Alumnus Author Calvin D. Sun ’04 featured on Trinity’s p...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumna author Calvin D. Sun, class of 2004. Calvin is a board-certified physician specializing in emergency medicine, a public speaker, author, activist, and travel writer based in New York City. He has worked at multiple emergency departments—most notably during the COVID-19 pandemic—as well as large-scale events primarily across the New York City metropolitan area.
Calvin is also the founder of The Monsoon Diaries: a blog-turned-travel community that has taken hundreds of readers to over 190 countries and territories in the past ten years including North Korea, Nauru, Greenland, and Antarctica. The Monsoon Diaries has been featured on BBC News, ABC News, MSNBC, TED, "National Geographic," and "USA Today."
His book, published by HarperCollins with a foreword by Lisa Ling, is "The Monsoon Diaries: A Doctor’s Journey of Hope and Healing from the ER Frontlines to the Far Reaches of the World."
Listen on Trinity's Web Site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/alumnus-author-calvin-d-sun-class-of-2004
Alumna author Phoebe Zerwick ’78 featured on Trinity’s p...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumna author Phoebe Zerwick class of 1978. Phoebe is an award-winning investigative journalist, narrative writer, and college professor. Her writing has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine, National Geographic, the Nation, the Winston-Salem Journal, and Glamour, among other publications. Her work has been recognized by the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists, Columbia University, the North Carolina Press Association, and has been featured in the HBO documentary, The Trials of Darryl Hunt. A graduate of the Columbia University School of Journalism, Phoebe is the director of the journalism program at Wake Forest University, where she teaches writing and journalism, including courses taught at the law school in collaboration with the director of Wake Forest's Innocence & Justice Clinic. She lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with her husband, a dog, and three cats. Her blended family includes three grown children. She is the author of Beyond Innocence: The Life Sentence of Darryl Hunt.
Listen on Trinity's Web Site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/alumna-author-phoebe-zerwick-class-of-1978
Alumnus author Tom Lin ’14 featured on Trinity’s podcast...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumnus author Tom Lin class of 2014. Tom was born in Beijing, China, and immigrated to the United States when he was four years old. A graduate of Pomona College, he is currently in the PhD program in the English department at the University of California, Davis. The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu is his debut novel.
Listen on Trinity's Web Site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/alumnus-author-tom-lin-class-of-2014
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Alumna author Emily Levine ’97 featured on Trinity’s pod...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features Associate Professor of Education and (by courtesy) History at Stanford University Emily J. Levine class of 1997. She received her PhD in history and the humanities at Stanford and her BA from Yale, where she later returned as an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow. She was the recipient of fellowships from the National Humanities Center and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and her work is currently supported by a multi-year Stanford grant dedicated to recovering the university as a public good. Before arriving at Stanford, Emily was associate professor of European history at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she held the Candace Bernard and Robert Glickman Dean’s Professorship and chaired the Triangle Intellectual History Seminar. She is the author of Allies and Rivals: German-American Exchange and the Rise of the Modern Research University. Her previous book, Dreamland of Humanists: Warburg, Cassirer, Panofsky, and the Hamburg School, was awarded the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize by the American Historical Association. Emily has published essays in the New York Times, the LA Review of Books, the Washington Post, Foreign Policy, the Chronicle of Higher Education, and Inside Higher Ed, as well as in top scholarly journals.
Listen on Trinity's Web site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/alumna-author-emily-j-levine-class-of-1997
Lower School Learning Specialist Monique Duncan featured on ...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features Lower School Learning Specialist Monique Duncan who has been at Trinity since 2017. Monique is dedicated to influencing youth positively through education and advocacy. She writes and illustrates multicultural children's stories that inspire, amuse, and foster a love of reading, while reflecting images and experiences with which children of diverse cultures can identify. She aims to help cultivate their understanding of themselves, their communities, and the world around them. Monique is passionate about representation in children’s literature and wants Black children to feel affirmed when reading her stories. Her most recent book is When Mama Braids My Hair, which describes a young girl's experience of having her hair braided and the bond it creates with her mother. In 2019, When Mama Braids My Hair was nominated for an Ezra Jack Keats Award. It was also selected for the Cooperative Children’s Book Center Choices 2019 best-of-the-year list, and it was featured on the PBS series, Let's Learn.
Listen on Trinity's Web site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/faculty-author-monique-duncan
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Alumnus author Vincent Katz ’78 featured on Trinity’s po...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features Vincent Katz class of 1978. Vincent is a poet, translator, critic, editor, and curator. He is the author of fifteen books of poetry, including Broadway for Paul and Previous Glances: an intense togetherness. He won the 2005 National Translation Award, given by the American Literary Translators Association, for his book of translations from Latin, The Complete Elegies of Sextus Propertius. He was awarded a Rome Prize Fellowship in Literature at the American Academy in Rome for 2001-2002. Vincent has done book collaborations with artists, including James Brown, Rudy Burckhardt, Francesco Clemente, Wayne Gonzales, and Alex Katz, and with poets, including Anne Waldman. He writes frequently on contemporary art and has published reviews, articles, and essays on a wide range of visual artists, including Ghada Amer and Reza Farkondeh, Jennifer Bartlett, Janet Fish, Nabil Nahas, Kiki Smith, Beat Streuli, and Cy Twombly. He curated a museum exhibition about Black Mountain College and he curated "Street Dance: The New York Photographs of Rudy Burckhardt" for the Museum of the City of New York.
Listen on Trinity's Web site: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/alumnus-author-vincent-katz-class-of-1978
Alumna author Katherine “Kitty” Harvey ’99 fea...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumna author Katherine "Kitty" Harvey class of 1999. Kitty is an adjunct assistant professor in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University. She is also on the board of advisors at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and holds a PhD in Middle Eastern Studies from King's College London. Previously, she served as an intelligence officer in the US Navy, with tours in the Middle East, Europe, and at sea. Her book is A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: The Saudi Struggle for Iraq, an exploration into why the Saudis refused to engage with Iraq’s post-2003 Shia-led government, despite continual outreach by Iraq’s new leaders and considerable pressure from the United States.
Alumnus author Mark Prins ’07 featured on Trinity’s ...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumnus author Mark Prins class of 2007. A graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, Mark has received fellowships from the Truman Capote Trust, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and the Sun Valley Writers' Conference. Previously, he studied literature at Williams College and Exeter College, Oxford. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. His debut novel is The Latinist, a modern retelling of the myth of Daphne and Apollo set in the lofty world of cutthroat academia.
Alumna author Sophie Brickman ’02 featured on Trinity̵...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features alumna author Sophie Brickman class of 2002. Sophie is a writer, journalist, and editor whose work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Saveur, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Best Food Writing compilation, and the Best American Science Writing compilation, among other publications. She is currently a columnist at the Guardian. Her book is Baby, Unplugged, which explores the intersection of parenting and technology.
Head of Computer Science Justin Gohde featured on Trinity...
This episode of Trinity’s podcast, "podmissum," features Head of Computer Science Justin Gohde, who has been teaching math and computer science for more than twenty years. He oversees Trinity’s computer science curriculum and programs, including a design lab makerspace with a wide collection of rapid prototyping tools for supporting computer science, robotics, and other STEAM-focused projects. His book is Programming with OpenSCAD: A Beginner's Guide to Coding 3D-Printable Objects, a learn-to-code book that introduces core computational thinking concepts through the design of 3D-printable objects.
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faculty-author-justin-gohde/id721830443?i=1000544352742
Teacher of Physical Education and Fitness Teresa Edwards fea...
This episode of Trinity's podcast, "podmissum," features Teacher of Physical Education and Fitness Teresa Edwards. Teresa is a five-time Olympian and a four-time Olympic gold medalist—in 1984 she became the youngest basketball player to win a gold medal and in 2000 the oldest to win gold—a two-time All-American basketball player, and the University of Georgia retired her jersey number; Teresa is one of only three players to receive that honor. She scored 1,982 points playing for the Cairo High School Syrupmakers and in 1982 was named Georgia High School Player of the Year. She is the author of "Black Gold," in which she shares the story of her Olympic successes and challenge and how she helped lead the USA women’s basketball squad to gold at the Atlanta Olympic Games. Profoundly influenced by the many strong women in her family and life, Teresa is a leader, a coach, and an inspiration.
Listen on Trinity’s website: http://podcasts.trinityschoolnyc.org/faculty-author-teresa-edwards
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Alumna Author Jennifer S. Hirsch ’84
This episode of podmissum features Jennifer S. Hirsch ’84, a medical anthropologist and professor of sociomedical sciences at Columbia University, who codirects the Sexual Health Initiative to Foster Transformation, known as SHIFT, a research project on sexual assault and sexual health among Columbia undergraduates.
With Shamus Khan, she is coauthor of Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus, which draws on SHIFT’s ethnographic research to examine sexual assault and consensual sex among undergraduates in relation to the broader context of campus life.
The “Iliad” and “Odyssey” – wi...
This episode features a conversation with Teacher of English Brad Anderson and Teacher of Classics Bill Pagonis about the Iliad and Odyssey and the reasons that they continue to value and learn from these ancient poems.
Brad Anderson joined Trinity's English Department in 2005 and has his degrees from Stanford University and Yale University. Bill Pagonis has taught in Trinity's Classics Department since 2003 and has degrees from Ohio University and The City University of New York.
The conversation took place in the new building on Trinity's campus.
Alumna Author Kristina Pérez ’98
This episode of podmissum features alumna author Kristina Pérez ’98 who identifies as a half-Argentine and half-Norwegian native New Yorker. She holds a PhD in medieval literature from the University of Cambridge and has taught at the National University of Singapore and the University of Hong Kong. As a journalist, she’s written for many international news outlets including the Wall Street Journal Asia, Condé Nast Traveler, and CNN.
She is the author of the nonfiction adult title, The Myth of Morgan LaFey and the young adult fantasy novel, Sweet Black Waves. Its sequel, Wild Savage Stars, is forthcoming this summer. Her first young adult science fiction novel, The Tesla Legacy, was released this spring.
Kristina came to Trinity's campus to talk about writing and her first novel.
This episode of podmissum features Commencement 2017, with senior speakers Laura Claire Glesby ’17, Isaac Orlando Longobardi '17, commencement speaker John McEnroe ’77—the parent of Ava, class of 2017—as well as The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, John Allman, the head of school, Matthew McLennan, the president of the board of trustees, and Stephen M. Kolman, the Upper School principal.
This episode of podmissum features Commencement 2016, with senior speakers Vanessa Chung ’16, Samuel Ezra Puopolo '16, commencement speaker Douglas McGrath—the parent of Henry, class of 2016—as well as The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, John Allman, the head of school, Matthew McLennan, the president of the board of trustees, and Jessica Bagby, the Upper School principal.
Commencement 2016 was held at Cathedral of Saint John the Divine. We begin with The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, and his invocation.
Jackson Katz – Co-founder of the Mentors In Violence P...
This episode of podmissum features Jackson Katz. Dr. Katz is an anti-sexist male activist, as well as an educator, author, filmmaker, and cultural theorist. He is internationally recognized for his groundbreaking work in the field of gender violence prevention education and critical media literacy. He is the co-founder of the Mentors In Violence Prevention program, the leading gender violence prevention initiative in professional and college athletics. Dr. Katz is also the creator and co-creator of educational videos for college and high school students as well as the author of two books: The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help and Leading Men: Presidential Campaigns and the Politics of Manhood.
Dr. Katz spoke at Trinity’s Upper School Community Time on 10 February 2014 and made an evening presentation to parents and students on 11 February 2014. This podcast is mostly drawn from the evening presentation, although some parts of the Community Time presentation have been woven in. The evening presentation was jointly sponsored by Trinity School, Ethical Culture Fieldston School, and Riverdale Country School. We begin with John Allman, Trinity's head of school, who introduces the evening’s program, followed by Mariama Richards, director of progressive and multicultural education at Ethical Culture Fieldston School, and Trinity student Jon Rodriguez '14.
This episode deals with mature topics including sex, sexual assault, and rape and has a few instances of sexually-explicit language. Listener discretion is advised.
Third Grade Authors
In this episode of Podmissum you will hear from some of Trinity's third grade authors as they read from their real-life stories and discuss their writing processes. Hear about “tired words,” learn why “said is dead,” and discover the rich diversity of experience in the lives of eight-and nine-year-old boys and girls.
Featured in this episode: Grade Three Teacher Lindsay Baker, Anna Fuchs '23, Tess Gray '23, Finn Guillemin '23, Perry Hefferren-Harkless, Farah Husain '23, Isaac Kruger '23, and Everett Yum '23.
Trinity Talks – A Panel Discussion About Social Media
This episode of podmissum features a conversation with representatives from some of the most popular social media platforms. The conversation was moderated by CNN’s Chris Cuomo and he was joined by Andrew Fitzgerald, a member of the News and Journalism Partnerships team at Twitter, Jordan Goldman, the founder and CEO of Unigo, Ed O’Keefe, the editor-in-chief of NowThis News, and Victoria Rogers, who performs outreach on behalf of Kickstarter, working with creators and the institutions that support their work.
Dr. Anne Marie Albano – Coping with Anxiety
This episode of podmissum features Dr. Anne Marie Albano, who is an associate professor of clinical psychology in psychiatry and director of the Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center. In 2001 Dr. Albano was named a Beck Institute Scholar. She is an associate editor of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology and she is the president of the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology of the American Psychological Association.
Dr. Albano helps children, adolescents, and adults who struggle with anxiety and depression to master their concerns and embrace life's challenges instead of fearing them. She is the author of the book You and Your Anxious Child: Free Your Child from Fears and Worries and Create a Joyful Family Life. Dr. Albano conducts clinical research, supervises the research and clinical development of postdoctoral fellows in psychology and psychiatry, and is involved in advanced training of senior level clinicians in the application of cognitive behavioral approaches to diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Albano was invited to speak at Trinity on the morning of 29 April 2014 as a guest of the health and parenting committee of the Parents’ Association. She spoke about helping children cope with anxiety and took questions from an audience of Trinity parents.
Gloria Steinem – Feminist, Political Activist, and Aut...
This episode of podmissum features Gloria Steinem, a prominent American feminist, political activist, and author. A leader of the women’s liberation movement in the 1960s and 1970s, Ms. Steinem co-founded Ms. magazine, and has written for New York Magazine, the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, and many other domestic and international publications. In 2005, along with Jane Fonda and Robin Morgan, she co-founded the Women’s Media Center.
Ms. Steinem is the author of Revolution from Within: A Book of Self-Esteem, Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions, and Marilyn: Norma Jean, a biography of the actress. She is currently writing Road to the Heart: America As if Everyone Mattered, a book about her experiences as a feminist organizer. In addition to her activism in the pursuit of gender equality, Ms. Steinem also writes and lectures on other progressive social issues such as racial equality, LGBT rights, abortion, and the death penalty.
A recipient of many awards and honors, Ms. Steinem was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame in 1993 and was the American Humanist Association’s 2012 Humanist of the Year. In 2013 she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Ms. Steinem was invited to speak at Trinity's Upper School Community Time on the morning of 5 May 2014 as a guest of the Feminist Club. Jessica Bagby, Trinity's Upper School principal, introduces the morning's program and she is followed by Feminist Club members Miranda Coombe ’14 and Caroline Monahan ’14. Television journalist Katie Couric—the parent of Elinor Monahan ’09 and Caroline Monahan ’14—conducted the interview.
This episode of podmissum features Trinity School's commencement ceremony for the class of 2014, with senior speakers Eleanor Strauss '14 and Tom Lin '14, commencement speaker Katie Couric—the parent of Elinor, class of 2009, and Caroline, class of 2014—as well as The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, John Allman, the head of school, Emily Mandelstam, the president of the board of trustees, and Jessica Bagby, the Upper School principal.
Commencement 2014 was held at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine. We begin with The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, who introduces the morning’s program.
Aaron Smithson ’15 Discusses Security Sector Reform in Som...
Aaron Smithson ’15 is the New York State winner of the United States Institute of Peace National Peace Essay Contest for 2014. A rising senior at Trinity, Aaron has been interested in international relations for as long as he can remember. He discovered the contest by searching online, looking for something additional to do his junior year at Trinity. He decided that it would be interesting, and challenging, to write about security sector reform in Somalia and Sierra Leone.
Aaron’s research into the topic, as well as his work on his winning essay, gave him fascinating insights into security sector reform in developing nations. His interview is thoughtful, insightful, compelling, and riveting. Listen in, you’ll be amazed.
David Hempton, Dean of Harvard Divinity School
This episode of podmissum features Dean of Harvard Divinity School David Hempton. Named the outstanding teacher of the year in 2008, he was recently granted a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities and has given the F.D. Maurice Lecture at King’s College London and the Cadbury Lecture at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. Prior to his appointment at Harvard in the spring of 2007, Hempton was a professor of christianity at Boston University and director of the School of History at Queen’s University Belfast. At Harvard’s Divinity School, he has encouraged more discourse with the Arts and Sciences faculty leading to a broader intellectual dialogue on religion.
Hempton studies evangelicalism on a global scale, with a focus on the early modern period. He has written numerous books and articles; his latest titles include Methodism: Empire of the Spirit (Yale, 2005), Evangelical Disenchantment (Yale, 2008), and The Church in the Long Eighteenth Century (Tauris, 2011). He is currently working on a study of the secularization of Europe and America from the eighteenth-century to the present day.
Dean Hempton was invited to speak at Trinity on the morning of 11 September 2014 at the opening Upper School Chapel of the 2014-2015 academic year. He is introduced by Calista Lee ’11 and after his talk there is a brief question and answer period with Upper School students.
Dr. Mark Crawford – Child and Adult Psychologist
This episode of podmissum features Dr. Mark Crawford. Dr. Crawford is a partner in an outpatient practice in Atlanta, Georgia and is a consulting psychologist to The Westminster Schools and Pace Academy. He is also team psychologist for the Atlanta Hawks basketball team.
Dr. Crawford has published many works on the psychological challenges facing adolescents, with topics including substance abuse, parent-child conflict, and the diagnosis of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. He has been a guest on Good Morning America, World News Now, House Call with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and CNN Headline News.
Dr. Crawford was invited to speak to the parents at Trinity on the morning of 19 November 2014. The title of Dr. Crawford’s talk is Parenting with Perspective: What is our Most Important Goal?
J. Tom Morgan – Lawyer and Legal Advocate for Children...
This episode of podmissum features Mr. J. Tom Morgan. Mr. Morgan was the first prosecutor in Georgia to specialize in the prosecution of crimes against children and teenagers. Prior to his current career, Mr. Morgan was the district attorney of DeKalb County, Georgia. In addition to his legal work, Mr. Morgan is a recognized authority on the protection and education of young people. He is in wide demand as a public speaker for schools, churches, and community groups. He has appeared on many television programs, including CNN’s Talk Back Live, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and the Today Show.
Mr. Morgan has published a book, Ignorance is No Defense: A Teenager’s Guide to Georgia Law. The book is an approachable explanation of the law, using real-world examples to illustrate its points.
Spanish Comes to Trinity’s Kindergarten
This episode of podmissum explores the most recent addition to the Kindergarten curriculum...Spanish. Every week during the 2014-2015 academic year, all sixty students in Trinity's Kindergarten learned Spanish in their homerooms and during sessions with Lower School Spanish Teacher Jessica Linares.
Learn about the new program from Kindergarten Teacher Kerrie Coates, Assistant Teacher Tyler Paul '04, Lower School Spanish Teacher Jessica Linares, as well as from Kindergarten students Brynn Eilers '27, Fahad Husain '27, Benjamin Malone '27, Dilan Nasta '27, Aidan Rosenblatt '27, Charlotte Rotonda '27, Lily Royce '27, and Shaleen Sheth '27.
This episode of podmissum features Commencement 2015, with senior speakers Lucia Pilar Ryan ’15, Arnab Banerji '15, commencement speaker David Saltzman ’80—the parent of Jacob, class of 2014, and Edward, class of 2015—as well as The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, John Allman, the head of school, Emily Mandelstam, the president of the board of trustees, and Jessica Bagby, the Upper School principal.
Commencement 2015 was held at Cathedral of Saint John the Divine. We begin with The Reverend Timothy L. Morehouse, Trinity’s chaplain, and his invocation.
Creativity with Laura Glesby ’17
This episode of podmissum features Laura Glesby ’17. Born and raised in New York City, Laura provides insight into the creative process from the perspective of a young writer. An avid reader from an early age, Laura discovered she could read in preschool, an accomplishment that separated her from most of her peers at the time. This discovery transformed her budding educational experience and shaped an identity strongly informed by books, and eventually, by writing. Wishing to take on a more structured approach to the craft, Laura enrolled in classes in the non-profit organization Writopia Lab, considered to be one of the premier programs in New York City for writers between the ages of six and eighteen. It is at Writopia that she continues to hone her writing skills and develop her creative process under the tutelage of published authors and a community of young writers. The conversation with Laura took place at Trinity in the autumn of 2015.
Creativity with Jim Cifelli
This episode of podmissum features Performing Arts Department Chair Jim Cifelli. Mr. Cifelli was born in Yorktown Heights, New York. A seasoned post-bop/hard bop trumpet player, his musical career spans decades. His musical education formally began in music camp during the summer of fourth grade when he was given his first trumpet to play, though it was said his passion for the instrument was evident even as a toddler. Catching the music bug, he went on to study music at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, and eventually enrolled at New York University where he received a degree in jazz and commercial music. He currently serves as the director of Performing Arts at Trinity, a position he’s held since 2012. This conversation with Mr. Cifelli took place at Trinity in the autumn of 2015.
Creativity with Judy Glantzman ’74
This episode of podmissum features Judy Glantzman ’74 who lives and works in New York City. She has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States and abroad. A 1978 graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Judy was active in the East Village art scene in the 1980s. After receiving a number of grant and awards, including the Anonymous Was a Woman Foundation Grant in 1997 and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship in 2001, Judy held a thirty-year retrospective of her work in 2009 with Dactyl Foundation. For Judy the artistic process reveals as well as obfuscates—she has defined art as a dialogue that goes back and forth, a “paradoxical dynamic” like ying and yang—a spiritual principle that she enjoys lending to her work.
The podcast took place at Judy's most recent show in October 2015, at Betty Cuningham Gallery on Manhattan's Lower East Side. In the course of the conversation three of the works in her show are discussed. The first is rather large with sixteen separate framed and mounted works of acrylic and paper hung next to each other to create a group of separated panels. Each panel is approximately one foot square and may have a representational image, such as a depiction of the earth, or may be nearly abstract with few recognizable images. The other works that are discussed are groups of small portraits. Some of the portraits are Judy’s interpretations of works by other artists, such as Winslow Homer, while other portraits depict the actor Peter Falk, perhaps best known for his role as television’s Columbo.
To see some of the works in the show please visit: https://www.bettycuninghamgallery.com/artists/judy-glantzman