DSVC Rough Talks
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DSVC Rough Talks is a podcast series about design, visual arts, and the creative industries which support them. Join us as we dive deeper into the people, topics, meetings and events of the DSVC with our host, Ramsey Ruelas.
||ExplicitRough Talks | Angela George||Past President Angela George & Ramsey Ruelas disc…||11/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRough Talks | Brandon DeLoach||Past President Brandon DeLoach & Ramsey Ruelas di…||9/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRough Talks | NSSC13||NSSC Board Members Nathan Gathright & Ramsey Ruel…||1/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRough Talks | Unicorns||DSVC Board Members Bryan Grudowski, Alina Suzeth …||10/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitRough Talks | Print Matters||DSVC Board Members Kishya Greer & Ramsey Ruelas a…||5/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
An awesome addition to the monthly meetings. I love to hear the ideas and topics covered in the meeting from different perspectives. Thank you!
Wonderful that people outside of Dallas can keep up with what's going on with the DSVC. Would like to hear more than meeting recaps & discussions, perhaps interviews with local creatives.
Enjoyed listening to it
Overall it was enjoyable to listen to. The premise behind this podcast is the hosts base the topics they discuss off of a meeting where a speaker comes in to talk about something related to the design field. The hosts then get together to discuss what they took away from the meeting. Honestly, you don't miss not hearing the speaker because you end up getting the cliff notes version of the speaker’s presentation through the topics the hosts discuss. It’s got some humor to it and they discuss topics that effect every industry (not just design). I will say that the audio quality wasn't awesome in the first episode but it's gotten a lot better as the series has been going. All that to say, I have really liked listening to this podcast and would highly recommend anyone interested in getting into the design/art, animation, or creative industries to check this one out.