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The Art of Considered Curation™

The Art of Considered Curation will bring together fascinating curators and artists from around the globe who have made an impact in their respective field and have an incredible tale to tell.

In this podcast program we will share the stories and experiences of how different top chefs, mixologists, winemakers, designers, artists, and collectors have become masters in their own art.

Jagatjoti Khalsa, ALTAR’s Founder & CEO, is the host of the program.

 

Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part III Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part III

Todd Maul, Bartender at Clio at the Elliot Hotel in Boston and Domingo-Martin Barreres, Bartender at Market in the W Hotel in Boston enjoy meeting each other for the first time.
Geeking out about their love of each ingredient right down to the molecule. Be a fly on the wall for this delightfully refreshing, authentic and honest exchange between new friends. And at times, you will meet Noon from Moksa who sits in for part of the conversation.
This three part podcast traverses lands far and wide. You will hear and feel each artist inspiring the other, taking copious notes learned by their new and always respected colleagues in the Boston bar community.

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Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part II Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part II

Todd Maul, Bartender at Clio at the Elliot Hotel in Boston and Domingo-Martin Barreres, Bartender at Market in the W Hotel in Boston enjoy meeting each other for the first time.
Geeking out about their love of each ingredient right down to the molecule. Be a fly on the wall for this delightfully refreshing, authentic and honest exchange between new friends. And at times, you will meet Noon from Moksa who sits in for part of the conversation.
This three part podcast traverses lands far and wide. You will hear and feel each artist inspiring the other, taking copious notes learned by their new and always respected colleagues in the Boston bar community.

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Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part I Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Todd Maul and Domingo-Martin Barreres – Part I

Todd Maul, Bartender at Clio at the Elliot Hotel in Boston and Domingo-Martin Barreres, Bartender at Market in the W Hotel in Boston enjoy meeting each other for the first time.
Geeking out about their love of each ingredient right down to the molecule. Be a fly on the wall for this delightfully refreshing, authentic and honest exchange between new friends. And at times, you will meet Noon from Moksa who sits in for part of the conversation.
This three part podcast traverses lands far and wide. You will hear and feel each artist inspiring the other, taking copious notes learned by their new and always respected colleagues in the Boston bar community.

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Juyoung Kang Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Juyoung Kang

Juyoung currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.  She is the mixologist behind Commonwealth, Park on Fremont and The Laundry Room – all in the newly reviving Downtown district on the famed Fremont Street. Commonwealth has been awarded from the Review-Journal as the “Best Nightclub with the Best Mixologists” and quoted in many blogs and reviews as “the coolest bar” and a “must go-to spot” when visiting Las Vegas.  On Yelp, Juyoung is praised as the “ninja” mixologist as well as being recognized as a palate expert and so ask for the “anything” and “she’ll just create it for you.”  In Eater Las Vegas, her peer and mentor, Francesco Lafranconi, called The Laundry Room “… home to one of the best talented female mixologists, Juyoung Kang, who climbs up and down the shelves of the bar like Cat Woman, when grabbing the liquor bottles, all in the name of the perfect drink.”

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Asha Gomez Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Asha Gomez

Asha Gomez was born in Kerala, the southwestern-most state of India that resides on what was formerly known as the Malabar Coast. The area’s unique and multilayered culture, a result of its vital position on the ancient spice routes between Europe and Asia, provides much of the inspiration for Asha’s enterprises. The centuries of vibrant trade brought Portuguese, English, Dutch, and Chinese influences, and Christian, Jewish, Muslim, and Buddhist religions alongside the indigenous Hindu communities. Asha grew up in a shared household where her mother and three sisters spent much of their day in the kitchen, preparing the regional dishes that arose from their Roman Catholic background (whose origins derive from Portuguese colonists, thus the family’s last name). The heritage doesn’t forbid any seafood or meat in the diet—slow-simmered beef curries, fish from nearby waters roasted in banana leaves, shrimp cooked in fresh coconut milk, and garlicky pork vindaloo tinged with vineg… Read More

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Harper Poe Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Harper Poe

Harper Poe is owner/designer of textile company, Proud Mary.  Headquartered in Charleston, S.C. but working in Morocco, Niger, Mali, Peru, and Guatemala, she is frequently traveling the globe for new textile sources and to continue to nurture and grow the relationships she currently has with over 100 global artisans.  Harper has a deep love of travel, discovering new cultures, and global development.  She started Proud Mary to quench her insatiable wanderlust and as an economic development tool for artisans in developing countries.  All of the artisan cooperatives she works with are paid a fair wage for their work and given access to a much broader market.  Her motto for Proud Mary is ‘Pride not Pity’ finding it more effective to celebrate the beauty in the people she’s working with and their products instead of their sometimes saddening realities.
In 2009, Harper co-opened Hope & Union, a beloved coffee shop in downtown Charleston.  Hope & Union was the first coffe… Read More

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Domingo-Martin Barreres Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Domingo-Martin Barreres

Domingo-Martin Barreres was voted one of the country’s top ten “Most Inspired Bartenders” by Bombay Sapphire, GQ and the United States Bartender’s Guild. The son of an artist and graduate of the School of Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), Domingo has been applying artistic vision to his cocktail creations in Boston and San Francisco for over 20 years. He is currently the resident mixologist at Market, located at W Boston in the heart of Boston’s theatre district.

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Jamie Herbstman Listen: Subscribe: Download this podcast to your computer

Jamie Herbstman

Jamie Herbstman is a Holistic Health Coach who educates and empowers individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices and to achieve personal wellness goals.  Through her company called Health Coach Inc, Jamie does one on one counseling and also works with businesses to set up employee wellness programs that increase worker productivity and loyalty.
Prior to becoming a heath coach, Jamie spent over 10 years in Fortune 500 packaged goods companies as a foods marketer.   Therefore, she is keenly aware how and why new food brands are developed and critical factors for marketplace success.  To evoke change and influence the foods industry, Jamie has set up the Conscious Foods Network, a mission-based company, which harnesses the power of Health Coaches nationwide to support natural food brands in achieving scale and success. The Conscious Foods Network also consults companies throughout the innovation process helping them develop new products that are health-positive.
Jamie holds an MBA f… Read More

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