Saint Louis Art Map: On the Air is a biweekly podcast with interviews and discussions about current and upcoming visual arts events and issues in St. Louis. Visit saintlouisartmap.org for more details. Produced by the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum: kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu.
Father Terrence Dempsey, the founding director of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) at Saint Louis University, and artist Michael Byron, professor of painting at the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis, talk about the current exhibition Michael Byron: Cosmic Tears on view through December 31…
Heather Woofter, assistant professor of architecture at Washington University and curator of Metabolic City at the Kemper Art Museum discusses the exhibition, on view through January 4, 2010.
Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, director of the Sheldon Art Galleries, talks about the current and upcoming exhibitions and programs at the Sheldon.
Anthony Huberman, curator at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, talks about the exhibition For the blind man in the dark room looking for the cat that isn't there, on view through Jan. 3, 2010.
Curator Francsca Herndon-Consagra talks about the exhibition Urban Alchemy: Gordon Matta-Clark opening at the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts on Friday, October 30, 2009.
Artist Roberley Bell is interviewed onsite at Laumeier Sculpture Park and discusses her work in the Inside Out exhibition, flower blobs, her influences, and more.
An interview with Philip Hu, associate curator of Asian art at the Saint Louis Art Museum, discussing the exhibition Five Centuries of Japanese Screens: Masterpieces from the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago, which opens on Sunday, October 18.
Curator Meredith Malone discusses the exhibition Chance Aesthetics, opening at the Kemper Art Museum on Friday, September 18.
Featuring a roundtable discussion with artists in the Kemper Art Museum's 2009 MFA Thesis exhibition.
Local artist Tom Huck of Evil Prints and professor Liz Childs, organizer of the Kemper Art Museum's current Teaching Gallery exhibitionThe Political Eye: Nineteenth Century French Caricature and the Mass Media, discuss the art of printmaking and caricature in society. Students: Dennis Sweeney and Emily Silbur…
David Brinker, assistant director of the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at St. Louis University, talks about MOCRA and its spring exhibition Good Friday.
Bill Appleton, assistant director of public programs at the Saint Louis Art Museum, will discuss Power and Glory: Court Arts of China's Ming Dynasty and related programs. Student: Emma Dent
Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, director of the Sheldon Art Galleries, will discuss the Sheldon and its spring 2009 exhibitions. Student: Caitlin Lusch
Juan William Chavez, director of Boots Contemporary Art Space, talks about Boots, Bootprint, his own work, and his current exhibition Bad Moon Rising. Student: Nicole Keller
Peter MacKeith and Eric Mumford discuss Eero Saarinen and the Shaping the Future and On the Riverfront exhibitions at the Kemper Art Museum and Sam Fox School. Student: Winn Chen
Film professor Todd Decker will discuss film and music of the 1950s. Student: Vara Lyons
Kim Humphries and Mike Venso talk about Laumier Sculpture Park and the John Waters exhibition. Student: Emily Burns
Curator Anthony Huberman discusses the art of curating, contemporary art, and recent exhibitions and programs at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. Student: Vara Lyons
White Flag Projects will open an exhibition of work by the artist Brock Enright on November 1 2008. Brock Enright is joined by White Flag's director Matthew Strauss. Student: Nicole Keller
Charlotte Eyerman, curator of modern art at the St. Louis Art Museum, discussed the exhibition Action/Abstraction opening October 19, 2008. Student: Emma Dent
Patrick Burke discusses the era of California cool jazz in relation to the Birth of the Cool exhibition. Student: Nicole Keller
Meredith Malone discusses the Kemper Art Museum's fall 2008 exhibition Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury. Student: Kaitlin Lusch