Vessel: Art as a Doorway into Time Travel and Generosity (Prelude 2)
From the Eiffel Tower to your dining room wall, listen to how art is being used to gather, nurture, and travel through time while stimulating economic growth.
In this prelude we have clips of upcoming interviews with artist Randi Matushevitz. We also have clips from Eric Joyner's interview at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. We conclude our discussion with a snippet of "The Reluctant Collector" Thomas Storesund.
Benefits of Murals: http://crpbayarea.org/painting/benefits-of-murals
Searching for the True Price of Public Paintings in Oakland:
Americans for the Arts: https://www.americansforthearts.org/by-program/reports-and-data/research-studies-publications/arts-economic-prosperity-5
Lynn Basa's 'The Artist Guide to Public Art: https://www.amazon.com/Artists-Guide-Public-Art-Commissions-ebook
Mark Bryan's Interview: https://youtu.be/63jkhU-jdHs
Eric Joyner's interview: https://youtu.be/mqYSD6xlgVw
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I so enjoyed your podcast. It educated me and “enrichened” my life by awakening an inner calling to the art/emotions that I haven’t been paying much attention to for quite a long time now. I thank you both immensely for speaking up and out regarding the importance and the impact that art has on a community, a city, even the world. It’s accessibility early on in a child’s life often makes an abused child feel hope where otherwise there would be nothing but a dismal, dull existence. I do know where from I speak….Keep up the fine effort. What you have to say and share are priceless.