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Your poetry ritual: An immersive reading of a single poem, guided by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Unhurried, contemplative and energizing. New episodes on Monday and Friday, about 15 minutes each. Two seasons per year, with occasional special offerings. Anchor your life with poetry.
 
Join self-taught artist Mike Hendley who shares his ongoing experiences in learning how to draw and paint with those interested in exploring art at any age. Mike also talks about the challenges of being creative, making space for these passionate pursuits in our hectic lives and beginning the artist journey late in life. Grab a pad and pencil or an iPad and follow along with Mike on his journey to become a better artist through tips, tricks, interviews, and stories.
 
Inspiration and Insights on Art and Painting Stefan Baumann, Podcast is where Stefan Baumann discusses insights and secrets about painting and becoming an artist. These conversations are usually other artists and students that he coaches. The conversations discussed cover a range of topics from Plein Air Painting, oil painting, composition, watercolors, alla prima painting, inspiration, marketing art, and much more! For a free book go to www.StefanBaumann.com For videos.https://www.youtube.c ...
 
See the art world through my eyes as an art dealer with thirty years in the business. Interviews of unique and interesting individuals that collect, deal and find art as compelling as I do. Learn the pitfalls of the art world and the interesting cast of characters that are a constant thread of entertaining commentary. Pull up a chair with me, Mark Sublette and the Art Dealer Diaries.
 
Conversations with creatives who FOUND – or re-found – their CREATIVITY as adults. We’ll explore their childhood experiences of the arts, discuss how they came to the artistic practices they now love, and consider the barriers to creativity that they experienced between the two. My guests are proponents of visual, written and performing arts, with similarities and wild differences in their experiences. We’ll explore what it is that people value and gain from their new-found artistic experien ...
 
True Tales From Old Houses is a light-hearted, entertaining, and educational show for lovers of old houses and buildings, DIYers, history buffs, and restoration and preservation junkies. Available bi-weekly, host Stacy Grinsfelder shares personal project updates, listener Q & A, and interviews with engaging old house owners, restoration professionals, and craftspeople.
 
Former 50,000 Watt WCRN AM830 Talk Radio host Hermis Yanis delivers scathing straight to the point no holds barred, brutally honest commentary that has angered many Judges/Insurance CEOs/Elected officials/Pharmaceutical CEOs/Doctors/Lawyers/Police officials/Media CEOs & Oil Company CEOs. Tune in to hear why "Hermis Live" is on the fast track to becoming one of the nation's most popular radio shows, now on BlogTalkRadio.com!
 
Elin shares her upbeat attitude and wonderful painting lessons with these podcasts. She is nationally recognized for her Color System for painters and for her instructional lessons on DVDs, covering oils, plein air, acrylics and the Color System. You can find the "Colorsystem" which is a Yahoogroup for students and painters who have attended one of Elin's "Color Boot Camp" workshops. There's much more on her web site at elinart.com. These podcasts are being created with additional commentary ...
 
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This poem stretches the word ‘expect’ into dozens of formulations. Proceeding alphabetically through the index of the book, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” Katie Manning creates an exhausting list of all the expectations created during pregnancy,about rejecting some pressures and embracing others; surviving some, being knocked over by other…
 
First this week, News Intern Sofia Moutinho joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss scientists concerns about advertisers looking into using our smart speakers or phones to whisper ads to us while we sleep. Next, Bina Desai, head of programs at the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre in Geneva, discusses how to predict the economic impact of human d…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Abstract Maximalist Painter, Romelle. Romelle talks about her work, Michigan, art residencies, moving to Denver from Detroit, community, Babe Walls, what draws her to abstract work, Bridget Riley, process, her current exhibit “Supersonic Nonplace”, meditation, the conversation of painting, art and healing, murals, …
 
Ed Mell came by the studio today and I was thrilled to be able to record a 2-part podcast with him. Honestly, I've been trying to get Ed on the podcast for three whole years. I've had so many people on Art Dealer Diaries talk about Ed Mell in their own podcasts... I think it's probably up to about a dozen people now. It's just one of those things, …
 
A talk about earning an independent income as an artist, and following inspiration. Mary is an artist, creator, adventurer, and all-round curious person. She is currently inspired by attention, reactions, noise, visuals, emotional things and getting out of her own way. June 2021 is the 10 year anniversary of her YouTube channel. Mary's "Sip n Sketc…
 
Mike works with a new online drawing tool and plays with watercolor, again Sam Gillett then joins the podcast as an early-career artist to share his journey so far. Sam has been drawing for some time but only recently started sharing his work online as well as opening his Etsy store. Sam and Mike discuss the power of observation and his inspiration…
 
Mike works with a new online drawing tool and plays with watercolor, again 🙂 Sam Gillett then joins the podcast as an early-career artist to share his journey so far. Sam has been drawing for some time but only recently started sharing his work online as well as opening his Etsy store. Sam and Mike discuss the power of observation and his inspirati…
 
On this weeks episode, Benjamin Kantor is our guest, and we discuss the American miniature painting scene! Check out Benjamin's Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/metal.af.miniatures/ Check out Benjamin's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metal.af.miniatures Ben's Blog: http://www.metal-af.com/ Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patre…
 
Today's podcast guest is Carrie Waller. Carrie is an award-winning watercolour artist working in a realistic, detailed style. Her studies in Interior Design and Graphic Design as well as her time spent living in Europe and Asia have influenced her as an artist. Her unique works are bold, vibrant and dramatic. As well as exhibiting and selling her a…
 
The opening poem to Ilya Kaminsky’s masterpiece, “Deaf Republic,” is written in the voice of someone who is confessing their complacency during a time of trial. There’s a war going on, but it doesn’t affect the person speaking, so they don’t get involved. Instead they stayed outside and caught the sun. They lived happily during the war, and are now…
 
Studying at Guildhall School of Music and Drama is challenging and invigorating, rigorous and demanding, and the standard of tuition is world class. This episode’s guest studied there as a mature student, and is grateful for the experience, which burnt through her savings and tested her energy. Find out how Maxyne Ryan ticked that one off her bucke…
 
After Margaret Noodin recited her poem, “Gimaazinibii'amoon” / “A Message to You,” for this week’s Poetry Unbound episode, she spoke with host, Pádraig Ó Tuama, about the story behind that poem as well as the Anishinaabemowin language, translation, and the importance of language preservation. Margaret Noodin is a poet and the author of Bawaajimo: A…
 
A special bilingual poem in Anishinaabemowin and English by Margaret Noodin, a linguist who writes primarily in Anishinaabemowin. This poem of eight lines is filled with location — the sweet sea, the curved shoreline — and gathers melancholy into its song. And it is a song — sung in both languages for us by Margaret Noodin herself. Margaret Noodin …
 
First this week, Contributing Correspondent Emily Underwood talks with host Sarah Crespi about the surprising role of the vagus nerve—which connects the brain to organs like the heart and digestive tract—in processes once thought to be solely controlled by the brain, such as consciousness and memory.Next, Sara Katsanis, a research assistant profess…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Brett Matarazzo. Brett talks about the thought behind his work, design and photography, his love of nature, his elementary art teacher, Ms. Jepson and the importance of art in schools, working in Advertising, putting on his own pop-up art shows, tapping into the art community, Zeel, art during the pandemic,…
 
Ed Mell came by the studio today and I was thrilled to be able to record a 2-part podcast with him. Honestly, I've been trying to get Ed on the podcast for three whole years. I've had so many people on Art Dealer Diaries talk about Ed Mell in their own podcasts... I think it's probably up to about dozen people now. It's just one of those things, yo…
 
For today's special field trip episode, Stacy travels to historic St. Joseph, Missouri, to visit John Rogers of Phoenix Preservation. Stacy and John chat about his path to the trades, what he wishes old house owners would stop doing, and the special camaraderie within the old house community. Also, Ashley Goldman and Stacy revisit a past listener q…
 
Bereavement brings all kinds of pressures. This poem by Martín Espada starts off with a grief-to-do-list: a phone call, a flight, a blizzard, cremations, shipments of ashes, memorial services. After all of this — in a first stanza that builds in intensity — he needs to be reconnected with something tangible. He goes to feed birds at the park, and a…
 
Looking for ways to explore your own creativity? Cass Sabo of Oxford Weaving Studio (see S1 Ep3) teaches weaving workshops for all ages. And she's also designed her own Oxford Frame Loom. Find out more, and check out a special discount from Cass at the end of the episode. Music: Day Trips by Ketsa https://ketsa.uk/under Creative Commons License htt…
 
In many ways this poem can be analyzed by how it ends: by examining the contents of organic shops. Roshni Goyate looks at one such item — coconut oil for hair — and considers its long line of history in her British-Indian family. As a child, she was shamed by classmates for using coconut oil in her hair, but now it’s double the price in shops. In a…
 
First this week, freelance journalist Ian Graber-Stiehl discusses what might be the oldest community science project—observing the emergence of periodical cicadas. He also notes the shifts in how amateur scientists have gone from contributing observations to helping scientists make predictions about the insects’ schedules.Next, Jason Chin, program …
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Artist, Kristina Davies. Kristina talks about her journey from Educator to full-time Artist, her insatiable love of learning, bringing arts to the classroom, what draws her to Abstract Expressionism, process, meditation and art, mentoring, art and social issues, inspiration, opportunities, dealing with rejection, r…
 
Margarete Miller is a collage artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She discovered collage art after having kids, needing something for herself. Margarete said she first tried sewing, but hated it, then tried collage and loved the feeling she had when a piece was completed. Margarete wants to share with others the joy she gets from collage. T…
 
Mike talks about an online collaborative tool for digital art as well as a couple of graphite pieces. Scott Christian Sava joins the podcast to talk about his journey and fulfilling his dream to work on Spider-Man. He then talks about his Netflix movie, “Animal Crackers”. They explore Scott’s posting and daily painting practice on TikTok. Scott sha…
 
Mike talks about an online collaborative tool for digital art as well as a couple of graphite pieces. Scott Christian Sava joins the podcast to talk about his journey and fulfilling his dream to work on Spider-Man. He then talks about his Netflix movie, “Animal Crackers”. They explore Scott’s daily painting practice on TikTok. Scott shares how he d…
 
On this week's episode Scott and Jon discuss how they rank miniature board games! Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trappedunderplastic Support the Show with Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/trapped-under-plastic Follow Jon: https://www.youtube.com/ninjon Follow Scott: https://www.youtube.com/miniac Join the FB group: https://…
 
Dan Whiteson is a portrait/figurative painter from London. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins, his work has since been shown in numerous group and solo shows across the UK and can be found in private collections all over the world. As well as his own painting, Dan also teaches. He created his life drawing classes in response to his own, ne…
 
When looking at Andy Warhol’s painting of Geronimo — a leader and medicine man of the Bedonkohe band of the Apache tribe — b: william bearheart wonders who the Geronimo of the painting is looking back at, and who is looking at it. In many ways, this poem reflects on how this piece of art depicting an Indigenous American was painted by a White perso…
 
Furrah Syed’s art is ALL about interaction. She creates heavily textured abstract art using acrylic and metallic paints, and even encourages ‘viewers’ to TOUCH her art. This extra sensory element has inspired her to develop art workshops for the blind and partially sighted, making her art and her art practice truly inclusive. Music: Day Trips by Ke…
 
A poet considers his father, and, particularly, his father’s boots. These boots could be a hammer, a prop, a weapon. But Esteban Rodríguez also remembers how his father — a sleepwalker — would walk outside at night in his underwear, wielding his boots, slapping them against each other in a kind of protective ritual. What spirits was his father prot…
 
First this week, Lucia Melloni, a group leader in the department of neuroscience at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, talks with host Sarah Crespi about making the hard problem of consciousness easier by getting advocates of opposing theories to collaborate and design experiments to rule in or rule out their competing theories.Next…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Photographer, David Stevens. David talks about his time at Kansas University, the catalyst for his interest in photography, his time in the Army, working as a photojournalist shooting news, his travels and experiences photographing in the Mississippi Delta and Hill Country, he also talks to us about some of the com…
 
This is part two of a two-part podcast. I had a wonderful talk today with Santa Fe-based oil painter Kathryn Stedham. Kathryn is a very unique human being, to say the least. It's interesting when people are made to be artists, right? Not everyone finds their voice quickly, but it's clear that Kathryn found hers at a very early age. There were a few…
 
One of the most popular old house questions is, “What color should I paint my house?” Kristine Teno from Teno Interiors is here with some tips and ideas for choosing an exterior paint color you’ll love. Also, Alex from Old Town Home is back to help answer a listener question about the first steps of project planning.…
 
This ‘Essay on Reentry’ charts life after prison: and the way that others keep your sentence alive even when you’re wishing to just get on with your own life. It’s about secrets and choice and disclosure. And in the midst of all this, there is also love between a son and his dad, a son like a “straggling angel, / lost from his pack finding a way to…
 
Mark Deeks wants to shatter the myth that in order to play the piano you need to have started as a child, learnt scales and arpeggios and classical standards, and practised daily. He wants you to play piano for you, for your own enjoyment. In this bonus podcast episode Mark talks about his experiences in the world of music, and how he can help you …
 
A poem about blossoms that is not only about blossoms. Li-Young Lee remembers a glorious day when he and a companion bought peaches; peaches that had come from blossoms. And in the taste of peaches, the brown paper bag they came in, sold by a boy at a bend in a road, the poem tells us — again and again — that sweetness, yearning and generosity is p…
 
Staff Writer Kelly Servick talks with host Sarah Crespi about the pairing of a specific type of psychotherapy with the drug 3,4-methyl​enedioxy​methamphetamine, commonly known as ecstasy, for treating post-traumatic stress disorder.Also this week, Pamela Jakiela, an economics professor at Williams College, discusses the importance of knowing how ea…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with gouache plein air Artist, Tiffanie Mang. Tiffanie talks with us about her love of gouache, plein air painting, technique, the importance of fundamentals, simplicity, digital software, shape and value, her digital landscapes, brushes, routine, being in the moment, composition, process, animation, working on the Acad…
 
This is part one of a two-part podcast. I had a wonderful talk today with Kathryn Stedham for our 150th episode of the podcast. Kathryn is a very unique human being, to say the least. It's interesting when people are made to be artists, right? Not everyone finds their voice quickly, but it's clear that Kathryn found hers at a very early age. There …
 
Mike talks about some his recent works and morel mushrooms. Samantha Dion Baker then joins the podcast to talk about her evolving art practice from graphic design to illustration and author. She share her journey that has resulted in volumes of sketchbooks in her house. She talks about about her process, tools and approaches for creating wonderful …
 
Mike talks about some his recent works and morel mushrooms. Samantha Dion Baker then joins the podcast to talk about her evolving art practice from graphic design to illustration and author. She share her journey that has resulted in volumes of sketchbooks in her house. She talks about about her process, tools and approaches for creating wonderful …
 
On today's episode we discuss how to make your models POP!!!! Support the Show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trappedunderplastic Support the Show with Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/trapped-under-plastic Follow Jon: https://www.youtube.com/ninjon Follow Scott: https://www.youtube.com/miniac Join the FB group: https://www.facebook.com/gro…
 
Andrea Ehrhardt is a professional mural artist based in Springfield, Missouri, but she has created murals all over the world. Many of her murals allow passer-bys a photo opportunity, such as standing in front of Angel Wings. These get shared on social media and help spread her work. She has also grown her business through video, which she shares mo…
 
This poem takes place on battlegrounds. The poet — Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo — is at Gettysburg National Military Park, where she wanders around the cemetery searching for the graves of Mexican soldiers. Instead she finds KKK books on display in the park’s visitors gift shop. So much of this poem is about unearthing, and making offerings of devotion a…
 
Louise Luton was a teacher for 20 years, but after realizing she was in burnout she took the difficult decision to leave the profession and embark on a new life with oil paints. Music: Day Trips by Ketsa https://ketsa.uk/under Creative Commons License https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ketsa/Raising_Frequecy/Day_Trips Artworks: Emily Portnoi emilyp…
 
Betsy Greer is well known for her work in Craftivism. Betsy had a long journey, via an elitist art crowd, before finding out that crafts were here thing, and crafters "her people". Parental note: this episode contains a few expletives. Betsy Greer is a crafter, activist, "godmother of craftivism". Betsy has a B.A. in English Lit, and an M.A. in soc…
 
In this love poem, Matthew Olzmann writes about his wife — the poet Vievee Francis whose poem for Matthew was featured in the previous episode — and the reasons why their marriage might work: her courage, her tenacity, her quirks, her multiplicities. He recounts instances of her generosity and lands on a story of how, when she was down to her “last…
 
News Staff Writer Erik Stokstad joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss possible harms from how the shipping industry is responding to air pollution regulations—instead of pumping health-harming chemicals into the air, they are now being dumped into oceans.Also this week, William Brune, professor of meteorology and atmospheric science at Pennsylvania St…
 
This week, Wes and Todd talk with the pioneering Artist in the XR art space, Brooke Einbender. Brooke talks about her incredible art experiences while attending Wake Forest University, her experience of VR and how it led her to incorporate AR into her work, her journey to Telluride, the idea of doors and how it plays into her work, her multi-facete…
 
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