S.02 E.08: Sarah Hotchkiss

S.02 E.08: Sarah Hotchkiss

Hear more from Sarah on being involved in the Bay Area’s art scene as both a visual artist and arts editor for KQED, how artist residencies have led to career growth, the value of saying yes to unusual opportunities, and why being an active participant is vital to the local art scene.

Links to resources mentioned throughout the episode: 

Artwork Archive — Podcast sponsor, an online platform that manages all aspects of your career including art inventory and sales. Beyond the Studio listeners get 20% off when they get started with their free trial on www.artworkarchive.com/beyond

KQED — Northern California Public Media, where Sarah is Visual Arts Editor

California College of the Arts — Where Sarah earned her MFA

Womxn* Art Handlers — A Bay Area based group dedicated to the advancement of womxn art handlers

Vermont Studio Center — Where Sarah was a resident in 2008 (and met previous podcast guest Cindy Cheng!), and highly recommends as a great experience for artists new to residencies

Wassaic Project — Artist residency based in New York state

ACRE — Artist residency based in Steuben, Wisconsin (which has the best food, in Sarah’s opinion) and offers shorter term residencies around 2 weeks in length

San Francisco Arts Commission — Great resource for San Francisco based artists, including open calls

“You’re Weird for Building This” — Two-person solo show of Sarah and Stephanie Rohlfs at Royal NoneSuch Gallery in October 2018

Hunter East Harlem Gallery — New York, New York based art gallery where Sarah exhibited in 2017

Headlands Center for the Arts — Artist residency based in Sausalito, California

Mondo 2000 (Reality Hackers / High Frontiers) — Series of cyber culture magazines originating in the 1980’s

This Will Take Time — Artist residency based in Point Arena, California

Congratulations Pine Tree — Bay Area arts and culture podcast

KunstCapades — Bay Area variety show style arts podcast

Art Practical — Connecting regional arts communities across the West Coast through programming and publishing initiatives

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See more of Sarah’s work on her website www.sarahhotchkiss.com, www.kqed.org/arts, on Twitter @sahotchkiss, and on Instagram @sahotchkiss

S.02 E.09: Cynthia Tom

S.02 E.09: Cynthia Tom

S.02 E.07: Emily Gherard

S.02 E.07: Emily Gherard