The Multiplicity Bio: You might think Minda is actually more than one person, based on all she does each week. By day, you might find her tending cadavers in the morgue at Fay Tech. Or using her vocal talents as an on-air personality for Beasley Media Group. By night, you’ll find her producing and hosting comedy shows for #910Comedy, the stand-up comedy organization she runs with Dashawn Byron, or tapping into the local pin-up/burlesque subculture for fundraisers at Dirtbag Ales. Oh, and there’s podcasts, too: Dead Girls Talking and That’s Just My Face. Add to that parenting her kids and hitting the road for serious social distancing in her Scamp tiny trailer, when Minda says “don’t get stuck on one path,” she speaks from deep life experience.
Favorite Local Third Place: I’m very fond of being on the Hope Mills Lake in my kayak
3 Things you can’t live without: my kids, my kayak, and my phone
Local artist (any genre) you admire: Val Humphrey. Her art is amazing.
A practice you’ve started during quarantine that you plan to continue: Working (slightly) less
What is one of your current artistic experiments? Putting together a talk show
Who is someone who encouraged or championed your artwork? I’m very blessed that I have many people pushing me along. Amber Stevens and Tim Dippel are the loudest cheerleaders.
What advice would you give to new/younger/less experienced artists in your genre? Don’t get stuck in one path. There’s always a different way to get something accomplished if the original plan isn’t working. We have many outlets and a podcast network.