Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 18
Gaëtane Verna

Gaëtane Verna is the Director of The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto, Canada. Ms. Verna was formally Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Musée d’art de Joliette (MAJ) in Lanaudière, Quebec. From 1998 to 2006, she was the curator of the Forman Art Gallery of Bishop’s University while also teaching in the…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, December 14
Karyn Oliver

Karyn Olivier is an artist living and working in Philadelphia. She discusses her work and history in this interview and more can be learned by going to her website here.

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, December 7
Vicki DaSIlva

Vicki DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. She has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980. She is credited with the term ‘light graffiti’ as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs beginning in 1980 with her photograph titled Cash. DaSilva’s work…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, November 30
Barbara Rachko

Barbara Rachko was born in Paterson, New Jersey and grew up in a New York City suburb. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a B.A. in psychology. After college, Barbara earned a commercial pilot’s license and Boeing 727 flight engineer’s certificate before spending seven years on active duty as a Naval officer. In…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, November 23
Heather Nicol

Heather Nicol is interviewed by Kristen Fahrig. Nicol a Toronto based artist and curator. Her installations and independent curatorial projects share an interest in site conditions, and have explored locations such as Santiago Calatrava’s soaring atrium at Brookfield Place, the Great Hall of Union Station, a decommissioned pubic school, and vacant sweatshop (all in Toronto).…

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