59 min

Episode 8: Art if...you can't make the same mess twice! With writer/performer Jasmine Henri Jordan Art If...!

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Episode Summary: Haddy and Yassi brought the crystal ball into the gallery to discuss “Art and Future.” Then they sat down for an interview with writer, performer, and teaching artist, Jasmine Henri Jordan. Finally, this week’s provocation asks the future generation for input on your art.

Bio: Jasmine Henri Jordan is a writer, performer, and teaching artist living in Chicago. She is an ensemble member at The Neo-Futurists, a company member at Playmakers Laboratory, and a founding member of Hot Kitchen Collective. She is a Florida State University School of Theatre alum. Her work is overwhelmingly about queerness, Blackness, pop culture, youth, and making messes.

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Provocation: Ask a kid what kind of art they want to see. Make it. Ask for their feedback. Then re-make it.

From the gallery

Nahum in Space

Climate Change in Art History

Record on Voyager

Sun Ra

Amiri Baraka

Janelle Monáe/Cindi Mayweather

Black Panther

Ruth E. Carter

Satellites are Spinning by Sun Ra

From the Interview

Neo Futurists

Hot Kitchen Collective

Playmaker’s Laboratory

Infinite Wrench Goes Viral

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Futurism

Marinetti

Mina Loy


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This episode is sponsored by
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Episode Summary: Haddy and Yassi brought the crystal ball into the gallery to discuss “Art and Future.” Then they sat down for an interview with writer, performer, and teaching artist, Jasmine Henri Jordan. Finally, this week’s provocation asks the future generation for input on your art.

Bio: Jasmine Henri Jordan is a writer, performer, and teaching artist living in Chicago. She is an ensemble member at The Neo-Futurists, a company member at Playmakers Laboratory, and a founding member of Hot Kitchen Collective. She is a Florida State University School of Theatre alum. Her work is overwhelmingly about queerness, Blackness, pop culture, youth, and making messes.

https://linktr.ee/live.laugh.blood

www.instagram.com/live.laugh.blood

Provocation: Ask a kid what kind of art they want to see. Make it. Ask for their feedback. Then re-make it.

From the gallery

Nahum in Space

Climate Change in Art History

Record on Voyager

Sun Ra

Amiri Baraka

Janelle Monáe/Cindi Mayweather

Black Panther

Ruth E. Carter

Satellites are Spinning by Sun Ra

From the Interview

Neo Futurists

Hot Kitchen Collective

Playmaker’s Laboratory

Infinite Wrench Goes Viral

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

Futurism

Marinetti

Mina Loy


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

59 min

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