There’s No Place Like Art…The Reviews at IN!

FOLWF Podcast Art



One week ago I launched my first podcast THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE ART and audiences are listening. How about YOU?

One week statistics: 277 views.

241 First Online With Fran blog listeners.

36 iTunes downloads. 

I am a new podcast fan, and a new Frances McGarry fan. Her enthusiasm for her work is infectious, and for me personally, inspiring. I hope y’all will check out her blog, and let’s help get these podcasts on the map! Congratulations and good luck on your new venture, lady! `Susan Keller, FB Blogger, Political Satirist, Mom
A review from one of my new listening fan, Susan Keller…

Susan KellerSeptember 13 at 11:59pm 

One of her missions, between her blog and podcasts, is to illustrate various ways that art complements and enhances our lives, our work, and our relationships. Art, as she puts it, isn’t merely an amenity – it is a vital contributor to society. Studying and participating in different areas of the arts enables us to understand ourselves better and can teach us invaluable interpersonal skills. Frances hopes to bring this concept to her audiences through the interesting first-person narratives of her guests.
I am a new podcast fan, and a new Frances McGarry fan. Her enthusiasm for her work is infectious, and for me personally, inspiring. I hope y’all will check out her blog, and let’s help get these podcasts on the map! Congratulations and good luck on your new venture, lady!
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There’s No Place Like Art!

First Online With Fran’s First Podcast

There’s No Place Like Art…

FOLWF Podcast Art

The Arts are imperative — a life journey, a life experience that is like no other.  The Arts brings people together all in one space.  The plays I’ve written have touched lives — they’ve changed lives and that’s what Art does. ~Dan McCormick, Playwright

The arts are an essential part of a complete education, no matter if it happens in the home, school, or community. Students of all ages—from kindergarten to college to creative aging programs—benefit from artistic learning, innovative thinking, and creativity. Celebrating National Arts in Education Week is a way to recognize this impact and share the message with friends, family, and communities.

Towards that end First Online With Fran celebrates National Arts in Education Week by launching her first podcast featuring guest Dan McCormick, playwright of The Violin  at 59E59 Theater.

The podcast offers opportunities for you to join her in discussions on how ordinary people are doing extraordinary things in The Arts to make our world a richer, deeper, better place to live. In these divisive times, tune in and listen to how The Arts transforms people’s lives and remind us how vitally important a role The Arts play in tapping into our humanity.