International Voices with Udo Fluck, is a podcast series presented by Arts Missoula and the Missoula Broadcasting Company, with an emphasis on what is happening in regard to educational and cultural programming and events in the Missoula community. Udo Fluck, Director of Global and Cultural Affairs of Arts Missoula, welcomes guests each month to inform, connect and engage the local Missoula community and provide a conversational "window" to the world.
July 2021: Larry Pirnie, Missoula artist, shares his artistic journey and why it is important to listen to “The Kid”.
Join Udo for his conversation with the artist, known for his highly colorful acrylic paintings of horses and cowboy figures in western landscapes, about how the "Red Rider" started his fascination with the West, meeting Norman Rockwell, leaving corporate America, and going from earthy to vibrant colors, so recognizable in his artwork today. Part three, of a three-part series titled: “Creativity During COVID“.
June 2021: Willow Kipp, Native American Artist with International Reach and Environmental Researcher
Udo is joined by Willow Kipp, who shares with him who inspired her as an artist and how her passion for Native American dance regalia design, beadwork, ledger art and her large-scale murals have been both, a way for her to create something of her own and continue her peoples traditions. Part two of a three-part series titled: “Creativity During COVID“, featuring professional artists from various fields and how they managed through this past pandemic year.