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On the Left, a photo of Angelic Goldsky smiling and looking at the camera. On the right Hayla Ragland is smiling and looking at the camera.

Episode 20: Expanding Your Constrained Universe: Angelic Goldsky and Hayla Ragland

Episode 20: Expanding Your Constrained Universe: Angelic Goldsky and Hayla Ragland

Images: Left: Angelic Goldsky, Right: Hayla Ragland, Photo by David Conklin We’re continuing to listen in on the 2021 Emerging Artist Residents! In this episode Angelic Goldsky and Hayla Ragland talk through their intermedia practices and the ways that their backgrounds, the site of Fort Worden, and time for focus has affected their work. Listen

Two side by side photos, left is Laura Medina looking up to the right, and right image is Azali Ansar Muhammad sitting on a couch and looking at the camera.

On A.I.R. Episode 19: Future Archives and Bringing it All to Life: Azali Ansar Muhammad and Laura Medina

For the second installment of the 2021 Centrum Emerging Artist Residency conversations Azali Ansar Muhammad and Laura Medina share processes and backgrounds behind their current projects. They talk animation, working fluidly through mediums, and leveraging these methods to navigate hard subject matters while bringing joy and play into the work. Muhammad shares about their work

Left, image of Mel Carter working on installation in studio. Right image, Headshot of Woodrow Hunt looking at camera and smiling from behind laptop that with "Indian Land" sticker.

On A.I.R. Episode 18: Land Memory, Tattoos, and Liquid Spells – Woodrow Hunt and Mel Carter

Photos: Left: Mel Carter in studio, Right: Woodrow Hunt in studio – Photos by David Conklin In October 2021, six artists were juried into Centrum’s Emerging Artist Residency and received stipends, housing, and studio space for one month at Fort Worden State Park. Artists paired up towards the end of their residencies to chat with

On A.I.R. Episode 17: Brenda Chapman on Story Artistry, Disney, and Taking Time

In early 2021, Centrum hosted award-winning director, writer, and story artist, Brenda Chapman for a month-long residency. A few months later, Michelle Hagewood catches up with Chapman to revisit conversations started over that residency. Chapman reflects on the ups and downs of her long career at Disney, Dreamworks, and Pixar and shares her early influences

On A.I.R. Episode 16: Queer Ecologies Part 4 with Jasmine Harvey

This is the final installment of the series put together by Centrum and Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and July Hazard to ask “what is queer ecology?” of climate scientists, ecologists, choreographers, poets, and creatives who each share unique perspectives on how queer and trans identities can and do play important roles in shifting the way we think about the sciences and our relations with the

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On A.I.R. Episode 15: Queer Ecologies Part 3 with Jocine Velasco

This is part three of a four-part series put together by Centrum and Cleo Woelfle-Erskine and July Hazard to ask “what is queer ecology?” of climate scientists, ecologists, choreographers, poets, and creatives who each share unique perspectives on how queer and trans identities can and do play important roles in shifting the way we think about the sciences and our relations with the

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