Art Dirt: The Power of One

by Glasstire February 14, 2021
Clint Willour and Betty Moody in Houston

Betty Moody and Clint Willour at the opening reception for ‘Los Bizarros’ at Lawndale Annex, June 1980. Photo: Frank Martin.

Inspired by the career of Clint Willour, Christina Rees and Brandon Zech discuss the transformational impact a single person can have on an art scene.

“Even though we’re not in a ‘major art scene’ (although we really are, here in Texas), we have a lot of people who are making a powerful impact.”

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This week’s podcast is sponsored in part by Texas Talks Art, a weekly series of virtual, lunchtime conversations with curators from Texas’ leading cultural institutions and artists from across the state. Tune in every Tuesday at noon CST for these virtual talks, which are happening throughout 2021. All talks are free and open to the public. See the full schedule and register for upcoming talks at Texas Talks Art’s website.

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