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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!
 
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Audio

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Audio

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
 
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Video

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Video

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
 
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | AppleTV

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
 
At THE CURATORS OF HORROR we believe there is a perfect Horror movie out there for everyone! So whether you’re a LOVER, or a HATER, or somewhere in the middle, this podcast is for you. Each episode your hosts Katie and Emrys quiz their guest in order to curate the perfect Horror Movies for them. The guest watches both films and then comes on the podcast to discuss what they thought and choose their favourite. But which Curator made the best selection for the guest? A great way to discover an ...
 
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Gaining financial freedom is easier than you think. But it does require you to start early and maintain one simple habit. In this episode, I teach you about compound interest, and the reason that starting early is the best thing you can do. If you want to see this laid out visually, I have something for you: The 4 Step System to Put Your Taxes on A…
 
Gabe Langholtz was born in 1971 and is an American painter, living and working in Austin Texas. His work, although primarily representational, is indebted to American Color Field painting, focusing on color relations, pattern making, form and line, with a heavy emphasis on the two-dimensional surface of the canvas. In the tradition of folk art, Lan…
 
Did you know that sorting receipts is a waste of your time? In this episode, I teach you a super simple system to keep your receipts organized without ever having to sort them. I also help you understand what receipts are actually for, so you don't waste any extra time on them. I'm Hannah Cole. I've been a professional painter for over 15 years, an…
 
Linda Colletta is an abstract artist, who has been creating art in various mediums for over 25 years. At 19-years old, she got her start in New York City as a scenic artist painting backdrops for MTV and VH1. After 16 years in the music television industry, she left to dedicate herself to painting full time. Her work has been shown nationally at Sc…
 
In this episode you will learn about the 2 creative superpowers that you possess as an artist and creative leader that are no match for the chaos that envelops the world. As a creative leader you have what it takes to do the hard, dirty work of culture growth. Let's look at the creative superpowers of consistency and authenticity. GROW Creative Lea…
 
Jaylen Pigford was born in 1996 and is an Afro-Latino painter born and raised in Corpus Christi and based in Houston, Texas. He’s a self-taught artist and has been creating artwork since childhood. His paintings are autobiographical reflections on past negative experiences and adversity to tell stories of self-growth through uplifting works on canv…
 
The Woolwich Print Fair was started in 2016 and takes place annually in November at Woolwich Arsenal, London. Jack Bullen, one of the fairs co-founders, joins Gita Joshi in this episode of the podcast. He shares the evolution and growth of the fair, why printmaking is his focus for this art fair and what to expect at the 2022 edition. The fair take…
 
In this episode you will learn about the 2 creative superpowers that you possess as an artist and creative leader that are no match for the chaos that envelops the world. As a creative leader you have what it takes to do the hard, dirty work of culture growth. Let's look at the creative superpowers of dialogue and vulnerability. GROW Creative Leade…
 
Kevin Ivester is the owner and director of Ivester Contemporary, an Austin-based contemporary fine art gallery committed to connecting people with leading local and regional artists and ideas. Rotating exhibitions are focused on creating a context for contemplation, deepening appreciation for the visual arts, and facilitating a dialog between the a…
 
Do you ever feel like your studio space isn't big enough or doesn't live up to your expectations of what you thought it should look like? On today's mini episode, I'm sharing why it's so important to embrace whatever your current studio space is- no matter how big or small- so you can push past your mindset blocks and continue creating your work. J…
 
Texas based photographer and artist Letitia Huckaby joins me today to talk about her multimedia artwork that combines both photography and textiles to depict family narratives and African American history. Letitia Huckaby has a degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, a BFA from the Art Institute of Boston in photography and her Master…
 
Today, I'm talking about finding your direction as an artist and really focusing on what you want to do with your career and your work. I also talk about figuring out the action steps you can take that will help move you in the direction toward your goal as an artist. Join The Works Membership: https://theworksmembership.com/membership-opportunity/…
 
Past guest and visual artist, Eric Hibit, joins me again today to chat about his work and his new book that he authored, Color Theory for Dummies which is a beginners guide to color theory for artists. Eric Hibit was born in Rochester, New York and is a visual artist based in New York City. He attended the Corcoran College of Art + Design (BFA,1998…
 
I've spoken a lot about applying to open calls and the importance of putting yourself out there as an artist but in today's mini episode, I'm joining you to chat about how to know when to step back and NOT apply to open calls. I go over how you should know when to focus on other things as an artist instead of putting your effort into open calls and…
 
Glenn Goldberg is a New York City based painter and musician who was born in the Bronx, and currently lives in Brooklyn. Glenn studied at the New York Studio School and earned his BA and MFA degrees from CUNY Queens College. Glenn is currently an associate professor in the art department at CUNY Queens College and Lodestar School of Art in Ireland …
 
For photos of this episode, click here. Continuing our trek in Luray, Virginia, I meet with Isabela Graves from the Shenandoah Heritage Village Museum. She shares the incredible work she and her husband have been doing to preserve the history of the valley, and some truly spectacular artifacts housed there. Shenandoah Heritage Village The Shenandoa…
 
Deborah Wasserman was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, and currently resides in Queens, New York, one of the most diverse counties in the US. She is a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, Artists in the Marketplace at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, and received two fel…
 
On this week's mini episode, I'm joining you to talk about how you can authentically reach out on social media and get your work seen. I go over some of the things you shouldn't do and offer some tips on what you should be doing to get your work seen by the right people! Free Guide: https://www.ilikeyourworkpodcast.com/socialmedia Join The Works Me…
 
If you would like to see photos of this episode, click here. This week we head to Virginia to visit Luray Caverns, the most highly decorated caverns in the world according to the Smithsonian. In this episode, we hear from three professionals who share the history of the caverns, the science behind the decorating formations, and how The Great Stalac…
 
Charlie J. Meyers is an American artist and curator working in figurative abstraction and portraiture. His work explores intimacy, memory, and the contemporary queer experience. In 2021, Charlie was featured in several magazines including Alien Literary Magazine, Clover and Bee, and The Purposeful Mayonnaise, appeared on the Bold Creatives Collecti…
 
On this week's mini episode, I'm joining you to talk about why it's important to network and build a community as an artist and how you do it authentically. I go over some different scenarios and ways that you can network that feel comfortable for you so you can get the most out of building a community. Join The Works Membership: https://theworksme…
 
Episode 8: Marietta House Museum For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Julia Rose at the Marietta House Museum. “Marietta House Museum houses the histories of multiple generations of families, free and enslaved, who lived and labored on the roughly 600 acres that made up Marietta Manor. The historic site holds the stories o…
 
Amy Sacksteder is an artist and curator whose work explores personal and collective relationships to landscape and artifact. She works across media, most commonly in painting, collage, drawing, cut paper, installation, and ceramics. She has participated in exhibitions nationally and internationally. Recent solo venues include Divisible Projects (Da…
 
Over the course of the last few episodes Pennylane has shared the most common obstacles her company Dazed and Confucius hears from their clients each day and a few notes of advice for overcoming them. Today she outlines a useful tip in response to the common question: “Why can't I get into galleries?” In this episode, Pennylane explains how when it…
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Robert Hicks, the previous Director of the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia. The Museum contains a collection of anatomical and pathological specimens, wax models, and antique medical equipment, and is part of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Along with the many preserved specime…
 
Julie Himel received a Diploma of Fine Art from Langara College, Vancouver, BC; a BFA Honours Degree from York University, Toronto, ON, and a Graduate Diploma from the Toronto School of Art, Toronto, ON. Her work has been exhibited across North America, including recently being featured in digital exhibitions with Visionary Projects, New York, NY; …
 
Over the course of the last few episodes Pennylane has shared four of the most common obstacles her company Dazed and Confucius hears from their clients each day and a few notes of advice for overcoming them. Today she outlines a useful tip in response to the common phrase: “Why isn’t my work selling?” In this episode, Pennylane explains how proper…
 
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