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The official podcast of the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts with interviews of artists and scholars on topics of art with host Glen Nelson.

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The official podcast of the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts with interviews of artists and scholars on topics of art with host Glen Nelson.

    Neylan McBaine: Pioneering the Vote

    Neylan McBaine: Pioneering the Vote

    2020 marks three historic milestones surrounding women and voting rights. In her new book, Pioneering the Vote: The Untold Story of Suffragists in Utah and the West, author Neylan McBaine narrates this extraordinary history through the eyes of the women...

    • 58 min
    John Williamson, Art, and Mobility

    John Williamson, Art, and Mobility

    Although he was born with a physical condition requiring prosthetic legs and braces to walk, John Williamson was a high-functioning professional with a long career in the technology industry until five years ago, when his body began to break down,...

    • 46 min
    James Best's Latest Scenario

    James Best's Latest Scenario

    Two-time Emmy nominated writer James Best talks in this episode about his new one-act play, The Last Lake, which was a winner of the Art for Uncertain Times grant program of the Center for Latter-day Saint Arts. In addition to a discussion about the...

    • 54 min
    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 4: Samuel Evensen, painter

    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 4: Samuel Evensen, painter

    Painter Samuel Evensen in New York, New York is recovering from COVID-19 symptoms that have forced him into quarantine and attacked his body. A painter whose subject is the body, Evensen discusses the Spanish Flu epidemic, HIV/AIDS, and other global...

    • 40 min
    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 3: Susan Howe, poet

    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 3: Susan Howe, poet

    Poet Susan Howe in Ephraim, Utah talks about the disruption of her writing practice that typically involves peers gathering together. She notes the lag time and emotional distance required for a personal experience to enter into her work without...

    • 26 min
    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 2: Deon Nielsen Price, composer

    Artists in the Pandemic, Part 2: Deon Nielsen Price, composer

    Composer Deon Nielsen Price in San Francisco, California talks about her distinguished career writing music that is socially relevant including works about the Watts Riots and Vietnam. She finds comfort in poetry written by Japanese Americans imprisoned...

    • 25 min

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