Jefferson Lee and the European Report | The After Party

Speaking with Jefferson Lee about his trip to Hungary (first time in Europe), what he saw, what it made him reflect on.   Direct YouTube Link     — Interview and Public Appearance Disclaimer Opinions, thoughts, and views of guests/cohosts of shows on which I appear do not necessarily represent my opinions, thoughts, and views. My appearance on other shows/podcasts/channels does not necessarily represent sympathy, … Continue reading Jefferson Lee and the European Report | The After Party

Jeff Winston of White Art Collective | THE AFTER PARTY, No White Guilt

For this episode of The After Party, we spoke with Jeff Winston, who finds and presents musicians and artists from the movement for white wellbeing. His site and YouTube channel is called White Art Collective. Topics of this discussion included: -The markers of the European spirit in art, and what Jeff is looking to foster -Balancing old and new, tradition and innovation -The anti-whites and … Continue reading Jeff Winston of White Art Collective | THE AFTER PARTY, No White Guilt

Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?

  Should we look to the past in creative arts, or create a brand new future? And what does making videos on social media actually accomplish? -Articles mentioned so you can check out the illustrations they contain: See Lynd Ward’s Beowulf in this one: The Prosperity Paradox– Escaping Apathy See Michael Kungl’s Dieu de Soleil in this one: Odin and Self-Becoming: Inspired by Survive the … Continue reading Canvases or Computers? Old or New Artforms? Do Videos Matter?

Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?

  Enemies at the gates, traitors from within…is it self-indulgent to be advocating for new arts and culture right now? This is the fourth of five videos based off a recent livestream I participated in. The first three vids were about “cultural and aesthetic red pills.” This one and the final one take a more positive stance on the role arts and cultural creation, and … Continue reading Is Now Not the Time for Cultural/Artistic Creation?