On May 10th, NET Radio’s Friday Live travels to the Sheldon Museum of Art to celebrate the Philip Johnson-designed building’s 50th anniversary. Guests include: Sheldon Director Daniel Veneciano, who explains the significance of “Sheldon: The Naked Museum,” the May exhibition of the building as an artwork in and of itself by removing all the artwork for the entire month; and Johnson experts Robert Stern, who is Dean of the Yale University School of Architecture, and architectural historian Hilary Lewis, who collaborated with Johnson on several books. Host William Stibor also previews more events celebrating Sheldon’s 50th anniversary, including live music from Sheldon’s performance series, and the 125th anniversary of the Sheldon Art Association.
Friday Live, a weekly arts magazine produced by William Stibor and Dave Hughes, and hosted by Stibor, usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Haymarket district Fridays at 9 a.m. Central on all stations of NET Radio. If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web, it is available later the same day as a podcast.