WPKN Archives Archive Feed: fritzhorstman Archived radio content http://www.wpkn.org/ Sun, 27 Nov 2022 12:43:02 GMT WPKN Archives Archive Feed: fritzhorstman http://www.wpkn.org/ https://wpkn.streamrewind.com//banners/7.png 850 192 Live Culture with Martha Willette Lewis: episode 50 Spring Sprung https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/bookmarks/listen/259475 <p><a href="https://mailchi.mp/ddcd21fd9550/this-saturday-on-live-culture-spring-sprung?e=8602659560">https://mailchi.mp/ddcd21fd9550/this-saturday-on-live-culture-spring-sprung?e=8602659560</a></p> <p>This Month on <strong>Live Culture</strong> I am delighted to present a conversation with curator/artist <strong>Fritz Horstman </strong>and artist <strong>Leila Daw</strong> about the forth coming exhibit <strong><em>Water Access</em></strong> at the<strong> Ely Center of Contemporary Art</strong> New Haven, located at 51 Trumbull Street. The show runs from May 5 - June 23, 2019. There will be an opening reception on Sunday, May 5, from 2-4pm.</p> <p>The exhibit includes work by: <strong>Richard Barlow, Marilyn Crocker, Leila Daw, Daniel Eugene, Alexander Harding, Amy Jean Porter, James Prosek, Scott Schuldt, Gina Siepel, Joseph Smolinski</strong> and was curated by <strong>Fritz Horstman.</strong></p> <p>The artists in <em><strong>Water Access</strong></em> deal head-on with the ubiquitous and vital resource of water. Working in photography, sculpture, painting, drawing and beadwork, they show their sensitivities to the complicated human relationship with water. Some of the work is overtly political in its environmental concern. Others depict its sublime qualities, its mundane aspects, the life it supports, or the ways in which we interact with it. More about the exhibit <a href="https://www.elycenter.org/mayjune-exhibitions">here</a></p> <p>During the second half of <strong>Live Culture</strong> there will be a discussion direct from the<strong> Colorblends House &amp; Spring Garden's Artist's Reception &amp; Spring Celebration</strong> in Bridgeport with the projects organizers and artists. The celebration is on Saturday, April 27th. from 10-6 pm, and offers a colorful garden of tulips and bulbs and an art exhibition featuring work by local artists: <strong>Benjamin Casiano, Bob Keating, Chandler Davis, David Joel Pratt, Jahmane, Jennifer Williams, JodiAnn Strmiska, Katie Jurkiewicz, looketha, Michael J Clocks, Nancy Moore, Patrice Barrett, Tara Blackwell </strong>and<strong> Vasilisa Romanenko</strong> in the newly renovated Colonial Revival mansion on the grounds.<br /> <strong>Colorblends House &amp; Spring Garden</strong> is located at 893 Clinton Avenue in Bridgeport, CT.<br /> The event is free and open to the public and street parking is plentiful.. More about Colorblends House and Spring Garden <a href="http://www.colorblendsspringgarden.com/">here</a></p> <p><a href="https://mailchi.mp/ddcd21fd9550/this-saturday-on-live-culture-spring-sprung?e=8602659560"><br /> </a></p> https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/bookmarks/listen/259475 Sat, 27 Apr 2019 11:00:00 GMT Live Culture with Martha Willette Lewis -- Episode 26 https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/bookmarks/listen/182695 <p><strong>&nbsp;The nature of art :&nbsp;</strong><strong>This month we have two sets of guest who bring together the visual arts and music.</strong></p> <p>We begin with <em><strong>Home Winds</strong></em>, a book of photographs that comes with it's own song!</p> <p><br /> This new publication from <strong>Planthouse Gallery</strong> celebrates the trees on an old New Jersey Farm, and speaks of time, the importance of stewardship and the longing for home. I will be in discussion with acclaimed photographer <strong>Benjamin Swett</strong>, singer/songwriter <strong>Heather Woods Broderick</strong> about this project.</p> <p>Over the course of a year, Swett captured the essence of <strong>Home Winds Farm</strong> through a series of portraits of the maples, beeches, lindens and black cherry trees that have populated the land for decades. The farm has been preserved under the <strong>New Jersey Farmland Preservation Program</strong>, ensuring the land would be protected forever for agricultural use. Broderick&rsquo;s tribute song is a soulful ballad inspired by memories from her own upbringing on forested land in the Northeast. Proceeds from the release of the song <em><strong>Home Winds</strong></em> will bene&iuml;&not;&Acirc;&Acirc;&Acirc;&Acirc;t institutions devoted to &iuml;&not;&Acirc;&Acirc;&Acirc;&Acirc;ghting climate change. Home Winds, the book and record, come out on April 28, to coincide with the exhibition at <strong>Planthouse Gallery</strong>, April 28 &ndash; June 20, in New York City.</p> <p><strong>Benjamin Swett</strong> is a New York-based writer and photographer with an interest in combining<strong><em> photographs and text. His books include New York City of Trees </em></strong>(2013),<strong><em> </em></strong><strong><em>The Hudson Valley: A Cultural Guide</em></strong> (2009), <em><strong>Route 22</strong></em> (2007), and <em><strong>Great Trees of New York City: A Guide</strong></em> (2000). He has worked as a newspaper reporter and was a writer and photographer for the <strong>New York City Parks Department</strong> for thirteen years before taking up photography full-time in 2001. His book <em><strong>New York City of Trees</strong></em> won the 2013 <strong>New York City Book Award</strong> for Photography and his photographs are included in public collections such as the <strong>Museum of the City of New York</strong> as well as in corporate and private collections.<br /> <strong><br /> Heather Woods Broderick</strong> is a singer/ songwriter born in the state of Maine to a musical family, She currently lives in Oregon. A professional touring musician, Heather's work often invokes ideas of home and place. She sings, plays piano, cello, guitar and flute and has worked accompanying other artists as well as launching her solo career. She has two albums out: <em><strong>Glider</strong></em> and <em><strong>From the Ground</strong></em>.<br /> <br /> During the second half we speak with <strong>Fritz Horstman</strong> a visual artist who also has an audio component to his work-- writing, playing and singing as a part of the duo <strong>Spacelover,</strong> with <strong>Meredith Andrews</strong>. Much of Fritz&rsquo;s recent work has centered around water and fluid systems such as rivers. He has described his work as addressing &ldquo;the ever-moving seam between nature and culture&rdquo;. He currently has work up at<strong> ODETTA gallery</strong> in Brooklyn as a part of the show <strong><em>River Woman</em></strong>, and was selected to participate in the current <strong>deCordova Biennial</strong> at the <strong>deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park</strong>, where he has projects both in the gallery space and outdoors. He has also traveled to do work at residencies in Japan and in the Arctic Circle, and more locally as resident artist at the <strong>Yale Peabody Museum</strong>.&nbsp;</p> <p>More about this months guests can be found at:</p> <p>http://www.benjaminswett.com/<br /> http://www.heatherwoodsbroderick.com/<br /> http://planthouse.net/home-winds/</p> <p>http://www.fritzhorstman.com/<br /> https://spacelover.bandcamp.com/</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/https://wpkn.streamrewind.com/bookmarks/listen/182695 Sat, 29 Apr 2017 10:59:30 GMT