My guest today is the amazingly talented Julie Sasse, Chief Curator at the Tucson Museum of Art. Julie is a life-long lover of the arts, the southwest, and the human experience. During the day she curates art installations for the museum and, in her free time, she writes extensively about modern and contemporary artists, seeking to ensure their memories don’t fade away forever. Julie is filled with a youthful energy for life, a love for people and creativity, and I enjoyed my conversation with her very very much. I hope you enjoy it as well.
In our conversation, we discussed the stories all around us, discovering new artists, art transcending stories, context and story, art and culture, newness and profanity, humanity, the culture we grow up in, being our own person, feeling like a fool, loving where you are, an attitude as an artist, doing what other people tell you, growing from a child to an adult with a story, having confidence in yourself, seeing your situation as a blessing and loving it, and accepting the process.
Guest Name: Julie Sasse, Chief Curator at the Tucson Museum of Art
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