Clayton Hibbert, Part 2 — Podcast #201 – 04/21/10


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Hey sex fans,

Thank god Wednesday has finally rolled around again, because the talented Mr. Hibbert is back with us this week. That’s Clayton Hibbert, the Artistic Director for the upcoming Seattle Erotic Art Festival, don’t cha know! This is Part 2 of our conversation and this week we explore the intersection of art, culture and the erotic.

2010 schedule is now available online, chock full of Festival events!

If you somehow missed Part 1 of this fascinating chat, which premiered at this time last week, you’ll find it in the podcast archive, right here on my site. All ya have to do is use the search function in the sidebar to your right, type in Podcast #199 and Voilà. It’s that simple. But don’t forget to use the #sign when you search.

Clayton and I discuss:
This year’s Literary Showcase.
Naked Girls Reading.
The jury process in selecting art for the festival.
Expressing the erotic artistically.
The importance of expressing and celebrating the erotic.
The diversity of expression that the festival attracts.
The distinction between the erotic and the pornographic.

Clayton invites you to visit the Seattle Erotic Art Festival website HERE!

Enjoy a slideshow of some highlights from past festivals.


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