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The Henry Art Gallery's Syndicated Podcast Series

Latest Episodes

Explorations of Sound

+ROOM-ROOM is a pair of sound installations created by artists Yann Novak and Jamie Drouin. Using ambient sound gathered from seemingly identical galleries, the artists are able to subtlety articulate the unique aural architecture of each space. Jamie Drouin & Yann Novak. +ROOM–ROOM preparation view. This Henry Art Cast features a dialogue between Associate Curator […]

-1 s2009 MAR 21
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Explorations of Sound

Jacob Dahlgren: Signs of Abstraction

Jacob Dahlgren is a painter, sculptor, and conceptual artist who works to a large extent with unconventional materials. The artist finds abstraction in everyday objects, which he employs to create dynamic interactive installations and performances. When arranged, the individual objects lose their intended function, their original value, and become part of something completely new. This […]

-1 s2009 FEB 25
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Jacob Dahlgren: Signs of Abstraction

Art on Campus: Kurt Kiefer + Jill G. Hardy

This two part episode features a tour of the art on campus with Former University of Washington Art Administrator Kurt Kiefer and Henry Art Gallery Associate Director for Communications and Outreach Betsey Brock, and an interview and online tour of an interactive website highlighting selected art on campus developed by University of Washington Museology student […]

-1 s2009 JAN 16
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Art on Campus: Kurt Kiefer + Jill G. Hardy

Eve Sussman: Surveillance, Narrative, and The Psychology of the Moving Image

This past November the Henry was proud to host visiting Artist, Eve Sussman for the opening of Adaptation and the Henry Open House. Prior to the opening on Thursday, November 20th we were joined by Eve Sussman, Jeff Wood, and Claudia de Serpa of The Rufus Corporation, an ad hock troupe of artists and performers, […]

-1 s2008 DEC 11
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Eve Sussman: Surveillance, Narrative, and The Psychology of the Moving Image

Birds and Kids: Jean-Luc Mylayne and Family Day

In conjunction with the exhibition of photography by French photographer Jean-Luc Mylayne, the first segment of this ArtCast explores themes of subject matter, compositional elements, and color present in his work. This conversation with photojournalist and photographer Jill G. Hardy is accompanied by bird identification and commentary by local bird enthusiast Kris Lightner. The second […]

-1 s2008 APR 4
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Birds and Kids: Jean-Luc Mylayne and Family Day

Designing the Museum

Design plays a complex role in the viewer’s experience of contemporary art. Both the architectural and graphic design of the space and words surrounding works in a museum require an intricate process in order to balance the artistic, interpretive, and aesthetic components within an exhibition. In conjunction with the architecture exhibition Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue […]

-1 s2008 FEB 20
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Designing the Museum

Kim Jones: A Retrospective in Three Conversations

Kim Jones emerged from the 1970s performance art movement in Southern California, where he became widely known for his alter ego, Mudman. Kim Jones: A Retrospective shows the network interconnecting his performance, drawings, and sculpture. This ArtCast episode provides an intimate look at the exhibition through three conversations. It begins with a discussion on the […]

-1 s2007 NOV 26
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Kim Jones: A Retrospective in Three Conversations

Original Objects and Abstractions: Collecting and Information Exchange in the Digital Age

This episode of Henry ArtCasts explores different aspects of collecting and information exchange through a series of three conversations. The first section includes excerpts from a discussion between Seattle collectors William and Ruth True and the Henry’s Chief Curator Elizabeth Brown that occurred in conjunction with the closing of the exhibition Mouth Open, Teeth Showing. […]

-1 s2007 OCT 12
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Original Objects and Abstractions: Collecting and Information Exchange in the Digital Age

Performance at the Henry

In the upcoming months, performance will become a focal point for the Henry on many fronts. This ArtCast focuses on a first set of performance-oriented works and events, beginning with a discussion with Seattle designer Anna Banana on the New Look Fashion Show she hosted at the Henry on August 4th. Then, we speak with […]

-1 s2007 SEP 5
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Performance at the Henry
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Latest Episodes

Explorations of Sound

+ROOM-ROOM is a pair of sound installations created by artists Yann Novak and Jamie Drouin. Using ambient sound gathered from seemingly identical galleries, the artists are able to subtlety articulate the unique aural architecture of each space. Jamie Drouin & Yann Novak. +ROOM–ROOM preparation view. This Henry Art Cast features a dialogue between Associate Curator […]

-1 s2009 MAR 21
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Explorations of Sound

Jacob Dahlgren: Signs of Abstraction

Jacob Dahlgren is a painter, sculptor, and conceptual artist who works to a large extent with unconventional materials. The artist finds abstraction in everyday objects, which he employs to create dynamic interactive installations and performances. When arranged, the individual objects lose their intended function, their original value, and become part of something completely new. This […]

-1 s2009 FEB 25
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Jacob Dahlgren: Signs of Abstraction

Art on Campus: Kurt Kiefer + Jill G. Hardy

This two part episode features a tour of the art on campus with Former University of Washington Art Administrator Kurt Kiefer and Henry Art Gallery Associate Director for Communications and Outreach Betsey Brock, and an interview and online tour of an interactive website highlighting selected art on campus developed by University of Washington Museology student […]

-1 s2009 JAN 16
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Art on Campus: Kurt Kiefer + Jill G. Hardy

Eve Sussman: Surveillance, Narrative, and The Psychology of the Moving Image

This past November the Henry was proud to host visiting Artist, Eve Sussman for the opening of Adaptation and the Henry Open House. Prior to the opening on Thursday, November 20th we were joined by Eve Sussman, Jeff Wood, and Claudia de Serpa of The Rufus Corporation, an ad hock troupe of artists and performers, […]

-1 s2008 DEC 11
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Eve Sussman: Surveillance, Narrative, and The Psychology of the Moving Image

Birds and Kids: Jean-Luc Mylayne and Family Day

In conjunction with the exhibition of photography by French photographer Jean-Luc Mylayne, the first segment of this ArtCast explores themes of subject matter, compositional elements, and color present in his work. This conversation with photojournalist and photographer Jill G. Hardy is accompanied by bird identification and commentary by local bird enthusiast Kris Lightner. The second […]

-1 s2008 APR 4
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Birds and Kids: Jean-Luc Mylayne and Family Day

Designing the Museum

Design plays a complex role in the viewer’s experience of contemporary art. Both the architectural and graphic design of the space and words surrounding works in a museum require an intricate process in order to balance the artistic, interpretive, and aesthetic components within an exhibition. In conjunction with the architecture exhibition Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue […]

-1 s2008 FEB 20
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Designing the Museum

Kim Jones: A Retrospective in Three Conversations

Kim Jones emerged from the 1970s performance art movement in Southern California, where he became widely known for his alter ego, Mudman. Kim Jones: A Retrospective shows the network interconnecting his performance, drawings, and sculpture. This ArtCast episode provides an intimate look at the exhibition through three conversations. It begins with a discussion on the […]

-1 s2007 NOV 26
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Kim Jones: A Retrospective in Three Conversations

Original Objects and Abstractions: Collecting and Information Exchange in the Digital Age

This episode of Henry ArtCasts explores different aspects of collecting and information exchange through a series of three conversations. The first section includes excerpts from a discussion between Seattle collectors William and Ruth True and the Henry’s Chief Curator Elizabeth Brown that occurred in conjunction with the closing of the exhibition Mouth Open, Teeth Showing. […]

-1 s2007 OCT 12
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Original Objects and Abstractions: Collecting and Information Exchange in the Digital Age

Performance at the Henry

In the upcoming months, performance will become a focal point for the Henry on many fronts. This ArtCast focuses on a first set of performance-oriented works and events, beginning with a discussion with Seattle designer Anna Banana on the New Look Fashion Show she hosted at the Henry on August 4th. Then, we speak with […]

-1 s2007 SEP 5
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Performance at the Henry
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