In our ever-expanding digital universe, this has become a very daunting task. Too much useless information threatens to bury us all. Culture Catch's mission is simple: To filter and share compelling content with cultural enthusiasts in all areas of the Arts.
Since launching in 2005, we've been posting provocative, insightful, and entertaining conversations, reviews, and performances. Anyone looking to be enlightened, stimulated and educated by fantastic art, music, literature, film, and theater should check us daily. They will not be disappointed.
Moreover, my webcast interviews with smart culture individuals -- discussing art, comedy, fashion, film, music, politics, television, theater, even cooking -- will resonate with everyone. I'm not interested in the hype, but rather sharing real conversations. From the criminally obscure to the perversely popular, you'll discover new things about some of these people -- not every angle has been revealed. (Check out my celebrity reel below for a short tour.)
That fact that David Lynch and subversive artist Ron English are charter members of our Board of Advisors means we're doing something right.
So dig deep. Click on the photos and hyperlinks as they will lead you to even more smart culture. Moreover, please leave comments and share our content with your family and friends. You can post any of our content on your blog and/or social networking sites. Or simply follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Smart culture is not dead. It is very much alive in every page -- 2600 pages and counting -- of our website. As content continually converges with new technology, Culture Catch will continue to curate smart culture.
Convergence has arrived!
Mr. Wright is a content creator and culture curator. He is a contributor to the Huffington Post, a DJ at David Lynch's Transcendental Music Radio, the former editor-in-chief of Creem and Prince's New Power Generation magazines as well as a writer of films, fiction, and television. He's also a singer/songwriter who has released four solo CDs and one with folk-rock quartet GIANTfingers. And before all of this he was a William Morris agent.