Art In Your Ear
Survey of the local arts scene with JoEllen Schilke.
- Host : , The Hostess who Loves YOU the Mostess
Broadcast: Friday, 9:00AM - 10:00AM
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- 09/26 Carmada! 0 comments
- 09/05 Plato to Clockwork Orange: Nate Anderson makes us look at reality 0 comments
- 08/22 Wearable Art 0 comments
- 08/08 St. Petersburg Arts Walk 0 comments
- 06/27 West Side Story by St. Pete Opera 0 comments
- 06/20 Southern Gothic Comedy 0 comments
- 06/06 Signs of Life - a musical about the Holocaust (?!) 0 comments
- 05/30 Tribute to Dr. Maya Angelou 0 comments
- 05/23 Florida Spring Cleaning Art Show 0 comments
- 04/25 Nine Ten-minute Play Fest by Theatre Odyssey 0 comments
- 04/18 A Brief History of Beer 0 comments
- 01/31 Jobsite Theater + Stageworks Theater 0 comments
- 01/24 A show about writing 2 comments
- 01/10 Art & Beauty from Ancient Times? 0 comments
- 01/03 Crystal Ball for Arts/2014 0 comments
- 12/24 Funding for the arts 0 comments
- 12/13 Art + clay + crystalline glaze 0 comments
- 12/07 Legacy of the Beats 0 comments
- 11/08 The Scottish Play on Art in Your Ear (out damned spot!) 0 comments
- 11/01 What is Art--the play and the festival 0 comments
- 10/18 Director Henry Muttoo on Caribbean folk lore, politics, and art 0 comments
- 10/04 Two Authors on Art in Your Ear 0 comments
- 09/27 The Art of Resistance: Iranian artist Barbad Golshiri talks about making political art in Tehran. 0 comments
- 09/20 Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 0 comments
- 09/13 Fiddler on the Roof with freeFall Theater 0 comments
The Hostess who Loves YOU the Mostess
Hello Art fans,
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.
If you want to be interactive, we have a facebook page And holla at me if you want me to know about an art event or have a question: email@example.com
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On today's show (9/26)~ Carmada! with Mitzi Gordon of Creative Pinellas, Carrie Boucher with [NOMAD Art Bus[(https://www.facebook.com/NOMADartbus) and Sebastian Coolidge, the artist who has transformed downtown St. Pete with his murals, and is heading to Tampa.
We also announced this call to writers/poets: Calling All Poets, Wordsmiths: Tampa Puts Call Out to Local Artists for Lights on Tampa UpLit
Tampa, Fla. (September 24, 2014) – Today, the City of Tampa released a call to local artists, specifically wordsmiths, songwriters, poets, and writers, to have their words featured in UpLit, a 2015 Lights on Tampa piece.
“Lights on Tampa always attracts world-class artistic talent. UpLit is meant to be a fun and creative way to showcase our city’s talents,” said Mayor Bob Buckhorn. “There’s a lot we can say about Tampa, and I’m excited to see what the community suggests.”
UpLit is meant to capture the value of the written word. A simple phrase can capture the essence of something or some place; it can elude, evoke, suggest and inspire, particularly if encountered out of context. Professional and amateur artists alike are invited to submit an original phrase that captures how we live now and what that means. Each entry should be no more than 75 characters including punctuation.
A panel of local jurors led by Tampa author Tim Dorsey will select which phrase to feature, and that phrase will be temporarily displayed on a vintage rooftop-style sign during the 2015 Lights on Tampa festival in downtown on February 20-21, 2015. To view a rendering of UpLit, please visit tampagov.net.
There is no cash prize or fee paid to the author whose work is selected.
To submit your words today, please visit tampagov.net/UpLit. The deadline to submit is Friday, October 24, 2015, and the author selected will be notified in late November 2014.
About Lights on Tampa -- The Lights On Tampa program was developed by the City of Tampa’s Art Programs Division, in conjunction with regional businesses, volunteers, and art supporters. It was an ambitious project that sought to reaffirm Tampa’s commitment to arts and technology by presenting highly visible, innovative light installations created by juried artists. It began in January 2006, and has had successful light-based installations and festivals in 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, and now, 2015. The Program has been nationally recognized as one of the fifty most influential public art programs in the last fifty years by Americans for the Arts. To find out more about the program, please visit lightsontampa.org.
Tonight USFCAM has an artists talk and opening for Making Sense.
And, MOVIE!!! The Invisible ManWorld Premiere ~
Thursday, October 2, 2014 from 6:45 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
Starlight 20 Cinema 18002 Highwood Preserve Pkwy Tampa,, FL 33647
October 2, 2014, 6:45 PM, Starlight 20 Theaters, Tampa. Jenny & Lucy's Art House Productions proudly announces the World Premiere of a modern remake of the H.G. Wells classic, The Invisible Man. Shot in Florida, Colorado, and North Carolina, with a Florida based crew, this tense, suspenseful film will keep you looking over your shoulder long after the credits roll. Q&A with the filmmakers immediately...
Music on today's show (loosely about cars/driving, except for #1)
Dandy Warhols.......Autumn Carnival
Modern Lovers....(terrible version of) Road Runner
Outkast......Gone, Baby, Gone
Geggy Tah....Whoever You Are (song about driving nicely)
Thank you so much for listening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!