Sunday, March 24, 2019

Deborah Mitchell: The Artist as Guide to the Everglades

Today, we take you to meet to artist Deborah Mitchell in her studio on Miami Beach, to talk about the ways that Florida’s southwest...

Black in America

What does it mean to be Black in 21st century America? The expression of Blackness in art has a history of intricate connections to...

Women Writers on Cuba in Film

Today, we invite three women writers to talk about Cuba’s role in newly released films. Our portal to the Cuban psyche is the 35th...

Modern Portrait of Black Florida

In her portrait of Black Florida, Trinidad-born photographer Johanne Rahaman shares hope for a better world. Her modern archive tells the story of Blackness...

Architecture With A Sense Of Place

About the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial: The Chicago Cultural Center was the setting for the city’s second biennial exhibition. Curators invited more 140 participants...

Art of the Everyday

What happens outside the art scene inspires many of today’s curators, filmmakers and artists. They mine the conceptual depth of personal and communal rituals...

Carolee Schneemann on Fearless Artmaking

Carolee Schneemann talks about painting, performance, censorship and resistance in a telephone conversation we recorded just days before she receives the Golden Lion for...

Where Art Meets Cultural History

On this radio program, we take you places where art intersects with cultural history. Listen to our encounters with artists Samson Young (Hong Kong)...

Art with a Sense of Place, Part Two

Art with a Sense of Place considers creative projects that respond to a physical space and those that react to or embrace a historic...

Alexa Lim Haas | Fresh Art International

Artist Alexa Lim Haas talks about Agua Viva, her newest animated short film. Agua Viva was among the twenty-four projects selected for a special...