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Best Fine Arts podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Fine Arts podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
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.
 
Avery Trufelman explores stories of people who tried to design a better world — and what happens when those designs don’t go according to plan. Season one, Utopian, is about the perpetual search for the perfect place. From Curbed and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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 ...
 
Four fresh Masters drink wine and discuss all things visual culture. *Regular episodes: Discussion and critical analysis of art historical topics fueled by alcohol. *Art History Babe Briefs (Art History BBs) : quick art history facts minus the expletives. *Hot Takes: The Babes mix it up, chatting about topics outside the realm of art history
 
Artists Helping Artists is the #1 Art Show on Blogtalk radio! Join in each week as host Leslie Saeta discusses a specific topic that addresses how to sell more art on-line, along with guest artists, gallerists, and others sharing their knowledge of the business side of art. Leslie Saeta is an artist who paints with a palette knife to create vibrant, colorful paintings. Having spent 30 years in marketing her unique combination of talents has led to a successful career in art. Her non-traditio ...
 
Stan Prokopenko and Marshall Vandruff are art instructors. If you love the arts, particularly the craft of drawing and painting and image-making… and you want to level up your skills or even make a living with your skills, we are here to answer your questions. We’re here to offer you advice, refer you to our resources, share your love of the craft and maybe inspire you! Learn to Draw - www.proko.com Marshall Vandruff - www.marshallart.com Stan Prokopenko - instagram.com/stanprokopenko For ad ...
 
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.
 
Professional artists Laura Boswell and Peter Keegan discuss the practical issues of making art your career. Drawing on their own experiences they offer candid advice for artists who want to make a living from their work. Laura is a printmaker working in Linocut and Japanese woodblock, with work is in several public collections. She writes a monthly advice column for Artists and Illustrators Magazine. Peter is a portrait painter working predominantly to commission for both private and public ...
 
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!
 
Illustration Hour is a long-form interview podcast about the craft and business of illustration and design hosted by illustrator Julia Dufossé. With the help of successful illustrators, designers and art directors, we unpack how you can ideate better, learn new skills, keep yourself fresh, promote yourself and your work, and maintain a profitable freelance business. You'll learn industry secrets and tips on self-promotion, contract negotiation, portfolios and income streams from today's most ...
 
The Art Business Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Melanie Greenwood, founder of Vision City Design Studio. This podcast is perfect if you are a fine artist, illustrator, designer or hand letterer and you want to sell your art online, market your art on social media, make passive income and build a successful art selling brand. As a graphic designer herself, Melanie offers valuable insights into how she built her design studio, sold thousands of art pieces to customers all over the world an ...
 
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COVAD-19 pandemic bonus episode No. 2. Critics on looking (or not) during a pandemic. Christopher Knight is the longtime art critic at the Los Angeles Times. Earlier this year he won the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award in Art Journalism from the Rabkin Foundation, just the second time that's been awarded. Antwaun Sargent's most recent book is title…
 
ArtFest Fort Myers under Executive Director Sharon McAllister's leadership, has initiated a plan to act as a clearinghouse to help artists interpret and access the financial services established under the new CARES Act. The law is meant to address the economic fallout of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Sharon is joined by profes…
 
Corrie and Nat discuss the famously mysterious, Stonehenge. This Prehistoric structure is both a monument and an earthwork. It is shrouded in mystery and surrounded by theories–the biggest of which may be "how did they do it?!" Listen to this BB episode to hear our thoughts. AHB YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheArtHistoryBabes Check out our Pat…
 
Business Wars digs deep into some of the greatest corporate rivalries of all time. Think Facebook VS Snapchat or Nike VS Adidas. On each episode we give you an inside look at what inspired entrepreneurs to take risks that drove their companies to new heights -- or into the ground. In this season “Starbucks VS Dunkin”, they follow these two java gia…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Jonathan Barnes, who teaches ceramics, printmaking and art appreciation at the St. Pete College Clearwater campus. In our interview we talk about responding to COVID-19 in the classroom and best practices for teaching art online. We also discuss his personal response to the p…
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Most artists will at some time be commissioned to do a piece of work, a particular view, a specific size, a portrait of a loved-one or something to commemorate an event. The kind of artist or craftsperson that you are will determine both how likely this is to happen and also …
 
Episode No. 439 features author and art historian William E. Wallace and curator Julian Brooks. Wallace is the author of "Michelangelo, God's Architect: The Story of His Final Years and Greatest Masterpiece." The book offers a rich and lively biographical examination of the last two decades of Michelangelo's life, a period when he became the archit…
 
Kellie Jones, Columbia University. In this lecture, presented on November 6, 2019, Kellie Jones, of Columbia University, looks at international conceptual art networks and the making of global community in the late twentieth century. The lecture considers moments in the global reach of performance art in the 1970s in locales from Mexico City to Lon…
 
Mary Morton, curator and head of French paintings, National Gallery of Art Auguste Renoir rebelled against the standards of the official art world, like other impressionists, pushing the limits of painting and creating his distinct style. But Renoir, in particular, has become an all-too-easy target for museumgoers who find his late female figures c…
 
From his happy little trees to his pet squirrel, Peapod, Bob Ross filled the lives of millions with magic via your favorite public access art instruction program, The Joy of Painting. In this episode, the Babes take a trip down memory lane as they recall their favorite Bob Ross moments and discuss the life of this gentle, enchanting man. Be prepare…
 
Linda chatted with Michael Harding (https://www.michaelharding.co.uk/) and artist Tim Rees (http://www.reesfineart.com/) about mediums. Micheal discusses his mediums (PM1-PM7) and how/why they are meant to be used. If you ever wondered why artists used mediums or if you should use mediums, then this chat is for you! Support the show (https://www.pa…
 
Brad went on a shopping spree for National Pencil Day - did you? He also went down a rabbit hole of discovery with fountain pen inks, and tried to sort out why this, and why now. It’s a question for the ages. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Ooni: Bring the world’s best pizza to your own backyard. Use the code THEPENADDICT for 10% of…
 
Edgar Degas was fascinated by music, opera, and ballet throughout his long career. He was a regular attendee at the old Paris Opéra house on the Rue Le Peletier through his early career, and then at the Garnier Opéra after its opening in 1875. Degas explored every aspect of the world of the opera—from rehearsals to performances, from the practice r…
 
Eric Denker, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art Raphael is recognized by many as the foremost figure of the classical tradition in Western painting. Unparalleled in the complexity of his style and the near reverence his art has inspired over the five centuries since his death, few artists are so deserving of commemoration. In the early twenti…
 
Jonathan Bober, Andrew W. Mellon Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death, the Gallery presents 25 prints and drawings in an intimate installation. The works illustrate how Raphael’s art shaped the standard of aesthetic excellence for later artists, connoisseurs, and s…
 
The National Gallery of Art will be the first American art museum to invite teams of data scientists and art historians to analyze, contextualize, and visualize its permanent collection data. The Gallery’s full permanent collection data has been released to six teams of researchers from institutions including Bennington College, Carnegie Mellon Uni…
 
Of course it isn't a job, nor a vocation, its in your bones and defines who you are. Luckily we live in a country where there is room to change and the legal means of doing so. Start out as an engineer, a pot dealer, a social worker, a biologist and one day you're standing in a tent in a park in Alabama and people are not only handing you complimen…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nicki Field is the head of illustration at the agency and production company Jelly London. Nicki has years of experience representing artists and illustrators and she shares helpful tips about portfolios, self-promotion, outreach and negotiation. In this conversati…
 
This episode was recorded before the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 Copyright is a proper minefield! There to protect intellectual property, it is misunderstood by the majority of people who seek its protection and by the majority of people who contravene its rules. Sal Shuel spent some of her working life in the rôle of 'expert witness' in c…
 
Vampires, dry absurdist humor, art historical references - it’s no wonder that the art history babes love “What We Do in the Shadows”. In this Hot Takes ep, Corrie and Ginny discuss their fave characters and moments and dissect the brilliant use of imagery. Giggle about vampires with us! Insta: @arthistorybabespodcast Corrie's Insta: @allequarry Ch…
 
Episode No. 438 features curator Ann Temkin and editor Caitlin Murray. The Museum of Modern Art, New York has organized "Judd," the first posthumous retrospective of Donald Judd's work in the United States. "Judd" was curated by our guest, Ann Temkin, with Yasmil Raymond, Tamar Margalit and Erica Cooke. The exhibition features over 70 sculptures, p…
 
Brad makes his feelings for all things stationery known, and makes Myke uncomfortable at the same time. So, basically the perfect episode. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code PENADDICT at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top of the…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kerianne Quick and Adam John Manley. Both are makers with studio practices steeped in craft, as well as professors of art in the Metals and Wood Departments at San Diego State University. In our interview we talk about their approach to materials, the concepts behind their re…
 
Kimberly A. Jones, curator of 19th-century French paintings, National Gallery of Art Edgar Degas (1834–1917) is celebrated as the painter of dancers, a subject that dominated his art for nearly four decades. An exuberant display of rich imagination and keen observation, his renowned images of the Paris Opéra are among the most sophisticated and vis…
 
Mary Morton, curator and head of French paintings, National Gallery of Art, and Ann Lofquist, artist At the National Gallery of Art on February 23, 2020, Mary Morton is joined in conversation with artist Ann Lofquist to discuss the exhibition True to Nature: Open-Air Painting in Europe, 1780–1870. Singling out particular paintings from the exhibiti…
 
How are you feeling? I am totally enervated and concerned about the future of art festivals, not only in the short term but in the long run. I'm hearing from artists and reading comments on ArtFairInsiders.com about "what next?" and I have to take some action. This exhaustion leads down a dire path. My answer: let's talk. Art show directors come to…
 
Episode No. 437 features artist Renée Stout and curator Mary Morton. Renée Stout is featured in "Person of Interest," at the Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska. The exhibition examines portraiture from the late nineteenth century to the present, with a special emphasis on questions about self-fashioning, cultural memory, gender ide…
 
It’s a great time to catch up on all things Pen Addict, including an update to our Kickstarter campaign, new product releases, old product repairs, and one very interesting fish. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Hullo: A simple, natural pillow designed for comfort. Try it for 60 days. Kenro Industries: Announcing their new partnershi…
 
Linda chats with Lindsey Grossman and Kristi McMillian of the Asheville Art Museum. Lindsey and Kristi discuss the current and upcoming exhibitions, their favorite exhibitions, how artists can apply for an opportunity to display their work at the museum and the work involved from securing exhibitions to hanging exhibitions. Here your chance to lear…
 
Episode No. 436 features artist Ebony G. Patterson and art historian Shaina Larrivee. The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University is showing "Ebony G. Patterson... while the dew is still on the roses...", a survey of work Patterson has made over the last decade. The exhibition originated at the Perez Art Museum Miami, and was curated by Tobias Ostr…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Kelly Schnorr. She is an artist and educator based in the San Diego area where she teaches ceramics at Coronado High School. We talk about time management, effective teaching methods for high school age students, and how to design a studio that can cycle through over one hund…
 
Following up on a wonderful episode 400, Brad and Myke have even more topics to discuss that get you up to speed on the history of the podcast. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code PENADDICT at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top o…
 
Sign up for the newsletter Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium About this Episode Nolan Pelletier (Web; IG) is an illustrator and designer based in Toronto Canada. Nolan's deep love for collecting antiques, art and printed ephemera influences his work very deeply. Over the years he has developed a unique style and voice combining his love of ink…
 
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