Tonight I am joined in the studio by Mary M. Tinti, Associate Curator at the Fitchburg Art Museum. Mary talks about the new exhibition One Language is Never Enough: Latino Artists in New England. This show features work by 24 contemporary artists of New England. One of those artists also joins us in the studio tonight: RAUL GONZALEZ III, who talks about his monumental and complex work in the show and his early life as an artist. For some examples of his work, please go to http://www.artbyraul.com/about.html
For more information about all the events associated with this show, please go to http://www.fitchburgartmuseum.org/
We continue our conversation (Part 3) with writer, screenwriter, teacher and film blogger Beverly Gray about her detailed and amazing biography: Roger Corman: Blood-Sucking Vampires, Flesh-Eating Cockroaches and Driller Killers. Tune in tonight as we talk about Cornan’s career up till today from Frankenstein Unbound to Sharktopus. Beverly’s blog can be found at http://beverlygray.blogspot.com/.