The live online MAYKRvision feed of the panel talk held at Van Brunt Gallery on Sunday went off pretty well - with a few glitches along the way, but considering the lo-fi setup, the sound is very clear. It was a good test run. Thanks to Ty and Derek at Floor One Gallery for cluing me in on the possibility of broadcasting like this. Below are embeds of the talk, in three parts. You can also directly the each part's url on ustream.tv: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. There was a pre-Part 1 part which included Dorsky Museum curator Brian Wallace's opening statements, but that segment, unfortunately, was sans sound, so I've omitted it here. The videos below contain the raw footage of the talk which ran about 2 hours.
Joseph Meisel, Amy Lipton, Simon Draper, Beth E. Wilson and Brian Wallace spoke on the potentially expanding or evolving role of the artist in the 21st Century.
Video clips at UstreamPart 2:
Video clips at UstreamPart 3:
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