On the Artists on Art radio show for November 24, 2009, I had the pleasure to interview visual digital media experimental artist Christina McPhee to talk about her latest exhibit at the Silverman Gallery in San Francisco, “Tesserae of Venus”, running through December 5th. We also spoke of other current and past works concerning psychogeographies through dynamic photomontages. We brought up her videos on Vimeo and played the music that includes a mix of Pauline Oliveras’ work as background to our dialogue.
If you missed the live broadcast on KZSC 88.1FM, listen here now.
For the November 10, 2009 KZSC radio show Artists on Art, Ian Phillips and Otto Markel were the guests talking about the Santa Cruz High School upcoming performances of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The show premieres Friday the 13th of November with 4 performances over two weekends (the 13-14 and 20-21). All shows start at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7pm. Ian is the director and Otto is performing the role of the Madhatter.
The theatrical presentation is completely student run. Over the years I’ve had the pleasure to see many performances given by the drama lovers at Santa Cruz High school. I have always been struck and frankly surprised by the great quality of work enboldened by free young artists. This idea is articulated much better during the course of the show. Please click here to hear the entire recording of the live broadcast.
One more quick note, this was the first time for both Ian and Otto to be on the radio. They did a terrific job.
The show for November 3, 2009, on UCSC’s KZSC‘s Artists on Art consisted of Laila Shereen Sakr, August Stafford and Thomas Circle. We talked about the recent class, Collaboration and Creativity in Art Practices, Porter 33: Seminar in the Arts. This class, taught by Laila, was created to go in conjunction with the Art of Collaboration Symposium that took place October 22 & 23.
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