Arts + Design Mondays: Radio, Podcast, and Contemporary Cultural Criticism, with John Horn, Glynn Washington, and Chloe Veltman
John Horn is host of KPCC’s The Frame, a daily arts and entertainment program. He has covered culture for nearly thirty years, including serving for over a decade at the Los Angeles Times as lead writer on the film industry.
Glynn Washington is host and executive producer of Snap Judgment on National Public Radio. The show’s podcasts have received widespread acclaim, with the episode “Unforgiven” named by the Atlantic as one of the fifty best podcast episodes of 2015.
Award-winning culture reporter, broadcaster, and educator Chloe Veltman currently serves as senior arts and culture editor at KQED. A former John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford and New York Times Bay Area culture correspondent, Chloe is also a guest lecturer at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and a Creative in Residence at The Battery, a club in downtown San Francisco.
This event is part of The Future of Cultural Criticism, a series featuring some of the most innovative and incisive commentators on culture, with a focus on the expansion of cultural criticism into new media, genres, and approaches. Sponsored by the Townsend Center for the Humanities, the Arts + Design Initiative, the Arts Research Center, Digital Humanities, and the Art of Writing program at UC Berkeley.
About Arts + Design Mondays
Join us Monday evenings as we invite UC Berkeley faculty and other creative people to talk about topics of current interest, including new immersive art technologies, the future of cultural criticism, and the role of the arts in social justice.
Arts + Design Mondays @ BAMPFA is organized by UC Berkeley’s Arts + Design Initiative, the Arts Research Center (ARC), and BAMPFA. Participating presenters include UC Berkeley’s Art of Writing; ARC; Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium; Berkeley Center for New Media; The Black Room; Department of Art Practice; Department of English; Digital Humanities at Berkeley; and the Townsend Center for the Humanities. The program is sponsored by Arts + Design.