Finally, Sarah presents an interview with Amy Rice, a local artist and printmaker who uses nontraditional print-making methods, often with wet media on natural-based surfaces. Why are they important? It was the basis for 66 Signs of Neon, a group exhibition dealing with the Watts rebellion. Definition and Scope of the New Media – Medium References: Thank you for embarking on this journey with us. The University of St. Thomas Professors have created a Street Art Database which will document and celebrate the street art being created. Only Human Opening Event Page Kehinde Wiley’s website The Kolodzei Art Foundation Have the Diversity and Inclusion initiatives by museums succeeded? ARTFACTS.NET Last but certainly not least, we have a reprise from Teréz Iacovino! Why, though? Watch Jason Preston's appraisal of a 1965 Noah Purifoy Watts Riots sculpture, in Palm Springs Hour 1. The Arts Partnership - Arts Nonprofit Emergency Relief Fund This episode also features a special guest, Sarah’s cat, Kitty. Please, be sure to subscribe to the podcast, write us a review, and reach out to us! George Floyd & Anti-Racist Street Art Database Hello SOTA-ns! Without Boundaries and Teresa Audet Join us and let us know what you think of this topical subject! So, she has provided her list of must-see art exhibitions for Thanksgiving weekend. We have another fantastic bonus interview for you this week! “Dems boost National Endowment for Arts funding after Trump proposes eliminating it” – The Hill Links: BANDCAMP, VTV Classics (r3): David Altmejd, Canadian Pavilion at Venice Art Biennale 2007 (2007), VTV Classics (r3): Carlos Amorales: Dark Mirror (2007). Finally, we have a guest who we have mentioned before! The selection, organization,…, The first substantial project on the art of Fiji to be mounted in the United Sta…, Few artists in Chinese history have proven as enigmatic as the great Ming dynast…, Rufino Tamayo (1899–1991) was a leading Mexican artist of the 20th century who a…, From February 2017 to January 2019, New York-based artist Vera Lutter was invite…, Yoshitomo Nara is among the most beloved Japanese artists of his generation. Sarah wraps it up with an excellent interview with local illustrator, Christi Furnas. References: We side with BIPOC-led revolution, support protestors, Justice for George Floyd, Black Lives Matter, and dramatic and complete reform of social and governmental systems. We have asked ourselves these same questions many times. In this episode, Jasa and Sarah focus on humanities institutions that have been called out publicly by current and (recently) former staff. Links: We then bring you an interview with local artist, Sophia Songmi, whose work approaches difficult dichotomies: the artists’ identity as both Chinese and Korean, subversive media messaging and patriarchal power, and self-sacrifice versus self care. We hope you are all keeping well. Then, we have some awesome examples of graffiti in museums and the larger art world. SOTAland, we have a treat for you! Candlewood Arts Festival This week, we're going over some basics of accessibility in curating. Jacob Docksey on MNArtists St. Sebastian wikipedia link This week in the news, we talk about how the Met Museum has hired Marie Kondo to deaccession objects in their collection. This week, we are talking about accessibility in language and how that relates to the art world. Jasa talks about her experience viewing a screening of City of Joy at the Hammer. Arrowhead Regional Arts Council - Small Grant: COVID-19 Emergency Jes Reyes’s Online Store 'Hope flows through this statue': Marc Quinn on replacing Colston with Jen Reid, a Black Lives Matter protester South Dakota Art Museum No, this isn't a bad thing - sometimes art pisses us off. City of Joy film Our Readers’ Favorite Art Destinations, from a Kansas Town to the Westfjords of Iceland – Artsy A few years ago, I was skimming through the our department’s well-worn photocopy of the catalogue for California Design 6, the 1960 installment in the Pasadena Art Museum’s influen... Chris Burden's Metropolis II is an intense kinetic sculpture, modeled after a fa…, Presented at the original Otis Art Institute campus where Charles White was the…, Since the 1980s, Chinese contemporary artists have cultivated intimate relations…, Betye Saar (b. ISSUU Enjoy this extra segment from our interview with local illustrator Chirsti Furnas. References: References: Marc Quinn’s Bristol statue is a vainglorious stunt However, an uplifting trend is that there have been a multitude of artist relief grants that are coming from foundations, institutions, non-profits, etc. This week, in a special mini-episode, Sarah talks to Dustin Steuck (see the episode “Dustin Steuck and Noah Purifoy Outdoor Museum” from October 7th, 2018) to discuss the history of the Stonewall Riots, their impact on the LGBTQ+ Rights movement, and the (FREE!!) We sure did. This show was a spectacular queer wonderland of art excellence and we're so excited to talk to you about it! We hope you've had a lovely month and we are so glad to be back with our first-ever season! The Black Lives Matter activist whose statue replaced Edward Colston’s in Bristol, before it was taken down Sculptor Noah Purifoy … As a founding director of the Watts Towers Art Center, Purifoy knew the community intimately. In conjunction with the first edition of SOTA Projects, Jasa interviews Canadian audio engineer and journalist, Danelle Cloutier. From Non-Conformism to Feminisms: Russian Women Artists from the Kolodzei Art Foundation at the Russian Museum of Art Rare Productions In the news, we talk about the controversial Sackler family, who have been major donors to the arts and the ethics of accepting large-scale donations in public institutions. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts (free) "After cancer diagnosis, Aldo Moroni asks for help finishing his final project" -CityPages Then, we did more research into how the collective has responded to the recent social movement which altered the way we spoke about them today. Arts + All Museums Salary Transparency 2019 spreadsheet Aired: 02/20/17 Rating: TV-G Share: Share this video on Facebook. What Local Artists Are Doing How the US Got So Many Confederate Monuments In the news, we discuss the recent appointment of Klaus Biesenbach as director of MOCA in LA despite being involved in a legal case where a curator was revoked a job offer at his previous institution, MoMA PS1 after she let it be known that she had recently had a child. Wild West Dada Article Getting Wiley with Gauguin: References: We have some major power ladies to discuss this episode. “Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland Will Become Free as Part of Inclusivity Initiative” – Art News