downloadAround the Coyote
Is there an art scene in Wicker Park anymore? Why does Around the Coyote have such a crap reputation these days? Duncan asks the hard questions to Around the Coyote Executive Director Allison Stites and festival coordinator Jessie Cochran about what they are doing, what they are working on, and how they are trying to turn the program around, bring in quality curators and artists and make it relevant and interesting. They don’t shy away from straight answers.

This week the San Francisco Bureau introduces their new co-host, the fabulous Patricia Maloney, in a survey of the fall season exhibitions. Brian, Marc, and Patricia review a smorgasbord of shows including: Olafur Eliasson at SFMOMA, the opening of the new Ratio 3, Jessica Silverman Gallery, Ping Pong, Queens Nails Annex, Heather Marx Galley and a cavalcade of others. Meanwhile, Marc pitches in with a report of the LA Chinatown openings while Brian and Patricia debate anatomical merits of R. Crumb and Tom of Finland. Good Times!

Around the Coyote
Allison Stites
Jessica Cochran
Patricia Maloney
Julia Marsh
Shannon Stratton
BAT Journal
Live Box
Abby Satinsky
Ben Shaafsma
Jim Trainor
Roots and Culture
Green Lantern
Heaven Gallery
All Rise Gallery
The Wicker Park/Bucktown Gallery Association
Fraction Workspace
SSA#33
People Powered
Rebar
SF MOMA
Olafur Eliasson
The Art Institute of Chicago
Anthony McCall
Jeremy Blake
Queens Nails Annex
Misako Inaoka
Constantin Brancusi
Robert Irwin
Nate Boyce
Kei Ito
Kristina Lewis
Silverman Gallery
Christopher Badger
Ratio 3
Jordan Kantor
Mitzi Pederson
Robert Smithson
Chris Perez
Ben Peterson
Douglas Gordon
Heather Marx
Libby Black
Ping Pong Gallery
Amanda Curreri
Philip Guston
China Art Objects
Sean Landers
Quick Draw McGraw
Black Dragon Society
Steve Canaday
R. Crumb
Tom of Finland
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_110-ATC-SF_Reviews.mp3

Christopher

Operations Manager at Bad at Sports
Christopher Hudgens is the Operations Manager for BaS and works in various other capacities for other organizations in the Chicago Art & Culture scene. Most recently as Business Operations Manager for the Bridge Art Fair and currently an advocate for all things art & technology.

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