Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
Come backstage to hear artists and curators, dancers, actors, musicians, movie stars and directors; and then go with us to all the best festivals. Books and Arts Daily, Weekend Arts and MovieTime bring you arts and movie news, reviews and commentary from Australia and the world.
WNYC, New York Public Radio, brings you Soundcheck, the arts and culture program hosted by John Schaefer, who engages guests and listeners in lively, inquisitive conversations with established and rising figures in New York City's creative arts scene. Guests come from all disciplines, including pop, indie rock, jazz, urban, world and classical music, technology, cultural affairs, TV and film. Recent episodes have included features on Michael Jackson,Crosby Stills & Nash, the Assad Brothers, Rackett, The Replacements, and James Brown.
Complete episode: Join Michael Cathcart and Sarah Kanowski for ABC Radio National's Books and Arts: Australia's only national broadcast devoted to literature and the arts. Published Mondays to Saturdays.
Hosted by acclaimed journalist David Brancaccio (Marketplace and PBS' NOW), this podcast dissects classic Esquire stories and reveals the cultural currents that make them as urgent and timely today as when they were first published. Guests include Esquire writers, along with noted authors, comedians, and actors who offer unique and personal perspective on some of the most lasting stories ever published. Presented by PRX and Esquire Magazine.
RN's By Design explores the way things look, feel and function, how design reflects social change and how architecture influences who we are. Weekend Arts and Books and Arts Daily take note when architecture and design affects the nation's cultural and artistic life.
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happen to be regular people with hilarious stories) BEFORE they’re in the Art History books. - Danielle (aka The Jealous Curator)
An interview podcast where we talk to people that are engaged in the connection of art and music to technology. Visual artists, musicians, software developers and other creatives are invited to talk about their background, current work and future vision.
Hosted by seasoned writer, director, and producer Mike Veerman, and co-produced by Max Kerman, lead singer of the four-time JUNO Award-winning rock band Arkells, THE MIKE ON MUCH PODCAST features long-form interviews with compelling cultural figures from the world of music, comedy, acting, and writing.
The show where we talk to the creators we love - authors, artists, filmmakers, musicians, cartoonists, designers, comedians - about the stuff that THEY love. Because everyone's a fan... Hosted by Lucas Testro and Marian Blythe.
Art Share is a weekly podcast featuring artist/writer Brigid Ashwood and fellow artists and creatives. We talk about the process and business of the creative arts. The show tapes live on Google+ Wednesdays at 11:00 CST. Previously recorded shows are available via iTunes, YouTube and our website http://www.art-share.org . Got a question or a topic in mind you'd like to see covered? Let us know via the website.
Welcome to ArtHouse Radio! This is a show centered around topics in the arts and usually includes elements of philosophy, comedy, sound experiments and much much more! Sometimes episodes feature discussions and sometimes not. Episodes are usually themed and quite often we like to resurrect ideas and thoughts by past or current beings that fly under the radar or have unfortunately been forgotten.. wise words by humanity’s interesting minds revived and inserted, once again, into our lives. All music is original and created by host and composer Troy Ramos. On occasion, when talking about another sound creator, musician or composer, some audio clips of works by these artists will be used for educational purposes. ArtHouse Radio is part of ArtHouse 43, an arts organization dedicated to the promotion and creation of artistic projects. ArtHouse Radio is hosted by Troy Ramos and is supported by listener donations and a few, select sponsored ads. More information about ArtHouse Radio and Ar ...
FrequencyFM, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of excellence in Christian artistic endeavors. We accomplish this by encouraging artists, providing them a platform on which to share their work and engage with other artists, and by speaking truth in kindness and love in areas where we can do better. Join us at www.frequency.fm for insightful artist interviews, objective and honest music and book reviews, and thoughtful commentary on art across all mediums from a distinctly Christian perspective.
The official podcast of Mad Art Lab.com, where we discuss the intersection of art and science. Together we can create a better universe but it's gonna be DIY, so roll up your sleeves. Find us at MadArtLab.com
This is the audio-only version of the Ancient Art Podcast. Subscribe to the HD-video Ancient Art Podcast at ancientartpodcast.org. Explore the art and culture of the Ancient Mediterranean World in the Ancient Art Podcast with your host Lucas Livingston. Uncover the truths and unravel the mysteries of the civilizations that shaped our modern world. Each episode features detailed examinations of exemplary works from the Art Institute of Chicago and other notable collections in addition to broad themes and concepts of Ancient Mediterranean art and culture.
A podcast without a mission statement. Hosts Don Hall (Angry White Guy) & Tyler Greene (Proud Spaz) love art & artists. Even though we don't have a "Mission Statement" - because we think they are dumb -- we do have a few beliefs. 1. General Admission is a light-hearted, but provocative arts podcast for people who love art and talking about it. 2. We think that artists are among the most fascinating people on the planet, but we also know that it's not often that we get to know the person behind the art. 3. We also think that the world of art is filled with all kinds of bullshit. They take great joy in bringing that stuff to the surface and arguing about it. If you've gotten this far, you should totally listen!
Wellcome to the bar around the corner from the gallery. After closing time, this is where the art dealers retreat to swap war stories and ponder this unique life of art sales. Hosted by art business veteran Danny Stern, this is the first show dedicated to exploring the world of art sales and the professionals in the field. Through an on-going series of in-depth and revealing conversations with art selling masters from every strata, angle and specialty this podcast aims to capture an industry that remains a mystery to even those who are at its center. It’s our opportunity to share the wisdom and stories that don’t usually travel past the walls of galleries around the world and which could potentially be lost forever. These are are the tales and biographies that define our chosen field through its history and culture. So my art-selling friend, order something stiff from the bar, pull up a seat and please join us. Cheers.
The Field Negro Guide to Arts and Culture a podcast with W. Kamau Bell --- outspoken comedian, race commentator, and stealth educator --- and Vernon Reid --- Guitar Legend, Two Time Grammy Award Winner, and founder of Living Colour. We are here to engage in a weekly, freewheeling conversation that covers everything from everything to everything else. It is two black men who have been accused of being outside of the (black) box so long that they have built homes there. Less a traditional podcast and more like a conversation that you overhear in a coffee shop and can't pull away from. IT also includes previously unreleased music by Vernon Reid and the latest stand-up from W. Kamau Bell.
Interview with the Artist is a long form, in-depth interview show which airs on 102.5 WBAZ-FM on Long Island, and as a podcast. On this series, radio host and former actor Walker Vreeland lets you in on a different kind of celebrity interview. Featuring conversations with an impressive roster of guests from all facets of the entertainment industry, the show invites actors, directors, writers, musicians and comedians to reflect on their lives, the evolution of their careers, their creative process, and world view. With its own signature and voice, Interview with the Artist is a show that brings you honest , intimate and illuminating conversation between artists.
Join host Diane Mack for a conversation with the leading figures of the New Orleans arts and culture scene, each week Inside the Arts. From gallery openings to the performing arts, Diane takes you along on an intimate examination of the people and places that make New Orleans one of America's most interesting cities.
StoryForward is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Steve Peters, exploring the future of storytelling and entertainment -- from ARGs and apps to the Wild West of the web ... and beyond. Timely and topical discussion with new guests every episode, plus a special Cross-Media moment where the podcast itself goes multi-platform.
Hosted by Mother and Daughter Eileen Hsü-Balzer and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, the Adventures in Arting podcast is a lively discussion of artful living. Topics range from creating art (painting, sewing, scrapbooking, lampworking, etc.) to viewing art (museums, galleries, the theatre, etc.) to the artful home (cooking, dressing, decorating etc.) to managing a career in the arts. All aspects of arting are discussed between the two hosts, as well as with a variety of guests.
Hosted by singer/songwriter Marcio Novelli (Toronto, Canada) and web designer Ross Barber (Glasgow, Scotland), Bridge the Atlantic is a humorous and insightful exploration of the creative industries, directly from those who are working within it. With a varied range of guests including musicians, filmmakers, actors, artists and other creative professionals, Bridge the Atlantic is an entertaining mix of funny “WTF” moments, career defining experiences and industry advice.
The Jersey Arts Podcast presents in-depth, one-on-one conversations with the liveliest and most intriguing personalities in New Jersey's arts scene. From the casts of hit shows to critically aclaimed film producers; from world renouned poets to classically trained musicans; from groundbreaking dance visionaires to cutting edge fine artists, our podcast connects you to what's happening in your local arts community.
THE SECRET HISTORY OF ART takes you on a series of private guided tours of the world's greatest artworks. Best-selling author and professor of art history Noah Charney presents the history, symbolism, and importance of each work. The Secret History of Art is a series of lessons in miniature on great works of art around the world. By spending just a few minutes per masterpiece, you can learn the mysteries, stories, and secrets of some of civilization’s greatest treasures.
We interview exceptional creators, de-constructing how they work, create and grow. Listen as elite musicians, actors, comedians and more share their secrets, tips and experiences, and, as a result, give you meaningful take aways which provide a greater understanding of their chosen field, the artist, and help you progress with your own endeavours.
Whatever our creative passion is, we can all agree on doing more of what we love – writing, drawing, crafting, composing, photography. How do we find time? How do we exist in reality without letting it stop our progress? How do we make our projects happen in the real world; doing what we can, with what we have, while we have it? Creative Drive is a biweekly podcast for everyday people creating extraordinary things. Tune in for down-to-earth perspective, practical tips, and some occasional randomness too. Creative Drive is an ad-free podcast created by Eric Torres and produced by Gavin Torres in Phoenix, Arizona.
Subscribe: iTunes | RSS Modern city parks need to be fun, sustainable, green, and engaging. It’s a tall order. Laura Jasinski, Director of Programs and Planning at the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a mile-and-a-half of contemporary parks running through the heart of Boston, speaks to the evolution and cultivation of their public spaces, public programs, and community engagement. Laura Jasinski is the Director of Programs and Planning at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy. She joined the Conservancy in 2010 as an intern and has become a valued member of the organization’s leadership for her ability to manage complex projects and collaborate across Conservancy departments. In her current and past roles, Laura served as the Project Manager for the development of the Greenway Carousel at the Tiffany & Co. Grove, the installation of the Dewey Square Demonstration Gardens, the recent installation of a monumental aerial sculpture by Janet Echelman named As If It Were Already Here, and the add ...
This week we’re joined by Eric Heald, a multi-faceted music industry professional, who describes himself as being all about music, all the time. He wears many hats in the music business - he handles publicity, promotions, and marketing at Tragic Hero Records, a Warner Bros/ ADA distributed record label, and also co-ordinates the studio schedule at Crushtone Studios. In addition to all of this, he is also studying Recording Arts and Technology at Tri-C in downtown Cleveland, is a stagehand of LiveNation, and in his spare time writes and plays music, too. Highlights: - Eric cares about the people he works with, and surrounds himself with music - We talk about how Eric and Marcio met, and the contribution Eric has made to Marcio’s new record - Eric is often told he should be a doctor - Doctor Heald (say it out loud…) - We hear how Eric got started doing session work - it’s all about taking opportunities that come your way! - We discuss the pros/cons of being a session musician and Eri ...
In this episode, Andrew will shed some light on new acronyms from the art ed world including STEM, STEAM, and PBL. He'll share how to start incorporating these teaching philosophies into your classroom in order to get your students thinking like designers. He'll even talk about why having the STEM vs. STEAM debate isn't worth your time. Joining Andrew will be his longtime friend and colleague, Ryan McInry. Ryan is a fellow Iowa art educator and a bonafide STEAM expert. Andrew and Ryan discuss the unifying threads of STEM, STEAM, PBL and art and why these new paradigms don’t have to be a source of fear or confusion for art teachers (16:00). They also talk about how STEAM and PBL can lead art teachers to collaborate with other teachers in the building (21:00). Finally, Ryan and Andrew discuss how art teachers can be leaders when schools start adopting a STEAM or PBL approach (24:00 ). Resources and Links: How to Keep the Integrity of Art in STEAM Why Art Teachers are the Leaders of t ...
Disgraced by playwright Ayad Akhtar, explores questions of identity and prejudice in post 9/11 America, Australia's surfing history on show in an exhibition, UK writer Chris Cleave on his new novel which is set during World War Two, and a new series about words and language, called Expressions of Interest.
A look back at the L.A. punk scene with three people who helped define it. John Doe and Exene Cervenka, co-founders of the band X, and Dave Alvin, who joined X for a few years as their lead guitarist. In John Doe's new memoir, 'Under the Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk,' Doe brings together his own essays and stories from other musicians and scenemakers from that time.
Episode #86 is up- This week Matt sits down with Wayne Federman –comedian, actor, author, musician, and Mile High Comedy Theater Headliner this weekend! On May 7th Wayne will be in Prescott, AZ at The Elks Theater for a night of stand up, improv, & sketch comedy- tickets available by clicking HERE This episode is brought to you by Amazon- use the Mile High Show link to do all of your on line shopping & also support the show- Pick up your copy of Chronicles of Federman by using the Mile High Show Amazon Link- and by Audible.com – use the code MILEHIGH at check out for your FREE audio download & FREE 30-day subscription- Code MILEHIGH for FREE STUFF!
The question is astonishingly simple: In the year 2015, with GPS and satellites and global surveillance everywhere all the time, how does a massive airplane simply go missing? To find the answer, writer Bucky McMahon boarded one of the vessels searching for Malaysia Air 370 in one of the most isolated and treacherous stretches of ocean on the planet. In telling the story of the search crew and the massive amounts of technology, money, and human capital being spent trying to find this airplane, McMahon tells a story of our time—of a world completely dependent on nets of redundant technology, yet completely lost and broken when those nets suddenly break. McMahon joins host David Brancaccio to discuss his October 2015 story, “The Plane at the Bottom of the Ocean.”
Violinist Sarah Neufeld is best known for invigorating Arcade Fire's cinematic rock with her kinetic, slashing strings. But she's also an accomplished and daring solo musician, whose 2013 debut Hero Brother explored minimalist classical impulses, featuring vocalizations over the repetitive driving patterns of Steve Reich and more traditional, folky cadences. Neufeld has returned with The Ridge, which retains the purposeful minimalism of her first record, but shifts its subtle focus to pop song structures — and even features a drum beat here and there. Hear Neufeld talk about and play songs from the new record, accompanied by frequent collaborator Colin Stetson (Arcade Fire, Lou Reed, Bon Iver) on lyricon.
KEXP DJ and writer, Greg Vandy, joins us this week to talk about his new book 26 SONGS IN 30 DAYS: Woody Guthrie's Columbia River Songs and the Planned Promised Land in the Pacific Northwest, the problems that Woody Guthrie faced in taking on such a mammoth project in propaganda for US government, and how Greg got his start in radio. Music Featured In This Week's Episode: Woody Guthrie
Katia Santibañez was born in Paris, France and moved to NYC in 1990 after she graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts, where she studied art from 1985 to 1990. She lives between NYC and Massachusetts. She is a multidisciplinary artist working in painting, drawing, printmaking, video, and photography. She is represented by Morgan Lehman galleryin NYC and Texas gallery in Houston. She has been granted residencies at Yaddo, NY. Casa Wabi, Mexico. Albers Foundation, CT. Civitella Ranieri, Italy and Jordan Schnitzer printmaking, OR She is having a solo show in September 2015 at Texas Gallery, Houston, TX
Heartstring Theatre is a new company devoted to producing plays where at least half of the actors on stage are women. Their first production is Coriolanus, Shakespeare's bloody tale of war, power and pride – with an all female cast.
An exciting collaboration between the Tinalley String Quartet and singer Lior; a new exhibition at the Arts Centre Melbourne is shining a light on the underappreciated work of set and costume designers; and an all-female cast tackles one of Shakespeare's most masculine plays, Coriolanus.
One of my early podcasts was with Matthew Davidson (also often known as stretta). At the time, Matthew was working with me at Cycling '74, and was also doing some teaching at Berklee School of Music and working on some monome/modular stuff. Since then, Matthew has left Cycling and has moved into a fulltime position at Berklee, so I decided to revisit our discussion, talk a little more about what things are like teaching at the school, and what it is like for students that are first attempting to take on something as heady as that program. We also get some insights into Matthew's ideas about ensemble work (with modulars!), personal practice and the excitement of teaching as a full-time gig. Enjoy!
Jeff Jaffe guest of the Art Dealer Show – podcast Part two of our conversation with Jeff Jaffe the owner of Pop International Galleries in SoHo… scratch that. Jeff since our last episode, after almost 20 years has moved his SoHo local to the now hip and burgeoning Bowery of Manhattan NYC. – Congrats on the new digs Jeff. On that theme, our host Danny Stern digs deep to when he first learned the life lessen that seems to come up in the art-biz every day – that “things change.” And those of us who always expect it, and are thus always ready to change with it, are the ones who keep surviving. So why two parts when all other episodes seem to do it in one? Well, when you have such a great conversation with someone like Jeff who has so much experience and knowledge in the world or art sales, it’s pretty hard to throw-out half of it out, just so you have a reasonable size podcast. So we let this one go on to a second. I know once you take a listen you will agree, that to have mot included ...
A rising talent, Emily Wurramara is - at 20 - a fairly experienced singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist – she’s been at it since she was six. Around that time, her parents moved from the Top End to Brisbane - a decision that was crucial in the development of her songwriting.
The poetics of relearning Aboriginal language and a lover's condescension are the subject matter of two poems shortlisted for a new literary prize for young Indigenous writers working in either poetry or short fiction. Six emerging writers under 30 have been shortlisted for the third Nakata Brophy Prize and today we meet two of them, whose approaches to poetry are very different.