Best Fine Arts podcasts — Painting, drawing, sculpture and related fine arts (Updated May 2018; image)
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about visual art. The program features host Tyler Green's conversations with artists, art historians, curators, critics and authors. It is published each Thursday.
 
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.
 
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The Pen Addict
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The Pen Addict is a weekly fix for all things stationery. Pens, pencils, paper, ink – you name it, and Brad Dowdy and Myke Hurley are into it. Join as they geek out over the analog tools they love so dearly. Hosted by Myke Hurley and Brad Dowdy.
 
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Art Talk
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Art reviews from art critics Edward Goldman and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp.
 
This audio series offers entertaining, informative discussions about the arts and events at the National Gallery of Art. These podcasts give access to special Gallery talks by well-known artists, authors, curators, and historians. Included in this podcast listing are established series: The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series, The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture in Italian Art, Elson Lecture Series, A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Conversationricans with Artists Series, Conversations w ...
 
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Tate Events
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This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.
 
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Creative Start
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How your favorite creatives got their start. And how you can too.
 
Since the early days of the interwebs Cory Casoni, Brad Guigar, & Scott Kurtz have been creating and publishing content online. Join them every week to discuss art, test new media technologies, talk to other industry professionals, and share some laughs.
 
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CreatureGeek
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This is the SFX Makeup podcast from a fan and pro perspective! Len Peralta is the fan, an artist with a keen interest in makeup and special effects. Frank Ippolito is the pro, a working professional in the FX industry with movies and TV under his belt. Together they cover a variety of topics, interview guests and geek out in general about makeup.
 
Join Linda Fisler as we talk writing, art and all things creative! Linda will have guests from time to time to talk about their creative process and milestones. To listen to actual podcasts, go to her Patreon page--https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler
 
Your Dreams My Nightmares is an audio side project hosted by Sam Weber featuring conversations with illustrators, artists and designers.
 
Art fairs are our business. If they are your business, too, tune in for all the news and insider tips about the nation's top juried art fairs and craft shows.The Art Fair Success Show is hosted by Connie Mettler, publisher of ArtFairCalendar.com and ArtFairInsiders.com.
 
Escape From Illustration Island is the critically-acclaimed audio podcast featuring conversations with Illustrators, Art Directors, Art Reps and other creative professionals. Past guests include Drew Struzan, Christoph Niemann, Marshall Arisman, Gary Taxali, Bob Staake and more.Visit IllustrationAge.com for the ultimate resources for Illustrators!This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
 
Light Grey Art Lab is an art gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where creatives come together to learn, travel, exhibit, and discuss their creative practice. Our podcast features the Light Grey team discussing the creative practice, reflections on our exhibitions and projects, artist interviews, guest lecturers, and travelogues. Learn more at lightgreyartlab.com. Thanks for listening!
 
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WFIU: Visual Arts
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Arts interviews, reviews, and features from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.
 
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Drawn Today
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Draw Everyday
 
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Artblog Radio
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artblog radio interviews artists from Philadelphia and beyond. Hosted by Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof from theartblog.org
 
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Brad is back from Houston, and is heading to Raleigh! We catch up on his travels, new Kickstarter projects, and the latest from Retro 51. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Harry's: Claim your trial set! Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top of the website and enter the password ‘penaddict’ for this week’s special offer, ...…
 
Edward Goldman talk about seeing a most adventurous series of temporary exhibitions at MOCA Grand Ave.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Kimberly A. Jones, curator of 19th-century French paintings, National Gallery of Art, and Emily Talbot, assistant curator, Norton Simon Museum. Two of Claude Monet’s paintings of the garden at his home in Vétheuil, France, have been reunited for the first time since they were created more than 100 years ago, thanks to a long-term series of loan ...…
 
The artist revisits his home town of Galesburg, Ill.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp).
 
Episode No. 341 features artist Inka Essenhigh and curator Kenneth Myers. The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art in Virginia Beach is showing "Inka Essenhigh: A Fine Line," a mid-career survey of the New York-based Essenhigh's work. The exhibition was curated by Heather Hakimzadeh and remains on view through August 19. The exhibition's catalog ...…
 
On this episode, we welcome Chat Zar - a sculptor, creature designer and fine artist who is known for his dark, visual style. His unique take on art and design has landed him work on such projects as Terminator Salvation, Hellboy, Men in Black 2 and Planet of the Apes, just to name a few. And like us here at Creaturegeek, he hosts a podcast cal ...…
 
Do you really want to hear how Brad packs for a pen shop visit? Apparently so, as he lays out his gear for a trip to Dromgoole’s in Houston. He and Myke also dig into new Kaweco and Pelikan special Editions, and answer all of your #asktpa questions. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer co ...…
 
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp discusses Vague Terrains.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp).
 
Episode No. 340 features author and historian Daniel E. Sutherland and artist Otobong Nkanga. With Georgia Toutziari, Daniel Sutherland is the co-author of "Whistler's Mother: Portrait of an Extraordinary Life." The book, a biography of Anna Whistler, explains both the austere woman represented in James Abbott McNeill Whistler's famed 1871 pain ...…
 
Linda interviews Mary Castillo, author of romantic comedy and paranormal mystery/romance novels. This delightful chat includes conversations on Mary's journey, Star Wars, Game of Thrones and other exciting topics. Here's Mary's Bio: It is no wonder that Mary Castillo is a paranormal mystery and romance author. She grew up in a haunted house. He ...…
 
Two weeks between recording gives the boys a lot to talk about! Everything from new product talk, to Sailors, Pelikans, Kanilea pens, and more. Join in on the fun! This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Harry's: Claim your trial set! Blue Apron: A better way to cook. Get 3 free meals, with FREE SHIPPING. Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ ...…
 
Edward Goldman talks about the sprawling new show Beyond the Streets, which opened in a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about wildly different artists with one thing in common: clay.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp).
 
Episode No. 339 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist John Akomfrah. The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University is presenting John Akomfrah's three-channel video installation Precarity (2017-18), a work that it commissioned for its collection and that debuted at the Ogden Museum as part of the recent Prospect 4 triennial in New Orlea ...…
 
Linda chats with Michael Harding about his new oil painting colors, new mediums and he even gives us a glimpse of a color to come. You'll hear it first here! He also talks about a new line of product as well.
 
Interested in making your own fountain pens? We follow-up on our previous #asktpa with feedback from two just-getting-started pen makers. We also talk about the challenges of good mechanical pencil design, and pick the perfect pen for a Park Ranger. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Casper: The Internet’s favourite mattress. Get $ ...…
 
Edward Goldman talks about the painful national histories explored by museums in Montgomery and Moscow.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Estelle Lingo, Andrew W. Mellon Professor, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art. The Tuscan sculptor Francesco Mochi (1580-1654) has long been viewed as an early innovator of the baroque style whose career was eclipsed by his brilliant younger contemporary Gianlorenzo Bernini. But for his 17th-century biographer ...…
 
Doris J. Schattschneider, professor emerita of mathematics, Moravian College. Held in conjunction with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics annual meeting and the 120th anniversary of the birth of Dutch artist M. C. Escher (1898–1972), this lecture considers how the imagery in Escher’s graphic works makes use of geometry and often pr ...…
 
Christine Laloue, chief curator of harpsichords and fine arts, and Jean-Philippe Echard, curator of bowed string instruments, Musée de la musique, Cité de la musique-Philharmonie de Paris The harpsichord, standing at the center of baroque European culture, served not only as a musical instrument but also as a receptacle of painting. Collections ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University.In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are m ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are ...…
 
Hal Foster, Townsend Martin, Class of 1917, Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University. In the six-part lecture series Positive Barbarism: Brutal Aesthetics in the Postwar Period, Hal Foster explores the pervasive turn, from the mid-1940s to the early 1960s, to the brut and the brutalist, the animal and the creaturely, as these are ...…
 
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about magic and perception in the artist’s retrospectiveBy webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp).
 
Episode No. 338 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Terry Winters and art historian Stefanie Heckmann. The Drawing Center in New York is showing "Terry Winters: Facts and Fictions," a nearly four-decade survey of Winters's drawing practice. The exhibition includes both wall-hung large-scale drawings and smaller works presented in vi ...…
 
It’s new notebook day on the podcast, as Brad and Myke discuss a slew of new releases crossing our desks. Limited editions were also a hot topic, this week hotter than most with the launch of the Retro 51 “The System” rollerball. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Harry's: Claim your trial set! Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link ...…
 
Edward Goldman talks about painful history as a source for art.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Episode No. 337 features artists Kamrooz Aram and Matthew Angelo Harrison. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is showing "FOCUS: Kamrooz Aram," an installation of Aram's recent sculpture, collage and painting. The exhibition continues Aram's investigation into the complex and non-linear relationship between non-Western art and (Western) modern ...…
 
Brad and Myke are back from Atlanta and recap the best show ever. At least until the next one! This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Blue Apron: A better way to cook. Get 3 free meals, with FREE SHIPPING. Simple Contacts: Contact lens prescriptions from home: Use offer code PENADDICT for $30 off your contact lenses. Links and Show Not ...…
 
Edward Goldman talks about Katherine Sherwood, who, in spite of her brain hemorrhage, thrives as an artist.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Download the MP3, stream directly on Stitcher, or subscribe via iTunes! Campfire Comics Length: 00:35:39 Synopsis: Calvin sits down with Dennis Madamba and Kyle Harabedian post-April Blizzard to talk about their recently printed project, Campfire Comics, as well as Autoptic, Minneapolis' upcoming indie comics convention. Show Notes: Campfire Co ...…
 
Karen Lemmey, curator of sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Speaking at the second annual John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, held on March 23, 2018, at the National Gallery of Art, Karen Lemmey draws together the two replicas of The Greek Slave commissioned by William Humble Ward: one completed in 1846 and preserved in the Corc ...…
 
R. Tess Korobkin, PhD candidate, history of art, Yale University, and Ellen Holtzman Fellow, Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art, 2017–2018. The fact that Frederick Douglass, a former slave and an outspoken proponent of abolitionism, owned a statuette of Hiram Powers’s The Greek Slave raises difficult questions. Speaking at the se ...…
 
Sarah Cash, associate curator, department of American and British paintings, National Gallery of Art. Sarah Cash presents a brief history of Hiram Powers’s marble sculpture The Greek Slave at the second annual John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, held on March 23, 2018, at the National Gallery of Art. In particular, Cash considers the wor ...…
 
David C. Driskell, artist, curator, and Distinguished University Professor of Art, Emeritus, University of Maryland at College Park. Archibald Motley Jr.’s paintings of African American subjects underwent drastic changes in style and reception during the artist’s long lifetime. After including Motley’s paintings in his Two Centuries of Black Am ...…
 
Nancy Anderson, curator and head, department of American and British paintings, National Gallery of Art. When the National Gallery of Art opened in 1941, only ten American paintings were on view. Almost all were portraits. Of these, only one was of a woman—the regal Catherine Brass Yates by Gilbert Stuart. Elegantly dressed in white silk, Mrs. ...…
 
Molly Donovan, curator of art, 1975–present, National Gallery of Art, in conversation with artists Janine Antoni, Byron Kim, and Glenn Ligon. At the second annual John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art held on March 23, 2018 at the National Gallery of Art, Janine Antoni, Byron Kim, and Glenn Ligon, whose works are featured in the special ins ...…
 
Terence Washington, program assistant, department of academic programs, National Gallery of Art. In the poem “Joy,” Poet Laureate of the United States Tracy K. Smith describes the body alternately as memory, as appetite, and as this question: “What do you believe in?” Using works from the Gallery’s collection as examples, Terence Washington, at ...…
 
Anne Whiston Spirn, author, photographer, landscape architect, and Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Many of Dorothea Lange’s photographs from the recent, important gift of Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser appear in her books An American Exodus: A Record of Human E ...…
 
Judith Brodie, curator and head, department of modern prints and drawings, National Gallery of Art. Recent additions to the Gallery’s collection have sparked new discussions and new ways of thinking about “fine” art. Speaking at the second annual John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, held on March 23, 2018, at the National Gallery of Art, ...…
 
Holly Bass, artistic director, Holly Bass|360. At the second annual John Wilmerding Symposium on American Art, held on March 23, 2018, at the National Gallery of Art, local artist Holly Bass discusses the importance of audience engagement as it relates to her current practice and the larger national conversation on equity, diversity, and inclus ...…
 
John Fagg, lecturer, department of English literature, University of Birmingham. Robert Henri was referring to a cadaver he and his brother had just dissected when he confessed in an 1886 diary entry: “You put your self in his place.” Over the next two decades Henri developed and taught an approach to painting the body that emphasized breathing ...…
 
Charles Brock, associate curator, department of American and British paintings, National Gallery of Art When Both Members of This Club by George Bellows was placed on view at the National Gallery of Art in January 1945 at the behest of Gallery benefactor Chester Dale, it became the first significant work by an American modernist painter to be f ...…
 
John Vonhof of Writers & Authors On Fire interviewed Linda. The discussed her books, inspirations, self-publishing, and so much more.
 
Somebody started a hashtag on "the Twitters" because even after ten years of blockbuster Marvel & DC movies, nobody realized that all those characters were based on comic books! Yeah, that's totally what we're talking about.Show Notes:-Brad stirs the pot, then runs away.-Scott yells at Cory and doesn't apologize.-Cory doesn't care because Scott ...…
 
Linda gives an update on what chats are posted on her Patreon page for her new patrons at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10537779 For as little as $1 a month you can have exclusive, first look access to these chats.
 
We are live! Thank you to all of our Kickstarter backers for making this live episode possible. Listen in as Ana, Brad, and Myke discuss the Atlanta Pen Show and interview Jim Rouse from Franklin-Christoph and Lisa Vanness from Vanness Pens. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Harry's: Claim your trial set! Pen Chalet: Click the ‘po ...…
 
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