Cannabis Americanna With Pat Ryan (Episode 4)
Cannabis Americanna – featuring renowned counterculture comic, cartoon & poster artist Pat Ryan (Ep. 4). In this episode of Cannthropology, host Bobby Black converses with the “High Priest of Cannabis Americana,” underground art icon (and World of Cannabis Museum advisory board member) Pat Ryan, who discusses his life as a counterculture artist in California throughout the 1960s and 70s, his relationships with other legendary artists like Dave Sheridan, Rick Griffin, and Stanley Mouse, and his own 40-year body of work, including hundreds of paintings, comics, and event posters.
The World of Cannabis Museum Project Presents: Cannthropology—the potcast that explores the history of cannabis culture one artifact and interview at a time. Hosted by World of Cannabis executive director and marijuana media icon Bobby Black. In each episode, Bobby chooses a different item(s) from the museum’s collection of around 500 rare antiques, artifacts, and artworks, and welcomes a different guest to help him explore the item’s significance and place in cannabis history.
Check out our syndicated Cannthropology blog at worldofcannabis.museum/cannthropology and via our media partners: Leaf Magazine, Skunk Magazine, Cannasseur Magazine, Greenleaf Magazine & Cannapolitan Magazine. If you would like to carry our content in your cannabis publication or website, or are interested in becoming a sponsor of this podcast, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The World of Cannabis Museum will showcase the influence of cannabis in art, music, film, news,
medicine, and politics throughout the past century. From the early days of prohibition and “reefer
madness” to its modern-day mainstream momentum and everything in between: from the legendary
growers and breeders who created and propagated all of the iconic strains, to the smugglers who
distributed them across the globe; from the activists who have fought for legalization, to the celebrities
who have embraced it; from America’s headshops to Amsterdam’s coffee shops; from the
the counterculture of the 1960s, the excesses of the ’70s, and the Drug War hysteria of the ’80s, to the rise
of medical marijuana in the ’90s and the march toward legalization and mainstream acceptance in the
new millennium—all of this and more we plan to explore in this unprecedented exhibition. Coming
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