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103 minutes | Apr 7, 2019
Ep. 25 Justin Michell
Justin Michell is a Los Angeles baised painter who incorporates collage into his artwork. http://justinmichell.com https://www.instagram.com/michell_justin/
56 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
Ep. 24 CACtTUS LB with Roxana Martinez
Creative Arts Coalition to Transform Urban Space (CACtTUS) is a donation based project space for emerging contemporary artists established by both Jorge Mujica and Mayra Serna. We interviewed Jorge and their current artist in residence, Roxana Martinez and discuss their personal practices and the ways CACtTUS functions as art gallery and work space.
91 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
Ep. 23 Michael Nannery
Michael Nannery is an artist based in Long Beach, California. His prints, illistrations, installations, and communal activities deal with time, our relationship with the natural world, and much more. Nannery currently has work on view at Gallery Flux in Long Beach.
62 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Ep. 22 Adee Roberson
Adee is an La Based interdisciplinary artist born in Florida whose work is a "celebration of joy and black liberation" and about finding the balance between grief + celebration. She uses music, painting, and filmmaking and has recently collaborated with MOCA Los Angeles.
48 minutes | Aug 14, 2018
Ep. 21 Tatiana Vahan
Tatiana Vahan is a Los Angeles artist and curator whose work is conceptual in nature and focuses on the relationship between art, the artist, and capitalism. She is the founder of the Bar Fund grant initiative and is currently working on the Los Angeles Artist Census.
67 minutes | Jul 19, 2018
Ep. 20 Gerardo Monterrubio
Gerardo is a ceramic based artist from Oaxaca, Mexico whose work is influenced by murals, graffiti art, and other imagery from the streets of LA. He has work up right now at the Riverside Museum of Art and is currently working on a body of work for a solo show in the near future.
58 minutes | Jul 11, 2018
Ep. 19 Mark McKnight
Mark McKnight is an analog photographer who strictly works with the traditional black and white film. Upcoming shows include: Turn Into Mark's forthcoming solo exhibition at the James Harris Gallery in Seattle Washington on September 6th Monotasking Group show at the Luisotti Gallery in Santa Monica from June 23st through August 4th
78 minutes | Jun 28, 2018
Ep. 18 Essence Harden
Essence Harden is an independent curator and artist (and much more!) born and raised in Oakland California. Upcoming shows she has curated and worked on are: She Loves Her The Los Angeles LGBT Center's Advocate and Gochis Galleries in October Bold Visual Language: Emory Douglas Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions on July 7th Second Look Twice Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) on September 19th Refuge: Shinique Smith California African American Museum (CAAM) currently on view
57 minutes | Jun 19, 2018
Ep. 17 Sergio Teran
Sergio Teran is a painter, printmaker and teacher. His subjects are usually of his friends, collegues, and family members posing infront of a Los Angeles landscape.
38 minutes | Jun 11, 2018
Ep. 16 Norm Laich
Norm Laich is an artist, sign painter, and fabricator that has been intrigul to the Los Angeles art scene for several years. He has worked with several of the art world's biggest names and currently has a show at the ICA/LA of peices he fabricated for others such as Mike Kelley and Arturo Herrera.
73 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
Ep. 15 Dana Duff
Dana Duff is an artist and sculptor who tends to prefer the nonstatic image over the still; ranging from documentary to more experimental type films. She is currently a sculpture/New Genres professor at Otis College of Art and Design.
44 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
Ep. 14 Maiden La
Maiden LA is a network of art happenings with the main idea of creating an egalitarian art scene. Submissions for the Maiden LA 2018 Open Call will be open soon. www.maiden.la
36 minutes | Apr 16, 2018
Ep. 13 Elmer Guevara
Elmer shares his initial interest in art making, graffiti, and how that led him to pursue a career in art. Today, he paints abstracted portraits of underrepresented individuals, such as homeless people in his community, in an exploration of identity and its changes through displacement.
32 minutes | Apr 9, 2018
Ep. 12 Meg Cranston
Meg Cranston is a conceptual artist who investigates the intersections between individual and shared experience and how imagery and objects acquire meaning in our culture. Exhibiting internationally since 1988, Meg has collected many accolades throughout her career; becoming an influencial force in the art world.
25 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
Ep. 11 flatline
Flatline co-directors Elizabeth Munzon and Cynthia Lujan sat down with us in their studio/gallery in North Long Beach to discuss the challenges and triumphs of opening a new space, local art collectives, life after art school, and their own work. Elizabeth Munzon's latest work, Centzon Tototchtin: 400 Rabbits, is on the Flatline walls now.
52 minutes | Nov 25, 2017
Ep. 10 Narsiso Martinez
We interviewed Narsiso Martinez at the Long Beach Museum of Art where he is doing a residency. We discussed his artwork and ideas, and touched on todays political climate. His current group show, Farm to Table, will be closing this weekend at Brainworks Gallery.
57 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Ep. 9 Jungmok Sona Lee
Jungmok Sona Lee is a Korean artist who currently lives in Long Beach. She is part of a group show titled "Farm to Table" at Brainworks Gallery at 5364 W Pico Bl. that goes on from November 4th - 25th.
42 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Ep. 8 Carole Caroompas
Carole Caroompas is a painter whose work examines the intersection of pop culture and gender archetypes.Carole Caroompas is currently a Professor of Fine Art at Otis College of Art and Design. She is a painter, performance artist, and recording artist with numerous awards and grants to her name.
62 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Ep.7 Mario Ybarra Jr.
Mario Ybarra Jr. is a visual artist that has shown all over the world, a founding member of slanguage studio, and a teacher that lectures all over the city. From his studio in San Pedro we talk about his work with aspiring young artists, scary movies, critical thinking, and making art out of whatever you got.
22 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Ep. 6 Angel's Gate Cultural Center
In this episode we spoke to Executive Director Amy Eriksen and Curator Martabel Wasserman of the Angel's Gate Cultural Center about the history of the campus, and about their upcoming 2017 shows with Pacific Standard Time.
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