The Gallery Gap

Claire Kovacs and Melissa Mohr host "Gallery Gap" on WVIK.
Credit Jared Johnson

WVIK has partnered with the Figge Art Museum and Augustana College's Teaching Museum of Art to produce a new podcast focusing on underrepresented populations in art galleries across the world, and in our community.

Melissa Mohr, director of Education at the Figge, and Claire Kovacs, director of the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art, host the Gallery Gap.

Produced by Lacy Scarmana and Alfredo Manteca.

Sponsored by Pederson Paetz Design.  

Courtesy of LA Louver Gallery, Venice.

What would you do with pieces of wood and rope, a pair of antlers, and tar? Artist Alison Saar transforms all of these, and much more, to create dynamic sculptures and installations that examine the positioning of women and African-Americans, both throughout history and in contemporary culture.

Courtesy of the Guerrilla Girls / guerrillagirls.com

This week, Claire Kovacs and Melissa Mohr pick up where they left off by talking about the Guerrilla Girls, an anonymous group of feminist artists.

Claire Kovacs and Melissa Mohr host "The Gallery Gap," a conversation on underrepresented populations of artists in galleries across the world.

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