#49: 'NPR Hiring a White Guy,' with guest Fidencio Martinez

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This week, Cher and James hang out with conceptual artist Fidencio Martinez, discussing his art, upbringing, and visibility in the art world. In Open Mic, they debate on maps, GPS, organization, and learning to appreciate art. Lastly in Open Call, Fidencio shares a book, Cher talks about an old teen drama, and James talks about kale.

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References made during our conversation:

Fidencio Martinez, conceptual artist

The Widow's Veil

MCA Chicago Post War Exhibition in 2013

Grace Church of Logan Square, Chicago, where Fidencio is an artist in residence

John Oliver's takedown on the Donald Drumph's proposed Wall

ART THOUGHTZ, on YouTube

Open Mic is back guys!:

Cher vs Fidencio: Maps vs GPS

James vs Fidencio: Why Artists Should Be More Organized

Cher vs Fidencio and James: How to Appreciate Art

You know we couldn't forget about Open Call:

Fidencio: The Weight of Shadows by José Orduña

Cher: The OC, a teen drama that aired on FOX from 2003-07, now on Hulu

James: Massaging Kale, a way to prepare kale

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Script written by Cher and James.

Music by U+1F60C.

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