Check out Tyler Green’s sponsored podcast interview with Charline Von Heyl (one of her paintings is pictured above) in which she explains how there are three distinctive types of artists. FYI, I’m a Type #1. Von Heyl’s mid-career survey at the Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia is on display through February 19, 2012. After that, the show travels to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
Also, tune in to Eva Lake’s weekly arts radio program on KBOO in Portland, Oregon. She recently sent me a link to an excellent interview with Laurie Danial, a painter who has an exhibition at Froelick Gallery through December 17. “I have come to willingly entertain a level of anxiety and exhilaration that comes from not knowing.” YES!
Artblog Radio has an interview with Tim McFarlane this week. All the episodes from Artblog Radio, which is supported by the Knight Foundation, J-Lab‘s Enterprise Reporting Fund and William Penn Foundation, are available at iTunes.
Other projects to keep in mind:
The Dead Hare Radio Hour produced by Chris Albert and Matthew Slaats broadcasts every other Tuesday at 5pm (EDT) on 91.3 WVKR, Poughkeepsie, NY. The show is streamed live on the WVKR website and all the episodes are available as podcasts. You may recall that Albert is the director of kork, a gallery located over the Xerox machine at Bailey Browne Associates CPA in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Bad at Sports, founded in 2005 by Duncan MacKenzie, Richard Holland, and Amanda Browder, features a weekly podcast, produced in Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit and New York City. The project presents artists and art worlders talking about art and the community that makes, reviews and participates in it. The archive is available online.
Applications are due TODAY for the Degenerate Craft Fair! A sort of anti-art fair, the Degenerate Craft Fair features over 75 artists, designers and their work. Just in time for holiday shopping, most of the items offered will cost less than $50. On Bleecker Street in December. (Image courtesy of the Degenerate Craft Fair Flickr)
At Studio 10 in Bushwick: Copia Cartacea, a group show curated by Centotto director Paul D’Agostino: // “A show related to hard copies and paper copies and transposable prepositions, works on – or around or about, or beyond or without – paper.” Don’t miss Austin Thomas’s accordian-bound sketchbooks, which unfold into floor-to-ceiling columns of color and templated shapes that recall schematic diagrams for garden plans and landscape architecture. Artists include Austin Thomas, Thomas Micchelli, Tim Kent, Zane Wilson, Adam Thompson, Josh Willis, John Avelluto, SMH Kim, Oliver Jones and MaryKate Maher.
Job listing: UCSD University Art Gallery is accepting applications for the 2012 Curatorial Fellowship Program.”This unique program provides a paid fellowship for curators in the early stages of their careers (beginning Fall 2012). During this period the fellow will work with the UAG Director and Exhibition Manager to produce a series of exhibitions and programs for the University Art Gallery….”
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