Dec 23, 2019
For decades, Los Angeles has been the home to significant Latinx artists who use their work to celebrate their cultural heritage and form meaningful communities. The contemporary scene of Latinx artists in L.A., especially urban artists, has never been more vibrant. Join our hosts as they share their favorite work by...
Dec 16, 2019
Bob Ross, landscape painter and PBS legend, could always be counted on to have a fantastic hair-day and even more fantastic attitude. His TV show, The Joy of Painting, hasn't aired since the mid-90s; however, Ross has recently become more beloved than ever. Join our hosts as they discuss his works, his joyful demeanor...
Dec 9, 2019
In 1949, Life Magazine published an article on the (in)famous Abstract Expressionist Jackson Pollock asking whether he was the greatest living painter. Join our hosts as they animatedly--and from wildly different perspectives--begin to answer this question.
Dec 3, 2019
After the live 100th episode, Lizy and BUA opened up the floor to audience questions--about absolutely anything and everything art related. Check out this impromptu, interactive conversation about hip hop, the legacy of Duchamp, and one artist's choice to use excrement as his art material.
Nov 26, 2019
Hip Hop emerged as a fully postmodern, intersectional art expression during the 1980s in the Bronx. Interweaving graffiti writing, b-boy dance, MC sounds and DJ mixing, Hip Hop continues to energize disparate, and yet connected, facets of society and culture. Join our hosts as they delve into the history of Hip Hop, its...