The People with Insert Blanc Editor and Publisher Mathew Timmons and Insert Blanc Artist Ben White, features the voices and ideas of The People that make up the cultural landscape of Los Angeles, the west coast, and beyond on KCHUNG 1630AM every 3rd Sunday at 3pm and podcast on iTunes as The People Radio. The People is me, The People is you, The People is we, and You Can Too! … like a Broken Record magically repaired. In this issue of The Conversant, we feature The People episodes 20, 21 and 23, featuring: Stacey Allan & Sarah Williams, Carol Cheh & Ariel Evans, and Tomory Dodge & Nicolas Shake
The People: Tomory Dodge & Nicolas Shake Ep. 23
Featuring Notes from The People with J.S. Makkos & Bernard Pearce
Plus Allison Carter reading from her newly released poetry collection, Here Versus Elsewhere on Insert Blanc Press at Commonwealth and Council this past November… and we close out the show with a song by the band New Weather
The People: Carol Cheh & Ariel Evans Ep. 21
Featuring Notes from The People with William Moor and closing with a song by the band Sweet Cobra
The People: Stacey Allan & Sarah Williams Ep. 20
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Stacey Allan is the co-founder and executive editor of East of Borneo, an online magazine of contemporary art and its history as considered from Los Angeles.
Carol Cheh is a writer based in Los Angeles, who occasionally curates, and she runs the site Another Righteous Transfer which explores performance in the L.A. art scene.
Tomory Dodge is a painter from Los Angeles where he is represented by ACME Gallery.
Ariel Evans is a PhD candidate in Art History at the University of Texas at Austin, where she studies the history of photography, post-war American art and feminist history. She is the founding editor of Pastelegram, an art publishing collective that encourages serious engagements with living artists and art writers from diverse audiences.
Nicolas Shake is an artist in Los Angeles. He received his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and MFA from Claremont Graduate School and he is represented by Western Projects.
Sarah Williams is the co-founder and managing director of the Women’s Center for Creative Work. She is also the co-founder, with Andrew Berardini, of the Art Book Review and currently works as a producer at For Your Art.