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Episode 20

Hosted from the Red Door restaurant in Mission Hills, CA. Segments in this episode: Claudia Cano – performance artist & photographer. Sake – graffiti artist Hugo Crosthwaite Terri Tries It – Becoming a Ballerina

Episode 15

Hosted from Soltan Banoo in San Diego, CA. Segments in this episode: Alonzo Delgadillo – painter and muralist Debby & Larry Kline – performance artists Terri Tries It – Aluminum Casting with Brandon Roy, California Sculpture

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Episode 12

Barbarella and Terri kick it at Carnitas’ Snack Shack (the only pork-centric restaurant co-owned by an actual PIG) to sip and dine while presenting all new segments. In this episode, spoken word artist Gill Sotu speaks

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Episode 9

This one was fun, and weird. Terri dressed as a mermaid, and we enjoyed our Little Mermaid inside jokes. Hosted from Fish Public, San Diego, CA. Segments in this episode: Blake Byers – artist Acamonchi –

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Episode 8

Every once in a while, mostly because of budget constraints, we had to throw in a “remix,” using previous segments and new hosting at a different location. Hosted from the Fallbrook Art Center Segments in this

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Episode 6

Barbarella and our intrepid correspondent Terri raid the prop room at San Diego Repertory Theatre and explore the Surround Event for the Rep’s production of In The Heights. In this episode, Terri Tries It by living

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Episode 4

Fun Fact: The DAY before we shot this, my right eardrum ruptured. As we filmed this, with my niece Bella at my side, my ear was steadily dripping blood. Also, I was on all kinds of

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Episode 2

Hosted from Bread & Salt Segments in this episode: Terri Tries It – Ceramics with Kouta Shimazaki Roman de Salvo – sculptor, public art Art Stalker – Eva Strubel, Assistant Professor of Fine Art, San Diego

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Episode 1

This is the pilot episode of Art Pulse TV. The intro took us many months to make, from storyboarding to getting those letters drawn and cut (thank you, MakerPlace!) to filming to editing to commissioning and

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