This Minneculture documentary profiles Public Art St. Paul—a unique nonprofit organization that provides and maintains buildings, open spaces and artwork influenced and designed by local artists. Produced and hosted by Andy Driscoll.
Integrating artistic influence into what might otherwise be labeled “mundane projects” has been the business of Public Art Saint Paul for more than 20 years. Founded and led by its indefatigable president, Christine Podas Larson, PASP
blends art with community infrastructure, and is committed to endowing existing and new projects with artistic flourish and plenty of chutzpah.
Meet Christine and a few of the artists in PASP’s creative corral, and hear how city fathers wrapped their heads around the concept of “public art
Thanks to The Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins for stopping by the show today. We chatted; they played. Also, thanks to everyone who showed up Friday night for the Freewheelin’ First Friday presentation of Yuletide Sweater Ball 111, featuring the Pistol Whippin’ Party Penguins and The Boys N’ The Barrels. Whew, what a party!!
If you click the little blue “more” link below, you’ll be directed to the playist for the radio show and the patch to listen to it……music starts about 4:00 minutes into the archive, just after the by now, stale news.
Also, info for FREE tickets to Charlie Parr and Spider John Koerner is available in the “announcements” section above.
1973 It’s 1973 on this episode of Radio Pocho and there’s Panic in Detroit. The Street Man is at the Right Place, Wrong Time. Valdez in the Country is out there with a Guaganco Te Dedico for Angie to Tell Her She’s Lovely. So Besame My Love and Stop, Look, Listen to your heart cause I Wanna Be With You.
1973 wasn’t just about Salsa Na Ma and a Primoroso Cantar. Dennis Brown might say It’s Too Late to reach Higher Ground but Watcha Gonna Do if there are Clouds in My Sunshine? Just Hang Loose and don’t be Evil. Sit back and Do the Strand cause Radio Pocho and 1973 makes it So Very Hard to Go