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Best National Gallery Of Art podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best National Gallery Of Art podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This audio series offers entertaining, informative discussions about the arts and events at the National Gallery of Art. These podcasts give access to special Gallery talks by well-known artists, authors, curators, and historians. Included in this podcast listing are established series: The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series, The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture in Italian Art, Elson Lecture Series, A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Conversationricans with Artists Series, Conversations w ...
 
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 ...
 
From prisons to protests, immigration to the environment, Peabody Award-winning Reveal goes deep into the pressing issues of our times. The Atlantic says “the experience of each episode is akin to a spoonful of sugar, even when it’s telling a story about Richard Spencer’s cotton farms or a man’s final days as a heroin addict.” Reveal is a project of The Center for Investigative Reporting and is co-produced with PRX. The show is hosted by Al Letson and partners with reporters and newsrooms ar ...
 
Some of the biggest and most influential names in modern literature, art, music and performance share their stories, thoughts and ideas. In this podcast you'll hear us in conversation with the people shaping arts and culture today. Southbank Centre is home to Royal Festival hall, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and the National Poetry Library. Our podcasts reflect our richly diverse events, exhibitions and festivals programme featuring artists and thinkers from around the ...
 
Welcome to National Treasures! Tag along with comedians Laura Lexx and Will Duggan for a day out at some of nation's finest attractions. Castles, stately homes, ruins, art galleries and museums. Listen as they stumble through muddy fields, hallowed halls and half-remembered historical facts. It’s like an audio tour… only narrated by two idiots.
 
Learning how the contemporary visual art world works, one conversation at a time. How does the visual art world work? I don’t know either, so I will ask the people that work in the industry and try to learn how the contemporary visual art world functions and hopefully be able to take their insight and experiences and learn how we can make a living from our artwork.
 
There's something unusual in The National Gallery at night-time. Sometimes, the paintings come to life! Join Van Gogh's sunflowers as they explore some of their favourite paintings in the gallery, from dramatic battle scenes with rearing horses to god-like portraits and glittering angels. There are loads of secret things to discover about each of the paintings. Some paintings have been stored in castles covered in bat poo, some have been slashed with knives during vandalism, and some are ove ...
 
Collective is committed to supporting new visual art through a programme of exhibitions, projects and commissions. Originally established as an artist run organisation in 1984, Collective is an international organisation for the production, research, presentation and distribution of contemporary art and culture with a specific focus on new visual art and practices. We aim to foster, support and debate new work and practices in a way which is of mutual benefit to artists and audiences. We bel ...
 
Audio guide for twenty two key works from the 2007 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Australia exhibition 'Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950' curated by National Gallery Director, Ron Radford AM and celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in Australia.
 
The National Gallery of Art, one of the world's preeminent museums, was created for the people of the United States of America by a joint resolution of Congress accepting the gift of financier, public servant, and art collector Andrew W. Mellon in 1937, the year of his death. The Gallery's collection of some 106,000 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and decorative arts traces the development of Western art from the Middle Ages to the present.
 
I have many new opportunities while living near Portland, Oregon. I’m facilitating a group called Climate Change & Environmental Justice Task Force for the Southminster Presbyterian Church in Beaverton, Oregon. At the same time, I’ve been elected the Vice Chair of the Green Team at Willamette View, a retirement community of some 500 people. I have traveled internationally since the early 2000’s. I had a brief hiatus, but, now have started again. My latest foray was to Kansas & Florida, two p ...
 
Face-to-Face is a podcast series from the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Listen to Face-to-Face portrait talks, interviews with artists, and lectures from the museum. Face-to-Face portrait talks occur every Thursday at 6pm, in the museum. For more, see the Face-to-Face blog at http://face2face.si.edu/ and the National Portrait Gallery's website at http://npg.si.edu/
 
"Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape" is a special exhibition organized by the Taft Museum of Art in partnership with the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, and the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and will travel to these two European museums after premiering at the Taft. This audio tour has been made possible through the generosity of the docents of the Taft Museum of Art.
 
Good Weather is a contemporary art gallery located five minutes from downtown Little Rock, Arkansas that has transformed a single-car garage into a participant-guided gallery. The project stems from an investigation of the American suburban garage and its vast flexibility. Often times, garages transcend their original function (i.e. storage for cars) by morphing into domestic galleries indicative of vastly different tastes and socio-economic conditions. This reveals an unpretentious curation ...
 
What are museums for? In this album we look behind the displays to reveal the conflicting roles, power struggles and ethical dilemmas that affect museums today. Once the undisputed sources of authority on the objects in their care, museums now have to justify their decisions to the government, to their audiences, sometimes even to vociferous pagans. The challenge is to reach out to new audiences and devise new ways of communicating with them. The rewards are many: to maintain status and resp ...
 
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, one in four Americans was out of work nationally, but in some cities and some industries unemployment was well over 50 percent. Equally troubling were the bank panics. Between 1929 and 1931, 4,000 banks closed for good; by 1933 the number rose to more than 9,000, with $2.5 billion in lost deposits. Banks never have as much in their vaults as people have deposited, and if all depositors claim their money at once, the bank is ruined. Mi ...
 
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Terence Washington, departments of academic programs and modern art, National Gallery of Art Between the late 19th and the mid-20th centuries, white Americans conducted thousands of lynchings, using these extrajudicial killings to intimidate non-whites and mete out what they considered to be justice. Increasingly, photographs were taken of lynching…
 
We discuss: The freedom to fail, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Mendocino Art Center, The road through Miyama, Book by Leila Philip, Penland School of Craft, The importance of forming a collective, SAW (Studio For Arts + Works), Developing a critical eye, Artstream Library, Online sales, That objects are instilled with memories, Art academia, How to r…
 
We discuss: Maori history, Creative Curiosity podcast, GaryVee, Finding your creative community, Fear of judgement, Being vegan, Running workshops and online classes, Owning versus renting equipment, Being snobby about art materials, The Third Place, Work/life balance, Creating art commissions, Being an artist in quarantinehttp://www.tehaunuiart.co…
 
We discuss: Labours of love, The future of the art world, The post covid art world, Arts academia, Hybrid forms, Virtual studio visits, Virtual photo shoots, How to sell artwork online, Learning to close the deal, Payment plans, Ashley Longshore, The need to have a blog on your website, Artist bio should be 250 words or less and in the third person…
 
Cenikor’s bizarre form of rehab has its roots in Synanon: a revolutionary rehab that started in the 1950s on a California beach. Its charismatic leader, Charles Dederich, mesmerized the nation by claiming to have developed a cure for drug addiction. The program became a phenomenon and quickly spread across the country. But soon, Dederich wanted to …
 
Penny Rawlings is relieved to finally get her brother into rehab at a place called Cenikor. She doesn’t realize that getting him out of treatment is going to be the bigger problem. This is the first chapter in Reveal’s American Rehab series, exposing how a treatment for drug addiction has turned tens of thousands of people into an unpaid shadow wor…
 
Listen to a presentation by Carolyn Driedger, Outreach Coordinator, USGS, Cascade Volcano Observatory as she talks about her personal experience on the day before, during and after the eruption of Mt. St. Helens on May 18, 1980. She will also describe the role of USGS in protecting residents who live near any volcanic centers followed by a descript…
 
We discuss: Artist Residencies, Arteles Creative Center, How to choose which residency to apply to, Building a network, How to write a residency application, Why me and why now, Have a critique group, Fear of rejection, publishing an artist book, Linda Connor, Artist books are often passion projects, How to write an artists statement, Virtual studi…
 
We’re heading back to 2019 for this, the final episode of series 1. It’s December and we’re in Sussex to have a brisk winter stroll around Devil’s Dyke, which was VERY MUDDY (we found this out the hard way*). A must-listen for fans of low budget Lion King re-enactments, folklore and flaming duffel coats. *Some Will Duggan’s were harmed in the makin…
 
Kimberly Drew, writer, curator, and activist; Alicia Hall Moran, artist, composer, and mezzo-soprano; and Imani Uzuri, composer, librettist, and 2019-2020 Hutchins Fellow, W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute, Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, Harvard University. Edgar Degas's (1834–1917) renowned images of the Paris Opéra a…
 
We discuss: #wisdom, Young Presidents' Organization, The hero's journey, Trying to extend the audience for art, Aspen Art Museum, Designing museum exhibition, Stagen Institute, Museums are safe places for unsafe ideas, How museums design their exhibition programs, Vik Muniz, Michael Govan (LACMA), Rashid Johnson, Fred Tomaselli, Adam McEwen, Young …
 
During the next 15 years thirty-three percent individual households will be headed by persons 65 years of age and older. Individuals approaching this time in their lives need to carefully plan for affordable and adequate housing, where they can experience a quality of life that affords the opportunity to live independently. In this segment of Keepi…
 
In 2019, Jean Paul Gaultier brought his Fashion Freak Show – called a 'fabulous fiesta of fabric and flesh' by The Guardian – to the Southbank Centre. But before his extravaganza exploded onto the stage at Royal Festival Hall, the designer himself appeared here in conversation with TV presenter Anita Rani, reflecting on his decades in fashion.Born …
 
We discussed: Artists have to be business people, Exclusive editioned prints, How to price artwork, Print on demand editions, Building relationships and networks, Raw and radical podcast, Traditional gender roles, Peer pressure, Home schooling, Definitions of success, The importance of your reputation in the art world, Art Criticismhttps://www.maur…
 
It’s a return to the Wars of the Roses this week as we lay sightseeing-siege to Warwick Castle, once home to the warmongering 16th Earl of Warwick, Richard ‘the Kingmaker’ Neville. Expect archery, expect codpieces and expect us to get lost in a maze designed for children. We would love to hear from you so please do get in touch on Twitter or Instag…
 
We discussed: Changes in the art industry because of Covid-19 (Corona virus), There is not a single art market, there are many different art markets, Collector Relationship Essentials, The value of one on one personal connections, Selling art online, Hunting Teddy Bears, Anxiety and fear, The importance of keeping good financial records, Have separ…
 
Malala Yousafzai's activist work championing the educational rights of girls led to her being shot by a Taliban gunman in 2012, when she was just 15 – but she refused to be silenced.She came to the Southbank Centre to launch her memoir I Am Malala on Sunday 20 October 2013, appearing in conversation with former Southbank Centre Artistic Director Ju…
 
We talked about: Monika Jagaciak Jankic, Jac Jagaciak, Different markets and different designers desire different body types, Who decides when you are 'professional', Photo Events, Fear of failure, How to plan and coordinate a photo workshop, 'Model Safe Space' facebook group, That photographers should give feedback to models, Different photographi…
 
We’re up in Manchester, Will’s former stomping ground. Although the nostalgia need not end there as we’re in town to visit The Whitworth, an Art Gallery where the young Will used also used to woo the ladies. Laura tries hard to overcome her scepticism about modern art and it’s probably worth warning you up front, not all of the art world’s darlings…
 
We discussed: playing politics, Generational gaps, Writing about art, The ephemeral nature of exhibitions, Art academia, Funding exhibitions, Collectors want exhibitions of their collection in institutions to raise the value of the work, The necessity to be a good collaborator, Writing artist statements, Oversaturation, The increased speed of the a…
 
We discussed: Potter vs ceramicist, Class warfare within the medium, The lineage of pottery in North America, The price of a mug, The impact of Etsy.com, Selling pottery online, The benefits of email newsletters, Exclusivity, Scarcity creates demand, The need to diversify your income, Having a prudent reserve, Online education, Home school pottery …
 
We've chosen not to release an episode this week so we can focus on the ongoing discussions around the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Our voices are not two which need to be heard right now so we're going to take this time to educate ourselves and we would encourage you to join us. https://blacklivesmatter.com/ https://b…
 
Thomas Kren (former associate director for collections, J. Paul Getty Museum and 2016 Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professor at the National Gallery of Art) examines Saint Apollonia Destroys a Pagan Idol, part of an altarpiece by Giovanni d’Alemagna. Kren describes the inherent tension between the artist’s use of pious subjects and the beautiful, at ti…
 
Julie Carmean, manager of national teacher programs, National Gallery of Art, and Sara Lesk, manager of Art Around the Corner, National Gallery of Art. Using Harvard Project Zero’s Artful Thinking Routines and the Gallery’s collection, Julie Carmean and Sara Lesk transformed research into practice by creating the Gallery’s first Massive Open Online…
 
We discussed: Travels in India, Being a craftsman, Graphic arts, Foil stamping, Book making, Printmaking, Stories of artists selling enough art through social media to make a living, The desire to be financially stable, Dating and relationships with artist and creative people, Artistry and craftsmanship, The concern of return on investment in creat…
 
We discuss: New York City experiences, Higher education in the visual arts, Running an art fair, Finding more defined ideas of 'art', 'curator', and 'curated’, What makes a 'photographer' when everyone has a camera on their phone, How to attain your goals, The squeaky wheel get the grease, The need to stand out, Art coaching, The importance of know…
 
It’s March, well it isn’t, but in this episode it very much is. March the 11th to be precise and we’re going to Kew Botanical Gardens. Good news for two reasons, you can’t actually go there currently and we’re in the peak of Hayfever season; so, hear the flowers with us and save yourself the sneezes. In this episode things get steamy in the conserv…
 
We discussed: Artist Bio is your background, Artist Statement is about the concept behind your art work, How galleries choose artists, In commercial galleries the need to use quality materials, Galleries look at your social media presence, Artist agents, How much to share on social media, Personal vs business accounts on instagram, The need to natu…
 
Listen to the Collin Karg's story about how he successfully built an Art Glass Gallery in Kechi, Kansas. He explains how he started a business in his garage and gradually expanded it to many buildings and eventually into his current gallery in Kechi, Kansas. He identifys the key decisions he made that allowed him to develop his business.…
 
Description and Notes: A portrait is so much more than a space, a subject, and a keen eye. It’s a place, a person, and a photographer’s truth. The transcript, notes, images, and discussion questions for this episode can be found on our website here. Support: Help support the fight for systemic change in Minneapolis, by donating to Reclaim the Block…
 
Descripción y notas: Un retrato es muchísimo más que un espacio, un sujeto y un buen ojo. Es un lugar, una persona y la verdad de un fotógrafo. Se puede encontrar la transcripción, los apuntes, y las preguntas para la discusión en nuestro sitio, aquí. Apoya: Ayuda en la lucha por el cambio sistémico en Minneapolis donando a Reclaim the Block. Newsl…
 
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