Capturing Joy, Spirit, and Movement, the abstract paintings of Moe Brooker
In this heartfelt podcast episode, Philadelphia artist Moe Brooker talks with Wit about his life, work, and how he left figurative work behind in pursuit of a way to record Black joy through abstraction. Learn more about 40 years as an arts educator and how he felt about having a joint opening with his former student, Carson Fox! The exhibition runs from July 5th to August 10th, catch it before it closes!

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Moe Brooker. Photo courtesy Wit López. Edited by Morgan Nitz

In this heartfelt podcast episode, Philadelphia artist Moe Brooker talks with Wit about his life, work, and how he left figurative work behind in pursuit of a way to record Black joy through abstraction. Learn more about 40 years as an arts educator and how he felt about having a joint opening with his former student, Carson Fox! Much gratitude to the staff of Stanek Gallery for making space for the recording of this podcast episode while they were actively installing. The exhibition runs from July 5th to August 10th, catch it before it closes!

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

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abstract, joy, moe brooker, movement, painter, painting, spirit, stank gallery, tyler school of art

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