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Best Contemporaryart podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Contemporaryart podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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"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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Develop successful painting practices and take control of your painting journey with "Abstract Thinking". Join Liese Gauthier as she leads you through tips, techniques and thinking strategies to help you create your best abstract art. In each episode, Liese will cover one aspect of creating art to provide you with the knowledge and inspiration that you need to keep creating. From thinking practices, to supports, mixed-media techniques, and favorite tools, "Abstract Thinking" will provide the ...
 
By The Way: A Contemporary Art News Podcast is a by weekly podcast where two artist friends irreverently discuss news from the art world. The show is co-produced and co-hosted by Eric Wall and Ando, and is written by Eric Wall. Eric is an artist and art professional with nearly 20 years of experience in the arts. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, he has also lived and worked in Germany, Denmark, and the US, which has given him some unique insights into the contemporary art world. Ando is the found ...
 
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With the terrifying outbreak of COVID-19, we're all living in a new reality. Pandemics; however, are not new and have, throughout history, generated hopeful, helpful and life-saving artistic responses. Join our hosts as they discuss a panoply of art that has emerged from pandemics ranging from the Bubonic Plague to the Spanish influenza to the HIV/…
 
Ron Hicks was born in Columbus, Ohio but spent most of his childhood growing up in the modest and friendly neighborhood of Park Hill in Denver, Colorado. Ron always knew he would be an artist. Ron's family later relocated back to Ohio where during high school he was awarded several awards, and honors for various art shows and competitions. His tale…
 
Join Kat and Cait Byrnes as they chat about ways to heal, reconnect with yourself, and get centered during the lockdown and beyond. If you have little ones around, please wear headphones as this episode includes some adult language. We talk about: Healing Burnout New moon rituals Cait's story and how she became a holistic health and business coach …
 
Something a little different for this episode :) I'm sharing a complimentary meditation to help us reconnect with our higher self and uncover the next body of work we are meant to create. Enter the safe space of this meditation to heal your relationship with yourself as an artist and get back in the flow state. www.theartqueens.com/membership…
 
Ibarionex Perello is a photographer, writer and educator. Since 2006, he has also served as the host, and producer of The Candid Frame photography podcast, which has featured hundreds of conversations with the world’s best and established photographers. Guests have included Sam Abell, Maggie Steber, Eli Reed, Jay Maisel, Elliot Erwitt, Ruddy Roye, …
 
Denna Thomsen grew up in Omaha Nebraska, later receiving a Bachelor of Arts from Colorado State University. She moved to California in 2007 to pursue a professional dance career and gained a spot with Hysterica Dance Company, founded by Kitty McNamee. In 2012, Alma Ha’rel gave Denna her first break acting and dancing alongside Shia Labeouf, in Fjog…
 
If you love artist run spaces and Chicago this is the B@SC episode for you! Today we are joined in the studio by Hyde Park Art Center’s Director of Exhibitions, Allison Peters Quinn, to discuss Artists Run Chicago 2.0, opening to the public on April 5th. Allison reflects on the previous iteration of Artist Run Chicago in 2009 and gives us some insi…
 
Michael Phillip is a writer, seeker, and wonder-dipping host of the Third Eye Drops podcast. In it, he melds minds with some of the planet’s most interesting artists, scientists, philosophers, and consciousness explorers. Topics Discussed In This Episode: The value of having a contemplative practice Søren Kierkegaard’s “Leaf of Faith” Michael’s fir…
 
People don't always understand our work, and that is okay. If people are questioning us, we can use it as an opportunity to think about why we do what we do, and to help others learn about something new. In this episode of "Abstract Thinking" Liese answers a question from another artist. As usual, the answer involves how we think about art and how …
 
On this episode of our podcast, Sophie Derrick shares her creative journey and how she got started with using her skin as the canvas in her vibrant work. We discuss: How Sophie's work evolved Overcoming negative voices and criticism from Art School Trusting your intuition when it comes to your work + more www.createmagazine.com/podcast…
 
Riley Stearns (Director + Writer) grew up in Pflugerville, Texas. His short, The Cub, screened at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. His feature debut, Faults, starring Leland Orser, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, premiered at SXSW in 2014 and was released theatrically. The Art of Self-Defense (2019) played at numerous international film festivals incl…
 
“Making pictures is one of the earliest memories I recall. Before learning to write the alphabet I was drawing from my imagination in crayons. And over all the years that followed, there has never been a period where I didn’t continue the practice. I remember for example just after graduating high school and living on my own as a dishwasher with no…
 
Jennifer Pochinski is an American figurative painter. Her work is characterized by gestural marks and bold color. Relationships, the male-female power dynamic, and humanity are key themes in her work. She was raised in Hawaii and received her BFA from the University of Hawaii in Painting in 1991. Much of her young adulthood was spent traveling and …
 
Please tune in to this episode for an inspiring conversation about Nicolle Cure’s journey as an artist, her Columbian background, and a sudden disability that impacted her life. Nicolle vulnerably shares her hearing loss story and how this life-changing event inspired my series "The Colors of Sound." Nicolle is passionate about creating awareness o…
 
The entire Bad at Sports Center trifecta of Dana, Brian and Ryan are back in the studio today with Aaron Rodgers from Homeroom, Randall West from Chicago Composers Orchestra and visual artist Azadeh Gholizadeh to discuss Ten x Ten 2020, a collaborative series pairing 10 visual artists with 10 contemporary composers to create an album and print port…
 
Salvador Dalí is one of history's most iconic, ironic, illogical, irreverent, and integral artists. Best known for his melting clocks and curvy mustache, Dalí created masterful surrealistic landscapes that unlock the collective unconscious and speak to our most intimate and vulnerable anxieties. Join our hosts as they attempt to decode the ultimate…
 
Kit Dale was born on January 24, 1986, in Melbourne, Australia, growing up in the area’s eastern suburbs. During his formative years Dale practiced a number of athletic activities, from karate to inline hockey, as well as Australian football (Aussie rules), a sport he competed in extensively prior to jiu-jitsu. Australian rules football is widely r…
 
How to feel bulletproof against other people's opinions. Now, of course, I am human, and I do care about other people and their opinions, but this episode of "Abstract Thinking" is about getting to a place where my confidence isn't rattled by other people. It is liberating and of course wonderful. Give a listen to find out just what I mean and idea…
 
Live from NADA New York... maybe more than a year ago but certainly last time we were at NADA NYC… NATO THOMPSON returns to the show to talk about “seeing power” and how we need to think about our relationship with culture, and culture’s relationship with us, especially when we are talking about "high art," "museums," and the tools of hegemony. Wha…
 
Cory Allen is an author, podcast host, meditation teacher, composer, and audio engineer. On his podcast The Astral Hustle, he finds ways for us to live with more wonder and less suffering by speaking with leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, music, and philosophy. The Astral Hustle has been downloaded millions of times and was featured by …
 
This week Brian and Duncan take a trip to the College Art Association conference 2020 and catch up with Natasha Egan from the Museum of Contemporary Photography. This wide-ranging conversation starts with surveillance and their current exhibition “In Real Life” featuring the artists Stephanie Dinkins, Trevor Paglen, Leo Selvaggio, Maija Tammi, José…
 
On this episode, Kat gets to know Kate Mothes, curator, and founder of Young Space. Kate shares: - What inspired her to start this platform and soon to be publication - Her process of curating exhibitions and working with galleries - What she looks for in artists online and beyond www.createmagazine.com/podcast…
 
Philip von Zweck speaks with Seth Brodsky about Gray Sounds, a new experimental sound and music series at the University of Chicago's Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry. On the occasion of the inaugural Gray Sound event Seth, Philip and Zachary Cahill talk with composer Peter Ablinger about “experimental” music, his work, noise, phonorealism, making …
 
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is arguably the most vehemently anti-authoritarian living artist. In his work across media, Ai tackles the tropes of history, surveillance, abuse of power, and what it means to test the limits of freedom. Regarding this last theme, the artist’s work and life have overlapped. Ai, critical of the Chinese government’s stance o…
 
Join Dana and Brian for a conversation with Alex Chitty, Raven Munsell and Jack Schneider, the artist and curators behind the playful and innovative exhibition Becoming the Breeze: Alex Chitty with Alexander Calder on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art through April 12th. We learn about the history of the Ruth and Leonard Horwich Family Loan th…
 
Meet Christopher Jobson, Founder, Editor-in-Chief of an incredible art and design blog, Colossal, on this episode. We chat about Christopher's background The real story of how Colossal was born What kind of work gets featured on this award-winning blog The future of online art media + more Fascinated by visual culture across a wide-range of discipl…
 
Recurring themes in the work of Adam Lee are the act of pilgrimage, shelter and an itinerant, nomadic sense of home. Transmitted through a community of hermits, shawl-shod women and regalia-laden gentlefolk traversing deserts, forests and valleys or reposing in tabernacles or dreamed abodes, Lee’s practice ties together narratives of memory, imagin…
 
Alex Kanevsky was born in Russia in 1963. He studied mathematics at Vilnius University in Lithuania before coming to the United States. After his arrival to Philadelphia in 1983 he worked as Russian translator, illustrator at the Psychiatric Nursing Magazine and drew pictures for the telephone book advertisements. After attending PAFA (1989-93) and…
 
In the late 1960s, artists began to expand the parameters of art in exciting ways: what it can look like, what it can be made from, where it can be located. Many took to nature--or took materials from nature--to better integrate the world, and concept of impermanence, into art. Join our hosts as they journey through their favorite land art creation…
 
Join us today on Bad at Sports for a special interview with artist Ashley Teamer. Teamer discusses her latest exhibition, Better Than Me, and her work documenting the female basketball team at Dillard University. We delve into Teamer’s aspirations and motivations fueling her work, which includes a new series of billboards featuring Dillard players …
 
On this episode of our podcast, join us for an inspiring conversation with Artist Anne Siems who shares her story and discusses the evolution of her paintings. Anne shares pivotal moments in her life, including: Feeling isolated in art school and not connecting with professors Moving from Germany to Seattle Making work on paper bags Art mentorship …
 
Joe Goddard is a British musician, songwriter, and DJ. He is best known as a member in the English synth-pop band Hot Chip, which he co-founded with Alexis Taylor. In 2007, he co-founded record label Greco-Roman, which has produced albums by artists such as Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Disclosure. Goddard is also a member of electronica g…
 
The Terrain Biennial 2019. Radio Calamity... So this was expected to be a much longer episode. Then many things no one could control happened... Principally, it is now an interview with the Chicago based artist Ross Sawyers (who works as the Chair of Photography were Duncan works as the Chair of Art and Art History, Columbia College Chicago) with a…
 
On this episode, Kat and TJ Walsh discuss the idea of "the gap." TJ shares his philosophy on what causes artists to feel stressed, inadequate, and behind on their work as well as the cure for these experiences. TJ shares his thoughts on the three gaps of creativity: -effort gap -skill gap -quality gap https://www.tjwalshtherapy.com…
 
This episode of Bad at Sports Center finds our hosts, Dana and Ryan are over-caffeinated and in the studio with artist Maryam Taghavi. We practice Farsi live on air while we learn about Taghavi’s flag project, بیست و چهار هفت or Twenty Four/ Seven, currently on view as part of Roman Susan’s Woman’s Club at The Cuckoo’s Theater, which is on display …
 
Kat and Gabriella Rosie chat about affirmations, the law of attraction, following your passion, and believing in yourself when it comes to pursuing your art as a career. We also talk about being vulnerable when sharing your story with the world + so much more! This episode features some adult language, so please wear headphones if listening around …
 
On this episode of Bad at Sports Center, Dana and Brian are joined in the studio by Josh Zoerner and Chris Eichenseer of Public Works to discuss You Will Die, a frightening premonition which also happens to be the title of the gallery’s latest exhibition. Zoerner and Eichenseer take us into the surprisingly delightful world of visual artists workin…
 
Alexis Marshall is the singer of the band Daughters. Topics Discussed In This Episode: The making of Daughters’ “Less Sex” music video How their newest album, “You Won’t Get What You Want”, came together Catharsis and visceral connections to performing on stage for Alexis Alexis’s writing process Approaching life with gratitude and appreciation www…
 
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