Naked Artist in Residence

Barry Sykes tells us about his artist-in-residence experience at Oakwood Sun Club in the UK and explains the benefits for the host club.

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Photo: A feature on Barry Sykes in H&E Magazine

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Episode XCIX

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Naked Britain Photography

We chat with Amelia Allen, a fashion photographer who just published a photography art book about naturism.

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Photo: Amelia Allen

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Episode XCVII

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Naked Ladies

Thea Fitz-James discusses her one-woman play Naked Ladies along with body issues, feminism, and the meaning of nudity.

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Photo: Thea Fitz-James during a performance of Naked Ladies

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Episode XC

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Naked State Part 2

Thirteen artists talk about their experience at the 2016 Naked State Art Residency held at Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park. (Part 2 of 2)

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Photo: Naked State Artists at Bare Oaks

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Episode LXXXVI

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Naked State Part 1

Teresa Ascencao talks about Arts Unfold’s first Naked State Art Residency. In August 2016, thirteen artists from Australia, Finland, England, and across Canada and the USA spent a week creating artworks that explore the nude human body in context of nature, culture and art. (Part 1 of 2)

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Photo: Teresa Ascencao during Naked State 2016 – by Matt Hamon

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Episode LXXXV

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A Spencer Tunick Experience

An interview with Emma James (best known as Socks Off on Twitter) who was one of 3,000 people who participated in the Spencer Tunick installation organised on July 9th by the Ferens Art Gallery in Hull, UK.Links to items mentioned in the show:

Photo: Emma James with Rod, a fellow naturist

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Episode LXXXIV

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Nude Art

An interview with Virginia Eichhorn, the curator of Getting Naked, an exhibit of nude art from the Canadian Art Council Art Bank; most of which has never been publicly displayed because of society’s discomfort with nudity. Plus Felicity and more…

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Photo: Porcelain sculpture titled “Parian” (2007) by Gregory James Payce from the Art Bank and featured in the Getting Naked exhibit at THEMUSEUM. If it does not seem like nude art, look closer at the negative space between the two sculptures.

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Episode LXXVI

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