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Learning your history makes you - and your people - stronger. As Black people, we know we’re left out of the history books. That the media images are skewed. That we need access to experts, information and ideas so we can advance our people. Black History Year connects you to the history, thinkers, and activists that are left out of the mainstream conversations. You may not agree with everything you hear, but we’re always working toward one goal: uniting for the best interest of Black people ...
 
Design is everywhere in our lives, perhaps most importantly in the places where we've just stopped noticing. 99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture. From award winning producer Roman Mars. Learn more at 99percentinvisible.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 ...
 
Black Food Folks presents a limited series focusing on the life and work of Black pastry chefs. The series will focus on a diverse collective of chefs, bakers, chocolatiers, and educators to explore their career paths and the historical context in which they do their work.
 
The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Michael Hoak hosts with Jessica Holahan discussing all things art and architecture and occasional appearances by Yale University Press director John Donatich.
 
This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
A podcast about pairing wine with art and culture! Every other week, Emma, your host, talks with various guests about how to pair wine with the things that they love- and they're not talking about food! Learn more about wine and which bottles to look out for through a discussion of art, books, movies, music, theater, and more.
 
Martial Arts Radio is a bi-weekly show featuring interviews and comments on traditional martial arts topics. From the famous to the not-so, we speak to people from all over the world, in every martial arts discipline. Karate, taekwondo, kung fu, jujutsu, BJJ, HEMA, capoeira, FMA, tai chi, tkd, kungfu, kickboxing, arnis, escrima, tangsoodo,kempo, and everything else you can think of. Brought to you by whistlekick.
 
Decoder Ring Theatre presents new stories and characters inspired by the classic broadcasts of the Golden Age of Radio. The crimebusting exploits of The Red Panda - Canada's Greatest Superhero! The mystery of that hardest-boiled of detectives, Black Jack Justice... all this and more in full-length, full-cast recordings.
 
The Black Tapes is a weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Alex Reagan. The Black Tapes Podcast is a serialized docudrama about one journalist's search for truth, her subject's mysterious past, and the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both. Do you believe?
 
Welcome! Black Goddess Healing and Manifestation is for those seeking guidance in their life and spiritual journeys. Join the tribe or book a session! https://www.blackspirituality.org Get my Book "The Five Dimensions of Life Patterns" also on Amazon.com Support this Podcast Cashapp: $DrGPhD The host, Dr. G, is a Holistic Spiritual Healer, intuitive, and neurological expert with a passion for African Traditional Spirituality. She has over 20 years working as a mental health and therapy profe ...
 
We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
Blher Podcast takes on the world one social issue at a time ----highlighting the perspectives of two young, black, professional women. We cover everything from politics, law, religion, pop culture and the day-to-day we face through storytelling and discussion. Featuring Kelly Jeanine and Brittany. www..Blher.com
 
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Over the past few years, we’ve seen more and more vibrant intersectional and interdisciplinary cultural production get the attention it so richly deserves. This work builds on a long history of refusing to separate the personal from the political in Third World and women of color feminism, radical Black and queer activism, and movements for economi…
 
A year and a half after the police killing of Breonna Taylor during a raid of her home, no one has been charged in her death. Now her life, death, and the larger questions they raise about policing, and the value of Black lives in America, are being explored in a new exhibition in her hometown. Jeffrey Brown has the story for our ongoing arts and c…
 
Dear Mama, When it comes to Black Maternal Health, our work is not over when Black mothers survive and the child is born alive. Black maternal health should not fade into our peripheral because Black Maternal Health Week has passed In this episode we discuss being invited to do an art installation for Round 50 of Project Row Houses that centered Bl…
 
Quanice sits down with Courtney Harge, Chief Executive Officer of Of/By/For All to discuss revolutionary joy, the harm and gaslighting that occurs in arts and culture institutions, and self care…all while not sipping wine because I had to study afterward. Also, apparently what Quanice says on the podcast is racist to white people… THE CAUCASITY! PH…
 
We talk with 'Moonlight' filmmaker Barry Jenkins about his new series, 'The Underground Railroad.' Adapted from Colson Whitehead's novel, the series follows Cora, an enslaved young woman who has escaped a plantation and heads North on a literal railroad train. Jenkins says the series made him feel closer to his ancestors. Maureen Corrigan reviews C…
 
The year 1990 saw the "Great Shoe Spill" where tens of thousands of Nike shoes fell into the Pacific. The accident led to some scientific discoveries, and now, whimsical art packed with an eco-friendly message. William Brangham plunges into an exhibit called "Overboard" for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https:/…
 
It's a sad episode with spoilers from the entire series. Andrew is a bit scatterbrained, but the guys make it though a full discussion about some of the saddest moments in Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time. The Crystal Barista: https://www.crystalbarista.com The Great Blight: https://www.thegreatblight.com New Creations by Jen: https://www.newcreat…
 
HT0801 - Managing the Humongous Task One of the really daunting tasks that all of us have is the challenge of keywording in Lightroom. It's a humongous task and a seemingly never-ending one. There is, however, a strategy that can help that is another one of Maureen's famous cooking examples from the kitchen. Turn the giant task into smaller bite-si…
 
Grammy-winning musician St. Vincent opens up about her personal new album, Daddy's Home, and why she decided to reinvent herself with a '70s sound and aesthetic. Actress Sandra Oh discusses her role in the series Killing Eve, and the importance of "being true to yourself" in Hollywood. Acclaimed violinist, solo artist and Arcade Fire member Sarah N…
 
Cheesesteaks, vaping, wawa coffee and a Philly 40. Kate Winslet as gritty, grizzled, hard bitten grandma detective Mare Sheehan is out to solve a murder durdur, while juggling many commitments including a fling with hot Guy, Pearce. BL demonstrates his encyclopedic knowledge of RuPaul’s Drag Race queens AND hear from very special guest, Michelle Vi…
 
It's estimated that one in 10 women experience endometriosis during their reproductive years, a condition where cells from the uterine lining go rogue, move to other organs and grow there, leading to terrible pain. Many women who have the disorder struggle to be properly diagnosed. Dr. Linda Griffith spent years in debilitating pain before she was …
 
Atlanta-based Manchester Orchestra crafts cinematic, lush, long-form rock, with such detail about the characters, that it makes the stories even more believable on the songs from their latest record, The Million Masks of God. The band’s songwriting duo of Andy Hull and Robert McDowell, invokes the poem that inspired the album’s title, “Gold Leaves”…
 
Welcome to our first interview on Red Clay Plays with Dr. Lisa B. Thompson! In this episode we talk about Afrofuturism, mothers who make art, writing the comedy out of pain and, of course, being a Southern Black playwright. Lisa B. Thompson is an award winning playwright, scholar, and professor of African and African Diaspora Studies at the Univers…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams take on another iteration of the Rapid Fire Question and Answers. Rapid Fire Q&A #3 - Episode 605 Jeremy and co-host Andrew Adams tackle a series of questions from you, the listeners, in the form of a Rapid Fire Q&A. Here are the questions they tried to answer: What would be your everyday carry weapo…
 
In this BAIA Talk exclusive, artist and photographer Todd Gray discusses his most recent exhibit, Matrix 186 (March 4 - July 18, 2021) and what inspires his work, with Faron Manuel, Independent Curator, and Tracy Ann Simmons, Miami Culture Maven.Detailing his radical take on photography and assemblage, and countering mental colonialism through his …
 
HT0800 - Creative Awareness One of the best ways I know to start seeing potential subjects is to stop looking for them. Instead of running around with your camera in search of an image, try putting the camera down and just becoming open and aware to everything around you. As if from thin air, potential images will begin to appear like magic.…
 
Punk rocker Dexter Holland of The Offspring discusses the band's 10th studio album, Let the Bad Times Roll, and fills us in on his other job as a doctorate-holding molecular biologist. Musicians Jasper Verhulst and Merve Dasdemir of the Amsterdam-based rock band Altin Gün tell us how they're breathing new life into traditional Turkish folk songs. P…
 
96-year-old Stuart Hodes took his first dance lesson at the Martha Graham school after being discharged from a distinguished stint as an air force aviator in World War II, and he has been dancing through life ever since. He recently wrote a memoir called "Onstage with Martha Graham," and joins us to provide his Brief but Spectacular take on dancing…
 
Sydney Jamie Allen, aka aBaltimoregriot, is a visual storyteller who is both a native and current resident of Baltimore. Allen uses portrait and documentary photography to highlight the individuals and community spaces of black folk living in Baltimore. By doing so, Allen is able to recreate the narrative of life in Baltimore city. The narratives a…
 
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HT0799 - Little Irritations A horizon line that is parallel with the bottom of the picture is okay, as is a clearly tilted Dutch angle. But an angle that's only one or two degrees is an irritation. Having a shallow depth of field is okay, but if your portrait focuses on the tip of the person's nose but their eyes are out of focus, that's a little i…
 
The playwright Anton Chekhov wrote to a friend that he was writing a play with "a great deal of conversation about literature, little actions, tons of love." The Seagull is not unlike our own lives, where there isn't a ready-made plot with a neat ending. This episode is the fourth collaboration between IDEAS and Soulpepper Theatre Company's audio d…
 
CNN news anchor Jake Tapper discusses his new novel, The Devil May Dance, and shares how discovering his family tree in Manitoba led him to tweet about Canada's slow vaccine rollout. Our fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert tells us why TikTok influencers are replacing the role of fashion editors and runway shows, how this shift will impact …
 
Welcome to the AKAC: All Kinks Allowed Crowd! for the season finale. For more info, episodes, and ways to support visit whatisblackpodcast.com. Don’t forget to rate us 5 stars and review us on Apple Podcasts, and share with your friends and enemies. Ray Smiling and I open things up talking about Tilda Swinton (if you don’t know, educate yourself) a…
 
Australian-South Sudanese artist Atong Atem brilliantly flips the Ethnographic gaze to create gorgeous studio portraits with a powerful statement.Plus, how does the medium of video art exist in the era of binge watching?And Namila chats to incoming guest host Daniel Browning, a familiar voice to RN listeners — but did you know he trained as an arti…
 
Mahani Teave grew up on one of the most remote islands on Earth, but the 38-year-old pianist still found a way to bring her music to the world -- and music education to Rapa Nui. Jeffrey Brown tells the story of her unusual journey and her new album as part of our ongoing arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.p…
 
Today, Berlin is one of the premier destinations for techno music fans. People come from all over the world to party all night to the rhythmic beat of Berlin's club scene. And this music that the city is most famous for developed in large part because of the thing the city is most infamous for: the Berlin wall, which divided the city into east and …
 
The son of a Jewish father and a Guatemalan mother, Goldman grew up mostly in working class suburbs of Boston. His new novel, 'Monkey Boy,' draws on his own experiences, including being physically abused by his dad. "I wanted to go back and look at some very difficult years of my childhood and adolescence," Goldman says.…
 
British comedian James Acaster explains how experiencing the worst year of his life led him to create his new comedy special, Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999. Toronto-born actress Jayne Eastwood discusses her 50-year career and the joys of playing a shockingly shameless senior citizen in the CBC web series Hey Lady! — a lead role written just for her…
 
David Ireland writes very funny plays that often descend into bloody chaos and despair. Most, including his controversial play Ulster American, reflect the legacy of sectarian violence in his homeland of Northern Ireland and the fractured cultural politics of today.Also, with Opera Australia back on the road, we hear Natalie Aroyan perform an aria …
 
There's a rising voice in late-night comedy: Ziwe Fumudoh. The comedian, who goes by her first name, debuted her no-holds-barred take on race and social issues in America on television on Sunday in a new self-titled sketch show. Amna Nawaz caught up with Ziwe for our ongoing arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://ww…
 
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