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Coffee & Career Hour

Armine & Maria Jose

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A genuine & informative podcast on all things career - hosted by two career counselors and friends. From practical strategies to motivational & reflective content, this podcast is here to empower and guide you to find meaningful work, make informed career decisions, and reach your full potential. So, grab a cup of coffee and join in for some career talk.
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Welcome to the Maria Jose podcast, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by Josh Rose on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@joshsrose
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Tune in Every. Single. Week. Join Michael McEwan, Bryce Ritchie and Alex Perry weekly as they discuss the latest news and views from across the game. The bunkered Podcast has featured guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the game – from Greg Norman, Jose Maria Olazabal and Gary Player, to Colin Montgomerie, Ian Woosnam and Paige Spiranac – and has racked up listeners in more than 150 different countries. If you like plenty of opinions and absolutely zero fluff, this is the gol ...
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Official Remixer for Rihanna, Nick Jonas, Ariana Grande, Kristine W, After Romeo, Amannda, Martha Wash, Offer Nissim, Maya Simantov, Syn Cole, Aggro Santos, Gloria Trevi, María Jose, Lucia Mendez and many more. Releases under Republic Records, Guareber Recordings, AMUSE, Congos, Universal, etc
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Maria Kang No Excuses

Maria Kang No Excuses

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Maria Kang shares the real deal in her unique, straight forward and often unfiltered approach to living a No Excuse Life. Listen to the entertaining happenings in-between her Facebook posts, kids athletic games and media appearances.
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WNYC, New York Public Radio, brings you Soundcheck, the arts and culture program hosted by John Schaefer, who engages guests and listeners in lively, inquisitive conversations with established and rising figures in New York City's creative arts scene. Guests come from all disciplines, including pop, indie rock, jazz, urban, world and classical music, technology, cultural affairs, TV and film. Recent episodes have included features on Michael Jackson,Crosby Stills & Nash, the Assad Brothers, ...
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Join us each week as we explore the exciting world of robotics, artificial intelligence, and autonomous machines. Each episode, Dr Claire Asher — science communicator and robot enthusiast — chats with robotics scientists from across the UK to find out how their cutting-edge research is influencing the future of every aspect of science, technology, and engineering, from the mundane to the extraordinary.
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Sextras

Mable Productions

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Sextras is a podcast about sex, dating, relationships and all the extras. Best friends Honey Jane Wyatt and Maria Jose Hayaux du Tilly paint a candid picture of relationships and dating in their 20s, from sharing funny stories, to sex tips, to hard life lessons learnt (and learning). Typical episodes go from heavy discussions about whether they're difficult to love to cringing at sex stories from their listeners and each other. Listen in to hear two girls talking about all the details of the ...
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Mind Escape is a Science & Philosophy Podcast dedicated to exploring the mysteries of life. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mindescape/support
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Because reading is interpretation, The Well Read Poem aims to teach you how to read with understanding! Hosted by poet Thomas Banks of The House of Humane Letters, these short episodes will introduce you to both well-known and obscure poets and will focus on daily recitation, historical and intellectual background, elements of poetry, light explication, and more! Play this podcast daily and practice reciting! The next week, get a new poem. Grow in your understanding and love of poetry by lea ...
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Opera San José is a professional, regional opera company that is unique in the United States. Maintaining a resident company of principal artists, Opera San José specializes in showcasing the finest young professional singers in the nation. In addition to mainstage performances, Opera San José maintains extensive educational programs in schools and in the community at large, and offers preview lectures and Introduction to Opera talks for all mainstage productions.
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Una mujer de Fe con habitos ejemplares dados por Dios, para una vida en balance. Matrimonio, familia, amistad, mujer, sierva. Aquí te dare todas las herramientas que Dios me dio para transformar mi vida en cada area.
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Crafts Drafts and Crime

Valerie Kramer & Jasmin Lopez

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A true crime podcast that will make you think, occasionally laugh, and speculate to your heart's content. Contrary to our title, we do not drink/discuss alcohol in our regular episodes (that’s what the website and Patreon are for- in specific areas for those who are interested)! Trigger warning: mature and disturbing content are involved in each episode. There is also lots of explicit language.
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Breaking down science, technology, engineering and math in a way that the rest of us can comprehend and utilize in our daily lives. Imagine a Lex Fridman for the everyman, translating the complex thoughts of the worlds greatest thinkers like Lee Cronin, Razib Khan and the CTO of Signal, preeminent encrypted messaging app. This podcast is inspired by Andrew Huberman, Lex Fridman, Chamath Palihapitiya, Jason Calacanis, David Sacks, David Friedberg, Jocko Willink, Tim Ferris, Balaji Srinivasan.
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EMPLOY

TOWARDS ENHANCING NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS' TRANSITION TO GRADUATE WORK

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The EMPLOY project is a three-year project involving researchers from six universities across Europe who have been exploring the experiences of non-traditional students and graduates making the transition to life and work after university. In particular, EMPLOY is concerned with what needs to be done to enhance the possibilities of non-traditional university students moving to meaningful and sustainable graduate work. More information can be found on the project website: employ.dsw.edu.pl or ...
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Welcome to "I Heart Mooresville," where the heart of Mooresville, North Carolina, comes alive through the voices of our passionate hosts, Christine Patterson and Don Smyle. Christine, Arts & Events Manager for the Parks & Recreation Department with the Town of Mooresville, and Don, the Marketing Manager for Parks & Recreation Department with the Town of Mooresville, invite you to join them on a journey through the heartbeat of our charming town.
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Hey, I'm Liz Luyben, mystery author. I have a historical Dutch true crime podcast called Moord Podcast and many of my non-Dutch speaking friends have been asking me to start an English language version. I have been telling them to simply learn Dutch as it's a wonderful language but apparently it's hard or something... So here we are! In search of lost crime focuses on mysteries from the old country, a missing aviator in the Netherlands in 1915, a forgotten cannibal on the Polish/German borde ...
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Cada semana, Vaticano presenta las últimas noticias desde el Vaticano por medio de aspectos noticiosos y análisis de las audiencia papales del Santo Padre y sus intervenciones, así como de entrevistas y acontecimientos mas significativos en el ámbito desde el corazón de la Iglesia Católica.
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Practical Radicals

Deepak Bhargava and Stephanie Luce

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How do underdogs, facing far stronger opponents, sometimes win? In this biweekly podcast, based on their book "Practical Radicals: Seven Strategies to Change the World," Deepak Bhargava and Stephanie Luce talk with some of the leading progressive organizers and thinkers today and share insights crucial for the fight to build a better society. You can buy the book and find out more about the show at www.practicalradicals.org
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Histórias de Portugal durante a período da II Guerra Mundial. Gentes, especialistas e memórias para escutar... Portuguese history during WWII. People, specialists and memories for your ear...
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Plantconomy Podcast

Plantconomy Podcast

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Hey, it’s Payton! Join me as I try to convince my buddy Carlos that nature isn’t scary! We will be talking to plant influencers, small business owners, and some of the biggest nurseries in the world. The goal is to ‘grow’ a deeper connection with nature, by understanding the industry, culture, and loving plant community 🥰🌱 Welcome to Plantconomy! (@Plantconomy on Tik Tok and Instagram) Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/plantconomy-podcast/support
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Rocking Chair Sessions

Rocking Chair Sessions

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Rocking Chair Sessions was created by Elysa D. Batista and Maria Theresa Barbist as a hybrid between an artist talk and a therapy session. South Florida based artists and creatives are invited to share their lives and artistic process while sitting in a rocking chair.
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Unfinished Justice is an inside look at the NYPD's Cold Case Squad. Each episode of this 10 part series follows the cold case detectives as they investigate – and hopefully solve – some of the most gripping cases to ever go cold at the NYPD. Unfinished Justice: Inside the NYPD Cold Case Squad is narrated by Vito Spano, the former commander of the NYPD Cold Case Squad from 2001 to 2004 and features other key contributors. The podcast shows the obsessive determination of Vito and his former co ...
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Welcome to the IEEE Brain Podcast Series. In this series, we interview some of the top subject matter experts in brain research and neurotechnology. IEEE Brain Podcasts provide you with access to the industry’s best of the best.
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The Wealth Academy Podcast host asks listeners, "Who doesn't want to be wealthy or at least financially secure. We agree with listeners that money is essential to being able to take care of one's needs and wants however there are more important aspects of life that create and define wealth. Our mantra is 'Wealth Is More Than Just Money." The Wealth Academy Podcast delves into a multitude of elements that constitute wealth and host Paul Lawrence Vann will provide solo broadcast and invite gue ...
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Destination Everywhere

Andy McNeill & Todd Bludworth

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Come along for travel adventures of a lifetime, as we join hospitality and travel entrepreneurs Andy McNeill and Todd Bludworth in search of the world’s best meeting and travel destinations. They’re checking-in with celebrities in the know, hospitality experts and native connoisseurs to discover inspirational venues and things to do. Explore the world’s most unique and desirable hotels, exotic foods with top chefs, and must-do experiences along the way. Andy and Todd go back to their favorit ...
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How does growing up an immigrant — born in one place, coming of age in another — affect who you become? How do the traumas of coming to a new country as a child affect early adulthood? Why are immigrants viewed as statistics rather than human beings with real thoughts, emotions, and aspirations? How does the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the term "DREAMers" enforce the perception of what a "good immigrant" looks like? We’ll explore these questions, and more, in our podcas ...
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Kevin is the host of THE FIT UNITED Podcast. From being a former banker-turned personal trainer and entrepreneur, he wants to share energetic, insightful and inspiring conversations and interviews around fitness, health, and the things that allow us create our best, most fulfilled lives. “Fitness” is not just physical - it comes in many forms. He hopes to answer the question: What role does fitness play in really living our best lives? Through these inspiring conversations, his goal is to gu ...
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Thank you for joining me on this journey to explore the wonderfully damaged people that make the world turn. This podcast is not about reliving, revisiting, or exploring the trauma of a person, but of the strengths that is born of these traumatic ripples that make us stronger in life as we briefly navigate through or reflect back on the pain that birthed it. May you find the strength you need or it ignites the curiosity of how strong you are, how strong you can be, and know that the strength ...
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Spanish singer and songwriter Maria José Llergo grew up in the region of Andalucia, the home of flamenco music, where she learned violin, and listened to her grandfather sing. From these roots, she grows her own flamenco - and it has "wings" - the sounds of contemporary pop, R&B, and electronica to augment and transform the style. Where there could…
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The Hall of Famer Rosie Casals and I had a world class chat, as it was a real honor to have the former world #3 and one of The Original 9 players that created the WTA on the show. Rosie talked about what it was like growing up in tennis in San Francisco was like, and how Billie Jean King showed her how to become a more disciplined athlete, and how …
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Hosted by Christine Patterson, Arts and Events Manager for the Parks and Recreation Department, and Guest Host Alyssa Anderson, Arts & Events Coordinator with the Parks and Recreation Department for the Town of Mooresville Wishing Don Smyle a fun and safe vacation! Welcome to the "I Heart Mooresville", your go-to destination for an engaging and inf…
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Brooklyn-born rapper, producer & founding member of Flatbush Zombies, Erick the Architect released his debut solo LP, I’ve Never Been Here Before, in February. While it’s full of trenchant social commentary, it’s also focused on dealing with loss and finding freedom in vulnerability. The tracks draw from funk, gospel, soul, reggae and jazz, with th…
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Divya merges her biopharmaceutical career with her extensive experience as a coach, author, consultant, and speaker. She has a passion for coaching and the sincere desire to make a positive impact on people led her to develop effective evidence-based leadership and partnership programs. Divya is a light that shines that positively impacts the life …
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Michael, Bryce and Alex sit down to pick at the bones of the 2024 Masters Tournament. Is Scottie Scheffler boring? Why Amen Corner is the greatest stretch in golf. How many majors is Ludvig going to win? Does Rory need a new caddie? Plus so much more. Elsewhere, there’s chat about Rory’s rumoured move to LIV (what a load of nonsense) and golf’s TV …
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Claire chatted to Vassia Simaiaki from Wayve all about computer vision, artificial intelligence, and self-driving cars. Vassia Simaiaki is passionate about taking research into application and has spent the last decade of her career in computer vision. She leads AI research in vision and graphics at Wayve. Her focus is pushing the boundaries of nov…
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Tonight I sit down with friend of the show, author, and artist Ian Jaydid. We were going to do a different show, but given the Graham Hancock debate we are going to review that and go over the facts and reactions. We will also discuss similar subjects. *Watch our documentary “As Within So Without: from UFOs to DMT”: ⁠ https://youtu.be/ao9fyP-lS2I?s…
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Deerlady is the name of the band led by singer and bassist Mali Obomsawin and guitarist and singer Magdalena Abrego. Mali was part of the folk rock trio called Lula Wiles; then she released her album of Indigenous jazz called Sweet Tooth in 2022, drawing heavily on her Abenaki heritage. Magdalena, a Chicago-born guitarist whose parents migrated fro…
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Like many players on tour, John Millman has had an incredible journey in tennis. The youngest of 5, he was snubbed by Tennis Australia as a junior and used that as motivation to grind, and he went to Europe as an 18 year old. It wasn't until after his 2nd shoulder surgery that he cracked the top 100. In 2018 he beat Roger Federer in the 4th round a…
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Hosted by Christine Patterson, Arts and Events Manager for the Parks and Recreation Department, and Guest Host Amy Sherrill, Arts & Events Coordinator with the Parks and Recreation Department for the Town of Mooresville Wishing Don Smyle a fun and safe vacation! Welcome to the "I Heart Mooresville", your go-to destination for an engaging and inform…
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London vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and producer Cosmo Sheldrake creates songs and sound worlds out of people, places, creatures, plants, fungi, and collected sounds. With his combination of traditional instrumentation and electronic production, field recordings, and both human and more-than-human voices (birdsong and insect choruses), Sheldrake…
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And just like that, it’s over! Scottie Scheffler is the 2024 Masters champion. In their final commute from Augusta National, Michael and Alex reflect on the world No.1’s dominant final round performance, Ludvig Aberg’s spectacular major debut, Collin Morikawa’s final round hiccup, and much more besides. Consider this the Sun Day Pod, if you will. T…
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The stage is set for a truly thrilling Masters Sunday... and what better way to start it than by tuning in to the penultimate episode of the Masters Commute from The bunkered Podcast. Michael and Alex break down a spectacular Saturday at Augusta National and set the scene for a potentially epic final round. Can anybody stop Scottie Scheffler? Will …
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Well, then... that was a WILD day. Strap in as Michael and Alex recap one of the most extraordinary second rounds in Masters history. Michael’s eats humble pie on Tiger but mounts a stirring defence of Rory McIlroy’s caddie Harry Diamond. There’s talk, too, about the (many) big names who won’t be around for the weekend and the guys answer your ques…
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Tonight I sit down with friend of the show, author, psychologist, and Native American mound researcher Dr. Gregory Little. Greg set up an experiment for people going to Native American mound sites in the path of the solar eclipse on April 8th, 2024. The purpose of the experiment was to record data and magnetic anomalies. *Here is a playlist of all …
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Claire chatted to Danesh Tarapore from the University of Southampton all about fault detection, division of labour, and robot swarms. Danesh Tarapore is an Associate Professor at the School of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton. Danesh has addressed a diverse range of challenges in fault detection and recovery in robo…
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Day 1 of the 2024 Masters is in the books and, with some players still to complete their first rounds, Bryson DeChambeau leads the way by one from 2022 champion Scottie Scheffler. Our men in Augusta, Michael and Alex, reflect on a compelling start to the tournament. Should be surprised by Bryson’s start? What to make of Rory McIlroy’s one-under sta…
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Honduran-American artist Lorely Rodriguez, known professionally as Empress Of, is a singer, songwriter, musician and record producer based in Los Angeles, California. Her albums are full of bright, indie pop that mixes dance music, electronica, trap, and on her most recent album, Latin music. Empress Of’s new album, her fourth, is called For Your C…
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In this episode of the International Enneagram Association podcast, we speak with Rev. Nhien Vuong, an Enneagram thought leader, spiritual mentor, and founder of Evolving Enneagram, a community-centered organization whose mission is to transform human ecosystems around the globe using a contemplative, wholeness-based approach to our individual and …
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The waiting is almost over... it’s time for the 2024 Masters to begin! Well, whenever the rain allows it to, that is! Michael and Alex have a rather grim weather update to start today’s Masters Commute. The bad news? It’s going to be wet on Thursday. The good news? The rest of the week looks a whole lot better. Elsewhere, there’s chat about Greg No…
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Michael and Alex are back with the second Masters Commute of the week – although it very nearly didn’t happen after they had a run-in with local cops en route to Augusta National this morning. Find out what happened (it’s very funny) and, in the same ep, get the chaps’ thoughts on Tiger Woods, Jon Rahm and all of the other big talking points as the…
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Join artists Zaachariaha Fielding and Alfie Lowe for their discussion of their collaborative work recently acquired into the AGSA collection and currently on display in Gallery 6.Image Caption: Zaachariaha Fielding, Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara people, South Australia, born Port Augusta, South Australia 1991, Alfred Lowe, Arrernte people, Norther…
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Hosted by Christine Patterson, Arts and Events Manager for the Parks and Recreation Dept., and Don Smyle, Marketing Manager for Parks and Recreation Welcome to the "I Heart Mooresville", your go-to destination for an engaging and informative radio show that brings the pulse of Mooresville right to your ears. Broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 am to…
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Join us as we delve into the power of self-awareness and the vital internal work that paves the way for career advancement. It's not just about climbing the corporate ladder. In this episode, we explore the intricate dance of behavior, language, and energy that can distinguish you in the professional world. As we navigate the complexities of profes…
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In the past two decades, progressives have gotten far more savvy at the strategy we call “narrative shift,” learning how to challenge the dominant story and change the common sense on key issues. For example, on same-sex marriage, activists drove a sea change in public sentiment — from 27% support in 1996 to 71% in 2023. And research shows that Occ…
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It’s officially Masters week and you know what that means: daily ‘commutes’ from The bunkered Podcast. Michael and Alex are kicking things off this week from their (very fancy) Airbnb close to Augusta National. Michael details his travel nightmare, Alex gives his account of a solar eclipse unlike any other, and there’s chat about Ludvig Aberg's jac…
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Hear from Adelaide Biennial artist Jessica Loughlin and learn more about her commission for Inner Sanctum in Gallery 10.Image Caption: Jessica Loughlin, born Melbourne, Victoria 1975, depth of field, 2020, kilnformed and handground glass, 47.0 × 47.0 × 3.0 cm; Private collection, Courtesy of the artist, Sabbia Gallery Sydney and Caterina Tognon Art…
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Less known among the enormous oeuvre of Hans Heysen are his monotypes. Join Associate Curator Maria Zagala as she introduces Heysen’s monotypes in the context of the 18th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Inner Sanctum.Image Caption: installation view: 18th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Inner Sanctum , Art Gallery of South Australia, Adel…
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Welsh musician and songwriter Gruff Rhys (of Super Furry Animals, the pop outfit known for their catchy songs and weird videos) poetically harnesses both the gritty and the trippy in his own music. But he’s also a composer, producer, filmmaker and author. His latest release, the 25th album of his career (individually, collaboratively and as a membe…
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Join Gallery Guide David Roach as he explores Florence Fuller's work Inseparables and Mother and Child on display in Gallery 3C.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: Florence Fuller, born Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1867, died Gladesville, New South Wal…
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join Gallery Guide Jill Swann as she discusses 'The Lovebirds and the Matchmaker': Hans Heysen, Selma Bartels and Mrs. Maude Vizard Wholohan.For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auImage: Hans Heysen, born St Pauli, Hamburg, Germany 8 October 1877, died Mt Barker,…
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia. Join Adelaide Biennial artist Heather B. Swann in conversation with Adelaide Biennial Curator Jose Da Silva as they share insights about what Inner Sanctum means to them. For more information visit agsa.sa.gov.auPhoto: Sam Roberts…
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Thank you for listening to this track produced by the Art Gallery of South Australia.Join Adelaide Biennial artists Lillian O'Neil, Jessica Loughlin and Teelah George, facilitated by Leigh Robb, Curator, Art Gallery of South Australia, as they share insights about their work and explore what Inner Sanctum means to them.Photo: Nat Rogers…
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