The Gallery's Art Podcast functions as a dynamic radio show that opens dialogues about artists, museums, and what it means to understand and appreciate art.
The Gallery's Art Podcast, which successfully debuted in 2007, continued in spring 2008 with a series called Art Talk. Hosted by Yale undergraduate Christina Pryor, Art Talk episodes feature five- to fifteen-minute informal discussions about art. Check back later this year for new segments, or subscribe to the podcast and stay tuned.
A Sound Response: Art and Music
Following in the footsteps of Alvin Lucier (please see the episode "LeWitt and Lucier"), the student music group IGIGI performed compositions in response to artworks at the Gallery. In this episode, Christina speaks with three of the participants about their music and chosen works: a painting by Richard Diebenkorn, an ancient lion relief, and the monumental Stacks
by Richard Serra.
Featuring: Christina Pryor, Yale College '10; Alex Weiser, Yale College '11; Bram Wayman, Yale College '09; and Lydia Whitlock, Yale College '08.
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