Now, more than ever, culture transcends geographic boundaries. In this episode, we explore the impact of that global phenomenon on the visibility of contemporary diaspora art with Miami-based curator and arts advocate Rosie Gordon-Wallace. In 1996, Gordon-Wallace launched a transformative enterprise, now known as Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator.
Meet fresh voices from Miami. With educators Giselle Heraux and Jahné King, we talk about art, storytelling, and the next generation of creative podcasters. Heraux and King will set the stage for each episode in our Fall 2020 Student Edition.
Creating Connections/Sparking Engagement, issue 4 of our Fresh Art International Research Guide, delves into the theme of social engagement.
Robert Chambers on Art, Ancient Plants and New Technologies – At the AIRIE Nest, an art gallery inside the Visitor Center, we meet Robert Chambers…
Graduate students in Curatorial Studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design University introduce us to the beginnings of an online exhibition platform they created to explore intimacy on the web.
University and art school students from Chicago, Detroit, Toronto and Miami take over Fresh Art International, with daily episodes and essays. Follow to find out what sparks their creative impulse.
Fresh Art International, also known as Fresh Art, engages with creative communities at the center and fringe of art scenes around the world through our podcast, live radio broadcast events, public talks, workshops, residencies, and educational outreach.
Since 2011, the Fresh Art International podcast gives voice to excellence, encourages experimentation, and connects inventive people, places, and spaces. We bring you Fresh Talk about today’s art, design and film.
Artist Regina Frank introduces our conversation with renowned video and performance artist Joan Jonas, an episode first released on June 5, 2012.
Jamaican-born artist Nadine Hall, introduces Diaspora Vibe: Art with Caribbean Roots, a personally significant episode from her Fresh Art playlist. First published on July 26, 2017, this segment reveals the complexity and diversity of contemporary art with roots in the Caribbean.