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Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by co-host Carrie Waller. Today's show features an interview with artist John Lasater. John is an award-winning artist who started a tour called “24 Paintings in 24 Hours” in which he partners with galleries in art-starved areas by showcasing his ability to do 24 plein air paintings in 24 straight hours. Join us for an amazing story!
Jack Lee was born October 1943 and raised in Harlem, New York. He is the proud Committee Chairperson of the Harlem Arts Alliance Visionaries. Jack has been the Artist of the Month and has received the prestigious “Artist Development Award”. His journey of photographic images has historic and artistic photographic significance, including A Jazz Legacy, La Marquetta Marketplace in Harlem, demonstrations and events, both for posterity and nostalgia. Jack has created multiple images from his archive of over 25,000 frames. He has taught color photography in his studio lab to adults and children. His photographs have been published in Down Beat Magazine, Essence Magazine, and the First National Citi Bank’s initial ATM machines billboard promotions, to name a select few. His stills are alive and have become first nature of his expressionism. He has exhibited in the hall of fame of frames at: C.L.O.T.H.;The Black Dimensions in Art Wellington Farm Gallery; The Hamilton Landmark Galleries; Strivers Art Circuit; The J.P. Kennedy Center; The Symphony Space Theater/Café; The Health Gallery; and the AC-BAW Center for the Arts. His life dream is to have a complete rebirth of his archival images and to continue to create and make a contribution to ART, the community and the universe.
For more information, visit: www.evanbishopart.com/now/art1st-collaborations/
On this week's REPLAY, we will highlight a "Modern-Day Harriett Tubman” who’s work is “leading people out of bondage” of a dark past and shame…
Special Guest: Deanna Bowen, my Canadian cousin, and descendant of the Alabama and Kentucky born Black Prairie pioneers of Amber Valley and Campsie, Alberta. Telling a story that began in Forest Home, Alabama, she is a Toronto based interdisciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited internationally in numerous film festivals and galleries. She will share the trek of transformational leader, my great-great uncle, Willis Reese Bowen, who one of the founding settlers of Amber Valley, Alberta - one of four "all-black" settlements created by Black Americans fleeing Jim Crow laws in the US circa 1900 -- http://wayback.archive-it.org/2217/20101208160530/http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/communities/rural/amber/index.html
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Host: Eric Powell, Founder of CUE Leadership Institute
On this midweek extra episode we welcome Michael Allen into the Lounge.
Since 1995, Michael has been creating projected environments for bands, art galleries, and clubs from coast to coast. He uses 16mm projectors, slides, video projectors, mixers, and VJ software as well as custom screens and found footage from his massive collection of content to build and manipulate visual installations that tantilize the eyes - as well as the mind. Michael's revolutionary EYEONASPHERE looks rather amazing !
Join us for chats on Michael's work, Burning Man & of course SYNC !
Be sure to call in for one of the Psycics In The Cities to read for you!
When someone visits a psychic for a reading, they are dependent on that psychic's particular mode of receiving information and on their interpretation of that information. With two or more psychics giving the reading, however, the client benefits from several very different perspectives.
While all of the psychics often receive the same information, their interpretation will be slightly different and the reading therefore more comprehensive. For example: Picture a beautiful landscape. Everyone looking at it sees the same view, but each person sees, feels, and hears a different aspect of it. One sees the trees and the clouds, one feels the warm sun or the cool breeze, and one hears the birds and sees all the animals in the scene. When all of this information is combined, a more accurate experience of the landscape is formed. In the same way, by using the Power of 3, we are able to help our clients form a more meaningful and complete picture of the messages Spirit intends for them.
With this unique approach we offer services such as, personal, phone, email readings. Along with classes, galleries, workshops, guest speaking, and with special requests, we do clearings and paranormal investigations.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights ways to sell your art on-line. On today’s show Leslie is joined by AHA September co-host Debra Huse. Debra is an award winnng artist and gallery owner. Join Leslie and Debra as they discuss everything you have always wanted to know about galleries ... but were afraid to ask!
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Viki Winterton interviews Cali Gilbert!
Cali Gilbert is a transformational author, award-winning photographer and social entrepreneur.
As the creator of the IT’S SIMPLY book series, Cali has published several books of her own and now serves other writers through her company, Serendipity Publishing House.
Cali’s photography has been exhibited in galleries across the United States. She holds a Masters in Sport Management and has traveled the globe as a former figure skater and magazine publisher. A resident of Santa Monica, California, Cali enjoys serving her community, especially women in transition and youth programs.
On February 25, Swann Galleries conducted their 15th annual auction of Printed & Manuscript African Americana. Highlights ranged from material on slavery and abolition to artifacts of the modern Civil Rights movement, and an important archive on African-American Art.
The auction’s top lot was an immense archive of research material amassed by art historian James Amos Porter that consisted of thousands of items including photographs, letters, exhibit catalogues, art books, flyers, and bibliographical data on important African-American artists. Porter was an artist, and head of the Art Department at Howard University for more than 40 years. He is well known for his groundbreaking text, Modern Negro Art, 1943, which placed these artists’ contributions into the broader context of American and modern art. The archive sold to a major university for $50,400.
Another highlight of the sale was a rare surviving poster carried by a striking sanitation worker in Memphis, TN. Martin Luther King Jr. marched with the strikers in April 1968 shortly before he was assassinated. Bidding for the printed placard that says I AM A MAN, opened at $9,000, and rapidly rose to a final price of $40,800.
TaSin Sabir joins us to talk about her new book, Madagascar Made. Her artwork can be described as vibrant and full of powerful and emotional messages. Skilled in a range of mediums (including photography, painting, film, web & print design, and screen printing), TaSin uses this love for art making to express topics that are of an importance to her. In 2004 TaSin graduated from California College of the Arts, where she received a BFA in Fine Arts Photography. Born and raised in Oakland, CA, TaSin’s artwork has been exhibited all around the Bay Area and Nation. Such galleries include, The Oakland Museum of California, The African American Historical and Cultural Society Museum, The Richmond Art Center, The Judah Magnes Museum, Pro Arts Gallery, Joyce Gordon Gallery, and the African American Museum in Philadelphia. TaSin has also published another photography book: 100 Families Oakland. In 2007, TaSin took her passion for art and love of her community and opened a galley in Oakland called The Oakpod. During its time The Oakpod was a vital source for art and entertainment in the Bay Area. Since the closure of The Oakpod TaSin has become an independent curator and curated shows for the Joyce Gordon Gallery, Maafa organization and others. Currently TaSin is a freelance photographer and designer specializing in utilizing all her skill sets to create one of a kind projects for her clients. News: TaSin getting an award for photography at the Black Media Appreciation Night this Saturday 7/12/14 at the African American Art & Culture Complex San Francisco. starts at 7pm. TaSin's photographs from book Madagascar Made in this exhibit: The Capture of Life, Absent from Color. Exhibit runs from July 4 – July 26, 2014 at Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland. Web link: www.madagascarmade.com Music: Rossy: One Eye on the Future, One Eye on the Past.
Join artists and show hosts, Mike Dubisch, Carolyn Watson Dubisch, and Wade Zahares as they talk to artists, sculptors and other members of the art world. Our first guest is an artist from Tucson, Arizona. Matt Cotten is the artistic director of Puppets Amongus. He writes, fabricates and performs puppet presntations. His passion for puppetry grew out of his rich history as a visual and performing artist. He is one of the original artistic directors of Tucson's famous All Souls Procession, as well as being the co-founder and co-director of his past troupe, Tucson Puppet works. He is also a painter and for more than ten years taught painting and drawing at the University of Arizona. Our second guest is painter Pam Akins from Sparks, Maryland. Pam is a graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has a masters degree in painting from Queens college in NY. She has been teaching art in the Baltimore county school system for nearly 30 years. While raising 2 children with her husband and artist, Jeff, she has been painting the Maryland landscape. She shows her work in several galleries in the Baltimore area. Listen in for your window into the world of art.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by June co-host Dottie Leatherwood. Today’s show is all about protecting yourself, your art and your art business. We will discuss all the things we should do to protect our selves and this pertains to:protecting your computer and photos, protecting yourself from scammers, protecting your art when dealing with galleries and art licensing, protecting your art with copyrights and protecting yourself when dealing with art materials and health risks.
Join Diane and artist Andrea Smith and her husband Gary. Together Andrea and Gary they have Andrea Smith Galleries in Sedona, AZ. Andrea & Gary have been involved with Attitudinal Healing for over 30 years and share their insights with Diane.
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