Best Gallery podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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This audio series offers entertaining, informative discussions about the arts and events at the National Gallery of Art. These podcasts give access to special Gallery talks by well-known artists, authors, curators, and historians. Included in this podcast listing are established series: The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series, The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture in Italian Art, Elson Lecture Series, A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Conversationricans with Artists Series, Conversations w ...
 
Stay up to date with video podcasts from the National Gallery of Art, which include documentary excerpts, lectures, and other films about the Gallery's history, exhibitions, and collections.
 
Join legislature reporter Emma Graney, columnists Graham Thomson and Paula Simons as well as others in The Press Gallery, Edmonton Journal's Alberta politics podcast.
 
Mark Mathis from House Plan Gallery, one of the nation's leading home designers, reveals all of the "Insider" tips and resources that you need to get started building your family's dream home... Starting Today! Whether your just getting started or have built several homes before, this podcast is perfect for you! Each episode of the "Build Your Dream Home" podcast includes in-depth interviews with nationally-recognized residential design / construction experts that each provide helpful insigh ...
 
A fiction anthology podcast featuring short stories in the retro/vintage "punk" sub-genres, straddling science fiction, fantasy, and horror.
 
Face-to-Face is a podcast series from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Listen to Face-to-Face portrait talks, interviews with artists, and lectures from the museum. Face-to-Face portrait talks occur every Thursday at 6pm, in the museum. For more, see the Face-to-Face blog at http://face2face.si.edu/ and the National Portrait Gallery's website at http://npg.si.edu/
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Explore portraiture with insights provided by Curators, Historians, and Researchers of the National Portrait Gallery.
 
Life-long Peanuts fans and professional fussbudgets Molly Lewis & Josh A. Cagan discuss and dissect the animated specials. Podcast art by Lar deSouza.
 
Podcast by AGSA
 
The Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto is one of North America's leading art collections. Come visit and experience more than 4,000 artworks across 110 galleries. Visit http://ago.ca
 
This week's art events in New Mexico, courtesy of The Collector's Guide and F+W Media
 
The National portrait Gallery has on display over 1000 portraits featuring men and women who have shaped British history from the Middle Ages to the present day. The Gallery audio tour has commentaries on over 300 portraits and also features a number of short tours to help you find your way around this exciting collection. These tours offer a way of finding your route through the Gallery, taking in some of the best-loved paintings in the Collection and featuring some of the works that depict ...
 
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.
 
Audio guide to seventeen key works from the 2007 NGA George.W.Lambert Retrospective : heroes & icons shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. 29 June – 16 September 2007
 
Each week Gallery brings you a one hour taster directly from the world's best night club, Ministry of Sound, London. For more information head to www.thegallery-club.co.ukThis show is presented by Tristan D.
 
Mars Jupiter hosts the Peace Coast PodCast travelling through sound in the world of underground communities of artists, activists, and mostly musicians on their process and journey as 21st Century earth beings, finding creative spaces for peace.
 
Robert Whitaker, credited for shooting the Beatles in the most formative stages of their career, brought his very rare and large collection of fine art prints for an exhibition in our New York Gallery. Robert recounts the story behind the controversial “Butcher” cover for the Capitol Records release of Here, There and Everywhere among others. This video and the show include images of The Beatles as well as members John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
 
This major international exhibition is the first to explore the role and significance of portraiture within Pop Art, one of the most important and popular artistic movements of the twentieth century. Presenting a visual dialogue between American and British Pop, the exhibition focuses on key portraits by leading artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton.
 
Podcast of the city wide Gatherings for Gallery Church of Baltimore. For more information about our churches, or meeting times please visit: http://www.gallerychurchbaltimore.com
 
Another great podcast hosted by LibSyn.com
 
Founded in Venice, California in 1975, L.A. Louver gallery is committed to contemporary art through a distinguished exhibition program of Los Angeles based and international artists.
 
Audio guide to thirty-two works from the Turner to Monet: triumph of Landscape exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006.
 
Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin is a space which ignites curiosity and discovery where science and art collide. Part of the Global Science Gallery Network Pioneered by Trinity College Dublin.
 
Collective is committed to supporting new visual art through a programme of exhibitions, projects and commissions.Originally established as an artist run organisation in 1984, Collective is an international organisation for the production, research, presentation and distribution of contemporary art and culture with a specific focus on new visual art and practices. We aim to foster, support and debate new work and practices in a way which is of mutual benefit to artists and audiences. We beli ...
 
Mike Basinski takes you around all 18 sections of the exhibition with a detailed narrative of the life and work of James Joyce, including family portraits and photographs, Joyce's personal library, and the conception, evolution, and production of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake in dozens of displayed manuscripts, notebooks, and other priceless Joycian treasures.
 
Audio guide to thirty works from the National Indigenous Art Triennial 07: culture warriors shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
 
If you are looking to buy or sell a home, get all the information and the latest updates, tips, and tricks from The Home Gallery Team - your professional Delaware Real Estate Agents.
 
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.
 
Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
 
Audio guide to works from the The National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 15 July – 9 October 2005
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Three Centuries of Italian Art, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 28 March – 16 June 2002
 
Gavin has been a Dj On the Circuit for coming up on 20 years in 2014. I started out playing House in some of Dublin's Early Dance clubs like Spectrum/Sides D.C./Groucho's/Asylum/Life Bar/Red Box/ KItchen/Temple Theatre / Asylum. I have played with all the Top Dublin Dj's Pat Hyland , Mick Walsh , Liam Dollard , Davo Mc Donnell , Dean Sherry , Barry Dempsey , Lee Barnes , Paddy Sheridan , Davy Kaye , John O Dwyer , to name but a few.Gavin set up his own DJ business to cater for functions and ...
 
Dhalgren Gallery : The Artists
 
Podcasts from The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth. Through our podcast episodes you can take a walk through the Gallery and discover the many highlights from the State Art Collection and special exhibitions. Look for our podcasts in the iTunes Store.
 
Get away from it all and relax in a different world of sounds and pictures.
 
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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 ...…
 
All kinds of soldiering happened in Alberta politics this week, from the United Conservative Party-Soldiers of Odin controversy to the provincial government soldiering on with curriculum changes.Join Press Gallery host Emma Graney with guests Sarah O'Donnell, Janet French and Keith Gerein to take a look at those issues, along with UCP Leader Ja ...…
 
A pilot gets a strange warning on a dark and stormy night. CB Droege narrates.
 
Wednesday, October 10th: We’re talking comics for the week, including My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies GN, Hawkman #5, Spider-Geddon #1, Venom #7, Immortal Hulk #7, Domino #7, and more! We also cover a bunch of news out of New York Comic-Con, including development on TV shows for Wheel of Time, Chronicles of Narnia, The Mandalorian, Limetown, ...…
 
Caitlin Teal Price, artist and cofounder, STABLE, in conversation with John Pilson, photographer, video artist, and senior critic and acting director of graduate studies for fall 2018, Yale University School of Art Caitlin Teal Price presents new work exploring themes of daily routine and ritual in the solo exhibition Green Is the Secret Color ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art. The East Building of the National Gallery of Art houses an impressive collection of modern sculptures displayed throughout its many levels. Henry Moore’s Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece, Anthony Caro’s National Gallery Ledge Piece, and the enormous mobile, Untitled, by Alexander Calder were co ...…
 
Humans now change the Earth’s systems more than all other natural forces combined…but are we all equally responsible?In this episode, Sarain talks to scholars Zoe Todd and Heather Davis about decolonizing the Anthropocene. Then we break down the term “environmental racism” with Dr. Ingrid Waldron, sociologist and author of There’s Something in ...…
 
The Gallery Episode #G116 1: GRUM - NEVER BE ALONE2: RAZ NITZAN - SHOW ME THE WAY3: PAUL VAN DYK - MUSIC RESCUES ME4: GIUSEPPE OTTAVIANI - JAKARTA5: JAMES COTTLE - FOREVER YOUNG6: ALEX M.O.R.P.H - RUNNING FOR PEACE7: WRECHISKI & JASON ROSS - ATLAS*****GIUSEPPE OTTAVIANI LIVE FROM MOSCOW*****www.thegallery-club.co.uk…
 
#245: The Paula Simons Says See-ya (feat. TMX & Health) edition by The Press Gallery: Inside Alberta politics
 
A dark tale of mystery and romance set in Belle Epoch Odessa. Maria Rose narrates.
 
Wednesday, October 3rd: We’re talking comics for the week, including Superior Octopus #1, Shatterstar #1, Wonder Woman Earth One Vol 2 HC, Batman The Maxx Arkham Dreams #1, Champions #25, Dead Rabbit #1, and more! We also talk the new trailers for Star Wars Resistance and Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse, the Deadpool 2 PG-13 rerelease, and tha ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art. Referred to variously as “ABC art” or “primary structures,” minimalism displays the reductive aspects of earlier modernist trends that embraced geometric abstraction in painting and pure geometric forms in sculpture. In direct opposition to their abstract expressionist predecessors, minima ...…
 
Harry Cooper, senior curator and head of modern art, National Gallery of Art. It is often said that the National Gallery of Art is a collection of collections. All its acquisitions of art are the resultof gifts, whether of art itself or of the funds to acquire art. In the realm of modern art, one of the principal mechanisms of this generosity h ...…
 
Dig deeper into the science of the Anthropocene. No PhD required, we promise.What are the top ten things you need to know now about the science of our changing planet? We talk to Jan Zalasiewicz and Colin Waters, geologists from the Anthropocene Working Group, and Gaia Vince, author of the award-winning book Adventures in the Anthropocene. Warn ...…
 
Topics of discussion RCA SelectaVision VideoDisc (RIP); a pile of kid bones inside a general store; Easy Rider & MAS*H references… you know, for the kids! America's new favorite game: "Is That A Lump?"; Spearmint Suzy, who never found an audience; Dunderson Gunderfoot & other reasons to get picked on at camp; multiple kinds of adults in the PAU ...…
 
Between a press secretary shuffle and Premier Rachel Notley signing up to a teachers conference to counter an anti-pipeline message, Alberta politics this week was all about message control.If that wasn't enough messaging for you, provincial cabinet ministers will head to Ottawa to speak to senators ahead of Bill C-69 and UCP Leader Jason Kenne ...…
 
Wednesday, September 26th: We’re talking the huge week of comics for the last week of September, including Spider-Geddon #0, Faith Dreamside #1, Rolled & Told #1, Domino Annual #1, Heroes in Crisis #1, Doomsday Clock #7, and more! We also talk about a flood of Marvel TV and movie news, casting for Rainbow Six movies, the new director for Bond 2 ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art. In all of art history, only one movement dared to predict public and commercial success in its very name. The distinction is appropriate, because pop art was all about commerce and consumption from the beginning. Emerging in mid-1950s Great Britain and soon spreading to the United States, ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art. By the end of the 1950s abstract expressionism had begun to wane. Color-field or hard-edge painters, depending on their approach, adopted the large scale and rich palette of painters like Jackson Pollock, Barnett Newman, and Mark Rothko. Morris Louis poured paint onto huge unprimed canvase ...…
 
A trip to India by three UCP MLAs, including leader Jason Kenney, has caused quite the kerfuffle this week in Alberta politics.Join host Emma Graney with guests Clare Clancy, Keith Gerein and Janet French to discuss why that junket became a whole *thing* and the possible political ramifications.The team also takes a look at Tzeporah Berman's sp ...…
 
Wednesday, September 19th: We’re talking comics for the week, including Dick Tracy #1, Return of Wolverine #1, Captain America Annual #1, Amazing Spider-Man Annual #1, Black Badge #2, West Coast Avengers #2, and more! We also talk about new trailer for Mary Poppins Returns, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and of cou ...…
 
Mary Morton, curator and head, department of French paintings, National Gallery of Art. Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot is best known as the great master of landscape painting in the 19th century who bridged the French neoclassical tradition with the impressionist movement of the 1870s. In honor of the opening of the exhibition Corot: Women, Mary M ...…
 
Molly Donovan, curator of art, 1975–present, department of modern art, National Gallery of Art Rachel Whiteread, the first comprehensive survey of this British sculptor’s 30-year career, features drawings, photographs, architecture-scaled sculptures, archival materials, documentary materials on public projects, and several new works on view for ...…
 
Robert P. Kolker, emeritus professor, department of English, University of Maryland, and adjunct professor of media studies, University of Virginia. Stanley Kubrick’s films have occasionally been criticized as seeming cold or distant. The images and the stories they tell, however, speak another narrative of deeply held, ironically expressed pas ...…
 
Danica Chappell explores the malleability of analogue photography to create unique abstract works. Hear about the process and challenges behind the work she makes and her defining research at the Bauhaus museum after receiving a Jim Marks Postgraduate Scholarship.A conversation with MPRG curator Danny Lacy.Our 2018 podcast program is supported ...…
 
The Press Gallery podcast is back after a month hiatus, jumping right back into Alberta politics analysis with an NDP private member's bill to ban conversion therapy in the province.Join host Emma Graney with guests Clare Clancy, Keith Gerein and Dave Breakenridge to talk about that bill, due in the fall, as well as the Grande Prairie hospital ...…
 
What inspired photographer Edward Burtynsky and filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier to create an expansive art project exploring the Anthropocene? What does “Anthropocene” even mean? Why should we care? Hear these three world-renowned artists as you’ve never heard them before in this special in-depth interview with host Sarain ...…
 
Wednesday, September 12th: We’re talking comics for the week, including Star Trek TNG Terra Incognita #3, Hawkman #4, Crowded #2, Moth & Whisper #1, Cemetery Beach #1, Infinity Wars #3, and more! We also talk about the Captain Marvel pictures, Veronica Mars and Nancy Drew returning to TV, and Nick and Randy talk a lot about the new Spider-Man g ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art. In the years following the Second World War Europe was exhausted and slow to recover. Historians often speak about a shift in the art world's center of gravity from Paris to New York as the abstract expressionists claimed the spotlight. But the late 1940s and 1950s were a fertile, if troub ...…
 
Program: Music by Brouwer and Ginastera. Cuarteto Latinoamericano performs Leo Brouwer’s Third String Quartet and Alberto Ginastera’s Second String Quartet in this concert held at the National Gallery of Art on Sunday, January 29, 2017. Founded in Mexico in 1982, Cuarteto Latinoamericano is one of the world’s renowned string quartets. A leading ...…
 
David Gariff, senior lecturer, National Gallery of Art, August 14, 2018. From the mid-1940s through the 1950s painters in New York imbued their work with a heady new confidence, scale, and energy. Before and during World War II European émigrés poured into New York, including artists Max Ernst, Fernand Léger, Piet Mondrian, and the writer and s ...…
 
Introducing Sarain Fox: Anishinaabe dancer, activist, storyteller. In this conversation with producer Shiralee Hudson Hill, Sarain talks about growing up in Barrie, Ontario, taking PM Justin Trudeau on a tour through Shoal Lake 40, drawing inspiration from the events at Oka, and leaving New York City to join Idle No More protests. (Psst…she als ...…
 
Wednesday, September 5th: We’re talking comics for the week, including Elric The White Wolf #1, Silver Surfer Annual #1, Border Town #1, The Dead Hand #6, Avengers #7, Batman #54, and more! We also talk about casting for The Witcher and speculate on the next Die Hard, and check in on a new podcast and TV show we’ve been enjoying. Our Roguecast ...…
 
As the sun sets on another Alberta summer, the Press Gallery panel looks back on a highly eventful week that could foreshadow some endings for both politicians and projects.The fate of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is now certainly in doubt following a stunning Federal Court of Appeal decision that quashes the project's ap ...…
 
Topics Of Discussion: international sports star Caitlyn Jenner; the expansion of Charlie Brown's wardrobe; a refreshing departure from everyone just taking a dump in Charlie Brown's mouth; "The PN," our dark gritty reboot of The Peanuts; the Igloo Australia / Men In Black / Erase-O-Matic things; Freddy Fabulous From Fremont & The Fosbury Flop; ...…
 
H.P. Lovecraft month concludes. There will be pie. Wulf Moon narrates.
 
Wednesday, August 29th: We’re talking the fifth week of August comics, including Web of Venom: Ve’nam #1, Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #1, D&D Evil at Baldur’s Gate #5, Scarlet #1, Hunt for Wolverine Dead Ends #1, Extermination #2, and more! We also talk about Brendan Fraser as Robotman, speculate on Spider-Man Far From Home and the MC ...…
 
Katherine Hattam who has been a finalist in the National Works on Paper eleven times. Katherine talks about her two stage process of making work, her repeating motif of the table covered in everyday objects and why she is fascinated by the William Buckley story, featured in her 2018 National Works on Paper work He Forgot How To Speak English.A ...…
 
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