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#176 Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence: An Artist Residency on the Dry Tortugas

#176 Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence: An Artist Residency on the Dry Tortugas

Update: 2020-08-19
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The artists Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence are from Lake Worth Beach, Florida. In 2 weeks, they’ll be leaving for a month at the Dry Tortugas National Park, which is west of the Florida Keys, for an artist residency through the National Parks Arts Foundation. Carl is a photographer and he also does watercolors. Shannon is a landscape artist who works with acrylics. They’ll be bringing their art supplies, as well as everything else they’ll need to live for a month on a deserted island. They’ll be off the grid while they’re there, but they’ll be very busy making art and working on their residency project, a documentary film about their time on the island. We talk about how they were awarded this residency, and what their plans are for their month on an island. I will be interviewing them again in October when they return from this residency. Show notes for all of these episodes can be found on my website at https://suzanneredmond.com/my-podcast/list-of-artists/

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#176 Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence: An Artist Residency on the Dry Tortugas

#176 Carl Stoveland and Shannon Torrence: An Artist Residency on the Dry Tortugas

Suzanne Redmond