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Artist Kim Schoenstadt's Innovative Drawings of Local Spaces

Artist Kin Schoenstadt is a singular artist whose work is hard to classify yet visually striking and impossible to forget. Part drawing, part painting, part sculpture, even part architecture, her sprawling museum installations often wind from wall to ceiling to floor and onto other walls. They are site-specific interpretations and reimaginings of local space based on the past and present buildings which define that space.  Today on Thinking Aloud, she and BYU Museum of Art curator Jeff Lambson talk with guest host Mark Burns about her ongoing MOA installation.

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Chocolate is one of humanity's most widespread, beloved, influential foods ever. From its roots in Central America as a rare, elite drink to its current status as a global juggernaut of the food industry, its historical importance and intrinsic appeal are a given. Today on Thinking Aloud, guest host Mark Burns talks with two chocolate specialists on the history and production of the famous food: Matt Caputo from Tony Caputo's Market & Deli in Salt Lake City, the epicenter of all things chocolate in Utah, and Lisa Thompson from the Natural History Museum of Utah, the site of a much-praised exhibition on chocolate running until June 1, 2014.—Original airdate: 5/16/2014 08:00 PM

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