An Ongoing Conversation About Art and Community in Philadelphia and the World
Joy is Bridgette Mayer’s focus and motivation
Roberta speaks with gallerist Bridgette Mayer about her gallery, her passion for working with and helping artists and about how joy is the focus for everything she does. The 32-minute interview is a lively conversation that covers some great material.
Cultural Accessibility in Philadelphia, Part 3 – Andrea Kirsh, Donna Ellis, & Nathan Diechter
Artblog contributor Natalie Sandstrom returns for part three of her three-part Artblog Radio series on the topic of Cultural Accessibility. This 36-minute episode-- featuring Andrea Kirsh, Art Historian & Artblog contributor; Donna Ellis of Hands UP Productions; and Nathan Deitcher, Independent Autism Consultant-- builds off of parts 1 and 2, looking forward to a more accessible future, and how to get there.
Meet the dynamic duo behind ‘Deux Wave,’ Philly’s superstar animation studio
In this 34-minute podcast, Logan Cryer speaks with Raymo Ventura and Tamara Hahn, co-founders of 'Deux Wave,' a Philadelphia-based animation studio that has worked with celebrities such as Ms. Lauryn Hill, Tierra Whack and Billie Eilish! Tune in and learn about another bright light in Philly's vibrant art community.
Cultural Accessibility in Philadelphia, Part 2 – Kate Fialkowski of Temple University
Natalie Sandstrom returns for part two of her three-part Artblog Radio series 'Cultural Accessibility in Philadelphia.' Part 2 features Katie Fialkowski, Director of Academic Programs at Temple University's Institute on Disabilities. Tune in to this 33-minute episode and learn about the successes and failures of disability policy!
Artblog previews Philadelphia Latino Film Fest’s 10th year festival, a conversation
Now in its 10th year of programming, the Philadelphia Latino Film Festival provides a great roundup of documentaries, narrative films and shorts. In this 48-minute podcast, our film reviewer, reek bell joins Morgan and Roberta to discuss some of the selections they all watched. The festival is online - ticket information is in the post.
‘A Phonebook’ centers place and people in award-winning oral history
In this 33-minute Artblog Radio episode, Roberta speaks with Quinha Faria and Tyler Burdenski, two (out of nine) of the people behind the award-winning community project ‘A Phonebook,' an image-rich oral history of about 120 Philadelphia "mom and pop" businesses. 'A Phonebook' goes into second print this summer & will be available for free at select local shops.
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Always a delight