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Jay Buchanan, Holly Gabelmann, Caroline Giddis, and Clarissa Chevalier: "Collaboration, finding purpose, occupying intermediate space and making noise together!"In this conversation, Jay Buchanan and Holly Gabelmann, co-creators of Idiosynchrony, talk to Caroline Giddis and Clarissa Chevalier, founders and co-editors of Tesserae Press. They discuss…
 
Join us for a conversation with Sean Nash, a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist, and Stephanie Maroney, a feminist science and food studies scholar, as they discuss “Microbial Teachers and Fermentive Pedagogies.”Sean Nash is a visual artist and food fermentation experimentalist. His multidisciplinary work integrates fermented foods…
 
In this conversation, the pair discuss Schwartz’s new book Walker Evans: No Politics. The first book to take seriously Evans’s refusal to act or work politically, Walker Evans offers a sweeping reassessment of American documentary and its histories. Opening with a discussion of Evans’s place in the canon as well as Schwartz’s efforts to problematis…
 
In this conversation, educator, artist, and technologist Chris Carruth and Ph.D. candidate Kristina M. Stamatis discuss pedagogy, empathy, and structural racism in higher ed. Chris Carruth is an educator, artist, and technologist who is currently splitting teaching/making engagements between Boulder, CO and Vancouver, BC. He is an interdisciplinary…
 
This podcast explores key concepts of decolonization, settler responsibility, and treaty principles. Join Dr. Julie Hollenbach in conversation with Dr. Carla Taunton in a dynamic dialogue that considers key ideas and concepts of decolonization. Hollenbach and Taunton discuss the potential roles and responsibilities of white-settler scholars in deco…
 
Join us for a conversation between Thanavi Chotpradit, a modern and contemporary Thai art historian, and Chanon Kenji Praepipatomongkol, curator at Singapore Art Museum, as they discuss “The Iconography of Protest in Bangkok." Thanavi Chotpradit is a lecturer in modern and contemporary Thai art history at Silpakorn University in Bangkok, Thailand a…
 
Hear more from Caity on how she got involved with Meow Wolf, the DIY artist collective turned multi-million dollar art enterprise, the power of showing up, learning through doing, building a successful business while redefining corporate structures, and continually embracing the unknown. @beyondthestudio beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suah…
 
Lorne M. Buchman, President of ArtCenter College of Design and host of Change Lab podcast, speaks with Beyond the Studio co-hosts Nicole Mueller and Amanda Adams about the shifts happening in higher education, how art and design colleges are responding to the financial challenges of the pandemic, rethinking the model in order to increase sustainabi…
 
Hear more from Lorne on the shifts happening in higher education, how art and design colleges are responding to the financial challenges of the pandemic, rethinking the model in order to increase sustainability, access, and affordability, and what organizations can learn from adopting a mindset similar to that of individual artists. @beyondthestudi…
 
Join us for a live CAA podcast recording made for the CAA 2021 Conference! Rachel Beth Egenhoefer and Peter Dean discuss Sustainable Design: Beyond the Stuff, Towards the System Rachel Beth Egenhoefer, Professor, Design, University of San FranciscoPeter Dean, Senior Critic, Department of Furniture Design, Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies Conce…
 
Hear more from Amanda and Nicole and their partners Mike and Dave on what it's like to be in a relationship with a fellow creative, having shared values, navigating work-life boundaries, and supporting each other's artistic pursuits. @beyondthestudio beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David Colson…
 
Hear more from Abraham on finding self-confidence, creating opportunity by showing up and staying open to possibilities, becoming a freelance designer at the start of the pandemic, working with an artist agent, and resisting burnout while keeping the passion alive. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David Colson…
 
Hear more from artists Erik Otto, Liz Tran, and color expert Laura Guido-Clark on the use of color in their work, the science behind it, how their experience has changed and shifted with this year, and how they're forming artistic connections despite the distance in this panel discussion, recorded live as part of Heron Arts' "Chromatherapy" exhibit…
 
Hear more from Jean on using her role as an artist to increase representation and expand definitions of community, the importance of self-advocacy, logistical challenges of realizing large-scale installations and public art projects, working with fabricators, and taking time for rest. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork …
 
Hear more from Jean on using her role as an artist to increase representation and expand definitions of community, the importance of self-advocacy, logistical challenges of realizing large-scale installations and public art projects, working with fabricators, and taking time for rest. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork …
 
Hear more from Justin on how to improve collector relationships and sales, the business fundamentals artists should focus on to grow and sustain their careers, bringing organization to the chaos with Artwork Archive, helping artists protect the legacy of their work, and common threads of successful artists. Artwork Archive — Podcast sponsor, an all…
 
Hear more from Minku on navigating the New York art scene, building relationships with galleries, misconceptions behind artistic success, investing in long-term growth, and the importance of artist resale rights. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David ColsonBy Beyond the Studio
 
Hear more from Minku on navigating the New York art scene, building relationships with galleries, misconceptions behind artistic success, investing in long-term growth, and the importance of artist resale rights. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David ColsonBy Beyond the Studio
 
Hear more from Max on learning to take risks while commanding confidence in their work, accepting and moving with change, the importance of financial literacy, and staying committed to their practice in times of challenge. Artwork Archive — Podcast sponsor, an all-in-one platform to run and organize your work and the most cost-effective way to mana…
 
Hear more from Amanda and Nicole as they share more about their personal journeys as artists and co-hosts, how they're fulfilling financial goals, and staying grateful through this year. @beyondthestudio beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David ColsonBy Beyond the Studio
 
Mattie Schloetzer and Jason Vrooman come together to discuss trials and triumphs of remote and virtual museum internships during the COVID era.Mattie Schloetzer is the administrator of internships and museum fellowships at the National Gallery of Art and a member of the CAA professional practices committee. She is co-chairing the session, "Best Pra…
 
Hear more from William Deresiewicz, author of “The Death of the Artist,” on the structural challenges creatives face, the history of art and capitalism, how the internet has led to the devaluing of creative content online, making it harder for independent creators to make a living, and how artists of all disciplines are managing to survive in the a…
 
Hear more from Sarah K. Benning on learning how to price her work, building a sustainable business online, diversifying income streams, the unexpected benefits of living in smaller towns, and how she manages a large social media following. Artwork Archive — Podcast sponsor, an all-in-one platform to run and organize your work and the most cost-effe…
 
Warren Cariou is a photographer, filmmaker, writer, and interdisciplinary scholar whose work often explores links between environment, culture, and storytelling, with a particular focus on Indigenous communities in western Canada. He directs the Centre for Creative Writing and Oral Culture at the University of Manitoba, where he teaches in the Depa…
 
Hear more from Sarah K. Benning on learning how to price her work, building a sustainable business online, diversifying income streams, the unexpected benefits of living in smaller towns, and how she manages a large social media following. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David Colson…
 
Alicia Grullón is an artist, author, curator, and activist based in New York City. She is an organizer of the People’s Cultural Plan and the legislative art project Percent for Green. She is an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts and Queens College, City University of New York.Chloë Bass is an artist and public practitioner based in New …
 
Hear more from Raelis on how immigrating to the U.S. shaped his early life and career, developing self-reliance and character through struggle, attending graduate school amidst the pandemic, creating opportunities through proactive outreach, and being willing to sacrifice for his future vision. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Albu…
 
Roland Betancourt is a Professor of Art History at the University of California, Irvine, whose forthcoming book with Princeton University Press is entitled, Byzantine Intersectionality: Sexuality, Gender, and Race in the Middle Ages.Bryan C. Keene is assistant professor of art history at Riverside City College and formerly associate curator of manu…
 
Naomi J. Falk’s work considers our relationships with manufactured and natural landscapes, exploring the current climate, socially, environmentally, and politically. Facing swiftly changing classroom environments, this spring, she and Stacy Isenbarger began a new project share platform for art educators called, www.WhatDoWeDoNow.art. Falk is an Ass…
 
Hear more from Dexter Wimberly and Heather Bhandari on building new infrastructure to support artists in their professional development, expanding definitions of value while confronting self-limiting beliefs, putting issues of power and systemic inequity front and center at this year’s conference, and what to expect from the first virtual Art World…
 
Hear more from Hiba on setting clear intentions for herself and her career, building relationships with galleries, finding inner stability throughout the pandemic, participating in artistic residencies, and turning down opportunities to stay true to her artistic values. RESOURCES: Pratt Unit London De Buck Gallery Stoneleaf Retreat Vermont Studio C…
 
Hear more from Hiba on setting clear intentions for herself and her career, building relationships with galleries, finding inner stability throughout the pandemic, participating in artistic residencies, and turning down opportunities to stay true to her artistic values. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn Album Artwork by: David Colso…
 
Hear more from Abdu on being truly independent as an artist and musician, refusing to wait for permission, building more inclusive and supportive space for Baltimore artists, growing As They Lay as a community-centered platform, and striving for beauty over perfection. RESOURCES: University of Baltimore Insecure by Issa Rae MONGO FIYAH!!! True Laur…
 
Hear from Hayley on finding her way as an illustrator and designer, what online activism looks like in the midst of a pandemic, shifting expectations of productivity as an artist and soon-to-be-parent, and finding creative outlets even when her passion is her profession. RESOURCES Lucky News & Grocery Maryland Institute College of Art Brooklyn Muse…
 
Hear more from Sarah on the unexpected challenges of experiencing rapid growth with her ceramic business Not Work Related (NWR), finding creative mentorships, setting clear boundaries as a one-woman business, the impact of showing up authentically and being vulnerable online, and discovering greater self-sufficiency. Follow more of Sarah's work at …
 
Hear more from Sarah on the unexpected challenges of experiencing rapid growth with her ceramic business Not Work Related (NWR), finding creative mentorships, setting clear boundaries as a one-woman business, the impact of showing up authentically and being vulnerable online, and discovering greater self-sufficiency. www.beyondthe.studio Intro and …
 
Hear more from Isaiah on making a career shift from the Air Force to photography, how chance encounters have lead to creative collaborations, building community locally through the Bmore Creatives, starting graduate school during the pandemic, and candor and accountability amidst political uprisings and social justice movements. SUDIO - Podcast spo…
 
Hear more from Monique Aimee on building a career as a freelance illustrator, working with an artist agent, stretching herself beyond her comfort zone while working on her own terms, traveling for projects, cold calling, and finding opportunities from anywhere in the world. RESOURCES: Usual Wines – Podcast sponsor, single serve wines for the modern…
 
In this special summer podcast, our guests discuss preparing to teach quality online art history courses.Parme Giuntini has a PhD from UCLA. Her initial focus on 18th century through modern domestic ideology has broadened to include fashion and design history. After 20 years at Otis College of Art and Design where she was the Director of Art Histor…
 
Hear more from Carolyn Ramo, Executive Director of Artadia and coalition partner of Artist Relief, Kaelin Martin, board member of the Black Artist Fund, and Lindsay Guinan and Mary Graham, two California College of the Arts students behind the Working Class BIPOC at CCA Fundraiser. RESOURCES: Working Class BIPOC at CCA Fundraiser (wcbipoccampaign@g…
 
Hear more from Patton on what it means to be a mission-driven business, how arts organizations are shifting with the pandemic, the need for federal arts funding in the U.S., how artists can leverage community support through platforms like Kickstarter, and valuing every stage of the creative project. RESOURCES: Art World Conference Kickstarter Arts…
 
Joni Boyd Acuff, PhD is an Associate Professor at The Ohio State University, whose work centers the intersections of race and gender in arts education research, pedagogy, and practice.Amelia Kraehe, who more often goes by Amy, is currently an Associate Professor with tenure at the University of Arizona. Her research, teaching and community engageme…
 
This week, our guests discuss art and community engagement.Melanie La Rosa is a professor of media production at Pace University in Pleasantville, New York. She is also an award winning independent filmmaker and her latest film, “How To Power A City” is currently in post production, with short excerpts screening at festivals worldwide.Jules Rochiel…
 
After a short hiatus, we're happy to share a new episode on decolonizing college art curriculum with Shylah Pacheco Hamilton and Vreni Michelini-Castillo.Shylah Pacheco Hamilton is an Afro-Surrealist filmmaker whose creative research interests meet at the crossroads of experimental video, Black and Chicana feminist theory, and ritual performance. H…
 
Hear more from Amanda and Nicole on how they are navigating COVID-19 as artists and share listener submitted stories. Submit your voice memo to beyondthestudiopodcast@gmail.com Sarah Burns @sarahfburns Li Actuallee @liactuallee Mary Burmeister maryburmeisterart.com @mcburmeister22 Caroline Duffy + Mary Burmeister @reciprocalrain Caroline Duffy swee…
 
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