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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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 ...
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.
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.
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.
WQED fm89.3 - Voice of the Arts (formerly Around Town)
Hosted, written, and produced 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.
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!
National Museum of Australia – Audio on demand program
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.
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.
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!
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 Ever ...
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.
Say you discover a music box, maybe in your grandmother's attic. No inscription. No "Made In..." stamp. You turn the crank — what do you hear? Folk? Lullaby? Bolero? Bachata? Reggae? Gypsy Jazz? As it happens, all of these and more appear on Monsieur Periné's new album Caja de Música ("Music Box"). It's a veritable musical mixing pot — which is probably appropriate for a Colombian band with a French name.
Laura "Lolly" Allen's music "...conjures the lanky, leisurely feel of Milt Jackson, her roomy rambles open up the spiritual spaciousness of Walt Dickerson, and her smooth flair for Latin rhythms recalls Cal Tjader."-- Fred Bouchard (writer for Downbeat Magazine and teacher at Berklee College of Music.) She has been featured on radio and at venues including the Knitting Factory, Vibrato Grill Jazz, Boston Globe Jazz Festival, artist-in-residence with Stan Strickland at Boston's Museum of Fine Art, WGBH FM's Eric in the Evening and Ron DellaChiesa's Jazz Songbook. Allen has composed and performed in various ensembles including Gunther Schuller's Birthday Celebration Concert, Sam Rivers with the New England Conservatory Big Band, Maria Schneider with the Jazz Composer's Alliance, The Jimmy Giuffre Tribute Concert at Jordan Hall, the L.A Jazz Society's Vibe Summit, and with Jiggs Whigham and Bob Mintzer at the Disney Jazz Celebration. She has studied with many jazz greats: Danilo Perez ...
Sue Carlson earned an MFA in visual art from CAL-ARTS in 1982 and a BA in classical music performance from Case Western Reserve University in 1978. During the 1980’s she trained as a painter by assisting in the studios of Elizabeth Murray and Lucio Pozzi. Her work has been shown at the Sardegna Arte Fiere in Sardinia , Neon Gallery in Bologna, and in New York City at Rose Burlingham Fine Art, Van Brunt Gallery, Gerber Seid Fine Art, Lindsay Brown Gallery as well as in spaces in Baltimore, San Francisco and San Antonio. Her music training has deeply influenced her painterly practice, as she uses the model of musical language as a way of embracing the poetry of light and space. Learn more on her website here.
This novel is almost set in London in the 1880s, where Irish and Japanese nationalism are having an impact, and Gilbert & Sullivan operettas are having their day. But not quite, because there is a touch of fantasy and magic thrown into the mix too.
Anna Weisling is a typical Wisconsinite: she downplays her accomplishments, points out her flaws and mostly talks about how others really did all the work in her career. But when you look at her work (http://www.aweisling.com/), much of it speaks to a depth that is exceedingly artistic. Or let me say it this way: I like her work! In any case, in this chat with Anna, we talk about her trek through a variety of places, people and projects as she's become a busy and active artist - even as she pursues a Georgia Tech PhD. I actually resonate with a lot of her story, since it is that rural-to-not track that I took as well. Hearing how someone from a similar background found a completely different way to succeed is very interesting to me - and I trust it is interesting to you as well. Enjoy!
Sunil Yapa's debut novel, Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist, is set in 1999 during the huge protests surrounding the World Trade Organization Conference in Seattle. It's equal parts raw, gripping and angry.
Have you heard of the Gutting Girls, itinerant workers who followed the herring catch in northern Scotland for centuries? Perth writer Amanda Curtin has written the life of one of these girls, from the Orkneys to Australia.
Ian McGuire's The North Water is a crime thriller set on a sailing ship in the middle of the 19th century. Although it might seem like just one more crime thriller about a sex-crazed psychopath, this is a book with a big heart.
When a group of Asian-American actors got tired of being offered only stereotypical roles, they formed East West Players, a theater company still going strong 50 years later. Hear more about the company from East West Players Artistic Director Tim Dang. Plus: artists stretch the fence line of what's familiar to us and create cultural memory. So says CAP UCLA director Kristy Edmunds. More with her on this week's Arts Alive podcast.
Diesmal lasen wir ‘Im Arbeitlosenpark’ von Andreas Krenzke; wir hörten Pierre Boulez und das Cleveland Orchestra, die Le sacre de Printemps interpretierten; wir sahen die Muppets und verkosteten einen 12-Jährigen Deanston. Gelesen Andreas Krenzke – Im Arbeitslosenpark (YouTube) (Verlag) Im Arbeitslosenpark ist eine Satire, man könnte auch sagen politisches Kabarett. Es geht um sogenannte Arbeitslosendarsteller, die vermeintlich ihre Arbeitslosigkeit nur noch darstellen, weil es ja ofiziell nach dem Aufschwung gar keine mehr gibt. Ganz so falsch ist das auch nicht, denn wenn erwerbslose Menschen krank sind, sich in einer Fortbildung befinden oder einem sogenannten 1-Euro-Job nachgehen, sind sie tatsächlich nicht mehr als arbeitslos gemeldet und fallen so auch aus der Arbeitslosenstatistik heraus. Eine hübsche, böse und lustige Satire. Gehört Pierre Boulez/Cleveland Orchestra – Igor Strawinsky – Le sacre du Printemps (Apple Music) Pierre Boulez wollte die Opernhäuser sprengen, er war ...
18-year old Curtis Kennedy who hails from the central west of New South Wales produces electronic music under the name of Kuren. His debut EP, Love Lost is an ebb and flow of towering synths, minimalist keys and sprinkled samples.
Eliza Fraser's captivity narrative among the Butchulla people has compelled writers such as Patrick White and Michael Ondaatje, the painter Sidney Nolan and the artist Fiona Foley. After her rescue, Fraser told a darkly embellished story that's almost mythological. But what does the story tell us about power, mythmaking and the construction of Aboriginality in colonial storytelling?
An English translation, and 1970s James Bond era glamour and mystery are being used to revamp this late 16th century Mozart opera about the abduction and imprisonment of two European women by a Turkish Pasha.
Known as the "Egyptian Jon Stewart," Bassem Youssef created what became the most popular TV show in Egypt's history, but the government had the show cancelled, and Youssef fled. Then, CNN's Peter Bergen describes how the Internet and social media have been used to radicalize and recruit Americans to jihad. Finally, Bee Wilson says that our taste preferences can be formed even before birth. Her new book is 'First Bite.'
Chris Offutt's late father went from running a small insurance agency to writing more than 400 books, mostly pornography. The writer tells Fresh Air his dad believed he would be "extremely famous" for it. Ken Tucker reviews Sia's album 'This is Acting.'
The quintessential grunge anthem, ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ hinted at the racial politics, school shootings and ennui which entangled America’s Generation X. David Honigmann traces the song’s evolution. Credit: Universal Music TV Campaign Division, Columbia, UMC (Universal Music Catalogue), Rhino Atlantic
Three members of Madison punk outfit Dumb Vision sit down with Tone Madison's Scott Gordon to discuss their recently released cassette, their growth as a band, and juggling this project with their roles in several other local rock bands. Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes: apple.co/1mL8vPk Co-produced with WORT-FM, wortfm.org
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