From Italy, Daniela Dente, also known as Dade, speaks with George Alger about the decentralized international community of mail artists, including some of its history. Giorgio Cortiana also joins us from England as a translator.
Todd Collart, a member of the Ventura Arts & Culture Commission, speaks with MB Hanrahan about its recent history and work.
Fred Helsel, General Manager of the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, speaks with Sandra Siepak speaks about the history and activities of their organization.
SueAnne Gigi Ying speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory in West Ventura and their vision for expansion and more community inclusion.
Nan Young speaks with Sandra Siepak about Art Trek, a Ventura County nonprofit organization that she started in 1992 which serves about 150,000 participants in Southern California with a purpose to bring more arts into the community and schools.
Bob Chianese speaks with George Alger about The ARTLIFE Foundation, which is the nonprofit culmination of the life work of artist Joe Cardella.
David Yoshitomi speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory, adapting it to the pandemic and becoming stronger as well as more valuable to the community.
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.
Becky Mate speaks with George Alger about Artists For A Better World International’s Mail Art project and shows examples of recent selections received from around the globe.
Local Ventura County artist, Ericco, speaks with Veronica Slavin about connecting to the community via art.