The Conversation: an Artist Podcast

The Conversation: an Artist Podcast

Epis.#288: Being a Museum Director during the Trump era

Curator, writer and museum director Laura Raicovich talks about the challenges she faced as director of the Queens...

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Epis.#287: Can art workers organize?

Artist, writer and art world worker Robin Kasier-Schatzlein talks with Michael Shaw and several listeners in the...

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Curator and NYU Professor Miriam Basilio Discusses Breaking the Museum Diversity Barrier

Michael Shaw talks to Miriam Basilio about her job at MOMA  curating Latin American Art, helping to integrate the...

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Matthew Burrows, MBE- English painter

English artist Matthew Burrows - founder of Artist Support Pledge, number 37 in ART REVIEW’S Power 100 list...

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Epis.#284: 'Best-of' episode with Carolina Miranda

For the end-of-year holidays we're re-running our fantastic conversation with Carolina A. Miranda of the L.A. Times,...

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Epis.#283: Los Angeles-Based Artist Colleen Hargaden:

Colleen Hargaden discusses her exploration of subcultures and how to live sustainably, and even potentially survive...

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Epis.#282: Nato Thompson's Indig-Nation

In The Conversation’s first guest-featured Virtual Café – our once every few weeks gathering with fellow...

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Epis.#281: Steve Lambert (part II of II), on how Capitalism works -

In Part 2 with artist Steve Lambert, he discusses his most well-known artwork, Capitalism Works For Me, wherein he...

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Epis.#280: Steve Lambert, artist and co-founder of the Center for Artistic Activism

Beacon, NY-based artist and professor Steve Lambert talks about the perils of working in ‘new media’ (as...

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Epis.#279: NYC-based Artist Michelle Vaughan

Michelle Vaughan discusses her life as an artist in New York City, pre- and during the pandemic, including living and...

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Epis.#278: Los Angeles-based sculptor Alicia Piller

Los Angeles artist Alicia Piller talks about gradually moving westward, winding up at Cal Arts for her MFA after...

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Epis.#278: Los Angeles-based sculptor Alicia Piller

Los Angeles artist Alicia Piller talks about gradually moving westward, winding up at Cal Arts for her MFA after...

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Epis.#277: New York-based art critic Seph Rodney

Senior Editor for Hyperallergic and New York Times regular contributor Seph Rodney talks about his long journey to...

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Epis.#276: Greg Allen on "Naked Stratification"

  Greg Allen expands on a thought from Part 1: “selling baubles of the anointed few to the billionaire...

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Epis.#275: Greg Allen of greg.org

Host Michael Shaw reviews some of artist and cultural critic Greg Allen’s tweet history, providing the...

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Epis.#274: 'A Delightful Nightmare:' LARP-ing the 'Great Success Machine'

Artists Till Witwer and Netta Sadovsky discuss the art of creating, facilitating and executing a live action...

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Epis.#273: Los Angeles-Based Painter Forrest Kirk

Forrest Kirk is a figurative painter based in Los Angeles; as this episode releases, he has a sold-out show at...

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New York-Based Ayana Evans Reveals Her Honest Experience

Ayana Evans discusses her 7-year career as a fashion designer (between being a painter and a performance artist), her...

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Kate Mothes, nomadic curator behind the platform Young Space

Nomadic curator Kate Mothes of Young Space talks about the pros and cons of curating shows in pop-up spaces; how as a...

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Epis.#270: NY-based “Truly Rebellious Artist” Joanne Greenbaum-

Joanne Greenbaum talks about her time in Berlin, being one of the few young artists of her time to have a full-time...

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