Oct 29, 2020
This week, we talk to visual artist Daniel Alejandro Trejo about how his hometown and identity shape his art, reconsidering what graduate school means in the time of COVID, and our shared issues with 1960s minimalist sculpture.
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Oct 22, 2020
On this week’s episode, we speak to vocalist and educator Lee Hoffman about her very personal journey in discovering her medium and what her medium has helped her discover about herself. Along the way we also discuss the social effects of a deeply religious upbringing, how learning about communism can expand...
Oct 15, 2020
In one of the first episodes ever recorded for this show, Mason Hershenow talks to artist and model Diana Oliphant about the institutions that rule the art world, the educations we're expected to have, and who decides what does and does not qualify as fine art.
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Oct 8, 2020
On today’s episode, the tables are turned as our co-host Sean Ang interviews your host Mason Hershenow — a classically-trained photographer — about his own art practice, his thoughts on art education, and the over-baked debate of film vs digital.
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Oct 1, 2020
This week your hosts Mason Hershenow and Sean Ang speak to vocalist Angela Yam about her experience discovering her medium in college, the state of opera during COVID, and what makes her hopeful about the genre's future. She also shares her thoughts on why she avoids idolization of individual performers, and how...