November 28, 2011

SHOP Podcast 02: Robert Beshara

SHOP Podcast 02: Robert Beshara

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It's episode 2 of the new SHOP Podcast, produced by the Southside Hub of Production (SHOP) in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, and whose files are hosted and distributed here through the main CCLaP Podcast feed. Today, it's a half-hour recording of Chicago teacher and filmmaker Robert Beshara, reading from his "N.A.R.T.ist Manifesto," a new way of thinking about the relationship between artists, researchers and teachers. Held in the library of the historic William Wallace Fenn House where SHOP is headquartered (see more photos here); audio graciously supplied by Anthony Lenzo.

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 5:38 PM, November 28, 2011. Filed under: Arts news | CCLaP Podcast | Chicago news | Events | Literature |