17. Anne Tschida & Elisa Turner: Arts Writers Speak Up
November 5, 2018: Elisa Turner / Anne Tschida
We're talking about facing, and fighting, irrelevance in today’s art systems and the big market. Yes, that strange universe of the Art Market. Arts writers Elisa Turner and Anne Tschida discuss the creative writing process that parallels the practice of artists of any discipline today.
Delicious Line / Hamptons Art Hub / Artburst Miami
16. Carola Bravo & Rochi Llaneza Talk About Hartvest Project
October 22, 2018: Carola Bravo / Rochi Llaneza
From placing cutting-edge art in affluent suburban communities to coffee shops to planting seeds to German spies, we covered it all. Listen to these two phenomenal and focused Miami-based women artists, curators, and activists here to initiate change.
Hartvest Project / ArtTable FL Instagram
15. Alexandre Merbouti, Monica McGivern, Nabedi Osorio: Surf Noir with Haute Tension
October 8, 2018: Haute Tension Band
Musical talent "Haute Tension" (High Voltage)a Miami band with the trio Alexandre Merbouti, Monica McGivern, and Nabedi Osorio, delivers a highly charged new sound. Get the scoop on their debut album and the details of the band's unique heritage. We have some sample tracks to perk up your ears and wake up your senses. Debut Album / Miami Girls Rock Camp / Monica McGivern Photography
14. Couples: Randy Burman & Manita Brug-Chmielenska
September 24, 2018: Randy Burman / Manita Brug-Chmielenska
A look into the very diverse yet perfectly matched lives and careers of the Miami based couple, a landscape architect/educator/arts advocate and a graphic designer/visual artist, and what happens when they make art happen together. Poems to the Sky / Ikon Communications & Marketing
13. Kerry McLaney: Past, Present, Future Miami Art Scene
September 10, 2018: Kerry McLaney
Living and working in Miami since 1992, today's guest is the founder and creative director of 305 Creative Group, a boutique creative agency in Wynwood specializing in Branding, Social Media, Photography and Marketing. Kerry delivers the whole story on the origins of the Miami Art Scene. An "idea" person, she's always been inspired to do outstanding work collaborating with our city's creative people. She personifies Miami with a wildly mixed-media heritage: Irish - German - Spanish - Haitian. Miami Independant Thinkers
12. Art On Fire: Guggenheim Fellow Paolo Buggiani, with Jiame Piña and Cinzi Sarto.
August 27, 2018: Paolo Buggiani / Jaime Piña / Cinzia Sarto
The studio was lit up when Paolo made a surprise visit. And yes that's a bit of a pun since his work has most often involved fire! The artist is 85 so his experience of the scene goes way back. You'll hear tall art tales about the struggles and rewards he encountered from Italy to the East Village of the 60s, 70s and 80s, with more added from artist friends in common who joined us for the session. Zero: Rome
11. Miami's Bright Young Artists
August 13, 2018: Lauren Shapiro / Alex Nuñez / Deming King Harriman
From Boston to Delray Beach to Miami to Brooklyn to Mexico and all the way to the Amazon Rain Forest, these artists don't stand still. In a short time, they've made a big impression here. For them the key is connections and communities with no boundaries. Fountainhead Studios / Lab Verde / SuperFine! / Sunday Painter
10. Couples: Anja Marais & Rudi Repenning
July 30, 2018: Anja Marais / Rudi Repenning
In this Couples Series, an artist and a furniture designer/woodworker tell us about their journeys from opposite corners of the globe heading straight to Florida and the art community here. It's all about the smell of soil and fresh cut wood and mulberries. Oh yes, and cats - the "must-have" studio cats.
09. Women Artists and the Allure of New Media
July 16, 2018: Cat del Buono / Yeon Jin Kim
Guests today comment on beauty, domestic violence, ghosts, and monsters. Artists, Cat del Buono and Yeon Jin Kim, discuss working in new media and film, and their most recent projects. We spoke about their studio practice in this direction and why so many women artists choose the world of film and video art.
08. Community Within Community
July 2, 2018: Sophie Blachet & Helene Filipecki
Have you ever stopped to think how big the French community is here? It's BIG! Our guests speak about the non-profit organization they founded and co-direct, The French Arts Associates, opening doors and creating cultural events for the French community in Miami and for everyone who wants to meet some very interesting people.
07. Now You Are Who You Are
June 18, 2018: Francine Birbragher-Rozencwaig, PhD / Jessica Mitrani / Rhonda Mitrani
A woman ahead of her time, journalist Nellie Bly, working in 1887, has inspired artist Jessica Mitrani to create a fantastical journey for the equally daring. Join the artist, along with curator Francine Birbragher-Rozencwaig, and co-curator and Miami's project host, Rhonda Mitrani as we go behind the scene.
06. Couples: Collectors & Art Activists
June 4, 2018: Debra Scholl / Dennis Scholl
This may be their most important tip: How the alphabet might inspire the rest of your life! The passionate lives of this Miami couple are creating a legacy for the Miami Art Community. Locust Projects / ArtCenter SF / Mother Tongue Wine / Inside My Studio Film Documentaries
05. Sleeping with Art
May 21, 2018: Mariela Alvarez / Jesse MacDougall
On hand in Miami from the stellar firm ICRAVE in NY, two designers make a quick drive-by visit before their flight back to NY. Their new project is going up near the BASS Museum on Miami Beach. Listen in on how hanging with friends can lead to a super successful career, about selecting artwork and baking designer cupcakes. Coseena
04. The Future Isn't What It Used To Be
May 7, 2018: Tami Katz-Freiman / Ombretta Agró Andruff / Susan Caraballo
Three Miami curators to follow! We sat down to talk about the effect of politics on art and funding, curating for the Venice Biennale, Utah's MOCA and examining man-made violence, and Miami's own floating art+science residency. The Isreali Pavillion at the 2017 Biennale / Art Sail Residency
03. Couples: Making Work & Working It Out
April 23, 2018: Kathleen Hudspeth / Adler Guerrier
1st "Couples" series. Clothespin dolls, growing up in Haiti, working the system, frogs, & gaining poetics in art work. Kathleen's a master printmaker, art educator, founder/director of Turn-Based Press. Adler creates visual dialogues between multiple media, born in Haiti, he's a graduate of New World School of the Arts, and exhibits extensively including in the 2008 Whitney Biennial.
02. The View From Chavon
April 9, 2018: Stephen Kaplan, / Raúl Miyar / Gustavo Fermín
Art & Company takes you to the Chavon School of Design in the Dominican Republic for a talk with the school's rector, and two artists who teach and head up programs there. We got together in the rector's office in the beautiful artist's village at Altos de Chavon. Chavon School of Design
01. Creative Crossovers
April 4, 2018: Neil Ramsay / Thais Fontanelle / Natasha Duwin / Nina Surel / Cat Taylor
1st full podcast! Lunch&Learn with Neil Ramsay, economist/professor/art curator - Thais Fontenelle, director of Minotti Miami/design curator - Natasha Duwin, former president/co-founder of Kipu Systems/artist activist - Nina Surel, artist/director of Collective 62 - Cat Taylor, business/creative strategist.
00. Our Podcast Tailer: Intro with the Host
April 2, 2018: Alette Simmons-Jimenez
Intro and preview by the host of Art & Company: Miami artist Alette Simmons-Jimenez. Art & Company is a new biweekly podcast of spontaneous conversation on art and creativity in Miami and beyond. This short trailer includes audio samples from upcoming guests Neil Ramsey, Thais Fontanel, Dennis Scholl, and Debra Scholl.