An Ongoing Conversation About Art and Community in Philadelphia and the World
Philadelphia Center City walls treated to Piotr Szyhalski’s provocative ‘Covid-19 Labor Camp Reports’
In this 31 minute episode, Roberta and Patrick Coue chat with Piotr Szyhalski, the artist behind instagram account @laborcamp, which documents the Covid-19 pandemic through 225 politically charged black and white drawings (later turned into posters and installed in major cities)
Talking about ‘Taking Space’ with Brittany Webb and Jodi Throckmorton of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Roberta interviews Jodi Throckmorton and Brittany Webb, co-curators of "Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale" at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts about feminism, dissent, and the importance of representation.
Matthew Rose repurposes madness and confusion in his clever quaranzine ‘Coronaville’
Roberta chats with Matthew Rose about his new book 'Coronaville,' which chronicles the early madness and confusion in America surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. This post is available in audio, video, and text!
How do we value art?
Morgan and Roberta co-write an essay about value-- specifically, why art is undervalued in America--and for the first time, you can LISTEN to this post!
Ken Lum and Karyn Olivier talk Art and Social Responsibility
Today we have a very special episode of Artblog Radio- "Art and Social Responsibility Today" with Ken Lum and Karyn Olivier! The talk was originally streamed on September 23rd, 2020, as a live Zoom panel in support of our 17th birthday and fundraiser.
Sid Sachs’s ‘Invisible City,’ Philadelphia’s bustling experimental art scene, 1956-76
On this 39 minute episode of Artblog Radio, Roberta interviews Sid Sachs about his multi-venue exhibition "Invisible City" (now closed to the public due to Covid-19).
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