As we get ready for the new year, we thought we’d take some time to reflect on our favorite moments from this past season. We've been so lucky to have had such an incredible roster of artists come on the show in 2021, so this week on the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast, we’re looking back at some of our favorite moments in a special "2021 Holiday Bonus" episode.
You’ll hear from our hosts Jessica, Sam, and Sara, as well as our podcast editor Alex, as they share the moments from this past year that inspired them. You’ll hear short clips from some of your favorite guests Including legendary photographer Ami Vitale, quilter Bisa Butler, and Craig Dykers: cofounder of Snøhetta. In addition, you’ll get a sneak peek at what’s coming in next year, hearing from the Antarctic flag designers of True South, as well as how painter Brian Peterson uplifts those experiencing homelessness by painting their portraits and giving them the money earned from sales.
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Read more about some of the projects we discuss:
Photographer Ami Vitale on Following your Heart and Documenting Stories of Hope [Podcast]
Fiber Artist Bisa Butler on Her Vibrant Quilted Portraits That Share Black Stories [Podcast]
Interview: Artist Changes the Lives of the Homeless by Painting their Portraits