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Tun is the producer of the podcast and is responsible for the overall design and artwork of the site. This is one of his many passion projects that is part of building a community of like minded people to create new ideas and share them with the world. His other projects include creating videos about working artists today and their creative journeys and process. Tun Myaing was born in Burma and has been making art ever since. He received degrees at The Fashion Institute of Technology and The New York Academy of Art. He is a painter and curator currently residing in New York.
Marshall Jones is a painter, teacher and curator currently working in New York City. His work has been shown in numerous galleries across the United States including Denise Bibro NYC, One Art Space NYC and Bennington Center for the Arts VT. He has been the recipient of many awards including the Phyllis Mason Grant and the Elizabeth Greenshields Grant. This fall he was an artist in resident at ESKFF at MANA Contemporary in Jersey City. He has curated and assisted with many galleries in New York City including the (UN) FAIR and Mark Miller Gallery.
Why another art podcast?
Art Grind is a podcast for and about artists, art lovers and art professionals. It is a social practice of giving back to the art community of which we are a part and explores the process, content, concept and motivation behind art making of both established and emerging artists and the people who bring that art to a wider audience. We are artists ourselves and wear many hats, including curation, art writing and art teaching. We share a passion for authentic and skilled art making, be it trained or self-taught. Whether in the studio, on your lunch hour or chilling out after a long day of hustle, have a listen while we explore, along with our guests, the back stories of what we fondly call “the art grind”.