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Episode 104, M4:
A Portrait (The Met Residency Episode 4)

Feb 15, 2017

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Show Notes

Nate DiMeo is the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Artist in Residence for 2016/2017. He is producing ten pieces inspired by the collection and by the museum itself. This is the second episode of that residency.

This residency is made possible by the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Chester Dale Fund.

This episode is written and produced and stuff by Nate DiMeo with engineering assistance from Elyssa Dudley and research Assistance from Andrea Milne. Its Executive Producer is Limor Tomer, General Manager Live Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Special thanks to Amelia Peck at The Met.

The Art Discussed
* Prince Demah Barnes’ Portrait of William Duguid.
* Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800

* Kyu and Njuichi from Sylvain Chauvau’s score to Umarete Wa Mita Keredo.
* Moonbow by aAirial.
* Gisella by K. Leimer from A Period of Review.
* Here’s What You’re Missin and And Then it Rained from Bing & Ruth’s album City Lake.

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One Comment on A Portrait (The Met Residency Episode 4)

  1. Michael Humphries says:

    Hi Nate,
    A quick note to offer thanks and encouragement. I love podcasts and yours has risen to the top off my list. I love sharing your stories with my two kids (girl 13 and boy 12) while in the car. They immediately unplug from their devices at the start, listen intently during and have discussions at the end of each podcast. That brings more joy to me then you can imagine. I hope you continue for many years to come.

    How about an unsolicited and possibly unwanted story idea?!?…

    The ice industry on the late 19th – early 20 century was very important in the development of the country. It allowed for urbanization and expansion of cities. It’s scale was massive and now almost forgotten. I would love to hear a story bringing to life a small part of that industry.

    With great affection