On This Week’s edition of “The Process” Kat Lucid spoke with Kate Lawrence, director at Hyde Park Art Center. According to American Arts Alliance, the arts produce jobs generating an estimated $37 billion. The Hyde Park Art Center is celebrating its 75th year of operation. Hyde Park Art Center now welcomes more than 40,000 people annually and has become a nationally recognized model for how an institution can develop its city artists while remaining accessible and relevant to its immediate community.
This edition of the program also features Maggie Jensen with guest Patricia Larkin-Green, Director and Curator For Open Wall Chicago. Patricia specializes in Sumi-E a form of Ink Wash Painting,
Last but not least, Ty Hill speaks with DJ Mike P. Outside of the world of Djing many may not understand the level of artistry involved in it and how important it is to have a keen sense of music along with sharp people skills. DJ Mike P continues to excel with said skills at the tender age of 19 and speaks on this edition of the program about what keeps him going.
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