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Best Contemporary Art podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Contemporary Art podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Fresh Air
Daily
 
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.
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
This is Copenhagen and this is its Contemporary Art.
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
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State Of The Art
Weekly
 
Each week, host Gabriel Barcia-Colombo speaks with a new artist, curator, technologist, AI, collector, innovator, about the ever-changing relationship between art and tech.
 
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ACCA Podcast
Monthly+
 
Conversations and events from Melbourne's flagship contemporary art space
 
Nancy Kranzberg talks with artists, performers and movers and shakers in the arts community. Interviews cover music, visual arts, dance, literature and performance.
 
Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instan ...
 
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The Carla Podcast
Monthly
 
The Carla Podcast is brought to you by Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla), a quarterly print magazine and online journal dedicated to expanding critical dialogue in Los Angeles’s contemporary art community. We release a new podcast every month in addition to the essays, reviews, and interviews published in the magazine and online. Each episode of the podcast contains three sections—Writer’s Room, LA-at-Large, and Dear Carla—where we elaborate on topics discussed in the magazine, sur ...
 
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Craftsmanship
Monthly
 
Harriet Salmon interviews fabricators and craftspeople who assist in the production of contemporary artworks. This podcast will document fabricator’s experiences to shine a light on the amazing breadth of talent in the field and to capture this particular moment in the art world. We're interested in conversations about hierarchies within craft vs. concept, questions of intellectual property, trends of de-skilling in art, wealth disparity, and the conflict felt by many fabricators between wor ...
 
Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the best of the Welsh contemporary arts scene in her weekly round-up
 
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Showcase
Daily+
 
Keeping you up to beat with the latest on the global arts and culture scene.
 
Join artists, colleagues and co-hosts, Matto Lucas and Elizaveta Maltseva as they do what artists do best - drink and gossip. Each episode is joined by a special guest host, a new bottle of wine and a new gallery.Like us on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/drinkingwiththeartistWebsite: www.drinkingwiththeartist.com
 
This podcast is produced and managed by two Melbourne based artists, Siying Zhou (host), www.siyingzhou.com and Marcel Feillafé, feillafe.com. In each episode, two guests are invited in and join the host to discuss current art exhibitions/events in Australia. The cover image is created by Emanuel Rodriguez-Chaves, an artist/painter. www.emanuelrodriguez.org
 
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TateShots
Monthly+
 
Welcome to TateShots, our weekly programme for art junkies everywhere. TateShots presents a selection of short videos, with a focus on modern and contemporary art. Send feedback to tateshots@tate.org.uk.
 
Discover the Masterpieces at Kunst Museum Winterthur: From the Golden Age of Dutch Painting to Contemporary Art.
 
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DANCE CINEMA
Monthly
 
Watch featured dance films on www.dancecinema.org and listen to the makers speak about their creative process. Presenting the growing art of dance films, our aim is toignite & inspire the growing community of dance on screen. Selecting dance films due to the importance of their content, their collaborative curiosity & originality in blurring the boundaries between cinema, dance & contemporary art.​ Listen from the makers of dance films, from directors, dancers, choreographers, sound designer ...
 
Two writers walk into a barre.
 
Art Monthly's regular visual art discussion programme presented by Matt Hale and Chris McCormack broadcast by Resonance FM. Each month writers from the London-based contemporary art magazine discuss topics featured in the current issue.
 
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Artist Decoded
Monthly+
 
"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own mind. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give m ...
 
A Different Tweed is fashion’s equivalent to Inside The Actors Studio. This in-depth interview podcast explores the craft and creative process of fashion and luxury through dynamic, entertaining storytelling. The tone is intimate. The conversation is candid. Leading professionals reveal the secrets to their artistry plus their challenges and personal journeys. Bronwyn Cosgrave, the host, is a multidisciplinary fashion professional who is renowned for her research. She can be heard on an arra ...
 
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Momus: The Podcast
Monthly
 
“Momus: The Podcast” explores a variety of timely themes relating to contemporary art and the present moment. Momus publisher and podcast host, Sky Goodden, delves into back rooms, biennials, and white cubes, bringing Momus’s unique brand of fresh, urgent criticism into conversation with leading artists, curators, and art writers from around the world.
 
We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? So ...
 
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Arts and Letters
Monthly
 
Arts & Letters is a program celebrating contemporary arts, humanities, and social sciences, with an emphasis on authentic Southern voices. Hosted by J. Bradley Minnick of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the full episode archive is available at artsandlettersradio.org.
 
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Art Party
Monthly
 
A podcast about contemporary art hosted by Jamie Sterns and Andrew Russeth
 
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Radio Juxtapoz
Monthly+
 
Audio conversations with the Juxtapoz staff on all things contemporary art, culture, music, street art, graffiti, art happenings and more.
 
Every day, people surround us wearing art, history, and culture, but we usually don’t pay attention. Most people think about jewelry as an afterthought or accessory. But jewelry can tell a larger story, one reflecting the connection between contemporary culture and that of yesteryear. Is jewelry clothing, art, status symbol, or something more? The jewelry world seems to be hidden in plain sight and little understood. The Jewelry Journey podcast explores the many aspects of jewelry and its st ...
 
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Raw Material
Monthly
 
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.
 
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Bad at Sports
Weekly
 
Bad At Sports is a weekly podcast about contemporary art. Founded in 2005, the series focuses on presenting the practices of artists, curators, critics, dealers, various other arts professionals through an online audio format.
 
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Rhizome Raw
Monthly
 
Rhizome champions born-digital art and culture through commissions, exhibitions, digital preservation, and software development. Founded by artist Mark Tribe as a listserve including some of the first artists to work online, Rhizome has played an integral role in the history of contemporary art engaged with digital technologies and the internet.Since 2003, Rhizome has been an affiliate in residence at the New Museum in New York City.
 
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Unframed Podcast
Monthly
 
Unframed is a podcast exploring the contemporary arts in South Africa. Through conversations with visual arts professionals - including artists, curators, gallerists, writers, collectors - we hope to gain inspiration and insight into the industry and people’s careers. The series is hosted by Anthea Pokroy, a Johannesburg-based artist, photographer and founder of Assemblage.
 
What does it take to be a professional artist? Park West Gallery’s Morris Shapiro wants to know, so he’s interviewing some of today’s most popular visual artists. “Behind the Artist” shares candid conversations in which artists tell real stories about their upbringings, their careers, and the creative inspiration behind their work. Art lovers and collectors alike will love this authentic look at what it takes to create and thrive in the contemporary art world.
 
We are HOME, Manchester’s centre for film, contemporary art and theatre, and here you can find our monthly film podcast.
 
Swoony Boys Podcast discusses swoony boys from your favorite young adult books.
 
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The Wise Fool
Weekly+
 
Learning how the contemporary visual art world works, one conversation at a time. How does the visual art world work? I don’t know either, so I will ask the people that work in the industry and try to learn how the contemporary visual art world functions and hopefully be able to take their insight and experiences and learn how we can make a living from our artwork.
 
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Peachy Keen
Monthly
 
Contemporary artist and native Southerner Vivian Liddell interviews women on art & the South. Bringing together women of all sorts to talk about their inspirations and definitions of art, and how these individual opinions reflect our changing region.
 
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New Piano Music
Daily
 
New piano music.
 
Conversations with artists, curators and authors about making it in the art world. We get behind the studio doors for entertaining and informative discussions about the journey through the visual arts, how projects were realised, ideas that informed new work and practical ways that artists can expand their audience and visibility.
 
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A Piece of Work
Monthly
 
A Piece of Work is everything you want to know about modern and contemporary art but were afraid to ask. Hosted by Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson, this 10-episode series explores everything from Pop Art to performance in lively conversations with curators, artists and Abbi’s friends, including Hannibal Buress, Tavi Gevinson, RuPaul and Questlove. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media, Nancy and ...
 
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Audio Archive
Monthly
 
Audio Archive of British artist Ellie Harrison, featuring radio interviews, lectures, talks and discussions recorded since 2002
 
Join us each week for a conversation with insightful and entertaining guests. From gear and technique to history, science and art, we discuss the topics most important to the contemporary photographer.
 
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Checking In
Monthly
 
A podcast from the Chicago Athletic Association hotel, who reopened its doors in 2015 with new stories to tell. Previously closed to the public as a private club for over a century, today we continue the storytelling tradition by presenting conversations and interviews with visual artists, authors, musicians, filmmakers, and other innovators who shape the ways in which we consider contemporary art and culture.Our episodes are recorded in front of a live audience, visit chicagoathleticevents. ...
 
Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at www.TheArtistNextLevel.com
 
We surprise some of the world's brightest minds with ideas they're not at all prepared to discuss. With host Jason Gots and special guests Neil Gaiman, Alan Alda, Salman Rushdie, Mary-Louise Parker, Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood, Sam Harris, Daniel Dennett, Saul Williams, Henry Rollins, Bill Nye, George Takei, Maria Popova, and many more . . . You've got 10 minutes with Einstein. What do you talk about? Black holes? Time travel? Why not gambling? The Art of War? Contemporary parenting? So ...
 
Ever wondered why contemporary art is considered art at all? Or stood in a gallery pondering the story behind a famous artist’s life or the meaning of their piece de resistance? Think all art is nonsense? Then let us debunk some artistic myths and weave you some stories as we discuss a whole lot of art-related nonsense with the people who make creativity their life’s work – artists (in case that wasn’t clear!)
 
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MOCRA Voices
Monthly
 
Podcasts from the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art
 
From ballet to contemporary dance, these podcasts feature fascinating conversations between NAC Dance Producer Cathy Levy and some of the world's most exciting dance artists, all of whom will be appearing, or have appeared, at the National Arts Centre.
 
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So much media seems to be shouting in our face nowadays from 24-hour news channels to twitter feeds. But there is a chance that you can find stillness in contemporary art. Specifically, Kemal Seyhan's body of work. Showcase's Sena Arslan checked out his latest exhibition in Istanbul's Cihangir neighbourhood. #KemalSeyhan #Artist #PiArtworks…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Jane was influenced by jeweler Arline Fisch. How Taboo Studio was established and where the gallery got its name. Why Taboo Studio focuses on both showcasing jewelry and making custom pieces. What Jane looks for when finding new artists. How Taboo Studio’s marketing and advertising strategies have changed ...…
 
Strange stories from art history told by one of my most favorite narrative painters. LA-based artist/teacher, Esther Pearl Watson, is my guest today.By Danielle Krysa
 
Strange stories from art history told by one of my most favorite narrative painters. LA-based artist/teacher, Esther Pearl Watson, is my guest today.By Danielle Krysa
 
Edward Norton wrote, directed and stars in the film noir 'Motherless Brooklyn,' about a private investigator with Tourette's syndrome who discovers corruption in the world of New York City planning. He talks about the movie and his own personal connection to the world of urban planning. Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan picks her top 10 books ...…
 
Edward Norton wrote, directed and stars in the film noir 'Motherless Brooklyn,' about a private investigator with Tourette's syndrome who discovers corruption in the world of New York City planning. He talks about the movie and his own personal connection to the world of urban planning. Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan picks her top 10 books ...…
 
I’ve spent more of my life than most people I know immersed by choice in what my guest today would call “scripture”. I was never much of a Roman Catholic, in spite of being dragged weekly to church until I was about 13 and could no longer be dragged, and, in my boredom, sometimes believing I saw the statue of Jesus moving on the cross. But in l ...…
 
This weekend Tilson Thomas will receive the Kennedy Center Lifetime Artistic Achievement award. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1995 and 2012 about his work and growing up in the theater. Also we remember Mary Previte, who worked for 30 years with teenagers in detention in Camden, NJ where the center she ran became a model for others across the co ...…
 
This weekend Tilson Thomas will receive the Kennedy Center Lifetime Artistic Achievement award. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1995 and 2012 about his work and growing up in the theater. Also we remember Mary Previte, who worked for 30 years with teenagers in detention in Camden, NJ where the center she ran became a model for others across the co ...…
 
As the year draws to a close, Nicola Heywood Thomas, casts a spotlight on festive music, radio theatre & Swansea, which this year celebrated its golden jubilee: 50 years as a city.Nicola is joined by Adrian Metcalfe from the Lighthouse Theatre Company in Swansea, to discusses their current tour: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ and Gl ...…
 
HOME Head of Film, Rachel Hayward; Senior Visiting Curator, Andy Willis and Fraser Elliott, Film Team Member and expert on Chinese Cinema discuss the new releases for the month including Her Smell, Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Lady Improper and So Long my Son.By The HOME Film Podcast
 
For the first Radio Juxtapoz Podcast conversation of Miami Art week, we sat down with the Paris-based artist on the rooftop of The Hotel of South Beach, where we were hosting a special exhibition, Juxtapoz at 25: In Black & White, featuring over 130 black and white drawings from the magazine's present and future. Jullien was the perfect guest t ...…
 
We are back where it all started! A year into the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we are back in Miami, this time in South Beach during Art Week with a special grouping of conversations with the artist's that have helped shape the 25 years of Juxtapoz Magazine. Coinciding with our special presentation of Juxtapoz at 25: In Black & White, an exhibition ...…
 
Reiner Holzemer explores his transition from an artworld filmmaker to a fashion documentarian. He traces it all back to a 2009 encounter with Juergen Teller and Charlotte Rampling in a Paris elevator. That spontaneous meet-up led to Reiner’s 2012 German television documentary about Juergen Teller. He explains how he went on to make critically a ...…
 
After six months in office, Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky is "quite cynical" and feels "there are no reliable allies," journalist Simon Shuster says. Shuster recently interviewed Zelensky for 'Time.' Also, John Powers reviews the French film, 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire.'By NPR
 
After six months in office, Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky is "quite cynical" and feels "there are no reliable allies," journalist Simon Shuster says. Shuster recently interviewed Zelensky for 'Time.' Also, John Powers reviews the French film, 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire.'By NPR
 
With the holiday season upon us (and today's celebration of the 86th anniversary of the repeal of prohibition) we figured it a good time to revisit a wonderful episode on food photography. We will return next week with a new "Cameras of the Year" episode. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Photographing foo ...…
 
We announce the books that were chosen for us and discuss what we liked about them, if there were things we didn't like, and (if applicable) whether or not we'll continue the series. Erin's book: Poison's Kiss by Breeana Shields (chosen by Kassiah) Kassiah's book: Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth (chosen by Meg) Jaime's book: The Great Hunt by W ...…
 
At her office as the curator of modern and contemporary art at the National Gallery Prague we discussed: International academic standards, How to get the attention of a curator, How a museum exhibition gets created, How artists get their work in museum collections, The Tate Modern acquisitions committees, Australasia, Find your Passion early, t ...…
 
"Your average thrift store in the United States only sells about one third of the stuff that ends up on its shelves," Adam Minter says. "The rest of the stuff ends up somewhere else." His book, 'Secondhand,' follows the things that don't sell — from cheap and soiled clothes to old gym equipment. Also, Ken Tucker reviews a new album from Hootie ...…
 
"Your average thrift store in the United States only sells about one third of the stuff that ends up on its shelves," Adam Minter says. "The rest of the stuff ends up somewhere else." His book, 'Secondhand,' follows the things that don't sell — from cheap and soiled clothes to old gym equipment. Also, Ken Tucker reviews a new album from Hootie ...…
 
When BJ Miller was a college sophomore he was out late with some friends and climbed onto a parked commuter train. In a freak accident, he was electrocuted and eventually lost both legs below the knee and half of one arm. The experience led him to pursue a career in end-of-life care and palliative medicine, which he describes as "the treatment ...…
 
When BJ Miller was a college sophomore he was out late with some friends and climbed onto a parked commuter train. In a freak accident, he was electrocuted and eventually lost both legs below the knee and half of one arm. The experience led him to pursue a career in end-of-life care and palliative medicine, which he describes as "the treatment ...…
 
Go see them when they open or catch them before they close. This is a list of exhibitions happening in Copenhagen December 2019. Tell them we sent you!
 
After the live 100th episode, Lizy and BUA opened up the floor to audience questions--about absolutely anything and everything art related. Check out this impromptu, interactive conversation about hip hop, the legacy of Duchamp, and one artist's choice to use excrement as his art material.By Lizy Dastin
 
Josh Peck is an American actor, voice actor, comedian, and YouTube personality. Peck began his career as a child actor in the late 90s and early 2000s, and had an early role on The Amanda Show from 2000 to 2002. Peck rose to prominence for the role of Josh Nichols alongside Drake Bell's character in the Nickelodeon sitcom Drake & Josh from 2004 ...…
 
Desha Peacock is the author of two books both around creating workspaces that inspire. Alongside her books she is a coach to artists, makers, designers and stylists. In this episode she talks about the power of using your email list to grow an engaged audience and turning them into buying customers. See the post on the website with images here ...…
 
Guest Eddie Coffield of the New Jewish Theatre stops by to talk about his new role at the theatre and let listeners know what they can look forward to in the coming months.
 
Harbour talks about working alongside teen actors in 'Stranger Things,' and his bipolar disorder. "Acting allowed me to channel this neurosis into a character," he tells 'Fresh Air' producer Sam Briger. Harbour plays the skeptical police chief of a sleepy town besieged by supernatural events in the Netflix series. Also, we remember late 'New Yo ...…
 
Harbour talks about working alongside teen actors in 'Stranger Things,' and his bipolar disorder. "Acting allowed me to channel this neurosis into a character," he tells 'Fresh Air' producer Sam Briger. Harbour plays the skeptical police chief of a sleepy town besieged by supernatural events in the Netflix series. Also, we remember late 'New Yo ...…
 
Hear from the spirited wife and husband duo behind KOVAL Distillery as they share firsthand why they chose to forgo stable jobs and a house down payment in D.C. to instead open Chicago’s first distillery since Prohibition.By Jillian Kaye
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: What to expect at The Original Miami Beach Antique Show being held January 4-8, 2020. What makes The Original Miami Beach Antique Show different from other antique shows for attendees. Why the show has returned to the Miami Beach Convention Center and what impressive renovations were made to the venue. What st ...…
 
I had the chance to talk to Markéta Kinterová before her course at FAMU and we discussed: Fotograf festival, Fotograf magazine, Fotograf gallery, Festival programs, Grants versus sales, Governmental support for the arts, The fine art photography market, Artist statements, Artist books, The need for relationships, The importance of the story beh ...…
 
October 16th, 2019 Ivin Ballen is an artist and co-founder of Lenscloud, a Brooklyn based 3D scanning technology business that specializes in solutions for high volume data capture using a custom built, portable unit. A former mold maker, Ivin now specialized is digital file generation for other artists, companies and events and is currently wo ...…
 
Joshua Hagler lived and worked in San Francisco and then Los Angeles for fifteen years before moving to rural New Mexico in late 2017 as a grant recipient of the year-long Roswell Artist in Residence Program. He was born at Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho in 1979 and is a first-generation college graduate with a visual communications degr ...…
 
In this episode of DANCE CINEMA, we speak with filmmaker Rodrigo Rocha-Campos, about his artistic practice and his screendance film 4 ~. Created in 2018, an aggregation of cinematic techniques, choreographic gestures, references, illusion of rich sounds and VFX, 4 ~ was made by composing all of these elements of visual & aural fields.The techno ...…
 
While reading Deborah Levy’s novel THE MAN WHO SAW EVERYTHING and her recent “working autobiography” THE COST OF LIVING I often found myself pausing and kind of sinking into a passage I’d just read. Going back and rereading it not because my attention had wandered nor exactly to unpack an idea but because I felt the need to experience it over a ...…
 
While reading Deborah Levy’s novel THE MAN WHO SAW EVERYTHING and her recent “working autobiography” THE COST OF LIVING I often found myself pausing and kind of sinking into a passage I’d just read. Going back and rereading it not because my attention had wandered nor exactly to unpack an idea but because I felt the need to experience it over a ...…
 
For novelist Kevin Wilson, Tourette's syndrome means living with intrusive thoughts that flash disturbing images without warning. His novel, 'Nothing to See Here,' was inspired by visions of people bursting into flames. Wilson talks about his experience of Tourette's and how writing gives him a reprieve from his tics. Also, Kevin Whitehead revi ...…
 
For novelist Kevin Wilson, Tourette's syndrome means living with intrusive thoughts that flash disturbing images without warning. His novel, 'Nothing to See Here,' was inspired by visions of people bursting into flames. Wilson talks about his experience of Tourette's and how writing gives him a reprieve from his tics. Also, Kevin Whitehead revi ...…
 
It's rare that you can sit down with one artist who represents so much of a cultural shift that you can't easily define where to start with their impact. Ron English is that artist. From street art, pop surrealism, activism, political art, public interventions, performance art, music, vinyl toys... the list could go on, but Ron English has play ...…
 
"He wasn't afraid of any of the hardest parts of childhood," Marielle Heller says. Her film, 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,' centers on Fred Rogers' unlikely friendship with a cynical journalist. Heller talks about casting Tom Hanks as Rogers, capturing his slow style of speaking, and a profound experience she had with her young son beca ...…
 
"He wasn't afraid of any of the hardest parts of childhood," Marielle Heller says. Her film, 'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,' centers on Fred Rogers' unlikely friendship with a cynical journalist. Heller talks about casting Tom Hanks as Rogers, capturing his slow style of speaking, and a profound experience she had with her young son beca ...…
 
In this episode of Showcase;Crafted in Istanbul 00:42Etgar Keret One on One Part 2 07:19Ukranian Vytynanka 18:07Kemal Seyhan's Whispering Paintings 20:25#EtgarKeret #KemalSeyhan #Istanbul
 
Etgar Keret is a world-famous Israeli author, whose literary humour is impacted by several groups of people, who are constantly in conflict with each other. In part 2 of our special series on writers in Jerusalem, Mustafa Fatih Yavuz asks Keret about how his neighbours interpret his work. #EtgarKeret #Literature #Jarusalem…
 
One of Istanbul's rarest commodities is under threat. Hidden away in backstreets, basements and alleyways, the cities traditional craftsmen are struggling to make a living. But one man has made it his mission to save them. Showcase's Salome van Zyl went to meet him in Istanbul's Eminonu district, the heart of the city's former craft industry. # ...…
 
For this month’s episode circling the question “what makes great art?”, Lauren Wetmore spoke with Berlin-based artist Isabel Lewis. Lewis was trained in classical ballet and carries its impression through a practice that marries philosophy, choreography, storytelling, and sensory aesthetics. She insists, “There is nothing neutral about the body ...…
 
Prince died in 2016, leaving behind an unfinished memoir. Dan Piepenbring, his co-writer, recalls the moment he knew he could make 'The Beautiful Ones' happen — even in Prince's absence. (Originally aired Oct 28, 2019)By NPR
 
Prince died in 2016, leaving behind an unfinished memoir. Dan Piepenbring, his co-writer, recalls the moment he knew he could make 'The Beautiful Ones' happen — even in Prince's absence. (Originally aired Oct 28, 2019)By NPR
 
In this episode of Showcase;“Stolen” Banksy Sculpture 00:41Enrico Bonadio, Senior Lecturer on Intellectual Property Law at The City Law School & Editor of Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti 01:18Beyond Bollywood 07:31Shortcuts 11:39Cars: Accelerating the Modern World 13:36Etgar Keret Oner on One Pt.115:29Beyond the Centre 23:01#EtgarKeret #Bo ...…
 
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