Episode 148: Mary Rachel Fanning/ Diane Grams

June 29, 2008 · Print This Article

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Mary Rachel Fanning

This week:

First, some generally embarrassing banter, Duncan discusses his dance career, we talk about Richard’s terminal nerd-dom, and eventually introduce the show. Brian and Richard have announcements

Second, Terri and Serena interview artist Mary Rachel Fanning about her many and varied projects.

Third, Duncan talks to Diane Grams about her book “Entering Cultural Communities: Diversity and Change in the Nonprofit Arts”.

Next, more silliness in the closing, and then, you sit and wait until next Sunday where we send more wackiness your way.
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Wendy Babcox
Rozalinda Borcila
Yana Payusova
Sherry Wiggins
Emily Jacir
Larissa Sansour
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Glass Curtain Gallery

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3 thoughts on “Episode 148: Mary Rachel Fanning/ Diane Grams”

  1. Balzac says:

    Nice to see the nerd-art connection continues to be so strong.

  2. Bill Dolan says:

    In my day, artists weren’t nerds. We were just weird and quiet, drawing all over our desks and books. This anti-social and somewhat destructive behavior did garner the respect of some of the bullies, though.

  3. Richard says:

    I have to say I am constantly amazed how little you have to scratch the surface to see the D&D nerd underneath most of the art folks out there. My comic fandom is becoming down right mainstream. My half-drow 23rd level lawful-evil cleric, well…

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