show episodes
 
A weekly podcast that brings the biggest stories in the art world down to earth. Go inside the newsroom of the art industry's most-read media outlet, Artnet News, for an in-depth view of what matters most in museums, the market, and much more.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Poetry Podcast

Poetry Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Daily+
 
Podcast about the Harlem Renaissance and the poems influenced by this time period. Cover art photo provided by Jean-Philippe Delberghe on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@jipy32
  continue reading
 
Noble Sissle, who lived from 1889 to 1975, participated in and witnessed some of America's great moments in history associated with culture and racial equality. Known throughout history as a music lyricist and orchestra leader, Sissle was an ambassador of goodwill for America from World War I with the renowned Harlem Hellfighters' Regimental Band to the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s to entertaining millions of military service persons with the USO in World War II to playing for presidents, ...
  continue reading
 
The American Idea explores America's Founding principles and their effect on American history and government. Through thoughtful conversations with renowned academics and public figures from across the country, we examine the history and political thought behind our country’s greatest documents and debates, as well as contemporary issues, American popular culture, and political statesmanship. The podcast is a production of the Ashbrook Center and hosted by Jeff Sikkenga.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
House of Words Podcast

Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly+
 
House of Words is a bi-weekly podcast about Writers, Authors and the Written Word. Each episode brings you behind the scenes of your favorite novels, screenplays, lyrics or stand-up routines and the people who created them.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
I Love This, You Should Too is a podcast about sharing the things you like with the people you love, regardless of how terrible you think their taste may be. Hosts Indy Randhawa and Samantha Randhawa take turns introducing the other to beloved movies and other pieces of pop culture, and try to convince them that they should love it too. Sometimes they agree, sometimes they argue, but either way, they still have to live together. I Love This, You Should Too! is a proud member of the Alberta P ...
  continue reading
 
Tune in to the award-winning, Reed, Write, & Create podcast to hear bite-sized pep-talks for BIPOC writers at every stage of the writing game. Author, educator, and creative writing coach, Lori L. Tharps (award-winning author of ”Hair Story,” ”Kinky Gazpacho,” and ”Substitute Me”) knows how hard it is to stay motivated and inspired to write - whether you’re working on that debut novel, a gut-wrenching memoir, or an essay about your trip around the world. Writing can be your passion, but that ...
  continue reading
 
This podcast series follows courses taught by Dr. Kera Lovell at the University of Utah's Salt Lake City Campus and Asia Campus. Season 1 - Experiencing Public History Season 2 - US History (HIST 1700) Season 3 - Interviews on Public History
  continue reading
 
Join us as we take a journey through black culture and the arts. Host Kimberly Smith brings the live Love Jones Experience to a podcast format. You will be challenged, entertained, but most importantly have a Love Jones Experience.
  continue reading
 
The 757 Renaissance Man is an innovative podcast, where we empower entrepreneurs, leaders and creatives that benefit the Hampton Roads area. The name is inspired by the Harlem Renaissance; Hampton Roads is going through a similar time. We celebrate the music, the art, the history, and the culture told from the perspective of the people living it. #2up2down
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Dear Culture, the podcast version of the conversations you’re already having with the people you don’t even realize you know. Every week, cultural commentator and editorialist Panama Jackson will be a tour guide through some intersection of Blackness and culture. Bringing his years of experience writing and commentating on the culture from an educational and entertaining viewpoint, Dear Culture will engender everything Don King meant when he uttered the words, “...and that’s the B ...
  continue reading
 
How have writers, illustrators, film makers, and musicians shaped the American experience? In this podcast series historian Dr. Darren R. Reid explores American history through the lens of the artist. From classic comics books to music and film, this podcast examines how art and artistry has reflected and informed the American experience. Featured iTunes podcast (January and February 2014), #1 episodes in Education and Higher Education. Current series, "Comic Book Studies" explores the histo ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Episode #28 of the podcast is dedicated to the literary life and legacy of Jessie Redmon Fauset, the most prolific novelist of the Harlem Renaissance, and also, sadly, the most overlooked and under-appreciated. On this episode of the Reed, Write, & Create podcast, I will be sharing Fauset’s fascinating life story, as well as four reasons why she is…
  continue reading
 
Sam pops in to tell you about a very special project they’ve produced called “Harlem & Moscow” To listen to Harlem and Moscow in full visit: Apple, Spotify, PodLink or search “Harlem & Moscow” on YouTube or wherever you listen to podcasts. Harlem and Moscow is an audio drama based on the true story of the Harlem Renaissance in the Soviet Union. In …
  continue reading
 
Harlem and Moscow is an audio drama based on the true story of the Harlem Renaissance in the Soviet Union. Red Flags, is the official companion podcast to Harlem and Moscow. In this episode of Harlem and Moscow: Red Flags, host Panama Jackson is talking to experts about the people of the Harlem Renaissance who went on this trip to Moscow back in 19…
  continue reading
 
We've got basketball on the brain as the NBA playoffs approach, so we're sharing a Dear Culture rewind with BIG3 co-founder Ice Cube. The legendary rapper is pleased with BIG3's progress but is frustrated with the lack of respect he says the 3-on-3 league has yet to feel from the NBA. Ice Cube doesn't hold back as he shares his thoughts with Panama…
  continue reading
 
Enneagram is a system of typology that utilizes a symbol comprised of 3 different shapes, it breaks personality down into 9 types. It has its roots in ancient philosophy and mysticism, but also is used in modern psychology. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss its validity, uses, and limitations. This show is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online ther…
  continue reading
 
World War 1 had a profound and far-reaching impact on American politics, government, law, international standing and, perhaps even more significant, on American culture and society. Many of the most important movements of the 20th Century - Civil Rights, Women's Suffrage, the growth of government power and size - have their roots in how America and…
  continue reading
 
In this episode we are covering the 2023 film One True Loves based on the novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid. We discuss the uneven pacing, expositional sister, yogurt commercial lighting, charming performances, product placement, and of course the romance of this adaptation. I Love This You Should Too is hosted by Samantha & Indy Randhawa One True Loves…
  continue reading
 
Lorraine Hansberry might not be a familiar name to most, but what she did for the world of writing is undeniable and important! Check it, love it share it! Warning: May Contain Spoilers Created by: Cristo M. Sanchez Written by: Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Hosted by: Jason Nemor Harden Music by: Creature 9, Wood, Cristo M. Sanchez and J…
  continue reading
 
Next week, the art world will descend into the Venetian Lagoon for the Venice Biennale, the most highly anticipated art event of this year. The Brazilian curator Adriano Pedrosa is at the helm of the prestigious group exhibition, which is now in its 60th edition, and his show includes more than 300 artists and collectives presented in the historic …
  continue reading
 
Baltimore filmmaker Alvin Gray has mastered turning viral moments into independent films at lightning speed. His latest project, "The Actor that Got Chased Around the City," has garnered big buzz, and he dropped the news he was working on it right here on Dear Culture. We revisit our conversation with Gray, who talks about the power of Tubi and dis…
  continue reading
 
Jeff moderates a panel with mayors of four small towns in Ohio, discussing their work and the importance of good local government and how we can, with our neighbors, play an essential role in America’s civic life. This episode was recorded live at one of the Ashbrook Center’s recent “Major Issues Lecture Series,” held at Ashland University. Host: J…
  continue reading
 
If there was a Mount Rushmore for psychology our Subject today would definitely make the cut. Today we talk about the mythopoetic, esoteric, and eccentric genius that would expound on Freuds theory and create a framework of thought, identifying a collective soul of humanity that would influence us all whether we realize it or not. This show is spon…
  continue reading
 
We’re talking romance all month! Samantha kicks it off with the novel Maybe Once, Maybe Twice by Alison Rose Greenberg, Indy has the epic French war romance A Very Long Engagement (Un long dimanche de fiançailles), and we preview next week’s big watch One True Loves. I Love This You Should Too is hosted by Samantha & Indy Randhawa A Very Long Engag…
  continue reading
 
Every two years, the Whitney Museum of American Art returns with its signature and much-anticipated biennial. Founded in 1931, the Whitney Biennial is one of the most historically important art events in the United States, a survey that brings together artists from throughout the country, and more recently, from around the world. Often controversia…
  continue reading
 
As Bravo's Summer House: Martha's Vineyard kicks off season two, we revisit our conversation with lawyer, queer civil rights advocate, and reality TV star Preston Mitchum. The fan favorite dishes about his reality TV experience, including the responsibility he feels to represent the Black community positively. The Ohio native also discusses the all…
  continue reading
 
Building a winning team - in business, education, sports, or the military - is hard, essential work; sustaining excellence over time is, perhaps, even harder. Kari Pickens, head coach of Ashland University’s Women’s Basketball Team, knows a lot about both, and shares her experiences and insights with Jeff in this episode. Kari’s reflections are als…
  continue reading
 
Ketamine is a dissociative anesthetic typically used to induce anesthesia, as well as manage pain. It’s used recreationally and can be extremely dangerous, closely related to PCP. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss the promising possibilities for this drug as a treatment for mental health conditions, especially depression and suicidality. This show…
  continue reading
 
This episode was originally published on Monday May 3, 2021 It’s like Cabaret mixed with a fever dream about real estate in a wig factory run by Cher. Join us as we discuss the 2010 classic Burlesque! Plus, air rights, filofax, Louboutin, twitter, ghosts, and more! I Love This You Should Too is hosted by Samantha & Indy Randhawa Burlesque is a 2010…
  continue reading
 
On episode 27 of the podcast, award-winning poet and debut novelist, Phillip B. Williams, is on the show. You might have heard about Williams because his brand new novel, Ours, was one of Oprah’s most anticipated books for 2024. Ours is an epic story about a conjure woman named Saint, who goes around destroying plantations in the south, and then fr…
  continue reading
 
Burn with us as we dive into Ray Bradbury's most honored novel - Fahrenheit 451! Warning: May Contain Spoilers Created by: Cristo M. Sanchez Written by: Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Hosted by: Jason Nemor Harden Music by: Creature 9, Wood, Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Follow us on instagram and facebook for the latest update…
  continue reading
 
Well, it is the end of March, spring has sprung, and April showers are coming in fast and furious. We're back with the monthly Art Angle Round Up, where we focus our attention on three headline-making stories that have made the rounds in the last month. This week, Art Angle hosts Ben Davis and Kate Brown are joined by Artnet brand editor William va…
  continue reading
 
The title alone caught Panama Jackson's attention; we're talking about 'The American Society of Magical Negroes.' Some call it one of the worst films ever made, so Jackson and Wypipologist Michael Harriot spent their hard-earned money on movie tickets to answer the question, just how bad is this movie? Connect with theGrio Black Podcast Network See…
  continue reading
 
Jeff is joined by Congressman Jim Jordan (OH-4, R) to discuss some of most essential elements of a leader, as well as some of the most pressing challenges facing American today. They discuss government-sponsored threats to the First Amendment,and the challenges presented internationally by Russia and China. Host: Jeff Sikkenga Executive Producer: G…
  continue reading
 
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints decided they would move on from the practice of polygamy in the early 20th century. Not all members agreed which caused a fracture where some practitioners wanted to follow more fundamentalists teaching. The FLDS was born and created fertile ground for Warren Jeffs to plant his evil seeds. Join Dave a…
  continue reading
 
In our discussion of the 1962 classic To Kill A Mockingbird we get into the differences from Harper Lee’s novel, the justice system, childhood, innocents, innocence, child actors, chifferobes, racism, classism, and more! I Love This You Should Too is hosted by Samantha & Indy Randhawa To Kill a Mockingbird is a 1962 American coming-of-age legal dra…
  continue reading
 
A few years back, electrifying bidding wars and monumental transactions routinely had us all on the edge of our seats in the auction room, but this sort of in-room excitement now feels a long way off. Although you wouldn't necessarily know it from the triumphant post-sale press releases that are just as routinely put out by the auction houses who a…
  continue reading
 
This week Aaron enthralls the lads with the beginnings of the comic book legend who came from immigrant parents to selling millions of copies of his creation Captain America before being drafted into the Second World War and returning to comics and finding himself at the mercy of exploitative publishers once again!…
  continue reading
 
Who created Freaknik? Where did it go wrong? Will it ever make a comeback? Dear Culture is answering all your questions about the legendary picnic-turned-street party that took over Atlanta during spring break in the late '80s and early '90s. The announcement of the Hulu documentary Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told made people panic as flashb…
  continue reading
 
With the Senate now having to consider a House bill that would force the sale of TikTok or ban the app in the United States, it's time to get the truth on why this social media platform is not like Facebook or Instagram or others. Jeff is joined by foreign policy expert Michael Sobolik of the American Foreign Policy Council to discuss what TikTok i…
  continue reading
 
The prophecy claimed that a virginal maid would emerge from the woods and regain the crown for France…in 1412 Joan of Arc was born a peasant and by the time she was a teenager she would be leading the would be kings army to end the 100 years war for France, all guided by her communication with the divine. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss her extr…
  continue reading
 
Why don’t directors know how basketball works? We talk a bit about My Cousin Vinny and Joe Pesci’s albums, then we get into the novels of Harper Lee, but not too much, because next week we will be doing a deep dive into the film To Kill a Mockingbird! The Catwoman Basketball Scene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNlmRId2FVQ&ab_channel=KyleColeman …
  continue reading
 
On episode #26 of the podcast, I’m using the life of the illustrious Langston Hughes, to give you a pep talk on how to make a living with your writing. Even in hard times. Did you know that Langston Hughes is recognized as the first African-American writer to make a living solely from his writing? Yes, Langston Hughes was definitely the hardest wor…
  continue reading
 
Join us as we explore David Foster Wallace's most famous novel! Warning: May Contain Spoilers Created by: Cristo M. Sanchez Written by: Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Hosted by: Jason Nemor Harden Music by: Creature 9, Wood, Cristo M. Sanchez and Jason Nemor Harden Follow us on instagram and facebook for the latest updates and more! And d…
  continue reading
 
The contemporary art world is nothing if not confusing. It is simultaneously deeply frivolous, and takes itself way too seriously. Its business dealings combine total mystification with conspicuous consumption, and the exact mechanisms by which one type of art gets celebrated above another are very often impossible to figure out. If you've ever str…
  continue reading
 
This week Johnboy treats the lads to the tale of London’s earliest policing, which was run by a stolen goods thief and fence who secretly organized theft into a scam that saw victims and thieves taxed alike to his benefit, before a rogue thief and routine prison escapee beloved by the public brought his reign to a bitter end!…
  continue reading
 
Between the years 1845-1852 the Irish lost 1/8 of its population to starvation and related illness, while an equal amount emigrated away from the country. These horrific conditions caused lasting effects on the Irish that have lasted into the present. Join Dave and Greg as they discuss The Irish Potato famine. This show is sponsored by BetterHelp. …
  continue reading
 
We are talking all about the pinkest and blondest movie we’ve covered (in the last month) Legally Blonde! We discuss video essays, drab east coast clothes, dogs, cross-country stalking, friendships, sorority life, sexual harassment, blonde jokes, true villains, and more! Oh, and fuck brunettes, right? I Love This You Should Too is hosted by Samanth…
  continue reading
 
It has been 17 years since James Fuentes first hung a shingle out under his own name. In the years since, he has carved out a unique position in the contemporary art world, representing an eclectic mix of older, sometimes overlooked artists, alongside younger, buzzier names. Prior to striking out on his own, Fuentes worked for a handful of high-pro…
  continue reading
 
We had to take this week off, so we decided to drop an old patreon episode if anyone wanted to get a sense of what those episodes are like! This one is the introduction of some of our favorite characters... "We talk about a bad date and some Russian opera, but this one is really dominated by a couple of Southern Gentlemen." Join us at: https://www.…
  continue reading
 
With 11 albums under his belt, rapper and educator Dee-1 is here to stay. The New Orleans native uses his platform to spread positivity in hip-hop and has no problem calling out successful artists he feels are hurting the culture. He isn't shy about his mission to rid the most popular music genre in the country of drugs, violence, and misogyny, whi…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide