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Inside the Artist's Studio Recordings

Exclusive access into your favorite artist studios

In November-December 2020 and January 2021, we offered a series of virtual Curator & Artist talks. Watch the recordings below.

 

January 29, 2021
"In the Yards" is a short art film about the historic stockyards at the National Western Stock Show. While dormant for many months of the year, the stockyards come alive every January with unbelievable force -- housing and hosting cowboys, characters and creatures from all walks of life. 2019 National Western Stock Show Resident Artist Eileen Roscina spent every day of the Stock Show itself, as well as the weeks before and after, observing and documenting life in the yards. The film was shot on 16mm film, and features a soundtrack with original musical compositions. Join us for a screening and artist talk with Eileen Roscina and score composer Grayson Fiske.


January 29, 2021
Lisa Gordon & Evelyn Gottschall Baker: "Translating the World into Three Dimensions"  


January 28, 2021
Sophy Brown & Ron Hicks: “Intention, Content, and Interpretation” 


January 27, 2021
Rose Fredrick & Seth Hopkins: "What We Collect" 


January 26, 2021
Stephanie Hartshorn & Rick Stevens: "Patterning and the Mind"


January 25, 2021
Andrew Beckham & Laura Wilson: "Influences in Photography"


January 22, 2021
Brad Overton & Jivan Lee: "Humor, Humanity, and Human Interaction"


December 28, 2020
Douglas Fryer, Ron Hicks, Howard Post


December 22, 2020
Chauncey Homer, Stephanie Revennaugh, Israel Holloway


December 17, 2020
Karmel Timmons, David Griffin, Jay Moore, Ulrich Gleiter


December 16, 2020
Rick Stevens, Barbra VanCleve, Andrew Beckham


December 15, 2020
Stephanie Hartshorn, Elsa Sroka, David Kammerzell


December 11, 2020
Sophy Brown, Amy Laugesen, Joseph McGurl


December 10, 2020
Dan Young, Tony Hochstetler, Skip Whitcomb, Scott Fraser


December 9, 2020
Lisa Gordon, Dianne Massey Dunbar, Clyde Steadman


December 8, 2020
Diana Woods, Neil Sherman, S.M. (Sean Michael) Chavez


December 3, 2020
Dan Chen, George Bumann, Don Coen


December 2, 2020
Quang Ho, Dan Sprick, Foster Grissim


December 1, 2020
Sabrina Stiles, Rick Young, Chris Maynard


November 25, 2020
Leon Loughridge, Billyo O'Donnell, William Matthews


November 24, 2020
Louis Escobedo, Jared Brady, Brad Overton


November 20, 2020
Paula Schuette Kraemer, Joel Ostlind, Johanna Mueller


November 19, 2020
Jivan Lee, David Grossmann, Jill Soukup


November 18, 2020
Terry Gardner, Maeve Eichelberger, and Laura Wilson


November 17, 2020
Linda Lillegraven, Kay Juricek, Luke Anderson, Bill Haskell


November 12, 2020
Jerry Markham, Evelyn Gottschall Baker, Karen Roehl


November 11, 2020
Anne-Marie Kornachuk, Anita Mosher Solich, Monte Yellow Bird (Black Pinto Horse)


November 10, 2020
Ouida TouchonMichael BlessingPati Stajcar


Podcasts

Tenet Podcast: Ep. 057 Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, December 2020
Wes and Todd talk with Curator, Rose Fredrick and Coordinator, Krista Hanley of the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale. They discuss how they have had to pivot to an online format due to the pandemic, how the Young Guns and Coors Western online auctions will work, virtual events, and the ongoing online artist talk series, Inside the Artist’s Studio. 

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Tenet Podcast: Ep. 019 Krista Hanley, Art Advisor and Art Coordinator for the Coors Western Art Exhibit, March 2020
In this episode, Wes and Todd talk with Art Advisor, Krista Hanley. We talk about art collecting, collection management and art appraisal. Krista also talks about the essentials of artist and collector relationships, pricing, artist residencies, and a plethora of important things that artists need to be aware of when approaching galleries and shows.

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Tenet Podcast: Ep. 011 Rose Fredrick, Curator for the Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, January 2020
Wes and Todd sit down with Rose Fredrick, curator of the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale. Rose talks about the history and significance of the show; her approach to curating; and her relationship with the artists and their work. Rose also talks about the future of the Coors Western Art Exhibit and how it benefits the National Western Scholarship Trust, a trust established in 1983 to provide college financial support to the next generation of agribusiness and rural medical leaders. 

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