Art in Your Ear

Art in Your Ear Podcast

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  • Friday

    1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Survey of the local arts scene with JoEllen Schilke.

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Fund drive time!

This week’s show!
American Stage is coming in to talk about Raisin in the Sun!

 Plus Sam Johnson covers the Dali Museum’s Duchamp show!

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A good resource for y’all – show is over but still, Artists!http://tampaarts.org/wp-content/uploads/Skyway-title-graphic-blue-768x288.jpg

57 artists’ works span 3 museums and reflect 4 counties. The Ringling Museum, Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg, and Tampa Museum of Art share this exhibit of artists from the Tampa Bay area. All works were made since the beginning of 2016. There hasn’t been a survey of this kind in memory.

Curators of the exhibition and museums joined us today. You can listen back to the interview over there –>

Joining us were

Ringling Museum  ~ Chris Jones, Asst. Curaotor of Photography & New Media
Tampa Museum of Art  ~ Joanna Robotham, Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seth Pevnick & Chief Curator & Curator of Greek & Roman Art
St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Art  ~ Katherine Pill, Curator of Contemporary Art & Robin O’Dell, Curator of the Photographic Collection

Guest juror Diana Nawi, Associate Curator at the Pérez Art Museum Miami participated in the process, to help give a sympathetic to the idea, but not connected to the artist eye to the final selection.

Participating artists

 


Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 11:49pm
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Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 8:30pm
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Art/Work – Everything You Need to Know…Art Career (for Art in Your Ear)
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The definitive, must-have guide to pursuing an art career—the fully revised and updated edition of Art/Work, now in its fourteenth printing, shares the tools artists of all levels need to make it in this highly competitive field.

Originally published in 2009, Art/Work was the first practical guide to address how artists can navigate the crucial business and legal aspects of a fine art career. But the rules have changed since then, due to the proliferation of social media, increasing sophistication of online platforms, and ever more affordable digital technology. Artists have never had to work so hard to distinguish themselves—including by making savvy decisions and forging their own paths. Now Heather Bhandari, with over fifteen years of experience as a director of the popular Chelsea gallery Mixed Greens, and Jonathan Melber, a former arts/entertainment lawyer and director of an art e-commerce startup, advise a new generation of artists on how to make it in the art world.

In this revised and  2017 updated edition, Bhandari and Melber show artists how to tackle a host of new challenges. How do you diversify income streams to sustain a healthy art practice? How can you find an alternative to the gallery system? How do you review a license agreement? What are digital marketing best practices? Also included are new quotes from over thirty arts professionals, updated commission legal templates, organizational tips, tax information, and advice for artists who don’t make objects. An important resource for gallerists, dealers, art consultants, artist-oriented organizations, and artists alike, Art/Work is the resource that all creative entrepreneurs in the art world turn to for advice.

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Extraordinary Interpretations ~ book on Florida Self-Taught Artists for Art in Your Ear
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This is a gorgeous book, diving into some of the talent in our state. Here’s the info:

“A visual feast. Like the Highwaymen, Barnhill created his own version of the landscape, based on the real environment yet in a fantastic otherworldly palette.”–Rick Kilby, author of Finding the Fountain of Youth: Ponce de León and Florida’s Magical Waters

“These dramatic hand-painted photographs capture old Florida with color and light.”–Lu Vickers, coauthor of Remembering Paradise Park: Tourism and Segregation at Silver Springs

“Takes us on a historical voyage while we visit Florida landscapes as seen through Barnhill’s lens.”–Larry Roberts, author of Florida’s Golden Age of Souvenirs, 1890-1930

In the age of railroads and steamships, of frontier Florida and the tourism boom of the early 1900s, photographer E. G. Barnhill set up shop in the young city of St. Petersburg. He pioneered a popular new type of tourist art, colorizing black-and-white snapshots taken by himself and his customers. He sold many of his hand-colored photographs as postcards or home décor.

Barnhill applied watercolors to black-and-white prints according to his own sense of light and palette and his interpretation of consumer demand. Visitors wanted one-of-a-kind works of art to help them remember the experience of Florida. Unlike other colorists of the time whose landscapes were airbrushed to appear dreamy and ethereal, Barnhill captured the state’s clear, brisk colors with richness and intensity. He pushed aside conventions by using matte instead of glossy print paper to soak up colors better, and with radical experiments in gold toning and uranium dyes, which created unearthly hues.

Filled with vibrant images of Barnhill’s unique creations, precursors to the popular landscape art of the Highwaymen and others, this book showcases a little-known artist whose inventive techniques–particularly his uranium-dye coloring–merit a place in the story of American photography. A fascinating mix of photographic realism and individual artistic vision, his work reveals both the Florida that was and the Florida that tourists wanted to believe in.

Gary Monroe, professor of fine arts and photography at Daytona State College, is the author of numerous books, including Mary Ann Carroll: First Lady of the Highwaymen, Silver Springs: The Underwater Photography of Bruce Mozert, and The Highwaymen: Florida’s African-American Landscape Painters.

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You are lovely ~ art work by Jen Renninger ~ for Art in Your Ear
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You really are lovely for supporting Art in Your Ear. This piece of work reminds you, or the person who gets it, how truly lovely they are.

It measures about 8″x10″. Unframed. And it warms the cockles of my heart.

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Listen goodie bag for Art in Your Ear
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STOP it, this is such a cute bag. You get a listen bag, with a red WMNF Koozie, a WMNF tattoo, a pin from artist Jennifer Kosharek, and lots of JoEllen’s love.

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Daddy Kool Records Gift Certificate – Art in Your Ear
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FOR It’s the Music! – Art in Your Ear ONLY

$25 Daddy Kool Records Gift Certificate.  Located at: 666 Central Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33701

 

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Day Dreamer desk sign for Art in Your Ear
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It’s true, isn’t it. We all have dreams, and sometimes when we are sitting at our desk we have to pretend we aren’t thinking about [ fill in the blank ].

It’s okay! Put this on your desk, or next to your bed, or anywhere, and you won’t have to pretend anymore! Thank you from WMNF & Art in Your Ear & the Hostess Who Loves YOU the Mostess! (One per pledge please.) (Say that fast!)

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Pair of Andy Nukes Stickers for Art in Your Ear
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I love these stickers, and hope you do too. Andy Nukes is a righteous artist who made these and other ones. There is the quite true, and slightly profane, Ten Commandments.
And the other truly accurate Jesus would have a problem with this, as bombs drop. I might even throw in a Peace sticker, if you don’t mind.

They measure about 3-4″.

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Melissa Fair’s 2 Fabulous Poems! Download For Art in Your Ear donors
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Truck Driver’s Daughter & Paradise from the Vital Signs Compilation.

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JoEllen Schilke  JoEllen@wmnf.org

Thanks so much for listening to Art in Your Ear. This show has been on WMNF in one way or another since the early 80s. The art world has changed so much locally since then.

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