The Anderson Lecture Series, Penn State College of Arts and Architecture, “‘I’ and ‘Eye’: Creative and Sensory Innovation in Eco Material Art”: March 22, 2021

This talk journeys into a frontier of cultural exploration, but it doesn’t arrive at this destination until we first bid farewell to the conditions that propelled our departure. These conditions appear in the title of this talk. It addresses “I”, the first person singular; and “eye” the visual sense organ.

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Interview with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, May 14, 2019

1) Please tell the short version of the background story of why you began living the way that you do—building your own homesteads instead of living in prefabricated ones.

 My creative urges have always extended beyond my art studio and office. It never occurred to me that I would not design my own living space.

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UCLA Art Sci Center – Particles Episode 6 – Linda Weintraub

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EDITED EXCERPTS of INTERVIEW with JONATHAN GOODMAN – December, 2020

1. You are an artist, art writer, art educator, homesteader, and curator. How do you allocate your time and attention among these compartments?

While your list of the pursuits that occupy me is accurate, they do not require ‘allocation’ because they do not compete. They coincide.

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Yale University Radio, Interviewed by Brainard Carey

Yale University Radio, Interviewed by Brainard Carey, Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX Lives of the Most Excellent Artists, Curators, Architects, Critics, March, 2017 https://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/about/

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Linda Weintraub’s Eye For Activism by Lynn Woods – August 11, 2018

Linda Weintraub’s Eye For Activism
by Lynn Woods/August 11, 2018

Linda Weintraub’s eye for activism

With her 2013 book, To Life: Eco Art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet, Linda Weintraub defined and gave voice to a movement spanning continents, whose disparate approaches and media, ranging from tissue cultures, microbes and soil to meteorological instruments, wastewater treatment plants and meetings with municipal workers, represented artists’ moral reckoning with global ecological threats.

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An Interview with Linda Weintraub – Curator of “Dear Mother Nature: Hudson Valley Artists 2012” at The Dorsky by Claire Lambe 2012

An Interview with Linda Weintraub – Curator of “Dear Mother Nature: Hudson Valley Artists 2012” at The Dorsky by Claire Lambe 2012 http://www.rollmagazine.com/an-interview-with-linda-weintraub-%E2%80%93-curator-of-%E2%80%9Cdear-mother-nature-hudson-valley-artists-2012%E2%80%9D-at-the-dorsky/

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PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art – Article and Podcast Interview with Linda Weintraub and artist Jan Harrison 19 Oct 2014

PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art – Article and Podcast Interview with Linda Weintraub and artist Jan Harrison 19 Oct 2014 http://www.zoominfo.com/p/Linda-Weintraub/11643534

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"All Together Now: Linda Weintraub, Michael Asbill"

WGXC Wave Farm (Transmission Arts)
https://wavefarm.org/archive/wst75p

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"The Fulfullment of Crafting a Home Like Art," Heather Kaprow

HYPERALLERGIC, March, 2017
http://hyperallergic.com/361108/the-fulfillment-of-crafting-a-home-like-art/

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