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December 14, 2005: We hear holiday memories from members of the community that have been touched by artists.
December 7, 2005: Steven deLuque and Crissa Hewitt travel to south to a show of Native American Contemporary Art displayed in the gallery of the Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara on Chapala Street.
November 9, 2005: Crissa and Steven discuss the accomplishments of local gallery owner Gail Johnson.
November 2, 2005: Part two of a two part series with photographer Joe Schwartz, and gallery owner Michael Shapiro. Joe's latest exhibit is the San Luis Obispo Art Center.
October 19, 2005: Part one of a two part series with photographer Joe Schwartz, and gallery owner Michael Shapiro. Joe's latest exhibit is the San Luis Obispo Art Center.
October 12, 2005: Ears on Art visits a marble carving studio in Pietrasanta, Italy. Hear how Studio Sem was revived in the 60's and why. Today, artists come from around the world to work here or to have their pieces brought to life here through the skill of the carvers in this small town.
September 14, 2005: This week's guest is Fernando Botero, an internationally recognized Columbian painter and sculptor.
September 7, 2005: Ears on Art visits with L.A. Times reporter Reed Johnson who is stationed in Mexico City where he covers the arts and culture of Latin America.
August 10, 2005: Part two of our interview with artist Bruce Beasley.
August 3, 2005: In the first of a two part program, sculptor Bruce Beasley talks about his philosophy and his passions. An Oakland based artist of international reputation, Mr. Beasley creates medium to large scale abstract forms.
July 13, 2005: A talk with local artist Sue McKee. She is currently engaged in an artistic process: Documentation of a life changing experience after a year spent in China teaching English.
July 6, 2005: Ears on Art travels north for a conversation with the curator at the Oakland Museum, Phil Linhares. He has just put together a 45 year retrospective of the work of sculptor Bruce Beasley which will be on display through July. Bruce is a resident of Oakland, but his work has received international recognition.
June 8, 2005: This is the second of a two-part series about pastel. Today Crissa Hewitt talks with the incoming President, and the Treasurer of the Pastel Society of the West Coast.
June 1, 2005: The World of Pastel. Today Steven deLuque catches up with the juror for the recently held Pastel Society of the West Coast annual international exhibition which took place at the San Luis Obispo Art Center.
May 11, 2005: Crissa Hewitt takes an insider's look at the California Sculpture Symposium which just took place at Camp Ocean Pines in Cambria.
May 4, 2005: A trip to Ventura to visit Art City a stone carving studio and supplier nestled in the outskirts of the city.
April 20, 2005: A continuation of Steven and Crissa's exploration of the Carriso Plains
April 13, 2005: Steven and Crissa journey to the Carriso Plains (Part 1) and talk to members of the San Luis Outdoor Painters Enterprise (SLOPE). Members include: Linda Anderson, Alfredo Arciniaga, John Barnard, Nancy Becker, Gayle Brucher, Marguerite Costigan, Kathleen Davis, Dotty Hawthorne, Anne Laddon, Judy Lyon, Jason Mayr, LaVerne McDonnell, Fayrene Parrish, Shireley Pittman, Denise Schryver, Mosanne Seitz, Laurel Sherrie, Libby Tolley, and Jeanette Wolf
March 2, 2005: Crissa and Steven interview photographer Howard Steinburg
February 9, 2005: Digital Photography. Guests are Sky Bergman and Beryl Reichenberg.
February 2, 2005: Photography as an Art Form. Guests include Carol Astaire
January 12, 2005: Julia Child discusses the art of cooking (Part 2)
January 5, 2005: A rebroadcast of Crissa and Steven's interview with Master Chef Julia Child, recorded in 2002 (Part 1)
November 4, 2004: Italian marble workers of Pietrasanta, Italy
September 3, 2004: Elaine Bagsley, Bay Area painter and former SLO resident discusses her life’s work
August 4, 2004: Jerome Witkin, narrative painter, Syracuse New York (1 hour)
July 1, 2004: Walking the Blanket; a musical ritual for the treatment of a newly woven wool blanket featuring Norman Kennedy
June 3, 2004: A talk with Walter Hopps, curator, art historian (Part 2)
May 6, 2004: A talk with Walter Hopps, curator, art historian (Part 1)
March 4, 2004: Meg Johnson and the Hales talking about their work with clay
February 5, 2004: Working with clay; Henry Wessels and Alice Sennett
October 2, 2003: Italian marble workers of Pietrasanta, Italy (Part 2)
September 4, 2003: Italian marble workers of Pietrasanta, Italy (Part 1)
April 3, 2003: Nancy Kienholz, artist and collaborator/wife of Ed Kienholz (Part 2)
March 6, 2003: Nancy Kienholz, artist and collaborator/wife of Ed Kienholz (Part 1)