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Arts
12:08 pm
Thu February 26, 2015

Author Interview: John Hampsey's Kaufman's Hill

Professor John Hampsey teaches Romantic and Classical Literature at Cal Poly. He speaks with Jordan Bell about his newly released memoir of his boyhood, Kaufman’s Hill

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Arts
3:44 pm
Wed February 11, 2015

Ancient art of marbling with Sharon Gellerman

Ears On Art visits with Los Osos artist Sharon Gellerman. She creates colorful silk scarves using the ancient art of marbling. Pigments are floated on a special liquid onto which the silk strip is gently placed and quickly removed. The patterns are beautifully organic. Her website is ColorVibeDesigns.com

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Arts
1:38 pm
Wed February 11, 2015

Laura Deutsch and 'Writing from the Senses'

Tom Wilmer visits with author Laura Deutsch to discuss her new book Writing from the Senses. Laura shares the secret of great writing and shows how to tap into engaging material to bring your writing alive.

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Arts
7:06 pm
Thu February 5, 2015

Ears on Art visits with shattered glass sculptor

Ears On Art visits with Jennifer Stang Eickemeyer, an artist who makes never-seen-before sculptures out of broken glass. Using her own carved wood core, the shards of glass are attached to create a surface that shows off the form and catches light. The sculptures are depictions of nature including animals and plants. Take a look at shatteredglasssculptures.com

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Arts
12:50 pm
Wed January 28, 2015

Author Interview: Odell Bennett Lee

Brian Reynolds speaks with Odell Bennett Lee, local Author of The Formative Years of an African-American Spy: A Memoir la lead into Black History Month at San Luis Obispo County Libraries.

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Arts
10:58 am
Tue January 13, 2015

Ears on Art visits with local artist RR Vagnini

Ears On Art visits with Atascadero artist Rick Vagnini to discuss his several art disciplines including watercolor and spray paint techniques.

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Arts
9:33 am
Fri December 19, 2014

Reflection

Broadcast date: 12/15/2014

Environmental Lawyer, presidential advisor and author Gus Speth talks about his latest book, Angels by the River. He reflects on race, environment, politics and living on the front lines of change.

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Arts
9:24 am
Wed December 10, 2014

RACE: My Story and Humanity's Bottom Line

Broadcast date: 12/08/14

Author Lauren Nile delves deep into America’s racial past, as well as its present unconscious bias in her book, RACE: My Story and Humanity’s Bottom Line.

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Arts
11:17 am
Tue December 9, 2014

December Stories with Ears on Art

For the fifteenth year, Ears on Art invites listeners to tell personal stories. The theme this year is “The best handmade gift given or received.”

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Arts
11:15 am
Tue November 18, 2014

Ears on Art explores technique of 'tempera batik' with local painter

Ears on Art visits with artist and gallery owner Julie Dunn. Julie specializes in a painting technique called tempera batik. She is co-owner of The Gallery At The Network in downtown San Luis Obispo.

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Arts
2:16 pm
Mon November 17, 2014

Local poet featured on Writer's Almanac shares from her latest book

Credit Jeanie Greensfelder

Jeanie Greensfelder started writing poetry about six years ago when she took a poetry class at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo. Earlier this month, one of her poems was featured on the Writer's Almanac. Greensfelder shares about how her profession of psychology has influenced her poetry and about her latest book, Biting the Apple.

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Arts
3:40 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

Ears on Art speaks with Los Osos artists about upcoming exhibit

Ears on art visits Los Osos artists who are creating an installation piece featuring a variety of plaster sculptures. The work will be on display in the McMean Gallery at San Luis Obispo Museum of Art through November.

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1:41 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

Ears on Art December Stories

Handmade gift
Credit flickr member erika g.

  Do you have a story that you'd like to share on the radio about a special handmade gift? It is time once again to be a part of the annual Ears On Art story sharing programs. Our theme this year is “That special handmade gift…given or received”  Here are the directions:

1.    Contact us (chewitt@calpoly.edu) with "Ears on Art Story" for the subject line. Deadline for letting us know is November 26.  We will record the stories Saturday and Sunday 11/29-30  as well as on Monday and Tuesday evenings 12/1-2.

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Arts
3:27 pm
Wed October 29, 2014

Santa Barbara Teen Publishes 'survival guide' to bullying

Aija speaking to students about her new book
Credit Aija Mayrock

 

KCBX News Director Randol White speaks with a Santa Barbara teenager about her new book The Survival Guide to Bullying.

Ajia Mayrock breaks down the tools she used to stay positive in Junior High and High School and talks about what helped her to eventually thrive.

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Arts
2:25 pm
Wed October 15, 2014

Technologies old and new combine for Cal Poly photography exhibit

Part of the Photography Now exhibit at Cal Poly's University Art Gallery
Jay Thompson, Cal Poly

Cal Poly University is hosting its first Art Galley of the new school year, "Photography now" , which exhibits modern photography with a vintage twist and highlights the work of nine San Jose State photographers, most of whom attended galleries opening.

The artwork is a mix of old photography that dates back to the infancy days of before the civil war to more modern images that we're used to today.

Jeff van Kleek, the gallery coordinator for the University Art Gallery describes the show:

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