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Music and art have the power to evoke emotion in us. This collection features artists, musicians and their work. Visit: uctv.tv/arts

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Music and art have the power to evoke emotion in us. This collection features artists, musicians and their work. Visit: uctv.tv/arts

    Same Old Paradise by Alexis Smith - Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    Same Old Paradise by Alexis Smith - Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    Alexis Smith originally created the mural "Same Old Paradise" in 1986 for temporary display at the Brooklyn Museum, after which it was stored for over 30 years. Now the massive mural - 62 feet long and 22 feet tall - has been permanently installed at the North Torrey Pines Living & Learning Neighborhood as part of UC San Diego's Stuart Collection. "Same Old Paradise" also served as the inspiration for Smith's "Snake Path," one of the collections most iconic works. Series: "Stuart Collection at UC San Diego" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36631]

    • 14 min
    Ariane Mnouchkine - 2019 Kyoto Laureate in Arts and Philosophy

    Ariane Mnouchkine - 2019 Kyoto Laureate in Arts and Philosophy

    Allan Havis, UC San Diego Professor of Theater and Dance and Director of the UC San Diego Film Studies program, is joined by visiting scholar Robert Marx to host a rare, candid discussion with revolutionary theater director Ariane Mnouchkine, who founded the Parisian avant-garde stage ensemble Théâtre du Soleil in 1964, which she continues to direct today. Series: "Kyoto Prize Symposium" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36810]

    • 51 min
    Berkeley Ceramicist and War Vet Creates Cups to Kick Off Conversations

    Berkeley Ceramicist and War Vet Creates Cups to Kick Off Conversations

    Ehren Tool is the ceramics studio manager in the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley. In his off-time, he makes clay cups that he hopes start conversations about war. Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36762]

    • 5 min
    William Wegman: La Jolla Vista View - A Conversation with Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    William Wegman: La Jolla Vista View - A Conversation with Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    Known for his playful and ironic photo portraits of Weimaraners with names like Fay Wray and Man Ray, William Wegman is an accomplished artist in a variety of media. He joins Stuart Collection's Mary Beebe and Mathieu Gregoire to discuss the genesis and installation of his piece for the Collection, "La Jolla Vista View." Wegman also shares his thoughts about creative inspirations, methods, and processes. Series: "Stuart Collection at UC San Diego" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36136]

    • 58 min
    Ian Hamilton Finlay: UNDA - A Conversation with Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    Ian Hamilton Finlay: UNDA - A Conversation with Stuart Collection at UC San Diego

    UC San Diego Library's Nina Mamikunian joins Stuart Collection's Mary Beebe and Mathieu Gregoire for an exploration of "UNDA" (Latin for "wave"), the late Ian Hamilton Finlay's 1987 contribution to the Collection. Topics discussed include Finlay's artistic influences and creative methods for the piece in the context of his long career. Series: "Stuart Collection at UC San Diego" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36055]

    • 56 min
    Terry Allen: Trees - A Conversation with Stuart Collection

    Terry Allen: Trees - A Conversation with Stuart Collection

    Visual artist, songwriter, musician, and raconteur extraordinaire Terry Allen joins Stuart Collection's Mary Beebe and Mathieu Gregoire for a wide-ranging exploration of the history and methods of creating "Trees," his installation for the Collection. Other topics for conversation include comments about Allen's public artworks that followed that initial commission and his latest album, "Just Like Moby-Dick." Series: "Stuart Collection at UC San Diego" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 36054]

    • 58 min

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