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Beth Heinly, posing at Vox Populi before our interview

Beth Heinly on the importance of collecting and community – an artblog radio podcast

Beth Heinly grew up in the Philadelphia area.  She draws comic strips (under the title the 3:00 o’clock book) that tell humorous and dark stories from her life and she sometimes creates graphic novels, like a new one “Server Serial Killer” she is working on.  (Beth’s day job is being a server at the Irish pub, Fado, so we are guessing she’s got lots of material to work with for her new book.)  But Beth’s also a performance artist and a self-taught curator responsible for some great programming at Little Berlin, where she was a member, and now, at Vox ... More » »

Beth Heinly, at our interview Mar. 13, 2013, at Vox Populi

Next on artblog radio – a podcast with Beth Heinly about collecting, curating and growing up a Delco girl

Beth Heinly is an artist, performer, cartoonist, collector and curator. She is a community-spirited person who was part of the Little Berlin collective and is now a member of the Vox Populi space. Beth’s art captures her wicked sense of irony in works that are often ambiguous and humorous. As a curator, Beth has been responsible for organizing some great exhibits exhibits, including the current show at Vox Populi, Collection. We must say that we love Beth, who worked for artblog during some of our formative years, in which she managed our banner sponsorships and was fearless in conquering technology including ... More » »