This week on Under The Radar, the busy month of May continues as your host, John Todd, welcomes Ted Howard and Rachel Crane, the husband-and-wife duo who are behind Spectrum Fantastic Art Live, scheduled for May 9-11 in the Grand Ballroom at Bartle Hall in Kansas City.

What is Spectrum Fantastic Art Live?

“Spectrum Live is a high-energy showcase for the best and brightest in the fantasy and science fiction art community. It brings together artists, industry professionals and fans.

It’s a show for everyone. For artists, both established and aspiring, and fans of art. For people who love movies, video games, tabletop gaming, RPGs, card games and more. For fans of comics, science fiction, fantasy and any genre that has ever had an art component.

There will be 200+ booths full of the finest artists working today. Multiple disciplines are represented. Exquisite dolls, grotesque mannequins, oil paintings, prints, bronzes, pencil sketches … all forms of art are celebrated.

There will be multiple programming tracks, from topics that affect artists and their creative process to discussions of practical industry concerns, as well as panels on how to start collecting art.”

ON Under the Radar | May 8, 2014 | 10:00 pm

Spectrum Fantastic Art Live!

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This week on Under The Radar, the busy month of May continues as your host, John Todd, welcomes Ted Howard and Rachel Crane, the husband-and-wife duo who are behind Spectrum Fantastic Art Live, scheduled for May 9-11 in the Grand Ballroom at Bartle Hall in Kansas City.

What is Spectrum Fantastic Art Live?

“Spectrum Live is a high-energy showcase for the best and brightest in the fantasy and science fiction art community. It brings together artists, industry professionals and fans.

It’s a show for everyone. For artists, both established and aspiring, and fans of art. For people who love movies, video games, tabletop gaming, RPGs, card games and more. For fans of comics, science fiction, fantasy and any genre that has ever had an art component.

There will be 200+ booths full of the finest artists working today. Multiple disciplines are represented. Exquisite dolls, grotesque mannequins, oil paintings, prints, bronzes, pencil sketches … all forms of art are celebrated.

There will be multiple programming tracks, from topics that affect artists and their creative process to discussions of practical industry concerns, as well as panels on how to start collecting art.”

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