Best Atelier podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Hello Atelier
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Hello Atelier explores what it means to be a working artist. We take you into to the studios of designers of all different mediums to learn about their inspiration, their design process and the personal stories behind their art.
 
An anime podcast hosted by a group of anime bloggers. Once a month, we get together with a guest to throw around big ideas, thoughtful analysis, and a bit of humor about a variety of topics related to anime. If we talk about a specific show in an episode, we'll likely spoil the heck out of it—so be prepared. And that's about all you need to know! Jump into the barrel and discover the anime atelier inside!
 
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ATELIER : THE IDEAL ENVIRONMENT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED.
 
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In The Atelier
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In The Atelier gives an intimate look at how designers and creative entrepreneurs have turned their experience into gold, while doing what they love. You will learn how to do the same with our bi-weekly episodes presented by Casting de Khrysopoeia, a full-service boutique jewelry manufacturing facility and design house located in Detroit, MI.
 
Plunge into the powerful world of colors.Allow yourself to be inspired and fascinated by paintings.
 
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Before settling down as an artist, Momoko Usami wanted to widen her experience, so she decided to move from her native Japan to America. After a number of stops she has landed in the Missouri countryside. Here, wide open spaces allow her imagination to take hold and present itself as beautifully crafted ceramics that straddle the line between f ...…
 
Artist Kathy Liao paints from a distance. Or, she paints her subjects from a distance. Kathy’s family is spread about the globe, but she keeps them near with her paintings that portray her memories: Her mom watching TV, her grandmother in the kitchen, all recreated through a haze of color and collage. Listen in as we talk to Kathy about how her ...…
 
Sisters Michelle and Angie Dreher of Two Tone Press create bright, textural letterpress prints and founded the community print shop, Print League KC. Listen in as we talk about how to get over workplace disagreements, the joy of getting your hands dirty, and how they have incorporated Lego into their business.…
 
Artist Glyneisha Johnson uses collage art as a way to represent the "dislocated, collaged nature of Black history due to colonialism." Much of her work comprises of domestic spaces, bright, colorful images that invite you to sit and visit on the front porch. In this episode of Hello Atelier, we discuss the teachers who have been influential in ...…
 
Designer Luke Haynes creates quilts in an effort to start conversations. Whether it is a take on a traditional pattern or an innovative portrait quilt, Luke approaches each design as the start of a new dialogue. Join us in Luke's studio as we talk about success, travel, and how he approaches quilt design through his training as an architect.…
 
Gerringong based sculptore and painter Brigita Hammel was born in Czechoslovakia where she studied the most prestigious ceramic art school in Bechyne and we even have a friend in common! It's a small world. When working in Prague Brigita fell in love with her Australian husband and did the bold move to Australia with baby and little English. Ve ...…
 
Jillian Youngbird is an artist of many colors: sculptor, illustrator, textile artist, quilter. But whatever form her art takes, her artistic style manifests itself in an earthy quality that is directly tied to the nature that surrounds her. Listen in as we talk about her childhood in the Ozarks, sustainability in art, and her experience at the ...…
 
I had the honor of talking to Darwin-based artist Joshua Bonson, the winner of the Togart Contemporary Art Award, an annual prize recognising Northern Territory art as well as the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award (NATSIAA).Joshua has been involved in various art organisations within the local community including ...…
 
I was so excited about interview with Dimitri Weber to discuss the story behind his Goldfield & Banks luxury perfume house for the curious explorer! My curiosity sparked when I came across an ad in the South Coast Style Magazine for perfume inspired by the South Coast and the sea spray and I thought to myslef " what a brilliant idea". Listenig ...…
 
Evie Englezos is a printer turned potter who imbues her art with tangled tales of mythology. She is also a modern-day Snow White and devotes much of her time to wild bird rehabbing. In this episode we discuss how the struggles of nature, death and destruction find their way into Evie's pottery design. We also discuss how she made the decision t ...…
 
Jane Gerrish is a Sydney based artist specialising in beautifully intimate pencil drawings and still lives. I've discovered Jane's work in Bungendore on Mother's day in one of the galleries while looking for a warm cafe in the freezing cold and felt instantly captivated by the depth and sweetness of her work. It was delightful to follow the dis ...…
 
Welcome to another episode with Matthew Patti back in the studio to discuss the importance of standing alone in the crowd, standing out and deciding to be yourself. As basic this concept sounds we all know how hard and confranting being different maight be!Are you standing alone and standing for something?If not tune in and get inspired to step ...…
 
VISION, WHY In this episode we are discussig with Matthew Patti the importance of vison you have for your project or business and knowing your why, because the clarity will determin how fast and efficiently you'll get to your goals. There is so much to this particular part of creative process and should be considered before movig to the next st ...…
 
Gunter is an amazing artist living an hour from the Capital of Australia in his beautiful large red studio and whimsical sculpted garden where art is on every step. I have interviewed Gunter in 2017 about his story of a great passion and love for his art and his humble beginnigs of coming to Australia as a chef. Gunter is the proof that you can ...…
 
Welcome to the interview with Hollie B from Institute for Self Crafting. Hollie is a dear friend of mine and talking to her is always a pleasure. This interview was recorded in the caravan Montessori class room for her homeschooling a totally amazing small version of a Montessori classroom! Well this should give you an idea what an amazing huma ...…
 
Welcome, in this episode we have discussed the importance of purpose and the two sides - the altruistic and selfish. There is much talk on the internet about purpose where everyone brings their own flavour but perrsonally I find the altruistic & selfish formula most attractive. What I've really enjoyed in our conversation with Matthew was the r ...…
 
Welcome to the interview with Hollie B from Institute for Self Crafting. Hollie is a dear friend of mine and talking to her is always a pleasure. This interview was recorded in the caravan Montessori class room for her homeschooling a totally amazing small version of a Montessori classroom! Well this should give you an idea what an amazing huma ...…
 
Here is an interview with my first artist Tony Steel a Canberra based sculptor on creativity, travel, life and how to maintain the balance in the marathon a creative’s life.Tony’s work is to be found all over Canberra now in places of cultural and historical significance like Bushfire memorial and meeting place with an aboriginal significance.I ...…
 
Lizzy was determined from a young age to be a fabric designer, a goal she realized before she was even out of college. Her career brought her more than a creative outlet - through her work as a quilting instructor she has traveled the globe, encouraging confidence and creativity through sewing. In this episode we talk about determination, what ...…
 
I've caught up with Matthew Patti the creator and founder at the Practitioner Leadership Academy to take you you on the journey from birth of an idea to execution and financial reward as a creative enterpreneur. This episode covers Ideas and how the importance of treating them as a fragile creations. We've discussed where ideas come from, why s ...…
 
Welcome to another episode of Atelier TV this time with Matthew Towner a Byron Bay based travel writer, adventurer and life lover. Matthew was introduced to me by a mutual friend and I feel very grateful to have a little window into his life story and what lights him up. Matt's story is full of wonderlust, travelling, gem smuggling and a bike a ...…
 
Welcome to another episode of ABC for Creatives this time with Alan Stevens an International Profiler and Communication Specialist on discussing tips and strategies for personal and working life. Alan has a vast experinces with individuals, companies, police force and lately schools working with teachers on how to read their students better and ...…
 
This week I've caught up with Kerrie Atherton trauma and addictions recovery counsellor, founder of Stories of Hope to discuss the roots of addictive behavior, alcohol consumption and its role to help with social acceptance. I've interviewed Kerrie last year for my Life Rocks podcast where we talked about her own incredible life story of overco ...…
 
Welcome! In this episode we are concentrating on the challenges of being a young photographer in a very competetive industry Sydney, Australia. Natasje is a vibrant youg woman who kindly shares her journey of navigating through the jungle and conecting with like-minded creatives around the world and building her own tribe.…
 
Introducing Corrina Tough, a photographer who moved from Australia to live in picturesque France. I've been following Corrina for a while on social media so when she contacted me for an interview I was really excited. When you visit Corrina's page and Instagram prepare yourselves for out of this world beauty and charm of France, celebrating lif ...…
 
One of the biggest obstacles to cultivating the TRUE YOU, is living in the wake of continual manipulation and control. When we find we are the victims of consistent manipulation or control we may recognize that our personal identity pays the price for enabling unhealthy relationships. These three strategic steps will allow you to gain margin an ...…
 
Where did your expectations come from? Ideas? Comparison? Your hopes and dreams? Or were your expectations formed from patterns around you? This podcast addresses the origins of our expectations and the outcomes. Inevitably our expectations can lead to disappointment. In order to avoid that, we can manage our expectations of ourselves, others a ...…
 
Ralph Waldo Emerson was quoted as saying, "All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better." Could building up a tolerance to failure be the missing element in our experiment called life? If so, how many dreams, plans and ideas are frozen by our fear of failure? In this podcast, we address the need to remove the personal rej ...…
 
We have some ideas about what our ideal mentor should look like. I'd like to challenge those ideas with some new perspectives about what a mentor is truly given to provide. How many great mentors are passed over simply because we have the wrong wish list? Ultimately, we lose when we don't connect with the right qualities in a mentorship relatio ...…
 
Relationships can offer a reflection from which we grow and learn. How to give and receive feedback is a crucial skill in self and dream development. We can close ourselves off to the reflection of relationships that so beautifully prepare us for the future. This podcast offers practical tools for giving and receiving feedback and keeping an op ...…
 
Don’t follow your heart, DIRECT your life by pursuing the easy steps in this acronym. Who wants to live at the mercy of ever changing emotions and fleeting feelings? Not me. I want my feelings to follow what I value. Since our heart naturally shadows our investment, we can get our heart in the right place simply by choosing to invest in what wi ...…
 
I hate competition but I have come to learn from my experiences with a competitive spirit. In this episode I share a personal experience where I got my feathers ruffled from competition I didn't see coming. Along with my story I give you clues that someone may see you as their "competition" and how to recognize it and shut it down. If we aren't ...…
 
Episode 001 In Conversation with ANTONIO CANNIZZO In our first episode of In The Atelier, our founder Karissma Yve chats with the talented jewelry designer based Italy about his experience being a designer and businessman. They also discuss why he's chosen to outsource production for some of his jewelry from Italy to Detroit while working with ...…
 
Could you be your own worst enemy? If you constantly do things to betray your own goals, you need to know why. Self-knowledge gives you a 50% rate of victory against an unknown and a 100% rate of victory against self-sabotage. If we can be our own worst enemy then beating ourselves at our own game should be our cardinal quest. It's not what lif ...…
 
Artist Grace Chin's work is a contrast of the fragile and the forceful. She creates delicate paper flower wreaths that frame strong political slogans. The results are cheerful reminders of positivity in an often turbulent political atmosphere. Listen in as we talk about Grace's political heritage, her love of Sister Corita Kent, and why she thi ...…
 
How do you serve the world, serve your purpose, serve yourself...when you don't know what you are serving up? We are born from the deep wells of unlimited potential. Each of us able to see the unseen through the gift of imagination and convert dreams to reality. Add to those eternal traits, our personality, passion and purpose then combine your ...…
 
One day I was surfing around my hum-drum town, just doing my thing, when a girl in a giant robot came down from the sky and said, "Hey, do you want to do a retrospective podcast on 2017's anime?" There are categories galore, and not just your typical top 5 stuff (although that's in there too). On this month: @iblessall, @AJtheFourth, @illegenes ...…
 
"Be a fountain, not a drain", has been a saying we've heard and aspired to fulfill. But we all find different environments either draining or fulfilling. We can't be a fountain if we find ourselves without the resources to stay full. It is our responsibility to identify what inspires us and what drains the life out of our motivation. Finding an ...…
 
Seth Smith is a landlocked Midwesterner. The only sea surrounding him is a majestic ocean of gently waving green fields. But that is just where he is physically. Mentally he has time-traveled back 60 years, to a rosy-colored mid-century hotel with a deep turquoise pool. That is the magic of his paintings – they aren't just pictures, but transpo ...…
 
We don't actually need all things we think we do to create the life we envision. In fact, the infection of perfection can inhibit our ability to risk dreams and ideas and to put forward the priorities to pursue space to create. All the master artisans throughout history were particular in the design of their Atelier' (workshop) but didn't get h ...…
 
Nedra Bonds is a quilter, dollmaker and activist. She makes a statement - and generates change - using the non-confrontational medium of textiles. As you'll hear in this episode, Nedra isn't afraid of, well, anything. She isn't afraid to speak out against an injustice. She isn't afraid to explore her world, and she isn't afraid to take on a dis ...…
 
Throw a bunch of seasoned anibloggers together and turn them loose, and what happens? They talk about aniblogging for for an hour. Together, we cover the gamut of the aniblogging experience from personal histories to the challenges of being a creator, all for your listening pleasure. On this month: @iblessall, @AJtheFourth, @B0bduh, @laureninsp ...…
 
Muralist Phil Shafer, a/k/a Sike Style, is part of a revolution that is turning graffiti into a public artform. Forget the image of an artist in the dead of night attacking a building with spray paint. While Phil does paint with spray can in hand, he also taps into his background of art history and hip hop culture to create intricately designed ...…
 
Like pop art icons Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol, ceramicist Shalene Valenzuela transforms mass-produced images and objects into art. Recreating household items like rolling pins and telephones out of clay mutates them from a comforting everyday object to a hollow form, filling the viewer with uncertainty as they realize the object isn't wha ...…
 
Fabric designer Tula Pink has created a fantasy world that we can visit through her art. Her fabric designs are bright, colorful, and just a bit surreal - psychedelic cats, day-glo frogs, and swirling octopuses have all taken center stage in her fabric collections. Tula's designs have garnered her an international following of fans - dubbed Tul ...…
 
A podcast begins. Four anibloggers gather to talk anime. Sports anime. Why do we watch sports anime? What makes them different from live sports? Which sports anime have captured the hearts of our hosts? And will the podcast end on time? (No.) On this month: @iblessall, @AJtheFourth, @illegenes, @SeHNNG. (Intro/Outro: Room 015 - AVVA)…
 
Despite a late introduction to ballet, Devon Carney has spent his professional life as a dancer. Working with the Boston Ballet right out of high school, he was mentored by the great Rudolf Nureyev, from whom he learned the key to being a successful performer. Today, though retired from the stage, Carney is a choreographer and artistic director ...…
 
Growing up, Kevin Kidney knew that he was destined to live at Disneyland. Once he realized that people don't actually get to live there, he did the next best thing. He got a job there. In the art department Kevin had the opportunity to work on design projects large and small for the Disney company – everything from collectible enamel pins to pa ...…
 
Fifty years ago, a trip to Scotland changed the life course of now iconic textile artist Kaffe Fassett. Then a painter, Kaffe was mesmerized by the heathered colors of Scottish yarn and taught himself how to knit on the train ride back to London. Since then he has immersed himself in the world of textiles and becoming renowned for his knitting, ...…
 
A chance meeting at a bus stop propelled textile artist Brandon Mably from a career in catering to his life as a designer known for his bold and graphic use of color. Brandon isn’t content just to create by himself, he also shares his colorful talent with the many students he teaches around the globe. As he puts it, he lives in a world of educa ...…
 
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