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Rogues Gallery

27th Letter Productions

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Kristen, Mike, and Chris investigate pop culture's most memorable villains, antiheroes, and misunderstood monsters to find out how they make being bad look so good. New episodes every other Wednesday.
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Casenotes

Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

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This fortnightly podcast from the Physicians' Gallery at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh presents stories from medicine, past and present
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On The Gallery Floor

Luke Shears & Piers Inkpen

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On The Gallery Floor is a new contemporary art podcast where artists and audiences get to interview each other. Both have questions. Both have answers. Listen as they demystify that weird but wonderful thing known as contemporary art.
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Sightlines

Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society

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Your monthly guide to the visual arts in Dunedin and beyond. Join presenter Sally McMillan in conversation with art creators, collectors, conservators, and curators. Proudly brought to you by the Dunedin Public Art Gallery Society.
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The Whispering Gallery

Whispering Gallery Podcast

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Spooky, supernatural, unexplained, paranormal art The Whispering Gallery podcast explores spooky, spine-tingling and hard-to-believe art stories; including cursed paintings and gems, paintings and prints of monsters, hauntings, UFOs and more. We look at art history a little differently. Learn about the spooky side of art guided by artists from around the world, and throughout history. Suzanne Nikolaisen sparks your imagination with spine-tingling and hard-to-believe art stories that are best ...
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Art Talks discusses ways in which artists are pioneering a new era of creativity, experimentation, and artistic expression. Hosted in collaboration with leading contemporary art gallery HOFA , we bring tech innovation and critically-acclaimed digital artists together to explore themes of identity, cultural heritage, creative process, digital and CryptoArt.
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Libertines, Lotharios and Complete B******s. True stories of history's most badly behaved men and women. Join roguish host Simon Talbot as he uncovers the disreputable lives and fascinating times of historical hellraisers like Giacomo Casanova, Catherine the Great and Errol Flynn, along with a bawdy cast of colourful characters that you may not have heard of. Become a Lovable Rogue because everything is more fun in period costume.
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A podcast for emerging artists seeking information about making their way in today’s art world. We interview fellow artists, curators, collectors and gallery owners to garner sage advise for creative professionals.
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Royally Obsessed

Gallery Media Group & PureWow

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Hear ye, hear ye! We're Royally Obsessed, the podcast for all things royal! Hosts Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito chat about the latest news from Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Montecito and beyond. From exciting guests—like Princess Diana's former private secretary Patrick Jephson, Tina Brown, Andrew Morton and more—to detailed dissections of royal fashion, it's like gabbing with your Kate Middleton-obsessed friends every week over a cocktail. New episodes air every Thursday. Follow ...
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The Week in Art

The Art Newspaper

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From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. An award-winning podcast hosted by Ben Luke. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Hosted by michael faith, Art Affairs is meant to give you a look at and into the New Contemporary Art community, featuring conversations with artists, gallerists, curators, printmakers, and more! The goal, throughout, is to continually shine a spotlight on the human side of the wonderful work they do.
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A true crime podcast exploring the Serial Killers from the USA. Each episode will be talking about a serial killers from each of the States!! The podcast explores and focuses on the victims, the crimes, the investigation and the outcomes. Bonus episodes will explore crimes that are yet to be solved and what the latest updates are. This podcast will have a new episode every 2nd Friday! Episodes available now, as well as a bonus Episode.
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PORTRAITS

National Portrait Gallery

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Art, biography, history and identity collide in this podcast from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Join Director Kim Sajet as she chats with artists, historians, and thought leaders about the big and small ways that portraits shape our world.
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The Heart Gallery Podcast

Rebeka Ryvola de Kremer

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The Heart Gallery Podcast brings you artists and creators that confront the issues of our time, help us create deeper relationships with other inhabitants of this planetary home, & inspire compelling visions of the future. Rebeka Ryvola de Kremer is the creator and host of The Heart Gallery Podcast. She is an illustrator and creative education strategist, and works primarily with humanitarian, climate, and social change organizations. She also has a studio art practice where she applies less ...
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Behind the Glass Gallery Podcast

Richard Colon x Quajay Donnell

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Behind the Glass Gallery podcast is a monthly talk with the current month's BTG Roster. Artists are interviewed about their submissions and we dive deep into their process, inspiration and thought process centralized around their artwork in the Behind the Glass Gallery located in the heart of Downtown Rochester NY. Hosted by Richard B Colón and Quajay Donnell
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Art Bazaar

The Alternative Gallery

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Hear how art shapes our world! The Art Bazaar podcast speaks with unique creators from around the world to see how art impacts everything around us. In addition to these rich conversations there will be tons of helpful information for independent artists building a career in the arts. This podcast is perfect for artists, art lovers & anyone seeking interesting conversations. Episodes are released every Wednesday with bonus episodes released randomly. Brought to you by the Alternative Gallery.
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Heart to Heart Podcast is a show that features the stories of people who have used art and creativity as their vehicle for change. On the show we will have artists, mentors, entrepreneurs including industry professionals - basically people from different walks of life. In each episode of the podcast, our guest speakers will talk about their life, career path, what they learned along the way and what advice they would give to other creatives in the world of art and entrepreneurship. The podca ...
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The Picture Love podcast is for photo lovers who believe in celebrating our best captured memories through reminiscing. Each episode will UPLIFT through caring conversations, INFORM listeners about ways to preserve life’s best photo memories in lasting systems and formats & to INSPIRE each other to take action meant to enrich and strengthen our connections. Host, Kris LeDonne, will share wisdom from her 20+ years in memory preservation & education, and we'll enjoy conversations with select g ...
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Steven Shalowitz interviews celebrities and influencers on where they'd go if given a one way ticket - no coming back! Destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or a state of mind. Some of his guests have included: Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; CNN's Richard Quest and Bill Weir; Journalist-Humorist-Actor Mo Rocca of CBS Sunday Morning & The Cooking Channel's "My Grandmother's Ravioli"; Bronx Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr.; Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Jose Ramos-Horta; ...
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The Beginner Photography Podcast is a free weekly podcast hosted by professional photographer Raymond Hatfield who interviews world class photographers of all genres who share what they wish they knew when they got started so you can grow your creative photography skills faster! The podcast is brought to you by CloudSpot.io, the client gallery system that is always #EmpoweringPhotographers
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Ever wonder what makes your favorite artists tick? On The Spark Parade podcast, your host Adam Unze geeks out with the artists and entertainers you love about their cultural spark of inspiration. You’ll hear from artists like Margaret Cho on Velvet Goldmine, Chris Gethard on Gross Point Blank, Sleater-Kinney on Patti Smith’s Horses, Bob The Drag Queen on The Color Purple and many more. The Spark Parade. Your favorite entertainers. Their favorite entertainment.
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The CMO Podcast

Gallery Media Group & Jim Stengel

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Jim Stengel, former CMO of the largest marketer in the world (Procter & Gamble), and now small company entrepreneur sits down for intimate conversations with the most dynamic CMOs from all over the industry. This is not your typical marketing podcast, this is a unique look at the thought process and motivation of the CMO. Jim, who put purpose on the map gets in depth with each guest to reveal more about this pivotal role every brand seeks to fill. Through personal and revealing discussions J ...
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See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
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Welcome to Time Travelling TeamP, the weekly Doctor Who podcast where two friends review every episode of Doctor Who right from the very beginning. Each week we will be looking at The Doctor, the companions, the villains, and the story as a whole. New episodes drop every Monday. | Email: timetravellingteamp@teampproductions.com | Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @TimeTeamP | Artwork by: Dinko Jun (email: dinkojun364@hotmail.com) (deviant art gallery: https://www.deviantart.com/soulbrake) | Mu ...
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The Padang Sessions

National Gallery Singapore

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Discover the best conversations recorded live at National Gallery Singapore, home to the world’s largest public collection of Southeast Asian modern art. We have handpicked our favourite talks and lectures for you to experience, wherever you are.
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A lively bi-monthly podcast exploring international emerging and established artists and art influencers. Hosted by British Art Historian, Art Advisor and Gallerist Juliet Rees-Nilsson, based in Scandinavia, who brings her open fresh approach to art and art collecting with great co-hosts and insightful conversations.
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Each Friday, NZ Herald Deputy Political Editor Thomas Coughlan covers off the biggest political news in New Zealand, going behind the headlines and giving the inside perspective direct from the Beehive, featuring interviews with politicians, press gallery reporters and economic and political experts. And join us every month for a Local Edition episode with Georgina Campbell, looking at the biggest concerns from a local government level. You can find more politics news at nzherald.co.nz/politics/
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Talks at TBG+S

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) is a leading artists’ studio complex and contemporary art gallery in Dublin City Centre. Founded in 1983 - by artists, for artists. At Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, we place artists at the centre of what we do. Our mission is to support the development of artists and the creation of art. We achieve this through high quality studio provision and an ambitious exhibition programme. We support an inclusive environment of learning and creativity and nurture cl ...
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Join The Ghostly Gallery Podcast as Bruce and Tracy have a Horror Movie Discussion! In this episode, Bruce and Tracy pay homage to the legendary Roger Corman and discuss the 1964 classic film “The Masque of the Red Death”. Later in the hour, they share their thoughts on the new 2024 movie release “Abigail”. Please make sure you are following The Gh…
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Original Release Date: June 14, 2011 A beautiful woman hires Rogue to get her husband to help her get her husband to come back to her. They find her husband dead. Original Air Date: November 7, 1945 Quote of the show: “I left Liza burning Like Mrs. O’Leary’s barn.” Originated in Hollywood Starring Dick Powell as Richard Rogue Support the show month…
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Wednesday, May 22nd This week we’re talking about Cobra Commander #5, Blood Hunt #2, Blood Hunt Union Jack the Ripper #1, Nightwing #114, Spider-Gwen The Ghost Spider #1, The Butcher’s Boy #1, Blood Squad Seven #1, White Boat #1, and more! Then we’ve got thoughts on some new trailers as well as TV and movie news, our take on the X-Men ’97 finale, a…
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SummaryIn this episode, Vic discusses the case of Anthony Sowell, also known as the Cleveland Strangler, who was responsible for the murders of 11 women in Ohio. Vic expresses outrage at the treatment of the victims, who were often marginalized and ignored by society and the police. The episode provides details about Sowell's upbringing, his time i…
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Associate Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture, Elle Freak, discusses the surrealist drawings of Dušan and Voitre Marek in the context of the 18th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Inner Sanctum.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: installat…
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"Pod away from her you cast!" Okay, well that doesn't really work. But this movie sure does! 45 years later and James Cameron's Aliens is still very high on the list of greatest sequels ever made. Join us as we strap in for an express elevator ride to hell and discuss why it's anything but Game Over for this action/horror classic. Topics include: w…
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Find out why 69 is just a number to Regency England's most rampant geriatric - William Douglas, 4th Duke of Queensberry, 'Old Q'. It's a heart warming tale of hot chocolate, comfy blankets, early nights and Greek-themed orgies. How does a man in his 80s 'please' the ladies? How fast can you drive a carriage? Why should you never accept a milkshake …
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Send us a Text Message. Did you know that the average person encounters 10,000 commercial images in a day? That neighborhoods where people have lower incomes tend to have more advertisements for unhealthy foods and have more stores selling and advertising commercial tobacco? That the majority of images we see of the African continent are mostly fro…
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Whispering Gallery Podcast WGP: Clue of the Crumbling Cake Paintings A still life is a category of artwork that dates back to the 1600’s. A collection of things brought together (inanimate) gathered often on a table for the artist to work from and reference. The artist can work with this grouping of items, coming back over one or more sessions to c…
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Luke and Piers talk to the curator Ros Carter about her exhibition, Pia Arke: Silences and Stories. Conversation topics include researching Pia Arke, how to ensure an artist’s legacy, what is needed to curate an exhibition, the importance of physical making processes, and Piers’ poorly put together facts about Greenland.…
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During his forty-year career, master lithographer Fred Genis (1934 – 2022) worked in the United States, Europe, and Australia, collaborating with leading artists from around the world. His working life spanned monumental eras in the 20th Century art including the American Abstract Expressionist movement of 1960s and 70s New York. The Grafton Region…
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Keltie Ferris was born in Kentucky in 1977 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated with a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2006.Keltie has had recent solo shows at Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Morán Morán, Klemm’s Gallery, Gana Art Sounds, the Speed Museum in Louisville…
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Spring showers bring May garden parties! This week, Prince William enlisted his family to help host the second (and soggiest) Palace Garden Party. Also, we’ve got details on the royal (adjacent!) wedding of the year; a recap of the Chelsea Flower Show, plus a flashback to that time Kate hosted the Queen in 2019. Grab a Lady Whistledown cocktail and…
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In this episode of the Beginner Photography Podcast, I chat with Nate Crawford, a vibrant food photographer who turned his passion into a thriving career. Nate outlines the essence of connecting with brands, stressing the importance of a strong portfolio and personalized follow-ups. He also delves into the technicalities and emotional aspects of fo…
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From the Smithsonian's Sidedoor podcast, we bring you a special episode about the tiny new portraits appearing in our pockets and purses. The faces on our coins tell our national story. But until recently women were mostly absent. Host Lizzie Peabody follows the money to find out who gets to be 'heads' in a big new batch of women-only quarters. Gue…
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It's always fun to go someplace new. In this case, it's the Hilbert Museum, which is part of Chapman University. It's a museum that opened in 2016, but it's just recently reopened with two major wings and some incredible art. I had the fortune of walking, talking, and interviewing Mark Hilbert, who is the person who really designed and gave all the…
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Singer/songwriter Sasha Alex Sloan was so taken by the limited series Fleishman Is In Trouble that it inspired a song on her new album Me Again. Sloan connected with the series' themes of facing middle age, the breakdown of relationships and the pressures put on women to be all things at once. Be sure to check out Me Again which is out now and lear…
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The Nordic Art Agency is a participating host in the fourth edition of Southern Sweden Design Days which takes place between the 23–26 May 2024. This is an international design festival in Malmö which invites visitors from all over the world to experience the best the creative southern Swedish design region has to offer. In this podcast designer He…
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In this episode of the Beginner Photography Podcast, I chat with Wedding Photographer Casey Fatchett, who shares how to make the most of the gear you have. Together, we explore the common misconception that newer equipment automatically leads to better photos and emphasize the importance of understanding and mastering your current gear. Casey share…
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Kenneth Meshoe was born in Pretoria and is the fourth of seven children. He completed his Matric Certificate in 1972. In 1975 he graduated from the University of the North with a Secondary Teachers Diploma. In 1976, he married Lydia and they have three children, Olga, Esther and Joshua. In 1983, Kenneth went to Shekinah Bible Institute in Kingsport…
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This episode “Finding Glimmers in Your Photos” is a continuation of last week's episode with Dot Rock. Dot shares the emotional significance of photos during divorce, touching on themes of love, trauma, and self-reflection. facing past memories the challenges of organizing digital photos. importance of self-compassion healing power of acknowledging…
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On this episode of Art Affairs, i talk with artist Sean 9 Lugo. We discuss how he first got into graffiti as a teenager in New Jersey, how comics have inspired his work over the years, his love of Philadelphia and the Philly art community, and a whole lot more! Also mentioned in this episode: Bloodmilk, Doze Green, Corey Arnold, Case Maclaim, Ekund…
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We take a tour of Tate Britain’s new exhibition, Now You See Us, featuring more than 100 women artists who worked between the 16th and 20th centuries, with Tabitha Barber, its curator. The Dia Art Foundation has reached its half century and its director, Jessica Morgan, tells us how it has changed in that time, and especially how it has radically e…
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Green MP and MP for Rongotai, Julie Anne Genter, made headlines at the start of May after she crossed the debating chamber and yelled at Minister Matt Doocey during a Parliamentary debate. She is now facing disciplinary action by the Greens and has been referred to the Privileges Committee. Now, in her first sit-down interview since this incident, …
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We have a jam-packed episode this week. First up, we're joined by award-winning journalist, broadcaster and friend of the pod Afua Hagan (she was with the Sussexes over the weekend), who gives us a first hand account of the couple's trip to Nigeria. Also, a fiery new portrait of the King, a joint engagement for William and his Pa, a flashback to th…
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Alicia Adamerovich (B. 1989, Latrobe, PA) is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She received her Bachelor's of Design from Pennsylvania State University in 2013. Adamerovich has been a recipient of several residencies including the Del Vaz Projects Residency (Los Angeles); Moly Sabata Artist Residency, Albert Gleizes Foundation (Sablons, FR); and Pa…
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In this episode of The Beginner Photography Podcast, we explore the invaluable skill of critiquing your own photos to elevate your art. By understanding what your images are trying to convey and asking targeted questions like "Where does my eye go?" and "How is the visual weight and composition?", you can discern the strengths and areas for improve…
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Join The Ghostly Gallery Podcast as we welcome author and horror genre enthusiast, Tom Deady to the show! Tom is the 2016 Bram Stoker Award-winning author for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. A few of his novels include “Haven”, “Eternal Darkness”, “Of Men and Monsters”, and his newest release “Those Left Behind”. Listen in as Tom discusses h…
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The guest today on The CMO Podcast is Shane Murphy-Reuter, the Chief Marketing Officer of Webflow, the 11-year-old company that is disrupting the business of building websites and other digital experiences. Webflow empowers people to design, build and launch websites…without coding. Webflow is well beyond unicorn status; its valuation is north of $…
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Today's podcast is a little different because I went to the Western Spirit in Scottsdale and we filmed Dr. Larry Len Peterson give a lecture. He just released his new book, "Edward Curtis:Printing the Legends." It's a great book, and he took us through Curtis's life for over an hour. I would recommend watching this one so you can see the different …
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EP 11 - Emily is a digital artist whose work with code and computation draws inspiration from physical media such as textiles, collage, and wallpaper. Her work is internationally renowned with exhibits at the Singapore Art Science Museum, Times Square, and HOFA's recent New Beginnings show, amongst many others. We discuss Emily’s journey from softw…
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Shannon and The Clams vocalist Shannon Shaw has been drawn to Patsy Cline's smooth, sad, devastating voice since she was a small child and the songs on Patsy Cline's 12 Greatest Hits have had a huge impact on her own songwriting. The desperation in the storytelling, the songs' soaring bridges and choices in Cline's vocal delivery have provided a wr…
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Release Date: June 7, 2011 A man who owes Rogue $500 sends him and another man he owes money to, each half of a treasure map. Rogue hasn’t received his half and the other creditor is killed for his. Original Air Date: October 25, 1945 Support the show monthly at https://patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at https://sup…
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Wednesday, May 15th We’ve got a lighter comics week with Amazing Spider-Man Blood Hunt #1, Doom #1, Venom Separation Anxiety #1, Godzilla 70th Anniversary #1, Masters of the Universe Revolution #1, Monolith #1, Doctor Strange #15, Choose Your Own Adventures Forecast from Stonehenge, Universal Monsters Presents Dracula HC, and more! Then we talk abo…
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In this episode of the Beginner Photography Podcast, I chat with nature photographer Christopher Gilbert to dive deep into the importance of matching your gear with your unique photographic style. Christopher switched from medium format to APS-C, not because of sensor size, but to find a system that complements his creative vision. Through our conv…
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In this episode of Picture Love Podcast, host Kris LeDonne shares The Divine Art of Receiving With guest, Dot Rock. Together they explore the concept of receiving help and support in various aspects of life including personal and professional relationships. Dot shares about her personal journey, professional work, and the support she provides to he…
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How did people in the past decide what to eat and what not to? What factors shaped their decisions? How did they obtain the information necessary to shape these decisions? And how did this information evolve over the course of the ‘early modern’ period (1500-1800)?In this talk Professor David Gentilcore explores the changing nature of the genre of …
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We are well and truly in Budget Month - while it's not delivered until May 30th, the Government has started their pre-Budget funding announcements, while Finance Minister Nicola Willis has delivered her first preview speech. This week, Thomas is joined by Herald Wellington business editor Jenee Tibshraeny and Interest.co.nz's Dan Brunskill to discu…
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We talk to The Art Newspaper’s reporter Sarvy Geranpayeh about her conversations with six Palestinian artists about their daily lives amid Israel’s ongoing military offensive in Gaza. Frank Stella, one of the key artists in the history of American abstraction, has died, aged 87. We speak to Bonnie Clearwater, the director and chief curator of the N…
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Welcome back to another episode of your favorite royal podcast. This week: It's garden party season! The King and other senior members of the royal family kicked off the festivities with the first Buckingham Palace Garden Party of the year. Plus, all the details on Prince Harry's quick trip to London (and Spencer family reunion), Archie's 5th birth…
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