Artpop Talk

Barking up the Art Tree with Dr. Elisabeth Green

June 08, 2021 Bianca and Gianna Martucci-Fink Episode 53
Artpop Talk
Barking up the Art Tree with Dr. Elisabeth Green
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Artpop Talk
Barking up the Art Tree with Dr. Elisabeth Green
Jun 08, 2021 Episode 53
Bianca and Gianna Martucci-Fink

This week's Artpop BARK comes with a very esteemed guest, Dr. Elisabeth Green! Dr. Green is a veterinarian working in emergency medicine, and happens to be Bianca’s bestie. Elisa sits down with Bianca to discuss all things animal! We look at the history of animal portraiture, and how the pop-visual culture of animals impacts those working in a scientific field. We also recap the Friends reunion, and play a little game of “guess the painting in my Animal Crossing museum.”

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Show Notes Transcript

This week's Artpop BARK comes with a very esteemed guest, Dr. Elisabeth Green! Dr. Green is a veterinarian working in emergency medicine, and happens to be Bianca’s bestie. Elisa sits down with Bianca to discuss all things animal! We look at the history of animal portraiture, and how the pop-visual culture of animals impacts those working in a scientific field. We also recap the Friends reunion, and play a little game of “guess the painting in my Animal Crossing museum.”

For all of Artpop Talk's resources, click HERE.

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Image References:
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, “The Day is Past and Gone,” Historic Vernon AME Church
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Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, “Dear Black Tulsans of 1921,” Historic Greenwood District, ONEOK Field
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Dayton Mark Schroeter and Julian Arrington, “Society’s Cage”
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Crystal Z. Campbell, “Notes From Black Wall Street (Or How to Project Yourself Into the Future),” Ahha Tulsa

Skip Hill & Letitia Huckaby, “My Soul Looks Back and Wonder How I Got Over,” 108 Contemporary
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“Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Project,” Living Arts Tulsa. Images feature artist:
Ebony Iman Dallas “Greenwood Imagine”
Shyanne Dickey “Tried and TRUE”


Episode Image References:
Lavinia Fontana, “Portrait of a Lady with a Dog,” 1552.
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101 Dalmatians, Disney, 1961.
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Images taken by @elisag27 at the Museum of the Dog. @museumofthedog
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The Friends Reunion, available on HBO Max. @friends @hbomax