16 episodes

Interviews with artists, gallerists and museum professionals living and exhibiting in NC.

Don't You Lie To Me! Jeff Bell / Warren Hicks

    • Arts

Interviews with artists, gallerists and museum professionals living and exhibiting in NC.

    Episode 16 - Brian Howe

    Episode 16 - Brian Howe

    Hey everybody! We had a great, in-depth conversation with Brian Howe, the Managing Arts and Culture Editor at Indy Week, as well as an accomplished poet. Brian discusses his thoughts on the current landscape of the arts in the Triangle; how he approaches writing about art; the decision process behind selecting which events get published. We also talk about his own art of combining poetry, sound, and performance. If you want to hear a great, behind-the-scenes take on art journalism, this episode has plenty to offer! Enjoy!

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 15 - Jessica Ruhle

    Episode 15 - Jessica Ruhle

    Hello, Sweet Spirits! Ready for another peek inside the underbelly of the museum world? This is your lucky day! Jeff has a fascinating conversation with Jessica Ruhle, the Director of Education and Public Programs at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, where she founded “Reflections,” a program for visitors with dementia and their care givers. Ruhle is a graduate of Davidson College with a masters from George Washington University. She also kicks butt in roller derby. You don't want to miss this episode!

    • 32 min
    Episode 14 - Lien Truong

    Episode 14 - Lien Truong

    Hello, Sweet Spirits! You're in for a treat! Jeff has a great conversation with Chapel Hill artist and UNC Chapel Hill professor, Lien Truong. She's as great a person as she is a painter and she's one hell of a painter! Don't miss your chance to find out more about this NC Fellowship Award-winning artist who has a new painting on view at the North Carolina Museum of art as well as several solo shows coming up! You don't want to miss this episode!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 13 - Bill Thelen

    Episode 13 - Bill Thelen

    We kickoff Season 2 with a big bang. Jeff talks and laughs with artist, curator, and arts educator, Bill Thelen. Bill also founded LUMP Gallery in Raleigh, NC. If that isn't enticing enough, Lizzie McNairy pays a visit to the studio to talk about her new initiative at the NC Museum of Art called Matrons of the Arts. Don't know what that is? Listen, laugh, and learn!

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 12 - Susan Harbage Page

    Episode 12 - Susan Harbage Page

    Whoa! Stop what you're doing and listen to this episode!
    Jeff talks with the amazing conceptual artist and arts educator Susan Harbage Page. This one is a doozy! Susan is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring immigration, race, gender, and nation, utilizing photography, drawing, painting, video, performance, textiles, and found objects as her media. She’s also a stellar human being that plays a mean saxophone! Susan’s work has been exhibited across the globe and has been collected by major national and international museums. She’s also accumulated numerous awards throughout her career.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Episode 11 - Artcast Live from NCMA

    Episode 11 - Artcast Live from NCMA

    This episode is a LIVE recording from the North Carolina Museum of Art. Jeff Bell and Jennifer Dasal (host of the ArtCurious podcast) interview 4 artists participating in the NCMA's Monster Drawing Rally - for more information on the MDR and the artists interviewed, visit www.DontYouLieToMe.com. The artists interviewed include Candy Carver, Kiki Farish, Damian Stamer, and Saba Taj. The content is fascinating, but since it's a live recording, the sound gets funky in sections. Enjoy!

    • 1 hr 5 min

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I’ve learned so much about the artists and arts professionals in my own community I thought I knew. And I typically laugh quite a bit while listening too. More please.

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These guys do a great longform interview. They get the substantial information out of an artist -- how they started, what their fundamental concerns are -- but they also get the personality too, which really informs a deep look at an artist's work. Love this podcast!

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