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"Jello Molds and Decoupage" (S1E5)

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In this episode we go on location (socially distanced, of course) to chat with an art director and designer in her natural habitat: a tapas bar. Joyce Lai and I chat about every kind of art under the sun... and perhaps have one too many Spanish vermouths.

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