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1. For Grandma x

For Grandma x

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2. Pulled (The Addams Family Musical)

Pulled (The Addams Family Musical)

I'm ill so it's a lower key than the original but never mind.

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3. How Far I'll Go

How Far I'll Go

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4. How Long Will I Love You

How Long Will I Love You

I actually have a decent mic and some software now so I can harmonise, so that's fun

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5. Right Hand Man (Something Rotten)

Right Hand Man (Something Rotten)

Because Chels was pestering me for it! A few silent moments because I'm not doing the dialogue inbetween, sorry 'bout it.

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7. Caitlin hp

Caitlin hp

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11. How Far I'll Go

How Far I'll Go

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12. Lily

Lily

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13. If I Die Young

If I Die Young

Bit flat at the beginning (please don't judge me, I couldn't find the note 😂)

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14. Caitlin Teal Price

Caitlin Teal Price

Caitlin Teal Price, artist and cofounder, STABLE, in conversation with John Pilson, photographer, video artist, and senior critic and acting director of graduate studies for fall 2018, Yale University School of Art. Moderated by Lily Siegel, executive director and curator, Greater Reston Arts Center. Caitlin Teal Price presents new work exploring themes of daily routine and ritual in the solo exhibition Green Is the Secret Color to Make Gold, on view September 29 through November 24, 2018, at the Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE). Price is known for her photographs of people; this body of work, however, depicts arrangements of objects—primarily those collected by her young son on walks they regularly take together—in consideration of value and systems of classification. The exhibition also includes Price’s first large-scale drawings. Price, with fellow Washington, DC–based artists Tim Doud and Linn Meyers, is cofounder of STABLE, a local studio complex that provides visual artists with an active, affordable workspace to pursue their profession. In this conversation moderated by Lily Siegel on October 7, 2018, at the National Gallery of Art, Price discusses with artist John Pilson the genesis and evolution of her practice and the common themes in their work.

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