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A podcast featuring both one-on-one and three-way roundtable conversations with contemporary artists, dealers, curators, and collectors--based in Los Angeles, but reaching nationally and internationally.

The Conversation Art Podcast Michael Shaw

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A podcast featuring both one-on-one and three-way roundtable conversations with contemporary artists, dealers, curators, and collectors--based in Los Angeles, but reaching nationally and internationally.

    Epis. 261: interim Co-Host Deb Klowden Mann

    Epis. 261: interim Co-Host Deb Klowden Mann

    Deb and I talk about: Gen-X, and how Gen-Xers and social media don’t mix well together; the Twitter storm that Deb got caught in after a high-profile individual came to her gallery and didn’t receive the glad-handing they thought they were entitled to; my ambition to make Hyperallergic’s “Least Powerful People in the Art World” list; and L.A.’s mid-February art fair week, and what Deb’s activity (her gallery has a booth at Art Los Angeles Contemporary, aka ALAC) will look like, and what it’s

    • 1 ч. 1 мин.
    Epis.#260: painter and professor Sara Frantz

    Epis.#260: painter and professor Sara Frantz

    Artist and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo professor Sara Frantz talks about researching the landscape from Texas to Iceland, as well as pushing back against old-guard ideas about women artists being discouraged from having kids, and how she's able to gracefully be a parent and an artist without sacrificing either.

    • 48 мин.
    Epis.#259: Carl Baratta, L.A. artist and co-director of TSA L.A.

    Epis.#259: Carl Baratta, L.A. artist and co-director of TSA L.A.

    LA artist Carl Baratta talks about: the kind of art scene he’s building through TSA L.A., one that’s more socialist-oriented in style and tone, compared with the commercial model;’ the various logistics, including membership dues, budget, how they recruit members and how he’s trying to grow the collective through international exchanges; and how he’s learned as much about himself in the last 5 years being part of TSA LA than his whole life prior.

    • 59 мин.
    Epis.# 258: The 'Meta' Episode/Search for a Co-Host

    Epis.# 258: The 'Meta' Episode/Search for a Co-Host

    The Conversation is seeking a co-host for the podcast- to switch gears and tweak the format. It is also the perfect opportunity to talk with several past and current contributors to the show: multiple-time co-host Deb Klowden Mann, and producers Amanda Roth, Chris Ford, Andy Davis, Adam Veil and Megan Bickle.
    We hear what they all think about the co-host idea and also a little about them and what they're up to.

    • 1 ч. 9 мин.
    Epis.#257: Nick Brown-- L.A. painter and director of the Davyde Whaley Foundation

    Epis.#257: Nick Brown-- L.A. painter and director of the Davyde Whaley Foundation

    L.A. painter and director of the Davyde Whaley Foundation Nick Brown talks about helping give away artist grants and what the other side of the grant-giving process looks like, teaching vs. bartending, the NY artist community vs. the LA artist community, whether to apply to New American Painting or not, and selling his work sans a gallery.

    • 59 мин.
    Epis.#256: Sarah Friend-- internet artist and software engineer--

    Epis.#256: Sarah Friend-- internet artist and software engineer--

    how she got started in software engineering (on her own, self-taught, early-20s), born out of her disillusionment with the class realities of the art world, as well as needing paid work coming into the great recession job market, and becoming an Occupy-er; her Remembering Network, an interactive digital memorial to all the species that are reaching extinction; And the way she sometimes sees her art-making as having an extra limb: it would be a phantom limb if taken away.

    • 1 ч. 1 мин.

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