David Brin and the 2020 Hugo Finalists for Best Professional Artist

Recording and show notes can be found here.


David Brin, world-renowned author and public intellectual, and the Hugo Awards finalists for Best Professional Artist, will be joining Gadi, Karen Castelletti, and Sara Felix on the show on Saturday (30 May). Tammy Coxen will come back to teach us how to mix The Hugo Cocktail.

David Brin.

This episode is produced in collaboration with the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists (ASFA).

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Artists participating in the show

Show corner

  • Tammy Coxen will come back to teach us how to teach us how to mix The Hugo Cocktail.
Tammy Coxen.

Hosts

  • Sara Felix (panel moderator)
  • Karen Castelletti
  • Gadi Evron
Sara Felix.

Schedule and Details
(US Eastern Time)

3:00 PM: David Brin
The first segment of the show will include a reading from David followed by an interview that will cover not only his books, his life in fiction, and how a planet was named after him, but also specific topics such as weird genetics and how we’ll change and making peace with AI. David will also ask: “Is the Enlightenment Experiment over? Why else are rich folks fleeing to Patagonia?”

4:15 pm: Tammy Coxen and the Hugo Awards Cocktail
Returning to our show this week will be special guest Tammy Coxen, who will be showing us how to mix The Hugo Cocktail in honor of our first Hugo finalists panel.

4:30 PM: The 2020 Hugo Finalists for Best Professional Artist
The Best Professional Artist finalists will join us for a panel led by Sara Felix, where we will explore their work and particular styles. The artists will also discuss what it means to be nominated for a Hugo and how they see genre art evolving in the future.

Other upcoming Hugo Awards series shows can be found here.

Gadi Evron.


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