Best Artanddesign podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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Be Your Own Heroine
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Our podcast is a conversation with you. We share authentic stories with real women, helping you to feel a sense of connection and more power in every aspect of your life. We’ll be sharing useful tips, life hacks, tools and strategies to help us to evolve consciously and collectively, helping you to Be Your Own Heroine. We are stronger together.
 
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It's been two months since Tom joined a boxing gym, and Pat has some questions. We hear a story about a neighborhood bad boy, and Tom's Saturday being ruined by Damien Hirst. Pat has a weekend that was so perfect, he's wondering when it will all come crashing down, and Tom sheds light on the pillow and mattress "DO NOT REMOVE UNDER PENALTY OF L ...…
 
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Gaming and BS RPG Podcast
 
Michael Parker asked us about Play by Post rpg’ing, so we figured we’d dig into this a bit and see what thoughts, ideas, and/or advice we have around it. Announcements Evercon – Submissions and Pre-Reg Open! Looks like Alex Kamer is going to attend to run some games for us! Be great to get some BS’ers out there to run and hang out Avalon KS pro ...…
 
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Gaming and BS RPG Podcast | Tabletop Roleplaying Game Tips and Advice for Game Masters and Players
 
Michael Parker asked us about Play by Post rpg’ing, so we figured we’d dig into this a bit and see what thoughts, ideas, and/or advice we have around it. Announcements Evercon – Submissions and Pre-Reg Open! Looks like Alex Kamer is going to attend to run some games for us! Be great to get some BS’ers out there to run and hang out Avalon KS pro ...…
 
Our very first episode! Carey and Marie, your hosts, jump feet first into a magical Chicago full of friendship, yarn, serendipity and queer subtext. How much did we all love knitting? Is Chicago just that magical? And what are the parents of the Chicks with Sticks getting up to during the Sacred Sisterhood Sleepovers? All this and more in Episo ...…
 
Sir Rummy has a chat with Matty C and Chris T about his participation in Wild Australia for the Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival and the issues that he will be discussing on DAHOT International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. In a laughter-filled interview, Zaachariaha Fielding and Michael Ross of Electric Fields speak ab ...…
 
Sir Rummy has a chat with Matty C and Chris T about his participation in Wild Australia for the Yirramboi First Nations Arts Festival and the issues that he will be discussing on DAHOT International […] http://media.rawvoice.com/joy_urbandreaming/p/joy.org.au/urbandreaming/wp-content/uploads/sites/336/2017/08/UD160517.mp3 Podcast: Play in new w ...…
 
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Criterion On The Couch
 
In episode #6 we discuss Wes Anderson's comedic drama The Royal Tenenbaums. With a star studded cast, this detailed world delves in the dysfunctional lives of the Tenenbaum family. Starring Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Ben Stiller, Gwyneth Paltrow, Luke Wilson, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Danny Glover. SHOWNOTES The Royal Tenenbaums - Criter ...…
 
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Good Point Podcast
 
This week is all about scale. Rafael believes given twitter’s flat growth they should just give up and become a telegram utility and Jeremy argues artists should diversify to succeed like Get Out producer Jason Blum. The longest freshwater beach in the world https://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowUserReviews-g316030-d2233507-r157495758-Wasaga_Beach_Pro ...…
 
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The Frontline Club
 
Giles Duley is a trustee of Emergency UK and an eminent war photographer who will be coming to the Frontline Club to present his most recent photographs from Iraq.The evening will showcase Duley’s photographs from Erbil, where Emergency UK has set up a surgical centre. Giles will be joined by one of Emergency’s doctors – Dr Jasmine Armour-Marsh ...…
 
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A Small Voice Podcast
 
© Robin Maddock English photographer Robin Maddock is probably best known for his personal approach to documentary photography, looking at different places and the states of mind of people that inhabit them. His first two photography books were about aspects of England. Our kids Are Going to Hell (2009) is a portrait of the social interactions ...…
 
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A Small Voice Podcast
 
© Robin Maddock English photographer Robin Maddock is probably best known for his personal approach to documentary photography, looking at different places and the states of mind of people that inhabit them. His first two photography books were about aspects of England. Our kids Are Going to Hell (2009) is a portrait of the social interactions ...…
 
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The Blackadder Podcast
 
Potato was the third episode of Blackadder II and features an epic voyage of discovery, a remarkable historical figure and a unique, if somewhat eccentric, captain. In this podcast Gerry and Iain take a look at fine wine from distant shores and other such riches. Only two actors besides the series regulars appeared in this episode. Simon Jones ...…
 
This week, we discuss what happens when the results of a project just don’t seem to match the effort we put into making it. Is “giving your best shot” really good enough? Also, a follow up on a previous discussion on how certain places seem to enable or at least play a part in what we make in them. Wolfgang Suschitzky is our Photographer of the ...…
 
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Good Point Podcast
 
This week we tackle appropriation, or as Rafael calls it, bullying. Everyone loves a fight.Sunday shopping in Norway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunday_shopping#NorwayAstrup Fearnley Museum http://afmuseet.no/After Walker Evans, Sherry Levine http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/267214Richard Prince, Instagram controversy https://ww ...…
 
Download: 41 MB Subscribe: RSS | SoundCloud | iTunes What’s the difference between a prerecorded birdsong and a real one? 3D sound aims to bring audio technology even closer to “real life”. Today, our researcher Lauren is joined by Dougie Brown from Cassini Sound, and regular Restart volunteer Ben Skidmore. The beginnings of 3D sound technologi ...…
 
Panel at Flowers Gallery stand featuring images from Michael Wolf's project Tokyo Compression. This years field report from the annual Photo London festival, featuring a personal, chaotic and non-comprehensive selection of chats, discussions, soundbites and random witterings. Episode 054, features: Philip Ebelling David Hurn Jane Hilton Daniel ...…
 
Panel at Flowers Gallery stand featuring images from Michael Wolf's project Tokyo Compression. This years field report from the annual Photo London festival, featuring a personal, chaotic and non-comprehensive selection of chats, discussions, soundbites and random witterings. Episode 054, features: Philip Ebelling David Hurn Jane Hilton Daniel ...…
 
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On Taking Pictures
 
This week, a brief discussion around depression after the tragic loss of Chris Cornell leads us into a discussion of Basquiat and the recent sale that put him at the top of the heap of American artists (at least in terms of dollars paid for a single piece). Also, do your tools or creative spaces imbue you with superpowers? Should we expect them ...…
 
via Artify With this installment, we’ll begin a series exploring one of the most famous historical mysteries, one which gripped all of Europe with speculation and obsession for years and even today brings new fascination and astonishment to those who discover it. The story involves a mysterious character of unknown origins, suspicions of dynast ...…
 
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The C Word (MP3 Feed)
 
Today we’re talking about how we portray ourselves and how conservators are perceived: in both the media and in fiction. Kloe and Jenny have another natter about the app Articheck, and Christina reviews the book ‘The Public Face of Conservation.’ 00:35 News time! 05:13 Popular culture, language use, and how we communicate 14:18 When people thin ...…
 
In which we discuss, 1. "The Debutante" by Leonora Carrington, anthologized in What Did Miss Darrington See, (originally published in 1936). 2. "An Unborn Visitant" by Vita Sackville-West, anthologized in What Did Miss Darrington See, (originally published in 1932). Along with, among other things... Leonora Carrington Nazis, nannies, and hair o ...…
 
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History Honeys
 
The Space Race was contested by governments and scientists, but the first explorers were a cadre of stray dogs from the streets of Moscow. These dogs sit at the intersection of mid-century optimism, political posturing, and questionable ethics. Links! A Chapter on Laika's pop culture memorySoviet Space Dogs, a book of merchandise and tributes t ...…
 
Over the centuries, there have been numerous examples of fine artists creating works of art that deliberately work with and within contemporaneous medical thought, portraying people with particular ailments or diseases. But what about if we turn that concept around a little bit? What happens when those in the medical field turn to paintings or ...…
 
In this episode of the Red Eye Report, we lay down some Performance Art. What is performance art again? We give you our take on Adam Sandler's 2015 masterpiece, Pixels, and finally we get you the hookup on that drive thru weed.Introduction and Main Conversation (20 minutes): Performance ArtMistic: What is Performance Art? https://en.wikipedia.o ...…
 
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MATE: Marketing, Advertising, Technology and Entrepreneurship
 
Minter Dial is a controversial marketing consultant with unique perspectives on digital transformation, as well as building brands through employees. Listen in to hear his argument as to why your employees are more important than your customers, and how to succeed in this new age of heightened customer expectations. Minter also tells us about a ...…
 
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Ffoton Interviews / Cyfweliadau - ffoton
 
JILL FURMANOVSKY IN CONVERSATION WITH EMYR YOUNG ABERYSTWYTH, CEREDIGION, OCTOBER 2016 JILL FURMANOVSKY YN SGWRSIO GYDAG EMYR YOUNG ABERYSTWYTH, CEREDIGION, HYDREF 2016 Jill Furmanovsky speaking at the 2016 EYE International Photography Festival Jill Furmanovsky in conversation with Eamonn McCabe Jill Furmanovsky has been a professional photogr ...…
 
The second of four episodes in our series about Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects. Tim and Joe review and critique the media responses to Patrik’s controversial presentation about housing at the World Architecture Festival in November 2016. Two of these articles, by the Guardian’s Oliver Wainwright and architectural writer Ph ...…
 
This is the first in a series of four episodes about Patrik Schumacher, Director of Zaha Hadid Architects, one of the world’s premier architecture firms. Patrik is also an author, professor, lecturer, and architectural theorist. In November 2016, Patrik gave a presentation at the World Architecture Festival promoting libertarian and even anarch ...…
 
This week, prompted by a listener email, we talk about taking “those” photos that have been taken a million times before and why you should or shouldn't take your version. Also, a discussion around being open to the process and giving yourself permission to play, regardless of whether or not all the pieces are in place. Paul Outerbridge is our ...…
 
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Podcast - What Makes...
 
In our podcast this week we played a recording of Jeff Buckley singing Purcell's "Dido's Lament" from the opera Dido and Aeneas. He originally performed this aria at Elvis Costello’s Meltdown Festival, July 1st 1995. It hasn't been released on any of Jeff Buckley's albums, but I first heard it on YouTube. Philip Sheppard was the cellist who pla ...…
 
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On Taking Pictures
 
This week, a discussion around the historic worldwide Women’s March on Washington has us wondering “are we so used to things ‘being Photoshopped’ that we ignore actual photographic evidence?” Also, Jeffery gets a faux secret service detail. Plus, getting “the shot” in three minutes — what do you do if you didn’t get it? Has Fuji gotten the feel ...…
 
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Podcast | Radio Free Deimos
 
E8 – A Midnight Exceptionally Clear (recorded 12/19/16) Deimos is for families! There’s a Christmas ice skating party and sing-along on Lake Voltaire this weekend. Skating on frozen carbon dioxide is…breathtaking. So is the sing-along. This week we dip into holidays, counterculture, festivals, and a wide, rambling arch of other topics, with gue ...…
 
Comedian Scott Heierman came out to his family as a drag queen on national TV. Photos: David Quintanilla. Not all drag queens are clowns in ball gowns, some are just goofy. Our guest today got her start as a theme park mascot while working at Disneyland as Goofy then went on to become the queen of the judges’ hearts on America’s Got Talent. Tod ...…
 
Comedian Scott Heierman came out to his family as a drag queen on national TV. Photos: David Quintanilla. Not all drag queens are clowns in ball gowns, some are just goofy. Our guest today got her start as a theme park mascot while working at Disneyland as Goofy then went on to become the queen of the judges’ hearts on America’s Got Talent. Tod ...…
 
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