Seeing Coloractive
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Zhiwan Cheung
Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts. With discussions shifting between art and race, Zhiwan Cheung hashes out with guests a range of topics about the creative process in a white-dominated art world.
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11 Available Episodes (11 Total)Average duration: 01:20:22
Jan 15 | 01:07:51
Episode 11: Harmony (w/ Umar Rashid)
Jan 01 | 02:15:00
Episode 10: Rights of Opacity (w/ Ariel René Jackson)
Dec 18 | 01:08:41
Episode 9: Grinding Work Into A Fine Hash (w/ Paul Peng)
Dec 04 | 01:40:00
Episode 8: We Are All Cute (w/ Tereneh Idia)
Nov 20 | 01:34:03
Episode 7: Tears and Pizza (w/ Adil Mansoor)
Nov 06 | 01:16:02
Episode 6: They Can Sure Enough Pronounce My Name (w/ Kilolo Luckett)
Oct 23 | 01:18:43
Episode 5: The Myth of Sisyphus (w/ Yujin Lee)
Oct 16 | 01:12:34
Episode 4: Cry, Baby (w/ Devan Shimoyama)
Oct 09 | 01:26:17
Episode 3: Who Gets To Be Called International (w/ Sarika Goulatia)
Oct 02 | 00:55:59
Episode 2: There Are Black People In The Future (w/ Alisha Wormsley)
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