Art

StudioTulsa
12:52 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Paul Davis, the Well-Known Artist and Illustrator, Returns to Tulsa to Speak at the TU School of Art

Aired on Friday, November 1st.

On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Paul Davis, who grew up in Tulsa and then left for NYC (at age 17 or so) to study at the School of Visual Arts, and who, since the early 1960s, has been a highly regarded and quite recognizable illustrator and graphic artist. Just after his time in art school, Davis worked at the commercial art powerhouse known as Push Pin Studios --- and the theatrical posters that he created, mainly in the 1980s and 1990s, for The New York Shakespeare Festival for plays like "Three Penny Opera" and "Hamlet" are today seen as classics.

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StudioTulsa
1:08 pm
Mon October 7, 2013

Alabama-Based Artist Christopher Lowther Offers "New World Disorder" at TU's Hogue Gallery

Aired on Monday, October 7th.

On this installment of StudioTulsa, we present a conversation with artist Christopher Lowther, who is an assistant professor of Time-Based Media (a term that he's happy to define for us) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he's also on the faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

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StudioTulsa
1:20 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

Dav Pilkey (of "Captain Underpants" Fame) on Writing and Illustrating for Children (and for Laughs)

Aired on Thursday, September 26th.

On today's show, we speak by phone with Dav Pilkey, the popular children's book author and illustrator who's probably best known for his "Captain Underpants" series of books. (There are ten books in this series --- Pilkey's now working on the 11th --- as well as a few different spin-off series.) Pilkey tells us about how his career got started, when the "Captain Underpants" character was actually born, and where some of his recurring ideas and themes as a writer and illustrator come from.

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StudioTulsa
1:07 pm
Thu August 8, 2013

"Sirens of the Southwest" at Philbrook Downtown

Aired on Thursday, August 8th.

On today's StudioTulsa, we speak with Catherine Whitney, chief curator of the Philbrook Museum of Art, about the first two exhibitions at the museum's new Brady District facility. Philbrook Downtown is currently featuring a pair of exhibits concerning American art. The first, which was curated by Whitney, examines a group of female painters who worked in Santa Fe and Taos in the early 20th Century. "Sirens of the Southwest" draws on the resources of Philbrook's Eugene B.

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StudioTulsa
12:49 pm
Fri August 2, 2013

Living Arts of Tulsa Presents the "Oh, Tulsa!" Biennial

Aired on Friday, August 2nd.

Today on our program, we're discussing a new and exciting group show on display at Living Arts of Tulsa (at 307 East Brady) --- a wide-ranging exhibition that aims to "celebrate or critique the City of Tulsa." It's the "Oh, Tulsa!" Biennial, collecting works by one hundred of our community's finest artists --- both known and unknown --- and it opens tonight (Friday the 2nd) at the Living Arts space, from 6pm till 9pm; this opening gala is part of the Brady District's First Friday Art Crawl.

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StudioTulsa
6:38 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Now on View at Philbrook: An Engaging Group Exhibit Entitled "Remainder"

Aired on Monday, July 22nd.

On this installment of ST, we are joined by Lauren Ross, the Meinig Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa, who tells us about a group show now on exhibit at the museum, "Remainder," which will run through September 29th.

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StudioTulsa
3:38 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Now at 108 Contemporary in Downtown Tulsa: Artist Heather Clark Hilliard

Aired on Wednesday, July 10th.

On this edition of our show, we offer an engaging, wide-ranging conversation with Heather Clark Hilliard, a fiber artist based in Norman, Oklahoma. Hilliard is also the inaugural artist-in-residence at 108 Contemporary gallery (located at 108 East Brady in Tulsa, and formerly known as the Brady Craft Alliance). She tells us about her solo show, "Finding the Fire: Concepts in Fiber," which will be on view at 108 through July 20th, with an Artist Talk scheduled to occur at the gallery on the 19th at 6pm.

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StudioTulsa
1:21 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

The Much-Anticipated Philbrook Downtown Opens to the Public on June 14th

Aired on Wednesday, June 12th.

This weekend --- beginning Friday the 14th --- the Tulsa community will welcome Philbrook Downtown, a new satellite space of the Philbrook Museum of Art, which was founded in 1938 and opened in 1939. Philbrook Downtown is a 30,000-square-foot, modern-style facility located in the city's vibrant Brady Arts District; it's comprised in a brick building that formerly housed a historic warehouse, and it's situated just steps away from several other newly created arts/cultural institutions in downtown Tulsa.

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StudioTulsa
4:05 pm
Thu May 16, 2013

The Book as a Work of Art --- Philbrook Presents "Artists' Books: Works and Pictures"

Aired on Thursday, May 16th.

On this installment of ST, a discussion of both the art and craft of making books. Our guest is Jody Williams, a Minneapolis-based book artist, printmaker, teacher, and writer. The (mostly miniature-sized) books that she creates as individual works of art appear under the name Flying Paper Press; books created by Williams have appeared in exhibits all over the country, and some are included in a group show currently on view at the Philbrook Museum of Art (through July 21st) called About Bookworks III.

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StudioTulsa
3:04 pm
Tue May 7, 2013

Remembering the Artist Charles Banks Wilson (1918-2013) on StudioTulsa

Aired on Tuesday, May 7th.

Today on ST, a special interview from our archives as we listen back to a 1993 discussion with Charles Banks Wilson. The widely beloved artist died last week at 94. Wilson was born in Arkansas and grew up in Miami, Oklahoma; over the course of his long and prolific career, he worked as a painter, printmaker, art teacher, lecturer, historian, and magazine and book illustrator --- and his works are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery, the Oklahoma State Capitol, the Smithsonian, and other notable institutions.

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