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Episode 40 – Artist Wresting League



They are artists. They are wrestlers. They like beer.  It’s the Artist Wrestling League.  They descended upon the shed and slapped each other around, in what is likely the most surreal episode to date.

Runtime: 41:13

 

 

 

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Episode 38 – The Laughing Ogre



The Laughing Ogre has been a comic book tradition in Columbus for decades.  Gib, its founder and current general manager stopped by on Sunday to talk about comics, and we find out live about the passing of George Romero, creator of the Night of the Living Dead.  

Runtime: 44:35

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Episode 37 – The Hart Room with Matt Roberson



Matt Roberson returns to the shed to discuss his latest project and space – The Hart Room – a multi-purpose gathering space right next to his Airstream coffee shop in Gahanna.  He will debut the space with the inaugural showing all about how we’ve lost our ability to have meaningful conversations.

Runtime:  30:24

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You can hear our previous conversation with Matt back in November right here

 


Episode 31 – Artist Linda Apple



We often talk, and reminisce about the Short North before it became what it was today.  Linda Apple was instrumental in making that section of town the thriving art scene everyone remembers and loves. She’s studied and produced art all over the world. She, and her son John join us for some Crown Royal, and talk her amazing history.  This show goes a little long, because she had just so much great things to say.

Runtime: 47:40

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Episode 29 – Tyler Cann, Columbus Museum of Art



Tyler Cann might be the smartest guest we’ve had in the shed. He’s the contemporary Curator at the CMA.  We talk his new exhibit opening in June, and how slow down and enjoy the art you see.

Runtime: 36:39

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Episode 25 – Glass Axis



Alex Fresch has always known she wanted to play with fire. She’s an instructor and Social Media Coordinator for Glass Axis, a public art space for artists interested in all things Glass. We discuss her background, why Glass Axis is so important to the community, and the challenges of working in this male dominated medium.

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Runtime: 43:43

 

 

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Episode 16 – Society for Creative Anachronism



Today we get to explore one of Robert’s hobbies, and invite the King of Midrealm, Don Strubler over for a discussion.  The Society for Creative Anachronism is a group of historical reenactors focused roughly on the medieval period.  But, unlike most clubs who vote on their leader, the SCA chooses theirs by trial by combat.  Don talks to us about his 30 year history with the club, what it means to him, and how you could get involved.

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Runtime: 29:34

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Episode 7 – Performing arts commentator Richard Sanford



madmen_iconRichard Sanford is a wealth of knowledge about performing arts in Columbus. He writes reviews of theatre, Jazz, and rock for a number of outlets here in town.  He truly is a force of nature when it comes to the local arts scene.  Rob and Craig sat down with him to discuss his background, where he developed his taste, and why Columbus is such a great place for arts.  We could have talked with him forever.  Look below for a substantial list of show notes from this episode.

Runtime: 48:32

 

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Episode 5 – Lauren McCubbin



20161110_192655Lauren McCubbin is a Columbus College of Art & Design professor, installment artist, and all around amazing person. Rob and Craig welcome her into the Falcon’s Roost last week to discuss her background, her art which primarily deals with the concerns of the sex worker, feminism, and the recent election.

Runtime: 49:54

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