Activist artist, Charlene Spiller, speaks with MB Hanrahan about her work and paintings comprising The Weed Project, which not only challenges expectations of what constitutes beauty, but serves as an expression of ecological sustainability and human health.
Visual and Conceptual Artist, Michelangelo Mayo, speaks with George Alger about Mail Art and the tradition of artists who mail original art pieces to others locally or around the world for the purpose of self-expression, communication and networking.
FIRST RESPONDER TRIBUTE SERIES: SueAnn Gigi Ying, with the Bell Arts Factory, speaks with Monique Nowlin to honor David Yoshitomi and Maribel Hernandez for their efforts pivoting their organization online to continue serving the community during the pandemic.
SueAnne Gigi Ying speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory in West Ventura and their vision for expansion and more community inclusion.
Jeannette Hay, founder of Artists For A Better World International, speaks with George Alger about some of the group’s activities and twenty-year history.
Mannequin artist, Ed Knighton, speaks about using mannequins as a multi-dimensional canvas to bring life to mannequins via bright colors.
Bob Chianese speaks with George Alger about The ARTLIFE Foundation, which is the nonprofit culmination of the life work of artist Joe Cardella.
Tamara Varney and Lorenzo DeStefano speak with MB Hanrahan about NAMBA, which is a 501c3 non-profit, performing arts space located in Ventura’s historic downtown arts district.
Richard Rensberry speaks with George Alger about a recent award he received from Artists For A Better World International.
Allison Adams speaks with George Alger about a recent award she received from Artists For A Better World International. A purpose of the organization is to award artists for their work helping others and/or their community.