Episodes

Dustin Steuck and Noah Purifoy Outdoor Museum

This week Sarah has an exciting interview with local artist Dustin Steuck. Jasa reports on the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Museum. In the news, we discuss the recent denial of filmmakers and actors to the Arab Film Festival, held in the Twin Cities.

Music by the Von Tramps!

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References:

Dustin Steuck Website

Noah Purifoy Website

Wild West Dada Article

“For the first time in 13 years, Arab Film Festival filmmakers and actors denied entrance to the U.S.” – CityPages

Jacob Allers Hatlie and Humanize My Hoodie

This week we reverse our usual roles and Jasa will be presenting an interview with artist Jacob Allers Hatlie, who creates unexpected, yet meaningful combinations of drawing and text. Sarah addresses an opening she attended of Humanize My Hoodie and also speaks further about other awareness and activist exhibitions around the Twin Cities. In the news, we talk about the discontinuation of the Art Shanties Project, which will not be making an appearance in 2019 and what we can do show our support. And, as always, our music has been provided by the wonderful The Von Tramps!

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References:

Jacob Allers Hatlie Instagram

Humanize My Hoodie

“Minneapolis’ Art Shanty Projects aren’t happening in 2019” – City Pages

Give to the Max Day

Bonus Episode: Erin Sandsmark on Body Image Extended Interview

SOTAland, we have a treat for you! Sarah’s interview with Erin was just so full poignant conversation, a bonus episode begged to be released! This mid-week treat features a clip of Erin speaking to body image in relation to her art practice. Please enjoy this more in-depth look into the artist’s practice! Don’t forget to check out her work on Instagram- @erinsandsmark.

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Erin Sandsmark and Dear 1968,…

Greetings SOTA listeners! We have some major power ladies to discuss this episode. Sarah presents an interview with body-positive Twin Cities figure painter, Erin Sandsmark. Jasa continues to cover the “beyond” by delving into the exhibition Dear 1968,… by artist Sadie Barnette, which was presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. In art news, we discuss the New Orleans Museum of Art’s new mobile museum, NOMA+ and speculate on how a similar model could be applicable to the Twin Cities. This episode also features a special guest, Sarah’s cat, Kitty. We apologize for his outlandish interjections.

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References:

Erin Sandsmark’s Website

Dear 1968,… at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

“A New Orleans Museum Is Now Mobile, Transforming How People See Art” – Hyperallergic

Art Adventure at Minneapolis Institute of Art

Great Things on the Way!

Hello SOTA listeners! SOTA is on a break this week. But, never to fear! That’s just because we have some really exciting things coming up! We don’t want to spoil it but…we have an artist interview in the works from someone who is IMMENSELY talented and you will not want to miss it! Also, we have a pretty sweet review coming up that has a surprise to it! We’ll resume our regular posting, which will be on September 9th. Looking forward to bringing you up to speed on the State of the Arts!