Art on the Airwaves is a show about art and the business of art. Local artist Cammy Davis interviews guests from artists, to musicians, to magazine editors, to book authors and discusses topics relevant to "artists and entrepreneurs."
Cammy Davis is a mixed-media artist whose work has been featured at fine art galleries throughout the Northwest. She has been published in books—Ashland, Oregon and Ashland, Oregon Day Trips—and periodicals—EATT Magazine, Luxe Beat Magazine and Southern Oregon Magazine. Her paintings have inspired Cammy Davis Jewelry. Cammy is also an active member of the arts community of Southern Oregon, creating and managing the annual Edgy in October festival to promote the works of local artists and is a founding member of the Arts Alliance of Southern Oregon.
Cammy’s work is influenced by her roots in the outdoors, growing up in an Airstream near a river surrounded by the woods. This translated to her art in later years, both in her contrasting use of natural and industrial materials, and her characteristic independence. Cammy constructs her work from scratch. To Cammy, the creative process is based on a willingness to experiment and always be learning.
Cammy studied Fine Art at the University of Idaho for two and a half years, raised a family and then went back to complete her degree in Interior Design at Bellevue College in Washington.
Art on the Airwaves podcasts are also available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Spreaker and YouTube. The show airs every 1st and 3rd Friday from 1 - 2 pm. Tune in to KSKQ 89.5 fm or stream at kskq.org to listen live!
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Hosts: Ken Taylor, Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and John Perry, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Riverside and Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at Stanford University.
Sundays, 11 am - noon