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Moran: Finding connections between art, politics, philosophy


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Brooklyn-based Jarrett Moran is the editor-in-chief of Artlog, and a rising art critic in a profession dominated by typically older practitioners. He’s interested in the connection between philosophy, politics, and art. He’s one of seven residents in this year’s Sitka Fellows program. Moran is breaking new ground this summer, producing a video essay. With KCAW’s Holly Keen.

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