Sep 17, 2018
Contemporary artist Annie Preece has a style that is all her own: nostalgic, subversive, humorous and outrageous. Join our hosts as they discuss her work, her life and exclusive moments from her time on BUA's T.V. show, Street Art Throwdown.
Sep 7, 2018
The epicenter of the artworld may not be New York anymore. With its abundance of physical space and psychological distance from the Manhattan-centric scene, it may, in fact, be Los Angeles. Join our hosts as they explore significant artists--like Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, and Judy Chicago--whose work asserts the...
Sep 4, 2018
With Van Gogh becoming famous after his death, Basquiat rising to stardom with the help of Andy Warhol and hosts of other artists accessing classes and buyers with family money, there's no one way to make it in this unregulated artworld. Join our hosts as they outline some tips and ideas for anyone wanting to break in...
Aug 29, 2018
Illustrator Dami Lee has figured out how to craft a cartoon that's both whimsically humorous but also speaks to contemporary awareness of globalism and identity. Join our hosts as they talk to Lee about her work and new book, Be Everything at Once.
Aug 27, 2018
Even people who don't know much about art always seem to love the Impressionists. The paintings are colorful, the subject matter seemingly light, and if you don't feel a gentle sense of calm while gazing at Monet's "Waterlilies" then clearly you hate life. But what people don't know is that the Impressionists were...