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.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
Frequency.FM is a podcast featuring Christian artists across all mediums. We engage artists from all walks, discussing life, faith, and their passions. Expect to hear from a diverse collection of artists whose work is presented in music, media, entertainment, magic, authors, producers, script writers, graphics, painting, film, animation etc. One thing that will never change, however, is our commitment to discuss matters of faith and the artists’ relationship with Jesus Christ.
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
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about the visual arts. Hosted and independently produced by Modern Art Notes Media/Tyler Green, the program features leading figures in the visual arts, including artists, art historians, critics, curators and authors. It is distributed on Thursdays.
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.
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.
Located in New York City, a global capital of arts and culture, Irish Arts Center serves as a dynamic platform for top emerging and established artists and cultural creators to reach a New York, national, and global audience, and as a gateway for other institutions to access first-rate Irish and Irish American culture.
Los Angeles Comedian Tim Powers sits down with the world's most interesting people. Song writers, actors, artists, animators, authors --Tim will get the story out of them with a charm and a sense of humor nobody else has.
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.
On Craftcast.com, host Alison Lee takes you through the world of Crafting, from interviews, product reviews, and do it yourself tutorials. Craftcast.com is the only podcast where you can listen, learn, and create!
This conversational storytelling podcast from TouchVision features interviews with performers and artists who are prompted to reveal a headline for a funny personal true story. Hosted by comedian Tim Barnes, "It's All True!" is quick, sonically rich and always fun.
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.
Warning: Explicit Content Sundays at 2:00PM EST Hosted by notorious sex-and-drug-happy authors Mike Edison (I Have Fun Everywhere I Go) and Judy McGuire (How Not to Date), ARTS & SEIZURES features an incredible range of guests, across a broad spectrum of the arts – from high-minded writers to professional wrestlers, actors, comedians, chefs, musicians, journalists, directors, and producers. In the past two years Mike & Judy have welcomed Grammy Nominees and James Beard Award winners onto their show with equal aplomb; as well as pornographers, X-rated cabaret singers, and a host of New York’s most notorious art stars. Mike Edison is the former publisher of marijuana magazine High Times, and was the editor-in-chief of the irresponsibly outrageous Screw. Edison has worked as a correspondent for Penthouse and Hustler, and is an internationally known musician and professional wrestler of no small repute. He is the author of 28 pornographic novels, the cult classic memoir I Have Fun Everywhere I Go, and the pop culture bonanza Dirty! Dirty! Dirty! He speaks frequently on free speech, sex, drugs, and the American counterculture, and is “proof positive that one can be both edgy and erudite, lowbrow and literate, and take joy in the unbridled pleasures of the id without sacrificing the higher mind.” (PopMatters.com) His most recent book is Dirty! Dirty! Dirty!. Judy McGuire is a columnist, author, former managing editor of High Times, and friend to small furry beasts. She has a degree in criminology from CUNY and has been writing a dating advice column called “Dategirl” for the Seattle Weekly and a variety of other outlets for over a decade. In addition to ghostwriting Shock Jock: Hardy Boys Case File 106, she’s the author of How Not to Date (Sasquatch) and the notorious Official Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll Book of Lists (Softskull). McGuire lives in Brooklyn, NY, with a man and two cats. You can find her online at dategirl.net. Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.
Artists are among the most fascinating people on the planet, but it’s not often that we get to know the person behind the art. Each week, through in-depth interviews & on-location adventures, we take you to the edge of creativity so that you can learn something new about the people who create. General Admission is a lighthearted, but provocative podcast about the lives of artists and why they make things.
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.
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.
Art Beat is a public access television show that "keeps its finger on the pulse of the arts community." This show debuted on May 4, 2001 on and the podcast debuted on March 3, 2010. We interview artist, writers, musicians and pure creative people. This show is produced and Hosted by Kinte. Theme song "Song to the Ancesotrs" by Taumbu Season 1 Willie Robert Middlebrook Yrneh Brown Preserving our Culture Enoch Mack and Odie Hawkins Cecil the Life of part one Save Artist Graham Goddard Our Centers Author and Musician Alvin Vincent Grimes Singer Dwight Trible Cecil the Life of part Two Photographer MonaLisa Whitaker Artist and Talk show host Sybil McMiller Writer Author Darryl James Jazz Musician Phil Ranelin Remembering Varnette P. Honeywood Season Two Artist Michael Massenburg Artist - Sculptor Charles Dickson Jazz Radio Host James Janisse Timothy Watkins President and CEO WLCAC Artist Actress Lili Bernard Charmaine Jefferson Director CAAM Amitis Motevalli William Grant Still Franklin Sirmans LA County Museum of Art Najee Dorsey Black Art in America Season 3 Artist Patrick Henry Johnson 31st Annual Black Doll Exhibit Review Sculptor Toni Scott Artist Educator Dr Shani Byard Artist Dominique Moody Season 4 Artist Bernard Hoyes Carole J McCoy Visual Artist Stella Singleton-Jones Gilbert Young Tariq Nasheed of Hidden Colors Uchenna Nworgu/African Family
Nathan Salsburg is a Louisville-based guitarist who moonlights as the curator of the famed Alan Lomax Archive of American folk music. Or maybe it’s vice versa. He joined us as a solo performer back in 2012, but now he’s back in a duo setting with the English guitarist James Elkington, now based in Chicago and known for his work with Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy, Richard Thompson, and Steve Gunn, among others. Elkington and Salsburg have just released an album of guitar duets called Ambsace, a Middle English word that today we would translate as “snake eyes” – the lowest roll of the dice. The album is both virtuosic and accessible – you don’t need to be a guitarist to like it. Today, the two of them join us to play live and to perhaps explain their choice of album title. Click here to listen to Bert Jansch's live Soundcheck set from 2010, as referenced in the interview.
Writer and Director Bryan Doerries joins us to chat about his project Theatre of War - a project which sees actors performing Ancient Greek plays to returned service men and women to help them process the experience of war.
This week, we’re welcoming Bob Baker to the show, all the way from St Louis. Bob is an author, speaker, musician, and former music magazine editor dedicated to showing musicians of all kinds how to get exposure, connect with fans, sell more music, and increase their incomes through their artistic passions. Bob is the author of numerous books on the subject of music marketing and making a living from your art, including The Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook (featured in the movie School of Rock), The DIY Career Manifesto and his latest book, The Empowered Artist. Highlights: - As well as being an author and marketing expert, Bob is also a musician, artist and improv. comedy teacher! - We all agree that different types of creatives can learn from each other - Bob is celebrating 20 years of being on the Internet - happy anniversary! - Bob still thinks of himself as a curious musician who is exploring what is working for successful musicians and artists - The things that hold most artists...
We start strong right out of the gate with the legendary Don Moen chatting about his experience with CMS NW and his latest endeavor - a musical project that focuses on his longing for a nation that is healed and whole.
This week A's back on the 'cast and we're talking about an amazing bit of artistry in science (breaking the blood brain barrier) and a little bit of non-science in art (Chick Tracts) Thank you for listening to Mad Art Cast. You can find us on the web at MadArtLab.com.
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In his new book, 'Sam Phillips,' music writer Peter Guralnick profiles the founder of Sun Records. Guralnick says Phillips rejected perfection in favor of spontaneity and individuality. Phillips discovered Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Howlin' Wolf, Charlie Rich, Roy Orbison and others. Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews 'The Mare.'
Little May is an Australian trio whose signature sounds include dark and poetic lyrics, urgent guitar strumming and, above all, beautiful 3-part vocal harmonies. Their 2015 album, For The Company, was produced by The National’s Aaron Dessner and may have a bit of New York in its musical DNA. The band has spent much of the past year on the road, touring with Mumford and Sons, Alabama Shakes, and others, but before they headed back home for the holidays, they stopped by our studio for a live set. Click here to listen to Little May's appearance in our studio last year.
Comedian Josh Earl drops by to talk turning a break-up into a successful comedy career, the fiery world of librarian web forums and his love of proto-punk musician Jonathan Richman. Also: we're making a film! Check out www.capesfilm.com
Mats Hjelm is a visual artist and a documentary filmmaker. With a 20-year long personal attachment to Detroit, beginning with studies at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, he has done several video installations inspired by the city’s political history. Black Nation (2008) was his first feature documentary film about a Black nationalistic church in Detroit known as the Shrine of the Black Madonna, which premiered at the International Dubai Film Festival in 2008. In recent years, Hjelm has followed the work of the Shrine in West Africa, the subject for the upcoming feature Preston & the Black Madonna (2016). While filming in Liberia, the ebola epidemic broke out, and unable to remain in the country he left a camera with a social worker who sent back memory cards with video reports from the field. His most recent installation Who the Fool shows the fragility of a country in a crisis situation. Since 1993, he has had film installation and shows in Europe, the US, Russia, Canada and Japan. His...
I've gotten so many requests to interview Leafcutter John - but it really blew up after his recent work at the Ableton Loop conference. I reached out to him and he was nice enough to say "Yes" to the interview request. What was cool is that it started out like an interview, but quickly turned into a chat about how we do our respective things. This was a great one, and I can't wait to meet John in person. Awesome guy - and someone that has been quite thoughtful about what and how he does his thing. If you know Leafcutter John's work, this won't surprise you. But if you are new to his work, I think you'll really get into this talk. Enjoy!
Persia's world heritage sites set master photographer, Nuran Zorlu, on a pilgrimage to document its multi religious history, including ancient empires, Christian churches and Islamic mosques. The Greats is the latest exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, featuring masterpieces from the Scottish National Galleries, including Vermeer's only known Biblical painting.
Putting belief to beats is the goal of Krosswerdz Australia, a network of diverse Christians injecting faith into hip-hop culture since 2006. With a roster of emcees, DJs and dancers taking Australian hip-hop into Asia and the US, Krosswerdz is shaking up Christian stereotypes.
It had been a while since I’d last spoken with Sara Varon. At the time, the artist had a handle of comics and kids books under her belt, including most notably — and recently — Robot Dreams, a delightful wordless buddy comic about a relationship between a robot and a dog. Since then, Varon’s been plenty busy, adding several more titles to her bibliography and teaching printmaking at her alma mater, the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. She also has a trio of books already planned for publication over the next two years, including a reissue of her 2003 short story Sweater Weather, a book about an anthropomorphic donkey for First Second and President Squid, the tale of a giant squid who runs for president. Varon and I sat down at her studio in Gowanus, Brooklyn surrounded by shelves of children’s books to discuss quitting her day job, writing for kids, and a failed TV pitch about unicorns.