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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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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.
 
Conversations with artists, curators and authors about making it in the art world. We get behind the studio doors for entertaining and informative discussions about the journey through the visual arts, how projects were realised, ideas that informed new work and practical ways that artists can expand their audience and visibility.
 
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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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Kristin DeGrace at the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum in Maryland. She shares with us the incredible dream behind a vacation paradise destination, getting buried alive to make a living during the Great Depression, and about a railway trying to stay relevant in a changing world. “In the…
 
Jamie Powell was born in Fairmont, West Virginia 30 miles south of the Mason Dixon Line to a family of farmers and factory workers. Her Appalachian roots encouraged a culture of reuse, repurposing, patching and stitching. She has an interest in exploring the boundaries of what paintings can be through a highly experimental process of dying, braidin…
 
Over the course of the next few episodes Pennylane shares with you four of the most common obstacles or complaints her company Dazed and Confucius hears from their clients each day and a few notes of advice for overcoming them. Today she addresses the answer to the common phrase: “I have trouble talking about my work, putting what it is I do into w…
 
For over 20+ years, Haleh Mashian’s art has colorfully illustrated her unique, astute view of the world, both real and imagined. As a painter and creative expressionist, Mashian's abstract works reveal her appreciation of color theory, compositional form and the study of positive and negative space. Working in mixed media and using a variety of tec…
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Robert Emerson at Old Fort Niagara in New York. The first fortified structure on the area was built in 1678 and has a few rebuilds and remodeling done since. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the roads were abysmal and the best way to travel was by water. And the great lakes created thi…
 
Over the course of the next few episodes Pennylane shares with you four of the most common obstacles or complaints her company Dazed and Confucius hears from their clients each day and a few notes of advice for overcoming them. Today she addresses a phrase she hears all too often from artists: “My work is all over the place! I don’t have a distinct…
 
Britty Em is an Australian International selling artist, who works mainly in large scale acrylic paintings. Charming audiences with her colorful and playful portraits of iconic women, and everyday objects dressed up in opulent patterns and symbolism, the work takes audiences on a journey through the seemingly familiar, yet extraordinary. Britty Em …
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Laura Scharle at the Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Life saving stations were erected along the Eastern coastline, at about 5 - 7 mile intervals. The purpose of these stations was to offer rescue and first aid to victims of shipwrecks. A precursor t…
 
On this week's mini episode, I'm talking about open calls and how you can make the most out of your experience when applying to them. I give some quick and actionable tips on open calls, including why you may want to avoid free ones and how you can make sure you're getting the most out of your time and work. Join The Works Membership: https://www.i…
 
Today, Paddy Johnson joins us for her final mini episode to talk about why you need a network and the specific problems they can solve for you as an artist. Head over to https://www.netvvrk.art to join the waitlist for the membership of Netvvrk, a business networking and professional development training designed to support artists who want to get …
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Bob Beggs, co-founder of the American Helicopter Museum and Education Center in West Chester, Pennsylvania. He shares with us the process of establishing a museum and what progressive programs have been developed there. We discuss rotor heads, whirly girls, and the impressive ingenuity …
 
Chie Fueki (b. 1973) lives and works in Beacon, NY. Fueki was born in Yokohama, Japan, and raised in São Paulo, Brazil. She earned her MFA at Yale University and her BFA at The Ringling College of Art and Design. She is an inaugural recipient of the 2021 Joan Mitchell Fellowship. Her first solo exhibition at DC Moore Gallery will be in January, 202…
 
Christina Massey is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has won multiple awards including an FST StudioProject Fund Grant, Brooklyn Arts Fund Grant, SIP Fellowship at the EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and Puffin Foundation Grant. Massey’s work has been featured in Hyperallergic, Art Spiel and Art Fuse and is in the col…
 
For photos of this episode, click here. This week we meet with Tim Baxter at the Oakwood Cemetery in Niagara Falls, New York. Historic Oakwood Cemetery was founded in 1852 on land donated by Lavinia Porter, daughter of Judge Augustus Porter (who is also one of the acknowledged founders of Niagara Falls). The Oakwood landscape we know today dates fr…
 
Today, Paddy Johnson joins us for a mini episode to talk about why building a network is important for your career growth. Paddy talks about why it’s less what you make, but who you know, who knows you, and who those people know, that determines success. Head over to https://www.netvvrk.art and use the code ILYW20 to get $20 off your first month of…
 
South African-born Liezel Strauss co-founded Subject Matter in 2011 in Tokyo with her husband Jon Hindley with the dream of making art more accessible. Liezel went on to create ArtGirlRising of which she is the co-founder and director. In 2019 she was named one of UN Women's top 100 female innovators worldwide, as part of their She Innovates Global…
 
For pictures of this episode, click here. Starting off the new year and season two, we meet at Historic Sotterley and speak with Katherine Humphries, who is the Education Coordinator, and Jeanne Pirtle, who is the Director of Educational Programming and Partnerships. Sotterley is a historic plantation, with parts of the house dating back to 1703. I…
 
Today Paddy Johnson joins us for a mini episode to talk about the consequences of an industry that most join for love, but doesn't financially support us and why understanding the full nature of this context gives you agency. Head over to https://www.netvvrk.art and use the code ILYW20 to get $20 off your first month of your membership of Netvvrk, …
 
Scott Zieher is a poet, artist, and art dealer born and raised in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He has published seven books of poetry, most recently, THE BROWNSVILLE QUARTERLY, a book-length poem in the form of a newspaper that was published to coincide with a solo exhibition of collages at Marvin Gardens in June 2019. His next book 900 RECENT POEMS will c…
 
Happy New Year! And welcome to Season 2 of Curator's Choice! So, for today's episode, I thought it could be fun to do a year review of the podcast, talk about some of the success, some of the not-so-great moments, and give you a sneak peek of what the next year will look like and what goals I have for the podcast. 31 regular episodes 5 bonus episod…
 
What makes the art industry distinct from other industries? How does this create distortion in our industry? How does Netvvrk, the membership program I run, offer a correction to this problem? Every other industry works like this: You create a product that responds to a customers needs or desires, and you sell that product at a price that pays for …
 
I had the amazing opportunity to chat with New York-based artist Clarity Haynes, known for her work with the Breast Portrait Project, a social practice project started in LGBTQ and feminist communities which feature a series of torso paintings. Clarity Haynes is a queer feminist New York-based artist and writer whose painting practice centers on th…
 
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