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Best Art Hive Magazine podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Art Hive Magazine podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you w ...
 
Writers Daniel Torday and Eric Rosenblum discuss the weekly content of the New Yorker Magazine. Plus special guests!
 
“This is The Nature of Cities” is the Podcast of The Nature of Cities, a virtual magazine and discussion site on cities as ecosystems. It is a global collective of contributors, an essay, long-form, media, and discussion site devoted to cities as social-ecological spaces, ecosystems of people, buildings, open spaces, and nature. City design with nature at the center is key to urban resilience, sustainability, and livability.
 
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Mark Golden grew up with paints all around him. His father started a paint supply business in the 1930’s in NYC frequented by William de Kooning and Jackson Pollock. Following in his footsteps, Golden started Golden Artist Colors. As CEO, he re-imagined a new company based on delighting customers and sustainability, from its waste management pr ...…
 
TedX speaker, culture coach, author and CEO/Founder of Path for Life Inc. Jeanette Bronée is on a mission to make self-care the foundation for how we perform–at work, in the studio, at home, and on-the-go. Defying the myth of burning the candle at both sends held by many creatives, she works with clients using her Path for Life Method, which in ...…
 
Successful founder of Blibetroy, a handbag and accessory business artist, designer, builder and maker Sarah Katherine Bleibtreu never believed that you have to do or be just one thing in life. For her, creativity is fluid and ideas are whispers in the air that need to be captured and cultivated. Working across the disciplines of architecture, f ...…
 
Aspiring actress Angela Yungk came to a point early in her career that many creatives can relate to. You’re not happy with what you’re doing, you want to be creative and make money, but you don’t have a solid idea or direction. . That’s what happened to Angela and her friend, Jessie Prugh, when they both found themselves searching for the right ...…
 
Dian Holton‘s creativity knows no limits. Nor should it. She exemplifies the modern day “hybrid”, “portfolio” or “slasher” career, being one of over 53 million people doing freelance work in the United States. With a combination of part-time employment, temporary work, freelance gigs, or a side hustle. her “job title” is fluid; her occupation i ...…
 
It’s every artist’s dream to have their work in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art (New York). It means you’re part of the history of art. But Michael Hafftka’s is focusing on the present and the future. His creative career is going strong after more than four decades as an internationally accla ...…
 
American artist, curator, and creative designer Tony Khawam’s recent work and curated exhibitions are influenced by the unfathomable unrest in Syria. For many creatives, like Khawam, their homeland informs both their artwork and their deeply personal stories behind their creation. There’s no better example of this than Khawam. Born in Aleppo, S ...…
 
As Dan and Eric discuss Michael Shulman's wonderful piece about contemporary fandom, they get into the author's earlier work and how Dan & Eric Read the New Yorker is, in fact, an act of fandom. The two hosts then get into Nathaniel Heller's piece on director James Gray and his newest film, Ad Astra. Finally, Dan and Eric discuss Garth Greenwel ...…
 
As the CEO of The One Club For Creativity, Kevin Swanepoel has led the nonprofit’s mission to support and celebrate the success of the global creative community for over 20 years. Believing that nothing impacts culture or commerce like creativity, One Club gives back to the creative community through four program pillars: education, inclusion a ...…
 
Alexis Yuen is on a mission to discover socially engaged art by underrepresented artists that creates dialogue around today’s pressing issues and encourages action. Alexis is an art advisor, business and branding strategist, art tour docent, activist, and former artist. She’s now a creative entrepreneur and founder of her own company, The Art D ...…
 
This week, Dan and Eric have an extensive conversation about Jonathan Franzen's take on climate change and his history as a provocateur; Dan Piepenbring's vivid account of spending time with Prince before his death; and Louise Erdrich's beautiful, strange and far-reaching telling of a woman's life. Lots of debate and discussion!…
 
Dr. Thomas Girst, head of BMW International Cultural Engagement, has a passion for art, with enough expertise, experience and creativity to fuel a global brand. He is also an author, journalist, art historian and professor. Leading BMW’s cultural group since 2003, he initiates global partnerships that connect artists with the brand’s history, v ...…
 
Dan and Eric talk about Evan Osnos's long take on the protests in Hong Kong; Nick Paumgarten's piece on vaccines and anti-vaxxers; Kate Walbert's moving short story, "To Do"; and Dan Chiasson on the history and future of reading.By Dan & Eric
 
Creative Career Center Ad Winner Amy Paraskeva may be a mixed media artist who doesn't like to stay in one style for too long, but, she says, "patience is required to be a successful entrepreneur. Amy shares offers advice to emerging artists, shares her journey. The post Artist Amy Paraskeva is Writing Her Own Story appeared first on Art Busine ...…
 
This is an exciting episode because the New Yorker put out the first story by George Saunders in several years. This gives Dan and Eric a lot to talk about: the history of the American short story and Saunders' contribution to it. They also talk about David Remnick weaving together Toni Morrison's Nobel Prize acceptance speech with some thought ...…
 
Wine and art are two passions for Rafe D’Amico, who works full-time at Cumulus Media. So, in 2013, it made perfect sense for him to marry the two by founding Ozymandias Wines, a true passion project that helps raise funds for emerging artists by selling wine with artist-designed labels. D’Amico, who serves as President, and […] The post Art and ...…
 
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practitioners are working at the very frontier of what spells business success for the coming decades. At its best, CSR is profitable, accountable, inclusive, empowering, and makes the world a better place. In this podcast, Toby Usnik talks to Grace Cho about how "The Caring Economy" is not just a movement ...…
 
Dan and Eric discuss the nature of criticism this issue as well as where the New Yorker tends to situate itself in today's cultural climate. They start out talking about Jane Meyer's detailed investigation into the allegations against Al Franken. Dan and Eric move on to talk about Jill Lepore's incisive and expansive essay on Herman Melville, h ...…
 
Dan and Eric talk about Dan's recent surgery, from which he's still recovering; Sarah Larson's Talk piece on Lynn Shelton, Marc Maron, and a current exhibit at the Met; Dana Goodyear's insightful piece about presidential candidate, Kamala Harris; an excellent story by Hanif Kureishi; and an online story by Alex Kotlowitz about the beauty of the ...…
 
Eric talks to fiction writer and New Yorker contributor Mary Gaitskill about getting started as a writer; publishing Bad Behavior; Philip Roth and Richard Yates; her perceptions of Eric when he studied with her at the Syracuse University MFA program; redemption in "Secretary" and "Romantic Weekend"; her parents' opinions of her work; writing as ...…
 
Sara Taylor was one of five Creative Ad Open Call Winners, whose "Stunning Digiscapes" entry was chosen not only for its bright colors, nostalgic 80's and 90's feel, and unique take on simplified landscapes but also for the story behind the art The post Sara Taylor’s Advice: Listen to Your Mom appeared first on Art Business Journal.…
 
This was a great week at the New Yorker and on the pod. Dan and Eric talk about: Amy Davidson Sorkin's excellent and unique piece about the Democratic debates; Dan Chiasson's insightful close reading of James Tate's most final collection of poetry; and a transcendent piece of fiction by playwright and novelist David Rabe. A great episode, a cel ...…
 
Dan and Eric actually just met up in New York for a good friend's wedding, so they reminisce, briefly, about their mutual, now-married friend, and their debauchery over the long weekend. The conversation moves onto Kadir Nelson's cover, "Wheel Life"; Robyn Wright's terrifying piece about conflict with Iran; Lauren Collins deeply reported piece ...…
 
The Creative Career Center's content curator, Brian Young, talks to Dorner about combining his passions for both music and art, his love of collaboration, and his philosophy that creativity is a way of thinking, and not a talent. The post Open Call Winner Mike Dorner’s Approach to Creativity appeared first on Art Business Journal.…
 
Annette Green served as Executive Director and President of the Fragrance Foundation for 40 years. Her memoir, “Spritzing to Success with the Woman Who Brought an Industry to Its Senses,” focuses on the concepts she instituted to help drive the small six-figure industry to its current multi-billion-dollar stature. The post Spritzing to Success: ...…
 
This week, Dan and Eric discuss recent experiences--Dan went to a Vermont conference for Jewish writers, Eric saw two concerts. They discuss the shame a person in their 40s might feel when engaging in a purely recreational activity. Then, onto the New Yorker. D and E talk Sorkin Davidson on Biden and Trump; Sheelah Kolhatkar on policy dynamo El ...…
 
Rebecca Curtis's short stories are often told by narrators who are unafraid to tell you exactly what they think--this is just one element of what's so great about her work. Curtis has published five short stories in the New Yorker (plus a lot more elsewhere) and her work certainly breaks the mold of the "New Yorker" short story. Her tales are b ...…
 
It is the summer fiction issue, and this week Dan and Eric talk--lamely--about how exhausted they both are. Apparently, parenting, teaching, writing and podcasting has caught up with them, and they spend a minute or two discussing the depths of their fatigue, like the two middle-aged Jewish men that they are. They also discuss Amy Davidson Sork ...…
 
On this episode, Dan discusses how being a podcast host has led him to be overly confident about his knowledge of facts; Eric counters by reflecting on his over-enthusiasm and thoughtless reliance on broad adjectives. They also discuss matters of greater substance: Margaret Talbot on US immigration policy; reporter William Finnegan and his thou ...…
 
Dan and Eric had a good time this episode. They have a lengthy talk about Jeffrey Toobin's piece on Roe v. Wade and the abandonment of stare decisis; they chat about Mark Singer's profile of Deadwood showrunner David Milch; and they discuss Ben Lerner's novel excerpt. To wrap things up, Dan talks about the New Yorker Radio Hour, and a conversat ...…
 
In this podcast, Lotta Lemetti, winner of the Creative Career Center Ad Open Call, discusses her artistic style and what it takes to be a successful emerging artist and artrepreneur in the competitive art industry. The post There’s No Skating Around the Art Business Balancing Act appeared first on Art Business Journal.…
 
Dan and Eric discuss Elizabeth Kolbert and her piece about the destruction of biodiversity and the change of the climate; essayist John Jeremiah Sullivan, and his profile of contemporary folk musician Rhiannon Giddens; and novelist Camille Bordas and the intricacies of her lovely short story, her third in the magazine. Plus: D & E discuss the m ...…
 
In this exciting episode, Dan and Eric talk about: their yin and yang; Margaret Talbot on the spinelessness of Trump appointees and Jeffrey Toobin on the effectiveness of Trump's Roy Cohn-inspired approach to governing; Vinson Cunningham and his journey in getting to know comedian and actor Tracy Morgan; Lauren Goff's hard-edged new story, "Bra ...…
 
This week! Dan and Eric dicuss Jeffrey Toobin's piece about Michael Cohen, his history, his illegal deeds and how he turned on Trump; Rivka Galchen on the past, present and future of lunar travel and moon mythology; Adam Kirsch on Jewish philosopher Martin Buber and his beliefs about intimacy with God; Benjamin Wallace-Wells critique of David B ...…
 
Dan and Eric talk about Dan's recent hosting of Yiyun Li at Bryn Mawr College, and how she knows when a short story is complete; Amy Davidson Sorkin on the Mueller report and the profanity of Trump and his cronies; Rebecca Mead's piece about Airbnb in Barcelona; Greg Jackson's current story, "Poetry," and his earlier story, "Wagner in the Deser ...…
 
This week, Dan and Eric have a wide-ranging conversation. They discuss their respective Passover weekends, Dan's spend in DC, Eric's on Long Island; David Remnick's piece on the osmotic relationship between Donald Trump and Bibi Netanyahu; Ben Taub's remarkable piece on a relationship formed in Guantanamo Bay (plus a lot more.) The two also rev ...…
 
Dan and Eric talk about how tired they tend to get every April; Toobin's reporting on William Barr (is he just doing Trump's bidding? All signs point to yes.); Jonathan Dee's excellent review of a Nelson Algren biography; Pat Barker and her harrowing yet witty short story; the Isaac Chotiner/Bret Easton Ellis interview that went viral; and Hilt ...…
 
This week, Dan and Eric talk about Steve Coll's assessment of American news and reporting; Rachel Aviv's wonderful piece on the difficulties of getting off anti-depressants; Te-Ping Chen's short story about a young Chinese gamer's account of watching his twin sister become a political dissident; and Tyler Foggat's talk piece about the literary ...…
 
This week on the pod, Dan and Eric discuss John Cassidy's piece on William Barr's letter; how they're both feeling about the release of the Mueller report; Elizabeth Kolbert's piece about the sinking bayou; James Wood's piece on Amy Hempel's newest collection; and Emily Nussbaum's second piece on "Billions."…
 
Dan and Eric talk about: their summit at a Starbuck's in East Brunswick, New Jersey, the halfway point between Brooklyn and Philadelphia; Zach Helfand's piece on Bubba the Love Sponge and his vile radio antics; Ed Caesar's long, winding and jaw-dropping story about Arron Banks, the 'bad boy' of Brexit; Lore Segal's spectacular short story, beau ...…
 
Famed designer and animal rights activist, John Bartlett, discusses the importance of sustainability in the design industry as well as how sustainability led him to to start the Tiny Tim Rescue Fund, a charitable organization that provides ongoing resources to animal rescue organizations. The post Animal Rights and Fashion are John Bartlett’s F ...…
 
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