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Best Latest News For Visual Artists podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Latest News For Visual Artists podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required.
 
ElectronicRhythm.com : Catch up with the latest news, trends, tech gear, producer/dj software and much more.Past music guests have included : Yousef, Gregor Treshor, Florian Meindl, Miss Kittin, Nadja Lind, Noad Pred, Andreas Henneberg, Stephan Bodzin, Audio Injection, Tony Rohr, Kyle Geiger, Djuma Soundsystem, Luigi Madonna, Tom Hades, John Tejada, A. Trebor, DJ Onionz, Gel Abril, Justin Steel and many many more. Don't miss out! Subscribe today.The Underground Movement Show Podcast is based ...
 
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The uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has upended the daily lives of children across the globe, leaving parents and caregivers struggling to explain the changes. Two medical students in California say their desire to help bridge that gap in understanding inspired them to write a free children's book, titled "Why We Stay Home." Authors Samanth…
 
During the pandemic, we've profiled front-line workers whose jobs have been deemed essential. One such employee is Savoya Taylor, a line-worker for ComEd, the utility that powers Chicago. She's the company's first female overhead electrician -- and now she's training one of her daughters to follow the same path. Taylor shares her Brief But Spectacu…
 
Beloved comedy writer, actor and director Carl Reiner died Monday night of natural causes. His prolific career spanned seven decades and influenced virtually every entertainment genre, from television to Broadway theater. Amna Nawaz takes a look back at Reiner's accomplished life. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fu…
 
Voivod guitarist Daniel “Chewy” Mongrain is our guest this week. We discuss the Canadian perspective on the recent protests inspired by the murder of George Floyd and his country's response to the pandemic, he looks back on Voivod's most recent studio album, The Wake, tells us about how Voivod got invited to play the Montreal International Jazz Fes…
 
As the Black Lives Matter movement strengthens nationwide, calls are increasing for equity in all sectors of American life -- including on Broadway. An all-star cast of Black theater artists has launched a new effort, Black Theatre United, that aims to elevate Black voices within the arts and beyond. Jeffrey Brown reports for our ongoing coverage o…
 
Apple changes everything (again) and forces a decision for every filmmaker...and, no, it's not whether to use the handwashing feature in the watchOS. Plus, we pay tribute to legendary (and dividing) filmmaker Joel Schumacher and we answer an Ask No Film School question that pits an episodic approach vs. tackling an indie feature.…
 
Throughout the pandemic, the NewsHour has highlighted courageous front-line workers who are keeping the country running in the face of unprecedented hardship. Bridget Rhodes is one of these essential workers, a 911 dispatcher in Portland, Oregon, who has offered a calm voice to many callers suffering with COVID-19. Rhodes offers her Brief But Spect…
 
Continuing the Keys to Great Paintings Series, Linda discusses the importance and how to create focal areas. In association with this talk, this month's Painting Challenge compositions. Become a patron and explore the painting challenge with Linda at https://www.patreon.com/user?u=10537779 Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFi…
 
Amid dual national crises of a pandemic and outrage over racism and police brutality, books provide opportunities both to learn more and to find distraction from reality. Jeffrey Brown talks to writer Jason Reynolds, the Library of Congress' ambassador for young people's literature, about summer reading lists for youth that fit the current moment. …
 
As the country faces a moment of reckoning about its treatment of Black Americans and other people of color, the display of memorials, monuments and statues is being reexamined. Some of these symbols are being torn down by protesters, and others removed by authorities or relocated. But what is the historical context behind their origin? Jeffrey Bro…
 
Although the coronavirus pandemic presents unprecedented challenges for people living through it, humans have endured similar health ordeals in the past. Jeffrey Brown speaks to two historians, Frank Snowden of Yale University and Nancy Bristow of the University of Puget Sound, about how previous pandemics have shaped societies. It's part of our on…
 
Volumes vocalist Michael Barr is our guest this week. We talk about his journey from exiting Volumes to eventually returning to the band, and we get an update on the band's next album. Michaels tells us about their recently-released standalone single, "Pixelate," its message about the dangers of growing up staring at a computer screen, the digital …
 
This week's theme is how Dinosaurs will adjust to the new world. It's woven into a few of our topics. In addition to talking about Chris Pratt and his open invitation to discuss pizza with us on the podcast, we cover updates from Mac, Adobe's maybe intentional leak of Canon specs, and of course the news that writers are being mistreated by Hollywoo…
 
American artists of all kinds are responding to the pandemic with new creations. As Jeffrey Brown reports, the art can serve as both a call to action and a means of healing -- for maker and audience alike. The story is part of our ongoing arts and culture series, Canvas. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Five-time Grammy-winner Mary Chapin Carpenter has sold 15 million records and was scheduled to spend the summer touring and releasing a new album. But when the pandemic hit, she shifted to "Songs from Home" online, attracting a huge following. In song and in conversation with Amna Nawaz, Chapin Carpenter addresses our current challenges. It's part …
 
The Sword axeman Kyle Shutt is our guest this week. We discuss the recent release of two rarity, b-side and live compilations, Chronology 2006-2018 and Conquest of Kingdoms, the difference between the two, and the effects of taking a hiatus as a band after 15 years. We also discuss how Primus brought the band back together, how the death of Neil Pe…
 
Today, cameras are almost ubiquitous on mobile phones, and anyone can be a photographer. In this new technological landscape, millions of lenses are focused on the major events of a tumultuous period. For this Race Matters report, Jeffrey Brown looks at the power of the camera to shape and shift public perceptions -- now and in the past. It's part …
 
Today is Friday, June 12th, which is the date given by Governor Gavin Newsom for film and television productions to (possibly) restart in the state of California. But with potential spikes and the need to implement safe sets, what else needs to be in place in order to safely jump back into work? Plus, we share our recommended viewing from our re-po…
 
Chinatown is typically a vibrant and bustling staple of New York City. But as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the area became a ghost town, and some people there experienced xenophobic attacks. In response, longtime resident Karlin Chan created a neighborhood community patrol to keep everyone safe. Chan offers his Brief But Spectacular take o…
 
As the weather warms, gardening is providing a dose of sanity and fresh air for people who have been cooped up amid the coronavirus pandemic. Piet Oudolf, one of the world's foremost landscape designers, is deeply familiar with the restorative properties of gardening. In a virtual visit, he talks to Jeffrey Brown about how plants can provide nouris…
 
Legendary thrash metal vocalist Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth (Overkill) is our guest this week. We discuss his supergroup cover band, BPMD (featuring Mike Portnoy, Phill Demmel, and Mark Menghi), we break down their album track by track as he shares his memories of seeing the songs performed live in the 1970s, learn how Saturday Night Special and bustin…
 
The pandemic continues to inflict chaos on the $42 billion global movie business. With many theaters closed, film festivals canceled and production on hold, big chains including AMC Theatres say they fear for their very survival. The upheaval wrought by coronavirus comes as the dominant Hollywood economic model was already challenged by the popular…
 
Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles "Let It Be" album, the last release by the famed British foursome. Ethan Russell was the photographer who took the album cover's images of the band members. Christopher Booker spoke with Russell about witnessing the end of The Beatles. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pb…
 
We are living in interesting times, to say the least.Prior generations have fought similar battles and faced similar challenges. Ashamedly, they faced this very battle time and again. But there is something very different about this time right now and it relates to you. You, the filmmaker.By No Film School
 
Long lines to enter stores. Anxiety about finding food on the shelves. Boarded up businesses and barren streets. Journalist and author Dawn Turner says this pandemic has afforded everyone the chance to understand what people who live in poor communities faced long before COVID-19. Turner offers her humble opinion on why we all need to make a connec…
 
For analysis of the deeper systemic issues that are underlying the country's civic unrest, Judy Woodruff talks to Roxane Gay, a noted essayist and author whose work frequently addresses issues of race, identity and privilege; Anna Deavere Smith, award-winning playwright and actor; and Tay Anderson, a Denver school board member and activist who has …
 
Within Temptation vocalist Sharon del Adel is our guest this week. We discuss the band's latest standalone single, "Entertain You," the song's lyrical exploration of why people film altercations instead of helping humans in distress and the debate of filming being used as evidence versus getting involved. We also talk about how the majority of sile…
 
Todd Johnson is the youngest pastor in Warren, Ohio, and preaches at the oldest black Baptist congregation in Trumbull County. He says he has always felt driven to help the people he serves, especially during difficult times -- such as when a community member was killed by police in January 2019. Pastor Todd Johnson offers his Brief But Spectacular…
 
Playwright and pioneering AIDS activist Larry Kramer has died of pneumonia at age 84. He fought for greater resources and awareness of HIV, as well as for gay rights, during the 1980s and 1990s. Kramer was also a novelist and nonfiction writer who was taking on the topic of the coronavirus pandemic at the time of his death. Jeffrey Brown looks back…
 
Author Tayari Jones wrote the introduction to a new edition of Ann Petry's 1946 novel "The Street," our May pick for the NewsHour-New York Times book club, Now Read This. Jones joins Jeffrey Brown to answer reader questions about the "The Street," and Jeff announces the June book selection. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshou…
 
Nita Strauss is back on the show! This time we discuss Nita's new guitar tutorial website, iwanttoplayguitar.com, the story behind the programs she's created for guitar players of all levels, how learning from instructional videos was very important to her as a developing musician, and the teacher-student relationship that she has experienced acros…
 
During this pandemic, people have turned to streaming entertainment services in record numbers. One of the bingeable offerings available is "Never Have I Ever," a new series on Netflix from actor and producer Mindy Kaling. Amna Nawaz talks to one of the program's stars, Poorna Jagannathan, about how the show blends humor with poignancy and addresse…
 
Former NBA owner Donald Sterling made a series of racist comments; this is how the men who worked for him responded.Documentary subjects are rarely as camera savvy as these ones. The moment Blackballed covers unfolded on camera in the media. In order to get closer to the actual experience, emotions, honesty, and authenticity experienced by the men …
 
This week, we reminisce and share more about the impact, influence, and legacy of filmmaker Lynn Shelton. We also dive into the world of possibilities created by the Unreal Engine 5 and the new support of Apple ProRes in Adobe Premiere. Plus, a Deep Cuts Speed Round featuring TV Pilots.By No Film School
 
Married couple Chante and Ron Drew are truck drivers transporting groceries and other essential supplies across the country. They take turns driving and sleeping. But when they came down with COVID-19, their ability to hit the road -- and earn an income -- vanished. They offer their Brief But Spectacular take on living through coronavirus. PBS News…
 
Amid a global pandemic comes a novel about a global pandemic. Lawrence Wright wrote "The End of October" before the new coronavirus was discovered in China, but some of its chapters feel ripped from today's headlines. Wright joins Jeffrey Brown to discuss returning to fiction after years in journalism and what inspired his prescient story. It's par…
 
Musician Pat "Mother Blues" Cohen has long met adversity with music. She lost her New Orleans home to Hurricane Katrina and relocated to North Carolina with assistance from the Music Maker Relief Foundation, a group that supports blues musicians. But now, the coronavirus pandemic has hit very close to home. Jeffrey Brown reports for our American Cr…
 
Nightwish vocalist Floor Jansen is our guest this week. We discuss the band's new album, Human. :II: Nature., whether there were any concerns about releasing it during the quarantine, working with a real choir and orchestra instead of using samples, and finding her vocal timing in the studio, as well as how COVID-19 has taught people to slow down i…
 
In a world full of real artists, why not create a virtual one? We chat about CAA’s newest signing, the digital Lil Miquela, whether folks are saying Qui-bye to Quibi, and Aputure’s new 600d along with a new round of Deep Cuts.A heads up as you dive into this week's conversation: we've been adjusting some of our sound settings and piloting our podca…
 
Our guest this week is the unique and legendary Jonathan Frakes. He was a lead on 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' before he transitioned to the directing chair. To get his shot at directing he had to learn a ton from the craftspeople around him. But he also applied his history as an actor to his process, resulting in an ability to be an extremely …
 
Khemmis bassist Daniel Beiers is our guest this week. We discuss the band's new release, Doomed Heavy Metal, why he calls it a mini-album instead of an EP, how they chose which live tracks made it onto the album, and the band's plans for an eventual full-length album. Beiers also talks about how his job as an engineer has kept him extremely busy du…
 
In This Moment vocalist Maria Brink is our guest this week. We discuss the theme behind the band's new album, Mother, how the death of family members influenced the writing and recording of the record, the visual aspect of In This Moment's live presentation and the difficulty of making that work on a budget, how collaborating with different singers…
 
Justin Roiland is best known as the co-creator and lead vocal talent behind the immensely popular show 'Rick and Morty'. Mike McMahan went from a 'Rick and Morty' writer's assistant to a showrunner along with Roiland. Now they've got a new show 'Solar Opposites' (May 8 on Hulu). We won't sugar coat it... this interview gets strange. But you should …
 
There are a couple of announcements in this Art Chat--challenges, services and a new format. Join Linda as she discusses new painting challenges, new services she is offering on her Patreon page (patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler), and most importantly how these art chats will cover many difference skills/techniques of painting. This chat starts of…
 
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