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This edition: The Visual Arts

Episode Details

Original tape date: December 23, 2013.

First aired: December 29, 2013.

This month, we delve into the visual arts. We’re going to look at painter, photographers, installation artists, even a pop-up art shop. First up, we’ll look at a recreation of a Brazilian favela at Queens College created by Brazilian artists with a help from Queens College students. Next we’ll look at paintings by Susan Crile, whose work straddles the boundary between beauty and horror. We’ll then look at Rodolfo Caballero’s stunning photos of rural Mexico and the people who live and work there. We’ll look at an exhibtion on view at the James Gallery, go down into the subway systems to look at the MTA arts for transit program, and look at a pop-up art event on the Lower East Side.

Guest List

Jules Allen Teacher, Kingsborough Community College

Rodolfo Caballero La Guardia Community College

Amy Cheng Hunter College

Mohshin Chowdhury Student, Queens College

John Collins Queens College

Susan Crile Hunter College

Stephanie Hackett PhD Candidate, CUNY Graduate Center

Robert Hickman Hunter College

Peter Himmelman Student, Queens College

Jenny Jaskey Hunter College

Lucy McKenzie Artist, Hunter College

Mary Pena Student, Queens College

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