Dark Horse Comics founder Mike Richardson is the special guest of honor at this year's Stumptown Comics Festival. Known for his staunch support of free speech and artistic autonomy, Mike has maintained his Portland roots while blazing new trails in publishing, film production, and licensing.
Host Julie Bernard spoke with Stephanie Burton, James DeRosso and Brad Menninga of the Oregon Potters Association about the Ceramic Showcase, which is being held April 25th through the 27th at the Convention Center.
Sean Ongley interviews Daniel Johnston, reviews his show, and presents a live performance at KBOO of "Silly Love". Johnston is accompanied by Brett Hartenbach on guitar. The material is presented from cassette tape recordings as an ode to the DIY manner that Daniel became famous for in the 1980's.
Fantastic trio "THE WIYOS" (TruthFaceRecordings.com) to entertain. The WIYOS (at MySpace) play and compose music from the 1920s and 1930s. Their instruments include washboard/harmonica/kazoo/resonator guitar/banjo/upright bass/ and three harmony voices. A wonderful mix of vaudville ragtime, jugband, hillbilly swing and more....so listen up....................Jade hosts
Multi instramentalist, Chico Schwall (ChicoSchwall.net) live in studio. Self taught on guitar Chico absorbed blues, folk, and slide guitar finger picking. He also plays mandolin, banjo, fiddle, and flute. His musical horizons include Celtic, Klezmer, and World music. Chico's newest release Driving by Moonlight (CD Baby) is a collection of original rootsy songs and textured instrumentals......So listen up!..................Jade hosts
This episode explores the benefits and challenges of showing art in unusual spaces and walking the line between vandalism and public art. Guests include Scott Wayne Indiana, the artist behind the horses you see attached to rings in the sidewalk all around Portland and Chris Haberman, who has shown his work in convenience stores and sold paintings out of the trunk of his car. This show will also take listeners inside the tiniest gallery in town. Just three and a half feet high, Core Gallery is a popular gallery space in Anna Todaro's Everett Station loft apartment.