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Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.

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    • 4.9, 173 Ratings

Suggested Donation is a podcast devoted to the arts in all forms. Hosted by two contemporary painters, Tony Curanaj and Edward Minoff, the conversations provide an insight into the creative mind. By speaking with both traditional and non-traditional artists and craftsmen, curators and restorers, we create a dialog through which we discover common ground across disciplines and spaces united by a love of and deep devotion to skill.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
173 Ratings

173 Ratings

No1UOryourmothetknows ,

Deeply superficial

The Candice Bohannon interview minimized her special qualities as a seeker and emphasized her marriage and parenting. When she talked about why she was committed to put everything aside to pursue art, the question should have been, Why, what did art mean to you. When she invoked the word meaning, she was shut down by one of the interviewers saying, that’s a heavy burden. Instead she should have been asked, how does meaning express itself in your work? How do you choose your symbols, colors, narrative. You guys go brain dead when speaking to women artists. Shana Levenson became a prattling billboard for David Kassan. Juliette Aristides was pushed into talking about copyrights when she had so much more to offer. Think about how you dumb down your female guests. Reform!

Lucy Kalian ,

Suggested Donation Candice Bohannon

I’ve enjoyed all the podcasts so far. This discussion was perfect timing for me. It is encouraging to hear the stories about your work getting interrupted, getting thrown off track, then coming back to it. I also appreciated hearing that others discuss the value of a tribe. When I’m away from like minded people for a long stretch, this podcast fills the gap. Thanks, guys!

hvhuck ,

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Always worthwhile.

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