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The Scrapbook Podcast

Jody Pratt & Patrick Wigfall

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Just two best friends laughing and arguing all while creating short stories, movie concepts, cartoons and plays on the spot. Sometimes the drafts come from three randomly selected pieces of paper and built upon. Other times, from a spark in their own minds and pure creativity. Welcome to The Scrapbook Podcast.
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NLKBM Sound Biblical Doctrine Hour

New Life Kingdom Builders Ministries

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New Life Kingdom Builders Ministries is a place where people can come and be made whole. We believe in people, marriages and families receiving restoration, healing and deliverance through the power of God. We believe Christians should go out in the power of the Holy Ghost and the authority given by Jesus to be the kingdom here on earth. We are a network of ministries that go out and do the Father’s will by doing what Jesus did in Matthew 4:23 by preaching, teaching and healing all manner of ...
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
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Episode No. 650 features curator Anne-Lise Desmas and author Jim Moske. With Emerson Bowyer, Desmas is the co-curator of "Camille Claudel," a retrospective of the French modernist sculptor's career, at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Until now, Claudel's work has often been under-considered as scholars have focused on her professional and pe…
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Episode No. 649 features artist Patrick Martinez and author Nell Irvin Painter. Dallas Contemporary is showing "Patrick Martinez: Histories" through September 1. The exhibition surveys work Martinez has made since 2016, including his Pee Chee folder-referencing paintings, cake paintings, neons, and his recent multi-media paintings which often featu…
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Episode No. 648 features curator Dita Amory and artist Isabelle Frances McGuire. Along with Ann Dumas, Amory is the curator of "Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain and the Origins of Fauvism," which is at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through May 27. The exhibition presents works Henri Matisse and André Derain made in Collioure, a fishing village …
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Episode No. 647 is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring artist Kahlil Robert Irving. The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in Saint Louis is presenting "Kahlil Robert Irving: Archaeology of the Present" through July 29. "Archaeology of the Present" is a presentation of new Irving sculptures, video, and found objects. Irving has situat…
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Episode No. 646 features curators Edouard Kopp and Shelley Langdale. With Kim Conaty, Kopp is the co-curator of "Ruth Asawa: Through Line," a survey of Asawa's lifelong drawing practice. (Kirsten Marples and Scout Hutchinson assisted Kopp and Conaty.) The exhibition, which is at Houston's Menil Collection through July 21, presents drawings, collage…
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Episode No. 645 features curator María Elena Ortiz and artist Kenny Rivero. Ortiz is the curator of "Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940" at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The exhibition investigates the history of surrealism in the Caribbean and posits that Caribbean intellectuals were key to the development…
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Matthew 24 mainly deals with Israel but there are principles in the chapter that we can take heed to as the church. There are only 2 kingdoms in this world. The Kingdom of God and the kingdom of darkness. The religious leaders rejected Jesus which means they rejected His Kingdom. The religious leaders chose a kingdom of wars and rumors of wars, ret…
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Episode No. 644 features artists Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Trey Burns. The Hammer Museum is presenting "Hammer Projects: Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi" through August 11. The exhibition features ARENA V (2024), Nkosi's latest investigation of the social and psychological experiences of Black gymnasts. "Nkosi" is curated by Ikechúkwú Onyewuenyi with Connie Butl…
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A lot of times we can read the Bible and look at the Scribes and Pharisees and say that is them and not me. Some of the behaviors and actions the Scribes and Pharisees did we as Christians do today. We must not forget that regardless what goes on in the world we as believers should have show mercy, justice, and faith. This week we conclude Chapter …
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Episode No. 643 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator and art historian John P. Bowles and artist Stacy Kranitz. Along with Dennis Carr and Jacqueline Francis, Bowles is the co-curator of "Sargent Claude Johnson," a survey of the artist's career at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Calif. through Ma…
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In today's climate we have to be careful to not have our opinions and vision skewed from what God requires of us as Christians. If we forget to show justice, mercy, and faith then we are wrong. It seems the church has allowed ourselves to be split by politicians and the media which not only causes division among us as believers, but can cause divis…
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Episode No. 642 features curator Simon Kelly and artist Marc Bauer. Kelly is the curator of "Matisse and the Sea," at the Saint Louis Art Museum through May 12. The exhibition examines the significance of the sea across Matisse's oeuvre. It especially examines SLAM's own 1907-08 Bathers with a Turtle, long considered one of Matisse's most challengi…
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A lot of times we can read the Bible and look at the Scribes and Pharisees and say that is them and not me. Some of the behaviors and actions the Scribes and Pharisees did we as Christians do today. We must not forget that regardless what goes on in the world we as believers should have show mercy, justice, and faith. This week we take a look at th…
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Episode No. 641 is a President's Day weekend clips show featuring artist Stanley Whitney. The Buffalo AKG Art Museum (née the Albright-Knox Art Gallery) is presenting "Stanley Whitney: How High the Moon," a retrospective of Whitney's fifty-year career. The exhibition features the square-format, semi-gridded abstract canvases Whitney has been making…
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A lot of times we can read the Bible and look at the Scribes and Pharisees and say that is them and not me. Some of the behaviors and actions the Scribes and Pharisees did we as Christians do today. We must not forget that regardless what goes on in the world we as believers should have show mercy, justice, and faith. This week we take a look at th…
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Episode No. 640 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Judy Ledgerwood and curator Lisa Volpe. Ledgerwood is included within "50 Paintings" at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The exhibition features paintings made in the last five years by 50 artists from around the world. It was curated by Margaret Andera and Michelle Grabner and is on view thr…
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Episode No. 639 features artists Sin Wai Kin and Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork. The Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, University of California, Berkeley is presenting "MATRIX 284/Sin Wai Kin: The Story Changing," the artist's first US exhibition. BAMPFA's exhibition includes Sin's two most recent video works: The Breaking Story (2022) and Dreami…
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Episode No. 638 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Saif Azzuz and Maryam Taghavi. The Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco is presenting "Saif Azzuz: Cost of Living," an exhibition of paintings, sculptures and installation that considers settler colonialism and gentrification as related processes. The exhibition is on view thro…
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Episode No. 637 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator Jamillah James and author Brent Martin. James has organized "Faith Ringgold: American People," a retrospective of Ringgold's career as an artist and activist, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The exhibition, which presents Ringgold as a key bridge between the Harlem Renaissa…
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In 1 John 5 the Apostle John says those who are born again overcome the world. The word overcome in the Greek means to conquer and we as Christians should be conquerors in this life, but it is not the type of conqueror many teach in churches today where we live in 100% victory in health, wealth, and healing now. We overcome because Jesus already ov…
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Episode No. 636 features curators Furio Rinaldi and Jonathan Stuhlman. Rinaldi is the curator of "Botticelli Drawings" at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco's Legion of Honor, the first exhibition dedicated to the drawings of Sandro Botticelli. The show follows Botticelli from his time with Fra Filippo Lippi to the establishment of his own work…
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Episode No. 635 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Leslie Martinez and curator Anthony Graham. MoMA PS1 in Queens is presenting "Leslie Martinez: The Fault of Formation," through April 8. The exhibition features paintings built with paint, folds, pools, and collaged materials such as rags and dried acrylics. Martinez's way of making pa…
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Episode No. 634 is a holiday clips episode featuring artist Amalia Mesa-Bains. The Phoenix Art Museum is presenting “Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory,” the first retrospective of the pioneering Chicana artist. The exhibition includes nearly 60 works including fourteen of Mesa-Bains’ major installations. It was curated by María Esther Fernán…
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Episode No. 633 is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring artist Gary Simmons. The Pérez Art Museum Miami is presenting “Gary Simmons: Public Enemy,” a survey of Simmons’ 35-year career. The exhibition reveals how Simmons has addressed race, class and US history in ways that have remained persistently au courant. It was curated by René Morales a…
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Episode No. 632 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Philip Brookman and Julian Brooks. Brookman is the curator of "Dorothea Lange: Seeing People," at the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The exhibition presents Lange's decades-long portraiture practice in over 100 photographs, pictures that range from the Great Depression through …
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Episode No. 631 features curators Anne Umland and Kelly Montana. Umland is the curator of "Picasso in Fontainebleau" at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The exhibition examines work Pablo Picasso made during the summer of 1921 in Fontainebleau, an exurb of Paris. It reunites four major works on canvas, both versions of Three Musicians and Three …
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Episode No. 630 features curators Stephan Wolohojian and Lisa Volpe. With Ashley Dunn and in collaboration with Laurence des Cars, Isolde Pludermacher, and Stéphane Guégan, Wolohojian is the co-curator of "Manet/Degas" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The exhibition explores the artistic dialogue between Édouard Manet and Edgar Degas an…
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Episode No. 629 features artist Alexandro Segade of My Barbarian, and a re-air of a 2013 conversation with artist Eleanor Antin. The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego is presenting "Eleanor Antin and My Barbarian," a fiftieth anniversary celebration of Antin's landmark 100 Boots (1973). The exhibition also includes work featuring Antin's alter e…
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