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Best Exhibitions podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Exhibitions podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Sound of silence is a downloadable pause. An experimental podcast that records the silence that arises between people.Each episode is around 2 minutes and 45 seconds in length and features a very special guest.Only 100 episodes will be recorded and the collected silence will then be turned into an interactive gallery exhibit.
 
Subversion #1312 is anarchist music, news and views coming out of 4ZZZ Brisbane Australia. WE STAND FOR: Anarchy, Anticapitalism, Anti-racism, Anti-authoritarianism, Internationalism, Autonomy, Direct Democracy, Ecology, Self-Organisation, Solidarity, Anti-fascism, Anti-neoliberalism, Anti-nationalism, Atheism, Equality, Freedom, #Antifa. Regular segments include Bad Cop No Donut, Not the F**king News, and interviews about current topics and event. Podcasts have been available since 2012 @ s ...
 
There is so much GOOD in this world. This podcast is PROOF. The people in these audio recordings genuinely care about their community. The stories they share will make your day. Your week. Your year. As a vehicle to power the overall Spread The Positive brand, this podcast highlights: – Notable individuals who exhibit positive and optimistic outlooks on life – Community outreach efforts that are WORKING – Businesses/Organizations that are doing things right in business and within the communi ...
 
Taking Care of Business provides unique and intimate behind the scenes access to news makers, artists, and innovators. The show focuses on great human interest stories that will fascinate you, entertain you, and provide great insight on the mechanics of business, health, science, the environment, music, and more. We travel the world - from US military aircraft carriers to the NASA exhibit about Mars. Each week is a new adventure. Topics range from the most serious and cutting edge, to the mo ...
 
As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enriching programs, both in person and online. at www.philamuseum.org.
 
Curated by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, the Exhibition's international tour visited UTS in April on the penultimate leg of its six year, fourteen city tour before heading to Abu Dhabi. The Exhibition was proudly sponsored by the Nobel Museum, Volvo and UTS. The Federal Department of Education, Science and Training also provided support for the School program. In hosting 'Beautiful Minds', UTS expressed its commitment to creativity, innovation and peace. The exhibition included scho ...
 
Urbane D.A.B. is a platform for trap epistemology which is branch of Philosophy concerned with the theory of “street” knowledge. What’s Trap? “Trap” is a subculture of Urban society used to exhibit agency and harmony within the cultural significance it derives from! D.A.B. with a purpose 🙏🏾
 
The Oceanology International 2008 Podcast is where you’ll hear the views of the conference chairman, Dr Ralph Rayner, and other key speakers and companies attending the world’s largest forum for the marine science and ocean technology community, discussing issues such as climate change, energy from the oceans, marine renewables, civil & environmental security. Visit www.oceanologyinternational.com for more information.
 
The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for ...
 
Are you looking for a learning experience ? Welcome to the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Monthly Podcast series. Check out our FREE podcasts, covering technology, marketing, social media — and of course, how to get the most out of your experience at IMTS. Join us to get "in the know”!
 
Subscribe to our podcast and get over 300 art-episodes for free. Watch art now. CastYourArt offers video reports and reviews for people fascinated by art. The published video- and audio-episodes are windows to the world of art: its ideas, institutions, and actors, its economics, contradictions, and its ups and downs. Abonnieren Sie unseren Podcast und erhalten Sie über 300 Filmbeiträge. Mit seinen Beiträgen schafft CastYourArt Zugang zur Welt der Kunst, zu ihren Gedankenräumen und Ideen, zu ...
 
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After being closed for over four months, Paducah's Yeiser Art Center has reopened with a show highlighting their commitment to local and regional art and their new 'Keep Paducah Creative' mission. Executive director of the Yeiser Art Center, Lexie Johnson, speaks with Tracy Ross about their upcoming Wastelanders exhibit.…
 
It’s a new, slightly less chaotic configuration with Riley (@raaleh), Alice (@AliceAvizandum), Hussein (@HKesvani), and special guest Arron Merat (@A_merat). We’re discussing the British arms industry, how Gulf money backs up the Pound, and how distributed manufacturing allows exporters to avoid arms sale bans in the UK while allowing Saudi Arabia …
 
Today documentary photographer Jim Grover on photographing the stories in your community and creating exhibitions from them. Also, what happened to the X-70, should I have a Covid clause in my photo contract as we begin to mix again, how many galleries SHOULD my website have? Book of the week features Martin Parr and there’s another of your photo d…
 
While it may still be unclear exactly when face-to-face trade shows will be back up and running again, there’s one thing we do know for sure: they certainly won’t look like what we’re used to. You’ve likely seen endless conversations and updates on how the show floor layout and logistics will change – in fact, we’ve covered that topic quite a bit o…
 
This is the 2nd part of the artist and curator talk for the exhibition Across the Haze. It starts with Shraddah. She is going to talk about her work This Beautiful Venus Trap Earth Body with Eline Bochem in this exhibition. Then, the sound recordings of Ivetta and Cynthia talking about their works Proposition 1: Hands, and Commune will be played, b…
 
Frank Carillo is a musician whose career has spanned decades. Along the way, he has played with George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Peter Frampton. He has played with Golden Earring and has opened for Van Halen. In this episode we look back at vinyl records, 45s, record stores, radio (WMCA, WABC, WNEW, WLIR), and touring and performing in venues lik…
 
In the summer of 1967 more than 100 cities in America were caught up in riots. US Senator Fred Harris urged the President, Lyndon B Johnson, to investigate the causes. He set up the Kerner Commission and appointed Fred Harris as one of 11 members to find out why America was burning. The final report shocked many Americans when it blamed white racis…
 
What is the future of the art world in Hong Kong now that a new national security law curbs human rights and threatens freedom of expression? We look at the effects on artists and the wider art scene with two people based there: the artist Kacey Wong and the commentator Alexandra Seno. And in our Work of the Week Alyce Mahon, the author of the new …
 
Was it a good idea? Probably not. But we've assembled the Balthasar Speedboat cast of Riley, Milo, Olga, and Pierre for a friendly conversation with chaos demon and influencer Caroline Calloway...who Milo knows from school...and you know what? Just listen to the episode to hear him get eviscerated for his acne and an awkward attempt at a kiss. You'…
 
“We decided to actually go and try and find every footstep of Mary’s” Maisie outside Mary’s home on Boterdiepstraat When Maisie Barnett signed up for the Yad Vashem Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinning Programme, she and her mother Thamar went more than the extra mile to find out all they could about Maisie’s ‘twin’ Mary, a Dutch youngster murdered by the Nazi…
 
This episode of the podcast is with Andy and Adrienne Neale with Holistic Made Easy! They are both incredible examples of everything STP is about. The work they do with Holistic Made Easy is truly incredible. The story behind what led them to start this mission is even more amazing. Andy developed some really bad health conditions about 5 years ago…
 
Welcome to another edition of TF’s coverage of humanity’s trajectory following our step off the ledge. We begin to look at what happens when the unstoppable force of capital’s need to grow smashes into the immovable object of hard limits on economic growth in the long term. Riley, Alice, and Milo discuss what the Economist’s calls “The 90% Economy,…
 
The black former soldier choked to death in handcuffs on the floor of a British police station in 1998. CCTV footage taken from the police station showed the 37 year-old father of two gasping for air as officers chatted and joked around him. It took 11 minutes for him to stop breathing. An inquest found he was unlawfully killed but no-one has been …
 
West Kentucky's local chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW) presents two new programs aimed to engage and educate the community and encourage difficult but meaningful conversations. Catie Bates-Robertson and Debi Henry-Danielson, president and vice president of West KY NOW, respectively, speak with Tracy Ross about their upcoming disc…
 
In the 1800s cholera was a mysterious disease killing millions around the world. No-one knew how to stop it till an English doctor, John Snow, began investigating the outbreak of 1854. At a time before germ theory was properly understood, many public health experts thought disease was carried on what they called "bad air". John Snow was alone in th…
 
We talk with Paul Sanders, the Fujifilm X-Photographer behind ‘Discover Still,’ in one of the most candid conversations with a guest yet. Paul completely changed his life’s direction to become one of the UK’s most respected landscape photographers, but it’s not been all plain sailing! Also the draw to win an X-T100 and XF10 with FujiFund and questi…
 
reCOMPOSE 81: The Art of Luminosity We discuss Marc's brand new Ebook, The Art of Luminosity, and how you can get it, free. Connect with Our Hosts & Guests Email your questions to reCOMPOSE Andy Williams: Website, Instagram, Facebook Marc Muench: Website, Instagram, Facebook Picks of the Week Andy: X-Rite i1 Display Pro Marc: X-Rite Color Checker C…
 
In 1990, South Africa became the first country in the world to ban skin-lightening creams containing the chemical compound hydroquinone. For years the creams had caused an irreversible form of skin damage called ochronosis for the black and Asian South Africans using the products. Rachael Gillman has been speaking to Dr Hilary Carman, one of the ac…
 
This week, we look at the destruction on 24 May of sacred Aboriginal sites in Western Australia by a mining company. We talk to Sven Ouzman, an archeologist and activist at the University of Western Australia about the most recent events and the wider context. Can anything be done to better protect Aboriginal country and Australia’s ancient heritag…
 
We're back with now 3-time guest Olly Thorn (@philosophytube) to discuss some recent scandals: the Jenrick building scandal, the scandal of weird British porn mags, and the scandal of a terrible "discussion app" that seems to think it's a debatable point that Paul McCartney is in fact still alive. Hope you enjoy! If you want to hear the whole thing…
 
To suggest that Brian L. Frye has lived an eclectic life would be an understatement. A former experimental filmmaker, a collector of home movies, and a legal scholar of intellectual property among other strange, often quizzical projects at the University of Kentucky. After having Peter on his own podcast, Brian sat down tor return the favor. We dis…
 
Sound of Silence is the world's first silent podcast featuring special guests. Each episode is recorded face to face with a special guest and captures the silence that arises between the guest and podcast host Steve Chapman. The podcast began in the summer of 2018 and will feature a total of 100 episodes. This episode features the collected silence…
 
A people’s movement called Jana Andolan brought an end to Nepal’s absolute monarchy in the spring of 1990. Political parties worked together with students, workers and civil society groups to organise strikes and street protests – but although the king eventually agreed to their demands, it was the beginning of a long period of political instabilit…
 
This episode of the podcast is another follow up with two of the biggest advocates and supporters of Spread The Positive...Copernicus Johnson and Tylor Gentry! We recorded this episode right in the middle of the nationwide protest around the murder of George Floyd. It was an emotional time for all of us and we took the time to jump on the mics and …
 
Here we are again, doing a second bonus episode for the week because we realise the profound demands for content. This episode features Riley, Milo, Alice, Hussein, and Connor Southard (@ConnorSouthard), writer and host of the Podside Picnic podcast. We discuss the 1976 sci-fi dystopia film LOGAN'S RUN, among other things. Hope you enjoy! If you wa…
 
Chaos and hardship hit Russia with the rapid market reforms in early 1992, just weeks after the collapse of the USSR. In 2018 Dina Newman spoke to one of the architects of this “shock therapy” - Andrei Nechaev, who was then the Minister for Economic Development.This programme is a rebroadcast.Photo: Old women selling cigarettes on the streets of Mo…
 
This episode of the podcast is with Jesse Cruz. Jesse is a really awesome example of everything we are about with Spread The Positive. He works with at-risk youth, he is a mentor, advocate and role model for kids in his community. He is also a published author and is actively working towards building up his community one person at a time. Super gra…
 
Following the violent military coup that overthrew Chile's socialist government in 1973, the new regime led by General Augusto Pinochet began a radical overhaul of the economy. It was based on a free-market economic plan created by a group of economists known as the Chicago Boys. Mike Lanchin has been speaking to one of them, Rolf Lüders.Photo: Gen…
 
It's O'Neill versus O'Neill... versus O'Neill versus O'Neill versus O'Neill versus O'Neill. It's a six-way Brendan O'Neill battle moderated by the only man who could possibly moderate a clash of intellectual titans like this: Brendan O'Neill. It may sound like @inthesedeserts, @raaleh, @Hkesvani, @AliceAvizandum, @milo_edwards, @rocknrolga, and our…
 
When Mimi Knoop entered her first skateboarding competition at 24 years old, she never anticipated leaving her mark on the sport forever. But in the early 2000s, she formed an alliance with pioneering skateboarder Cara-Beth Burnside to make a simple request: that the X Games – and the rest of the skateboarding industry – treat female skateboarders …
 
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