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From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. Hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
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.
 
It remains the most valuable — and confounding — art heist in history: 13 artworks stolen from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Twenty-eight years later, not a single piece in a haul worth half a billion dollars has surfaced. The art, and the thieves who made off with it, remain at large. With first-ever interviews, unprecedented access, and more than a year of investigative reporting, "Last Seen" takes us into the biggest unsolved art heist in history. A joint production from WBUR ...
 
Art, history, and contemporary culture with a girls’ eye view. Brought to you by Girl Museum, the first and only museum in the world dedicated to celebrating girls and girlhood. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlspeak/support
 
The ArtTactic Podcast, the leading podcast on the art market, covers a wide range of topics from art investment to general topics about the global art market industry. Each episode features an in-depth interview with a key art market figure.
 
Welcome to The Lonely Palette, the podcast that returns art history to the masses, one painting at a time. Each episode, host Tamar Avishai picks a painting du jour, interviews unsuspecting museum visitors in front of it, and then dives deeply into the object, the movement, the social context, and anything and everything else that will make it as neat to you as it is to her. For more information, visit thelonelypalette.com | Twitter @lonelypalette | Instagram @thelonelypalette.
 
From big cities to small towns, museums are everywhere. From natural history to art and everything in between, museums speak to different interests and backgrounds. Now peek behind the curtain and learn more about the museum world. Welcome to The M Files! Listen in as three museum professionals share and discuss professional topics and news impacting the museum world, along with interviews from museum colleagues from across the United States.
 
The National Museum of Australia's audio series explores Australia's social history: Indigenous people, their cultures and histories, the nation's history since 1788, and the interaction of Australians with the land and environment. The series includes talks by curators, conservators, historians, environmental scientists and other specialists.
 
The curators at the University of Oxford's Ashmolean Museum have been recording bite-sized tales of the wonderful, and sometimes unexpected, life of a museum. We can’t wait to share them with you! Join us every weekday for 3 weeks, from 28 December onwards, for a daily dose of cheer. Museum Secrets is produced and presented by Lucie Dawkins.
 
Raw Material is an arts and culture podcast from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). Each season focuses on a different topic, featuring voices of artists working in all media and exploring the inspiration and stories behind modern and contemporary art.
 
Art Unbound showcases Portland’s creative community, shining a light on the city’s artists, filmmakers, musicians, and new media pioneers, as well as the partners who champion art and artists of all kinds. Episodes feature conversations between Portland-based creatives, bite-sized stories told by the artists about the objects that inspire them, and a series of episodes exploring the Portland Art Museum’s ongoing collaborations with institutions around the world.
 
Oh, you want to know how to taxidermy a caterpillar? Same. Desperate to know about Bruce Springsteen’s archive? Sure. Need to know what a World Cultures Curator orders at a takeaway? Probably not, but you’re going to find out anyway.This is Museums n’That, a podcast by Leeds Museums & Galleries. Museums attract passionate people like moths to a flame and this podcast gets to the very heart of the things that make them tick, by asking the questions you actually want to know.In this first seri ...
 
A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
 
I am Gaia Orion, I am an artist and this podcast discusses art for a peaceful and flourishing world. In the past writers, musicians, artists and philosophers congregated in cafés in Paris, New York and London to meet and discuss new ideas. Together they created culture.Today we don't limit our circles to local cafés. A relatively new technology makes our world much bigger and allows us to connect with people who specifically understand us from all over the world. I am hoping to connect furth ...
 
NHM Dialogues is a “behind the scenes” look at the conversations and controversies that inspire, complicate, and create the National Hellenic Museum’s work. With topics from Greek Holidays to Classical Mythology, come join us for more casual conversations with NHM Resident Scholar Dr. Katherine Kelaidis & Manager of Special Events Cairo Dye and the occasionally a special guest, these are the conversations we have behind closed doors while we plan for NHM’s videos, special exhibitions, and mo ...
 
Season 1 is about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. Season 2 tackles other angles of art crime. We chat w/ owners of an antique store who found a famous stolen painting, we discuss a stolen da Vinci with Turbo, and we dig ...
 
Comedian, podcaster and super-fan Iszi Lawrence (The Z List Dead List) presents snippets from the exclusive programme of Members’ lectures at the British Museum, artfully woven together with interviews and musings. The Membercast is a monthly podcast made available to ‘all studious and curious persons’, but we will definitely encourage you to become a Member if you aren’t already! Interested in becoming a Member? You can find out more at britishmuseum.org/membership. Direct your questions ab ...
 
Home to a rich collection of more than 30,000 works of art, and just as many stories, the Milwaukee Art Museum is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Whether we're focusing on works in the Collection, traveling exhibitions, or the history of the institution, we're ready to tell them. For more information about the Museum, the art, or the behind the scenes, visit mam.org.
 
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, presents “ARTMinded," a podcast produced by the Museum that offers new perspectives on the works in the Museum's permanent collection and special exhibitions. Each episode will provide unusual viewpoints that enhance and sometimes even challenge our customary engagement with artworks.
 
Design is Everywhere features stories of people and organizations using design to make an impact and change the world. Hosts Sam Aquillano and Liz Pawlak discuss topics with guests across the Design Museum’s 12 Impact Areas: Vibrant Cities, Healthcare, Social Impact, Workplace Innovation, Play, Sustainability, Education, Data Visualization, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Business, and Civic Innovation.
 
Since 2017. Under The Puppet is a monthly show that talks to working puppeteers about the art and business of puppetry. Guests will include puppeteers from The Muppets, Sesame Street, The Jim Henson Company and more. The show also covers other forms of puppetry such as marionettes, shadow puppetry and Bunraku . Hosted by puppeteer Grant Baciocco (The Jim Henson Company, Mystery Science Theatre 3000).
 
Daniel Milnor is currently “Creative Evangelist” for Blurb, Inc. the world’s premiere print-on-demand publisher. He splits his time between the smog-choked arteries of Southern California and the spiritual landscape of New Mexico. Milnor is a former newspaper, magazine and commercial photographer who now works primarily on long-term projects. His work has taken him from the rural corners of the United States to Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. He has taught at Art Center College of De ...
 
Located at 600 Museum Way in Bentonville, Arkansas is Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. In this new podcast series, we’re sharing all the ins-and-outs of the museum, from the galleries to the trails, the architecture and more—you’ll learn the museum way of Crystal Bridges.
 
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A bonus episode of the new Art Fund podcast, Art and Stuff. Join Ben Miller as he explores the history of one of the grandest objects of furniture in the land, the Great Bed of Ware, part of the collection at the V&A in London. Made in the 16th century, it has been host to thousands of somnolent occupants over the years. Ben hears more about its fa…
 
Happy New Year! We're kicking off 2021 with a new episode of "The M Files." Listen in as John, Patti, Val pull another topic out of the magic hat for the "Museum Wire." Later in the program we interview our friend Casey Seger. Casey is the museum registrar at the Great Plains Art Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska. Besides sharing his insights on the muse…
 
Choreographer Jonzi D has created a new work for Dancing Nation, the all-day digital festival of dance which is streamed on BBC iPlayer this Thursday. Jonzi discusses the state of Black dance with Pawlet Brookes, who runs Serendipity in Leicester and has edited the collection of essays My Voice, My Practice: Black Dance.In the light of the announce…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_759_Caroline_Kent.mp3 download We are back. The audio team needed a little time to recover from a blisteringly hard 2020 but here we kicking it off strong! Hello 2021! This episode kicks off a miniseries of artist interviews from LatinXAmerican at the DePaul Art Museum. Duncan and Brian ch…
 
During World War II, a Nazi collbatoring regime governed the south of France, and the city of Toulouse was a Resistance hub. The Vichy Government promoted anti-Semitism and collaborated with the Nazis, most specifically by deporting Jews to concentration and extermination camps. Fragmented Resistance fighters organized to form escape networks and b…
 
As I go through my studio in preparation for life on the road, many interesting (and random) things come to mind. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creati…
 
HT0691 - Rentable Artwork When I lived in Portland, my local library had artwork in frames that you could check out, like a library book, and use in your home for a period of a few weeks. I always thought this was a neat idea. It seems particularly appropriate for photography because, should anything unfortunate happened to the artwork, it is so ea…
 
HT0690 - Numeric Motivation In looking back on my photographic life, I realize that my most productive projects have almost always been tied to some numeric count. It started with the 100 Prints Project in 1988, then the New 100 Prints Project, and those of you who are observant have noticed that these Here's a thought videos are numbered, as well …
 
Theme: Beginning AgainArtwork: Temple Banner (Bilampau) Depicting Prince Virakusha's Legend, Nepal; Dated 1864, Pigments on cloth [http://therubin.org/30-];Teacher: Tracy CochranThe Rubin Museum presents a weekly meditation session led by a prominent meditation teacher from the New York area, with each session focusing on a specific work of art. Du…
 
The White Tiger is a new Netflix film based on Aravind Adiga’s 2008 Booker Prize-winning novel, directed by Ramin Bahrani. It explores Indian society and how hard it can be to climb the social ladder, as Balram, played by Adarsh Gourav, struggles to advance even when he has found rich employers. For our Friday review, writer Abir Mukherjee and film…
 
It's going down in Washington right now but I'm inside, holed up, and belting it out. What is it? Not sure yet. Will keep you posted when I figure it out. Let's talk parachute pants, sedition, and phone calls that might get any of us impeached. Upcoming MMA fights, social media strategy, and the idea of tune in, turn on, and drop off if you really …
 
Between 2018–2019, the Norton Simon Museum collaborated with the Department of Paintings Conservation at the J. Paul Getty Museum to clean and conserve the Simon’s three paintings by Édouard Manet.In this video, Chief Curator Emily Talbot interviews Laura Rivers, Associate Conservator at the J. Paul Getty Museum, who worked on Still Life with Fish …
 
HT0689 - The First Level of Organization There's probably 10,000 schemes we could use to organize our digital files, but I have often thought the first level of organization is the most critical. I organized mine by location rather than by date or subject. I'm more likely to remember the location than I am the date.…
 
This week: as Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are sworn in as the president and vice president of the United States, what might their administration do for the visual arts? We talk to Jori Finkel, a contributor to The Art Newspaper and New York Times, among others, based in Los Angeles. We explore an extraordinary story linking QAnon, the far-right con…
 
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Rachel Bers, director of the grant making program at The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. First, Rachel shares the history of the foundation and the motivation for Andy Warhol founding it upon his death. Then, she explains the different types of grants the foundation gives to arts organiza…
 
Episode No. 481 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Michael Rakowitz and curator Julie Aronson. Rakowitz is the winner of the 2020 Nasher Prize, given by the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. The Nasher is showing an exhibition of Rakowitz's work through April 18. It includes work from Rakowitz's series The invisible enemy should not e…
 
After weeks of speculation, we heard today that the 2021 Glastonbury festival is to be cancelled amidst uncertainly due to Covid. Tom talks to the Chairman of the Department of Culture Media and Sport parliamentary select committee, the Conservative MP Julian Knight, who today issued a strong statement condemning the government for not stepping in …
 
In his 1971 book, A Theory of Justice, John Rawls argued that just societies should allow everyone to enjoy basic liberties while limiting inequality and improving the lives of the least well off. He argued that "the fairest rules are those to which everyone would agree if they did not know how much power they would have". Anne McElvoy discusses ho…
 
What is the importance of sustainable design materials in the workplace? During Design Museum Everywhere’s Workplace Innovation Summit in December, Sam chatted with Nicole Schmidt, the CEO at Source, the world’s largest commercial construction product database. Nicole discusses how she uses her design background to lead her efforts at Source and th…
 
Singers Roderick Williams and David Webb discuss Schubert’s celebrated 1827 song-cycle Winterreise, about a man dealing with rejection and loneliness who journeys through the winter snow. Roderick has recorded a new CD of Winterreise and David is about to perform it at the Wigmore Hall in London, having cycled 500 miles to raise money for mental he…
 
Eddie Glaude Jr and Nadia Owusu compare notes on the relevance of James Baldwin's writing to understanding Donald Trump's America. Michael Burleigh gives his take on populism.Eddie S Glaude Jr has just published Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and its Urgent Lessons for Today. His previous books include Democracy in Black: How Race Still Ensla…
 
HT0687 - Learning Outside Photography I would bet a considerable amount that in the last 30 to 60 days you have learned something new about the technical aspects of photography. Maybe you've picked up a new software technique, or maybe some new printing technique. Terrific. What have you learned in the last 60 days about life, about the process of …
 
Who do you think of when I say “First American Girls”? Is it the founding mothers like Abigail Adams and Martha Washington? They’re too old...and too far ahead in the American story. Is it the girls of Salem, Massachusetts, or the Pilgrim girls who came from England? Right age this time...but still a bit too late in the story. In fact, our story go…
 
John is joined by composer, vocalist, violinist and producer Caroline Shaw – the youngest ever winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music, winner of a Grammy in 2018 for her album Orange with Attaca Quartet. Caroline Shaw talks about her new album Narrow Sea featuring soprano Dawn Upshaw, Sō Percussion ensemble and the pianist Gilbert Kalish, as well a…
 
Harlots - the TV series about 18th century female sex workers - and translating historical fact into onscreen drama. Shahidha Bari is joined by Hallie Rubenhold, Moira Buffini, and Laura Lammasniemi in a conversation organised in partnership with the Royal Society of Literature.Harlots depicts the stories of working women detailed in 1757 in Harris…
 
HT0686 - Limits We have huge memory cards, burst modes, and more megapixels than we probably need. It seems as though our capabilities are limitless. But it might be useful, just as an exercise, to try to work within some tighter constraints. What can you do in a print that is only five by five inches? What can you do if you only have five exposure…
 
In Part 2 of our 2020 Year in Review, we talk to old friend of the show, Chris Ayers, our resident film and TV specialist, about the year in screen-based entertainment. Part 3 with Grace Chipperfield coming soon! Find Chris' amazing Wallace-related and design work here: Poor Yorick - https://pooryorickentertainment.tumblr.com/ Professional - http:/…
 
In episode 5 of season 3, Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna talk with Cheyna Roth about the Gardner heist and her new book. Order Cheyna's book Cold Cases, which has a chapter on the Gardner: https://smile.amazon.com/Cold-Cases-Collection-Unidentified-Kidnappings/dp/1646040341/ And follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Cheyna_R Check out Stitc…
 
Anne talks about her experiences makkin mindfully and felting a Cindy Pilon pattern knit with Mauch Chunky before offering a slew of book reviews for those looking for a way to spend their holiday gift cards. Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you download episodes of the show.…
 
English rapper, songwriter and actor Ashley Walters has now turned his hand to directing with a short film called BOYS. Shot in London it follows Noah, who – whilst trying to fulfil a request from his brother who’s in prison – has to decide which way he wants his own life to turn out.To lift our spirits in difficult times Front Row brings you Momen…
 
Do you have artwork (either your own or someone else's) stuffed away in boxes somewhere? How can you strategically pull this work out so that you may enjoy it? You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if y…
 
Theme: RenewalArtwork: Kurukulla; Central Tibet; 1800–1899; ground mineral pigment, fine gold line, red background on cotton; Rubin Museum of Art; http://therubin.org/30zTeacher: Sharon SalzbergThe Rubin Museum presents a weekly online meditation session led by a prominent meditation teacher from the New York area, with each session focusing on a s…
 
What will happen with music festivals this year? For Front Row, DJ Emily Dust talks to some of those involved.Keeley Hawes is one of the most in-demand British actors for TV and film, with exceptional performances in a wide variety of roles. Coming soon for UK viewers there’ll be ITV’s dark comedy Finding Alice; To Olivia – a film about Roald Dahl’…
 
Katie & Cairo focus on men & masculinity in Greek Mythology in the second of a two part episode on gender in mythology. Enjoying NHM Dialogues? Check out the other ways to engage with NHM below! NHM YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NatlHellenicMuseum NHM Online Exhibitions: https://nhmdigitalexhibitions.omeka.net/exhibits NHM's Online Collecti…
 
History museums often preserve and interpret the stories of areas, people, or specific events. Our guest this week on The M Files leads an institution describing a little known movement in American history, the orphan trains. Shaley George has led the National Orphan Train Complex for over six years. Her institution shares the stories of thousands …
 
This week, we look at white supremacist art in the Capitol in Washington and discuss the legacy of Hannah Arendt. Plus, we look at a record-breaking auction sale of a Batman comic. Sarah Beetham, chair of liberal arts and assistant professor of art history at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, discusses the statue of the Confederate General…
 
Episode No. 480 features artists Jill Mulleady and Umar Rashid. Mulleady and Rashid are included in "Made in L.A. 2020: A Vision" the Hammer Museum's biennial that has been installed -- but is not yet on public view because of the pandemic -- at the Hammer and The Huntington Library. The exhibition was scheduled to open last year; its opening date …
 
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