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3/13/13 Brownies, watermarks, serendipity, cooking cyanotypes, and Angelfood McSpade
March 30, 2014 05:10 PM PDT
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We are joined by photographer/instructor Kate S. Parzych for a jangulating discussion of cameras, big ass printers, the senses, untitled works, and Hiroshi Sugimoto. Kate also provides a good reason for considering dark room chemicals a fountain of youth. Mr. Answer Man, meanwhile, wrestles the noble spud away from the French.

3/27/13 Fish tackling, zen dehumidifiers, spatulate hands, stale architecture, and animal midwifery
March 30, 2014 05:03 PM PDT
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Laugh along as Messrs. Burnham & Dodge are joined by not one but many guests in this, their 4th anniversary show. The not-so-secret word for tonight is outtakes and that’s what this episode is all about as we play hilarious bits excerpted from previously recorded shows, going back to 2011. Featured guests – through the magic of recorded audio – from the days of yore include John Stiny, Matt LaChiusa, Josie DiVincenzo, Alison Kurek, Monica Farrar, Dave Lefkowitz, and Elaine Barthel. And it’s Mr. Answer Man to the rescue when the ThinkTwiceRadio housecat Mr. Twinkles turns out to be female.

4/28/13 Sunsets, poetry, art subsidies, and parental (dis)couragement in the arts
March 30, 2014 04:58 PM PDT
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Painter/poet/gallery owner George Grace joins us in a post-metabolic discussion that involves dead life painting, cutting six inches off Henry Lewis, presidential pitfalls, blood meridians, and living in Nashville. In addition to all that, George reads two poems about plastic bags and falling off a ladder. Mr. Answer Man perorates on the power of puppy love.

5/1/13 Documenting reality, Wasaluna, concerned photography, and canoodling with carbon offset schemes
Explicit
March 30, 2014 04:48 PM PDT
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Join us as we spend an hour with international photojournalist Orin Langelle and writer/activist Ann Peterman who travel the world documenting environmental injustice and advocating for indigenous peoples. Among the varied topics discussed are Vermont McMansions, Nicaraguan landslides, surviving on Coca-Cola and beer, how the media saved Chiapas, Mexico, why nobody ever goes to Brasília, and how photography helps us relate to each other. Mr. Answer Man answers the question “Is it ever okay to lie?”

05/15/13 Bad darkrooms, baking bread, “Mercury Blues,” the newest f-word, and Hillary Clinton’s legs
March 30, 2014 04:36 PM PDT
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Photographer/teacher Donna Jordan Dusel joins us in the studio and among the topics discussed are the importance of being patient, the connection between photography and thinking, presiding over a group of artists, the memorable year 1980, and the honest-to-goodness, we’re-not-kidding-folks, we-really mean-it-this-time, last of the 30 ways photography is good for you. The inimitable Mr. Answer Man addresses the question: “Are video games contributing to violence?“

5/29/13 Whistling, Shirley Temple, Yowzah gatherings, barbaric yawps, and howling at the moon
March 30, 2014 04:30 PM PDT
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Join us as itinerant painter/writer/go-go dancer/English teacher Susie Kelly Flatau, a devout Texan, her books include Counter Culture Texas and From My Mother’s Hands, her work as a typist for NASA, a purveyor of hand-painted wine glasses, skirting around and talks about achieving a Zen state of mind and recipes for story telling. Mr. Answer Man addresses the question: “Is the government making us into a nanny state?”

Episode 2
March 29, 2014 08:18 PM PDT
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Sculptor Susan Geissler and her other half Peter Henderson join us for a discussion of all things sculptural. Among our topics are playing with clay, papier maché, chicken wire, maquettes, 3D printers, Forton resin, and larger-than-life-size art of monumental construction. Susan discusses some of her bronze monumental sculptures such as “Freedom Crossing” and “Tuscarora Heroes.” Kenn explains the concept of contrast.

THE BURNHAM AND DODGE ART HOUR 7/17/13 Highlights from our 50th show party: mimes, music, art, sound effects, and gin
March 29, 2014 08:09 PM PDT
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Who’d’ve thunk it! The BDAH began its foray into internet podcast territory in March 2009 and now, 4? years later, we’re still at it. That’s right …we’ve brought our bizarre mix of culture and nonsense to the internet fifty times now. For our 50th show, we could think of no better way to commemorate the milestone than by inviting an assortment of past guests to help us celebrate. Learn how we got started, how we put the show together, and why we choose the music we play. We also discuss angst in relationships, selective eyes, and failing at art. A large thank-you to our guests: Jerome Mach, Gary L. Wolfe, Kate S. Parzych, Monica Farrar, Elizabeth Lambert, Michael Mararian, El the Mime, Tim Raymond, George Scott, Dr. Geese graphix, our intrepid engineer Richard Wicka, and the one-and-only Mr. Answer Man. De gustibus non est disputandum!To comment on anything you may hear on the BDAH, email us at rama333@aol.com