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You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
Come with us on a journey of discovery at Litpoetry where we read, analyze and discuss inspirational poetry from around the world by established, new, and emerging poets. The Litpoetry Podcast aims is to fire up your love of poetry and give you the understanding required to more fully appreciate this magnificent art. Featuring an intoxicating mix of poetry and music, join our host and published poet-in-residence, James Laidler, as he walks you through a tangled labyrinth of mysterious words ...
 
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The performance podcast from the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. Streamed live to a phone, played back on headphones and recorded with in-ear microphones at a street corner in front of the Palais des Beaux Arts Wien. In the end no one really knows whats going on anymore in the end but we think it is rather good. Produced by Benjamin Tomasi. This podcast features binaural recordings, which sound best through headphones. http://www.palaisdesbeauxarts.at
 
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Tennant Creek Brio is a collective of artists who met in a men’s art therapy group. Their latest show Shock and Ore is generating serious buzz. Plus, hear from the winners of this year's vibrant National Aboriginal and Islander Art Awards. And get a taste of the art marketplace where remote art centres rub shoulders with art lovers.…
 
Singing stars, anti-apartheid activists, writers and mavericks are among the Southern African women honoured by visual artists in a new exhibition, And she was wearing trousers: a call to our heroines curated by Roberta Joy Rich and Naomi Velaphi.Enter the studio of Michaye Boulter, a nipaluna/Hobart-based painter whose seascapes are unmistakably o…
 
Curator Petrit Abazi fled Kosovo as a child with his parents and now heads a contemporary art centre in Darwin. This month he’s returned to the city of his birth, Mitrovica, where Albanians and Serbs still live divided, to curate two artworks for the European art festival Manifesta 14. With Ukrainian-Australian artist Stanislava Pinchuk and enduran…
 
Bruce Munro is the hugely popular light installation artist who filled the foreground of Uluru with a Field of Light. He talks to Daniel about his career, new show and early encouragement from Kevin McCloud. Plus, how does a string of amethyst beads tell the story of an astonishing ancient maritime trade? And hear the story behind The King of Kowlo…
 
Can you separate the misogynist from the art? If you walk around the winter blockbuster The Picasso Century at the National Gallery of Victoria, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this wasn’t a live debate. Daniel speaks with Didier Ottinger from the Centre Pompidou, who hopes the exhibition he’s curated presents the 20th Century's most famous art…
 
Richard Bell is one of the few individual artists curated into Documenta 15, the highly-anticipated global survey of contemporary art. This year, for the first time, it’s been dominated by artists and collectives from the Global South. But the historic takeover has been eclipsed by a media storm ignited by what appears to be a Jewish caricature in …
 
A conversation with artist Daniel Boyd whose work has focussed on reframing Eurocentric images from Australia's past. Plus, Sally Ryan discusses her latest commission, a giant oil painting of Jesus, Mary and Joseph for St Mary’s cathedral in Sydney. She says it's her hardest painting yet. And, returning artefacts taken from Kunwinjku and Gagadju ar…
 
Have you ever walked through an epic entanglement of red cotton thread, by the artist Chiharu Shiota? The Japanese installation and performance artist takes Daniel through The Soul Trembles, an exhibition highlighting 25 years of her practice. Including the time she undertook a nude workshop with Marina Abramovic, mistaking her for the textile scul…
 
Why artist and curator David Sequeira doesn't believe in just a 'pop of colour'. How a colour-blind artist adapted to colours he couldn't perceive. And how glasses that allow colour-deficient people to see the full spectrum of colours, work.Plus, Daniel chats to V&A curator Catlin Langford about her book on the mania for Autochrome, an early colour…
 
We start the show at the Parade for the Moon in Melbourne's Chinatown, part of the city's RISING festival.Then Daniel speaks with tattoo and visual artist eX-de-Medici about her intense and detailed watercolours that interrogate violent power structures.And step inside the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where Daniel catches up with Australian artis…
 
Daniel chats with artist brothers Abdul-Rahman and Abdul Abdullah, who are close in life but not so much in their art. However, thorny issues unite them in Land Abounds, their new joint exhibition.Hear how Filipino sculptor Leeroy New builds his large-scale sci-fi installations made from 100% recycled materials. He's in Australia for Melbourne's RI…
 
The American artist Kiki Smith talks about tapestry and her long career.My Art Crush: painter and printmaker Kirtika Kain makes tactile work about the oppression and unrecorded history of Dalit people.Step inside the Palais de Tokyo (in Paris), Europe's largest centre for contemporary art, for a tour of the exhibition Reclaim The Earth.…
 
This podcast contains a reading of Sharon Olds, "On the Subway" in 'The Gold Cell' (1987) by Knopf Publishing Group. Used under Fair Usage for educational purposes. For more resources and information on poetry visit the Litpoetry website at https://www.litpoetry.com/ This audio adaptation and podcast is copyrighted, © James Laidler (Litpoetry) Litp…
 
How often does a political artwork fall into the national spotlight during a federal election? Hear from Archibald portrait prize winner Blak Douglas.Plus, an Italian art exhibition that puts NFT juggernaut Beeple alongside European masters and Australia's Richard Bell.And enter the studio of weaver, printmaker and textile artist Ema Shin.…
 
This podcastcontains a reading of ‘To a Mouse’ by Robert Burns. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43816/to-a-mouse-56d222ab36e33 Poetry recital performed by ‘Bill Connelly’ from the audio recording: ‘The Poets' Corner’, 2007 (used under ‘fair usage’ for teaching purposes and as a work of art that…
 
Greetings from the 22nd La Biennale di Venezia, in Italy!The Venice Biennale is known as the Olympics of the art world, complete with golden awards, stunning achievement and sometimes, disappointment. This year has seen more female artists, Black artists and minority cultures representing national pavilions than even before. Take a tour with Daniel…
 
This video contains a reading of ‘Do not go gentle into that good night’ by Dylan Thomas From The Poems of Dylan Thomas, published by New Directions. Copyright © 1952, 1953 Dylan Thomas. Copyright © 1937, 1945, 1955, 1962, 1966, 1967 the Trustees for the Copyrights of Dylan Thomas. Copyright © 1938, 1939, 1943, 1946, 1971 New Directions Publishing …
 
What do artists think about when making huge public art? Lindy Lee is making the most expensive work commissioned by the NGA, and Judy Watson's bara will grace Sydney's harbour with a giant Gadigal fish hook.Then, the US art lab addressing the problem of confederate monuments to racist causes... and Indigenous artists Julie Gough, Nicholas Galanin …
 
This podcast contains a reading of ‘Musee des Beaux Arts’ by W. H. Auden. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. http://english.emory.edu/classes/paintings&poems/auden.html Poetry recital performed by ‘Jodie Foster’ from the audio recording: ‘The Poets' Corner’, 2007 (used under ‘fair usage’ for teaching purposes and as a work of art that …
 
Rebecca Belmore is one of Canada's most important artists and is now having her first Australian solo show.Plus, visit Sally Smart's studio, inspired by one of the most influential dance companies of the twentieth century.And Yuki Kihara's Venice Biennale entry Paradise Camp, where the artist reimagines tropes used by Paul Gauguin and Samoan touris…
 
This video contains a reading of ‘The Raven’ by Edgar Allan Poe. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/48860/the-raven Read by Mattie Overall and published with his permission (He’s a grat guy!) Please visit Mattie’s YouTube Channel and support his work by becoming a subscriber here: https://www.yout…
 
Marco Fusinato is representing Australia at the 2022 Venice Biennale with work for 'monstrous times'.Plus, artworks that tell queer stories selected from the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria, for NGV Queer.And who was Lala Deen Dayal? The pioneering Indian photographer who documented a vast nation.…
 
Litpoetry: Poetry analysis resources & study guides of famous poems. Giving definition and foundation to poetic knowledge through lessons, videos and podcasts. This podcast contains a reading of ‘The Peace of Wild Things’ by Wendall Berry. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. From New Collected Poems (Counterpoint, 2012). Reproduced unde…
 
Victor Ehikhamenor is one of Nigeria’s most prominent artists and calls for the Benin bronzes, the looted cultural treasures of Edo State, to be repatriated. So what did he do when he was asked to make an artwork in response to the memorial to the 19th C. British leader of the looting?Plus, South Australian artist Helen Fuller turns her hand to unc…
 
This Podcast contains a reading of 'The Windhover' by Gerard Manley Hopkins Source: Gerard Manley Hopkins: Poems and Prose (Penguin Classics, 1985) https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44402/the-windhover This audio adaptation and podcast is copyrighted, © James Laidler (Litpoetry). Poetry recital recorded and performed by 'Simon Jackson Voice Ov…
 
David Noonan makes intriguing black-and-white collage of people in often liminal states. But despite their evocative drama, his pictures don't tell a story.Plus, Hoda Afshar's photographic project Speak the Wind, about people in the Persian Gulf who believe that humans can be possessed by the wind.And spotlight on the Australian artist and feminist…
 
This podcast contains a reading of ‘How Do I Love thee (Sonnet 43)’ by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. https://poets.org/poem/how-do-i-love-thee-sonnet-43 Poetry recital performed by ‘Dame Judy Dench’ from the audio recording: ‘The Poets' Corner’, 2007 (used under ‘fair usage’ for teaching purposes and as…
 
Ian Strange uses entire houses -slated for demolition- as his canvas, exploring the symbolism of 'home' through eras of unaffordability and urban development.Plus, meet Irish artist Sean Lynch onsite at his new public artwork in inner-city Melbourne.Sera Waters uses old English needlework techniques and crafts to examine the legacy of her settler f…
 
This Podcast contains a reading of 'Ode to a Grecian Urn' by John Keats at https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44477/ode-on-a-grecian-urn This audio adaptation and podcast is copyrighted, © James Laidler (Litpoetry) Poetry recital recorded and performed by 'Simon Jackson Voice Over': www.simonjacksonvo.com (Simon can be commissioned for work on …
 
Colombian artist Carolina Caycedo gives voice to rivers dammed for huge hydroelectric projects.What happens when the art world turns its back on Russia's major contemporary art museum?And Dennis Golding shares memories of 'the Block', using treasured iron lace from Redfern's terrace houses.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
 
This podcastcontains a reading of 'Kubla Khan’ by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/43991/kubla-khan Poetry recital performed by 'Robert Sean Leonard’ from the audio recording: ‘The Poets' Corner’, 2007 (used under ‘fair usage’ for teaching purposes and as a work of art t…
 
British filmmaker and installation artist Isaac Julien on his latest works: a spellbinding interpretation of Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi and a portrait of 19th C. abolitionist Fredrick Douglass. Plus, Heather B. Swann's potent retelling of the Greek myth 'Leda and the swan', where Leda is at the centre of the story.And why you should know the…
 
This podcast contains a reading of 'Rhapsody on a Windy Night’ by T. S. Eliot. Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44215/rhapsody-on-a-windy-night Poetry recital performed by 'Morgan Freeman’ from the audio recording: ‘The Poets' Corner’, 2007 (used under ‘fair usage’ for teaching purposes and as a…
 
This podcast contains a reading of ‘In Memoriam’ by Ewart Alan Mackintosh (killed in action 21st November 1917 aged 24). Used under Fair Usage for Educational purposes. http://www.greatwar.co.uk/poems/ewart-alan-mackintosh-in-memoriam.htm Poetry recital performed by Ralph Fiennes. Source: Voices of Remembrance. This audio adaptation and podcast is …
 
The goddess of love has reigned supreme through Western art, but her roots are darker, more ancient and shape-shifting than you'd expect.Historian and TV presenter Prof Bettany Hughes joins Daniel to tell the surprising history of Venus/Aphrodite.Plus, a seascape painter who lives on a yacht, and step into the studio of Yul Scarf, who uses ceramics…
 
Who makes up “the canon” in Art today? A new book picks 50 artists from around the world, and across centuries, to take a meaningful snapshot of art masters.Plus, a curator on 16th C. artist Lavinia Fontana, Europe's first female professional painter.And Atong Atem's panoramic collage that charts 10 years of life, family and art.…
 
Patricia Piccinini is Australia’s foremost artist exploring the relationship between humanity and technology, and the ethical tensions it inspires in the viewer.Plus, introducing our new segment My Art Crush. Jess Cochrane on the impact of Édouard Manet's Olympia on her work.And Thea Anamara Perkins on family legacy and NFTs.…
 
Vivienne Binns shocked critics in the 1960s with her joyful paintings of giant genitalia and Dada-inspired assemblages. Now aged 81, she looks back at a vast arts practice that has never stopped questioning: what is art, and what do we want to say with it? Plus, Jazmina Cininas' magical take on a DIY folk instrument that conjures Pagan myths and Li…
 
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