Episode 28: Alison Ruttan

March 12, 2006 · Print This Article

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We interview Alison Ruttan and talk about her show at Monique Meloche and lots and lots of talk about bonobos and why a bonobo is *not* a monkey. Brian Andrews turns off his mind relaxes and floats down stream at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Ecstasy: In and About Altered States show. Jeff Ward talks about The CORE program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

NEXT WEEK: We talk about talking to a sell out crowd at the Steppenwolf Garage Theater, We review some stuff. We talk about partying like a rock star with Liz Armstrong while checking out 52 shows in Pilsen.

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Alison Ruttan
Monique Meloche
Bonobos
Balding
Brian Andrews
Jeff Ward
Nature vs. Nurture
Scarlett Johansson
Franz de Waal
Yerkes National Primate Research Center
Science
Pant Grunt
Hair Do
Hyde Park Art Center
To Kill a Mocking Bird
Rwanda
Jumanji
Los Angeles
MOCA
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

Ecstasy
George Braque

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  1. [...] series such as Bred in the Bone, Ruttan (who was interviewed on Episode 28 of the podcast) looks at a range of chimpanzee and bonobo behaviors–from the aggressive to [...]

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