Best africanart podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Renaldo CREATIVERadio is a radio network hosted on Blog Talk. Our Shows includes photography, technology, interviews with leading artist, art photography and graphic design tips. Check out our main site http://www.renaldocreative.com
 
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Dogaafrica
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Welcome to Dogaafrica podcast where amazing things about African arts and culture is being exposed talking about her beauty and wealth. It's epic it's dynamic, stay tuned!
 
In Studio with Sharon Obuobi is a weekly series of conversations with artists, curators and influencers particularly in the African arts. The studio is a broad term referring to the artist working space, and the mental space for making and creating. Each episode is designed to stimulate open-minded conversation, and challenge listeners to see the world in new ways.
 
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Kimbell Art Museum
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This is the official podcast for the Kimbell Art Museum and includes the complete audio programs for the museum's temporary and permanent collections. When on-site look for the headphone icon in the galleries for items described in the audio tour. Located in Fort Worth Texas, the Kimbell Art Museum's collections range in period from antiquity to the 20th century, and include European masterpieces from Caravaggio and Fra Angelico, as well as important collections of Egyptian, Near Eastern, Gr ...
 
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Act One Radio
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Act One Radio is a South African Arts and Current Affairs podcast focusing on the daily lives of South Africans. Accompanied with great music, the shows include interviews with theatre practitioners, artists, writers, journalists, political analysts - and any other individual in the South African Arts industry worth noting. The podcasts on this channel aim to keep you entertained and up to date with current affairs.
 
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John Hawkins, who is a columnist at Townhall and PJ Media and runs the Facebook page Right Wing News, calls in to the show. John explains the censorship Facebook has applied to his page. In Clown World, a Brooklyn museum has hired a white girl as a curator for the African art exhibit and naturally, leftists are upset.…
 
John Hawkins, who is a columnist at Townhall and PJ Media and runs the Facebook page Right Wing News, calls in to the show. John explains the censorship Facebook has applied to his page. In Clown World, a Brooklyn museum has hired a white girl as a curator for the African art exhibit and naturally, leftists are upset.…
 
John Hawkins, who is a columnist at Townhall and PJ Media and runs the Facebook page Right Wing News, calls in to the show. John explains the censorship Facebook has applied to his page. In Clown World, a Brooklyn museum has hired a white girl as a curator for the African art exhibit and naturally, leftists are upset.…
 
John Hawkins, who is a columnist at Townhall and PJ Media and runs the Facebook page Right Wing News, calls in to the show. John explains the censorship Facebook has applied to his page. In Clown World, a Brooklyn museum has hired a white girl as a curator for the African art exhibit and naturally, leftists are upset.…
 
Cops run over protester :: College is a big lie :: Facial recognition for jaywalkers :: White lady named African Art Curator :: Panty Sniffing Judge :: April Fool's stories :: HOSTS - Mark, Jonny Ray and Darryl
 
Episode Image by BosfilmsTheme songHoodGrown by David-James @davedashjames_https://soundcloud.com/davedashjamesTransition musicNathan Peters@mztrwlsn @mrwilsonbeatshttps://soundcloud.com/mrwilsonbeats**Special month theme music:Beyonce - Grown WomanTAG THE ARTIST:Lexi@Bosfilms_ FOR US BY US:Boston Area Rape Crisis Center https://barccwalk.org/ ...…
 
Our 3rd story here “Imitation” by Chimamanda Adichie, in a story compilation called “The thing around your neck”. The setting to this story is mostly in the United States (more pointedly, a well-off New Jersey suburban neighborhood) with occasional references to Lagos Nigeria. The protagonist, Nkem navigates her insecurities toward her current ...…
 
Our 3rd story here “Imitation” by Chimamanda Adichie, in a story compilation called “The thing around your neck”. The setting to this story is mostly in the United States (more pointedly, a well-off New Jersey suburban neighborhood) with occasional references to Lagos Nigeria. The protagonist, Nkem navigates her insecurities toward her current ...…
 
This Episode features Mutodi Neshehe, a South African Actor, Filmmaker, and Entrepreneur. Mutodi was born in South Africa's largest township, Soweto in 1975. He started acting at the age of 4 with the guidance of his mother. At the age of 14 he moved to the United States of America where he completed High School and University. He is a professi ...…
 
Renee Stout is a visual artist who explores the mystical and rhythmic planes of existence. Her assemblages combine painting, sculpture, found objects, vintage photographs, ancient symbols, herbs and potions, and remnants of stories and letters. Her mixed-media, multi-sensory installations delve into spiritualism, soothsaying, magic and spells. ...…
 
Zak Ové, British visual artist discusses the African art history and the installation of his work in the British Museum while South African-born Thebe Ikalafeng, founder of Brand Leadership, talks about his love for exploring Africa and answers questions on whether the continent needs rebranding. Then Adebola Williams, a Nigerian media entrepre ...…
 
On this month's show we look at how you can Brexit proof your business, learn what mixed martial arts and African art have in common and hear from two entrepreneurs in our Going Up elevator pitch. The Brighton Business Show presented by Natasha Steel. Hear from successful entrepreneurs from Brighton and Hove, business experts, news on schemes y ...…
 
The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (@ZeitzMOCAA), opens at the V&A Waterfront this weekend and will be the biggest showcase of African art in the world. In this special episode, I got to visit the museum and have an in-depth discussion with the executive director and chief curator Mark Coetzee and assistant curator for photography Gcot ...…
 
Bridget Vaughn interviews Jackie Copeland-Carson of Black Philanthropy Month. Erisa Apantaku interviews Faye Edwards of Faie African Art, a gallery in Bronzeville. The Weekly Read was produced by Sam Larsen. Music heard during the Weekly Read was "The Cypher" by Audiobinger available on freemusicarchive.org.For more news, visit www.southsidewee ...…
 
When to cut your "ally" white friend loose. When it is worth explaining and when it is best to just cut losses and move on? https://mic.com/articles/179542/katy-perry-talks-white-privilege-cultural-appropriation-in-deray-mckesson-interview#.PiUHJEPXn http://theboombox.com/deray-mckesson-gets-dragged-twitter-teachable-moment-katy-perry-video/ ht ...…
 
Just as one would expect, Dean Alton Pollard’s office at the Howard University School of Divinity is lined with bookcases teeming with scholarly tomes. But what makes the place unique is his collection of African art sitting atop pedestals and hanging from the walls. Perhaps the most significant piece in his collection, a statue of the Sankofa ...…
 
Guest Nichole Bridges, associate curator in charge, Department of the Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas, and associate curator for African art at the St. Louis Art Museum, shares the history of the African art collection and the benefits of becoming a member.
 
An orange crochet bucket hat bobs through the crowd. Calls of “Hey Jimmy!” follow him. He pauses to bump fists and shake hands. A drum is slung over his shoulder as he strolls through across the sandy beach at the Young African Art Market. His easy smile and demeanor are as cool as the March evening air.…
 
Modern, and contemporary criticism of African and African diasporic art is an area of inquiry that Professor Chika Okeke-Agulu insisted must exist. Professor Okeke-Agulu, along with others like Salah Hassan and Okwui Enwezor wrote into life a genre, and a lineage of artists who diagnose and critique African nation states and related projects. O ...…
 
A short Artecdote concerning the difficulty in teaching an overview, or intro survey to Sub-Saharan African art, plus a free art image bank to download. Image bank link: http://brandl-art-articles.blogspot.ch/2016/10/african-art-course.html
 
Rocío Aranda-Alvarado Rocío Aranda-Alvarado was born in Santiago de Chile. She received her Ph.D. in Art History from the City University of New York Graduate Center. Her dissertation was a study of modernist movements in Harlem and Havana between 1925 and 1945. She is currently Senior Curator at El Museo del Barrio in New York City, where she ...…
 
Rocío Aranda-Alvarado Rocío Aranda-Alvarado was born in Santiago de Chile. She received her Ph.D. in Art History from the City University of New York Graduate Center. Her dissertation was a study of modernist movements in Harlem and Havana between 1925 and 1945. She is currently Senior Curator at El Museo del Barrio in New York City, where she ...…
 
In this episode we have Asiko, if y'all don't know about him then you're slipping - just joking (even though we're really not). Asiko is a London based African Art Photographer focused on exploring culture, identity and femininity. And he speaks candidly about his career journey to date - the essential knowledge and skills he wished he had know ...…
 
Holly is joined in the studio by Carol Thompson, the Fred and Rita Richman Curator of African Art at the High Museum of Art.By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
Holly is joined in the studio by Carol Thompson, Fred and Rita Richman Curator of African Art at the High Museum of Art. Carol shares her incredible knowledge, stories from her personal life and the importance of studying Africa's rich art tradition.
 
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