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Vida y Arte is a Denver Art Museum podcast that brings the art of the Americas to the forefront and shows you why it matters now. Maria Trujillo, interpretive specialist at the museum, engages in conversations with local and national artists and other creatives to connect what it means to be Latino today with current events and with the museum’s Latin and Ancient American collections and related exhibitions. This podcast is produced by Postmodern Company in Denver, Colorado. Original music was created and played by Jared Katz, Adolfo Romero, and Nativo Studios. Check out this link to learn more: https://www.denverartmuseum.org/en/blog/vida-y-arte

Vida y Arte Denver Art Museum Podcasts

    • Arts
    • 4.8 • 12 Ratings

Vida y Arte is a Denver Art Museum podcast that brings the art of the Americas to the forefront and shows you why it matters now. Maria Trujillo, interpretive specialist at the museum, engages in conversations with local and national artists and other creatives to connect what it means to be Latino today with current events and with the museum’s Latin and Ancient American collections and related exhibitions. This podcast is produced by Postmodern Company in Denver, Colorado. Original music was created and played by Jared Katz, Adolfo Romero, and Nativo Studios. Check out this link to learn more: https://www.denverartmuseum.org/en/blog/vida-y-arte

    Reclaiming Identity in Artistic Practice

    Reclaiming Identity in Artistic Practice

    Artists Danielle SeeWalker (Denver, CO) and Justin Favela (Las Vegas, NV) talk about how they integrate their complex cultural and personal identities into their art practices. This episode was created in conjunction with the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, on view through January 24, 2021.

    • 36 min
    Power of Muralism

    Power of Muralism

    Muralists Jwlç Mendoza (Denver, CO) and Jessica Sabogal (Oakland, CA) discuss the ongoing tradition of this art form, inspired largely by Diego Rivera in the early 20th century. They reveal how and why they started creating public art and how their art practices work to uplift their communities and amplify their voices. This episode was created in conjunction with the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection, on view through January 24, 2021.

    • 33 min

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