Art

StudioTulsa
5:29 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

AHHA, OVAC, and the New "Concept/OK" Exhibit in Downtown Tulsa

Aired on Friday, December 14th.

On Sunday the 16th, from 1pm till 5pm, AHHA --- a/k/a the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa's Hardesty Arts Center --- will have its Grand Opening. Finishing touches are, even now, still being applied to the impressive space, which is to be located at 101 East Archer Street. Apart from introducing this most-welcome new arts facility to the public, the opening will also mark the inauguration of the first-ever exhibition at AHHA, which is the "Concept/OK" show, presented by the Oklahoma Visual Artists Coalition (or OVAC).

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StudioTulsa
5:01 pm
Tue December 4, 2012

Opening Soon on East Archer Street in Downtown Tulsa: The Hardesty Arts Center

Aired on Tuesday, December 4th.

Our guest on this installment of ST is Ken Busby, the Executive Director and CEO of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, which is, per its website, the long-standing "champion of area arts and culture.

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StudioTulsa
3:01 pm
Thu November 15, 2012

Artist Wayne White and Filmmaker Neil Berkeley on Their New Documentary, "Beauty Is Embarrassing"

Aired on Thursday, November 15th.

On this edition of ST, we speak with the renowned artist, art director, cartoonist, and illustrator Wayne White --- along with the filmmaker Neil Berkeley, who's directed a documentary about White's influential and still-thriving career, "Beauty Is Embarrassing." This film premiered at SXSW in Austin, Texas, earlier this year, and it will be screened tonight, the 15th, at the Philbrook Museum of Art (at a "Third Thursday" event, beginning at 5:30pm), and tomorrow night, Friday the 16th, at the Circle Cinema (at 6pm).

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StudioTulsa
5:07 pm
Mon November 12, 2012

Modern Masterpieces and Masterful Deception Cross Paths in "The Art Forger"

Aired on Monday, November 12th.

On this edition of our show, we speak by phone with the author and writing instructor B. A. Shapiro about her widely praised new novel, "The Art Forger." In 1990, more than a dozen works of art (today worth, in sum, $500+ million) were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. It remains the largest unsolved art heist in history, but in this equally fascinating and entertaining novel, our heroine --- Claire Roth, a struggling young artist --- learns more about this theft than she ever bargained for.

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StudioTulsa
1:26 pm
Tue October 30, 2012

Colored Pencils, Still-Life Imagery, and Focusing on Light: The Art of Cecile Baird

Aired on Tuesday, October 30th.

On today's edition of ST, an interesting discussion with the Ohio-based artist Cecile Baird, who is currently the ARTworks Featured Artist at Holland Hall School in Tulsa. A master of the colored-pencil medium, Baird has recently been working with art students at that school --- and several of her striking, well-rendered, nearly photo-realistic works will be on view at Holland Hall's Holliman Gallery (in the Walter Arts Center on the HH campus) through November 26th.

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StudioTulsa
12:50 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

A Conversation with Marc Masurovsky, Co-Founder of the Holocaust Art Restitution Project

Aired on Friday, October 26th.

On today's show, an interesting discussion with Marc Masurovsky, who co-founded the Holocaust Art Restitution Project (HARP) in 1997. (He has served as HARP's Director of Research and is also a Board member.) An acknowledged expert in his field, Masurovsky has spent decades looking into various matters related to cultural assets that were looted or else sold under duress during the Holocaust and World War II; he's also served as an expert historian in a class-action lawsuit for Jewish claimants seeking restitution of lost accounts and other liquid assets from Swiss banks.

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StudioTulsa
1:38 pm
Mon October 8, 2012

"Marco Sassone: Architecture and Nature" at Price Tower

Aired on Monday, October 8th.

On this edition of our show, we speak with Marco Sassone, the award-winning Italian artist (b. 1942), who recently opened an exhibit at the Price Tower Arts Center in Bartlesville. "Marco Sassone: Architecture and Nature" will be on view at that museum through December 2nd. Born in a Tuscan village, raised and schooled in Florence, and later a resident of California for many years, the painter now resides in Toronto.

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StudioTulsa
2:46 pm
Fri October 5, 2012

Closing Soon at Philbrook: "The Works of Fernando and Humberto Campana, 1989-2009"

Aired on Friday, October 5th.

On this edition of ST, we listen back to a discussion that first aired in July, when we spoke with Lauren Ross, the Nancy E. Meinig Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Philbrook Museum of Art here in Tulsa. At that time, Philbrook had just opened an exhibition called "Antibodies: The Works of Fernando and Humberto Campana, 1989-2009." That show will close on Sunday the 7th.

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StudioTulsa
3:52 pm
Mon October 1, 2012

A Conversation with the Noted Ceramic Artist Virginia Scotchie

Aired on Friday, September 28th.

On this edition of our show, we speak with Virginia Scotchie, an acclaimed ceramic artist and the area head of ceramics at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC. She exhibits her work extensively throughout the United States and abroad, and has received numerous awards for his creations. Scotchie is also the 2012 Red Heat juror; she herself won this competition several years ago. For this year's Red Heat show, she has selected approximately 60 ceramic pieces that will be on view in the Alexandre Hogue Gallery at TU through October 25th.

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StudioTulsa
4:47 pm
Wed August 29, 2012

Texas-Based Artist Offers "Emblems from the Margin" at TU's Hogue Gallery

Aired on Wednesday, August 29th.

On this edition of ST, we speak with James Pace, an Oklahoma-born, Texas-based artist who has an exhibit on view at the University of Tulsa's Alexandre Hogue Gallery through September 20th. The show is called "Emblems from the Margin" --- and it includes mixed-media pieces as well as prints depicting various icons and recurring images. A professor of Visual Art at the University of Texas at Tyler since 1985, Pace is an artist who seems to emphasize symbolism, tactility, the American wilderness, and the narrative process itself in his work.

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