Bad at SportsAuthor: Bad at Sports
21 Feb 2018

Bad at Sports

Download, listen or watch all podcasts

Bad At Sports is a weekly podcast about contemporary art. Founded in 2005, focuses on presenting the practices of artists, curators, critics, dealers, various other arts professionals through an online audio format.

  • Listen

    Bad at Sports Episode 615

    Contemporary Witches join us to smash the patriarchy. Jessica Caponigro, Chiara Galimberti, and Isyemille Lara introduce us to the "Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell" and give us one last chance to repent.

  • Posted on 15 Feb 2018

  • Listen

    Bad at Sports Episode 614 Donna Neuwirth and Su Legatt

    This week We head back to Open Engagement and we talk to Donna Neuwirth and Su Legatt about "the Worm Farm Institute," Creative Placemaking, The practice of art in rural and urban environments, empathy, and community.

    Worm Farm Institute

  • Posted on 13 Feb 2018

  • Listen

    Bad at Sports Episode 613 Marcela E Torres

    Marcela Torres

    This week in Bad @ Sports Center, sport gets a sporting chance, as guest Marcela Torres discusses her new work at ACRE's group exhibit, body | armor. Jesse and Ryan bob and weave through a lively conversation about MMA fighting, the spectacle of suffering, and the value of labor. Let's Get Ready to Mumble!
    Torres' work can be viewed at

  • Posted on 09 Feb 2018

  • Listen

    Bad at Sports Episode 612 Naghmeh Farzaneh

    This week Ryan and Brian sit down with Animator Naghmeh Farzaneh to chat about what it is like to animate for the ACLU and unpacking her immigration experience in the film Scent of Geranium. 

  • Posted on 01 Feb 2018

  • Listen

    Bad at Sports Episode 611: Vincent Uribe and Lauren Leving

    Brian and Dana interview representatives, Vincent Uribe and Lauren Leving, from The Arts of Life on the occasion of the Circle Contemporary exhibition titled Community in Color, featuring artists from their studio and selections by curator, Leving. Our hosts learn about The Arts of Life studio program and the 60 artists they work with between their Chicago and Glenview locations. More info at

  • Posted on 27 Jan 2018


Follow Playlisto