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State of the Arts NYC is a weekly radio show where various sectors of NYC’s arts worlds converge to report and analyze the dynamic state of the arts and its participants. Hosted by Savona Bailey-McClain, long-time Executive Director of the West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF), she confronts, analyzes and celebrates victories, challenges and changes in the country’s dynamic creative capital. Reports from the field; from the far-flung fringes; from center stage and from behind the scenes—the host Savona Bailey-McClain draws on her 20 years’ in the trenches to bring you snapshot after snapshot in living color. State of the Arts NYC can be heard on iTunes, Radio Public, Youtube, Mixcloud and BRIC Radio.

Latest Episodes

State of the Arts NYC Prototype edition 1/9/2020

This edition of State of the Arts NYC we have Juecheng Chen (singer) and Garrett Fisher (composer) for the opera Blood Moon and then Ricky Ian Gordon (composer) and Emma Griffin (director) for the opera Ellen West on our show. Both operas are apart of the Prototype Festival which starts tonight.

30 MINJAN 10
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State of the Arts NYC Prototype edition 1/9/2020

State of the Arts NYC APAP interview with Mario Durham

This episode is a special interview with outgoing Executive Director Mario Garcia Durham. State of the Arts NYC has covered this industry festival for three years. We talk with Durham about this year's focus and his feelings about the organization he helped build.

16 MINJAN 10
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State of the Arts NYC APAP interview with Mario Durham

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_26_2019 episode

This week on State of the Arts NYC we have the artist Swoon in the studio. She is the most successful female graffiti artist in America. We talk with Swoon whose real name is Caledonia Dance Curry about her practice and influence of Gordon Matta Clark; her new exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch Gallery and an upcoming show at BRIC Media.

25 MIN2019 NOV 27
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State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_26_2019 episode

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_19_2019

FortGansevoort, in association with Pavel Zoubok Fine Arts present Vanessa German, TRAMPOLINE:Resilience & Black Body& Soul. We talk with Vanessa German about this exhibition in Meatpacking District on Ninth Avenue near Little 12th Street. State of the Arts NYC learns what inspire her current show and how her artistic practice involved.

32 MIN2019 NOV 20
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State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_19_2019

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11/12/2019

This week on State of the Arts NYC, we have Tiffany Rea-Fisher, Artistic Director for the Elisa Monte Dance Company (EMD) and Monique Martin, Director of Programming for Harlem Stage. We talk about EMD's new work H.E.R. that will premiere in 2020 honoring the centennial of the Harlem Renaissance and lesser known Black women writers.

29 MIN2019 NOV 13
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State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11/12/2019

State of the Arts NYC - IFDPA Edition

This week State of the Arts NYC returns with David Tunick and Jenny Gibbs. We talk about the IFPDA Fair opening October 23rd at the Jacob Javitis Center. Jenny Gibbs is the Executive Director of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, the Fine Art Print Fair and the IFPDA Foundation. David Tunick is the President of the IFPDA. They share information on site specific installations, special programming, new partnerships and more.

24 MIN2019 OCT 23
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State of the Arts NYC - IFDPA Edition

State of the Arts NYC Bessie Ep

This episode of State of the Arts NYC spotlights the Bessie Awards with Lucy Sexton, Executive Director and Heather Robles, Managing Director. Produced in partnership with Dance/NYC, the NY Dance and Performance Awards, The Bessies have saluted outstanding and groundbreaking creative work by independent dance artists in NYC for 33 years. Known as “The Bessie” in honor of revered dance teacher Bessie Schönberg, the awards were established in 1983 by David White at Dance Theater Workshop. They recognize exceptional work in choreography, performance, music composition and visual design.We talk about their new developments and partnerships to make dance more accessible to the public not just in NYC but beyond. The Bessies will be held in October and is free to the general public.

23 MIN2019 JUL 12
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State of the Arts NYC Bessie Ep

State of the Arts NYC - Lenardo Drew Ep

Gallery talk with Leonardo Drew, Savona Bailey-McClain, and Brooke Kamin Rapaport in conjunction with the artist's exhibitions on view at Galerie Lelong & Co., New York and at Madison Square Park Conservancy.Savona Bailey-McClain is Executive Director/Chief Curator of the West Harlem Art Fund, which has organized high-profile public arts exhibits throughout New York City for the past twenty years, including Times Square, DUMBO, Soho, Governors Island, and Harlem. She is also host/producer of the weekly radio program “State of the Arts NYC.”Brooke Kamin Rapaport is the Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Senior Curator at Madison Square Park Conservancy. She is responsible for the outdoor public sculpture program of commissioned work by contemporary artists. In addition to her work as a juror and moderator on issues surrounding contemporary art, Rapaport is a contributing editor and writer for Sculpture magazine, serves on the Board of Directors of Socrates Sculpture Park in Long I...

44 MIN2019 JUL 12
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State of the Arts NYC - Lenardo Drew Ep

State of the Arts NYC Blue Note Edition 6/11/2019

This edition of State of the Arts NYC we have Sophie Huber, Swiss filmmaker on the show to talk about her new documentary -- Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes. With Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Norah Jones, Robert Glasper, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Terrace Martin, and Don Was. This film marks the 75th anniversary of this record label and its impact on jazz and American music.

21 MIN2019 JUN 13
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State of the Arts NYC Blue Note Edition 6/11/2019

State of the Arts NYC on Governors Island 6/1/2019

This is a special interview on-site on Governors Island with State of the Arts NYC host Savona Bailey-McClain. The West Harlem Art Fund and the Eli Klein Gallery kicked off the opening of the exhibition TRACES with an artist talk with Chinese artist Miao Xiaochun at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 1st in Nolan Park, Building 10 (NP/10).As the one of the foremost representatives of Chinese new media art, his extensive body of works parallel each other through the theme of technology as a representation of the present and classical artwork as the past. His use of contemporary photography is based on the “multiple view points” perspective to pioneer connections between history and the modern world.

22 MIN2019 JUN 6
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State of the Arts NYC on Governors Island 6/1/2019

Latest Episodes

State of the Arts NYC Prototype edition 1/9/2020

This edition of State of the Arts NYC we have Juecheng Chen (singer) and Garrett Fisher (composer) for the opera Blood Moon and then Ricky Ian Gordon (composer) and Emma Griffin (director) for the opera Ellen West on our show. Both operas are apart of the Prototype Festival which starts tonight.

30 MINJAN 10
Comments
State of the Arts NYC Prototype edition 1/9/2020

State of the Arts NYC APAP interview with Mario Durham

This episode is a special interview with outgoing Executive Director Mario Garcia Durham. State of the Arts NYC has covered this industry festival for three years. We talk with Durham about this year's focus and his feelings about the organization he helped build.

16 MINJAN 10
Comments
State of the Arts NYC APAP interview with Mario Durham

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_26_2019 episode

This week on State of the Arts NYC we have the artist Swoon in the studio. She is the most successful female graffiti artist in America. We talk with Swoon whose real name is Caledonia Dance Curry about her practice and influence of Gordon Matta Clark; her new exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch Gallery and an upcoming show at BRIC Media.

25 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_26_2019 episode

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_19_2019

FortGansevoort, in association with Pavel Zoubok Fine Arts present Vanessa German, TRAMPOLINE:Resilience & Black Body& Soul. We talk with Vanessa German about this exhibition in Meatpacking District on Ninth Avenue near Little 12th Street. State of the Arts NYC learns what inspire her current show and how her artistic practice involved.

32 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11_19_2019

State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11/12/2019

This week on State of the Arts NYC, we have Tiffany Rea-Fisher, Artistic Director for the Elisa Monte Dance Company (EMD) and Monique Martin, Director of Programming for Harlem Stage. We talk about EMD's new work H.E.R. that will premiere in 2020 honoring the centennial of the Harlem Renaissance and lesser known Black women writers.

29 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
State of the Arts NYC with host Savona Bailey-McClain 11/12/2019

State of the Arts NYC - IFDPA Edition

This week State of the Arts NYC returns with David Tunick and Jenny Gibbs. We talk about the IFPDA Fair opening October 23rd at the Jacob Javitis Center. Jenny Gibbs is the Executive Director of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, the Fine Art Print Fair and the IFPDA Foundation. David Tunick is the President of the IFPDA. They share information on site specific installations, special programming, new partnerships and more.

24 MIN2019 OCT 23
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State of the Arts NYC - IFDPA Edition

State of the Arts NYC Bessie Ep

This episode of State of the Arts NYC spotlights the Bessie Awards with Lucy Sexton, Executive Director and Heather Robles, Managing Director. Produced in partnership with Dance/NYC, the NY Dance and Performance Awards, The Bessies have saluted outstanding and groundbreaking creative work by independent dance artists in NYC for 33 years. Known as “The Bessie” in honor of revered dance teacher Bessie Schönberg, the awards were established in 1983 by David White at Dance Theater Workshop. They recognize exceptional work in choreography, performance, music composition and visual design.We talk about their new developments and partnerships to make dance more accessible to the public not just in NYC but beyond. The Bessies will be held in October and is free to the general public.

23 MIN2019 JUL 12
Comments
State of the Arts NYC Bessie Ep

State of the Arts NYC - Lenardo Drew Ep

Gallery talk with Leonardo Drew, Savona Bailey-McClain, and Brooke Kamin Rapaport in conjunction with the artist's exhibitions on view at Galerie Lelong & Co., New York and at Madison Square Park Conservancy.Savona Bailey-McClain is Executive Director/Chief Curator of the West Harlem Art Fund, which has organized high-profile public arts exhibits throughout New York City for the past twenty years, including Times Square, DUMBO, Soho, Governors Island, and Harlem. She is also host/producer of the weekly radio program “State of the Arts NYC.”Brooke Kamin Rapaport is the Deputy Director and Martin Friedman Senior Curator at Madison Square Park Conservancy. She is responsible for the outdoor public sculpture program of commissioned work by contemporary artists. In addition to her work as a juror and moderator on issues surrounding contemporary art, Rapaport is a contributing editor and writer for Sculpture magazine, serves on the Board of Directors of Socrates Sculpture Park in Long I...

44 MIN2019 JUL 12
Comments
State of the Arts NYC - Lenardo Drew Ep

State of the Arts NYC Blue Note Edition 6/11/2019

This edition of State of the Arts NYC we have Sophie Huber, Swiss filmmaker on the show to talk about her new documentary -- Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes. With Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Norah Jones, Robert Glasper, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Terrace Martin, and Don Was. This film marks the 75th anniversary of this record label and its impact on jazz and American music.

21 MIN2019 JUN 13
Comments
State of the Arts NYC Blue Note Edition 6/11/2019

State of the Arts NYC on Governors Island 6/1/2019

This is a special interview on-site on Governors Island with State of the Arts NYC host Savona Bailey-McClain. The West Harlem Art Fund and the Eli Klein Gallery kicked off the opening of the exhibition TRACES with an artist talk with Chinese artist Miao Xiaochun at 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 1st in Nolan Park, Building 10 (NP/10).As the one of the foremost representatives of Chinese new media art, his extensive body of works parallel each other through the theme of technology as a representation of the present and classical artwork as the past. His use of contemporary photography is based on the “multiple view points” perspective to pioneer connections between history and the modern world.

22 MIN2019 JUN 6
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State of the Arts NYC on Governors Island 6/1/2019
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