Best Gallery podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Witness our universe in a whole new way! This video series (in 720p High Definition for Apple TV and hi-res monitors) highlights some of the most exciting discoveries from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. In-depth 'Showcase' features, striking 'Gallery Explorer' montages, and other whimsical specials take you beyond the visible to a universe of dust and stars hidden from Earth-bound eyes. Spitzer is the infrared component of the NASA Great Observatory program which also includes Hubble (visib ...
 
On the third Tuesday of every month, the National Gallery of Art music department will release a podcast offering a deeper understanding of the art of music.
 
Listen in on conversations exploring creativity, gallery/artist relations, Tyler's psyche, and the psyches of creative people around Billings and beyond.
 
Design, photography, contemporary art, architecture and fashion, the Barbican Centre presents exhibitions and events from across the world in the heart of the City of London. Hear from our artists and curators in our podcasts in the iTunes Store.
 
A podcast for people curious about art and the lives of artists, a conversation series produced by Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery.MPRG is the region's premier public art gallery, supported by Mornington Peninsula Shire and other partners.Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Gordon Darling Foundation.
 
Podcasts and blogcasts on art, art history and creative storytelling
 
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.
 
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Art, Design, Media
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RMIT teaching programs include the following disciplines:Applied CommunicationArtCreative MediaDesignFashion and TextilesRMIT also supports the following research and specialist centres:AFI Research CollectionCentre for DesignDesign Research InsituteDesign Victoria
 
The Jack Straw Artist of the Week Podcast highlights work created in Jack Straw's Artist Residencies
 
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Liars' League
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Long-running, award-winning, Radio 4-broadcast live short story readings, based in central London (other major cities HK and NYC are available). "Writers write, actors read, audience listens, everybody wins."
 
Welcome to the Site Sessions Podcast. Site Sessions is a regular interdisciplinary discussion series, bringing together art, science, technology, philosophy and more. This podcast gives you the opportunity to hear some of the discussions that take place at Site Sessions events in Sheffield UK, and an extra behind the scenes discussion for further insight into the minds of our brilliant speakers.
 
RMIT University has strong links with industry, government and business both locally and globally. Guest speakers are often invited to speak to students or deliver public lectures.
 
Join legislature reporter Emma Graney, columnist Keith Gerein, as well as others in The Press Gallery, Edmonton Journal's Alberta politics podcast.
 
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Penny Podcasts
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Syson Gallery present a programme of talks and downloadable podcasts investigating the provision of free access to education, debate and exchange for artists and the general public. Inspired by 18th Century coffee houses – often referred to as ‘Penny Universities’ – these spaces were considered critical forums for all members of society to exchange ideas, outside of the elite structures of university. In this spirit, Syson Gallery hosts a series of live talks from artists and educators, reco ...
 
The Artelligence Podcast unpacks the mysteries of the global art market through interviews with collectors, dealers, auction house specialists, lawyers, art advisors and the myriad individuals who make the art market a beguiling mixture of sublime beauty and commercial acumen.
 
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Sanguine Podcasts
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The Sanguine Podcasts feature the artists that the gallery works with to create more awareness for Women Artists and Artists of Color
 
Crime stories from the golden age. Old Time Radio is filled with cops, robbers, and private investigators...Lets reopen the cases and hear these great stories again!
 
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Phoenix Talks
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Leicester's independent cinema, gallery and cafe bar, nestled in the heart of the Cultural Quarter. Get in touch on hello@phoenix.org.uk
 
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Art Dealer Show
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About and for the people who sell art.
 
A podcast featuring both one-on-one and three-way roundtable conversations with contemporary artists, dealers, curators, and collectors--based in Los Angeles, but reaching nationally and internationally.
 
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Lisson...ON AIR
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Lisson... ON AIR, is a new series of podcasts that will mostly be recorded from the gallery's London location. Episodes will include readings, engagement with the gallery's extensive archive, as well as special contributions from Lisson Gallery artists. www.lissongallery.com
 
Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features interviews with culture makers from around the world. For more information please visit our website www.talesofaredclayrambler.com.
 
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CULTURE ALT
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CULTURE ALT interviews the world's cultural icons, from major art exhibitions to award winning films, designers, Chefs and much more. Interviews by Maia Morgensztern, journalist and broadcaster. Podcasts in French and in English. More info www.culturealt.com
 
Another great podcast hosted by LibSyn.com
 
A collection of interviews and features on topics related to the Norton Simon Museum's exhibitions and collections.
 
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Daddio FM
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Photographer Jonathan Bookallil talks to the top people in Fashion Music and Entertainment.
 
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TV TERROR
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TV TERROR explores television's darker corridors: classic shows like The Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, and the Movie-of-the-Week golden age that gave us telefilms like Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Salem's Lot, and The Night Stalker. We've got a penchant for those nearly-forgotten treasures of the tube, and this is where we share our discoveries. So, grab your remote and a wooden stake and join us, won't you? Visit us at TVTerrorShow.com
 
A podcast dedicated to discussion and analysis of the FX Series, American Horror Story: Apocalypse featuring Mells Bells and Acadia from Superficial Gallery
 
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Beyond Borders
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Beyond Borders is the place that we intend to spark meaningful conversations about the most important and relevant topics of the day!
 
Audio guide for twenty two key works from the 2007 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Australia exhibition 'Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950' curated by National Gallery Director, Ron Radford AM and celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in Australia.
 
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Art Talk
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Art reviews from art critics Edward Goldman and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp.
 
In the late 1970s Dr James Gleeson AO, Australia’s leading surrealist painter, interviewed 98 Australian artists in their studios to discuss their works that had been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia. As an artist, curator, writer and administrator, Gleeson brought a unique perspective to these conversations. The recorded interviews form the basis of a significant resource on Australian visual arts. The recordings are accompanied by 2000 reference photographs of the artworks and ...
 
Self-employment author and coach Peri Pakroo chats with guests about working for themselves, whether that's freelancing, running a coffee shop or heading a corporate empire. Peri and co-host Eph Sharpe also interview artists, musicians and other creative workers who share stories about pursuing their projects and careers. We celebrate and illuminate the many sides of self-employed life and business, including related topics like road-tripping, thrift shopping and procrastinating. Any hour ca ...
 
Acclaimed interviewer Matt Kennedy engages the industry's best writers, artists, performers, producers, taste-makers, thinkers and consultants in the type of one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions that only an insider can get. The program is taped at Meltdown headquarters in Los Angeles and released weekly on iTunes. Matt Kennedy is the author of Pop Sequentialism and a world-renown fine art curator. He brings 25 years of experience to the only podcast that asks tough questions abo ...
 
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Artifice Audiobook
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Light Grey Art Lab is an art gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where creatives come together to learn, travel, exhibit, and discuss their creative practice. Our podcast features the Light Grey team discussing the creative practice, reflections on our exhibitions and projects, artist interviews, guest lecturers, and travelogues. Learn more at lightgreyartlab.com. Thanks for listening!
 
Explore portraiture with insights provided by Curators, Historians, and Researchers of the National Portrait Gallery.
 
Podcast focusing on the social sciences, humanities and arts.
 
Join the BC Museums Association as we explore topics of importance to the museum community in BC, and around the world. Listen as we talk with museum workers, volunteers, and audiences about their work in BC museums. This new audio project will be expanding through 2018.
 
Rick Steves Italy Audio Tours provide humorous and insightful commentary on the art and history of many of Italy's most notable museums and historic sites in Assisi, Florence, Pompeii, Rome, and Venice. Each tour includes a PDF companion map, downloadable at http://www.ricksteves.com/audiotours. Subscribe to get them all! Excerpted from Rick Steves guidebooks. All rights reserved. You'll find related travel information for these destinations at http://www.ricksteves.com.
 
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ARTHouse
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ARTHouse is a vibrant radio arts program showcasing Blue Mountains (Australia) based creative talent. ArtHouse is aired on Radio Blue Mountains and features hosted sessions on such diverse art forms as dance, costume, and crime fiction through to visual arts, textiles, photography, music, poetry and more. Each week a panel will discuss various themes such as art and resilience, how to source venues and apply for grants, how to sustain our creative community plus other relevant hot topics.
 
Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Art NXT 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
 
Presenter Sean Rocks takes a look at what's on in the world of arts and entertainment.
 
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REAL Newport Beach
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Newport Beach is pure California. People travel from all over the world to enjoy our natural beauty, great climate and 5 star amenities and services. REAL Newport Beach, hosted by Joe Taricani, features the people that live here and our lifestyle in an entertaining and informative format. Welcome to Newport Beach.
 
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GRAFF RADIO
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Krime Time Graffiti Radio
 
Thoughts on Hearthstone, recorded while commuting.
 
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featured works and more by Anne Mandorla. The Copper-Engravings of Anne Mandorla,When a paper loving painter like Anne Mandorla decides to take the path of the engraver''s study, the collector of prints follows her first steps with interest, watches for the first tests. Where, how will the artist transpose the matter of her original creations, ...…
 
featured works and more by Bruno Chavanne. Beholding with the eyes and maybe - the mind, the strange unfolding of history ancient and contemporary, minor or capital, authentic or romanticized, fragmented to global. Filing away, preserving, wrapping up, tying up, gluing and at the same time turning away from the past, opening up to the future, c ...…
 
featured works and more by Emmanuelle Aussedat. Emmanuelle Aussedat studied at the Beaux Arts Institute of Paris from 1975 to 1980 when she received her degree. She was awarded grants for research and artistic creation in 1980 and 1981 and creates in 1985 the lithographic studio “La Bête à Cornes”. Her artistic creation expands abroad starting ...…
 
featured works and more by Mirna Kresic. Mirna Kresic brings us depicted spaces. Form and matter are folded into a specific space where the law is not the objects stability but, precisely, its becoming. It''s a painting that plays the essential problem of representation, to know that the world, is open to us, but not entirely, nor directly. The ...…
 
featured works and more by Patricia Erbelding. Patricia Erbelding was born in Paris, France.Patricia Erbelding’s first solo exhibition was at the Haut-Pavé Gallery in Paris in 1993. She is exhibiting around the world since 1991 including Japan, New Zealand, Mexico, USA and Europe and has participated in many artists’ books publication, working ...…
 
featured works and more by Ricardo Mosner. Ricardo Mosner was born in Argentina in 1948. He had his first exhibitions and happenings in the late 60 s and, between 1970 and 1980, he created and played in a large number of group performances with his troupe Teatr’en Poudre.Ricardo Mosner is a polymorph artist, with a large specter of expression, ...…
 
featured works and more by Tony Soulié. Tony Soulié was born in Paris in 1955; he had his first exhibition in 1977 in Switzerland and was part of the French “New Abstraction” movement in the 1970-1980s. He is an established artist whose paintings, photography and installations are shown throughout the world. Many books and editions on his work ...…
 
Leschea and co-host Jayeff breakdown the aftermath in the recent breakup of Cardi B and “husband” Offset. Also Cardi and a few notables get multiple 2018 Grammy noms.
 
Asher Edelman has a long history participating in the art market and as a transformative player on Wall Street. From his perspective as an investor, art dealer and provider of art financing through his company Art Assure, Edelman talks through the effect of guarantees on the auctions and the broader market for art.…
 
A Senator is framed on bribery charges.By vinny@otradio.net (Virtual Vinny).
 
Kay Sheehy walk around Joyce, Wilde & Yeats Dublin with Colm Toibin to show how the lives of artists, art, memory and place can all come to life on a few specific streets in Dublin. The walk was to mark the publication of his new book Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know: The Fathers of Wilde, Yeats and Joyce - (Photo by David Levenson/Getty Images)…
 
When the St Gallen merchant Emil Alpiger returned to Zurich in 1896 after more than twenty years in Persia, his luggage included a wooden trunk full of Persian garments and fabrics. The family safeguarded this treasure trove for generations. Now, more than a hundred years later, the precious clothes, fabrics, wall hangings, and embroideries are ...…
 
Our public gallery collections reflect colonial ties to England and an art history rooted both here and in Europe. But what of collecting and representing the art scene of today from elsewhere - in particular the contemporary art powerhouse that is modern day China? New Networks: Contemporary Chinese Art opens this weekend at the Dunedin Public ...…
 
Jo Randerson is an artist whose career it seems knows no bounds - she is best known currently as a director, performer and producer with Barbarian Productions the theatre company she established with husband Thomas La Hood, but she's also a curator and celebrated writer, the recipient of many fellowships and awards. Her just released book The W ...…
 
These days if you're in the arts you have to be pretty light on your feet, looking for new opportunities and new audiences, while keeping faith with the old ones. It's a balancing act, and one of the current champions is Orchestra Wellington. The Orchestra have gone back to go forward embracing the hipster by releasing Orchestra Wellington - Li ...…
 
Russell was once dubbed the "hellhole of the Pacific", then named Kororareka, and the site of the flagpole famously cut down four times by Ngapuhi chief Hone Heke, sparking the Northern War of the mid-1840s. Now plans are afoot for Russell in the Bay of Islands' to have the museum it deserves, replacing the modest 1950s building that currently ...…
 
The houses of one of our most highly regarded architects Andrew Patterson are the subject of the first monograph to be published internationally of the work of a New Zealand architect. Houses of Aotearoa is being published by one of the (if not the) greatest publisher of art and culture books, Thames and Hudson. Andrew Patterson was awarded the ...…
 
Marty started 13th Floor in 2011 and changed it (with Reuben Raj, pictured with Marty) to Radio 13 in the middle of this year. Radio 13 is a music site with 24/7 streaming radio station that has a team of 15 writers, 10 photographers and 10 radio DJs (all contributors on a voluntary basis). It's fully self funded with licenses to broadcast musi ...…
 
The Independent newspaper in the UK dubbed her the world's leading sex scenes director. Ita O'Brien from the UK has the job title of 'Intimacy Cooridnator'. She teaches in some of Britain's premier acting schools, hosts Intimacy on Set and Satge Workshops for film and theatre actors around the world, and devises her own work. Ita is currently w ...…
 
Christopher Marlow's Doctor Faustus at Shakespeare's Globe in London stars Jocelyn Jee Esian as Faustus and Pauline McLynn as Mephistopheles and is directed by Paulette Randall.Jean Luc Godard's The Image Book is described as an avant-garde horror movie, a vast mosaic of image and sound exploring the modern Arabic world. It was selected to comp ...…
 
Ianna Frisby and Gioia Fonda of Sacramento-based project Art Advice talk about: How they came to start their collaborative project Art Advice, which is physically the real-life equivalent of the booth Lucy helmed in the cartoon Peanuts, only in this case they specialize in serving artists; the reason they both wound up in Sacramento, and the ma ...…
 
A businessman suffering from nervous exhaustion jets away to Hawaii to unwind, but his troubles only intensify when he receives his inheritance, a bloodline curse that transforms him into a werewolf.
 
Paul Muldoon, one of the guest speakers at "The Wild Dog Rose", a celebration of John Montague
 
Sinead Gleeson reviews "A History of Modern Irish Women's Literature", edited by Heather Ingman and Clíona Ó Gallchoir (published by Cambridge University Press)
 
Róisín Dwyer and Adam Hogan review "The Prophet Speaks" from Van Morrison, "The Pains of Growing" from Alessia Cara and "What Is Love?" from Clean Bandit
 
Peace & Plenty is the title of the exhibition in the Albertina, inspired by the hotel on the Bahamas where Erwin Wurm produced several drawings now on display. A film by CastYourArt.By office@castyourart.com (CastYourArt).
 
Ladies Shoe Salesman & Housewife / DA & Lady Cop / Bachelor Professor & College Co-edBy vinny@otradio.net (Virtual Vinny).
 
A catchy name gives traction to an art movement: Abstraction Expressionism (AbX), Pop Art, or Op Art, short for “optical art One of the artists most associated with the latter was the English painter Bridget Riley, born in 1931, who was catapulted to success in the early 1960s.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp).
 
A group of modern tourists finds themselves fifty-thousand years in the past.By vinny@otradio.net (Virtual Vinny).
 
Jim Carroll reviews "Bring It On Home: Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin and Beyond: The Story of Rock's Greatest Manager" by Mark Blake (published by Constable)
 
Arlene Hunt and Chris Wasser review "The Old Man & The Gun", "White Boy Rick" and "Sorry To Bother You"
 
Peace & Plenty ist der Titel der Ausstellung in der Albertina, und so heißt das Hotel auf den Bahamas, in dem viele Zeichnungen Erwin Wurms entstanden. Erwin Wurm im Interview mit CastYourArt.By office@castyourart.com (CastYourArt).
 
Ten years ago, street artist Banksy set up The Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill in Lower Manhattan in New York. It was his first official exhibition in New York, a mock pet supply shop, “open for pet supplies / rare breeds / mechanically retrieved meat”. With this installation that featured sausages and hot dogs in terrariums, and fish stic ...…
 
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12018/CaseClosed612.mp3 Jack Webb is Jeff Regan, Investigator on our first story for this week’s Case Closed. We’ll hear The Man Who Came Back, their story from August 21, 1948. After that 21st Precinct brings us their episode, The Fire Escape, which first aired January 26, 1955. Do ...…
 
David Norman discusses the November Impressionist and Modern sales in New York. In particular, Norman looks at the Picasso and Monet markets, the participation of Asian buyers, the bidding patterns on top lots like Edvard Munch's Scream, Alberto Giacometti's Chariot and Pointing Man, the role of guarantees and the right strategy for bringing lo ...…
 
Matthew Bourne, whose "Swan Lake" comes to Dublin in 2019
 
Ciarán Hodgers chats about his debut collection "Cosmocartography" (published by Burning Eye Books)
 
Anson Leeds has died, leaving behind a puzzling will. A judge asks Richard Rogue to investigate.By vinny@otradio.net (Virtual Vinny).
 
Natasha Bieniek’s works shrink the everyday down into microcosms. Her tiniest paintings are only 4 x 5 centimetres. Natasha talks about how she is reviving the tradition of miniature painting and why she has shifted from portraiture to landscape painting.A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy.Our 2018 podcast program is supported by the Go ...…
 
Edward Goldman gives suggestions for holiday gift shopping.By webmaster@kcrw.org (KCRW, Edward Goldman).
 
Artist and Bar Fund LA Grant Recipient Yoshie Sakai talks about the good and bad experiences she's had with psychics, how to pick the right one for you, and the dangers of getting addicted, while making me laugh uncontrollably.
 
Irma is tired of her job and depressed. She feels she's meant for greater things. Irma is fed up with her job as a stenographer and finds herself being offered a job in show business.By vinny@otradio.net (Virtual Vinny).
 
Colin Davidson explains how Elgar inspired his flower portraits "Variations"
 
Morgan Bushe, director of "The Belly Of The Whale", his film about two drifters who hold up a small town amusement arcade
 
Daragh Downes reviews "No Bones" by Anna Burns (published by Flamingo/Harper Collins)
 
Siobhán Kane marks the 30th anniversary of the Japanese animé film "Akira"
 
Leschea and co-host Jayeff analyze the recent news that Toni Braxton’s $5M engagement ring mysteriously disappeared in the wake of her fiancé’s financial hardships. Bobby Brown sues Showtime and Dame Dash finally gets his.
 
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