YBCA Inside Out & Art Babble

Hello folks,

My name is Isaías D. Rodríguez, Interactive Media Producer, at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, YBCA in San Francisco, CA. I've been with YBCA for over 4 years  and in the last year transitioned into my new role as an in-house media producer. I produce media on our exhibitions, performances, film/video screenings, and events.

I'm really excited about our new web-based video series, YBCA Inside Out, that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at what happens at a contemporary art center. YBCA was just added to Art Babble, a great site that features media content from several arts orgs from around the country. I welcome you to view our videos and leave your comments. I love the feedback! I take the good, the bad, and the ugly. My audience is you, so hit me up with your thoughts.

I look forward to providing you with some juciey content and invite you to visit us at ybca.org.

Have a great day and thank you for your time.

Isaías D. Rodríguez
Interactive Media Producer




Wow, I loved this and was strangely fascinated to watch the same meeting we have a million times a year. I also agree with the guy who said I hate reality shows... me too. But when I see folks who work in the public eye as we do here, I am curious and like the voyeurism. I predict some staff at YBCA getting really ticked off at the intrusion after the novelty wears off. Tricky stuff most of the time. I also predict a greater public understanding for the world of arts and culture presentations. (it is not boring!) Is it worth it... is it fun... is it self aggrandizing?... stay tuned for the next webisode of YBCA Inside Out. All the best and thanks for sharing with WestMuse blog! Cheryl WMA VP of Programs

Dear Isaías,

I can't even tell you how proud I am of this little westmuse WMA blog that you chose it as a platform for your amaaaaaazing work.

yr light years ahead of where any one is at -- corporate, for-profit, NGO, innernetz, outerlimits...no one's here -- where you are -- yet, with such sincerity and skill. Wow. Just wow.

I have to confess, I am not sure if I know what this is all about, but I'm pretty sure I'll "get it" two years from now when the rest of us catch up.


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