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.
Paddy Johnson, the Paddy Johnson! The Blogo-sphere legend behind Art F City joins us to talk about how to make the art world better for Artists! Her new-er venture “Netvverk” and the magic that is artists helping artists. Maybe we dish a little on the current state of arts journalism, art ed and which museum sucks at wall labels.
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…
Chicago. Designer. Artist. And. Jazz fan. Norman Teague, joins us to touch on craft, music, Mies van der Rohr, bringing one’s cousins along. Come along us as we dance through a racialized modern, Martian Puryear, craft and art, and the affect of music. All while we investigate “A LOVE SUPREME” at the Elmhurst Art Museum.
This week Duncan continues the collaboration with Charlotte Street in Kansas City And talks displacement and replacement with Andrew Mcilvaine.