Episode 865 Dorothy Dubrule

Episode 865 Dorothy Dubrule


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This week Dorothy Dubrule catches up with Dana Bassett and Duncan, about “Being Work” her new book of essays on the performer’s experience performing art. Essays written by effie bowen, Casey Brown, Dorothy Dubrule, Jessica Emmanuel, Paul Hamilton, Allie Hankins, Kestrel Farin Leah, and Mireya Lucio. Brilliant Illustrations by Eileen Wolf Echikson.

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TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/22-2/28)

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/22-2/28)

1. Mariel Harari: Settling Through the Palm February 23, 6-9PM NEIU Fine Art Center Gallery: 5500 N St Louis Ave, Building E   2. Reading the Room February 24, 7-9PM Tiny Table Gallery @ Ohklahomo: 2518 W Iowa St Work by: Dylan Languell, Eugene Tang, Mandy Cano...

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Episode 863 Dr. Cala Coats


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You are not what you own. Unless what we mean is art and we are guests in your house… Then you are exactly what you own. Dr. Cala Coat’s joins us for a trip into learning and her new book “New Materialisms and Embodied Encounters in Education: Curiosity’s Vital Potential.” Part art education, part 18th century journey into embodied experience, part treatise on the nature of creative… This conversation is one more step in an exploration…

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/15-2/21)

1. Su Kaiden Cho: Intricate diaspora February 17, 4-7PM Art City: 1400 N Halsted St,   2. Megan Capps: amuse-bouche February 18, 1-5PM Apparatus Projects @ Cellar Door Provisions: 3025 W Diversey Ave   3.  GuestBook February 16, 6-9PM Blanc Gallery: 4445 S...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/8-2/14)

1. Judith Dean: One Thing and the Others February 10, 6-8PM Bodenrader: 1620 W Carroll Ave, Chicago   2. Violet Luczak: Give It a Rest February 9, 6-9:45PM A Very Serious Gallery: 673 N Milwaukee Ave   3.  Natalie Jackson and Natasha Giles Somerville: The...

Sub-Rural #35, Monsters Redux

It’s no secret that the east coast art economy attracts more industry affiliates than it can support. Subsequently thousands artists become dispersed in differently-sized communities with their own subjects, traditions, and patronage each year. The ideal place for...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (2/1-2/7)

1. CV: 2/2/24 February 2, 6-10PM Bill's Auto: 3217 S Archer Ave CV is an experimental documentation and exhibition project celebrating and archiving the artwork and legacy of Gregory Bae.   2. olivier & Martín Wannam: Archiving Edging: The edges of archives...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/25-1/31)

1. Artist Talk: Noelle Garcia, CfNF Artist-in-Residence January 27, 1PM Center for Native Futures: 56 W Adams St   2. Larissa Borteh: Deep End January 26, 5-8PM Cuff and Post: 355 N Laflin St, #507   3. Faith Humphrey Hill: Knitfinity January 26, 6-9PM...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (1/18-1/24)

1. Olya Salimov: The cyborgs undone, the ghosts came to light, the ancestors control the future January 19, 5-8PM Chicago Artists Coalition: 2130 W Fulton St   2. Jade Thiraswas: Young Cash Karen: Closing Event January 20, 11AM-12:30PM Filter Photo: 1821 W...

Sub-Rural # 34, 2023 Distanced

As curatorial trends power themselves into into the Janus stage of 2024 I remember how much new art was once about finding justifications for change and building a coherent narrative out of real life - if possible folding oneself into, or talking back to, a radical...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (12/14-12/20)

1. Jose Luis Benavides: Letters to Lost Loved Ones December 15, 6-8PM International Museum of Surgical Science: 1524 N Lake Shore Dr   2. Laura Catherwood: Hearsay December 16, 12-5PM Vertical Gallery: 2006 W Chicago Ave, #1r, Chicago   3. Nocturne  December...

TOP V. WEEKEND PICKS (12/7-12/13)

1. Good Grief December 9, 6-9PM Co-Prosperity: 3219-21 S Morgan St Work by: Jade Williams, Cristabel Reynosa-Martinez, and The Black Bloom Project   2. Jonathan Michael Castillo: Immigrant Owned December 8, 6-10PM Chicago Art Department: 1926 S Halsted St  ...