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Art World Demystified on WYBC
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Brainard Carey interviews art world personalities from museum directors and curators to critics, philosphers and artists, to help demystify the art world as we know it.
 
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Yale CultureCast on WYBC
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WYBC Yale Radio has its finger on the pulse of the Yale University campus, and brings you Yale’s most exciting talks, lectures, Master’s Teas and other campus events. If there’s an upcoming event that you would like to hear on WYBC Yale Radio, contact us at gm@wybc.com! Listen live at wybc.com/listen.
 
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WYBC SportsWeek
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SportsWeek is Yale’s only sports talk show, featuring coverage of national sports and Yale athletics. Each week we’ll provide an hour of fast-paced debate, entertaining segments, and a platform for the discussion of Yale athletics.
 
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Ideas on WYBC
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Ideas on WYBC is Yale’s premier radio show for intellectuals. Featuring interviews with people of the Yale community, including students, alumni, and faculty, the show aims to engage with the best ideas on campus and lead listeners on fascinating journeys toward knowledge and truth.
 
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TRASH Radio WYBC Yale Radio
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//The show will be a curration of discarded sounds and noises with experiments in the exploration of the ecology of the radio and sound// //Radio will be used both as the instrument of broadcast and as the instrument of composition// //Oral histories will also be broadcast along with old radio and commercial content to both simultaneously dislocate and recontextualized the experience of radio// //The goal of this show will not only consist of continual pleasure as many have dimonstrated the ...
 
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Dinner and a Movie on WYBC
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Join Kelsey and Lara on their weekly date night as they sample New Haven film and food. Each week they will visit a local restaurant, watch a recent movie, and then tell you all the juicy details. Never date unprepared.
 
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Trash Vol.1
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This is volume 1 of Cris Shirley's WYBC Yale Radio Show titled Trash. A noise and associates show. Ze makes sound paintings with the shortwave radio, then plays music/noise they ze associates with those sounds. Some really interesting results along with some amazing tunes are played.
 
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Today on "LoveBabz LoveTalk" host Babz Rawls-Ivy talks with Juan Castillo from 94.3 FM WYBC.
 
Please consider donating to our 2017 pledge drive! Yale Gradcast works hard to bring you new content each month, but we are currently unfunded. Help us keep the project going! Donate here: https://fundly.com/gradcast-2017-pledge-driveVoices on the episode:Nick Curry – Podcast Producer Matt Shafer – Podcast ProducerAlicia Steinmetz – Podcast Pro ...…
 
On this episode, the crew sits down with New Haven's own King Dreams. We discuss his inspirations,his journey thru life and the CT rap scene, and you won't believe his favorite hip-hop album of all time! In typical DEP fashion, its an episode you don't wanna miss!Topics:Stanford Univ. rapist Brock TurnerShould businesses hire ex-cons?Dad vs. So ...…
 
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"The Boom Show" Hosted by Dj Nia Boom
 
Heey Wus Good Fam! It's Musik Mondays and Tonite our Special Guest Fleet DJs Conneticut Manager and DJ for WYBC DJ Platinum! Tune in by phone 323 -443-7518 or log on NiaBoom.com and Dont forget to catch us Thursday 7pm on Fleet DJ Radio FleetDJs.com Lets Go!
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Katia Santibañez was born in Paris, France and moved to NYC in 1990 after she graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, where she studied art from 1985 to 1990. She lives between NYC and Massachusetts. She is a multidisciplinary artist working in painting, drawing, printmaking, video, and photography. She is represented by Morga ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Craig Drennen is an artist based in Atlanta, GA. He is represented by Samsøn gallery in Boston. His most recent solo exhibition was “Craig Drennen Is Awful” at helper in Brooklyn, NY. He has shown in the VoltaBasel art fair in Basel, Switzerland, the MACO art fair in Mexico City, the NEXT art fair in Chicago, and the Untitled art fair in Miami. ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Peggy Cyphers is a painter, professor of art and art writer, who has shown her work in the U.S. and Europe since 1984. She has been the subject of 30 solo exhibitions and 3 two-­‐person exhibitions and participated in over 180 group exhibitions. Selected one person exhibitions include Cross Contemporary Art, (NY) The Proposition, (NY) New York ...…
 
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Susan Kleinberg is a New York-based artist. Her latest piece, KAIROS, derived from her work with the scientific team of the Louvre during 2012-2014, is currently in PROPORTIO at the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice for the 2015 Venice Biennale. “KAIROS” premiered as a work in progress at the Alliance Francaise Venice (situated at the Casino Venier) fo ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Siena is an artist, activist, educator, and communications specialist. Her international work before founding The Void Academy focused on educational initiatives at the intersection of art, technology, and social justice. She has ten years of experience in communications and has led high-profile international press campaigns with coverage in ou ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Leslie Lund is a curator, art historian and gallerist living in New York city. She is poetic, inter-disciplinary and many faceted. While the dividing line between art and life is a thin and transparent one, Lund has traversed this boundary since an early internship in painting conservation at the Ringling Museum. This was followed by graduate s ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Tricia Keightley is a painter based in Brooklyn, New York. After studies at Parsons School of Design and the San Francisco Art Institute, Keightley has exhibited in the United States and internationally in solo and group shows. Her paintings are engineered abstractions comprised of imagined mechanical elements. Keightley has been the recipient ...…
 
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Natalie Alper is an artist whose paintings and drawings, though abstract, reject a restrictive formalist construct, where flatness of pictorial space and any referential connections are excluded. Her work addresses complexities of space and dynamism that connect to both historical spatial structure, such as Tintoretto’s, and mannerist painting. ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Christopher Stackhouse is a writer, artist, curator and teacher. He holds an MFA in Writing/Interdisciplinary Studies from the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College. His books include Seismosis(1913 press), which features his drawings with text by writer/translator John Keene; and a volume of poems, Plural (Counterpath press.) ...…
 
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Adam Boxer has been in the fine arts business for over 25 years, specializing in art of the inter-war period of the 1920s-1930s, particularly the Dada, Surrealist, and Constructivist movements. In 1994, he co-founded Ubu Gallery in New York City and assumed full ownership in 2009. Ubu has presented more than 75 exhibitions of 20th century avant ...…
 
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Michele Thursz born in Lexington, Kentucky. She was raised and now lives in New York City. Her current project is Seek-Art, A cultural production company. www.seek-art.org Thursz co-founded and directed Moving Image Gallery [MIG], NYC, one of the first galleries to show contemporary artists using electronic and computer-based mediums. MIG gave ...…
 
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Carol Szymanski, born in Charlotte, NC. Lives and works in NYC on the Lower East Side. MFA, San Francisco Art Institute; Whitney Museum Studio Program. For Szymanski, art is a form of translation, a way of recoding and transmitting messages received from other sources and transforming them in the process. Interpreting linguistic signs by non-li ...…
 
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Mary Angela Schroth was born in Winchester, Virginia (USA); graduate of Radford University with a double B.A. degree in Classical Studies and English Literature together with a minor in Art History. Worked for CBS News in New York from 1971 to 1976 as assistant to Walter Cronkite. Transferred to Caen (France) in 1977 for French Studies at the U ...…
 
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Sue Carlson earned an MFA in visual art from CAL-ARTS in 1982 and a BA in classical music performance from Case Western Reserve University in 1978. During the 1980’s she trained as a painter by assisting in the studios of Elizabeth Murray and Lucio Pozzi. Her work has been shown at the Sardegna Arte Fiere in Sardinia , Neon Gallery in Bologna, ...…
 
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In June 1998 the Georg Kargl Fine Arts Gallery with an exhibition space of more than 350 m² on 3 levels was opened in Schleifmühlgasse, which has recently developed into one of Vienna’s most renowned gallery districts. Since then Georg Kargl has not only focused on continuous exhibition activities but also on positioning and placing contemporar ...…
 
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Natalie Hope O’Donnell is a curator at the Munch Museum in Oslo, and project leader of the museum’s off-site contemporary art programme, Munchmuseet on the Move. Her educational background includes a BA in Modern History and Politics from the University of Oxford (2002) and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art in Lon ...…
 
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After graduating from Canberra School of Art, playing in bands, and then exhibiting drawing and bookworks in Australia, Alex moved to various countries where he was offered residencies including a Fellow at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts (1992/3), Artist in Residence Glasgow School of Art (1993/4), Artist in Residence Kunstlerhaus Salzburg (19 ...…
 
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Manzur Kargar was born in 1965 in Kabul, Afghanistan. From 1988 – 1991 he studied painting at the University of Fine Arts (HBK) Braunschweig and from 1991 – 1992 at the University of Fine Arts (udk) Berlin. He has lived and worked in Berlin since 1996, with periodical stays in Los Angeles and New York. In addition to being a painter, he is also ...…
 
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Natasha Johns-Messenger is an Australian born American artist and filmmaker based in New York. She is best known for her large-scale site-determined sculptures/installations that examine spatial perception, phenomenology and light. Often, her work is a complex process of imitation, illusion and trickery activated by architectural interventions ...…
 
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Lily Hibberd is an artist and writer, living between France and Australia. Her interdisciplinary practice centres on performance, writing, painting, photography, video and installation. Lily’s projects are developed in long-term local research, forming unique collaborations with isolated or marginalised communities, artists, scientists and hist ...…
 
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Steven Simon, a Los Angeles based artist, builds large, labor-intensive sculptures and installations. Repurposing organic and machine-made materials enables him to create sculptural editorials that imply the fragile balance between technological advancements and natural resources. Simon’s solar-powered creations examine light, space and archite ...…
 
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Camilla Carlberg is a senior curator and a head of department at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. She holds a BA in art history from the University of Stockholm and the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. In her practice as a curator Camilla is interested in emerging artists and in ephemeral art. She think it’s impo ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Brainard Carey lectures on art and art education. He is an artist that collaborates with his wife Delia Carey. Their collaborative, Praxis was included in the Whitney Biennial and they continue to make art, exhibit in biennials as well as conduct workshops and shows for their current project, The Museum of Non-Visible Art. The interviews on thi ...…
 
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Interviews from Yale Radio / Artists, Curators and more
 
Brainard Carey lectures on art and art education. He is an artist that collaborates with his wife Delia Carey. Their collaborative, Praxis was included in the Whitney Biennial and they continue to make art, exhibit in biennials as well as conduct workshops and shows for their current project, The Museum of Non-Visible Art. The interviews on thi ...…
 
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Art World Demystified on WYBC
 
Michael Webb Hon. AIA/LA writes on architecture, design, and travel. He is the author of 26 books, most recentlyModernist Paradise: Niemeyer House, Boyd Collection (Rizzoli) and Venice CA: Art +Architecture in a Maverick Community(Abrams). Previous titles include: Art/ Invention/House,Adventurous Wine Architecture, Brave New Houses: Adventures ...…
 
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Mats Hjelm is a visual artist and a documentary filmmaker. With a 20-year long personal attachment to Detroit, beginning with studies at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, he has done several video installations inspired by the city’s political history. Black Nation (2008) was his first feature documentary film about a Black nationalistic church in ...…
 
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EJ Major is an artist based in London. Initially studying the social sciences at Edinburgh University Major went on to graduate from Nottingham Trent University with a First Class Honours degree in Photography. Additional study included MA courses in Film Studies by distance learning and an MFA Art Practice at Goldsmiths. In talking about her w ...…
 
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Kulapat Yantrasast founded wHY in 2004 after working in Japan as Tadao Ando’s close associate for more than seven years. He was born in Bangkok, Thailand, where he graduated with honors from Chulalongkorn University. He received his M.Arch. and Ph.D. degrees in Architecture from the University of Tokyo, under a Japanese Government scholarship. ...…
 
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GYST – for artists. Karen runs this project as her current art practice, think of it as beyond social practice and relational aesthetics. The goal of this project is to make life better for artists. Karen Atkinson is a media, installation, public artist, independent curator, and collaborator. Atkinson has published and guest edited a number of ...…
 
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Robert Storr is an artist, critic, and curator. In 2006 he was appointed Professor of Painting and Dean of the School of Art at Yale University. Mr. Storr received a B.A. from Swarthmore College in 1972 and an M.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1978. He was curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum ...…
 
Greetings bunnies!!!! Happy Thanksgiving! Follow me on twitter @rachael. Follow me on instagram @1indienation!!! \\ I have a special mix from HOUSE superstar DJ MARKIE GEE. LONDON.NYC. follow him on his http://about.me/markiegee DJ Markie Gee is a dj who defies categorization playing bass-driven, underground dance music. Influenced heavily by J ...…
 
The arepas from Rubamba are really, really good. In this episode, Kelsey and Lara talk about that fact for a good while and also review Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut, Don Jon.
 
Dinner and a Movie is back for season two. In this throwback episode, Kelsey and Lara review New Haven’s take on a classic diner-style brunch and the 1966 war film The Battle of Algiers.
 
Our last episode of the semester, featuring Evan Frondorf and David Carty. Thanks for listening all year — it has certainly been memorable. Here’s the full lineup: 1:10 — NBA Playoffs: Kobe’s tweets, the on-fire Knicks, and Stephen Curry’s first trip to the postseason (13 minutes) 14:00 — NFL Draft: our analysis may be two days old, but the ove ...…
 
In the finale, Kelsey and Laura review Japanese animated drama From Up On Poppy Hill and the restaurant Thai Pan Asian. They are joined by special guests Tara Abraham and Thomas Rokholt. Don’t miss the stunning conclusion to this season of Dinner and a Movie!
 
Ideas spoke with Ifeanyi Awachie ’14, a former Music Director and News Director at WYBC and the future Head Freshman Counselor at Timothy Dwight College. Speaking to us from London, we discussed her decision to study there for a semester, the social and nightlife scene in the city, and whether she has a British accent. You can follow Ifeanyi’s ...…
 
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WYBC SportsWeek
 
SPECIAL SPORTSWEEK FROM YALE’S FRIDAY OPEN PRACTICE Join Evan Frondorf, Konrad Coutinho, and Nell Meosky for a special edition of SportsWeek from Yale’s open practice on Friday morning at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh as they get ready to face local rival Quinnipiac tomorrow for the national championship. We’ve got the postgame press c ...…
 
On this SportsWeek, we reflect on the conclusion of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, while looking ahead to the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four starting tomorrow in Pittsburgh. We’ve got: 1:00 — Louisville won the national title on Monday night. But did Michigan make it too easy by benching Trey Burke during the first half? (10 minutes) 11:00 — And ...…
 
In week 7, Dinner and a Movie gets gory. Well, ideally they would have ordered rare steaks, but these two vegetarians did their best. Listen to Kelsey and Lara review New Haven restaurant Prime 16 and the new horror film Evil Dead.
 
An unconventional SportsWeek where Yale sports comes first — why? Because the Bulldogs are headed to the FROZEN FOUR for the first time since 1952!! Here’s the lineup: 0:30 — Frozen Four reaction, discussion (5 minutes) 5:00 — Highlights from Yale vs. North Dakota game (4 minutes) 10:00 — Postgame interview with Jesse Root ’14, MVP of the NCAA ...…
 
After a three week hiatus, Dinner and a Movie is back with its wildest episode yet. Listen to hear Kelsey and Lara’s review of New Haven taco-joint Tomatillo, their many thoughts on Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers, and about their own spring breaks (which, to be clear, were nothing like this film).
 
Before Yale plays Minnesota in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (hockey, of course), Konrad Coutinho, Tayo Ajayi, and Evan Frondorf chatted with Katie Baker ’05. Katie wrote for Mediaite, Deadspin, and Gawker before arriving at Grantland as a staff writer. We discuss Yale’s chances in the tournament, their sustained success over the past ...…
 
Most of the WYBC Sports crew showed up for yesterday’s episode: Evan Frondorf, Sam Bernstein, Tayo Ajayi, Sun-Kyu Kim, Konrad Coutinho, and newcomer David Carty. And as you might imagine, all the different voices in the room made for a great discussion. Here’s the lineup: 0:55: SportsWeek — Now featuring one of Seventeen‘s “Top 25 Hottest Colle ...…
 
On this episode of Ideas, we sat down with Yale Biology Professor Robert Wyman, who teaches a course called “Global Problems of Population Growth.” We discussed the leading issues surrounding population growth, including sustainability, fertility, and how this growth varies in different regions around the world. Length: 32 minutes 46 seconds…
 
If you see Donovan McNabb on a plane with his wife, when is it okay to go up and ask for a picture? We debate that burning question and more on this edition of SportsWeek. The lineup: 0:50 — Who’s deserving of a No. 1 seed in the upcoming NCAA (basketball) tournament? (7 minutes) 8:30 — Bubble team discussion: St. Mary’s, Providence, Cincinnati ...…
 
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