BmoreArt Interview with Sharon Louden, Zoë Charlton, and Tim Doud

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A Conversation between Culture Producers: Cara Ober, Sharon Louden, Zoë Charlton, and Tim Doud discuss altruism among artists and how this can manifest in a career.

This program originally aired on Untitled Radio on Thursday, December 9, 2017 at 3pm EST, live from the Untitled art fair in Miami Beach.

During Untitled, Miami Beach 2017, we invited Cara Ober, founding editor at BmoreArt (a Baltimore-based art magazine, a publication dedicated to critical discourse, artist-centric conversations, and equity in the art world) to conduct a series of interviews with diverse figures in the art world.

On December 9, Cara Ober interviewed Sharon Louden (author of The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life) and professors Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud, the founding partners at |sindikit| art space in Baltimore and co-authors of an essay for Louden’s book.

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