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The Object

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The Object

The Object podcast from the Minneapolis Institute of Art

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Hosted by Tim Gihring, "The Object" podcast explores the surprising, true stories behind museum objects, touching on immigration, race, and other issues. An object's view of us. (Produced by the Minneapolis Institute of Art)
 
Object Of Sound brings you in tune with the music shaping our culture today. Hosted by poet and critic Hanif Abdurraqib, each episode blends the eclectic curation of freeform radio with artist interviews and textural storytelling, guiding you to a new way of listening. Produced by work x work for Sonos
 
Host Bridger Winegar invites friends, loved ones, and people he’s secretly trying to destroy to join him in conversation. He only has one request: No gifts! Naturally, every guest disobeys, meaning their chat will eventually turn to whatever object lies beneath the wrapping paper.
 
George's Random Astronomical Object is a biweekly astronomy podcast featuring science discussions about astronomical objects at randomly selected locations in the sky. The wide range of topics discussed in the show include stars, variable stars, variable variable stars, supermassive black holes, ultracool dwarf stars, exoplanets, howler monkeys, infrared radiation, acronyms, more acronyms, starbursts, measurements of less than 20 parsecs, jellyfish galaxies, diffuse ionized gas, and general ...
 
Subject, Object, Verb is the sonic counterpart to ArtReview magazine, one of the world’s leading publications on contemporary art. The show explores the connections between artist, art and life – or, in the show’s own lexicon: subject, object and verb. Musician, artist and writer Ross Simonini engages with artists and thinkers of all varieties, including but not limited to painters, fashion designers, filmmakers, novelists, sculptors, poets, composers, sound artists, curators, and philosophe ...
 
We’re fascinated by everyday objects and what they can tell us about the global economy. Join us every week as reporters from our global newsroom dig into the most fascinating facets of an object: where it came from, how it got to us, and what it can tell us about the forces that are changing the way we live and work.
 
Join friends Erin and Sarah as they explore some of the best myths and legends featured in film and television. We’ll discover how those tall tales turned into legendary monsters or beloved heroes. When we're not covering monsters and things that go bump in the night, we'll analyze some of our favorite movies and discover their surprising links to mythology, ancient and modern alike. Join us!
 
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.
 
The Undisclosed podcast investigates wrongful convictions, and the U.S. criminal justice system, by taking a closer look at the perpetration of a crime, its investigation, the trial, and ultimate verdict... and finding new evidence that never made it to court.
 
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The Hero Show

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The Hero Show

Objective Standard Institute

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The Hero Show, a weekly podcast of OSI, explores the lives and achievements of heroes who have shaped our world, with Andrew Bernstein and Robert Begley. From freedom fighters, to pathbreaking scientists and inventors, to entrepreneurs and industrialists, these men and women can enlighten us, inspire us, and help us to be the best versions of ourselves today and in the future.
 
A new pop culture podcast with a mix of news, cultural criticism, and comedy through a queer-trans lens, hosted by Fran Tirado and Rose Dommu. Though they are best friends now, Fran and Rose grew up very differently. Fran was a cult-ish, sheltered Christian camp counselor and Rose had a penchant for writing deranged fanfiction. Now they’re both godless heathens taking a look back at the formative classics that popped their cherries and made them who they are. Each week, the show starts off w ...
 
Podcasts and audiobooks by Galerie. Founded in 2014 by Simon Asencio and Adriano Wilfert Jensen, Galerie is an immaterial art gallery dealing exclusively with immaterial artworks. Galerie uses the term immaterial for artworks that cannot be reduced to a physical object or to the documentation of an action. For example a conflict, a custom-made socio practical mantra (joke) or a therapy format. More information at www.galerie.international.
 
Always Relevant, Never Hearsay, Sometimes Argumentative. In each episode of Objections, Adam Klasfeld navigates listeners through the top legal stories of the week with experts in a straightforward, analytical and factual manner. Klasfeld is a senior investigative reporter and editor for Law&Crime. Adam has reported on every corner of the legal system for more than a decade, with datelines from federal courts, state courts, the United Nations, Guantánamo Bay, the Ecuadorean Amazon, and a cou ...
 
Innovation Celebration, explores recent advancements in science and technology and how they contribute to human flourishing. Join hosts Thomas Walker and Angelica Werth to learn what makes innovation possible, how it’s achieved, and celebrate those whose accomplishments in these fields are improving our quality of life.
 
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Coding Blocks

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Coding Blocks

Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joseph Zack

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The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
 
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Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joe Zack

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Pragmatic talk about software design best practices: design patterns, software architecture, coding for performance, object oriented programming, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a whole lot more. You'll be exposed to broad areas of information as well as deep dives into the guts of a programming language. Most topics discussed are relevant in any number of Object Oriented programming languages such as C#, Java, Ruby, PHP, etc.. All three of us are full stack web and data ...
 
Unlikely Objects, Mostly (2022) A collection of everyday objects followed Alasdair Gray for long periods across the different rooms of his life, often appearing within the imagined worlds he conjured up as familiar motifs and devices. They now occupy prominent places within the Alasdair Gray Archive. In this new podcast series, we use these objects to draw together memories from Alasdair’s friends, colleagues and collaborators. In doing so, we explore deeper connections between the artist’s ...
 
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This episode features the musician and painter, Joanne Robertson whose work is born from improvisation. She regularly collaborates with other artists, such as Dean Blunt and Sidsel Meineche Hansen, who plays a vacuum on Joanne’s most recent release. We discuss her ideas on music, art and life, all while she nurses her newborn baby. Featured image P…
 
As is tradition, Michelle and Stephanie learn about some dumb Japan exclusive merchandise and then spend too long dreaming up better ideas for merch. Links for you to play along at home: Capcom Store Tweet about new office supplies: https://twitter.com/CStorejapan/status/1564793846772297729?s=20&t=X23aXRECIxDqt_ecPbnOPw Capcom Store Japanese Site A…
 
“It’s like digging a hole and moving into it, and listening to a lot of bass, and loving it.” So says Björk of the meaning behind the word ‘Fossora’—the title of her tenth studio album, just released today. On this episode, Hanif and Björk break Fossora down concept-by-concept, from the sextet of bass clarinets that shape the album’s grounded, soni…
 
Episode 105: No-one tosses a Dwarf! (Votann part 2!) Episode 105 has Emma back in the drivers seat and joins me to talk Leagues of Votann aka the Squats! Thank You to Games Workshop for supplying us a copy of the new army box early for this episode so I can play this game! *I will add that this episode was recorded while Games Workshop was releasin…
 
When announcing an investigation last week into the relocation of 48 migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar denounced "political posturing" at the expense of asylum-seekers. He also credited one immigration attorney in particular with shining a light on their plight: Rachel Self, who had been on…
 
Libby Escolme has had a wide range of marketing roles across B2B and B2C, in hospitality, retail, FMCG, property, services. Yet, her best marketing advice comes from... The Very Hungry Caterpillar! Find out why you should never just "do nothing," why it pays to build the plane as you fly it, and why Libby's Shiny New Object is functional nutrition.…
 
In 1798, a portrait artist named Joshua Johnson advertises himself as a “self-taught genius.” A few decades later, he would nearly be forgotten. It’s a mystery only now being revealed: the unlikely story of the man sometimes called America’s first Black professional artist. A story of slavery and freedom, racism and redemption, nearly lost to histo…
 
Nectar selectors and club card members: where do your loyalty cards lie? This week, Dan and Kasia are discussing how supermarkets became so all-powerful that they can "campaign" on political and environmental issues (slash greenwash cynically) and the state can only follow their lead. Also, why are full shelves in the supermarket oddly soothing whe…
 
The second episode of Unlikely Objects Mostly looks at Alasdair's chessboard and the role chess played in his practice: uncovering the game's pivotal role in the making of the Hillhead Subway mural and the novel Poor Things. It then goes on to explore the artist's radical openness to other people and fascination with the way they work: an interest …
 
ENTERTAINING SHORT FILMS is a new category on the RPA Network, which features indie short films for your enjoyment! We applaud these creators! As three friends head home after a late-night, they find themselves being stalked by a man's greatest weakness. "EDEN" Directed by Bobby Coston Produced by: I88 Don't Wait Create Upper Stage Media Cast: Bobb…
 
ENTERTAINING SHORT FILMS is a new category on the RPA Network, which features indie short films for your enjoyment! We applaud these creators! Anything can happen when you let a stranger into your apartment building. Director - Kent Lamm Writer - Chris Fornataro Producers - Kent Lamm & Chris Fornataro Billy Billy - Nick Marcone Man - Sky Soleil Joh…
 
A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge: https://www.amazon.com/Deepness-Sky-Zones-Thought/dp/0812536355 Against Modern Monetary Theory by Juan Ramón Rallo: https://juanramonrallo.com/mi-nuevo-libro-contra-la-mmt/ Endurance by Alfred Lansing: https://www.amazon.com/Endurance-Shackletons-Incredible-Alfred-Lansing/dp/0465062881 The Compound Effect by D…
 
This week John talks his latest software design triumph with a custom OverflowScrollView, a catch up with some old colleagues, the quality of the iPhone 14's cameras but quite a major complaint when it comes to a certain app and its subscription and cloud based storage when upgrading your device. Scotty talks more on adding a Parse backend for Mone…
 
nerrrrd alert 🚨 Fran & Rose are obsessed with Greek myths and their many contemporary literary adaptations, but don't worry it's mostly because of all the gay shit and jealous mommy vibes Plus, takes on non-ancient content including Pearl, X, Don't Worry Darling and this week's House of the Dragon tag our finsta @likeavirgin42069 and tell us your f…
 
Bridger remains fairly calm after receiving an unwanted gift from Dylan Gelula (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Broti Gupta (The Simpsons). The three discuss the Macy's Day Parade, bell peppers, and lice. Follow the show and play Gift or a Curse - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/isaidnogifts/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/isaidnogifts See Priv…
 
In this episode: Werewolf Folklore! SIMPLY AMAZING! Listen now! Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/terrydtx/ Email: TerrysMysteriousMoments@gmail.com Shows on The RPA Podcast/Network: Mondays: Real Paranormal Activity - The Podcast Tuesdays: Aaron's Horror Show with Aaron Frale Wednesdays: Terry's Mysterious Moments with Terry From Texas Frida…
 
The draft is one of the most evil policies government can put into law; it doesn't matter whether it's an offensive or defensive war, joining an army should always be a choice, not a duty. Join us for today's episode of The Daily Objective with Jonathan Hoenig to discuss the topic of the draft. ZBiotics Pre-Alcohol Probiotic Breaks down the byprodu…
 
Tossing a coin into a fountain or well and making a wish has been a tradition since ancient times. People long ago gave the coin as a gift or tribute to a god, usually to keep them happy, make them happy or as a form of payment for whatever it was they were asking for. On this episode, we dive into the history of making wishes and why we like to to…
 
Finding something online might seem easy - but as Marcus Eagan tells it, it’s not easy to get it right. In today’s episode, MongoDB’s Staff Product Manager on Atlas Search speaks with Jason and Patrick about his own journey in software development and how to best use search engines to capture user intent. 00:00:34 Introductions 00:01:30 Marcus’s un…
 
The conclusion chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critiq…
 
The nineth chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique o…
 
The eighth chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique o…
 
The seventh chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique …
 
The sixth chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique of…
 
The fourth chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique o…
 
The third chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique of…
 
The second chapter of Claire Bishop's Artificial Hells read to you by Galerie. Invited by Shedhalle curator Michelangelo Miccolis to reflect on the current state of so-called ‘immaterial practices’, we propose to start with remembering a book–Claire Bishop’s Artificial Hells. Back in 2012, this essay proposed a historical and theoretical critique o…
 
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