Shows and Guests

Episode 8: Austin Art History Storytelling (Part 2)



Jaime Salvador Castillo - Artist, Independent Curator, Writer & past service to the Austin Arts Commission & Art in Public Places since the early 2000's. Erin Cunningham - Artist & Founding Member of ICOSA Collective since 2015. Rebecca Marino - Artist, Current Associate Director, Texas State University Galleries in San Marcos, Co-Founder and Co-Editor of Conflict of Interest, Gallery Director, Pump Project, and Gallery Coordinator/Curator of Pump Project’s Flex Space Gallery in the mid 2010's. Naomi Schlinke - Austin Artist since the early 1990's.

Episode 7: Austin Art History Storytelling (Part 1)



Robert Boland - Austin Artist since the mid 2000's & Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Vault Fine Arts Services since 2012.  Annette DiMeo Carlozzi - Curator and Writer based in Austin since 1996, Chris Cowden - Executive Director of Women and Their Work since 1986. Robert Faires - Senior Arts Editor of the Austin Chronicle from 1993-2021.

Episode 6: The State of Art Writing in Austin



Annette DiMeo Carlozzi
has built an expansive practice as a curator of modern and contemporary art with a keen eye for emerging talent and a steadfast commitment to looking beyond labels. Carlozzi now creates the occasional special project and offers support to artists and creative enterprises throughout our region. Emily Lee is an artist, art writer and organizer from the Texas Gulf Coast. Lee is the founder of All the Sudden. Lauren Moya Ford is an artist and writer based in Betanzos, Spain. Through her work as an art writer, Ford has published more than 250 exhibition and book reviews, essays, and interviews in print and online sources. Moderated by Laura Wehrman, founder of landSPACE: a kunsthall.

Episode 5: Art and Education



Moderated by Sono Osato. Featuring: Mikaela Andres - Programs Director of MINDPOP in affiliation with the Creative Learning Initiative in Austin Independent School District. Sarah Chestnut - Senior Manager of Learning and Interpretation at the Contemporary Austin, overseeing all K-12 and educator programs, including Seeing Special Things. Yulyia Lanina - Assistant Professor of Practice, Department of Arts and Entertainment Technologies at the University of Texas.

Episode 4: Art and Technology



The fourth talk show started to unpack the inter-relationship between art and tech. It was the tip of the iceberg, but a great tip it was. Kevin Ivester was joined by digital artist Tyler Hobbs, art collector Matt Miller and interdisciplinary artist and leader in social practice, Lisa B. Woods.

Episode 3: Art Collecting



Jill Schroeder is joined by Shalini Ramanathan, Amy Sawtelle and Chris Tomlinson to discuss why they collect, how to over come people's intimidation about entering a gallery or museum, and creating a stronger collector culture in Austin.

Episode 2: DIY Art Spaces



Jamey Poole was joined by Sean Gaulager of Co-Lab Projects, Emily Lee of All the Sudden and Mai Snow of Shed Shows.

Episode 1: Brick and Mortar Galleries



In this first episode founder Sono Osato is joined by Kevin Ivester of Ivester Contemporary, Jamey Poole of Lora Reynolds Gallery, and Jill Schroeder of Gray Duck Gallery to discuss what makes a healthy art scene, how to get the tech wealth that's pouring into Austin to buy art and support art, opportunities and elevating Austin's art scene to retain it's prodigeous talent.