Jul 30, 2018
Hannah Gadsby, comedienne and critical thinker, released a visionary comedy special on Netflix entitled "Nanette." In it, she interweaves traditional comedic tropes with deeply poignant personal history, uncomfortable truths about society and, surprisingly, art history. Join our hosts as they discuss this important...
Jul 16, 2018
From graffiti to street art to activism to the TED prize, international artist JR has done it all. Join our hosts as they outline his work and its importance.
Jul 13, 2018
Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth is one of the most iconic images in American art. Why? What does it reveal about the subject, the artist and the ideology of the country itself? Join our hosts as they unpack this quintessential Americana work and explore the lives and art careers of Andrew Wyeth and his illustrator...
Jul 8, 2018
Contemporary painter David Hockney once said, "there is nothing wrong with photography, if you don't mind the perspective of a paralyzed Cyclops." That doesn't seem very nice. Why does photography always get such a bad rap? Join our hosts as they hotly debate this issue.
Jul 5, 2018
When people talk about art, sometimes it sounds like they're speaking in Klingon. Join our hosts as they define foundational art terminology.