“A rare genius. Whatever you do, don’t miss his work or his performances.” -Ken Wilber

Episode 2 records live on February 26th, reserve your tickets below.

Written and hosted by Stuart Davis, ART PARTY is a variety-format podcast, recorded before a live studio audience, featuring original comedy, story-telling, sketches, music, and interviews with artists.

Read on below to learn more about Art Party.  But first, watch these excerpts from episode 1, recorded in January:


Art Party Season One will record monthly from January through June of 2016.  Seating is very limited, live audiece tickets are $25.  Each episode of Art Party will run about an hour with segments ranging from short sketches to in-depth stories.

Episode 2 of Art Party will record live on Friday February 26th, 8pm, in The Integral Center's Studio room. Reserve tickets below. Join us as we explore the artists who invent their own genres, and the perils of their dicey endeavors. Plus, we look at the long and lugubrious link between depression and creativity. We will also track one American Family's attempt to integrate into Dutch culture. Our special guest will be J.F. Martel, author of Reclaiming Art in the Age of Artiface. All that and a mystery music guest. Get your tickets early, seating is very limited.

Davis previously created The Stuart Davis Show, an internet series in which he played identical clones at war with each other. It was produced by philosopher Ken Wilber’s Integral Naked.  He went on to write and host the national TV series Sex, God, Rock ’n Roll, which aired on AXS TV / HDNet from 2009 - 2012.  Davis’ film Just Be Yourself has been touring the film festival circuit for years.  He recently returned to the US after two years living in Holland,  and is now rolling out new projects in the US, including Art Party.

"Razor-sharp improv. Lurking amid the minutiae of his observations on life and the Universe are some startling insights. Davis pulls off the most elusive of party tricks...Even the gods were grinning." - Irish Times, Dublin Ireland