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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Savona Bailey-McClain. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Savona Bailey-McClain, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Savona Bailey-McClain. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Savona Bailey-McClain, often where they are interviewed.

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State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-Mcclain 11-19-2019

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FortGansevoort, in association with Pavel Zoubok Fine Arts present Vanessa German, TRAMPOLINE:Resilience &
Black Body& Soul. We talk with Vanessa German about this exhibition in Meatpacking District on Ninth Avenue near
Little 12th Street. State of the Arts NYC learns what inspire her current show and how her artistic practice involved.

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Nov 22 2019 · 32mins
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State of the Arts NYC with Savona Bailey-McClain 11_12_2019

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This week on State of the Arts NYC we have Tiffany Rea-Fisher Artistic Director of the Elisa Monte Dance Company
and Monique Martin, Director of Programming of Harlem Stage. We talk on H.E.R., a new dance work that will
premiere in 2020.

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Nov 21 2019 · 31mins
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State of the Arts NYC 2/26/2019 with host Savona Bailey-McClain

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State of the Arts NYC is pleased to have dancer/choreographer Jonah Bokaer back on our show. Bokaer talks with us

about his Center for Performance Research in Williamsburg. Bokaer's Foundation secured affordable rehearsal

space for dance in a 4,000 sq. ft commercial condominium. Space is an issue in NYC for visual and performance

artist. We talk with Bokaer on what we can as a City.

Mar 12 2019 · 24mins
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State of the Arts NYC 11/22/2018 with host Savona Bailey-McClain

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This week on State of the Arts NYC we have Esther Adler, Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints at The Museum of Modern Art. We talk about Charles White and the retrospective MoMA has organized for the first time in a major American museum.

White’s far-reaching vision of a socially committed practice attracted promising young artists, including many artists of color, and he became one of the 20th century’s most important and dedicated teachers. Acclaimed contemporary artists David Hammons and Kerry James Marshall were among his many students: as Marshall reflected, “Under Charles White’s influence I always knew that I wanted to make work that was about something: history, culture, politics, social issues. … It was just a matter of mastering the skills to actually do it.”

Nov 22 2018 · 22mins
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State of the Arts NYC 10/25/2018 with host Savona Bailey-McClain

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This week on State of the Arts NYC we have joining us the President and Vice President of IFPDA. That's David Tunick and Mary Ryan. This prestigious fair opens today at the River Pavilion at the Jacob Javitis Center along the Hudson River. 

The International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) is the authority on fine art prints and their connoisseurship and collection. Now with more than 160 members in thirteen countries, members of the IFPDA reflect a worldwide community of expert art dealers from old master to contemporary as well as publishers of editions by internationally renowned contemporary artists.

Oct 31 2018 · 26mins
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State of the Arts NYC 10/11/2018 with host Savona Bailey-McClain

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From a young age, Nathaniel Mary Quinn learned how to draw from his father sitting at the kitchen table. His natural ability allowed him to befriend many tough guys in his Chicago neighborhood. Quinn earned a positive reputation access to subjects who felt comfortable around him. This powerful and insightful interview takes you in the world of this artist. A graduate of Wabash College and NYU, this artist uses acrylic, charcoal, gouache, oil and gold leaf to convey his fractured style. Quinn is one of three featured artists in his first museum show For Opacity at the Drawing Center in SoHo. The artists were selected to spotlight relationships in their works.
Oct 11 2018 · 32mins