The Artie Show: Wayne White pt. 1

Connie and Artie drove to the University of Wyoming in Laramie on Friday the 13th to meet Wayne White and see his giant puppets in action. The result is this episode of The Artie Show!

Posted by ARG Cartoon Animation Studio on Saturday, November 21, 2015.
NEWS: Artie Romero's Realm 8: The best of Everyman Comics was published in a limited first edition from Phantasy Press, 36 B&W pages with color covers. It features Darrel Anderson, Rick Berry (front and back covers), Bob Conway, Hunt Emerson (9 pages), George Erling, Kirk Kennedy, John Peterson, Artie Romero, Al Sirois (8 pages) and more. Get yours in the ARG! shop.

Colorado permaculture house

Uploaded on Jul 24, 2013
Artie Romero guides you through a casual tour of the most unbelievable custom built home you have ever seen. The owner of the house created this work of art in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, at an undisclosed location. Music: Kevin MacLeod, "Healing."
Animaniacs producer Rich Arons

Uploaded on Mar 6, 2011
Artie interviews Emmy Award winning Animaniacs producer Rich Arons. These two animation veterans have a fun and lively chat about Rich's animation career and his recent cartoons created just for YouTube.
A Turbie Tour

Uploaded on Jan 20, 2012
Artie Romero interviews Rich Arons, author of Turbie the Turtle Duck. This is Rich's second appearance on The Artie Show. Want to see some of his recent cartoons? Check out Rich Arons' YouTube channel.
The Artie Show at the capitol

Uploaded on Nov 18, 2011
ARG! associate producer Woodrow Martin plays a disgraced architect, and along with Artie, visits the state capitol building grounds in downtown Denver, Colorado. Joy!
John Trivelli, author of "Qbee" books

Uploaded on Dec 30, 2011
Artie interviews children's book author John Trivelli, who tells us about his "Wanna Bee" book series. Since this interview was posted, John has rebranded his series with a new name, "Qbee."
Eric Umenhofer on coffee roasting

Uploaded on Dec 30, 2011
In this episode of The Artie Show, Colorado Coffee Merchants founder Eric Umenhofer talks about the coffee business and his techniques for roasting the best coffee.

The Artie Show (radio version)

MP3 interviews from 2002-2008

Artie Romero reviews The Someday Funnies

Uploaded on Dec 1, 2011
In this episode, Artie Romero reviews The Someday Funnies, a huge, oversized volume of comics tributes to the 1960s, edited by Michel Choquette. The hardbound book is a collection of 129 comic strips commissioned in the 1970s, and created by over 150 international creators. An amazing line-up of artists, writers rock stars and other celebrities are represented here, several of whom died during the long delay before its publication in 2011 -- for example the late Will Eisner, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Vaughn Bode, C. C. Beck, William S. Burroughs and Federico Fellini. The book has been widely criticized for Choquette's heavy handed editing and the poor coloring that was added to the strips, but it nevertheless stands as a monumental 1970s era collection of Sixties themed comics.
Aug 23, 2008
Arlon Bennett interview, a singer and songwriter whose style is folk/pop with a bit of a country feel. - 23MB

Sep 27, 2008
Arthur Von Weisenberger on the subject of bottled water, from The Artie Show on KBZZ Radio, September 27, 2008. - 30MB

Dec 20, 2002
Artie Romero was interviewed by students at Apple Web Design Academy, Coral Gables, Florida in 2002. - 16MB

Aug 23, 2008
Artie Romero on alternative energy. "This year we are paying significantly more for our food because of the amount of corn that has been going into ethanol." - 15MB

Aug 23, 2008
Donna Vessey on event management. Donna has worked with Jay Leno and other celebrities, and is a former character actress who shares some funny stories about filming TV commercials. - 13MB

Sep 27, 2008
Eric Umenhofer of Colorado Coffee Merchants regarding his company's air roasted coffees. - 14MB

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