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Sound & Vision
Sue de Beer

Sound & Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 77:42


Sue de Beer's work spans the diverse disciplines of film and installation, sculpture and photography. She received her BFA from Parsons and her MFA from Columbia University. Solo exhibitions include the Kunst Werke, Berlin, the Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, The Park Avenue Armory, and the High Line, New York, as well as Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York, where she is represented. Her work has been included in group exhibitions in such venues as the New Museum, the Whitney Museum, PS1/MOMA, the Brooklyn Museum, the Reina Sofia in Madrid, a, the Deste Foundation in Greece, the Museum of Modern Art, Busan,in South Korea amongst others. Sue's work is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the New Museum for Contemporary Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Deste Foundation, the Goetz Collection, and others. She is a recipient of an American Academy in Berlin Fellowship (2002), a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship (2016), and a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2019). 

WBUR News
What scrimshaw — and a female pirate — can tell us about 19th-century whaling

WBUR News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 5:57


On view at Cape Cod's Cahoon Museum of American Art, this largely forgotten folk art form -- turning discarded whale bones and teeth into novel canvases -- is filled with stories about a finite period in American history.

Conversations About Art
98. Sandra Jackson-Dumont

Conversations About Art

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 57:05 Very Popular


Sandra Jackson-Dumont is the Director and CEO of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. Tasked with leading the institution through its opening and beyond, she comes to the museum from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, where she has served as the Frederick P. and Sandra P. Rose Chairman of Education and Public Programs since 2014. Throughout her career, Jackson-Dumont has developed programming around museum collections and special exhibitions to engage a broad range of audiences. She also served for eight years as the deputy director for education and public programs and adjunct curator in modern and contemporary art at the Seattle Art Museum. Prior to that, Jackson-Dumont held positions at the Studio Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. She and Zuckerman discuss misbehaving, seeing God, being in and of the world, museums as social spaces, going where you want to be, ambiguity, what's missing from the syllabus of work, an integrated life, and for us by us!

The Modern Art Notes Podcast
Barbara Chase-Riboud, Rosamond Purcell

The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 71:29 Very Popular


Episode No. 569 features curator Stephanie Weissberg and artist Rosamond Purcell. Weissberg is the curator of "Barbara Chase-Riboud Monumentale: The Bronzes," the artist's first retrospective in 40 years and the largest exhibition of her work to date. In addition to sculptures, such as from Chase-Riboud's "Malcolm X," "Zanzibar," and "La Musica" series, the exhibition includes nearly two dozen works on paper and a selection of Chase-Riboud's poetry. "Chase-Riboud Monumentale" is on view through February 5, 2023. A catalogue will be available in January 2023. Purcell discusses her work on the occasion of "Rosamond Purcell: Nature Stands Aside" at the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts. The retrospective exhibition examines how Purcell has collaborated with paleontologists, anthropologists, historians, curators, and more in exploration of the shifting lines between art and science. The exhibition was curated by Gordon Wilkins and is on view through December 31. The museum has published an excellent catalogue in collaboration with Rizzoli Electa. Amazon and Indiebound offer it for $45-65.

Octothorpe
67: Straight Back to Star Wars

Octothorpe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 71:48


John has hairspray, Alison has a tiara, and Liz has a necklace. Please email your letters of comment to comment@octothorpecast.uk and tag @OctothorpeCast when you post about the show on social media. Content warnings this episode: Falling out of boats (chapter 8) Letters of comment Chris Garcia Facebook, Twitter, assorted other mentions Conventions Chicon 8 Dragon Con Pemmi-con Gen Con Chicago Morse Museum of American Art (not in Chicago) Chicago Architecture Foundation Center River Cruise aboard Chicago's First Lady Art Institute of Chicago Hugo Award statistics Picks: Alison: Phantom Peak Liz: The Founders trilogy by Robert Jackson Bennett Foundryside (epub, paperback, Amazon) Shorefall (epub, paperback, Amazon) Locklands (epub, paperback, Amazon) John: Galaxy's Edge Credits Cover art: “Alison Phones It In” by Alison Scott Alt text: A commemorative plate with a blue rim which says “Octothorpe 67” and “Number #2 in an obviously infinite series” on it. Within that there is another commemorative plate with a purple rim edged in gold, and gold writing which says “Octothorpe 64” and the names of the hosts on that rim. In the centre, three figures; John on the left, giving a thumbs up in a yellow Star Trek uniform with ocular implants like Rutherford's in Lower Decks; Alison in the centre wearing a red Star Trek uniform; and Liz on the right wearing a blue Star Trek uniform with blue-green skin and pointy ears. We each have a single command pip. In the top-right corner there is text reading “UNIQUE COMMEMORATIVE PLATE OF A COMMEMORATIVE PLATE”. Theme music: “Fanfare for Space” by Kevin MacLeod (CC BY 4.0)

Warfare of Art & Law Podcast
Glance at Culture - Ella Nowicki on Incarceration, Art and Defining Justice in Terms of Accountability

Warfare of Art & Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 62:44


Please visit the following links to learn more:Shahn's sketches for Rikers Island;Correctional History discussion of Shahn; Lucienne Bloch, Cycle of a Woman's Life: Childhood: Shahn's photo of an incarcerated painter at Blackwell's Island; Larry Cook, The Visiting Room and Urban Landscapes;Groundswell murals at Rikers; Handwritten survey responses in the Shahn Papers at the Archives of American Art.SHOW NOTES:2:00 Ben Shahn's and Lou Block's proposed Rikers Island Penitentiary murals for the New Deal 4:45 West wall's mural representing prison reform6:05 East wall's mural of prisons in need of reform8:20 New York's Municipal Art Commission rejects murals as psychologically unfit for prisoners and as anti-social propaganda 9:00 1935 survey of Blackwell Island prisoners about murals11:35 one incarcerated man likened Shahn's murals to Diego Rivera's Rockefeller Center mural12:40 concerns about making incarcerated life a spectacle14:10 responses by Ben Shahn and Lou Block to survey17:20 utility of survey for art historians19:10 survey archive21:30 Ben Shahn's New Deal Murals: Jewish Identity in the American Scene by Diana Linden22:10 Ben Shahn's New York by Harvard Art Musuems22:50 Art for the Millions: Essays from the 1930s by artists and administrators of the WPA Project by Francis O'Connor includes material from Lucienne Bloch23:10 Bloch's “Cycle of a Woman's Life” accepted for WPA Project in 193523:50 Bloch's primary sources quote from letters by incarcerated females 29:30 Harold Lehman's Man's Daily Bread erected at Rikers and later removed35:20 Faith Ringgold's 1971 For the Women's House37:00 Reception to Ringgold's For the Women's House by male incarcerated population 38:45 2012 Prison Landscapes by Alyse Emdur42:10 Antoine Ealy's opinion of prison landscapes43:20 utility of murals in correctional institutions44:15 Nicole Fleetwood's book and exhibition Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration45:00 Shahn's photograph of incarcerated man painting portrait at Blackwell's Island 47:30 Utility of art as a direct and didactic tool 51:00 how a focus on art in correction facilities aids in facilitating justice 56:00 Marking Time includes incarcerated and non-incarcerated artists56:20 Artist Larry Cook 57:30 Groundswell NYC58:20 How Nowocki defines justice 59:20 Mariame Kaba's view of justice in terms of accountability as compared with punishmentTo view rewards for supporting the podcast, please visit Warfare's Patreon page.To leave questions or comments about this or other episodes of the podcast, please call 1.929.260.4942 or email Stephanie@warfareofartandlaw.com. © Stephanie Drawdy [2022]

Interviews by Brainard Carey

Kyle Thurman (b. 1986, West Chester, PA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In 2016 he received an MFA in painting from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. From 2011 to 2012, Thurman studied with Christopher Williams and Peter Doig as a guest student at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. In 2009 he received his BA in Film Studies and Visual Arts from Columbia University. Most recently, Thurman was included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial curated by Rujeko Hockley and Jane Panetta; his work is now included in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Other recent solo and group exhibitions include Central Fine, Miami Beach, FL; The Meeting, New York, NY; Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, Austria; 1301PE, Los Angeles, CA; Off Vendome, New York, NY; The Cleveland Triennial, Cleveland, OH; Parapet Real Humans, St. Louis, MO; Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Cookie Butcher, Antwerp, Belgium; Office Baroque, Brussels, Belgium; Kostyal, London, England; Benevento, New York, NY; OFFSITE, New York, NY; Bodega, New York, NY; MOCA Tucson, Tucson, AZ; Fluxia Gallery, Milan, Italy; Laurel Gitlen, New York, NY; Dickinson Gallery, New York, NY; Galeria Marta Cervera, Madrid, Spain; Lisa Cooley and Laurel Gitlen, New York, NY; Room East, New York, NY; Middlemarch, Brussels, Belgium; Nudashank, Baltimore, MA; Shoot the Lobster, Miami, FL; Maison Particuliere, Brussels, Belgium; West Street Gallery, New York NY; Eleven Rivington, New York, NY; Clearing, Brussels, Belgium; M and B Art, Los Angeles, CA; Martos Gallery, New York, NY; Printed Matter, New York, NY; and The Mercantile Fiction Library, New York, NY among others. The artist's upcoming exhibitions include Central Fine, Miami Beach, FL and Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, Austria. Kyle Thurman Dream Police (My neck) 2022 Acrylic dispersion, gouache, oil, and watercolor on PVA primed paper and Dibond panel in artist's frame 49 7/8 x 73 7/8 x 2 7/8 in 126.7 x 187.6 x 7.3 cm Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis. Kyle Thurman Forest (our shadow) 2022 Gouache, graphite, oil, and watercolor on PVA primed paper and Dibond panel in artist's frame 49 7/8 x 73 7/8 x 2 7/8 in 126.7 x 187.6 x 7.3 cm. Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis. Kyle Thurman Crown (model monument, emotion) 2022 with altar by Lesser Miracle Patinated bronze and wood Sculpture Dimensions: 21 1/10 x 21 1/10 x 21 1/10 in 53.6 x 53.6 x 53.6 cm Altar Dimensions: 30 x 70 x 33 in 76.2 x 177.8 x 83.82 cm. Image courtesy the artist and David Lewis.

Science & Wisdom LIVE
Guided Meditation: What happens when you die? – Scott Snibbe

Science & Wisdom LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 39:43


Today, we share a meditation workshop offered by Scott Snibbe, the host and producer of the meditation podcast ‘A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment', and long-time collaborator of Science & Wisdom LIVE. Scott is a twenty-year student of Tibetan Buddhism, and leads meditations that infuse the pure lineage of the great Buddhist masters with science, humor, and the realities of the modern world.This guided meditation session, inspired by ancient Buddhist techniques, helps us explore a precise series of steps that our consciousness may experience as we die, in order to probe the boundary of life and death with curiosity and wonder._____________Scott Snibbe is a regular guest moderator of Science & Wisdom LIVE during talks and events. He is also the founder and host of the meditation podcast ‘A Skeptic's Path to Enlightenment'.Snibbe is a twenty-year student of Tibetan Buddhism whose teachers include Geshe Ngawang Dakpa, Choden Rinpoche, Ven. Rene Feusi, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Gyumed Khensur Rinpoche Lobsang Jampa, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Inspired by his teachers, he leads meditations that infuse the pure lineage of the great Buddhist masters with science, humor, and the realities of the modern world.Over the course of a career as a digital artist and entrepreneur, Snibbe has created bestselling art, music, and social apps, and collaborated with musicians and filmmakers including Björk, James Cameron, and Philip Glass. His interactive exhibits have been collected by both science and art museums, including the Whitney Museum of American Art and New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Talk Art
Jimmy Wright

Talk Art

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 88:35 Very Popular


Talk Art Season 14 continues!!! We meet artist Jimmy Wright (b. 1944, Kentucky) who has lived and worked in New York since the early 1970s. We meet on the occasion of his new solo show titled 'Flowers For Ken' which runs at Fierman gallery at 19, Pike Street, NY until October 23rd 2022.Text by Ashton Cooper: "In 1988, Ken Nuzzo was diagnosed with HIV, an official pronouncement that confirmed years of suspicion, but had long been avoided for fear of losing the insurance coverage provided through his government job. For the next three years, Ken's partner Jimmy Wright cared for him in ways both familiar and painfully unfamiliar in their 16-year-long relationship. During that time, Wright also began work on a pair of monumental paintings titled Flowers for Ken. The first of these, Flowers for Ken, Sunflower Stem, was dated 1988-1991 to reflect those “three years of horror,” as Wright described them, and the painting's date of completion was mirrored by Ken's death in 1991 at the age of 41. Measuring 6 feet high and wide, Flowers for Ken, Sunflower Stem depicts the backside of a massively enlarged sunflower in the process of decay, its spindly petals withered but still vibrantly orange-yellow as they erupt around the rim of the top-heavy flower. Its partner, Flowers for Ken, Sunflower Head, 1989-92, was completed in the months after Ken's passing. It renders the same blossom, but this time from the front. Also measuring six feet high, the entire canvas is occupied by the dark center of the flower's head, its spiral-patterned disc florets rendered in somber tones of brown and gray." Read more at: https://fierman.nyc/ and http://www.jimmywrightartist.com/Follow @JimboAlley and @FiermanGallery on Instagram.Wright's work is in the collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art; The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Art Institute of Chicago; the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; The Springfield Art Museum, MO; among other institutions. Recent gallery exhibitions include The Queen's Court, Fierman, NYC (solo), LA 73 – NY 74, M&B Gallery, Los Angeles (solo) and Rachel Harrison, Albert Oehlen, Jimmy Wright, Corbett Vs. Dempsey, Chicago, both in 2019. Fierman released a limited edition publication of Wright's tearoom drawings, featuring writing by Alissa Bennett and Alison Gingeras, published by Heinzfeller Nileisist. In 2016 Corbett Vs. Dempsey published a major monograph of his work from the 1970s entitled New York Underground. Wright stopped making this body of work as the AIDS crisis wracked the gay community and New York changed. The extant drawings from the period as such serve as a dreamlike document of an oft mythologized cultural moment. The first of Wright's many flower works, were painted 1988-91, in homage to the artist's partner who had recently died of AIDS. In 2018 he was named Academician of the National Academy of Design.We love Jimmy's paintings. Thanks for listening!!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

American Art Collective
Ep. 125 - First Look: American Art Collector's October Issue

American Art Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 15:32


On this First Look we talk with Michael Clawson about the October issue of American Art Collector magazine. Michael talks with us about the beauty and importance of trees in art, Roger Dean and Freyja Dean at the Haight Street Art Center, upcoming previews and so much more!

City Life Org
Luce Foundation Announces Year-Long Conversation Series to Celebrate 40 Years of Support for American Art

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 6:58


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/09/03/luce-foundation-announces-year-long-conversation-series-to-celebrate-40-years-of-support-for-american-art/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors
Making the Work with Painter Glenn Goldberg

I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 69:19 Very Popular


Glenn Goldberg is a New York City based painter and musician who was born in the Bronx, and currently lives in Brooklyn. Glenn studied at the New York Studio School and earned his BA and MFA degrees from CUNY Queens College. Glenn is currently an associate professor in the art department at CUNY Queens College and Lodestar School of Art in Ireland and has previously taught at Cooper Union and the NY Studio School.   He has also been a panelist and visiting artist for MFA painting programs at Yale, Columbia, Boston University, American University, Hunter College, and others. A recipient of many awards, he has received grants from the Edward F. Albee Foundation, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.   Goldberg's work has been shown extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally, with recent solo exhibitions at the Rooftop Exhibition Marvin Gardens and Desert Friend Clea RSKY in Willard, New Mexico. Recent group exhibitions include the National Academy of Design Benefit Auction in Brooklyn and The Patriot at O'Flaherty's in New York, New York.   Glenn's work has also been featured in numerous private and museum collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim Museum, Brooklyn Museum, National Gallery of Art, High Museum, and Museum of Contemporary Art, LA. Glenn currently works with galleries that include Hill Gallery in Birmingham,Michigan, Galerie Albrecht in Berlin, Germany and the Betty Cuningham Gallery in NY.      In this conversation, Glenn and I talk about how he got his start with art, his work including how he uses natural objects, such as birds, flowers and water as representational elements. Glenn also shares some of his advice for new and upcoming artists.  LINKS:  https://www.instagram.com/glennandgoldberg/     I Like Your Work Links: Submit Your Work Check out our Catalogs! Exhibitions Studio Visit Artist Interviews I Like Your Work Podcast Say “hi” on Instagram

Eric's Perspective : A podcast series on African American art
Eric's Perspective Feat. Sandra Jackson-Dumont

Eric's Perspective : A podcast series on African American art

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 64:10


In this episode, Eric speaks with Sandra Jackson-Dumont — director and CEO of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. They discuss her experience of growing up in San Francisco, her initial exposure and relationship to art.. her academic journey and what eventually lead her into a career path in the art and museum world. Her distinctly creative approach to making art and museums more accessible to the public, by weaving it into the social fabric of society and making it more of an inclusive experience for all. She sheds light on her most recent project, being the building of a new museum in Los Angeles' Exposition Park; devoted to the narrative arts and her vision for the future and utilizing art and cultural spaces as a means to make a more ‘just society'.For more visit: www.ericsperspective.comGuest Bio:  Curator, author, educator, administrator, and public advocate for reimagining the role of art museums in society, Sandra Jackson-Dumont has served as Director and Chief Executive Officer of the new Lucas Museum of Narrative Art since January 2020. Tasked with leading the museum through its opening and beyond, Jackson-Dumont oversees all curatorial, educational, public, and operational affairs for the fast-developing institution, including realization of the currently under construction 11-acre campus in Los Angeles's Exposition Park, which includes a nearly 300,000-square-foot museum building designed by Ma Yansong of MAD Architects and an expansive new park designed by Mia Lehrer of Studio-MLA. Known for her ability to blur the lines—whether between academia and popular culture or traditional and non-traditional museum audiences—Jackson-Dumont has also held positions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, The Studio Museum in Harlem, and the Seattle Art Museum. Throughout her career, she has collaborated extensively with living artists, communities, creatives, and historical materials. Her work catalyzes the presence of increasingly dynamic and diverse audiences in cultural spaces while exploring issues of relevance. A native of San Francisco, Jackson-Dumont earned her B.A. in art history from Sonoma State University and received her M.A. in art history from Howard University. While pursuing her career in museums, she has also taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, New York University, and the University of Washington. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two godchildren.About Eric's Perspective: A podcast series on African American art with Eric Hanks — African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery; offers his perspective on African American art through in-depth conversations with fellow art enthusiasts where they discuss the past, present & future of African American art.For more on Eric's Perspective, visit www.ericsperspective.com#ERICSPERSPECTIVE #AFRICANAMERICAN #ART SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2vVJkDn LISTEN ON: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2B6wB3USpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j6QRmWGoogle Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fNNgrYiHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2KtYGXv Pandora: https://pdora.co/38pFWAmConnect with us ONLINE: Visit Eric's Perspective website: https://bit.ly/2ZQ41x1Facebook: https://bit.ly/3jq5fXPInstagram: https://bit.ly/39jFZxGTwitter: https://bit.ly/2OMRx33  www.mhanksgallery.comAbout Eric Hanks: African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery was one of the leading representatives of Black artists through his Santa Monica gallery, M. Hanks Gallery, founded in 1988. By selling their works nationally, contributing to museum collections, and publishing catalogs, Hanks has helped create an audience and market for these artists. 

A brush with...
A brush with... Adam Pendleton

A brush with...

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 62:07 Very Popular


Ben Luke talks to Adam Pendleton about his influences—from the worlds of literature, music and, of course, art—and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work. Pendleton, born in 1984 in Richmond, Virginia, makes paintings, drawings, performances, films and other works exploring the relationship between Blackness, abstraction and histories of the avant-garde. He is perhaps best known for an ongoing body of work he calls Black Dada. He discusses the influences behind Black Dada, from the poetry of Amiri Baraka to the sculpture of Sol LeWitt, reflects on the drawings of Jean Dubuffet and the drafts and revisions of Joan Jonas's work, and enthuses about the power of Nina Simone's voice and Julius Eastman's compositions. Plus, he gives insight into his studio life and answers the ultimate question: what is art for?Adam Pendleton: In Abstraction, Pace Gallery, Geneva, 7 September-5 October; Adam Pendleton: Toy Soldier, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, 10 September-26 November. Whitney Biennial: Quiet as It's Kept, Whitney Museum of American Art, until 5 September. Adam Pendleton, Mumok, Vienna, 31 March-10 September 2023. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

American Art Collective
Ep. 116 - First Look: American Art Collector's Sept Issue

American Art Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 22:52


On this episode of the First Look we talk with executive editor Michael Clawson about the upcoming September issue of American Art Collector Magazine! We talk about Oil Painters of America, exciting upcoming shows, previews, and more!

A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
185 - Rich-Joseph Facun

A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 73:20 Very Popular


185 - Rich Joseph-FacunRich Joseph-Facun is a photographer of Indigenous Mexican and Filipino descent. His work aims to offer an authentic look into endangered, bygone, and fringe cultures—those transitions in time where places fade but people persist.The exploration of place, community and cultural identity present themselves as a common denominator in both his life and photographic endeavors.Before finding “home” in the Appalachian Foothills of southeast Ohio, Rich roamed the globe for 15 years working as a photojournalist. During that time he was sent on assignment to over a dozen countries, and for three of those years he was based in the United Arab Emirates.His photography has been commissioned by various publications, including NPR, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian (UK), among others. Additionally, Rich's work has been recognized by Photolucida's Critical Mass, CNN, Juxtapoz, British Journal of Photography, The Washington Post and Pictures of the Year International. In 2021 his first monograph Black Diamonds was released by Fall Line Press. The work is a visual exploration of the former coal mining boom towns of SE Ohio, Appalachia. Subsequently, it was highlighted by Charcoal Book Club as their “Book-Of-The-Month.” Black Diamonds is also part of the permanent collection at the Frederick and Kazuko Harris Fine Arts Library and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art's Research Library.Having successfully run a kickstarter campaign which met the target funding, Rich is currently in the process of producing his next monograph Little Cities, slated to be released in Autumn 2022 by Little Oak Press. The work examines how both Indigenous peoples and descendants of settler colonialists inhabited and utilized the land around them. On episode 185, Rich discusses, among other things:Where he lives in Millfield, ohioBecoming a dad at 17His journey into photographyLiving in the UAEHow he ended up living in rural OhioThe origins of the project Black DiamondsBeing a person of colour in the U.S. during the Trump yearsAppalachia and its attendent photographic clichésHis latest book Little CitiesWhy doing a book without people in it is ‘scary'.The Bubble - a possible 3rd part of a trilogy“I was feeling great about the community. I was super excited about it, every day going out and making images. Everything was resonating with me. It was like being in a Disney movie and all the birds were chirping…”

The Modern Art Notes Podcast
"On This Ground," Jason Garcia

The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 74:11 Very Popular


Episode No. 562 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Sarah Chasse and Karen Kramer, and artist Jason Garcia (Okuu Pin). Chasse and Kramer are the co-curators of a new installation of the Peabody Essex Museum's Native American and American collections titled "On This Ground: Being and Belonging in America." The installation joins two separate institutional collections in a way that joins art to 10,000 years of North American history. "On This Ground" often suggests and reveals how art influenced and extended ideas core to the continental story. The installation is on view indefinitely. Garcia's work -- specifically artworks from his Tewa Tales of Suspense! series -- is included in the PEM's collection and in "On This Ground." Garcia's work often examines and interprets American and Pueblo history in ways that revise old, whites-centering narratives. His work is in the collection of museums such as the Heard Museum in Phoenix, and the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian.

We the People
A Constitutional Conversation at Crystal Bridges

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 73:15


The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, opened a new exhibit this summer called We the People: The Radical Notion of Democracy. It features an original print of the U.S. Constitution—one of only 11 in the world—as well as original prints of the Declaration of Independence, the proposed Bill of Rights, and the Articles of Confederation. To celebrate the opening, the museum invited Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, to host a conversation centered around the text and impact of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. His guest was Eric Slauter, deputy dean of the humanities at the University of Chicago and the author of The State as a Work of Art: The Cultural Origins of the Constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Interviews by Brainard Carey

Ann McCoy is a New York-based sculptor, painter, and art critic, and Editor at Large for the Brooklyn Rail. She was awarded a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in 2019. She taught art history, the in the graduate design section of the Yale School of Drama until May 2020, and the Art History Department at Barnard College from 1980 through 2000. Ann McCoy' work is included in the following collections: the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery of Australia, the Roy L. Neuberger Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others. Ann McCoy has received the following awards: the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, the Asian Cultural Council, the Pollock Krasner Foundation, the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Award, the Award in the Visual Arts, the Prix de Rome, the National Endowment for the Art, the Berliner Kunstler Program D.A.A.D.. Ann McCoy worked with Prof. C.A. Meier, Jung's heir apparent for twenty-five years in Zurich She has studied alchemy since the early seventies in Zurich, and Rome at the Vatican Library. The Death of My Father, 2012, pencil on paper on canvas, 9 by 14 ft. photo credit : Peter Dressler The Wolf Tongue Mill, 2022, 9 by 14 ft. pencil on paper on canvas

The Undraped Artist Podcast
”More than a Portrait Painter” Rose Frantzen (AUDIO)

The Undraped Artist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 179:40


https://www.oldcityhallgallery.com   A native of Maquoketa, Iowa, Rose Frantzen has gained national and international acclaim for her oil paintings from life that bring contemporary perspectives to a traditional alla prima approach. In addition to landscapes, still lifes, and figurative works, Frantzen creates serial and allegorical works that incorporate diverse stylistic elements along with gilding, stained glass, and mosaic.   Frantzen's work has shown at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Denver Historical Museum, and as an award winner in the Portrait Society of America's International Portrait Competition. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Figge Art Museum, the Dubuque Museum of Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Brunnier Art Museum, the USDA, and the World Food Prize.   Frantzen is a frequent demonstrator, guest lecturer, and panelist discussing art and the artist's life in the 21st century at museums and national art conventions. Her paintings have been featured in numerous national and international art magazines and journals, and she has been a frequent faculty member at the Portrait Society of America's Annual Conference, demonstrating portrait painting.   Frantzen studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, the Palette & Chisel Academy with Richard Schmid, and at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, studying anatomy with the late Deane G. Keller.   Portrait of Maquoketa, Frantzen's yearlong project in which she invited anyone in her hometown to sit and be painted, resulted in 180 portraits that were all shown at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC in 2005/2006. In 2012/2013, she completed her vision for Portrait of Maquoketa by painting a 315 square foot landscape view of the town on 34 vertical panels that hold the portraits on the other side. As an installation at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa, the panels were suspended from the ceiling throughout the gallery. When visitors sat at one end of the installation, all of the landscape panels coalesced into a unified view.    The Figge Art Museum has purchased Portrait of Maquoketa and alternately shows and travels the installation.   Frantzen is represented by Gallery 1261 in Denver, CO and by Old City Hall Gallery in Maquoketa, Iowa, where she shows with her husband, Charles Morris. Frantzen and her parents purchased Maquoketa's former city hall in 1991, converting the three story 1901 building into a gallery and studio space.     This book was brought up during the discussion: The Painted word by Tom Wolfe https://www.amazon.com/Painted-Word-Tom-Wolfe/dp/0312427581

The Undraped Artist Podcast
”More than a Portrait Painter” Rose Frantzen (VIDEO)

The Undraped Artist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 179:38


https://www.oldcityhallgallery.com   A native of Maquoketa, Iowa, Rose Frantzen has gained national and international acclaim for her oil paintings from life that bring contemporary perspectives to a traditional alla prima approach. In addition to landscapes, still lifes, and figurative works, Frantzen creates serial and allegorical works that incorporate diverse stylistic elements along with gilding, stained glass, and mosaic.   Frantzen's work has shown at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, the Butler Institute of American Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Denver Historical Museum, and as an award winner in the Portrait Society of America's International Portrait Competition. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Figge Art Museum, the Dubuque Museum of Art, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Brunnier Art Museum, the USDA, and the World Food Prize.   Frantzen is a frequent demonstrator, guest lecturer, and panelist discussing art and the artist's life in the 21st century at museums and national art conventions. Her paintings have been featured in numerous national and international art magazines and journals, and she has been a frequent faculty member at the Portrait Society of America's Annual Conference, demonstrating portrait painting.   Frantzen studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, the Palette & Chisel Academy with Richard Schmid, and at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, studying anatomy with the late Deane G. Keller.   Portrait of Maquoketa, Frantzen's yearlong project in which she invited anyone in her hometown to sit and be painted, resulted in 180 portraits that were all shown at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC in 2005/2006. In 2012/2013, she completed her vision for Portrait of Maquoketa by painting a 315 square foot landscape view of the town on 34 vertical panels that hold the portraits on the other side. As an installation at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa, the panels were suspended from the ceiling throughout the gallery. When visitors sat at one end of the installation, all of the landscape panels coalesced into a unified view.    The Figge Art Museum has purchased Portrait of Maquoketa and alternately shows and travels the installation.   Frantzen is represented by Gallery 1261 in Denver, CO and by Old City Hall Gallery in Maquoketa, Iowa, where she shows with her husband, Charles Morris. Frantzen and her parents purchased Maquoketa's former city hall in 1991, converting the three story 1901 building into a gallery and studio space.     This book was brought up during the discussion: The Painted word by Tom Wolfe https://www.amazon.com/Painted-Word-Tom-Wolfe/dp/0312427581

Interviews by Brainard Carey
Meghann Riepenhoff

Interviews by Brainard Carey

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 20:29


Meghann Riepenhoff © Geoffrey Berliner Meghann Riepenhoff's (b. 1979; Atlanta, GA) work has been presented internationally in exhibitions across the globe, including at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR; Denver Art Museum, CO; C/O Berlin, Germany; Aperture Foundation, New York, NY; and Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX. Her work is held in permanent collections across the United States, including those of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; and Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL, among others. In 2018, the artist was selected as the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow. Riepenhoff earned her BFA in Photography from the University of Georgia, Athens, and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. The artist divides her time between Bainbridge Island, WA, and San Francisco, CA. Her book, mentioned in the interview is Ice. Meghann Riepenhoff , Waters of the Americas: Eastman Kodak's Emissions A (Confluence of the Genesee River and Lake Ontario, Rochester, NY, 03.14.2022), 2022 Three Dynamic Cyanotypes, Approximately 59 1/2" x 42" (151 x 106.5 cm) each element. © Meghann Riepenhoff, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York  Meghann Riepenhoff, Waters of the Americas: Eastman Kodak's Emissions C (Confluence of the Genesee River and Lake Ontario, Rochester, NY, 03.13.2022), 2022. Dynamic Cyanotype, Approximately 59" x 59" (150 x 150 cm) © Meghann Riepenhoff, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York 

Atenea Americana - by Stanford Hispanic Broadcasting
Diego Rivera’s America, 30 Years of Art at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Atenea Americana - by Stanford Hispanic Broadcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:00


Today we have a conversation from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art with Dr. James Oles, guest curator for the exhibition about Diego Rivera's art from the 1920s to 1940 at the SFMOMA. Dr. James Oles is a specialist in Latin American art, focusing on modern Mexican art and architecture, through the museum as well as academic projects. His books include South of the Border: Mexico in the American Imagination, 1914-1947 (Smithsonian Institution Press, 1993); Art and Architecture in Mexico (Thames & Hudson, 2013), the first survey of its kind in some 50 years; and a monograph on the color photographs of Manuel Alvarez Bravo. Oles is guest curator for Diego Rivera's America, an in-depth exploration of the artist's work of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, which opened at the San Francisco Museum of Art (SFMOMA) in July 2022, and travels to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in March 2023. He edited the fully illustrated scholarly catalog that accompanies this exhibition. Oles received his Ph.D. from Yale University in 1996, and now divides his time between the U.S. and Mexico. He is a senior lecturer in the Art Department at Wellesley College, and in 2002 was appointed adjunct curator of Latin American art at the Davis [...]

City Life Org
Vivien Green Fryd Awarded the 34th Annual Eldredge Prize for Her Book “Against Our Will: Sexual Trauma in American Art Since 1970”

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:15


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/08/01/vivien-green-fryd-awarded-the-34th-annual-eldredge-prize-for-her-book-against-our-will-sexual-trauma-in-american-art-since-1970/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

A New American Town - Bentonville, Arkansas
We the People: The Notion of a Radical Democracy

A New American Town - Bentonville, Arkansas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 19:06


The Visit Bentonville team sits down with Austen Barron Bailey, Cheif Curator at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art to discuss We the People: The Radical Notion of Democracy. Listen now to learn more about the obtainment of the rare, original print of the US Constitution, the additional documents and artwork on display, and the upcoming events for this exhibition!

WBEN Extras
Polish American Arts Fesival preview with Eddie Dobosiewicz

WBEN Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 4:05


Polish American Arts Fesival preview with Eddie Dobosiewicz

Taboo Trades
Bonus Episode: The Plagiarism Taboo with Brian Frye

Taboo Trades

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 66:56


Brian Frye and I engage in academic navel gazing, discuss scholarly shit posting, and argue about the virtues of plagiarism. A fun time was had!My guest today is one of the most unusual and creative voices in the legal academy, Brian Frye, the Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky. He teaches classes in civil procedure, intellectual property, copyright, and nonprofit organizations, as well as a seminar on law and popular culture. Today we're engaging in academic navel gazing and opining on plagiarism, law review publishing, and plagiarism.Brian is also a filmmaker. He produced the documentary Our Nixon (2013), which was broadcast by CNN and opened theatrically nationwide. His short films and videos have shown in the 2002 Whitney Biennial, the New York Film Festival, and the San Francisco International Film Festival, among other venues, and are in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. His critical writing on film and art has appeared in October, The New Republic, Film Comment, Cineaste, Senses of Cinema, and Incite! among other journals.Additionally, Professor Frye also produces a podcast that I highly recommend, Ipse Dixit https://shows.pippa.io/ipse-dixit

The Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Religion and war has a paradoxical relationship. Dr. Benjamin Wetzel joins me to discuss the history of religion and war in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, from mainline Protestant ministers calling souls to join the Union Army, to Catholic priests resisting the war against Spain in 1898. Essential Reading:Benjamin Wetzel, American Crusade: Christianity, Warfare, and National Identity (2022).Recommended Reading:Andrew Preston, Sword of the Spirit, Shield of Faith: Religion in American War and Diplomacy (2012).Matthew McCullough, The Cross of War: Christian Nationalism and U.S. Expansion in the Spanish-American War (2014).Richard Gamble, The War for Righteousness: Progressive Christianity, the Great War, and the Rise of the Messianic Nation (2003).Kristin Schwain, Signs of Grace: Religion and American Art in the Gilded Age (2008).Jonathan Ebel, Faith in the Fight: Religion and the American Soldier in the Great War (2010).George Rable, God's Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War (2015). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

City Life Org
Asian American Arts Alliance: Rafiq Bhatia and Ian Chang – FREE on August 19 at Bryant Park Picnic Performances

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 8:42


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/07/26/asian-american-arts-alliance-rafiq-bhatia-and-ian-chang-free-on-august-19-at-bryant-park-picnic-performances/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

City Life Org
Smithsonian's Archives of American Art Announces “Between Artists: In Conversation with History”

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 8:56


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/07/22/smithsonians-archives-of-american-art-announces-between-artists-in-conversation-with-history/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

Interviews by Brainard Carey
Marley Freeman

Interviews by Brainard Carey

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 20:51


Marley Freeman Portrait by Sarah Rice, The New York Times Marley Freeman is a New York-based artist who combines the disciplines of abstract and representational painting. Her unique facture is characterized by the hand-mixed gesso, acrylic, and oils she uses to create meticulous, psychologically-charged color fields. Through this technical process, she studies the ways in which paint “wants to perform.” “Pigments have their own ways of acting,” Freeman says, “and I became obsessed with learning their traits.” Freeman's distinct vocabulary of forms is made up of brushy strokes, color washes, and shapes that freely transform across the picture plane. The influence of textile design is evident in her close attention to the textural subtleties of her paints, and her reverence for their surface effects—their impressions in the warp and weft of the canvas. Freeman completed her MFA at the Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts at Bard College, New York, and her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Freeman's work can be found in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York; RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island; the San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, Texas; and the Colorado University Art Museum, Bolder, Colorado. Marley Freeman, tuned to existence, 2021, Oil and acrylic on linen, 8⅛ x 9⅛ inches; 20.65 x 23.19 cm, 9¼ x 10¼ inches; 23.5 x 26 cm (framed) Marley Freeman, a self area, 2021, Oil and acrylic on linen, 54 x 54⅛ inches; 137.2 x 137.5 cm, 54¾ x 54⅞ inches; 139.1 x 139.4 cm (framed)  

Laurel Highlands Happenings
Research & Residencies: Late Summer Fun in Westmoreland County

Laurel Highlands Happenings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 28:45


This month's episode of Heritage Happenings features the great duo of the Baltzer Meyer Historical Society and The Westmoreland Museum of American Art. Learn about Baltzer Meyer's upcoming Ancestry Days, plus their month-long FREE research special for the public. Hear from staff at The Westmoreland Museum about their Artist in Residency programs, plus late summer fun for the whole family! Thanks to our sponsor Saint Vincent College for making Heritage Happenings possible.

City Life Org
The Brooklyn Museum Celebrates a Preeminent Yet Overlooked Figure of Twentieth-Century American Art in Really Free: The Radical Art of Nellie Mae Rowe

City Life Org

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 7:01


This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/07/18/the-brooklyn-museum-celebrates-a-preeminent-yet-overlooked-figure-of-twentieth-century-american-art-in-really-free-the-radical-art-of-nellie-mae-rowe/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support

American Art Collective
Ep. 109 - First Look: American Art Collector's August issue

American Art Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 22:31


On this episode of the First Look we talk with executive editor Michael Clawson about the upcoming August issue of American Art Collector Magazine! We talk about the exceptional contemporary work at the Santa Fe Indian Market, C.W. Mundy, Daniel Barkley, The Art of the Portrait and so much more!

The Modern Art Notes Podcast
Meghann Riepenhoff, Niki de Saint Phalle

The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 75:44 Very Popular


Episode No. 557 features artist Meghann Riepenhoff and curator Michelle White. Meghann Riepenhoff is included in "Watershed," an exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art that considers the interconnected histories, present lives, and imagined futures of the Great Lakes region. "Watershed" features work by 15 artists, six of whom were commissioned to make new work for the show. Riepenhoff's 2022 Waters of the Americas: EPA ID NYD980592497, Eastman Kodak's Emissions B (Confluence of the Genesee River and Lake Ontario, Rochester, NY, 03.12.2022) is among those commissions. The exhibition was curated by Jennifer M. Friess, and is on view through October 23. Riepenhoff's work foregrounds the chemical processes from which pictures are and have been made since the nineteenth century, and brings those processes into contact with nature, including rivers, lakes and oceans. Her work has been included in exhibitions at SFMOMA, the High Museum of Art, the Portland Art Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and more. This September, Radius and Yossi Milo Gallery will publish Riepenhoff's new book Ice; and Yossi Milo will present related work in its New York space. Indiebound and Amazon offer the book for about $60. White discusses "Niki de Saint Phalle in the 1960s," which is at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego through July 17. The exhibition examines two of Saint Phalle's most important bodies of work: the Tirs, or “shooting paintings,” and exuberant sculptures of women Saint Phalle called Nanas. White co-curated the show with Jill Dawsey. The excellent exhibition catalogue was co-published by MCASD and The Menil Collection, which originated the exhibition, and distributed by Yale University Press. Amazon offers it for about $50.

A Photographic Life
A Photographic Life - 218: Plus Andrew Moore

A Photographic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 19:28


In episode 218 UNP founder and curator Grant Scott is in his shed reflecting on the word photograph, music and creativity, poetry and photography and positive news for some commissioned photographers. Plus this week, photographer Andrew Moore takes on the challenge of supplying Grant with an audio file no longer than 5 minutes in length in which he answer's the question ‘What Does Photography Mean to You?' American photographer Andrew Moore is widely acclaimed for his photographic series, usually taken over many years, which record the effect of time on the natural and built landscape. These series include work made in Cuba, Russia, Bosnia, Times Square, Detroit, The Great Plains, and most recently, the American South. Moore's photographs are held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the National Gallery of Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and the Library of Congress amongst many other institutions. He received a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in 2014, and has been award grants by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the J M Kaplan Fund. His most recent book, Blue Alabama, was released in 2019. His previous work on the lands and people along the 100th Meridian in the US, called Dirt Meridian, was exhibited at the Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha. An earlier book, Detroit Disassembled, included an essay by the late Poet Laureate Philip Levine, and an exhibition of the same title opened at the Akron Museum of Art before also traveling to the Queens Museum of Art, the Grand Rapids Art Museum, and the National Building Museum in Washington, DC. Moore's other books include: Inside Havana (2002), Governors Island (2004) and Russia, Beyond Utopia (2005) and Cuba (2012). Additionally, his photographs have appeared in Art in America, Artnews, The Bitter Southerner, Harpers, National Geographic, New York Review of Books, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, TIME, Vogue and Wired. Moore produced and photographed How to Draw a Bunny, a pop art mystery feature film on the artist Ray Johnson. The movie premiered at the 2002 Sundance Festival, where it won a Special Jury prize. www.andrewlmoore.com Dr. Grant Scott is the founder/curator of United Nations of Photography, a Senior Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator: Photography at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, a working photographer, documentary filmmaker, BBC Radio contributor and the author of Professional Photography: The New Global Landscape Explained (Routledge 2014), The Essential Student Guide to Professional Photography (Routledge 2015), New Ways of Seeing: The Democratic Language of Photography (Routledge 2019). © Grant Scott 2022

Female Founders
Jill Mara Hamilton - Busting Infertility Myths with Mindfulness

Female Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 34:59


Jill Mara Hamilton is the founder of Big Happy Family and earlier worked as the Head of Patient Experience at IntegraMed, the largest network of fertility practices in North America, where she oversaw marketing, communications, events, social media, and philanthropic partnerships. Prior to that, Jill led the creative concept teams at Avon and Macy's in New York and was later recruited by the Whitney Museum of American Art to spearhead their rebranding in 2015.  After struggling with infertility and pregnancy loss, Jill's passion for elevating the family-building journey led her to found Big Happy Family. A community for individuals building their families through Assisted Reproductive Technology.  During this conversation, Jill discussed her journey and the guidance, resources, and support Big Happy Family provides to everyone trying to build their families.  Today you'll learn about: Brief about Jill's life Her entrepreneurship journey Her experience and educational background Her company Big Happy Family The guidance, resources, and support Big Happy Family provides Her advice for couples going through infertility struggles Her advice to entrepreneurs   Connect with Jill Hamilton https://www.bighappyfamily.com  https://www.instagram.com/bighappyfamilyofficial/ 

MattCast
Battle Hymn of the Republic - An American Art Story

MattCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 31:08


A history and tribute to The Battle Hymn of the Republic. Music/Clips: “Invisibility Cloak,” by Podington Bear, from the album, “Piano I,” 2017. Promoted by freemusicarchive.org. Licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode). “Battle Hymn of the Republic - The Tabernacle Choir,” The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square (www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSiVjlknuSw). “2019 Battle Hymn of the Republic,” by Bob Minner (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvkGPJPD9h4). “Across the River,” by Podington Bear, from the album, “Piano I,” 2017. Promoted by freemusicarchive.org. Licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode). “Say Brothers, Will You Meet Us?” by Columbia Yore, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N8dBex8lY8). “Battle Hymn of the Republic - Zen Piano: America - Trevor Loucks,” by Trevor Loucks (www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoksOm7SASM “John Brown's Body,” by Tom Glazer - Topic (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il2qwO7WvUQ). “Surface Tension 3,” by Podington Bear, from the album, “Piano I,” 2017. Promoted by freemusicarchive.org. Licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode). “Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (The Battle Hymn of the Republic),” by K.L. Phillips (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H21esbqbfoA). “Mortality,” by Podington Bear, from the album, “Piano I,” 2017. Promoted by freemusicarchive.org. Licensed under CC BY-NC 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode). “Martin Luther King Jr. - I've Been to the Mountaintop (Last Speech; Assassinated Next Day),” by AHAVA78 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WZbxYGy3As). “The Greatest Love of All and The Battle Hymn of the Republic - Whitney Houston - Live WHH Remastered,” by Hunter Sullivan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDjqUZDrYsY).

Real Photo Show with Michael Chovan-Dalton
Rich-Joseph Facun | Photo Show Live

Real Photo Show with Michael Chovan-Dalton

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


Rich-Joseph and Michael Chovan-Dalton talk about how he accidentally became a photographer and his two new books, Black Diamonds pub by Fall Line Press and Little Cities pub by Little Oak Press. See the slideshow of Rich-Joseph's work at: https://youtu.be/OcYXvfkshT8 https://facun.com Photo Show Live is sponsored by Charcoal Book Club https://charcoalbookclub.com Rich-Joseph Facun is a photographer of Indigenous Mexican and Filipino descent. His work aims to offer an authentic look into endangered, bygone, and fringe cultures—those transitions in time where places fade but people persist. The exploration of place, community and cultural identity present themselves as a common denominator in both his life and photographic endeavors. Before finding “home” in the Appalachian Foothills of southeast Ohio, Facun roamed the globe for 15 years working as a photojournalist. During that time he was sent on assignment to over a dozen countries, and for three of those years he was based in the United Arab Emirates. His photography has been commissioned by various publications, including NPR, The Atlantic, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ProPublica, AARP, The Associated Press, Reuters, Vox, Adweek, Education Week, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The FADER, Frank 151, Topic, The Guardian (UK), The National (UAE), Telerama (France), The Globe and Mail (Canada) and Sueddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), among others. Additionally, Facun's work has been recognized by Photolucida's Critical Mass, CNN, Juxtapoz, British Journal of Photography, The Washington Post, Feature Shoot, It's Nice That, The Image Deconstructed, The Photo Brigade, Looking At Appalachia, and Pictures of the Year International. In 2021 his first monograph Black Diamonds was released by Fall Line Press. The work is a visual exploration of the former coal mining boom towns of SE Ohio, Appalachia. Subsequently, it was highlighted by Charcoal Book Club as their “Book-Of-The-Month.” Black Diamonds is also part of the permanent collection at the Frederick and Kazuko Harris Fine Arts Library and the Amon Carter Museum of American Art's Research Library. Presently, Facun is in the process of producing his next monograph Little Cities, slated to be released in Autumn 2022 by Little Oak Press. The work examines how both Indigenous peoples and descendants of settler colonialists inhabited and utilized the land around them. Photo Show Live is a production of Real Photo Show. ©2022 Real Photo Show

Blind Hog and Acorn
Season 3, Episode #22~ Fun with Friends

Blind Hog and Acorn

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 33:17


Company from Baton Rouge have come and gone but in between Blind Hog and Acorn had a grand time.  Much fun was had by all, including a day trip to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, as well as their sister facility, The Momentary.Goat kids have been weaned, with the exception of Little Helper's 6 week old doeling.  Little Helper is in with the mob of kids, will act as a "trainer" for us, teaching the rest to come when we call.  The farmer s are working on dismantling the chicken tractor/mobile coop to transform it into a mobile goat feeder.0.80" of rain for the month, and it was 100F when we left to go to the Post Office.  Ground is powdery dry.  Boots throw up "poofs" of dust when you walk.Cotton Patch geese are very happy, about adult size already. And look WHOOOOOO was watching when Blind Hog and Acorn went to the Post Office!

Reel Talk Arkansas
Brooke Bierhaus

Reel Talk Arkansas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 22:26


LINKS:www.vidbee.orgwww.bierhauscreative.comwww.theconnectedcup.comhttps://www.instagram.com/itsbrookebierhaus/BIO:Brooke Bierhaus is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, photographer, and visual storyteller. Creator of the feature length documentary, The Connected Cup, Brooke specializes in narrative driven storytelling with an immersive approach. The Connected Cup follows the global language of coffee and tea as a universal means of human connection, and how clean water plays a vital role in this fabric of the human experience. Filmed across 9 countries and in 9 languages to further the idea of a universal language. Brooke is a published National Geographic TopShot Photographer, and works on stories that bridge Anthropology and Journalism through effective visual storytelling.  From summiting Mount Kilimanjaro to reporting in a conflict zone on the outer border of Syria, Brooke handles stressful situations with care and purpose.Brooke was awarded a Women In Film & Television grant in 2019 to finish her short documentary "Women of the West Bank". She filmed and edited the short documentaries, "Regeneration of land and Culture", "Il Mundo in una Tazza", "The World in a Cup", "Boda Boda: Illegal Transportation of Bushmeat and Ivory in the Western Corridor of the Serengeti", and more. Her work has appeared in Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, NBC Sports, PBS, Vox Media, ABC Australia, NBC, FOX, and international film festivals. Brooke is a current board member of Women in Film Arkansas. Brooke is a recipient of Doc Society and Exposure Lab's Climate Story Lab - South 2021 social impact production cohort for her current documentary with Quapaw Nation: “Regeneration of Land and Culture”.Brooke is driven by creating work that makes people feel seen, heard, and valued. A graduate of the University of Iowa School of Journalism and currently finishing her Masters in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Arkansas. Brooke is certified in Hostile Environment First Aid through the Global Journalist Security 2019.

Cerebral Women Art Talks Podcast

Ep.112 features BETHANY COLLINS (b. 1984 Montgomery, AL). She lives and works in Chicago, IL. Collins is a multidisciplinary artist whose conceptually driven work is fueled by a critical exploration of how race and language interact. Collins received an MFA from Georgia State University in Atlanta GA, and a BA from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL. Recent solo exhibitions include: Cadence (2022), PATRON, Chicago, IL; America: A Hymnal (2021), Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AK; Evensong (2021) Frist Art Museum, Nashville, TN; My destiny is in your hands (2021), Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL; Chorus (2019), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St Louis, MO; Benediction (2019) The University of Kentucky Art Museum, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; A Pattern or Practice (2019), University Galleries of Illinois State University, Normal, IL; The Birmingham News 1963 (2018-2019), Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL; The Litany, Locust Projects (2018), Miami, FL; Undersong (2018), PATRON, Chicago IL; and Occasional Verse (2018), The Center for Book Arts, New York, NY. Image courtesy of the artist and PATRON Gallery, Chicago. Photography by Evan Jenkins Additional information~ Artist https://bethanyjoycollins.com/home.html Patron Gallery https://patrongallery.com/exhibition/285/cadence https://patrongallery.com/artist/bethanycollins Montgomery Museum of Fine Art Bethany Collins - MMFA Brooklyn Rail https://brooklynrail.org/2022/02/artseen/Seize-the-Time WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/collectors-eye-they-built-a-world-class-collection-of-black-artists-work-who-are-they-acquiring-now-11594828483 Artspace https://www.artspace.com/artist/bethany-collins Richard Gray Gallery Bethany Collins - Artists - Richard Gray Gallery Block Museum https://www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu/events/2022/artist-talk-laylah-ali-and-bethany-collins.html Chicago Gallery https://www.chicagogallerynews.com/events/bethany-collins-cadence Crystal Bridges https://crystalbridges.org/calendar/bethany-collins-america-a-hymnal/ Frist Art Museum https://fristartmuseum.org/exhibition/bethany-collins-evensong/ https://burnaway.org/daily/collins-frist/ The Phillips Collection https://www.phillipscollection.org/event/2021-06-25-jacob-lawrence-american-struggle Speed Art Museum https://www.promisewitnessremembrance.org/ Art in America https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/breonna-taylor-promise-witness-remembrance-speed-art-museum-1234594195/ Hyperallergic https://hyperallergic.com/641634/amy-sherald-bearing-witness-to-breonna-taylor-life-and-death/ NYTimes https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/11/arts/design/breonna-taylor-review-museum-louisville.html PBS https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/what-breonna-taylors-name-and-image-is-teaching-america-about-black-lives The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2021/apr/01/remembering-breonna-taylor-through-art-it-keeps-her-alive Artforum https://www.artforum.com/print/reviews/202202/the-dirty-south-contemporary-art-material-culture-and-the-sonic-impulse-87629 Smart Museum https://smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/exhibitions/take-care/ Renaissance Society https://renaissancesociety.org/exhibitions/540/nine-lives/ Hirshhorn https://hirshhorn.si.edu/explore/bethany-collins-part-1-hirshhorn-artist-diaries-2/