH Wimberley Valley – Women Who Rock Texas. Artist, Singer Songwriter, Studio Session Vocalist, Producer, Feminist
Ever since I decided that music is what I wanted to do, it has been about my gut instincts, finding my own way of being me, helping others and surrounding myself with like minded people.
Christina M. Jackson is a native of Austin, TX who has kept alive her childhood love of poetry and music. She has been an active part of the poetry and music open-mic scene for over ten years while also balancing a desire to help her community through volunteer work and through her former career in the state government. She is proud to be a Texan, a liberal, and a feminist. You can find her artist page on Facebook as Iron and Zen.
Erin (otherwise known as Bluebird on the airwaves) has been a volunteer and engineer with KOOP since 2011. She is currently the host of The Gazing Ball and a member of the KOOP Workshop collective. She has an educational background in American cultural studies, and is a writer and editor. She has dabbled in many forms of art and creativity from blacksmithing to stained glass to origami.