In this episode Bad at Sports welcomes guest reviewers: Boston up-and-comer Liz Nofziger and Columbia College Chicago’s Neysa Page-Lieberman. They join Bad at Sports locals Terri Griffith, Serena Worthington, Joanna Topor, and Duncan MacKenzie as we shake up and shake down shows in the West Loop. Tune in as they struggle with Gescheidle’s two new shows-Drew Beattie and Chris Verene-whose name Duncan butchers repeatedly; GARDENFresh’s first show in their new digs; and Gallery 40000’s two new offerings, Thomas Rapai and Amy Vogel. All that, and Brian Andrews talks politics and art!

ALSO A BRAND NEW CONTEST: The first Bad at Sports Essay Contest is announced in the outro this week. We need you to write a speculative essay of 100 words or less on why Edward Lifson dislikes us. These can be as speculative and fictitious as possible. The winner will have their essay read on the air by Book Guru Terry Griffith!!!

On that note don’t forget to e-mail Hello Beautiful and tell them about our project!!! HelloBeautiful@ChicagoPublicRadio.org

ALSO you can contact them via the following (lifted from their site)

Whether you’re an artist or enthusiast, musician or muse, Chicago Public Radio’s arts desk wants your thoughts on where to go and what to see in Chicagoland. Share your ideas one of two ways:

TheList@ChicagoPublicRadio.org

312.948.4623

Columbia College
Drew Beattie
Chris Verene
GARDENFresh
40000
Thomas
Rapai

Amy
Vogel

Three Walls
American Book Company
WIlliam Labrant Jenning
Pepsodent
Toothpaste

Gescheidle
Richard Billingham
Larry Sulton
Burtonwood and Holmes
Michael John Hofner
Jeremiah Ketner
Alain Douglas Park
Andrew Rigsby
NPR
Bodybuilder & Sportsman
MCA’s 12x
12

Ian Weaver
Packer Schoff
Toni Hafkenscheid
Abu ghraib
UC Berkley
Fernando
Botero

Doe library
Clinton Faynes
Tomi Turrell gallery
Susan Sontag
Salon.com
Andres Serrano

Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_79_reviews.mp3

Erased Lifson Drawing
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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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