On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
This week, Denver is playing host to more than 4,000 Democratic delegates and party leaders. But it’s also hosting a group of cutting-edge artists, who are using the party’s national convention to spark public dialogues about politics and art. We look at artistic responses to the DNC.
- Erin Trapp Director, Denver Office of Cultural Affairs
- Daniel Peltz Artist; creator "Karaoke Convention 2008"
- Krzysztof Wodiczko Artist; creator of "Veterans Vehicle Project"
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