This week: From Open Engagement 2014 we talk to Deborah Fisher Executive Director of A Blade of Grass.
Their applications have already closed for 2015 but you can find them here.
Here you can find the list of artists they supported last year.
This week: We talk to Philip Vanderhyden about his work, particularly his recreation / revivial / refabrication / collaboration / whatever-you-want-to-call-it with the late, great and her 1988 work “People in Pain”.
Also, Richard has an announcement. With his final words you’ll find an ace that you can keep.
This week: Duncan, Abigail Satinsky and Columbia College Chicago’s own Amy Mooney talk the author and curator Chelsea Haines.
They -do not- talk about hot dog stands as art constructs, much to Richard’s amazement.
This week: Duncan (and eventually Richard when that jerk shows up) talks to Sharon Louden and Blane De St. Croix about the MFA and the profession of artist.
This week: San Francisco checks in with artist and genius Rick Lowe! Rick was in the Bay Area as part of a ten-day artist-in-residency with the Arts Research Center at UC Berkeley.