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Lisa Degliantoni
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I don't make things, I make things happen.
I don't make things, I make things happen.

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Rebecca Dudley is a creative badass! In today’s interview we talk about developing the thru-line from interest to passion to production. Takeaway: “Do your great work now. Do not wait.” Give a listen on The Lisa D Show podcast.
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Jamie Lou Thome's collages are on display at Evantson Public Library this October, and are aa must see! In today’s interview we talk about the benefits of showing art in strange places, giving back to your community and making time to MAKE art!
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Meet Darren Oberto on today's podcast and for anyone in Chicagoland, make a point to visit Alley Gallery not only to see this exhibit, or stop by for a tour of the artist studios on the premises.
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Leopold Segedin (Leo) is one of the most prolific painters living and working in Evanston. He is celebrating an incredibly busy fall with a new book “Leo Segedin: A Habit of Art", and two shows at Rare Nest Gallery and at the Madron Gallery in October. This is an incredibly busy schedule for a 91-year-old artist.
Leo Segedin is Still Painting!
Leo Segedin is Still Painting!
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For the past 18 years, artist Amy O. Woodbury has been hosting an Annual Front Yard Art Sale over a weekend which has become many things other than just a sale; the chance to connect with community, garner much-needed feedback, deadlines, income and more! Listeners in the Chicagoland area invited; 9/2 & 9/3, 9a-5p, 1931 Colfax Street. Rain date, 9/4. Learn more about Amy's career on today's podcast.
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Today we talk with Community Artist and Organizer Jason Brown about his Artist in Residency, Mapping (in) Progress at 1100 Florence in Evanston. June 26 - July 6, Jason is hoping to share collective discoveries through his Collective Cartography process with the broader public, and open up the conversation of what mapping can mean for us and our neighbors.
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David Gista is an artist and teacher, living and working in Evanston. We met at his studio in the Noyes Cultural Arts Center to talk about the group show he is curating, opening this weekend at 1100 Florence Ave, “Madness in the Method”. The show features eight adults from Gista’s class“Going Abstract” at the Evanston Art Center to include Lee Oberlander, Stacey Foisy, John Manning, Veronica Sax, David Gista, Susan Keats, Karen Williams, Gale West and Harvey Choldin. Opening party Friday, June 22, 5-9p. Gallery Hours: 6/23 1-6p, 6/24 1-5p
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Doug Haight has turned his camera lens to Cuba numerous times over the years, producing a must-see exhibit on display this June at Perspective Photo Gallery in Evanston. This conversation covers why Haight finds Cuba captivating, just what a Wandering Yuma is and where he plans to photograph next.
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Erin Hayden's Art Installation and Career are worthy of an audience. Meet her this Saturday at Evanston Art Center, 1p, for a performance and artist talk at her Sell Me Direct Installation, created in partnership with her artist husband Jeff Robinson.
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In this bright and funny conversation, we quickly follow comic actor Tim Kazurinksy's long career from newspaper reporting, to Second City Improv, to SNL, to Wicked and more. Tim stresses the importance of making active choices in life ... saying yes, showing up and just doing it.
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