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Hey everyone, Muses is back and this week I am joined by my incredible friend Lucretia Tye Jasmine. Wild interests and an inclination to rage against the machine with a flair equaling the groupies and rock stars who fascinate her, vegan Lucretia Tye Jasmine from Kentucky earned her BFA with honors from NYU, and her MFA from CalArts. A Los Angeles-based artist, writer, and interviewer, Lucretia's current projects include the Groupie Feminism art series, and oral histories for two mixtape zines, The Groupie Gospels and riot grrrl Los Angeles 1992-1995. Artforum, Feminist Magazine radio, the GRAMMY Museum, MoPOP, The New York Times and the Punk Museum Los Angeles are a few places that have shown her work. She writes online for The Los Angeles Beat and Please Kill Me. Lucretia shares her story, and together we discuss our passion for art, feminism, rock n roll and the groupies and muses who greatly influenced pop culture. Make sure to check out Lucretia's website for more on her writing and art, you don't wanna miss her incredible Groupie Feminist Art Series! https://www.lucretiatyejasmine.com/ You can also follow Lucretia on Instagram for more updates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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