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The role of Instagram in the art museum – should museums be adapting programming to appeal to the general public? – Highland Park gallery, Odd Ark LA, shares their story – We listen to some great music tracks by Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw (D’red D’warf)
This episode in the Writer’s Room, Lindsay and Aaron are joined by Carla writer Matt Stromberg to discuss institutional tends towards gearing exhibitions towards selfie culture. Should a trip to the museum be about entertainment or cultural enrichment? How has social media affect public engagement with art institutions, and how are museums adapting to try to stay relevant, and keep people engaged?
LA at Large
Yvonne Bas Tull and Dani Tull, the couple who founded the new Highland Park gallery Odd Ark LA, share their history within the Los Angeles, and the process of deciding to start a gallery. Odd Ark’s hosts a hybrid event program which celebrates the L.A. music scene, and the rich history of artist/musicians. Dani shares a couple of tracks by L.A. artists Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw (D’red D’warf).
D’red D’warf , A TONE MEANT FOR YOUR SINS, Slouching Toward Bedlam (Dec 7 2016). Jim Shaw, Dani Tull, Brian Randolph, and Daniel Hope.
Tijuana Hayride, from Mike Kelley’s Day Is Done / Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Sampler: Mike Kelley; Sampler, Keyboards: Scott Benzel.
The role of Instagram in the art museum – should museums be adapting programing to appeal to the general public? – Highland Park gallery, Odd Ark LA, shares their story – We listen to some great music tracks by Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw (D'red D'warf)