Podcasts

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Laurie Olin

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Landscape Architect and 2012 National Medal of Arts Recipient

Laurie Olin on the work of landscape architecture—balancing nature and cultivation. [32:45]

President and CEO of Arts Quest

Reclaiming the abandoned Bethlehem Steel Plant for the arts gives a region new life.

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Jane Chu

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Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts

NEA Chairman Jane Chu talks about her ideas for the agency and the place of the arts in her own life.

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Janet Kagan

Photo: Courtesy of Janet Kagan

Art-Force Director

Art-Force: Artists revitalizing rural manufacturing.

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Jen Masengarb

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Chicago Architecture Foundation

Jen Masengarb explains Chicago's rich architectural legacy and CAF’s role in bringing it public awareness. [24:52]

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Josh McManus

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Innovator

Josh McManus talks about the thousand little things that make up creative placemaking. [27:17]

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Yeohlee Teng

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Clothing Designer

Yeohlee Teng talks about her design philosophy and her work with Making Midtown, an initiative to reinvigorate creative production in NYC’s garment district. [28:51]

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Meejin Yoon

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Architect and public artist

Meejin Yoon talks about creating work at the intersection of art, architecture, landscape, and technology. [27:29]

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Jay Salinas

Jay Salinas, co-founder of Wormfarm

Artist, farmer, and co-founder of Wormfarm

A look at Wormfarm where art, agriculture, community, and creativity blossom. [25:35]

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Creative Placemaking in Miami

Lolo Reskin, founder of Sweat Records

Three of Miami’s cultural organizers talk about the  power of art in building community. [31:43]

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