Frank Prattle with Zefrey Throwell

Julian Myers and Dominic Willsdon, February 29, 2008
February 29, 2008, 7:23 am
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Julian Myers and Dominic Willsdon by Zefrey Throwell

Julian Myers (Professor, Art Historian, and Writer) and Dominic Willsdon (Curator of Education and Public Programs at SFMOMA)

Julian Myers, a man of many talents and Dominic Willsdon, similarly inclined towards greatness, meet up for a duel to beat all duels! Nothing is sacred as they discuss the true nature of the museum, adult education, what makes the perfect teacher, and they even throw Thomas Crow in there.
You’ve got to be listening to this, it is a must.


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Hello Zefrey:
Interesting interview with Dominic Willsdon. We’re at TangoCalifia ( and we do big Argentine tango events at museum venues in San Francisco (The de Young, The Legion of Honor) as well as at other places like The Ferry Building and Ghirardelli Square. We’re making a film with InCA Productions in Mill Valley ( about the extraordinary influence of contemporary Argentine tango on the world social dance scene.
Thanks again.
Terry Clarke

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