Embracing the spirit, history, and subculture of the public access television movement of the 70's and 80's, WPA is pleased (OK, to be honest we are a bit unsure how this will turn out) to host TheArtShow.TV.

Conceived by artists Calder Brannock and Kent Reynolds, TheArtShow.TV is an internet-based platform for the discussion, critique, and analysis of pertinent issues related to contemporary art. Episodes will be recorded and edited LIVE in the WPA gallery from May 2 - 14. Be sure to follow @wpadc on social media for updates, times, video clips, and additional information. Full episodes can be streamed at http://theartshow.tv/.

Highlights from the first two episodes of #TheArtShow.TV. Episode 3 recording tonight, LIVE at WPA, 6:30pm.

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TheArtShow.TV is an internet based talk show covering contemporary art. Host Calder Brannock is joined by one or more experts to discuss critique and analyze the previous week’s art happenings. Available for download in both video and audio formats, TheArtShow.TV aims to inform, entertain and document contemporary art as it happens. Join us at: http://theartshow.tv.


Washington Project for the Arts
2124 8th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001


May 2 - May 14, 2016

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