The act of memorializing and re-representing history, the use of ornament and pattern, and how labor relates to these processes...
From Ortega y Gasset Projects (O y G), Clare Britt interviews artist Susan Bee on her paintings exhibited in the recent exhibition, "The Sacred and Profane Love Machine" curated by Karla Wozniak.
In our ongoing series with Ortega y Gasset Projects (O y G), member Sheilah Wilson talks with show organizer and member of O y G collective, Joshua Bienko, and artist, Piper Brett, about their recent exhibition, "Bad as I Wanna Be."
Project Row Houses is a non-profit arts organization established by African-American artists and community activists in Houston's Third Ward.
St. Louis-based artists Gina Alvarez and Robert Goetz teamed up to open Yellow Bear Projects, a print shop and gallery space that offers classes, studio rentals, and collaborations throughout the area.
Ortega Y Gasset Projects member Karla Wozniak talks with Mike Cloud about his art practice, his relationship to painting and his role as an educator.
Kim Beck speaks with Paolo Pedercini on gaming, engagement and activism.
Kim Beck interviews Emily Newman on her project, "Voyage of the Chelyuskin Club," a multi-generational conversation with members of Pittsburgh's Soviet Diaspora.
Sage Dawson speaks with curator Lea Anderson about how contemporary artists explore a distinct language of surface, emerging with personal, political, and philosophical surface expressions in her recent exhibition at 516 Arts.