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Design Life

Charli Prangley, Femke Van Schoonhoven

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Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two females. This show aims to tackle the big issues designers face like getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few. We want to open up discussion about things we wish we heard people talk about ...
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This podcast centers on my research and understanding of color, color usage, and optics as they relate to theories of human color perception in the making of visual art and design. By Ed Charbonneau, an artist (drawing & painting focus), and an adjunct faculty member in the Foundation and Fine Arts Departments at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. (Content expressed does not reflect the views of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design)
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A lively bi-monthly podcast exploring international emerging and established artists and art influencers. Hosted by British Art Historian, Art Advisor and Gallerist Juliet Rees-Nilsson, based in Scandinavia, who brings her open fresh approach to art and art collecting with great co-hosts and insightful conversations.
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Helping you become a more effective information designer. You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with s ...
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In May 2017, 49-year-old builder Michael McGrath disappeared, almost without trace. No crime scene was ever found. No weapon was ever found. No body was ever found. So how could his longtime friend be arrested and charged with murder? In February 2023, the trial of David Charles Benbow finally began. Benbow stood accused of murdering McGrath because he’d started a relationship with Benbow’s former partner, Joanna Green. The prosecution said that, while based entirely on circumstantial eviden ...
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Clever

Amy Devers

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Clever is a window into the humanity behind the design of the world around us. In each episode, designer Amy Devers has candid and revealing conversations with the visionaries, culture-makers, and creative forces who shape our world and inform our society. Through raw candor and honest shop-talk, Clever peels back the layers to unearth the gritty, authentic and sometimes surprising details of their creative paths. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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A podcast for creative entrepreneurs who want practical tips and strategies to build engaging brands and craft high converting websites. We’re your hosts Davey and Krista, cofounders of a brand + website design agency specializing in visual brand design and Showit + WordPress websites.
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Unlock your path to creative success with the Design Break podcast, hosted by @RockyRoark—owner & design director of Blue Cyclops Design Co. Breaking into the creative world is hard enough. Making it as a freelancer is even more challenging. If you're currently considering jumping into a creative field or looking for freelance opportunities, this podcast is for you. Topics include creative community, design, branding, freelance, job searching, career advice, actionable advice, and more.
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Design With Ash

Ashish Kashyap

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Hi, Welcome to my podcast, I'm a Graphics designer. here you gonna consume content related to Graphics Design, Logo Design, visual art, and everything revolves around to design and graphics.
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Welcome to The Retail Whore by me, Michelle Sherrier: a podcast of stories and lessons from a life in retail. After decades spent in the retail industry, I’ve seen and done it all. Join me every week as I interview people from all walks of retail, the service industry, the wholesale gift industry, and more. We’ll talk about what drives them, the things they love, and some of the biggest lessons they have learned along the way. Brace yourself for The Retail Whore, a show that entertains and e ...
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Paperweight Radio

Juliette Kristensen

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Paperweight Radio: Explorations in Visual and Material Culture draws together artists, designers, academics, curators, writers and researchers around a theme, to explore the territory of visual and material culture from different vantage points. In these explorations, Paperweight offers reports from the front-line of research into visual and material culture, running into the heat of battle and reporting back with dispatches.
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[Draws in Spanish] showcases noteworthy Latinx visual artists, exploring their creative journeys and how they got to where they are today. Host and Chilean-American illustrator, Fabiola Lara, brings humor and empathy to the conversation, uncovering how the artist’s culture and Latinx identity informs their artwork. Whether you’re just starting your creative career or looking to discover the next big name in visual art, join Fabiola as she chats in English with artists who draw in Spanish.
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Typography Dojo

Rachel Elnar @ TypeEd

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Typography Dojo is the place where we explore the traditions and techniques in the practice of type and typography with lessons and insights from visual design masters. Join me to learn more about typesetting, readability, hand lettering, editorial design, type design, Calligraphy, logo design and how they improve graphic communication.
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Sports Design Podcast is a weekly podcast that talks about the visual design that can be seen in sports around the world. Tyler and Kevin sit down weekly to have a conversation about different topics relating to design in sports.
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One More Question

Nicework, Ross Drakes

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One More Question is a podcast by Nicework. We are on a mission to build purposeful Web3 brands that people care about. One of the things we do best is to ask the right questions. This podcast exists because we want to share some of the best answers we have heard over the last 15 years. Our clients range from a venture studio and Hollywood film producers to the inventors of the hamburger, to name a few. We have had the honour of talking to guests like Micheal Bierut, Natasha Jen, Bruce Mau, ...
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Welcome to the Creative "Viz" podcast, where each week we explore visual storytelling, design insights, and the latest technologies that are shaping the future of architecture. Stay in the loop to gain a competitive advantage in the rapidly-evolving world of design and visualization. Connect with Scott Baumberger: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sbaumberger/ Work with Apex Visualization: https://www.apex-visualization.com/
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Designer & Designer

Brian Fling, Joe Alterio

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Designer & Designer is a podcast about design. Each episode dives into a design topic with candor and humor, exposing the rarely talked about challenges that designers face, and what it takes to create great design.
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The NerdBrand Podcast is the intersection of nerd culture, branding, and advertising. Nerd culture is no longer an isolated subculture; it’s THE culture of the day and makes its way into our daily lives through the entertainment we seek and the technology we rely upon. Listen as we discuss our views on visual design, branding, and advertising for movies, comics and novels, video games, technology, and other nerdy passions.
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The Beauty Of Independence

Ben Carter/The 5th Element Podcast Network

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Join Ben Carter (HipHopNumbers) as he sits down with independent artists across the whole spectrum of creation - music, poetry, journalism, visual design. If it's art, it's here. This is the essence of independent creation. It's about shining a light on the hardest workers in music and art, uncovering their process and inspiring others to strike out on their own and create something untouched by convention and popular opinion. Each conversation is stamped with the unique personality and expe ...
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Unit Editions publishes books on design, visual culture and beyond. Listen to a series of podcasts featuring discussions with designers, authors and commentators connected to Unit Editions, the independent publishing company.
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Noise Between Stations is a podcast about the potential of digital design hosted by Victor Lombardi. We explore the intersection of the Internet, software, hardware, business, and life. We explain things in layperson's terms, but most of our audience is designers and technologists. We focus on issues like product design, visual design, interaction design, information architecture, content strategy, and business strategy. Noise Between Stations is hosted by Victor Lombardi, author of the book ...
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This podcast is part of the Chaos Group Labs. In this podcast, we talk to our friends, find out what they are doing, talk about what we are doing, and generally look at all things that interest us including CGI, VFX, Design, Rendering, Raytracing, an d any other CG Nerdy stuff.
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Welcome to Wide Walls, a podcast where inspiring educators, researchers, designers, and innovators share their personal journey and their vision for creating better learning experiences for children.
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Curious about transforming your brand's narrative with visual storytelling? Dive into the Visual Storytelling Today podcast! Host Shlomi Ron, the visionary Founder/CEO of the Visual Storytelling Institute, engages with leading storytellers across industries. Discover their journeys, challenges, and successes. Each episode is a treasure trove of insights, available in audio, video, and blog formats for a full storytelling immersion. newsletter.visualstorytell.com
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RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 32 every Wednesday at 21:30 & RTHK 31 every Satur ...
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Noisy Pixels Podcast

Noisy Pixels Podcast

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Candid interviews with leading people in the industries of live and post production audio, live and post production video, lighting, visual design and much more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/noisypixels/support
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Host Richard Kraft invites writers, artists, scientists, musicians and people from all areas of life to select eight talismanic books, which have profoundly affected them. Richard’s probing, insightful questions open doors not only to the books, but also the arc of each guest’s life and work.
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The Design Pod PH

The Design Pod Team

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The Design Pod is a podcast that talks about anything that centers on visual and graphic design. The show's goal is to create discourse on the current trending issues and spotlight in the Philippine graphic, visual and media scene.
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Lean Into Art

Jerzy Drozd and Rob Stenzinger

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The Lean Into Art Cast serves visual and interactive storytellers with topics and coversation that explores design thinking, creative communication, visual arts, comics, illustration, creative coding, and more.
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Art Fair Confidential

Redwood Art Group | Art Fair Confidential

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Redwood Art Group – With over 40 art fairs spanning more than 11 years, our shows in New York, Miami, Santa Fe, and San Diego are celebrated as premier destinations for discovering and collecting contemporary and modern art and design. Attracting nearly 100,000 attendees annually, Redwood Art Group fairs support galleries as they champion the careers of artists, strengthen the local art market, and inspire art lovers from around the world.
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Full Bleed

Brandon Waybright

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A podcast that investigates the overlooked and underrepresented in design featuring conversations and investigations into design history, education and practice.
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DSVC Rough Talks is a podcast series about design, visual arts, and the creative industries which support them. Join us as we dive deeper into the people, topics, meetings and events of the DSVC with our host, Ramsey Ruelas.
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Visual Pine

Alex and Ariana

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Visual Pine, a podcast about design! Ariana and Alex are two young graphic designers talking about various aspects of the design world and trying to make sense of it all. Come along for fun discussions about the design and creative world, pick up some tricks and tips, and hear them vent about the struggles they face.
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In our news wrap Sunday, hostage release and cease-fire talks between Israel and Hamas have stalled, hundreds of displaced Palestinian families moved north along Gaza's coast, House Republicans renewed an effort to pass military aid for Israel, Sydney police gave an update on Saturday's deadly stabbing attack at a mall, and artist and author Faith …
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Entrepreneur and author Derrick Fennell has been a flight attendant for more than 14 years. Many of his passengers know him for his in-flight poems reflecting on his time in the skies. Fennell shares one of his poems and his Brief But Spectacular take on the miracle of flight. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funder…
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This week’s episode is sponsored by @salesproducersinc, a progressive business to business company representing Gift, Lifestyle, Fashion, Personal Care, & Kids lines selling to retail stores with a mission to create long lasting, profitable relationships by adding significant value to our Customer, Vendor, and Team partners. For more information, c…
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In the summer of 2022, historic flooding in eastern Kentucky washed away homes and entire communities, claiming more than 40 lives. It also devastated an important cultural hub for the larger region, Appalshop, home to a large archive of Appalachian history and culture. Jeffrey Brown first brought us Appalshop's story in 2018 and recently returned …
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In this episode, Jimi Holstebro discusses identifying gaps, pursuing education to fill them, and seamlessly integrating acquired skills into his work, all while enjoying the process. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and Androi…
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In this Visual Storytelling Today podcast episode, I chat with Charlene Li, a widely respected expert on emerging technologies and disruptive business strategies (https://charleneli.com). We talked about her impressive journey, clarifying the stakes of the rising misinformation for brands, her approach to ethical AI, illustrative industry examples,…
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Narsiso Martinez is an artist whose work celebrates the vital and often invisible labor performed by farmworkers. Martinez's work is informed by his own experiences as a farmworker, spending summers picking produce in Washington state to support himself while studying at California State University, Long Beach. He gives his Brief But Spectacular ta…
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As Chris is tied up with a really cool Chaos project, we’re revisiting some of the older episodes of the CG Garage podcast. And we’re starting big with true luminaries of Hollywood revealing how they got their projects off the ground. First up is Doug Trumbull, the 2001: A Space Odyssey VFX genius who went on to direct Silent Running and continuall…
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Janella Watson is an educational and organizational strategist and champion of inclusion, equity, and authentic representation in Children’s Media. She is an executive leader, brand manager, experiential learning specialist, and researcher whose transformative approach to advising inspires and guides clients to create curriculum, experiences, and m…
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In this episode Charli and Femke talk about their experience of having retreats with their teams, how retreats should be structured, what is their purpose and how to make the best out of in-person time with your teammates. As remote work becomes increasingly prevalent and we usually do not get the chance to see our co-workers’ faces outside of vide…
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Some people see older buildings as revered artifacts that have stood the test of time, but others see them as occupying sites that could be used for new development. That tension is currently playing out in Phoenix, Arizona, a city that's a rich source of one specific style of architecture. Ali Rogin reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://…
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Affordable Art Fair (AAF). Each year the fair welcomes over 185,000 art enthusiasts to art fairs around the world. On this episode the Affordable Art Fair Stockholm Director Carl Wilhelm Hirsch joins host Juliet on the podcast to discuss the fair and the forthcoming Pop Up Art Fair in Malmö. This will be …
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In my monthly solo shows, I’ll be filling you in on what’s been happening in my world, what projects I’m working on, and updates on any exciting news. I’ll also be talking about industry best practices, and in this episode, I’ll share with you how I like to tackle store flips step by step. I also share some of the new projects I’m getting into, inc…
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Elizabeth Sheils, co-founder of the popular CRM, Rock Paper Coin, joins Davey on the podcast today for a wide-ranging interview. Any service-based business could benefit from this conversation but especially those in the Wedding Industry as the conversation. Initially we set out to discuss proposals and her unique take on where unique proposals fit…
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"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'' by Mark Twain is one of the cornerstones of American literature. "James," a new novel by Percival Everett, takes another look at the story and brings an unheard voice to the forefront. Jeffrey Brown sat down with Everett for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org…
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Joan Wicks is a sixth-grade humanities teacher in Los Angeles who helped her students rebound from COVID learning loss through her devotion and advocacy. The school was recently recognized with the California Distinguished Schools Award. Wicks shares her Brief But Spectacular take on inspiring a love of learning. PBS NewsHour is supported by - http…
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With V-Ray 6 for Maya and Houdini, update 2, Chaos adds an important feature to its powerful renderer: MaterialX support. With this addition, artists and studios can seamlessly use materials across different DCCs and get identical results, removing many of the pain points of increasingly complicated modern 3D pipelines. In this podcast, V-Ray for M…
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In this episode, Claire Ohlenschlager, an avid doodler, shares how she developed her sketchnoting practice, found a thriving sketchnoting community, and awakened her passion for teaching. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting, available on iOS, Windows, and A…
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Frequently referred to as the godmother of Italian design, Marva Griffin Wilshire, grew up in a large family in Venezuela, reading House & Garden and rearranging the furniture. Drawn to Italy in the 1970’s, she landed a job as a secretary for Piero Busnelli, founder of B&B Italia, which opened up her entire world. She was introduced to architects a…
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One artist has taken popular designer handbags to a whole new level by transforming the accessories into artwork. Instead of his creations hanging on the wall, Kent Stetson decided to put them right in your hand. Pamela Watts of Rhode Island PBS Weekly reports for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.o…
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For more than two decades, Vermont-based photographer Jim Westphalen has documented old farmhouses, barns, churches and homes that have fallen into disrepair -- he calls it "finding beauty in decay." His works are collected in a book and film, both titled "Vanish: Disappearing Icons of a Rural America." Westphalen shares his Brief But Spectacular t…
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Beyoncé's highly-anticipated album that's deeply rooted in country music, "Cowboy Carter," just dropped. It's Beyoncé, it's big and it's venturing into an unexpected arena of music. "Cowboy Carter" also features some of country music's biggest stars. Jeffrey Brown discussed the album with Candace McDuffie of The Root. PBS NewsHour is supported by -…
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Are you looking for ways to make your work stand out in a crowded industry, like sports? Or maybe looking for a topic with pretty clean data to create a portfolio project? In today’s episode, we’re chatting with Shri Khalpada, a D.C. area creative coder and Principal Software Engineer at Cleaning the Glass, which is an NBA analytics website founded…
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The on-again, off-again diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba have made it more difficult for Cuban musicians to travel to the U.S. for this year's summer music festivals. Special correspondent Mike Cerre reports from Havana for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
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On this episode gallery Founder and podcast host Juliet is joined by Swedish photorealist painter Mathias Frykholm. Mathias Frykholm is a self-taught painter who phenomenal talent has led to his career thriving since he became a full time artists five years ago. His large scale canvases are truly captivating and engage the viewer on many levels wit…
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Kate Murray is the owner of Quick Brown Fox Letterpress, based in the Hudson Valley of New York. Quick Brown Fox makes quirky cards with perfect puns the old-fashioned way: one color at a time, one card at a time, on turn of the century letterpress machines. To pay her dues, Kate worked in two amazing NYC letterpress studios for more than 10 years.…
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This week I’m joined by Chad Campbell of Teach Well Online. Chad and his wife Becca Campbell are good friends and frequent guests on our podcast. You might know them from their success of Little Z Sleep, The Course Company or The Sleep Sorority. In this episode we dive into finding an audience for your online course, choosing a topic and how to beg…
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Polyglot Theatre and guests come together for a panel discussion on the joys of engaging children and families in arts experiences that connect to nature and natural environments.From its large-scale touring theatre works to small playful interventions, Polyglot has increased its focus on the way nature and sustainability feed into the organisation…
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After decades of covering war, traveling the world and being estranged from his family, journalist and author Rod Nordland was in New Delhi when he was struck by a grand mal seizure and given a diagnosis of incurable cancer. Nick Schifrin sat down with Nordland to talk about facing death and his discovery of a grace and love that he had never felt …
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An estimated 505 million people will listen to podcasts in 2024, the most in the medium's short history. Since the term podcast was coined in 2004, the format has grown into a $25 billion industry. But the industry's expansion has also come with major growing pains. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supp…
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Pierpaolo Barresi shares how he’s always dreamed of creating something significant. He founded Yobi Scribes, an Italian company that uses creativity, art, games, and communal enjoyment to help achieve business objectives. Sponsored by Concepts This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Concepts, a perfect tool for sketchnoting…
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In this podcast episode, Femke and Charli delve into the concept of personal branding. They discuss whether personal branding requires strategic planning and the level of intentionality one should have regarding their personal brand. Femke and Charli explore the distinction between personal and company brands, the objectives personal branding can h…
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Over his 30-year career, Julian Levi has produced VFX for Hollywood movies, beginning with Braveheart, moving into O Brother, Where Art Thou?, The Day After Tomorrow (with Chris), Speed Racer, X-Men: First Class, Prometheus, and many more. Most recently, he helped director Gareth Edwards bring the world of The Creator to life, earning four VES awar…
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Lenny Kravitz has been busy. He has a new single out Friday from his album set for release in May, an international tour planned for this summer and earlier this month, he earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Geoff Bennett spoke with Kravitz in Los Angeles and visited some of his old haunts. It's for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS…
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A new novel takes on art and personal history, using fiction to explore the lives of both the author and an important art world figure. "Anita de Monte Laughs Last" is a tale of two women a generation apart. Jeffrey Brown sat down with author Xochitl Gonzalez for our arts and canvas series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org…
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Mathilde Cerioli owns a PhD in Cognitive Neurosciences from the University of Montreal with a focus on cognitive training for adolescents. After a few years conducting research in neuroscience, she embraced the world of entrepreneurship by co-founding Fly Little Dragon to connect parents with experts in children’s development and learning. She is c…
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This week’s episode is sponsored by @salesproducersinc, a progressive business to business company representing Gift, Lifestyle, Fashion, Personal Care, & Kids lines selling to retail stores with a mission to create long lasting, profitable relationships by adding significant value to our Customer, Vendor, and Team partners. For more information, c…
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Today I’m joined by photographer and business coach Christa Rene. We’re diving into ways you can avoid burnout as a service provider by adding products to your business, why clients typically don’t buy from online galleries and what you can do instead to increase your profit per session while shooting less. As always, links and resources can be fou…
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Archviz artists love Chaos Corona. This renderer has become a go-to for visualizing everything from compact kitchens to sky-scraping towers, giving users stunning results straight out of the box. But what’s on the horizon for this popular renderer? In this podcast, Product Manager Tom Grimes discusses what makes Chaos Corona a popular choice for th…
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It was an art movement that helped create a new portrait and understanding of Black life in America. Now, The Harlem Renaissance is the subject of an exhibition at one of the country's leading museums, the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.p…
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