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10/13/17 // Ai Weiwei: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Ai Weiwei's latest exhibition will be on view at more than 300 sites across New York City until February, 2018. | read

7/5/17 // Ashley // Inspired By A Breakup

In this episode, Ashley recounts her experience of moving to New York City and getting involved in a serious relationship very quickly -- maybe too quickly? She also shares what she learned from that… | watch

6/22/17 // Molly Knefel // Political Art in the Age of Trump

Molly Knefel -- one half of the sibling host team of the longrunning progressive politics podcast, Radio Dispatch -- offers her take on the creation and criticism of political art in the midst of a… | watch

6/20/17 // Seldon Yuan

Seldon Yuan is a NY-based artist who received his BHA from Carnegie Mellon University and his MFA from Hunter College. He has published a book of poetry entitled "morning, afternoon, evenings" and… | listen

5/16/17 // Daniel Cooney

Daniel Cooney, founder of Daniel Cooney Fine Art, is a gallerist, curator and auction specialist. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz and a… | listen

5/1/17 // The Boba Room

The Boba Room is a temporary pop-up theme park in NYC for bubble tea lovers! | read

4/30/17 // Exploring Dark Art

BTRtoday explores a Paul Booth’s dark art galleries in midtown Manhattan. | read

4/28/17 // Comedy Specials & Hot Takes and ‘Free Fire’

This week, contributor Matt Ruby offers his perspective as a comedian on recent so-called “socially conscious criticism” and “hot take” reviews of recent specials by Dave Chappelle and Louis… | listen

4/21/17 // Claire Geist Refuses To Be Defined

Claire Geist is the sort of woman who cannot be put into a neatly wrapped box. A model, photographer, software engineer, and fashion blogger, Claire has always been the type of woman who blazes her own trail. She talked to BTRtoday about how she got to where she is and what she is working on next. | read

4/5/17 // Builder // Expressing Himself Through Photography

In this episode, Builder shares what drew him to photography as an artistic medium for his own self-expression. He also describes some of the projects he has worked on, including his most recent,… | watch

3/28/17 // Phaan Howng

Phaan Howng  is an American-born Taiwanese multi-media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. She uses the media of painting, sculpture and and installation to stage the sublime and formidable… | listen

3/22/17 // Jack // Being An Artist From A Military Family

In this episode, Jack describes what it was like being raised in a military family. He also shares how he broke away from the life he was living for more creative pursuits. Music featured in the… | watch

3/14/17 // Jonathon Keats

Jonathon Keats was stated as being a "poet of ideas" by The New Yorker and a "multimedia philosopher-prophet" by The Atlantic. Jonathon Keats is an artist, writer and experimental philosopher based… | listen

3/8/17 // 1st Person: Brittany // Art Is Freedom

In this installment of 1st Person, Brittany talks about how she got involved with art as a form of therapy and how her art practice has grown from there. She also shares her opinion on freedom of… | watch

2/21/17 // A New Era for Art and Activism (Part I)

How is this election cycle effecting art across America? How are artists responding and getting involved? | read

2/13/17 // NYFW

ReQuest Model Management art director Jordana Kozyreff joins the show to discuss her busy schedule during New York Fashion Week and its significance in the fashion industry. | listen

2/1/17 // The Pros & Cons of Music Docs

When it comes to listening to music, does watching a doc on the artist make you even more biased about what you’re listening to? Or do docs bring you closer to the music? BTRtoday explores! | read

11/26/16 // Rep Your Hoodie and Call It Art

Since the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, the significance of the hoodie has been brought into the main stream; it has become a symbol of racial profiling and a garment at the center of the national debate over race and justice. | read

11/22/16 // Jeff Crane

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11/16/16 // Why We Still Enjoy Art By Assholes

Some artists might be total dicks, but we still go to their show and ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’ at their work. Why the hell do we still do that? BTRtoday explores! | read

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