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March 2021 Art Talk

This months guests are…

 

 


February 2021 2nd Friday Art Talk

2nd Friday February guests:

Carolynn Aundrea Haydu:
https://www.instagram.com/carolynn_haydu/
East Bay Artists 2020 Featured Art


Dave Sylvester:
https://dksylvesterart.myportfolio.com/
East Bay Artists 2020 Featured Art


Christina Spiegel:
http://www.likeallofyou.com/
East Bay Artists 2020 Featured Art


2020/2021 Archives: Visit The Current Art Talk Page.

Photo by Howard Harawitz

Victor Mavedzenge talks with photographer, activist, musician and programmer Howard Harawitz

A live discussion on what it was like living through historical moments of the 60’s and 70’s. Howard’s photographs focus on the Free Speech, Anti War Movements and organizations like The Black Panther Party fighting for the Civil Rights.

Find out how this time compares to the world he sees today? How has it progressed? And How technology has impacted his work.

See Howard’s work…
http://harawitz.com

And be sure to join us on 2nd Friday. A zoom link will posted by 7pm right here.


 

 Live Stream
Virtual Art Talk on 2nd Friday, December 11th, 7:30PM with your host Victor Mavedzenge

2nd Friday November guests: You! Join Now!
Sit back, grab a beer and let’s take a look at the East Bay Artists 2020 book together.  Let’s discuss how we have been coping over the last year, what keeps us going & what we are looking forward to in 2021!

With the world facing so many challenges, artists are deeply impacted. With no exhibitions, shows to perform at or an audience to visit their studios, the economic and social impact is immeasurable.  You are invited to a panel discussion led by Victor Mavedzenge in collaboration with ArtPush.org where artists discuss their state, coping mechanisms and hopes for the future.

East Bay Artists 2020 Limited edition available at: Order before it’s too late!
Books Inc Alameda: In store only. https://www.booksinc.net/Alameda
Online at Artpush.org


 Live Stream

 Live Stream
Virtual Art Talk on 2nd Friday, November 13th, 7:30PM with your host Victor Mavedzenge

2nd Friday November guests:

Smokie Arce “Rena De Taino” (Indigenous Tiano art- spray paint/ink/acrylic)


 Live Stream
Virtual Art Talk on 2nd Friday, October 9th, 7:30PM with your host Victor Mavedzenge

Watch October’s show now!


Friday’s Show: Victor Mavedzenge interviews 5 local east bay artists who will be discussing their work accepted in the upcoming East Bay Art Book.

With the world facing so many challenges, artists are deeply impacted. With no exhibitions, shows to perform at or an audience to visit their studios, the economic and social impact is immeasurable.  You are invited to a panel discussion led by Victor Mavedzenge in collaboration with ArtPush.org where artists discuss their state, coping mechanisms and hopes for the future.

October 9th Guest List
Bonnie Randall Boller: www.bonnieclayart.com

Raymond Haywood: RaymondLHaywood.com

Paige Tashner: https://www.purrpods.art 

Heidi Brueckner: heidibrueckner.com

Mi Hang Ho:www.mihangho.com

* Meet the other artists in the book!

* Buy The Book! This is a limited edition. We can not guarantee books will be available after October 31st.  Order now to reserve your copy!

* All proceeds from sales will benefit the non-profit organization ArtPush. ArtPush promotes the arts and brings art to the community in a variety of ways.


Watch September’s show now!  Select the arrow to play.

   Live Stream
Virtual Art Talk on 2nd Friday, 7:30PM with your host Victor Mavedzenge

2nd Friday’s Guest: September: Producer & Director Pam Uzzell
Topic: Discussion on her latest documentary: Shelter In Displacement

2nd Friday’s Guest: September: Producer & Director Pam Uzzell
Topic: Discussion on her latest documentary: Shelter In Displacement

Pamela Uzzell is an award-winning documentary producer, director and editor. Her feature-length documentary, Unearthing the Dream, featured on Arkansas Public Television as part of their independent producer series, won Best Documentary at the Arkansas Black Independent Film Festival, as well as an Indie Award of Merit.

Pamela Uzzell is an award-winning documentary producer, director and editor. Her feature-length documentary, Unearthing the Dream, featured on Arkansas Public Television as part of their independent producer series, won Best Documentary at the Arkansas Black Independent Film Festival, as well as an Indie Award of Merit.

Date:September 11th, 2020
Location : http://fridayartwalk.com/virtual-art-walk/
Time 7:30  -8:30 PST
Let us know you are coming RSVP

With the world facing so many challenges, artists are deeply impacted. With no exhibitions, shows to perform at or an audience to visit their studios, the economic and social impact is immeasurable.  You are invited to a panel discussion led by Victor Mavedzenge in collaboration with ArtPush.org where artists discuss their state, coping mechanisms and hopes for the future.

Shelter In Displacement from Filmsight Productions on Vimeo.

Call For Art: East Bay Art Book

Project Overview: ArtPush is seeking East Bay artists to submit work for it’s very first Juried East Bay Art book. All themes and subjects are welcome. The goal of this book is to showcase some of the East Bay’s most talented artists.
* All proceeds from sales will benefit the non-profit organization ArtPush.

Eligibility: All practicing visual East Bay artists.
Medium: 2 Dimensional Visual Art.  Includes but is not limited to: Printmaking, Mixed Media, Paintings, Photography & Illustrations.
Entry Deadline: 9/30/20
Entry Fee: Free to enter.
Eligibility, Application and Deadline
How To Submit: Carefully read all of the instructions before registering & applying.
https://artpush.org/artbook/

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Click to watch August’s show now!


2nd Friday Art Talk  with host Victor Mavedzenge

  • August 14th Topics
    The de Young Open, a juried community art exhibition welcoming submissions by artists who live in the nine Bay Area counties.

With the world facing so many challenges, artists are deeply impacted. With no exhibitions, shows to perform at or an audience to visit their studios, the economic and social impact is immeasurable.
You are invited to a panel discussion led by Victor Mavedzenge in collaboration with ArtPush.org where artists discuss their state, coping mechanisms and hopes for the future.

Date:August 14th, 2020
Location : http://fridayartwalk.com/virtual-art-walk/
Time 7:30  -8:30 PST
Let us know you are coming RSVP

       


      Introduction to 2nd Friday’s guests

      Yolanda Cotton-Turner: https://cottonturner.com/
      Art Accepted as part of the DeYoung Exhibit: Lithograph of the Black Panthers program.

      Zoë Boston: https://www.zoebostonart.com/
      Art Accepted as part of the DeYoung Exhibit: ‘The voice of Silence”

      More guests TBA


      * June 12ths 2nd Friday Art Talk.  See more information about the artists below.
      “Artists in challenging times.  How are they doing and what is the outlook?” with host Victor Mavedzenge 


      BRUSH Podcast
      Studio 23 is featuring the BRUSH Podcast Interview with local artist Chrissantus Granillo
      Direct Art inquiries to Chrissantus Granillo
      please visit @ChrisGranilloArtPage You can view the interview on Studio23.com until July 1st.

      For more BRUSH Podcast interviews visit https://brushpodcast.com/

      BRUSH is a virtual artist community with a mission to share Art through many channels: podcast, video podcast and livestream. Grow your audience with voice and visuals with BRUSH- inquiries, email [email protected]

      Expand your audience through podcasts, video podcasts and live stream. In the virtual space, your art can prosper with the power of voice and visual connections. Want to learn more?  BOOK NOW


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