WUGA's Artist in Residence for March is Lisa Freeman. Lisa recently talked with WUGA's Michael Cardin about her work and the upcoming event at her home Saturday, March 24. For more information and tickets call 706-542-9842.
Credit Photo: Michael Cardin
Listen to Michael Cardin's interview with Lisa Freeman.
WUGA's first Artist in Residence event of 2018 is Saturday, February 17. Leonard Piha visited with WUGA's Michael Cardin to talk about his art and the upcoming event. For tickets: wuga.org or call 706-542-9842.
Painter, photographer, and author Judith McWillie is the station's featured Artist in Residence for June. Professor emerita of drawing and painting at the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art, McWillie has exhibited her work in the United States, Japan, Italy and Sweden. More recently, in 2016, she produced a two-hour collaborative event, Beloved Land, at Smithonia Plantation House in Oglethorpe County in collaboration with Knowa and Mokah Johnson, musician Peter Sloan, and poet Steven Scurry to honor the Native People and convict laborers buried there.