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Best Museum podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Museum podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Each week, the International Spy Museum will offer a new SpyCast featuring interviews and programs with ex-spies, intelligence experts, and espionage scholars. The SpyCast is hosted by Dr. Vince Houghton, historian and curator at the International Spy Museum. Dr. Houghton specializes in intelligence, diplomatic, and military history, with expertise in the late-WWII and early-Cold War eras. The International Spy Museum in Washington, DC is the only public museum in the U.S. solely dedicated t ...
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, presents “ARTMinded," a podcast produced by the Museum that offers new perspectives on the works in the Museum's permanent collection and special exhibitions. Each episode will provide unusual viewpoints that enhance and sometimes even challenge our customary engagement with artworks.
 
A naval history podcast from Preble Hall - the United States Naval Academy Museum in Annapolis, Maryland. Preble Hall will interview historians, practitioners, military personnel, and other experts on a variety of naval history topics from ancient history to recent history.
 
The National Air and Space Museum contains the largest and most significant collection of air- and spacecraft in the world. Behind those amazing machines are thousands of stories of human achievement, failure, and perseverance. Join Emily, Matt, and Nick as they demystify one of the world’s most visited museums and explore why people are so fascinated with stories of exploration, innovation, and discovery.
 
We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
Welcome to The Lonely Palette, the podcast that returns art history to the masses, one painting at a time. Each episode, host Tamar Avishai picks a painting du jour, interviews unsuspecting museum visitors in front of it, and then dives deeply into the object, the movement, the social context, and anything and everything else that will make it as neat to you as it is to her. For more information, visit thelonelypalette.com | Twitter @lonelypalette | Instagram @thelonelypalette.
 
More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Welcome to Empty Frames Season 1 is about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. Season 2 tackles other angles of art crime. We hear from the owners of an antique store who found a famous stolen painting, we discuss a stolen d ...
 
Hello, and welcome to the Mistholme Museum of Mystery, Morbidity, and Mortality. This Audio Tour Guide is aware that this is your first visit to the museum! On behalf of the Museum: Welcome! It’s a pleasure to have you with us here today. The Audio Tour Guide will be your window into the history of the museum and its exhibits today. Please note, that if you notice your version of the Audio Tour Guide behaving oddly, kindly ensure that you dispose of your Audio Device in the nearest incinerat ...
 
Design is Everywhere features stories of people and organizations using design to make an impact and change the world. Hosts Sam Aquillano and Liz Pawlak discuss topics with guests across the Design Museum’s 12 Impact Areas: Vibrant Cities, Healthcare, Social Impact, Workplace Innovation, Play, Sustainability, Education, Data Visualization, Entrepreneurship, Diversity, Business, and Civic Innovation.
 
Children are full of curiosity and questions about the world. Each Friday, join Molly Oldfield, the very first question writer (or QI Elf) on the BBC TV show QI and author of three books as she answers questions - with the help of experts from Neil Gaiman to the fish curators at the Natural History Museum - sent into the show by children around the world. If you're a kid with questions you want answered or if you want to learn interesting facts about life on earth, this is the award winning ...
 
Australia's only national museum of film, video games, digital culture and art - situated at the heart of Melbourne in Fed Square. Listen to our latest podcasts of live events, playlists associated with exhibitions, and more. Located at Fed Square. Open daily. #acmimelbourne www.acmi.net.au
 
Art Unbound showcases Portland’s creative community, shining a light on the city’s artists, filmmakers, musicians, and new media pioneers, as well as the partners who champion art and artists of all kinds. Episodes feature conversations between Portland-based creatives, bite-sized stories told by the artists about the objects that inspire them, and a series of episodes exploring the Portland Art Museum’s ongoing collaborations with institutions around the world.
 
A long-term thinking lecture series from The Long Now Foundation: these hour long talks are recorded live at The Interval, our bar / cafe / museum in San Francisco. Since 02014 this series has presented artists, authors, entrepreneurs, scientists (and more) taking a long-term perspective on subjects like art, design, history, nature, technology, and time. You can learn more about The Interval and this series at theinterval.org, where we have full videos of the talks on this podcast.
 
Dave Arnold, chef and inventor, answers listener questions on the latest innovative techniques, equipment, and ingredients in the food world. Each week on Cooking Issues, Dave solves your cooking dilemmas with his mile-a-minute stream of knowledge. Got a question on ike-jime, the Japanese fish killing technique? We got you covered. Hydrocolloids, sous-vide, liquid nitrogen? No problem. Have a question about pimping your oven to make great pizza? Give us a call. Occasionally Dave will invite ...
 
A tiny show guiding you through the rocky landscape of museums. Museum Archipelago believes that no museum is an island and that museums are not neutral. Taking a broad definition of museums, host Ian Elsner brings you to different museum spaces around the world, dives deep into institutional problems, and introduces you to the people working to fix them. Each episode is never longer than 15 minutes, so let’s get started.
 
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On May 20, 2020, the Creston Museum reopened to the public, making it one of the first museums in the province to reopen after the COVID-19 public health orders. To see what their first few days of being reopened were like and how they approached adapting their site to our new reality, today I’m joined by Tammy Bradford, Manager of the Creston Muse…
 
Over the course of this miniseries, we have explored the history of the bridges built over the Welland Canal. We’ve taken a closer look at the canal crossings that exist today, including the tunnels and the Garden City Skyway. And we’ve also peaked into the grimmer history of bridge accidents and disasters. We end the miniseries on a lighter note, …
 
Adam makes his return to the show to chat about two of the 1998 Bulls' most challenging opponents: the Pacers and the Jazz. In this episode, Kyle and Adam discuss the hobby landscape in the late '90s, their memories of the Bulls' final two opponents, and some of their favorite cards that feature these subjects.…
 
That's a wrap on Season One! Mistholme will return around August this year. In the meantime, please stay subscribed and like the Facebook page for more updates! Cheers, Dom EPISODE NOTES: The Mistholme Museum of Mystery, Morbidity, and Mortality is written, performed, and edited by Dom Guilfoyle. Published by That's Not Canon Productions. Like the …
 
Broadcaster Anneka Rice takes her friend, actor and writer Imogen Stubbs, to Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, the former palatial holiday home of Queen Victoria, where they get to explore the house’s opulent interiors, reminisce about the time Anneka landed in a helicopter there for the 80s TV show Treasure Hunt, and find out more about Victoria…
 
This month Hugo, Sushma (pre-furlough) and Sian talk about how lockdown is affecting them and their work. Curator Sarah Vowles gives us some in-depth insight into a monumental map of Venice made over 500 years ago by Jacopo de’ Barbari (a zoomable image of which can be found on our revamped Collection online at britishmuseum.org/collection). Volunt…
 
Theonset of the COVID-19 pandemic was swift and confusing, with breaking news and informationabout the virus changing seemingly by the hour. Around the world, art museums,as community gathering sites, have had to face difficult decisions. In thistwo-part series, six museum directors discuss the pandemic and itsrepercussions for their institutions. …
 
The British Museum’s South Asia Collection is full of Indian objects. Dr. Sushma Jansari, Tabor Foundation Curator of South Asia at the British Museum, does not want visitors to overlook the violence of how these objects were brought to the UK to be held in a museum. So for the 2017 renovation of the South Asia Collection, Jansari, who is the first…
 
Susana Martinez Vidal, author of Frida Kahlo: Fashion as the Art of Being, presents the 20 fashion lessons that she’s learned from Frida Kahlo. Watch the full video with captions on YouTube. The Museum at FIT (MFIT) is the only museum dedicated exclusively to the art of fashion in New York City. https://www.fitnyc.edu/museum…
 
Theme: Seeking RefugeArtwork: Parcel-gilt silver ritual ewer [http://therubin.org/2zm]Teacher: Kate JohnsonWhile the Rubin Museum of Art is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, we want to stay connected with you. We are sharing a previously recorded meditation session with you and hope that it will provide support during this uncerta…
 
Our sojourn through the hallowed pages of the Suffolk County News from 1920 hit a speedbump this week when it turned out that no digital copy was available online. To help us sort things out, we called on Chuck Henry. Chuck is the IT Coordinator for the Northern New York Library Network (NNYLN). Part of his job is helping to keep things running at …
 
Over the course of this miniseries, we have explored the history of the bridges built over the Welland Canal. We’ve taken a closer look at the canal crossings that exist today, including the tunnels and the Garden City Skyway. And we’ve also peaked into the grimmer history of bridge accidents and disasters. We end the miniseries on a lighter note, …
 
The Lonely Palette is currently the podcast-in-residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and we're partnering up to bring the museum to you during its closure due to Covid-19 by spotlighting both the rock star and the lesser-known objects from the museum's permanent collection. So relax into your PJs, put your feet up, and let's #MuseumFromHome…
 
COVID-19 is necessitating rapid change in our cities. As many stay-at-home orders are lifting, people are getting outside, but we still need to stay 6 feet apart, so citizens and cities are stepping up in some interesting ways. How do you stay 6 feet apart when many sidewalks aren’t even 6 feet wide? The answer might just be rethinking the design o…
 
CRAFTLeading factual producers reveal how they tackled projects of scale … and scale doesn’t always mean big budget. Leading factual producers discuss and demystify the oft-used term ‘scale’.From giant crews, fixed rigs and far-flung locations, to leading a tiny team shooting across a long timeframe – scale calls for precise decision making in the …
 
Episode Notes Preble Hall is produced by the United States Naval Academy Museum http://usna.edu/museum http://www.facebook.com/usnamuseum/ https://twitter.com/usnamuseum A History of the Navy in 100 Objects from the USNA Museum https://www.usna.edu/100Objects/index.php Host: Dr. Claude Berube, Director, USNA Museum, US Naval Academy Date recorded: …
 
Buckle your seat belt, we're getting experimental over here. First up, Dave tells how Adam Leonti's bread changed Dave's whole perspective on what bread could be. Then Adam and the crew run through a variety of listener questions, all read by friends and frenemies of the show. Topics include milling flour, the value of olive oil, pizza making, how …
 
In this episode of ART Minded, curator of European art, Guillaume Kientz discusses the origins of the Baroque art movement in Italy, the cultural and political context that helped to shape patronage, and the influence of important painters such as Caravaggio, Carracci, and Ribera. This program highlights paintings featured in the special exhibition…
 
This bonus episode features just a few short excerpts from submissions to our COVID-19 Crowd-sourced Oral History Project, many from high school and college students through Appalachia. As public historians and folklorists, we have a responsibility (and interest!) to capture history as it happens around us, and to engage the community in that pursu…
 
As we all adapt to working and living under these new and unusual circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve asked curators from the Getty Museum and Getty Research Institute to share short reflections on works of art they’re thinking about right now. These brief recordings feature stories related to our daily lives—from laundry on the li…
 
In episode 1 of season 3, Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna talk with author and journalist Casey Sherman. Casey discusses his thoughts on the direction of the stolen Gardner artwork recovery effort. Check out Casey's books: https://www.amazon.com/Casey-Sherman/e/B001JRVP5C Some articles he wrote on the Gardner heist recovery effort: https://www.bo…
 
This week we answer three questions, how are dictionaries made? How are Blue Plaques decided and how is earwax made? Our guest expert is Catherine Sangster from the Oxford English Dictionary! Find out who the first blue plaque ever was for and how they are made in Cornwall. Do subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to it and tell all your fri…
 
This colorful panel painting depicts an episode early in Jesus’s career–the moment he called Peter and his brother Andrew to join his ministry. It was part of an enormous altarpiece for the cathedral of Siena. We’ll find out what prompted the cathedral powers to hire Duccio, Siena’s top artist and how innovative he was in depicting stories of Mary …
 
The places we live are filled with the stories of our lives, told room by room like chapters in a book. So how do you read a home? That's what Kendra Gaylord does on her podcast, Someone Lived Here. She explores historic houses to find the people who inhabited them, from poets and photographers to inventors and musicians. Today she takes us on a to…
 
To explore International Museum Week's theme of #TechnologyMW, we're joined by Corey Davis to discuss digital preservation. Corey is the Digital Preservation Librarian at the University of Victoria and Visiting Program Officer at the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL). He has been working in academic libraries for 15 years, most rece…
 
Theme: Seeking RefugeArtwork: Buddha Shakyamuni; [http://therubin.org/2zk]Teacher: Sharon SalzbergWhile the Rubin Museum of Art is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, we want to stay connected with you. We are sharing a previously recorded meditation session with you and hope that it will provide support during this uncertain time.T…
 
Around the globe, COVID-19 has frozen economies, closed schools, stores, and restaurants, and even canceled the Olympics. Millions of people are stuck at home, trying their best to keep their work going from a distance. So what does all this mean for scientific research? On this episode, we explore how the pandemic is transforming the lives and wor…
 
The work of a museum registrar can be quite complicated, but what happens to exhibition logistics when a global pandemic turns the world on its side? Portland Art Museum’s Exhibitions Registrar Julia Guariglia chats with Agnès Faure, her counterpart at the Petit Palais in Paris, France, about how exhibition management is changing given new guidelin…
 
The Lonely Palette is currently the podcast-in-residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and we're partnering up to bring the museum to you during its closure due to Covid-19 by spotlighting both the rock star and the lesser-known objects from the museum's permanent collection. So relax into your PJs, put your feet up, and let's #MuseumFromHome…
 
With pretty much every design student in the world learning remotely, it’s a good moment to talk about the state of design education at the college and university level. To train a well-rounded designer, the number of things students need to learn increases every year, but the amount of time in class stays the same. How do professors and administra…
 
Preble Hall is produced by the United States Naval Academy Museum http://usna.edu/museum http://www.facebook.com/usnamuseum/ https://twitter.com/usnamuseum A History of the Navy in 100 Objects from the USNA Museum https://www.usna.edu/100Objects/index.php Host: Dr. Claude Berube, Director, USNA Museum, US Naval Academy Date recorded: 13 May 2020…
 
On today's episode of Definition Issues, Dave, Nastassia and the rest answer questions about ice cream stabilizers, growing lemons, where to find a Montreal-style bagel in NYC, and much more. Plus, an in depth discussion of the merits of pasta, and a rundown of recent quarantine cooking adventures. Have a question for Cooking Issues? Send us a voic…
 
To look at them, you might think, “Monarch butterflies aren’t going anywhere fast.” But each year, these beauties complete one of the most remarkable migrations in the animal kingdom, soaring more than a mile high to gather on a few mountaintops in Mexico they’ve never seen before, yet somehow they all know where to find. We unlock the secrets live…
 
CRAFTDirector Jen Peedom discusses her story-focused approach to documentary writing, from pre-production through to editing.What does it mean to ‘write’ a documentary?For BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Jennifer Peedom (Sherpa, Mountain), writing — and re-writing — defines each step of the filmmaking process. Emphasising the difference between covering …
 
Futurists—who sometimes prefer to be called scenario planners or foresight thinkers—specialize in helping the rest of us understand the big trends and forces that will shape the world of tomorrow. So here’s what I really wanted to ask one: Is a cataclysm like the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 the kind of event we should be able to see coming? If so,…
 
As we alladapt to working and living under these new and unusual circumstances caused bythe COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve asked curators from the Getty Museum and GettyResearch Institute to share short reflections on works of art they’re thinkingabout right now. These brief recordings feature stories related to our daily lives—from laundry on the line t…
 
Preble Hall is produced by the United States Naval Academy Museum http://usna.edu/museum http://www.facebook.com/usnamuseum/ https://twitter.com/usnamuseum A History of the Navy in 100 Objects from the USNA Museum https://www.usna.edu/100Objects/index.php Host: Dr. Claude Berube, Director, USNA Museum, US Naval Academy Date recorded: 11 May 2020…
 
Episode Notes Preble Hall is produced by the United States Naval Academy Museum http://usna.edu/museum http://www.facebook.com/usnamuseum/ https://twitter.com/usnamuseum A History of the Navy in 100 Objects from the USNA Museum https://www.usna.edu/100Objects/index.php Host: Dr. Marcus Jones, Professor of History, US Naval Academy Date recorded: 7 …
 
Preble Hall is produced by the United States Naval Academy Museum http://usna.edu/museum http://www.facebook.com/usnamuseum/ https://twitter.com/usnamuseum A History of the Navy in 100 Objects from the USNA Museum https://www.usna.edu/100Objects/index.php Host: Dr. Marcus Jones, Professor of History, US Naval Academy Date recorded: 7 May 2020…
 
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