Sights on the City
Episode 11:
Alicia Lange
Spectre Arts

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Writer, curator, thinker, and Durham insider, Chris Vitiello, and I started sitting down for Durham conversations about three months ago. We push each other, inform each other, entertain each other.

We have set our Sights on the City” allowing our sails to be filled by the cultural winds of Durham. We are both delighted to live in and talk about this “Town renown the World around.” Our pal, filmmaker, Josh Hardt is running the production and making all the technical wizardry happen.

In Episode 11, we talk to Alicia Lange of Spectre Arts about the gallery, the terrific exhibit there now, and the neighborhood around the gallery, the Goldenbelt District. We also discuss the new exhibit at the Nasher Museum at Duke University, “Area 919: Artists in the Triangle.

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