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Best contemporary art podcasts we could find (Updated October 2019)
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This is Copenhagen and this is its Contemporary Art.
 
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ACCA Podcast
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Conversations and events from Melbourne's flagship contemporary art space
 
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Audio Archive
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Audio Archive of British artist Ellie Harrison, featuring radio interviews, lectures, talks and discussions recorded since 2002
 
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State Of The Art
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Each week we speak with a new artist, curator, technologist, AI, collector, innovator, about the ever-changing relationship between art and tech.
 
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The Carla Podcast
Monthly
 
The Carla Podcast is brought to you by Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla), a quarterly print magazine and online journal dedicated to expanding critical dialogue in Los Angeles’s contemporary art community. We release a new podcast every month in addition to the essays, reviews, and interviews published in the magazine and online. Each episode of the podcast contains three sections—Writer’s Room, LA-at-Large, and Dear Carla—where we elaborate on topics discussed in the magazine, sur ...
 
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Arts and Letters
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Arts & Letters is a program celebrating contemporary arts, humanities, and social sciences, with an emphasis on authentic Southern voices. Hosted by J. Bradley Minnick of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the full episode archive is available at artsandlettersradio.org.
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
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Unframed Podcast
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Unframed is a podcast exploring the contemporary arts in South Africa. Through conversations with visual arts professionals - including artists, curators, gallerists, writers, collectors - we hope to gain inspiration and insight into the industry and people’s careers. The series is hosted by Anthea Pokroy, a Johannesburg-based artist, photographer and founder of Assemblage.
 
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Art Party
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A podcast about contemporary art hosted by Jamie Sterns and Andrew Russeth
 
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Radio Wales Arts Show
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Nicola Heywood Thomas previews the best of the Welsh contemporary arts scene in her weekly round-up
 
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Fresh Air
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Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
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DC Chit Chats
Monthly
 
 
This podcast is produced and managed by two Melbourne based artists, Siying Zhou (host), www.siyingzhou.com and Marcel Feillafé, feillafe.com. In each episode, two guests are invited in and join the host to discuss current art exhibitions/events in Australia. The cover image is created by Emanuel Rodriguez-Chaves, an artist/painter. www.emanuelrodriguez.org
 
Two writers walk into a barre.
 
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Heart of Artness
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Heart of Artness is a journey into the labyrinthine workings of Australia’s Aboriginal art world. We hear from artists and the non-Indigenous folk who interact with them to produce cutting-edge contemporary art. The first episode, The Conquistador, the Warlpiri and the Dog Whisperer, was produced for ABC Radio National's Earshot. You can listen to it here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/the-conquistador,-the-warlpiri-and-the-dog-whisperer/9617950Heart of Artness is a Un ...
 
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Bad at Sports
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Bad At Sports is a weekly podcast about contemporary art. Founded in 2005, the series focuses on presenting the practices of artists, curators, critics, dealers, various other arts professionals through an online audio format.
 
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Craftsmanship
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Harriet Salmon interviews fabricators and craftspeople who assist in the production of contemporary artworks. This podcast will document fabricator’s experiences to shine a light on the amazing breadth of talent in the field and to capture this particular moment in the art world. We're interested in conversations about hierarchies within craft vs. concept, questions of intellectual property, trends of de-skilling in art, wealth disparity, and the conflict felt by many fabricators between wor ...
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
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Raw Material
Monthly
 
Raw Material is an arts and culture podcast from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). Each season focuses on a different topic, featuring voices of artists working in all media and exploring the inspiration and stories behind modern and contemporary art.
 
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Momus: The Podcast
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“Momus: The Podcast” explores a variety of timely themes relating to contemporary art and the present moment. Momus publisher and podcast host, Sky Goodden, delves into back rooms, biennials, and white cubes, bringing Momus’s unique brand of fresh, urgent criticism into conversation with leading artists, curators, and art writers from around the world.
 
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Artist Decoded
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"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own mind. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give m ...
 
Art Monthly's regular visual art discussion programme presented by Matt Hale and Chris McCormack broadcast by Resonance FM. Each month writers from the London-based contemporary art magazine discuss topics featured in the current issue.
 
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Peachy Keen
Monthly
 
Contemporary artist and native Southerner Vivian Liddell interviews women on art & the South. Bringing together women of all sorts to talk about their inspirations and definitions of art, and how these individual opinions reflect our changing region.
 
What are you looking at? is a podcast by Contemporary Art Tasmania. Produced by Pip Stafford and Lisa Campbell Smith.Season 2 & 3 were hosted by Theia Connell and produced by Pip Stafford. Season 1 was hosted by Briony Kidd.
 
What does it take to be a professional artist? Park West Gallery’s Morris Shapiro wants to know, so he’s interviewing some of today’s most popular visual artists. “Behind the Artist” shares candid conversations in which artists tell real stories about their upbringings, their careers, and the creative inspiration behind their work. Art lovers and collectors alike will love this authentic look at what it takes to create and thrive in the contemporary art world.
 
We are HOME, Manchester’s centre for film, contemporary art and theatre, and here you can find our monthly film podcast.
 
Conversations with artists, curators and authors about making it in the art world. We get behind the studio doors for entertaining and informative discussions about the journey through the visual arts, how projects were realised, ideas that informed new work and practical ways that artists can expand their audience and visibility.
 
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New Piano Music
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New piano music.
 
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Te Tuhi
Monthly
 
Contemporary art gallery
 
From ballet to contemporary dance, these podcasts (each about 30 minutes long) feature fascinating conversations between NAC Dance Producer Cathy Levy and some of the world's most exciting dance artists, all of whom will be appearing, or have appeared, at the National Arts Centre.
 
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Swoony Boys Podcast
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Swoony Boys Podcast discusses swoony boys from your favorite young adult books.
 
Art Guide Australia is a print and online publication exploring contemporary Australian art.
 
Podcast exploring contemporary art of the Twin Cities and beyond
 
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MOCRA Voices
Monthly
 
Podcasts from the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art
 
Contemporay art talk without the ego
 
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The State of...
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The State of… is a new monthly podcast from the London Review of Books which aims to take the temperature of our contemporary culture, assessing the condition of the arts, politics and society. On each episode LRB editors Joanna Biggs and Tom Crewe will be joined by two guests trying to understand a little better the state of our times.
 
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INside Tours Podcast
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INside Tours With The Curators connect you directly with the curatorial team at The Delaware Contemporary. Listen for personal insight, contextual background, and additional information on our exhibitions.
 
Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art explores the myriad influences of architecture on contemporary art production. The architectural imaginary comprising images of sites and cities built and unbuilt, rising from collective experience and imagination.
 
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DANCE CINEMA
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Watch featured dance films on www.dancecinema.org and listen to the makers speak about their creative process. Presenting the growing art of dance films, our aim is toignite & inspire the growing community of dance on screen. Selecting dance films due to the importance of their content, their collaborative curiosity & originality in blurring the boundaries between cinema, dance & contemporary art.​ Listen from the makers of dance films, from directors, dancers, choreographers, sound designer ...
 
This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.
 
Welcome to the Annapolis Podcast. From 1649 to present times, every cobblestone of this seaport city has a story to tell. Please join Scott MacMullan for conversations with prominent Annapolitans to discuss these historic and contemporary stories. The Annapolis Podcast is produced and hosted by Scott MacMullan. Contact Scott with any questions or comments. www.macmullanlaw.com
 
Established in June 2000, Enjoy Contemporary Art Space is a leading independent contemporary art space located in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.
 
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The Wise Fool
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Learning how the contemporary visual art world works, one conversation at a time. How does the visual art world work? I don’t know either, so I will ask the people that work in the industry and try to learn how the contemporary visual art world functions and hopefully be able to take their insight and experiences and learn how we can make a living from our artwork.
 
Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at www.TheArtistNextLevel.com
 
Hosted by renowned Dark Artist Chet Zar, the Dark Art Society Podcast covers a variety of important and contemporary topics. Themes include Dark Art, literature, film, music, culture, philosophy, dreams, paranormal experiences, magick and much more! While each episode focuses on specific issues, the nature of this podcast is conversational and organic. With that said we encourage you to take up position, like a fly on the proverbial wall and tune in.
 
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Hideaway Podcast
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Hosted by Josh Aviner and Lyndsay Magid, the Hideaway Podcast features interviews with artists and entrepreneurs working in circus, theater, and dance. We talk about their lives, their art, and current events.
 
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Perrotin gallery
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These episodes feature contemporary artists, presenting their latest exhibitions and projects. This podcast is brought to you by the Perrotin gallery, based in Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo and Shanghai. For more information, please visit our website www.perrotin.com.
 
Explore works from our contemporary collection. Click on the linked artwork to find out if it is currently on display in the Gallery.
 
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Performance artist and friend of the show, David Sebastian Lopez Restrepo, gives us the rundown on all things within contemporary performance art; black and white clothes, no clothes, red paint, slow motion twerking and of course the rolling on the floor. All in preparation for his upcoming festival weekend, Body Landscapes 2019.…
 
Elton John says his father's early misgivings about his chosen career became a source of motivation: "He gave me the determination to make something of myself." He talks about his volatile childhood, addiction, and fame. Elton John's new memoir is called 'Me.' Also, classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a documentary about the iconic op ...…
 
In this episode of DANCE CINEMA we speak to Australian artist Lux Eterna about her butoh and bodyweather inspired dance film AURA NOX ANIMA shot in the dunes of Anna Bay in Port Stephens, Australia. Through the use of slow pace and wide shots, AURA NOX ANIMA brings us back to our bodies, reawakens the awareness of our susceptivity to the natura ...…
 
On today's episode, Josh and Lyndsay discuss three shows they saw recently including The Wrong Man, Cirque Du Soleil's Sonar, and Les 7 Doigts' Passagers. Later on in the episode they sit down for an interview with Shana Carroll, one of the original founding members of contemporary circus company Les 7 Doigts.…
 
Season 6 Trailer: Six Degrees by SFMOMABy SFMOMA.
 
I just got back from CarrotCon 2019, a marketing conference in Chicago. During the conference I had the opportunity to sit down with two experts in Marketing. In this episode I share my conversation with Andrew Purdum of Unveil the Web. He is an expert in writing copy that converts. The second conversation is with Josue Peña of Online CEO. Josu ...…
 
Painter and art school professor, Samantha Fields, shares lessons from her students - from how to pencil-in eyebrows to heart-wrenching stories of survival.By Danielle Krysa.
 
Painter and art school professor, Samantha Fields, shares lessons from her students - from how to pencil-in eyebrows to heart-wrenching stories of survival.By Danielle Krysa.
 
Anthony Roth Costanzo is a countertenor, meaning he sings in a high range that's associated with women's voices. He knows all about the history of countertenors and their predecessors, castrati. He's about to star in the Metropolitan Opera's production of 'Akhnaten,' by Philip Glass. Costanzo plays the titular Pharaoh, who many people now think ...…
 
AD Non-Weekly Round Up #6 with Yoshino and AD co-host Saman Kesh. Topics Discussed: ADHD, creativity, and distraction. Media ingestion for education vs. media ingestion for enjoyment Art vs. commerce Experiencing the loss of a loved one www.artistdecoded.com
 
Netflix just dropped the 'Breaking Bad' movie 'El Camino,' which picks up where the AMC series left off. TV critic David Bianculli reviews it, and we'll listen back to our interviews with series creator and writer Vince Gilligan and actor Aaron Paul.By NPR.
 
Nicola Heywood Thomas visits the studio of Shani Rhys James, one of Wales’ most significant and celebrated artists.Born to a Welsh father and Australian mother she moved to London, from Melbourne, as a child but for the past 30 years has called Wales home.Her work explores the role of women in domestic spaces and there’s a strong focus on self.…
 
Lecture by Janine Burke, Respondent: Helen HughesIn this lecture, art historian and curator Janine Burke reviews pivotal radical feminist interventions of the mid-1970s, interrogating their legacy and exploring catalysts for collective feminist action, as well as their influence on Australian art history. Curator, writer and academic Helen Hugh ...…
 
Ari Melenciano is an interdisciplinary artist using tech to underscore racial dynamics and alter our experiences in reality. She is the founder of Afrotectopia, a new media festival championing black artists, activists, and designers working with technology in creative and innovative ways. Today Ari speaks with us on her current projects, share ...…
 
Growing up in the notorious Westboro Baptist Church, Megan Phelps-Roper was told that God killed soldiers as punishment for America's sins and its tolerance of homosexuality. She started to question her beliefs after she began running the church's Twitter account. Her memoir about her decision to leave the church is 'Unfollow.' Also, film criti ...…
 
We announce the books that were chosen for us and discuss what we liked about them, if there were things we didn't like, and (if applicable) whether or not we'll continue the series. Erin's book: The Traitor's Game by Jennifer A. Nielsen (chosen by Meg) Kassiah's book: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff (chosen by Jaime) Jaime's book: Sec ...…
 
In 2003, Brisbane artist Richard Bell lambasted the white anthropologists, art historians, dealers and curators who presumed to judge Aboriginal art. Here he discusses Bell’s Theorem (Aboriginal Art: It’s A White Thing), racism and his rise from fringe-dweller to renowned contemporary artist, collected by London’s Tate Modern. His gallerist, Jo ...…
 
At POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair I had a chance to talk with the co-founder and director Heinrich Carstens about: Positions art fair, Paper positions art fair, Investing in art, Collecting art, Art fairs as theatre, Art is communication, Supporting galleries, Trying to run an art fair that is different, Exhibitors are part of the family, Collectors ...…
 
'Bloomberg Businessweek' columnist Joshua Green explains how President Trump fell for a media campaign that was designed to help him: "The irony is that the target was supposed to be the Bidens, not the president," he says. Also, Maureen Corrigan reviews the new memoir 'How We Fight For Our Lives' by Saeed Jones, about growing up gay and black ...…
 
In episode 134, I catch up with Mike Correll again. Mike is the director of "Chet Zar: I Like To Paint Monsters" and the guy I started this podcast with, but he left a while back to start a new life on the road in an RV. Mike talks about the struggles of road life, his successes on the road, the goodness of people all across the United States, ...…
 
This episode, host Lindsay Preston Zappas is joined by painter Lari Pittman that was recorded just days before Pittman's retrospective opened at the Hammer Museum in LA. They discuss personal experiences that have deeply influenced his work, and talk about what it was like to delve into painting and decoration in the '70s—a time when painting w ...…
 
I talk to Edinburgh based stone sculptor Alasdair Thomson about his training in Italy working with artigiani and using the time in Italy to study the great masters of the Renaissance. We talk about how his art history background influences his contemporary work as stone sculpture is often considered to be a medium for memorialising, and his use ...…
 
In the process of developing her Shotgun 7 exhibition, Increase Productivity, Grace Herbert had a few adventures. Fortunately we interviewed her along the way and got all the goss on Georgian millionaires, moving trees and art works lost at sea. This episode was produced and edited by Pip Stafford, hosted by Lisa Campbell Smith. Audio mix by Br ...…
 
Wylie exposed Cambridge Analytica's role in Brexit and the Trump presidential campaign. Cambridge Analytica collected personal data from millions of Facebook users, and used it to target people susceptible to conspiracy theories and disinformation. Wylie was the research director at Cambridge Analytica, before leaving in protest over the direct ...…
 
After an unintended hiatus for Art Party, the hosts reunite. Jamie discusses her visit to the newly expanded MoMA, and the two take stock of New York's newest art neighborhoods—Hudson Yards and Tribeca.By Art Party.
 
Costanzo is a countertenor, meaning he sings in a high range that's associated with women's voices. He knows all about the history of countertenors and their predecessors, castrati. He's about to star in the Metropolitan Opera's production of 'Akhnaten,' by Philip Glass. Costanzo plays the titular Pharaoh, who many people now think was gender f ...…
 
While at the Berlin Art Fair, Alia Fattouh and I had a chance to talk about:The importance of art fairs in introducing artists to curators, museums and patrons.Saudi Arabian artPre-october 2018 Saudi art marketSaudi art councilYSA - Young Saudi artistsHow galleries choose artistsArtist introducing other artists to galleriesDo not email or drop ...…
 
Alberta Ballet’s season opened with Taj Express, a feast of Indian dance, music, and Bollywood nods. Guest reviewer Soni Dasmohapatra joins Fawnda for a rollicking review of Alberta Ballet’s presentation of Taj Express, a straight-from-Mumbai Bollywood ballet/musical sorta show. Also: We get the crash course in Indian dance styles that we’ve al ...…
 
Explore the life and nonfiction of Donald Harington, known as "the Chaucer of the Ozarks" for his artistic and literary portrayal of the traditions and culture of the tri-state region of Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. On this episode of Arts & Letters, we’ll be talking with editor Brian Walter about the collected non-fiction of novelist Dona ...…
 
Explore the life and nonfiction of Donald Harington, known as "the Chaucer of the Ozarks" for his artistic and literary portrayal of the traditions and culture of the tri-state region of Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. On this episode of Arts & Letters, we’ll be talking with editor Brian Walter about the collected non-fiction of novelist Dona ...…
 
After a long break, the podcast is back! A slightly new format, but with a familiar friend - Ashley Longshore and I are getting real about staying positive, even on the crappy days.By Danielle Krysa.
 
After a long break, the podcast is back! A slightly new format, but with a familiar friend - Ashley Longshore and I are getting real about staying positive, even on the crappy days.By Danielle Krysa.
 
Antonio Banderas stars in Pedro Almodóvar's new film 'Pain and Glory' as a screenwriter and director suffering with physical pain, and pain of the soul. Banderas had a heart attack a few years ago, and talks about how the experience informed his performance. Conan O'Brien recently switched up the format of his late-night show, and is about to l ...…
 
After writing biographies of Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, and Mary Wollstonecraft, Tomalin turned to memoir. Her new work tells of her conflicting desires to have children and to lead a meaningful working life, her first husband's infidelity, and how long it took to find herself professionally. Also, we remember opera star Jessye Norman, who d ...…
 
Today's guest is historian Janice Hayes-Williams. Janice discusses how she found the displaced remains of Asbury Methodist Church founder Smith Price and how detectives have reconstructed a picture of what he would have looked like from analyzing his skull. Janice also discusses slavery in Annapolis.…
 
Bailey Hikawa and Scotty Wagner's Emotional.Store brings to life ridiculous scenarios fully rooted in contemporary culture's addiction to digital engagement and our increasingly digitally and physically hybridized world. Through comedic storytelling, Bailey and Scotty's large scale, multimedia projects explore, and poke fun at our phone depende ...…
 
President Trump made building a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico a cornerstone of his 2016 presidential campaign. But when, after the election, efforts to build the wall stalled, he turned to other possible options — including constructing a trench filled with snakes and alligators — according to 'New York Times' journalists Julie Hirsch ...…
 
Here are our picks for August's Hotties of the Month: Locke from Roar by Cora Carmack Logan Reid from Getting Hot with the Scot by Melonie Johnson Carson McClain from All Lined Up by Cora Carmack. Max and Oliver from Dreamology by Lucy Keating, Edward from Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, and Prince Audric from Furyborn by Claire Legrand Here's our ...…
 
As both a corporate leader and agency owner, Carrie Lannon has guided brands to exciting new levels of visibility in both entrepreneurial and multi-billion dollar corporate environments. Carrie has presented to audiences from 10 to 2000 on the topics of marketing, branding and entrepreneurship. She is an experienced on-camera spokesperson with ...…
 
Brunno and I had a chance to discuss: how Berlin is poor but sexy, taxes, the shared culture, value of art being based on proximity and availability, the need for museums, the value of museums even if you do not go to them, positive externalities, How curators find new artists, Friends and friends of friends, Networks, Artist CV's, That there a ...…
 
Conan O'Brien recently switched up the format of his late-night show, and is about to launch the second season of his podcast, 'Conan O'Brien Needs a Friend.' He says the name of his podcast is a joke — sort of. "Sometimes when you're in the public eye, it can get murky as to who's really my friend. Who's going to come visit me in the hospital? ...…
 
On today's episode, Josh and Lyndsay announce the Off-Broadway run of their new theatrical dance show Beyond Babel. The show will be playing in downtown NYC from January through May 2020, use the code PODCAST at checkout for an exclusive discount. Later on in the episode they sit down for an interview with Daniel Lamarre, the Chief Operating Of ...…
 
This week I interview Hungarian artist Mate Jako. We discuss his early life in Hungary, his life as a successful child actor and the resulting aftermath, traveling around Europe, living in London, becoming a fine artist and a whole lot more!Also: the Art Life update and I answer The 5 Questions.Interview starts at about 20:18Mate’s personal web ...…
 
Mary-Kay Wilmers, editor of the LRB, and Rosemary Hill join Joanna Biggs and Tom Crewe to talk about the state of our clothes. Anne Hollander once wrote in the LRB that 'clothes exist to remind the self of the body, and to create a worldly body for each person', and our guests use this as a starting point to discuss how we try to use clothes to ...…
 
Unframed — This episode is a talk that I recorded as part of Latitudes Art Fair last month, September 2019. It is an informal panel discussion, which was hosted by the brilliant Michelle Constant, is entitled “How to change the art world in 2 hours”. Thirteen artists, curators, gallerists, critics and arts advocates were invited to respond to t ...…
 
Jack Goldsmith's new memoir 'In Hoffa's Shadow' centers on his investigation into his stepfather's involvement in the 1975 disappearance of mob-connected labor leader Jimmy Hoffa. Hoffa is portrayed by Al Pacino in Martin Scorsese's new film 'The Irishman.' Goldsmith is a Harvard Law professor, and best known for having headed the Office of Leg ...…
 
Vivian Liddell and Virginia Griswold in Griswold’s studio Peachy Keen visited the home studio of Nashville artist Virginia Griswold on a Sunday morning to chat about her life and work. Starting with the shocking revelation that Griswold was once sent away to an all-girls Catholic school for disciplinary issues and a little family history focusi ...…
 
Enjoy part 1 of 2 of this split episode on the "Behind the Artist" podcast with artist Peter Nixon. In this episode, Nixon sat down with Morris Shapiro to discuss when he first realized he was going to be an artist, the evolution of his artistic style, his new series of paintings called Postcards, and more!…
 
I had the pleasure of sitting with Cyrill Lachauer in his Berlin, Germany studio and discuss; artists being pigeon holed and the art world wanting to fit us into boxes, the cultural difference in pride or embarrassment of side jobs, general cultural differences, the commercialisation of art, selling out, our artistic evolution, the role/job of ...…
 
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