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ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious

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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2023 Jennifer Dasal
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Sibyl Service

Sophie Dibben

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How complex was Oedipus? How do you solve a problem like Medea? Nero or hero? Alexander, how Great? We're talking interviews with historical heroes. We're talking Cleopatra, Queen Nefertiti, Marcus Aurelius, Michaelangelo, Xenophon, Boudica, Hypatia, Frida Kahlo, and Constance Wilde. Take this with a pinch of salt because there are also some etymology and idiom origins. Music by: Tertia Artwork: Ottoline https://www.instagram.com/sibyl_service/ Sibylservice@gmail.com
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Self Taught Artist

Lauren Kristine Art

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What do Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and I have in common? We're all self taught artists. I stumbled around in the dark as I started my artistic journey... I didn't know what paints to buy, how to varnish my work, or the differences between painting mediums. The mission of the Self Taught Artist podcast is to help artists (and aspiring artists) learn and fully discover the joy of making art. We will cover everything from the basics of painting, to how to sell your work, and beyond.
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Making Contact

"Making Contact" By National Radio Project

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Media that helps build a movement: Making Contact is an award-winning, 29-minute weekly magazine/documentary-style public affairs program heard on 150 radio stations.
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Creative Women's Herstory

Sonia Mendes / Twist Design

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A podcast about great women in art, design and crafts. My name is Sonia Mendes. I'll be learning and sharing with you the amazing stories of great women in creative areas such as painting, illustration, furniture and interior design, architecture and other kinds of art and crafts. From Frida Kahlo to Yayoi Kusama, Eileen Gray or Zaha Hadid, and many other female artists and designers with fascinating life stories who deserve more recognition in a male dominated world. Their struggles, the ob ...
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I Love That For You!

I Love That For You with Red and Kelly

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Welcome to I Love That For You, the podcast that celebrates the late bloomers and trailblazers of all walks of life! Join friends and entertainment professionals Kelly and Red as they discuss figures from past and present along with the lessons (and mishaps) of their own lives. Listen in for a feel-good way to learn from others and find your own reason to say, ”I love that for you!”
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Creative Flair Podcast with your host, James Carter. The podcast dedicated to exploring the world of creativity and art in all its forms. "As an artist and creative professional, I'm passionate about sharing my insights and knowledge with others." While not heavily interview-focused, this podcast offers a wealth of valuable information and inspiration for anyone looking to tap into their own creative flair. James covers a wide range of topics, from practical tips and techniques for improving ...
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DIFERENTE

Maribel Quezada Smith

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The bilingual podcast that celebrates and explores the complexities of living life between two (or more) cultures. Host, Maribel Quezada Smith presents stories and interviews about cultural identity, questioning the norm, and becoming empowered, among other topics that relate to the bicultural experience.
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In Confianza (with Pulso) brings you the untold stories & unheard voices that make up our history, our culture, nuestra gente. For Latinos, by Latinos. Pulso is a non-profit media startup that keeps the pulse on all things Latino. Follow us @ProjectPulso.
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Wistful Thinking

Jordan Polan-Clarke and Cara Gael O'Regan

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Remember that movie you used to watch every day? The book you read before bed each night? The CD you listened to until it was too scratched to play? We'll go back in time to revisit our guests' favorite pop culture from childhood. Are they still good or is it just Wistful Thinking?
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Is It Art Tho?

Is It Art Tho?

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The art history podcast that keeps your highbrow on fleek. In each episode Ellie and Augustina discuss art, culture and stanning Andrew Graham-Dixon from their South London living room.
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Bow Down is a podcast about significant women artists from the past, hosted by Jennifer Higgie, editor at large at Frieze. Women have been expressing themselves since the beginning of time. Yet, ask around and you’ll find that most people struggle to name even one non-male artist from before the 20th century. For each 20-minute episode, Jennifer invites an artist, writer, historian or curator to nominate an artist to whom we should all … well, bow down. Subscribe to learn more about these ra ...
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This week on Making Contact we take a look at one of the most prolific Mexican artists, Frida Kahlo, and how she inspired the Latina artist collective, “The Phoenix Fridas.” “In Confianza, with Pulso” producer Anthony Wallace brings us the story of Thania Betancourt Alcazar. A member of “The Phoenix Fridas,” Alcazar discovered a lifeline in the art…
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Mercury is in retrograde as this episode was recorded and the latest happenings in Kelly and Red's lives certainly reflect that, but never fear! Dopamine-infused goodness is on the way with the epic profile of late-blooming trailblazer Caroline Herschel, who experienced such childhood cruelty, she thought of herself as Cinderella. Yet she overcame …
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Join us on an ALL-NEW episode as we take a Virtual Vacation to Mexico City! Today, we'll delve into the vibrant world of contemporary art-- from renowned galleries to innovative art fairs, we'll guide you through the city's bustling art scene. In Today's Episode: 🏙️ **Exploring Galleries:** - Discover Galería OMR, a longstanding player in Mexico Ci…
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Have you ever really considered how we view time as a society? From work to leisure to appointments, we schedule every minute of our days, but how often do we think about why we treat time the way we do, our relationship to it, and why we value productivity over all else? This week, we talk to Jenny Odell about the ideas behind her book Saving Time…
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On this month's Tuesday Tea, we are so excited to welcome Justin Maurer--lead singer for Power Pop band Jenny, former lead singer of the storied punk band Clorox Girls, and also has worked as designated ASL interpreter for Oscar-winning actor Troy Kotsur. Justin is also a published author, screenplay writer, and is currently a producer on a deaf-le…
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This week's Making Contact episode is about two strong women who survived historic trauma, and the stories they later told their families. We start with the story of Katie Wilson. Born to an Orthodox Jewish family in Kiev, Ukraine, she grew up safe and comfortable - until the Russian Revolution. After holding it close for years to protect the next …
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The girls are having the time of their lives as they prepare to share all things ABBA! After discussing the absolute insanity of the TTC where Red had her first celebrity run-in to Kelly's rollercoaster of traveling from Coachella to her hometown of Buffalo to say goodbye to her family's beloved matriarch. The ladies discuss their fondness for the …
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🎙️ **ArtCurious Virtual Vacation: Mexico City Museums** Get ready for an art-filled adventure in Mexico City! Join us in an ALL-NEW podcast series as we explore the cultural treasures of this vibrant capital. From ancient artifacts to contemporary masterpieces, we'll take you on a journey through the city's most iconic museums. 🖼️ **Highlights:** -…
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At the beginning of the pandemic, we reported on the extreme inequality of the vaccine rollout to low income countries. Their access was hindered because of a Western patent system which was imposed globally through the WTO. At the time, activists tried to pass the TRIPS (Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) Waiver, w…
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Red and Kelly catch up on recent life events and plans before both go a bit (too) off the cuff as they get into a bummer of a conversation about health insurance--hurrah! But never fear, things get more dopamine-infused as we discuss acclaimed best-selling author Agatha Christie, who, in her 40s, after a divorce, a breakdown, and a mysterious disap…
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How does anyone make sense of abortion access these days? We sat down with All Options Pregnancy Resource Center in Bloomington, Indiana to talk about what’s changed since Indiana’s full abortion ban went into effect last August. Local abortion funds like All Options do a lot, but they can't talk to clients about self-managed abortion, even though …
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I Love That For You is back with part 2 of makeup icon, Max Factor! After telling Kelly the story of her first date in Canada and asking for help locating a mysterious good Samaritan, Red leads the way finishing up the profile on Max Factor and the almost unbelievable impact he would have on the makeup world! With funny accents, unbelievable luck a…
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SURPRISE! We’re back with you for some bonus episodes of ArtCurious this spring! First up: we’re thrilled to announce an all-new tour this September with Like Minds Travel. Today on the show, we’re welcoming LMT’s Laura Hart to chat about group travel: how she puts together these incredible, special excursions, making friends all over the world, an…
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Dive into the tumultuous and captivating universe of Francis Bacon in this episode of the Creative Flair Podcast. Join host James Carter as we explore the life, art, and enduring influence of one of the 20th century's most profound artists. From his dramatic beginnings and self-taught journey into the art world, to his deeply emotional and often di…
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Dive into the history of Point Reyes National Seashore, one of the most iconic parks in northern California, with us. Known for rugged sweeping beaches and the famous tule elk, we'll recount the waves of colonization that violently upended the lives of the Coast Miwok peoples who lived there – and one Indigenous woman's struggle to preserve her fam…
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Dive deep into the life and art of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio on the Creative Flair Podcast. This episode, titled "The Last Caravaggio: A Journey Through Shadows" is hosted by James Carter, who guides us through the dramatic story of a painter whose innovative use of chiaroscuro and emotionally charged compositions revolutionized the Baroque…
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The girls are back and this time with a two-parter! Kelly and Red discuss their relationship to makeup while Red gives a little insight into how school is going. With that in mind, she leads the way in discussing the surprising origins to one of the first makeup artists to the stars, vintage stylist and "father of modern makeup" Max Factor! And wit…
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America's Black Capital: How African Americans Remade Atlanta in the Shadow of the Confederacy” chronicles how a center of Black excellence emerged amid virulent expressions of white nationalism as African Americans pushed back against Confederate ideology to create an extraordinary locus of achievement. Alongside author Dr. Jeffrey O.G. Ogbar, in …
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You all are in for a treat for this month's Tuesday Tea as Kelly welcomes on the pod Humanitas prize nominee, former foster care social worker turned television writer and producer extraordinaire, Kellie Griffin! We chat about pivoting careers later in life and the crazy path and coincidences that led to her life as a successful writer and producer…
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For the last 6 months, the world has been witness to a humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Outsized, and unprecedented attacks on the people of Gaza, and support from western countries for these Israeli attacks have led to a situation where Gaza is being referred to as the world’s largest open-air prison. In this episode with Gaza-based reporter Rami Alme…
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It's no joke - the girls are back with an April Fool's themed episode! After discussing some of the pranks and pranksters in their lives, Red leads the way in discussing someone who pities fools - actor and iconic 80's entertainer, Mr. T! And with Kelly rounding out the episode with a trick-themed game of "Do We Love This or That", the ladies prove…
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March marks four years since the beginnings of the COVID-19 pandemic. Public health failures and government inaction have forced communities to take matters into their own hands. On today's show, we look at two groups steeped in the values of community care. First, we'll hear about the Auntie Sewing Squad, which distributed over 350,000 hand-sewn m…
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It's the end of Q1 already? Rude. Red gives us an update on school and her dating life and the ladies discuss future Toronto plans together (a live episode and video may be in order) before Kelly dives into the winners of last months friendship poll: modern art icons Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keeffe! Red then finishes things off by leading a fun (a…
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Today we share excerpts from “She's Beautiful When She's Angry,” a documentary filled with stories that still resonate today as women face new challenges around reproductive rights and sexual violence. The documentary tells the stories of the activists of the Women’s Liberation Movement that gained traction in the late 1960s and led to social and p…
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Top o' the podcast to ya! In honor of the holiday weekend, the ladies are sharing their experiences celebrating St. Patrick's Day all over the world. Red then leads the charge in sharing the tale of warrior queen and Irish folklore figure, Queen Maeve! Get ready for some mispronounced Gaelic and a special St. Patrick's Day themed round of Do We Lov…
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Raziq Rauf, founder of the popular running blog Running Sucks 101 is here! Kelly goes through the usual (not so) rapid fire Inside The Actors Studio-ish questions before chatting with Raz about his humble beginnings working in the music journalism world and starting his own blogs in the UK, before finding his way over to Los Angeles and turning his…
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How are we already in March? Honestly, rude. Red and Kelly discuss a heart to heart they had regarding the pod then briefly talk Oscars before diving into this weeks epic profile. The closing track on Taylor Swift's upcoming album The Tortured Poets Department? "Clara Bow." So without further delay, let's dive deep into The Original "It" Girl's lif…
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Welcome back to another episode of SelfTaught Artist. Today's episode is all about creating a digital archive and catalog of your artwork. Whether you're an aspiring professional artist or just doing it for the sheer joy of creating, having a digital archive can be a game-changer. Artists - Please take a minute to rate the podcast 5 stars wherever …
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Dive into the vibrant world of Frida Kahlo, a figure synonymous not just with Mexican art but with the power of resilience and the spirit of revolution. In this episode, we shed light on the untold stories of her life. From her battle with personal tragedies to her unyielding commitment to political and cultural activism, we explore how Frida turne…
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It's the last episode of February and Red and Kelly have one more relationship that they can't wait to share! After discussing what they both got up to for Valentine's Day, the ladies tease out Red potentially getting back into the dating pool again and finding connections in the unlikeliest ways. But speaking of unlikely, the girls turn the spotli…
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