Santa Fe University‘s Outdoor Vision Fest (OVF) 2013 was attended by more than a thousand people, and as the photo here proves, we couldn’t have gotten nicer weather (this snap shows off Santa Fe’s pretty skies — as well as a half-dozen of our 40+ installations — only a few minutes before showtime officially commenced).
Onto the airwaves again, this time with The Julia Goldberg Morning Show: Tuesday, April 23, 8:30am MDT on KVSF-FM (101.5). This time I’ll be “flying solo” as I talk all things Outdoor Vision Fest — just a few days away from the big night itself. Julia is a former editor of the Santa Fe Reporter and has now launched Santa Fe’s newest morning radio talk show. You can live stream the show here.
The archived broadcast (i.e., podcast) of the April 18, 2013 (and April 20, 2013 rebroadcast) of New Mexico Film Works is now available.
Listen to it and you’ll get a whole hour of studio arts major Jessica Minnich, studio arts professor Tom Miller and yours truly discussing Santa Fe University‘s Outdoor Vision Fest with host Dirk Norris of the New Mexico Film Office. Installations galore, preferred Twitter hashtag (#ovf2013), food trucks, the OVF origin story, and more. Hope you enjoy, and that you’ll come on down to OVF if you’re within driving distance on April 26.
I’m on the air again this Friday, April 19, 6:30pm MDT to discuss SFUAD’s Outdoor Vision Fest, joined by my colleague Professor Tom Miller, and studio arts major Jessica Minnich. We’ll occupy half of the 30-minute show Cinema Scope, broadcast on KSFR, 101.5-FM. The host is Stu Goswick, who I’ve had the pleasure of being on the air with several times before. If you’re not in northern New Mexico, or nowhere near a radio, you can live-stream the show here.