PUBLIC is radio show that takes works of art chosen by community members and interprets it through music. PUBLIC is presented by Louisville Visual Art, hosted by Keith Waits on Louisville based radio station ART+FM. Live Thursdays 10-11pm, or check out past shows here.
Gaela Erwin was our first guest on PUBLIC this week. She discussed her 2 new exhibits opening at Hite Institute’s Cressman Center and The Speed Museum. Following her was be Keith Stone, who has a show at garner narrative right now. PUBLIC airs Thursdays, 10am-11am, on 97.1 WXOX-FM, or stream it on Artxfm.com.
“Good Morning”, by Noah Hewett-Ball, is part of the new LVA exhibit at Metro Hall, and Noah joined us in the Artxfm studio to talk about his work on PUBLIC. Noah is also a member of the band CABIN, and we played several songs from their most recent release, It Is What It Looks Like.
We also talked with Whitney Foster, who works on the show, about AMC, or arthrogryposis multiplex congenita. June 30 was AMC Awareness Day.
Cook Studio & Gallery located at 1832 Frankfort Avenue announced their grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to be held on Friday, June 24th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. to coincide with Frankfort Avenue’s FAT Friday Trolley Hop.
Owners Andy and Kelly Cook have been working together on art, music, and literature since they met in 2010. They joined us in the WXOX-FM 97.1 studio on PUBLIC. to talk about their latest adventure!
Rebecca Norton (center w/ award) is the recipient of the 2016 Hadley Prize and was our guest in the studio tomorrow (Thursday) on PUBLIC. Anne McKune (2nd fr. right) from the Community Foundation of Louisville also joined us. WXOX-FM 97.1 in Louisville or stream on A R T x F M
Dorothy Hawkins’ “Rainbow Horsey” from the current exhibition at StudioWorks, “Party Animals”. Heather Drury joined us this week to talk about that show and the Spring Zing event at Zoom Group. We also spent some time remembering Muhammad Ali. PUBLIC airs Thursdays at 10am on 97.1 WXOX-LP or stream it inArtxfm.com
Bette Levy was up first to talk about her retrospective at The Patio Gallery, followed by violinist Jane Halliday, who will be playing during the opening for Philip High & Keith Kleespies’ exhibit at Lettersong Gallery during The Butchertown Art Fair .
(due to technical difficulties, this week’s archive is in two files)