An Ongoing Conversation About Art and Community in Philadelphia and the World
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).
The art of equipping trauma-informed teaching artists, a conversation with Beth Feldman Brandt
In this episode of Artblog Radio, Wit speaks with Beth Feldman Brandt, the Executive Director of the Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation.
Conveying beauty with canvas and voice, Suzanne DuPlantis on her craft
Wit has a heartwarming conversation with their former voice coach, Suzanne DuPlantis, about the duality of her artistic practices in oil paints and classical voice. Suzanne shares her journey with encountering art and performance, her family legacy in education, and her forthcoming shows. You can catch Suzanne’s next exhibition this coming Sunday, March 15th from […]
Francis Beaty on shaping organisms and her continuous evolution as an artist
In this 32-minute episode of Artblog Radio, Wit visits PII Gallery in Old City to speak with Francis Beaty, one of the artists whose work is currently on display in "Spring Up" at PII Gallery, on view until until March 28, 2020!
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