Avishay Artsy | KCET
Avishay Artsy is an audio and print journalist based in Los Angeles. He currently works at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture and hosts the podcast, Works In Progress. His stories have appeared on KCRW, KQED, KPCC, NPR, Marketplace and other outlets. He is also an adjunct professor at USC.
Chon Noriega Talks Chicano Art and Power, Increasing Museum Diversity and How COVID-19 Impacts LatinosPost date: 2020-10-14T15:53:37-07:00
Chon Noriega, curator and professor, has some very good how-tos on improving the art world and beyond, including how to: use faith to improve historical preservation, increase representation in museums, approach housing and value frontline workers.
Post date: 2020-10-07T12:04:06-07:00
How can museums and other arts institutions support Black creatives? For Erin Christovale, it's a little more radical than just hiring Black and buying Black.
Post date: 2020-09-30T16:05:04-07:00
Carlson discusses teaching all of us to dance, from fly fishermen and office workers to dogs and sheep, as well as the idea of presence in preparation for her turn on UCLA's "10 Questions," which invites us to get talking about 10 essential questions.
Post date: 2020-09-30T11:59:57-07:00
Listen to Marks talk about her work with dancers of different abilities and get a sneak peak at UCLA's third edition of "10 Questions" which engages us in conversation about everything from love to justice, which Marks co-curated and moderates.