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Tiff Arment and Julia Skott talk about art and making. They won’t teach you how to turn your creativity into a business. Or how to do anything, really. They just want to talk about doing stuff. Hosted by Tiffany Arment and Julia Skott.
 
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Artsville

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Artsville

Crewest Studio + Sand Hill Artists Collective

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Welcome to the Artsville podcast where we celebrate contemporary American Arts & Crafts from Asheville NC and beyond. The Artsville podcast has it all: Painting, Pottery, Weaving, Woodworking, Welding, Glass Blowing and more. Just like Asheville, NC, Artsville is a friendly podcast where good folks like you can discover world class artisans, artists, craftsman and makers who use their hands and natural materials like fiber, clay, metal, glass, paper and wood to create stunning original arts ...
 
This a memoirkast called Curiosity's Apprentice, hosted weekly by Marijanel Knight, who is here to share her story through audio memoir. In this solo podcast you'll hear about Marijanel's interesting experiences of living as a curious person, lessons along the way, and thoughts on faith, creativity, life in general. Marijanel comes from a curious past and shares the ups and downs of her art journey and her current projects as an illustrator- all with the hope that this weekly time together i ...
 
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Wheel Talk

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Wheel Talk

Ryan Durbin & Becca Otis

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Ryan Durbin (@rdceramics) & Becca Otis (@5linespottery) share their experiences as potters, makers, small business owners, and creatives. Becca is a full time production potter & makes her own work as well, while Ryan is a full time website developer and part time potter. We'd love to share our ups and downs along the way as we build our skills as makers and small business owners in an honest, informal manner. We hope to bring you helpful tips we've learned over the years, learn from each ot ...
 
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 ...
 
Get obsessed with us. Five days a week, Pop Culture Happy Hour serves you recommendations and commentary on the buzziest movies, TV, music, books, videogames and more. Join arts journalists Linda Holmes, Glen Weldon, Stephen Thompson, and Aisha Harris - plus a rotating cast of guest pop culture aficionados. The Happy Hour team leaves room at the table for exploring a range of reactions and opinions on every bit of the pop universe. From lowbrow to highbrow to the stuff in between, they take ...
 
Welcome to the Stillness Everyday podcast where we delve into all aspects of living a life of stillness, from spirituality and optimising your mental health, to health and finance. We discuss finding foods that actually nourish you, investing and finance strategies to assist in financial freedom to reduce the burden of financial stress, meditation practices and ways you can find calm in your day to day. Our guests each offer their own unique perspectives and world views which we believe will ...
 
The podcast that takes archaeology exactly as seriously as it deserves. Two real professors of archaeology and one guy from a fake institution discuss cutting edge archaeological discoveries at a high professional level using technical knowledge and stuff. A scholarly podcast for the discerning listener, it’s handmade, artisanal, and bespoke! Critics say, “A cheeky and irreverent take,” and “the good kind of shenanigans.” Other critics say, “damaging to archaeology,” and “deeply discreditabl ...
 
Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know? Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and ...
 
On this podcast we discuss tea and tea culture with a member of the tea community. We discuss not just tea but our personal experiences with tea, where its taken us, what we've learned, who we've met, art we've created, or businesses started. I hope you join me on Hot Leaf Juice!
 
A designer learning the ropes on how to turn her passion into a business. I tend to dab my fingers into all sorts of creative outlets, from sewing to pottery, I’d love to learn it all. Catch me stumbling into the world of podcasting as I challenge my dyslexia head on. I will most likely ramble on being an entrepreneur, the purpose of life, motivation, the world of design, self love, branding, some mild fitness & the like. I’m all about knowing what’s on your mind, so do stop by with somethin ...
 
Para(normal) is a weekly entertainment, comedy, and non-investigative paranormal podcast where hosts, Marie Adoranti & Nicolina Savelli share tales of ghostly experiences – from famous hauntings to listener submitted hometown haunts, and special guest encounters – it’s like listening to spooky stories at a slumber party with your best friends.
 
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2.0

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2.0

John and Will Wiesenfeld

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2.0 is a podcast where brothers John and Will Wiesenfeld try to improve things that are... fine. // patreon: patreon.com/2PointOhPodcast // podcast twitter: @2PointOhPodcast // personal twitter/instagram: @BATHSmusic (Will) — @sweaterstripes (John) // Theme: Will // Art: John // <3
 
A podcast about clay and art and life. A celebration of the process of ceramics and all the failures and life lessons learned through clay and fire. Candid conversations about ceramics, pottery, sculpture, art and how that fits into our lives. A look at the historical and world perspective of ceramics and how do we still make new pots and art in our contemporary society? Most importantly this podcast is about people and relationships and the ceramics community in the 21st century.
 
Dr. Steven Collins and Dr. Gary Byers discuss Biblical Archaeology for the 21st Century. We have much to talk about on this channel including, 'Why archaeology is an important part of Bible study,' 'How Archaeology demonstrates the Bible’s historical accuracy and authenticity,' and 'Is Tall el-Hammam biblical Sodom?'
 
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Critical Craft Forum

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Critical Craft Forum

Critical Craft Forum | Namita Gupta Wiggers

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Episode 1:Book Talk on Tim Ingold's Making The material turn in art is deeply linked to craft processes, materials and ways of making. For Book Talk, we invite people from different fields to read and discuss a single book. How might artists, curators, educators, and theorists respond to a book and potentially use as a tool in their own thinking? Join Stephen Knott, Sarah Margolis-Pineo, Rowland Ricketts, and Namita Gupta Wiggers for their discussion of anthropologist Tim Ingold's Making: An ...
 
The pin tool podcast is run by artist /owner Al Wayman of Creek Road Pottery in Laceyville, Pennsylvania, next to the cold Tuscarora Creek. Pull up a chair around the wheel as we discuses topics concerning the art and craft of pottery, good books, story telling, marketing, and creating work that matters for folks who care.
 
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What can you learn about an archaic community from the art they created? Can the way in which their artefacts are displayed enhance the experience of viewing it? Very few remains still exist from Ancient Greek culture on the whole. However because of the durability of the material, pottery is a large part of the archaeological record from this period in Greece’s history, and as a result these vases have exerted a disproportionately large influence on our understanding of Greek society. These ...
 
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This week we continue our series More than a Maker with an interview featuring Bakersville, NC artist Will Baker. He is known for his beautiful atmospheric fired pottery, along with his kiln building skills which have taken him all over the eastern U.S. In our interview we talk about dealing with burn out through a variety of mindfulness practices,…
 
There are many things to look at when doing prep work and participating in a show to sell your art work. Analyzing opportunity cost, having the right product for the right buyers, and doing follow up is all very important. In this podcast I talk about the ways I think about shows and I hope you find the tips somewhat useful. #creekroadpottery #pott…
 
Today, you’re invited into the pottery studio and cutting garden of celebrated ceramic artist, Frances Palmer of Frances Palmer Pottery. We recently recorded a preview of Frances’s upcoming presentation at the Slow Flowers Summit. Our theme this year is Flowers as Artists’ Muse, and in the conversation that follows, you’ll learn why we invited Fran…
 
In our world of globalised food, there are few things that have remained true local specialities, and the Staffordshire oatcake is one of them. This oatmeal, yeasted pancake is an institution in Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding area, but still hardly anyone beyond the Midlands seems to have heard of them. The oatcake has a history stretching back hun…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome back Justuff League allum, Stuart Slavid of Bonhams Skinner Auctions. Stu joins the show to chat about the aging market for fine porcelain and ceramics, and the shifting mindset of would-be younger buyers. With so much emphasis being put on eternal experiences over material experiences, how do we get younger buyers i…
 
It’s a jam packed hometown haunts episode, starting with a letter from one of our patrons, Destiny. Marie shares a story about a haunted white noise machine and Nicolina tells us about an unpublicized demon possession, in Connecticut, featuring Lorraine Warren. We then explore alien sightings, and a profound ouija board experience that turned a ske…
 
This week, Benjamin Law is joined by guest co-host Tahlea Aualiitia to talk about creating and finding joy in safe spaces. Award winning podcast host and comedian Deborah Frances-White dials in from “The Guilty Feminist” to talk about comedy, activism and peeing outdoors.Ben and Tali discuss the charming and wholesome innocence of Netflix’s Heartst…
 
Harry Styles has just released his third solo album, called Harry's House. The new record finds the former One Direction singer presiding over a bunch of breezy, unfailingly pleasant love songs. The new album has already spawned a No. 1 single with the song "As It Was" and comes after 2019's Fine Line, which won Styles his first Grammy.…
 
Writer-director Aaron Wilson on Little Tornadoes, his beautiful portrait of life in small town Australia in 1971, a time when the country was swept up in change. Opera singer Tiriki Onus on his debut film Ablaze, where together with filmmaker Alec Morgan he uncovers a 70-year-old lost film made by the first Aboriginal filmmaker, his grandfather Wil…
 
Today, I’m so delighted to share my wonderful conversation with artist Ronni Nicole Robinson. Ronni creates works in plaster and paper and all of her pieces are botanically-inspired, utilizing flowers, branches and stems she clips from surrounding gardens and nature to incorporate into her embossed surfaces. When planning the 2022 Slow Flowers Summ…
 
The hugely influential Canadian sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall is back in a new Amazon show that marks their first return to writing and performing original sketches on television. These 8 episodes look and feel like another season of their first show, though of course the kids aren't kids anymore – something the new series has some fun …
 
The American artist Kiki Smith talks about tapestry and her long career.My Art Crush: painter and printmaker Kirtika Kain makes tactile work about the oppression and unrecorded history of Dalit people.Step inside the Palais de Tokyo (in Paris), Europe's largest centre for contemporary art, for a tour of the exhibition Reclaim The Earth.…
 
The American artist Kiki Smith talks about tapestry and her long career.My Art Crush: painter and printmaker Kirtika Kain makes tactile work about the oppression and unrecorded history of Dalit people.Step inside the Palais de Tokyo (in Paris), Europe's largest centre for contemporary art, for a tour of the exhibition Reclaim The Earth.…
 
New research has begun to reconstruct the smell of ancient perfumes from Egyptian tombs. But rich folks always try to smell better. The bigger question is what did the past smell like as whole? Our contestants detect zesty notes of burning dung and a cloying variety of herbs and spices.By thisweekintheancientneareast
 
Please fill out the listener survey here! Travis, James and Kevin welcome their friend Jeremiah Heller, owner of End to End Gallery in Hollywood, FL. Jeremiah joins the boys to chat about the ins and outs of owning a modern art gallery and how to works with upcoming artists to help them get into art galleries. Kevin has a lot of thoughts about the …
 
Gaspar Gorodisch is an Argentinian potter, Born in 1996 in the city of Buenos Aires. Through his young adult life Gaspar hopped between careers and jobs, having started as a cook at 18, managing bands and studying music full time at 20, and due to a bizarre accident, falling in love with pottery. http://ThePottersCast.com/836…
 
Les Misérables, Phantom of the Opera and Cats were all produced by the same man: Cameron Mackintosh. In Australia for the opening of a new production of Mary Poppins, Cameron shares his journey from humble beginnings to producer extraordinaire.Also, Anna O'Byrne shares songs and stories inspired by her work with Julie Andrews and we interrogate the…
 
Episode 021. This is my first shortykast. It's the May long weekend 2022 and I'm keeping it brief so I can go enjoy the weather, but though short it's packed with a punch. Deep stuff. 'Let's Suppose Love' is an excerpt from my journal where my mind is blown by the bigness and possibilities of love being in every molecule and what it could truly mea…
 
Canadian author, Emily St John Mandel, says the pandemic changed her as a writer. Her latest, Sea of Tranquility, was written during lockdown in New York and while it's a standalone novel, also features links to her previous books, Station Eleven and The Glass Hotel.Also, Goan-Anglo-Indian Australian writer Michelle Cahill's novel, Daisy and Woolf,…
 
Anna Lovind learned to read and write when she was very young, and used writing as a survival mechanism for a while, helping her through, although not understand, things that were happening to her in her young life. It was much later that she realized that writing could be an enjoyable form of expression and a way to explore her voice. Because of p…
 
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