In this episode we talk with Sarah Wambold, who is an executive producer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hear her thoughts on digital content, the romanticizing relief efforts, and the current state of human experience.

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Artist Bio:

Sarah Wambold is an executive producer at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where she leads digital initiatives and content strategy. Her diverse portfolio of projects includes websites, documentary-style video, digital publications, user-experience research, an augmented reality application, and an award-winning podcast. With more than a decade of experience in the arts and culture sector, she has worked for the Clyfford Still Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and is the co-founder of Denver-based non-profit Tilt West, an organization whose mission is to promote critical discourse focused on arts and culture through live events and publishing efforts. She has taught at the University of Colorado, Denver; the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; and Columbia College Chicago, and her own educational background includes graphic design, journalism, and arts management.

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We’re navigating the ins and outs of creative survival in a remote setting and answering your questions. You’ll hear from professional artists, designers, and a few wildcards about how to stay inspired and connected when working and living from home. Hosted by Robb Fladry, Dean of Students at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD).
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