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December 13, 2006: The annual holiday episode: This program features a collection of short stories written and told by members of the community featuring tales of some memorable art acquisition.
December 6, 2006: Ears on Art reports from the Paso Gathering annual fundraiser for the Pioneer Museum.
November 8, 2006: Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque interviews Santa Barbara artists Dane Goodman and Marie Schoeff (CHEF). Their exhibit is on display at Cal Poly's University Art Gallary.
November 1, 2006: Hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven DeLuque travel to the Pioneer Museum in Paso Robles for an interview with director Bob Bryant and artist Vel Miller. Both are involved in the 14th Annual Paso Gathering held at the museum.
October 11, 2006: Crissa speaks with choir director Lino Viviani, from Pietrasanta, Italy.
September 13, 2006: This is part two of a tribute to art education featuring a conversation with Bernice Loughran Nicholson and Professor Susan Duffy.
September 6, 2006: This is the first of a two part program featuring the work of two women who have dedicated their lives to art education. The first show features a conversation with Professor emeritus June King McFee
August 9, 2006: A look at the ancient art form of tattoos
August 2, 2006: Ears on Art explores the artistic side of the Mid-State Fair.
July 12, 2006: Part two of an interview with photographer, Erik Lauritzen.
July 5, 2006: Part one of a two part program featuring an interview with Erik Lauritzen a photographer whose lifetime of work, past and future, is in the collection of the University of Santa Cruz library.
June 7, 2006: Ears on Art visits the current exhibition of wood turnings entitled "California Contours" now on view at the San Luis Obispo Art Center.
April 12, 2006: This week is a discussion with Marta Paluso, Executive Dirctor of the San Luis Obispo County Arts Council who is responsible for initiating the Ruth Fash Memorial Lecture Series.
April 5, 2006: Today begins a two part series featuring Performance Art innovator Rachel Rosenthal. Beginning in the early 60s Ms. Rosenthal became a leader in the then new genre of artistic expression.
March 1, 2006: Crissa and Steven continue their visit with Marvin Harden.
February 15, 2006: Co-hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven deLuque travel to a mountain top to visit with Marvin Harden whose disciplines are drawing and painting
February 1, 2006: A visit with internationally known glass artist, Marvin Lipofsky who currently has an exhibition of his work at the University Art Gallery in the Dexter Building at Cal Poly
January 11, 2006: Hosts Crissa Hewitt and Steven Deluque visit with Daniel Dove the new painting instructor in Cal Poly's Art and Design Department
January 4, 2006: Internationally known sculptor Manuel Neri. Manuel lives in the Bay Area and works there as well as in his studio in Carrara, Italy.