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Best Performanceart podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Performanceart podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Nancy Kranzberg talks with artists, performers and movers and shakers in the arts community. Interviews cover music, visual arts, dance, literature and performance.
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That Tuesday is a podcast produced in France by American sound artist and poet Marjorie Van Halteren. In each episode Marjorie meets another sound and/or music maker, who accepts the That Tuesday challenge to exchange and perform. The podcast is usually bi-lingual French English - and universally understood by all who ride the frequencies in search of beautiful noise. Arts, performing arts.
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Guest Jason Lee Brown, Editor in Chief of River Styx Magazine, talks about the history of the publication, what goes into making an interesting live reading, and their upcoming move.
Guest Hannah Klemm, Assistant Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, stops by to us what exciting shows are coming up at the museum and how St. Louis rates on a national scale as an arts capital.
Guests Susan Barrett, President and Owner, & Kelly Peck, Vice President, of Barrett Barrera Projects stop by to tell us about the goings on at their now 3 locations and how they are working to reinvent the way art is presented in St. Louis.
Guests Anne Murphy, Program Coordinator for Innovations in Textiles 2019, and Robin Hirsch-Steinhoff, Artistic Director of Art St. Louis stop in to talk about the history of Innovations in Textiles and what highlights you can expect at this quadrennial event.
Guest Jan Albus, CEO of Variety and Executive Producer of Variety Theatre, stops in to talk about the work the charity does to help children in the St. Louis region and how their upcoming fundraising event showcases those efforts.
Guest Gene Dobbs Bradford, President & CEO of Jazz St. Louis, stops by to talk about the exciting new happenings and upcoming performances at Jazz at the Bistro.
Paul Emery, President of The Playhouse at Westport Plaza, stops by to talk with Nancy about the Playhouse and about upcoming shows.
Nancy Talks with Jeff Lea, public relations manager for Lambert Airport, about the Art of Travel gala on October 3rd.
Guest Mark Witzling, Executive Director of the Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design, comes by the studio to discuss the differing features and capabilities of both the Delmar and Grand locations and how those differences work toward the Center's overarching mission.
Guest Chris Piemann from The Sheldon stops in to discuss some new things taking place at the music venue and galleries.
Guest Peter Columbatto with the Live at Lindenwood Series sops in to tell about the origin of the event, how it's grown over the years, and what special treats are in store for this year's upcoming edition.
Guest Liz Schuster, Owner of Tenacious Eats, stops in to discuss the art and craft of cooking and how adding another sensory experience can help elevate cinema in new ways.
Guest Sabine Eckmann, William T. Kemper Director & Chief Curator of the Kemper Art Museum, stops in to discuss all of the big changes in the works in and around the museum and details the upcoming exhibition by international artist Ai Wei Wei.
Guest Dan Reich, Curator & Director of Education at the St. Louis Holocaust Museum, stops in to tell us about the latest goings on at the museum and their work towards finding lessons in tragedy.
Wassan Al-Khudhairi, Chief Curator at the Contemporary Art Museum ST. Louis, stops by to speak with Nancy about CAM and the current exhibitions.
Guest Robert Endicott, Chairman of The National Blues Museum here in St. Louis, discusses the museum's exhibits, outreach and education, regular live performances, and their charge for covering the history of the blues nationally vs a regional or St. Louis focus. Rob is also a trumpet player and lawyer who first performed the blues with the leg ...…
Guest Dr. Frances Levine, President and CEO of the Missouri Historical Society, chats about the goings on at the many institutions that the Society oversees including the History Museum and Soldiers Memorial.
Guest Gina Alvarez, Executive Director of VSA Arts of Missouri / Living Arts Studio, shares details on how their group fosters and facilitates creativity in people of all levels of ability through mentorship, classes, and access to a creative workspace.
Guest Cynthia Prost, President of the Arts and Education Council, stops in to discuss funding the arts in St. Louis and their upcoming awards night.
Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, Director and Curator of The Sheldon Art Galleries, stops by to talk with Nancy about this year's "Golf the Galleries and The Sheldon Galleries in general.
Guest John Pierson, Associate Artistic Director of the St. Louis Actors Studio, stops in to talk about their home at the Gaslight Theater, the upcoming LaBute New Theater Festival, and other new developments within their organization.
Guests Dana Turkovic, Cuator of Laumeier Sculpture Park, & artist Carlos Zamora stop by to talk about the latest at the park: transforming the utilitarian golf carts into roving kinetic sculptures.
Guest Carmon Colangelo, Ralph J. Nagel Dean, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, stops in to discuss the big changes going on at the campus and shares details about his personal art practice.
Guest Erin Quick, Executive Director of the St. Louis Poetry Center, stops in to talk about the history of the organization, some of the notable past members, and how you can get involved!
Guests Gary Passanise, Founder & Director, and Francesca Passanise, President & Education Officer, of the Santo Foundation stop in to share details of the work their foundation does to help emerging local artists and how they plan to honor the group's 10th anniversary.
Guest Marilyn Brown, Co-Chair of the St. Louis Jewish Film Festival, stops by to discuss some of the highlights of the upcoming annual festival. Including some films you won't be able to see anywhere else.
Guest Pete Timmermann, Interim Director of the Webster University Film Series, stops in to discuss his thoughts on film and being a fan of movies. He also shares some highlights and information about the upcoming film festival.
Christopher Mohnani: Managing Director of Programs and Community Engagement for Dance St. Louis stopped by to speak with Nancy about Dance St. Louis as well as the upcoming Spring to Dance Event on memorial day weekend.
Guest Tom Ridgely, Executive Producer of Shakespeare Festival St. Louis, stops by the station to talk about some of the exciting things that have developed in the past year and what's in store for this year's upcoming Festival!
Guest Stephanie Bliss, Director of the Eugene Field House & Museum, talks about the children's poet, his famous father, and their link to St. Louis.
Guest Carrie Houk, Artistic Director of the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis, stops by to discuss this year's festival including some rare opportunities to see works that are seldom staged.
Guests and actresses Jacqueline Thompson and Kari Ely, two recipients of 2019 Visionary Awards, talk about the works they've done in the arts that earned them this recognition.
Guest Mark Sundlov, Director of the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, stops in to share highlights of the newly renovated museum and talks about the history of the memorial and steps that have been taken to preserve the past to carry it into the future.
Guest David Kirkland of Turn Restaurant talks DJing and cooking and shares how music inspired him to turn the tables on cuisine.
Guest Kim Eberlein, Founder, discusses the work that goes into the Sing For Siteman event that raises funds to help the Siteman Cancer Center work towards a cure.
Steve Pick and Amanda Doyle, Co-Authors of St. Louis Sound: An Illustrated Timeline, stop by to speak with Nancy About the St. Louis Music scene and the book they created as a love letter to it. They also talk about various events surrounding it's release.
Guest Chris Hansen, Executive Director of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, stops in to talk about the role the foundation plays in promoting arts in the city and to discuss their newest development: The High Low.
Artist Jasmine Leah Raskas stops in to discuss her artwork and how creating art has helped her through challenging circumstances.
Guest David Wilson, Creator of the True/False Film Fest, stops in to tell us the history of the festival and share highlights form this year's upcoming edition.
Guest Sean Robertson, Theater Manager of the Florissant Civic Center Theater, shares some of the history of the theater and its upcoming events.
Guest Patty Wente, CEO & President of the International Photography Hall of Fame & Museum, discusses current and upcoming exhibitions, noteworthy members of the Hall of Fame, and the annual induction ceremony as well as classes and other offerings.
Jessica Hentoff Artistic Executive Director for Circus Harmony stops by to talk with Nancy about the goings-on and history of Circus Harmony, as well as how they recently learning that they are the recipient of the Missouri Arts Award for education.
Diana Hansen, Director of Galleries and Internships for the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, stops by to talk with Nancy about the work she does for the foundation and her background.
Guest Tonina Saputo, singer-songwriter/bassist, music journalist & poet, discusses her musical beginnings and the path that her art and career has taken.
Guest Peter Palermo, Executive Director of the Sheldon, shares how his past experience will help take the organization in a new direction while honoring what's come before. He also details the upcoming Gala.
Guest Sarah Griesbach, Executive Editor of All The Art Quarterly, stops in to discuss the magazine and its work to bring arts awareness to unexpected places in our region.
Audio art piece created over distances by Marjorie Van Halteren (France) and Brian Price (USA) for the That Tuesday podcast. Mark Time Grandmaster Brian Price and his Great Northern Audio Theatre partner, Jerry Stearns, had a good year in 2017. They won an APA Audie for their feature-length drama, IN THE EMBERS, and were awarded the Norman Corw ...…
Nancy talks with her guests from the St. Louis Art Museum about the exhibition Graphic Revolution: American Prints 1960 to Now, as well as the history of prints.
Guest Kevin Ginty, Executive Director of St. Louis Classical Guitar, shares the mission of his organization, highlights upcoming concerts, and tells us how classical guitar is way more than most people realize.
Guest Olivia Lahs-Gonzales, Director of The Sheldon Art Galleries, stops by to discuss a few highlights of the current and upcoming exhibits in the galleries.
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