Best afterschool podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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This podcast is designed for all those times you're sketching, working in the shop, or just looking for inspiration from inspiring people. Afterschool comes from an industrial design perspective, but focuses on all types of creativity: Graphic design, storytelling, architecture, cooking, illustration, branding, materials, business, research... anything that could enrich your thought process, we'll talk about.
 
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Afterschool Alliance and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you ASA Radio. Executive Director Jodi Grant hosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of ASA Radio will help keep after school advocates abreast of the latest efforts to ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality after school programs. Click the "play" button below to listen now.
 
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Hah! Show notes are a myth. That bell came from here: https://www.zapsplat.comBy Afterschool Club.
 
Show notes? Maybe next episode. The IB Diploma program seems to be taking a toll on Jimmy. That bell came from here: https://www.zapsplat.comBy Afterschool Club.
 
Were you expecting show notes? Tune in next episode to see if Jimmy gets his act together and types it up.By Afterschool Club.
 
The "Women in Industrial Design" will be on view this weekend, on Saturday, June 14, for one night only at Astro's design studio on 348 6th St, as part of San Francisco's design week festivities. Of course, today's guest, Ti Chang, only moonlights as the organizer of the show: By day, she's an industrial designer and the co-founder of Crave, a ...…
 
Craig is in the middle of a pretty formidable transition with his work. He’s combining most of it under a new brand which he is calling Manual as well as launching a new product called the Manual Coffeemaker or MCM. If you haven’t seen it before, it’s this beautiful glass terrarium-like, pour over coffee maker, that is more of a kitchen applian ...…
 
If you’ve hung around Core77 for awhile, you ve probably seen the name “Yo!” pop up on the Discussions boards and writing the occasional article on the main page. Yo! happens to be the alias of our good friend, Michael DiTullo. Michael is a super talented designer who has worked for Evo, Nike, Converse, Frog and is now the Chief Design Officer ...…
 
2014 promises to be a historic year for the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum here in New York City. Their wildly successful National Design Award program, which has quickly become the most coveted honor for American designers, is celebrating its 15th anniversary. 2014 also marks the re-opening of the museum’s East 90th Street ...…
 
We’re entering a news window where most of the major stories will revolve around sports. Last night we had the Super Bowl and this Thursday is the start of the Winter Olympics in Russia. Designers are notoriously uninterested in sports. I know this because I’m generally the only one of my design friends intently watching a game.But today, I’m g ...…
 
When I was in high school and just starting to think about college, I knew I wanted to get into design, but wasn’t sure what that meant exactly. I liked making things and loved all of my art classes, but design wasn’t talked about much back then, which made it hard to learn about. And then, the iMac came out.In the shadow of the iPod, iPhone, a ...…
 
You probably know FiftyThree from their iPad sketch app, Paper. Unlike other sketch apps, which are loaded with pro features, Paper is notable for how pared down it is. By using just six brushes, a color mixing palette, and intuitive gestures, Paper gets out of the way of the sketch process and allows you to focus on getting your ideas down as ...…
 
The past couple of weeks have seen the release of two next generation video game consoles: The PS4 and the Xbox One. I love when new consoles come out. It's such an infrequent occurrence that every console becomes a milestone for design and technology. So I thought it would be fun to break down the game industry’s efforts, as well as try to dec ...…
 
Comic book artist Paolo Rivera has done everything from lusciously handpainted origin stories of Captain America, Hulk, Spiderman, Xmen, and Fantastic Four to helping reboot Daredevil to an untold number of covers for titles such as Wolverine and Guardians of the Galaxy. His work has a graphic, handcrafted quality that mixes elements from many ...…
 
Brooklyn-based design firm Pensa, is helping to pioneer the movement for consultancies to bring their own projects to market. Earlier this summer they partnered with Goal Zero and AT&T to develop Street Charge, a solar powered charging station that can be easily installed in public spaces. Today I talk with two of Pensa's partners: Marco Perry ...…
 
There’s a certain quality to Joey Roth’s work. It could be the honest use of materials, or the quirky essentialness of his form language, or maybe it’s clean functionality of his products. From his Ceramic Speaker System, to his poster series, to his self watering planter, maybe all you need to say is that Joey Roth’s work is really good.…
 
If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably had the same dream as a lot of us: You want to make and sell your own thing. You may not even know what that thing is yet exactly, you just know you want to do it. And that can be daunting. Maybe even feel nearly impossible.Well you’re in luck, because today’s guest, Rusty Meadows, is just the guy yo ...…
 
No redesign affects hundreds of millions of people around the world quite like an update to an operating system. In September, Apple released a doozy: iOS 7 is one of the biggest updates in the company’s history, marking the beginning of a new era for it’s software and Apple itself. Like anything that has hundreds of millions people using it, a ...…
 
Our guest today is Catherine Bailey, the co-owner and Creative Director of Heath Ceramics. We talk about her career as an industrial designer and her path to turning around a beloved American ceramic studio and manufacturer.
 
Our guest today is Gary Hustwit, the documentarian behind The Design Trilogy which features the films Helvetica, Objectified, and Urbanized. We talk about the trilogy and the new book he has up on Kickstarter: The Complete Interviews featuring the full length and unedited interviews from those films.…
 
Our guests today are the two co-founders of Studio Neat, Dan Provost and Tom Gerhardt. Their design for an iPhone camera mount, called Glif, was the very first product design project to launch on Kickstarter way back in 2010. Since then, they have launched two other projects, Cosmonaut, a wide grip iPad stylus, and Simple Bracket, an easy to us ...…
 
Our guest today is Martin Kastner, the founder and principal designer at Crucial Detail in Chicago. One of his major clients also happens to be one of the world’s top restaurants: Alinea. If it sounds funny to hear that a restaurant regularly works with a designer, well: The food they create at Alinea is so inventive and so unique that they lit ...…
 
This week's guest on Afterschool is Robert Brunner, the founder of Ammunition in San Francisco. We go deep on the creation of the Beats by Dre line of which Ammunition has helped develop along with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. We also talk about setting up Ammunition.
 
In this special edition of Afterschool, we talk with conference chair Paul Hatch about the planning behind the conference, some of the speakers attendees will see, and what to do in Chicago. Even if you're not going to the conference, this is a great behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to put on an event at this level.…
 
Our first guests are Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williams-- the dynamic trio behind Rich Brilliant Willing, a lighting and furniture manufacturer based in Brooklyn. Although they have been on the scene for only a few years, RBW has already carved out a reputation for creating some of the most inventive and inviting work being c ...…
 
In this segment we speak with Greg Worrel, President of the Scholastic Classroom and Community Group about the FACE program and our partnership.By info@bamradionetwork.com.
 
Our guest just published a new compendium of best practices for after school programs. In this segment we discuss some of the insights in the publication about how to maximize student achievement though after school and summer learning programs.By info@bamradionetwork.com.
 
In this segment we go inside a the story of an after school chess program that became the subject of a movie. Our guests share with us how the program benefited the students and the community.By info@bamradionetwork.com.
 
A new study found that afterschool programs are less accessible to rural children than to urban children. Where cost is the primary obstacle in inner cities, rural families must overcome the challenge of distance. Tune in to learn more about the problem and proposed solutions.By info@bamradionetwork.com.
 
Our guest has achieved some very impressive out comes with at-risk kids by combining sports and academics. In this segment he shares his story, his strategies and insights. Richard Berlin started as a volunteer baseball coach at Harlem RBI and has served as Executive Director since 1997. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at The New Sch ...…
 
Beyond simply making a financial contribution there are many ways that companies in your community can support your after school program. This program supported by Torani Syrups and Flavors is an excellent example that may give you some creative ideas.By info@bamradionetwork.com.
 
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