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Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall in a dance studio at one of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world? Or wondered what was going through Giselle's mind as she lifted her leg to her ear? There is a lot more to the politics of dance than lithe women wearing pointe shoes being hoisted into the air by men in tights. Listen in for a weekly conversation on all aspects of the professional dance world as Barry Kerollis, freelance choreographer and popular blogger, candidly sha ...
 
"Movers and Shapers" is a semimonthly podcast hosted by Erin Carlisle Norton, Artistic Director of the NJ/NYC-based contemporary dance company The Moving Architects. This dance podcast allows dance communities around the globe to unite in one conversation through personalized interviews with the many ‘shapers’ of the dance world.
 
An intimate look into the world of contemporary dance artists, from the voice of a contemporary dancer. Amit Abend sits down with dance artists from all over the globe, in various stages of their careers to discuss their dreams, their triumphs, their challenges, their art, and everything in between. By listening to the stories of those who have come before us, we can gain insight and crucial advice for our own careers as dance artists, and learn to make more intelligent decisions, while find ...
 
Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts. With discussions shifting between art and race, Zhiwan Cheung hashes out with guests a range of topics about the creative process in a white-dominated art world.
 
For decades, professional wrestling has elicited the full range of emotions from arenas full of fans and home viewers. Drawing from Chris’s background as a university professor of poetry, Dave’s encyclopedic knowledge of more than 40 years of wrestling, and Noell’s extensive work with dance production and choreography, each episode will focus on how wrestling moves us through performance. Whether you’re swaddled in the nostalgia of old-school rasslin’ or an avid fan of contemporary performan ...
 
Chicago Dance Crash is a multi-disciplined, contemporary dance company committed to both exploring and exploiting the potential of human response, conflict and athleticism through live performance. By way of these goals, the company ultimately seeks to develop a wider appreciation in the community for dance not only as an influential art form, but also as an accessible form of entertainment.
 
This is the official podcast of Neos Dance Theatre, hosted by Neos company member, Katie. Neos Dance Theatre is a contemporary ballet company in North East Ohio. With this podcast we are bridging the gap between the audience and the stage. Tune into our podcast for behind the scenes content and get to know the artists of Neos on a more intimate level!
 
David’s Dance Podcast is a podcast focused on the artists that make up the UK Contemporary and Hip Hop dance world. We want to pop the lid on people’s unique journeys into dance, demystifying the journey of becoming a professional dancer. We go behind the scenes to understand the why and how behind the work made by today’s dance artists. Graphics: DE-signed (http://de-signed.co.uk/). Podcast also available on YouTube.
 
Kiesha Lalama is Inspiration in Action as a choreographer, educator, leader, and motivator to thousands of aspiring hopefuls. She is best known for her choreography: On stage: Broadway's Jimmy Awards; Film: Perks of Being a Wallflower; and Concert Dance: Dayton Contemporary Dance Company - Giordano Dance Chicago - Dance Kaleidoscope. Kiesha's focus is on her passion to live with purpose, and her intimate interviews with real people who share their stories and experiences will help you find p ...
 
Kaelin Isserlin and Jeanne Lewis, two students at the School of Toronto dance Theatre, talk about dance and dance related subjects with their guests. If you love handsome queer red hair boys, french accents and learning more about cool dance artists, this is the show for you.Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
The Much-Loved Book About Growing Up In The Suburbs Becomes A Podcast Matthew Hardy, the author of Saturday Afternoon Fever, reads from his best-selling book about a footy fan who’s dreams are denied, as he and Lawrence Mooney constantly digress into the wonderful, hilarious, nostalgic worlds of their childhoods, teenage years, straight into their idiotic young adulthoods. As contemporary men they also discuss relationships, the modern world, ethics, history and philosophy. The big question ...
 
Arts House is Melbourne’s home for contemporary performance. With a year-round program of dance, theatre, music, sound, new technologies and community projects, Arts House is one of the major forces shaping Melbourne’s cultural and social landscape. We cultivate diverse new audiences for independent artists’ ambitious new work, and we build relationships at both local and international levels. This is a house where change happens. From the crisis of extinction to the rapid transformations of ...
 
Pod De Deux explores current issues and trends in the dance community through frank and relaxed conversations with dance-makers. Guests include dancers, choreographers, administrators, and anyone else with a firm connection to the dance world. We seek to understand our guests’ experiences through an honest back-and-forth that is ultimately more thought-provoking and spirited than a simple Q&A.
 
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Follow Hipstercast on souncloud: https://soundcloud.com/hipstercast Co-owned by Attaboy, the cult of contemporary independent music hipsters from Indie to House and Underground sound. The unique combination of style and sound in each of the episodes, brought fame and popularity of podcasts in Russia and Ukraine. Hipstercast episodes continue to receive support and global fame for high sound quality and standard of the modern podcasts. Even more incredible music and interesting artists waitin ...
 
Don't Be So Dramatic, the podcast that talks to different people in the entertainment industry to discover what their job involves and how they got there. Hosted by Rachel Baker, each episode delves into the career and thoughts of a person in film, theatre, dance, marketing, managing and many other areas.
 
A three-year journey into the lives of five students at PARTS, the renowned school for contemporary dance in Brussels. Through interviews and voicenotes recorded on their mobile phones, we follow Kia from New Zealand, Zoé from France, Marllon from Brazil, Renátó from Hungary and Eleni from Greece. Each episode covers a semester at PARTS, from September 2019 until their graduation in the Summer of 2022. Generation XIII is as much about dance as it is about the thrill and challenges of startin ...
 
Step inside the contemporary Dior mind with ‘Dior Talks’, a series of podcasts aimed at bringing together both the people who directly shape the creative direction of the House and those whose artistic, cultural or intellectual impact influence its narrative. The sixth series, ‘Feminism’, focuses on the women who have inspired Maria Grazia Chiuri, both professionally and personally, and who have been involved in the bold collaborations with the House that the Creative Director of Women’s col ...
 
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From the Top is a podcast from IG HOP, a swing dance collective based in Vienna, Austria. It looks at the big issues in contemporary swing dance culture. Researched, produced and presented by a dedicated team, it brings you the best expertise and knowledge from around the world. Feel free to contact us with comments and questions at contact@ighop.at or on Facebook.
 
Glitter & Doom is a podcast built on the idea that the darkest of times yields some of the most evocative works of art. Join MacKenzie Fegan and a featured artist every other Wednesday for an inside look at their latest works and how it responds to today's burning issues, and we get a little lost along the way.
 
Do people think you’re crazy because you want to be a dancer and drop the 9-5? We get it! Listen in as we teach you how to take your love for dance and turn it into a career. Welcome to the Dance Your Life podcast by Maxt Out Dance Competition with your host Joanna Vargas. Every week Joanna will bring you intimate interviews with the most successful and open dancers, choreographers and directors in the dance industry. The Dance Your Life podcast will help you and your dance career. Whether y ...
 
Every week, THUMP’s Editor-in-Chief Emilie Friedlander and a panel of guests discuss the people and stories shaping the contemporary club culture and nightlife. Our objective: to pinpoint what it is that we go looking for when go out, and what we find out about ourselves when we get there.
 
Every week, join Erik Robinson and Zane – sometimes known as the Man With No Voice – as they discuss all things gaming – from the classics to the contemporary, from the human faces behind the games to the nostalgic memories that keep us playing to celebrations and satires of the medium we love. ARCADE TIRED is the video game comedy podcast the regular folk ain’t ready for!
 
Welcome. This podcast will have some episodes of house and and some of older 70's/80's music. In House, I like Progressive, Deep, Soulful, Indie/Nu Disco and some Progressive Trance. I like House with that old 90's feel, but new stuff as well. In the realm of 70's/80's dance music, I like to mix Disco, R&B/Soul and Pop together.
 
Shake a Leg connects dance artists with dance lovers in a fun, enlightening, and lively conversation. It's an opportunity to have deeper and richer conversations about dance. Whether you’re a professional dancer, someone who loves taking dance classes and seeing performances, or you’re just curious about dance, we hope you’ll join us and add your voice to the discussion. Many of our discussions will be grounded in dance that can be seen and experienced in the Madison WI area, but we’ll also ...
 
ART | ARTISTS | BOOKS | POETRY David Krut Projects is an alternative arts institution dedicated to encouraging an awareness of and careers in the arts and related literature and media, and to promoting contemporary culture in a dynamic, collaborative environment. In Johannesburg, we have exhibition project spaces and an adjacent bookstore; and the David Krut Print Workshop (DKW), based at Arts on Main, Maboneng. DKP‘s Podcasts is a series of episodes from our various artists about their prac ...
 
Hillbilly House, the electronic dance duo from Connecticut AKA the Two Hillbillies "Rich Dittman and Tim Costa" from the radio station WWUH, faithfully pumped out the sounds of New York, Chicago House and Detroit Techno in the late 80’s til the mid 90’s. They were critically involved with breaking new music in CT while collaborating with the local Club Riot in Hartford. The label released tracks from artists Laurent X, Mark Imperial, Mark Summers, Aqua Regia, Ed Crosby and Grey House, Piano ...
 
What’s In The Box is a new sublabel of Highway Records, aimed at releasing high quality contemporary dance music with beautiful deep house and nu disco flavours. What’s In The Box sincerely supports vinyl culture and features the most talented upcoming artists from all over the world — The Saint Petersburg Disco Spin Club, Darko Kustura and Ponty Mython, to name a few, — as well as established, well-known international producers, such as Vincenzo, Spirit Catcher, Kolombo, Mario Basanov and m ...
 
Morgan Kulas is an artist and educator currently based in the Southwestern United States. Her practice and teachings are grounded in a sincere desire to transform suffering into understanding and to heal the body-mind-spirit connection. ​ Morgan was introduced to yoga in 2005 as a young dancer in art school and has been a devoted learner ever since. Formally trained in the traditions of Yoga, Daoyin, and Zen; the teachings have contributed eloquently to her personal maturation and healing. W ...
 
By day, he introduces contemporary music through the airwaves but by night, he turns up the beats behind the mixer and morphemes into a whole new persona. DJ Shin is the resident DJ at Room18, and G5 Party the most popular night club over 3 years in Taipei and Funky Lounge Bar in Beijing. He is a regular headliner for important events like the ‘2010 Xinbei City International Arts Festival’, ‘2011 Coca Cola’s 125years Celebration’ and is regularly invited to major cities like Shanghai [Angle ...
 
Savvy Records channels the omniscient spirit of it's creators, and exists in the minds and souls of it's lovers. In art galleries, studios, bars, restaurants, clubs and warehouses, underground and above, whether illuminating the dance-floor or playing in the background, it's always about amusement. ​ It doesn't usually make any sense, and sounds more abstract than anything else, but that only makes it all the more jazzing for us. Savvy is a contemporary concept label founded in Canada by Tor ...
 
Project Moonbase is filled with music to surprise, delight and occasionally horrify you. Made by someone who really cares (and his prisoner). We bring you music you’ve never heard before that will put a smile on your face, open your third eye and make you dance. We love space age bachelor pad music, library music, charity shop cheese, hauntology, ping pong stereo, moog music, sitar-driven psychedelia, lounge, the retro-futuristic, contemporary electronica, soundtrack music, radiophonics, eur ...
 
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For this episode of “Inside Contemporary Dance”, I sat down to chat with my dear friend, and the beautiful dancer, Lisa Mariani. Lisa was born in Cremona, Italy. Her professional education began at Scuola di Balletto Classico Cosi - Stefanescu, and was continued at Balletto di Toscana. She went on to receive a scholarship to train with the Peridanc…
 
Aubrey L. Glazer's Mystical Vertigo: Contemporary Kabbalistic Hebrew Poetry Dancing Over the Divide (Academic Studies Press, 2013) immerses readers in the experience of the contemporary kabbalistic Hebrew poet, serving as a gateway into the poet’s quest for mystical union known as devekut. This journey oscillates across subtle degrees of devekut―ca…
 
Most listeners would need no introduction to Bishop Robert Barron. He is the Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in the Catholic Church. He's also an author, speaker, theologian, and founder of Word on Fire, a global media ministry.I finally had the opportunity to talk with him in the wake of the recent "Four Horsemen of Meaning" dis…
 
Hi everyone. Hope you are well. It is hard to imagine how time is flying…it has been just about over a year since I landed in China since the pandemic started. Now this past week I just had an exhibition opening which went okay. Felt kinda relieved after and was able to relaxed a bit. Now back to documenting and working on new projects. Gotta keep …
 
Christopher Kaczor and Matthew Petrusek are two Catholic scholars and Word on Fire fellows who wrote a book about Jordan Peterson, titled "Jordan Peterson, God, and Christianity: The Search for a Meaningful Life". Here we discuss their book, the impact Jordan Peterson has made and how some of his core ideas relate to Christianity and the world righ…
 
Welcome back to Reading Wrestling, your encyclopedia on the art of wrestling. Today’s entry takes us to another hallmark of character building, the dances, poses, and, well, what we might term pre-TikTok shimmies wrestlers have crafted as part of their characters. Wrestling is, of course, famous for its taglines and sonic memes, as when the Rock be…
 
Charlie Louth’s illuminating recent book, Rilke: The Life of the Work (Oxford University Press, 2021) examines why Rilke’s poems have exercised such preternatural attraction for now several generations of readers. The early 20th century German-language poet captured the experience of European culture irrevocably lurching into modernity, where an en…
 
In this episode, I interview David Barak-Gorodetzky about his new book, Judah Magnes: The Prophetic Politics of a Religious Binationalist (U Nebraska Press, 2021). This comprehensive intellectual biography of Judah Magnes—the Reform rabbi, American Zionist leader, and inaugural Hebrew University chancellor—offers novel analysis of how theology and …
 
Nearly 50 years since the European Foreign Ministers issued their first declaration on the conflict between Israel and Palestine in 1971, the European Union continues to have close political and economic ties with the region. Based exclusively on primary sources, Anders Persson's EU Diplomacy and the Israeli-Arab Conflict, 1967-2019 (Edinburgh UP, …
 
Jessica Romney's book Lyric Poetry and Social Identity in Archaic Greece (U Michigan Press, 2020) examines how Greek men presented themselves and their social groups to one another. The author examines identity rhetoric in sympotic lyric: how Greek poets constructed images of self for their groups, focusing in turn on the construction of identity i…
 
Neil DeGraide is head of the band Dirt Poor Robins and “Queen of the Night" is their latest concept record. The story is a modern aged fairytale shown in the style of a silent film era motion picture, reinforced by new music. To help complete the post production required for all 5 episodes and for future projects, Dirt Poor Robins is looking for su…
 
This is our first Universal History episode on the legend of the Holy Grail. Richard Rohlin and I take a deep dive into the origin of the Holy Grail, how relics convey power and how the Grail forms an integral part of the story of the West.To build this thread Richard explores 3 sources: the Celtic tradition and particularly their understanding of …
 
In the mid-nineteenth century, Jerusalem was rich with urban texts inscribed in marble, gold, and cloth, investing holy sites with divine meaning. Ottoman modernization and British colonial rule transformed the city; new texts became a key means to organize society and subjectivity. Stone inscriptions, pilgrims' graffiti, and sacred banners gave wa…
 
Today's guest is Margaret Jenkins. Margaret Jenkins, founder and artistic director of the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, celebrating the 50th anniversary of her Company in 2022, is a choreographer and mentor to many artists as well as a designer of unique community-based dance projects. In the 1960's, Margaret moved to New York to study at Juillia…
 
[This episode contains explicit content.] Artists from Kurt Cobain to Amy Winehouse command fascination not only for their work but also for their drug addictions and the manner of their death. Communions is an attempt to understand the role that opiates play in the artistic lives of those who are gripped by addiction. Channeling hallucinated versi…
 
On today's episode Josh and Lyndsay announce a brand new show that they are producing this winter titled REFLEX starring master juggler Jay Gilligan. They call up Jay and co-writer/director Frodo Santini to go behind the scenes of the new production and the creation process. Tickets are now available at reflexshow.com. If you enjoy the episode plea…
 
I interview American cartoonist and children’s book illustrator Ben Hatke about storytelling and graphic novels. We talk about the evolution of stories, how we make them our own, how modern superhero comics compare with ancient mythology, whether the story of Christ stands apart and above other stories, and whether it has a monopoly on certain stor…
 
Hello everyone. How are you all doing? I am in the midst of installing my show in Zhuhai. It is mostly done and I can't wait to be able to get some rest after the opening, which by the way is this coming Saturday, November 13th at Xu Yu Huan Bian Gallery, which is near the Yangmi mall. I'll be there starting at 5pm so come by to say hi if you happe…
 
Based on an article I published in 2013, I show how the shadow of St Christopher appears in Scripture in ways that will surprise many. Original article: https://orthodoxartsjournal.org/the-icon-of-st-christopher/Back our current attempt to tell a legendary version of this story as a graphic novel: https://www.godsdog.comOriginal video: https://yout…
 
I had an interview with Nicholas Kotar and his patron community where we discussed the new graphic novel, God's'Dog, written by me and my brother Matthieu Pageau and illustrated by Cord Nielson. To exercise full autonomy and draw in listener participation, God’s’Dog will rely entirely on crowdfunding. We have a lot in store since this is only the f…
 
This is the monthly YouTube Q&A livestream, where I answer questions that patrons of $10/month or more submit on my website, Subscribestar and Patreon.Original video: https://youtu.be/Y5bzYGnryNcSupport this podcast: Website: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/pageauvideosSubscribestar: https://www.subscribestar.co…
 
Aidan Hart is a writer, iconographer and liturgical designer. I’m very excited to have him on the podcast as he’s been an inspiration in the world of iconography and to me personally since I started carving icons. Today we of course talk about his work, not just in iconography but also in liturgical design more generally. We also discuss the diffic…
 
In the wake of the Six Day War, Aaron and Bonnie Leibel decided to emigrate to Israel, or, as Jews call it, "make aliyah." What followed were sixteen tumultuous, frustrating, gratifying and productive years, raising their children, living on a Kibbutz, serving in the army and pursuing their careers. In Figs and Alligators: An American Immigrant's L…
 
In this episode of the Universal History series, Richard Rohlin and I discuss the tradition of the Nine Worthies. We’ve been talking a lot about sacred history and how these religious patterns manifested themselves in how people understood their own identities. But now we move to a more secular Western Europe, where even here there was still a desi…
 
Top charting and award winning guitarist Ken Navarro takes you into his recording studio to show you how he took his song “Straight Out The Gate” (from his new album “I Will Still Be Here”) from a demo where Ken played all of the instruments to the finished track with all of the brilliant musicians whom Ken works and records with - bassist Gary Gra…
 
Aubrey L. Glazer's Mystical Vertigo: Contemporary Kabbalistic Hebrew Poetry Dancing Over the Divide (Academic Studies Press, 2013) immerses readers in the experience of the contemporary kabbalistic Hebrew poet, serving as a gateway into the poet’s quest for mystical union known as devekut. This journey oscillates across subtle degrees of devekut―ca…
 
On today's episode Josh and Lyndsay talk about the final weeks of Beyond Babel's off broadway run, a 3 show $75 million dollar deal from Spiegelworld, and if audience reactions are different post-pandemic. Later in the show they call up Kevin Venardos, a circus producer and ringmaster currently on tour with his namesake show. Kevin talks about his …
 
Happy Halloween, Reading Wrestling fans! We thought it would be fun to do a seasonally appropriate episode, so today your favorite wrestling readers will be discussing instances of the supernatural and occult in professional wrestling. Amid the motley and colorful cast of characters in the show, a relatively small number, at least in the U.S., tran…
 
This is a repost of an interview I had on the Your Mate Tom podcast. Tom and I talked frankly about our current political situation in the world, the Book of Revelation, power and safety and what the future holds. We also discussed symbolism more broadly, spirituality, the consequences of the disintegration of Christianity, spiritual war and decept…
 
This is the monthly Q&A livestream on YouTube, where I answer questions that patrons of $10/month or more submit on my website, Subscribestar and Patreon.Original video: https://youtu.be/83EYS82PsjISupport this podcast: Website: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/pageauvideosSubscribestar: https://www.subscribestar…
 
In this episode I interview Gauthier Pierozak about the amazing work he’s done to rediscover and share the lost work of the 20th century French symbolist, Louis Charbonneau-Lassay. Charbonneau was a Catholic archaeologist who also collaborated with René Guénon, but remained dedicated to approaching symbolism through primarily a Christian lens. He w…
 
Dn. Henok Elias is an Ethiopian Orthodox Christian and has a YouTube channel called Philosophy of Art & Science. Many listeners recommended I talk with him for an insider perspective on the particulars of Ethiopian Orthodox traditions.Dn. Henok and I discuss his place in the church, training and poetry in the Ethiopian tradition, what his perspecti…
 
Taken from my supporter only videos, this episode looks at what it is about the inverted pentagram which has made it associated with Satanism, but also why we find it in some churches.Original video: https://youtu.be/xvwdqaCg-ZgSupport this podcast: Website: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/pageauvideosSubscribes…
 
Transcendence VS ImmanenceOne of the big problems people face today regarding religion or the notion of God, is the problem of what I would call the reality of God VS the reality of the world. This might seem abstract at first, but it ends up manifesting itself in everybody’s life, whether they’re religious or not. It ends up manifesting itself in …
 
The last episode of Marvel’s Loki series took a surprisingly thoughtful look at the problem of opposites. The entire series was about the challenges and opportunities of two extremes, unlimited variability on one side and absolute control and linearity on the other. This whole problem culminates into the last episode, which was brought into an almo…
 
Hi everyone. I hope you are doing well. I’ve been quite busy lately and don’t know where the time is going. Everything seems like a haze. The teaching and art are going well. Everything humming along as usual. For this week, I am releasing a live interview with Jennifer Kleven as part of the Rogers Art Loft Residency that I attended this past summe…
 
Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick is Chief Content Officer of Ancient Faith Ministries. He has been podcasting since 2007 and is host of the Orthodox Engagement, Amon Sûl, Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy, and Roads from Emmaus podcasts, and co-host of The Lord of Spirits and The Areopagus Podcast.Today we talk about his new book, Arise O God: The Gospel of Christ…
 
Kanye West’s new album, named after his late mother Donda, was released on 29 August 2021 and since its release people have been asking me what I think of it and of his controversial collaboration with artists like DaBaby and Marilyn Manson. In this episode I take a look at what he seems to be trying to do with this album, looking specifically at o…
 
This is my third and final Universal History discussion with Richard Rohlin on the topic of Ethiopia. Today we will look at several Ethiopian practices and how they ultimately manifest the two roles of Ethiopia as both the “container”, or the Ark, and the extreme. We discuss the importance of personhood in culture and the role of the saints, before…
 
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