Best Sculpture podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly program about visual art. The program features host Tyler Green's conversations with artists, art historians, curators, critics and authors. It is published each Thursday.
 
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Front Row
Daily
 
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
 
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Charles and Elin
Weekly
 
Are you a creative who want to make your passion your living? Then this show is for you! Charles and Elin are the French-Swedish artist-couple behind charlesandelin.com For the couple, to create art is not just a vocation, but a way of life. Listen to Charles and Elin discuss creativity, art and creative entrepreneurship. They also do frequent interviews with other professionals in the creative field about their journeys both as artists and business owners. Follow them on Instagram: @_charle ...
 
It's your world. Jump in.
 
Humanities Connection explores the intersection of the humanities and our daily lives, reflects on the past, present, and future, celebrates the power of literature, and demonstrates the importance of the humanities to understand the human experience.
 
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WFIU: Visual Arts
Monthly
 
Arts interviews, reviews, and features from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.
 
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Mark Bridge
Rare
 
Copywriter, journalist, photographer and podcaster. You'll find me at www.markbridge.info, www.markbridge.co.uk and twitter.com/markbridge
 
If you've watched and loved the delightful musical My Fair Lady, then you'd love to read the wonderful play on which it is based. Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is equally engrossing and as full of charm, wit and underlying pathos. First performed on stage in 1912, Pygmalion takes its title from the Greek myth of Pygmalion and Galatea. In the ancient story, a brilliant sculptor, Pygmalion falls in love with one of his own creations, a ravishingly beautiful sculpture whom he names Galatea. ...
 
THE BAY AREA'S #1 ARTS AND CULTURE PODCAST with Kate Rhoades and Maysoun Wazwaz
 
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Bay Curious
Weekly
 
Bay Curious is a podcast about the unexplored San Francisco Bay Area. Each week we take a deep dive into the mysteries that make this area quirky, delightful and, at times, dysfunctional. It’s a show about questions — and the adventures you stumble upon when you go looking for answers. Now here’s the twist: You ask the questions. You decide what we work on. You help us find the answer. Join host Olivia Allen-Price to explore the Bay one bite-sized episode at a time. The show is produced at K ...
 
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In the Moment
Daily+
 
In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and culture magazine program. We have a deeply rooted sense of place, and that place is South Dakota. In the Moment features authentic conversations with news makers, scholars, artists, and everyday South Dakotans. We bring you world-class radio storytelling featuring the highest journalistic integrity. We tell true stories of our state and true stories of people who are doing something or creating something for a reason. We tell these stories with intellig ...
 
It's a mix of local and national news and events.
 
Cam and Tim from Melbourne comedy duo/band ‘Charging Stallion’ discuss the world news stories that interest them.
 
WLRN’s coverage of the region is headed by Americas editor Tim Padgett, a 23-year veteran of TIME and Newsweek magazines.
 
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Scotland Outdoors
Weekly+
 
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors. A flavour of the countryside in 15 minutes! From BBC Radio Scotland
 
Weekly cultural nourishment with Monocle 24’s international critics in the fields of art, music, theatre, literature, film and television. Enjoy conversations with the directors, artists, authors and musicians and minds behind it all.
 
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TateShots
Monthly
 
Welcome to TateShots, our weekly programme for art junkies everywhere. TateShots presents a selection of short videos, with a focus on modern and contemporary art. Send feedback to tateshots@tate.org.uk.
 
WWNO’s radio magazine: a weekly half-hour of timely news, cultural features, and commentary from all corners of our city. Hosted by Janae Pierre.
 
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Bubbler Talk
Monthly+
 
What's got you scratching your head about the Milwaukee area? WUWM News reporters and Lake Effect producers investigate your questions.
 
Start your Sunday off right: visit cultural highlights from across London, get to know the weekend’s must-read and note down some culinary tips from those in the know. Plus: in-depth analysis of the weekend papers and discussions between the art world’s leading figures.
 
A podcast from the QI offices in which the writers of the hit BBC show huddle around a microphone and discuss the best things they've found out this week. Hosted by Dan Schreiber (@schreiberland) with James Harkin (@jamesharkin), Andrew Hunter Murray (@andrewhunterm), and Anna Ptaszynski (#GetAnnaOnTwitter)
 
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15 Minute History
Monthly
 
A podcast for educators, students, and history buffs
 
A podcast featuring both one-on-one and three-way roundtable conversations with contemporary artists, dealers, curators, and collectors--based in Los Angeles, but reaching nationally and internationally.
 
I think Puerto Vallarta is the most romantic place on the planet, and that is why I want to introduce this amazing town to all of you. The art, the food, the beauty, the unforgettable sunsets, the charm and the wonderful people of Puerto Vallarta await you. My aim, is not only to entice the newcomer, but also to give you, the everyday traveler the incentive and the initiative to stretch your horizons and make the most of your time off in this beautiful seaside paradise on the Pacific coast o ...
 
Each week three people from the Minnesota arts community talk about a performance, opening, or event they're excited to see or want others to check out.
 
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The Spew on WTAM
Daily
 
Hear The Spew weekdays at 9 am on Newsradio WTAM 1100
 
Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin and Pickles of the North. Free Form Live Radio: a radio sculpture done in real time using found objects.
 
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KAXE/KBXE music director Kari Hedlund, Centerstage MN host and producer Brett Carter, and What We're Reading's Tammy Bobrowsky discuss the book Let's Go (So We Can Get Back): A memoir of recording and discording with Wilco, Etc., by Jeff Tweedy.By sarah@kaxe.org (SBignall).
 
Free Form Live Radio by R. Paul Martin and Pickles of the North. Free Form Live Radio: a radio sculpture done in real time using found objects.
 
An interview with Javier Nino, a fine aritst in Puerto Vallarta. Also a visit to Choco Museo Puerto Vallarta. News and more.
 
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In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 1 When the emotions settled down, Frank Carroll was able to call it a "clash of expectations." He also called it "bad PR." It happened just down the hill from Carroll's house in the northern part of Custer - a deer hobbled by garden wire was shot and killed by South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks Dep ...…
 
Rita Ora on her six year journey to release her second album Phoenix, following a legal dispute with her record label. The musician, who has also acted in the Fifty Shades film trilogy and been a judge on television talent shows The Voice and The X-Factor, talks to John Wilson about finally being able to release music, song writing and her Alba ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 14, 2018 Show 480 Hour 1 "Plain Views: Watercolors by Judy Thompson" is on display at Augustana University in the Madson/Nelson/Elmen Galleries of the Fantle Building through February 11 at the Center for Western Studies. Thompson's work is inspired by the ever-changing landscapes of South Dakota. She has served as ar ...…
 
We Sit is a collaborative book of art by painter Marley Kaul and poet Geri Wilimek. Inviting readers to contemplate mortality, impermanence and rich morsels of experience, the stunning paintings and Zen inspired poetry ignite thought and conjure memories. In this segment of Area Voices, these longtime confidants discuss their decades long frien ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 14, 2018 Show 480 Hour 1 Since 2007, Sherry DeBoer has been at the helm of the South Dakota Humanities Council as Executive Director. DeBoer has played a pivotal role in promoting reading and literature across the state. As her tenure comes to an end this month, the Humanities Council welcomes Ann Volin as its new Exe ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 2 Congress has voted to approve a new $867 billion Farm Bill. The bill received strong bipartisan support (369-47 in the U.S. House). President Donald Trump is expected to sign the legislation as early as next week. South Dakota Farm Bureau president Scott VanderWal discusses the 2019 Farm Bill ...…
 
This week we have a rollicking chat with Dena Beard, the director and plumber of the LAB! She shares her leadership philosophy, her fashion secrets, and her love for parking garages. All the music in this episode is by FM-84 The LAB (Donate!) Sign this petition to save the Red Stone Labor Temple (the home of the LAB!) W.A.G.E. Bay Area Common W ...…
 
Marshall Helmberger is the publisher of the Timberjay newspaper and this week he talked about the continuing story of connecting towns like Orr and Ely to rural broadband and the difficulty with reliable phone service and internet to businesses. He also filled us in on his rebuttal at the Tower City Council meeting.…
 
Scott and Kara Kesti moved to Remer several years ago. Leaving behing life in the big city, the Kestis opened opened a store on mainstreet in Remer and have made it their mission to be engaged in their community, attract young people to the area, and spice things up a bit. They were a big part of organizing the now annual Bigfoot Music Festival ...…
 
Was that bigfoot?! Remer, MN is known for people having seen, smelled or heard bigfoot in their midst. This fall, the annual Bigfoot Music Festival was in full swing when Let's Visit producer Katie Carter paid a visit. She bumped into a unique and lively group of women who call themselves Shesquatchers . They are the first all female bigfoot hu ...…
 
Anna, James, Andy and Ed discuss whistling oysters, Captain Cook's goat, and King Lear's happy ending.
 
Leonard Hirsch moved to Hibbing in 1959. Always curious about history, after retiring from his job as a researcher for a mining company, he began volunteering at the Hibbing Historical Society. In this segment of Let's Visit, Leonard discusses how today's Hibbing compares to the hibbing of the late 50s and 60s. He also considers what the future ...…
 
Librarians and historians are full of knowledge. In this segment of Let's Visit, retired high school librarian Linda Siokkanen and historian Leonard Hircsh enlighten Let's Visit producer Katie Carter with art history and a whole alot more.By kcarter@kaxe.org (Katie Carter).
 
Milwaukee City Hall was completed in 1895. But if you've seen the building over the years, it may seem like it's been under constant construction. So, let's look at the work that's been done on City Hall and what's still in store. That's what Kim Marggraf wants to know, so she reached out to Bubbler Talk — our series where you ask, we investiga ...…
 
The Chippewa National Forest is home to 21 developed campgrounds and more than 100 backcountry campsites. We caught up with Knutson Dam campground host Floyd Baird just before Labor Day weekend this year. In this segment of Let's Visit, Floyd Baird discusses his experiences as a campground host, people he's encountered, and he shares some no no ...…
 
Sean Dunham is an archeologist working in the Chippewa National Forest. In this segmetn of Let's Visit, he discusses timetables associated with the Chippewa National Forest as well as the mysterious Star Island! What do you love to do in the Chippewa National Forest? Send us an email and let us know! We'd love to hear about it!…
 
In the beginning of 2018, Emily learnt to embroider as a personal project and began sharing it on Instagram @salt_stitches to track her process. It didn't take long before her account went through the roof. She quickly realised that she had to be reactive and has now turned her artistry into a full-time business. Tune into the interview to hear ...…
 
Let's Visit features communities in our listening area. We recently visited Park Rapids, MN! Liz Stone returned to her hometown of Park Rapids after many years away. She's now a city council member and passionate about the arts economy of her town. We caught up with her and chatted about it!By kcarter@kaxe.org (Katie Carter).
 
The holidays aren't always easy. Talking about grief is never easy. But life happens, and talking about it and writing about it helps. A.W. Barnes has a new book of personal essays, "The Dark Eclipse: Reflections on Suicide and Absence." He writes of his growing up one of eight children in a conservative Indianapolis home and how he didn't fit ...…
 
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It’s crunch time at the global climate conference in Katowice, Poland, and in the hallways and conference rooms, among sleep-deprived delegates and activists, there’s a palpable worry. The deadline for this year’s climate summit is tomorrow, and negotiators still haven’t resolved many of the most important issues. That’s led to concern that the ...…
 
Many South Dakota high schools continue to expand their career and technical education programs. At Madison High School, a new program offers students valuable hands-on experience at a local nursing home. The goal? To give them a head start on a future in healthcare. Madison High School is gaining a regional reputation for its career and tech e ...…
 
The latest in our Strong Women series is MN's Lieutenant Governor-elect Peggy Flanagan . She made not only Minnesota history,she is becoming the highest-ranking Native woman elected to executive office in the history of the United States.By hholtan@kaxe.org (Heidi Holtan).
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 2 On Call with the Prairie Doc airs Thursday nights at 7pm CT on SDPB TV. Tonight the topic is dermatology. He joins Lori Walsh today with more.By Midday@sdpb.org (Lori Walsh).
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 1 A new art exhibition opens tomorrow at the University Art Galleries at the University of South Dakota. This features the work of Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez. Sanchez refers to her art as a bicultural and transcultural experience. The exhibition runs through the 17th of January. That day will have ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 1 Denise Du Broy has been curator of the Rapid City Arts Council for the past 6 years. Denise is now the museum director of the Dahl Arts Center. She joins us today to both get to know her and learn what's happening in the near future at the Dahl.By Midday@sdpb.org (Lori Walsh).
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 1 The Siouxland Libraries have chosen "Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder" as the 2019 One Book Siouxland selection. Prairie Fires is the winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Biography, the National Book Critics Circle Award for Biography, the 2018 Heartland Prize for No ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 13, 2018 Show 479 Hour 2 A random entry to join NASA's social media team resulted in a nice surprise for Sioux Falls based photographer Wes Eisenhauer. NASA was looking for 20 creative people to document the December 5th launch of the SpaceX unmanned Dragon cargo ship. Eisenhauer photographs everything from weddings t ...…
 
Not Going Out is the UK’s longest-running sitcom on TV and will this year bring a live edition to our screens for Christmas. The show’s star and creator Lee Mack talks about its surprising longevity, the changing face of British comedy, and his childhood dream of being a jockey.From real life to the big screen and now the casino stage, Channing ...…
 
Episode No. 371 features artist Kehinde Wiley and curator Alison de Lima Greene. The Saint Louis Art Museum is presenting "Kehinde Wiley: Saint Louis," an exhibition of 11 paintings for which Wiley chose his models from northern Saint Louis City and from Ferguson, in Saint Louis County, and posed them in ways informed by paintings in SLAM's col ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 2 U.S. Senators John Thune and Mike Rounds are rallying behind a new farm bill that passed yesterday in the Senate. Thune, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, says input from the state's farmers and ranchers helped craft the bill that passed by a vote of 87-13. Dakota Political Junkies ...…
 
In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 1 Readiness and response are at the core of the South Dakota Army National Guard's reorganization of staff and units in South Dakota. Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, adjutant general of the South Dakota National Guard, explains the changes which include the closing of the Guard's armory in De Smet.…
 
Cam and Timmy discuss Chocolate Streets, Furry Sonic, Middle Finger Statue, Stephan Curry vs NASA, Stolen Trees and a Sleepy Lizard Hero.
 
John Carlos and Tommie Smith both won medals in the same track event at the 1968 Olympic games in Mexico City. On the medal stand, both raised clenched fists in a salute to Black power. The backlash that followed cost them the rest of their running careers and years of difficulty outside of sports. Fifty years later, the prevailing attitude tow ...…
 
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In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 1 Mary Stadick Smith is South Dakota's interim Secretary of Education. She is with us today to discuss South Dakota's first report card under the Every Student Succeeds Act.By Midday@sdpb.org (Lori Walsh).
 
In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 2 Chuck Parkinson is the host of Where Do We Go From Here. Today he talks with a few newly elected state legislators. First he joins Scyller Borglum in our Rapid City studio with a preview. Scyller will represent district 32.By Midday@sdpb.org (Lori Walsh).
 
In The Moment ... December 12, 2018 Show 478 Hour 1 The South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team will once again face the Bison of North Dakota State. SDPB's Nate Wek speaks with head coach John Stiegelmeier.By Midday@sdpb.org (Lori Walsh).
 
Two new films with comic book superheroes at the centre - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse and Aquaman - have just been released. Aquaman is DC’s follow-up to their hugely successful 2017 film Wonder Woman, while Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an animated superhero film which imagines Spidermen (and women) from alternative universes who ...…
 
Redlining is the practice of denying a credit-worthy applicant a loan for housing in a certain neighborhood, even though the applicant may otherwise be eligible for the loan. Redlining on a racial basis has been held by the courts to be an illegal practice. What are the roots of redlining and what effects does it still have today? How can we be ...…
 
How can we honor significant Maryland women who may not show up in our history books? The Maryland Women’s Heritage Center offers one example with its Unsung Heroines exhibit. The Center is an outgrowth of the Maryland Women’s History Project that began in 1980 as a collaborative venture between the Maryland Commission for Women and the Marylan ...…
 
This week on Art Hounds: A dance set to the soundtrack of Charlie Brown's Christmas, a bilingual Messiah and a husband-wife ceramic duo at The Phipps.
 
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Millions of people have to move each year due to natural disasters and the impacts of climate change. Droughts that kill crops in Somalia. Rising seas that erode riverbanks in Bangladesh. Increasingly powerful storms all over the world. Many call these displaced people “climate refugees.” But legally, there’s no such thing. The UN’s 1951 refuge ...…
 
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