Philip Glahn on art work, examining alternative histories, and what even is productivity?
In this 34 minute long podcast, Morgan Nitz speaks with Philip Glahn about the importance of exploring alternative methods of art making/ art working. They also discuss the problem with American academia and the value of critiquing existing social and labor structures.

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Photo courtesy Philip Glahn.
Photo courtesy Philip Glahn.

In this episode of Artblog Radio, Morgan Nitz speaks with Philip Glahn, an award winning professor, Doctor of Art History, and author of Bertolt Brecht. Tune in to this 34 minute long podcast to hear Philip speak about the importance of exploring alternative methods of art making/ art working and researching alternative histories. They also discuss the problem with American academia and the value of critiquing existing social and labor structures.

ARTBLOG RADIO is now available on Apple (iTunes and Apple Podcasts) and Spotify, and available via RSS. This podcast was recorded and edited by Morgan Nitz.

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aesthetics, art history, Bertolt Brecht, Brooklyn College, Critical Studies, Hunter College, Kathi Weeks, philip glahn, Pratt Institute, The Problem with Work, tyler school of art

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