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Best Inside The Artist Studio podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Inside The Artist Studio podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A new Podcast with Risa Bramon Garcia (director, casting director, producer) & Steve Braun (acting coach, communications consultant), founders of The BGB Studio. By taking you inside the craft, the casting room, and the business- and bringing other Industry experts into the conversation- we dig into the work, pull back the curtain of the Industry, and show you how much power you really have as an artist.
 
Artist Rebecca Crowell shares experiences and thoughts from three decades of painting, teaching and traveling, as well as her conversations with other artists. She is joined by her co-host, producer, and son, Ross Ticknor, who brings an entrepreneurial Millennial perspective. The conversations are broad and eclectic, focused on ideas, information and anecdotes that other artists may find helpful in their work and careers. A new episode is uploaded every Saturday!
 
Take a look behind the scenes at the legendary Longhouse Records studio with multi-platinum songwriter, producer, and recording artist Wendy Waldman as your host. Originally signed to the venerated Warner Brothers Records in 1973, Wendy's debut album 'Love Has Got Me' was hailed by Rolling Stone as “Singer Songwriter Debut of the Year." Over the last four decades, Wendy's songs have been recorded in multiple genres, including classic hits such as Vanessa Williams’ “Save the Best for Last” an ...
 
"Tim Einenkel does one of the best interviews in all Hip-Hop and rap music." Chuck D, Public Enemy "The Library with Tim Einenkel" is like "Inside the Actor's Studio" for hip hop. Every week, Tim gets inside the art of hip hop in interviews with the most influential emcees, artists, producers, DJs, and sound engineers. Notable guests have included, Ice T, Royce Da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, Talib Kweli, Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte, David Banner, Scarface, Rah Digga, Rapsody, Smif-N-Wessun, Buck ...
 
Savvy Painter is a weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to experts in the field about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Every week, we talk about representational painting, abstract art, alla prima painting, art competitions, art materials, watercolor, oil painting, how to get into an art gallery, how to succeed ...
 
Zerothreetwo Conversations is the podcast where we talk to creatives, see how they live, and how they do their work. Hosted by Carlo Villarica Produced by the folks of Zerothreetwo.com in Cebu City, Philippines. There is so much to learn from listening to creative people who have spent time in the trenches. We want to unveil the mystery that goes into creative work. This is particularly important for creatives who are starting out, I’m hoping this podcast can give people a peek inside the cu ...
 
The Stafford Brothers are the hottest Australian dance export to hit the United States. The #1 DJ’s in their homeland (ITM Awards, 3 years running) as well as ranking in the 2014 DJ Mag Top 100, brothers Matt and Chris Stafford made their way to the West Coast, now residing in the Hollywood Hills of LA. They were the first ever electronic act signed to Cash Money Records and released their debut single with the label, ‘Hello’ featuring Lil Wayne and Christina Milian. ‘Hello’ hit triple plati ...
 
Hi Everyone! my artist name is DJToneEBeats A beat creator who loves to compose and produce music all the way from New York City. Most of my life I have traveled to every borough of my city creating beats. My artistry developed from growing up and being from these places such as: Uptown Manhattan, Washington Heights, Flatbush Brooklyn, Harlem and even resided in Queens Flushing. The borough i connected and help me take my craft more seriously was in the Boogie Down Bronx. I Rep that Dirty Ha ...
 
Hendershot Gallery's seeks to utilize the combination of exhibition and artist management to create relationships between artists, collectors and the public at large.Hendershot Gallery is a New York Based gallery that offers a various range of programming in the arts, and a wide range of commercial and fine artists.Hendershot Gallery 547 West 27th Street Suite 504 New York, NY 10001 212.239.3085http://www.hendershotgallery.com
 
Habitus Podcast offers monthly audio interviews on topics related to interior design and architecture. Habitus is dedicated to promoting ideas of many creatives, including architects, interior designers, brand-representatives, plus those who is making a difference in the world of design & architecture in everyday life.
 
Never Records is a combination recording studio and record shop, setting up in locales throughout the world. The sole proprietor, interior decorator, and engineer is New York-based artist Ted Riederer. Inspired by his own redemptive education at a young age inside the walls of a local record store in Rockville, Maryland as well as the field recording projects of Alan Lomax, Riederer devised his unique community art installation in the early part of this century and has been replicating it wi ...
 
TRACKS SIGNED : Unstuck Musik l Tauten Records l RoTraum Music l Loony Doggz Records Booking VJ or DJ : contact@tekno-events.com or dvj.niburu@gmail.com Promo : dvj.niburu@gmail.com VJ / DJ / Producteur / Organisateur Biography English : Dvj Niburu begins his musical and video journey in 2000 as he discovers the clubs from the spanish “Zona Norte” (Itzela, txitxarro non stop ...) dancing to Bounce (bumping/secouse house), Hardhouse and Progressive Trance. After two years in Aquitaine, he mov ...
 
Lust For The Limelight chronicles my journey through the music business of an independent artist putting together a project while building a fan base. Viewers get an inside look on how I approach create, record, market my music as well as integrate details about my life. Consider it a moving biopic loaded with music, riddled with successes and failures. This is my way of gaining exposure and building a brand.
 
When an artist and interviewer meet in a tiny boat, things can't help but get a little personal... Join producer Emily Shaw for a whimsical, music-infused exploration of creativity, the human condition, and what it means to be an artist...in an inflatable boat! Cozy Boat is recorded at the Complex Recording Studio in downtown San Francisco. www.emilyshawcreates.com www.thecomplex-sf.com
 
Taped at the EVERLAST Studio in New York City, The Fight Cave takes you inside the Fight game through in depth discussions and interviews with top fighters and industry insiders. A focus on MMA, but a love for all combat sports... if it has to do with Fighting, you can find it in The Fight Cave. Hosted by Matt Culley. Matt, a Long Island, NY native, is a longtime Martial Artist and fight fan, with years of experience in the fight industry. His background includes fighting, competing, owning ...
 
Taking a nod from the show Inside the Actor’s Studio, Inside Alicyn’s Wonderland, interviews top talent working in the animation industry today, creating a playful and funny atmosphere that doesn’t take itself too seriously.As a voiceover artist and animation insider, show creator Alicyn Packard sits down with some of her friends and colleagues from the animation world to show viewers a unique peek through the looking glass and down the rabbit hole into the lives of people that create cartoo ...
 
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Today, we’re happy to share the very last interview from the Winterruption Festival that took place in Edmonton at the end of January. Graham Wright, known for his work as the keyboard player in Tokyo Police Club, was bringing his new project Girlfriend Material through town on their first tour to celebrate the release of their album Cool Car in 20…
 
What type of magic happens in the artist’s studio? Is there some special formula that “Successful” artists use that helps them maximize their creativity and studio time? I wanted to take this opportunity to explore this critical topic with the vast spectrum of artists we have represented in the Savvy Painter community. From all over the country and…
 
On July 14th, 1979 writer/actor/producer/director Elliott Lewis was a guest of SPERDVAC's to talk about his radio career. This interview was conducted while Mr. Lewis was in the midst of the Sears Radio Theater, a major network attempt at reviving radio drama. In this clip, he spoke about why people involved with creative productions should underst…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with legendary hip hop artist, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Chuck D. The PE frontman breaks news on the firing of Flavor Flav and guess what? The joke is on you! The hard rhymer talks about the new Enemy Radio album, Loud is Not Enough, the Bernie Sanders concert and he breaks down the origi…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, legendary artist, Brooklyn's own, Buckshot. The Black Moon artist breaks down the business side of music,gives business advice to new artist during the pandemic, and the impact of quarantining and Covid-19 has had on the livelihood of the artist. Buckshot discusses the benefits of D-Nice's Instagram Live,…
 
Quarantine can be tough, it is for me. Every time I've listened to this episode, it has put a smile on my face. So I thought it might be a good idea to rebroadcast it. You will not learn anything from this episode, but maybe it'll cheer you up. Also Rescue a Hero might not be an active band anymore, but we've got something coming up. Secret announc…
 
On February 7th, 1982, Bob Bailey's daughter Robert Goodwin Bailey joined John Dunning on 71KNUS for a chat about her father's life and career. Bailey was famous on radio for playing the lead in Let George Do It and later Yours Truly Johnny Dollar. When his radio career ended in 1960, Bob Bailey struggled with alcoholism and although he recovered, …
 
Rebecca interviews Irish writer Henry Martin about his book, Agnes Martin: Pioneer, Painter, Icon, discussing her life, character, and work. About this biography, museum curator Jina Brenneman wrote “No other book on Agnes Martin has been researched as thoroughly and honestly as Agnes Martin: Pioneer, Painter, Icon. Its sensitive and poetic nature …
 
A conversation with Inka Dharmawan (IG: @inkadh) of Dharmawan Group (IG: @dharmawangroup) and Kezia Karin (IG: @keziakarin). We discussed about staying active, busy and productive during the covid pandemic, getting new inspirations while being isolated at home, and netflix shows (including... yes! Crash Landing on You!). enjoy!…
 
This is a remote podcast with Hendi Anshori (IG: @hendianshori), Sales Manager of Imported furniture showroom Vastuhome (IG: @vastuhome). We discussed about the Vastuhome and its history, working from home during the covid pandemic, his humble beginning as a salesman, and his perspective on the furniture industry in Indonesia. Enjoy!…
 
RunWitTheStick (Ft. LIL VUDU) (Produced By DJToneEBeats)This Track was created on: (03/29/2020) (05:20 PM) Hey whats up everyone hope everyone is at home safe and doing this quarentine thing for the sake of humanity. I have been working and collaborating as of late with new artist using my latest instrumentals from my recent album "Beats By DJToneE…
 
Danielle is the author of Pause - How to Press Pause Before Life Does it For You and runs the Pause retreat. In this episode we talk about managing the challenging times of social distancing and isolation during Covid-19, through creating a rhythm and developing practices. We talk about creating rhythms and practices to improve creativity, using th…
 
This week on The Library, Tim sits down with 14 Trapdoors. Made up of the artists known as Bendyface, WZA, Short Moscato, these artists discuss continuing to help put Buffalo, NY on the map. They talk about who they are, their influences, the late Mac Miller, MF Doom, working on a new project with 88 Keys, their own production, performing at a publ…
 
Risa and Steve sat down together via Zoom for a special bonus episode of The Acting Podcast to speak to our community of artists all over the world about life, art, and healing in the time of Corona. Listen in to what they’ve been discovering about our collective need for artistic expression as we all move through this challenging time. In this, th…
 
Whenever we look at someone successful, there's a temptation to think, "I could do that." Or to say, "He just got lucky." Or to wonder why seemingly successful people fall into the usual traps that you would never fall into. This was a surprising topic with my conversations with Job Penalosa aka Cookie$. Most people know him as a rapper with huge m…
 
When the news media first mentioned the coronavirus spreading through China, few of us in the rest of the world realized the huge impact it would have. A few months later we face quarantines and severe economic consequences and many of us are facing isolation, boredom, and anxiety, as well as financial stress. In this episode we address how the cur…
 
In Breaking Walls Episode 102, we travel back to the fall of 1955 for the re-launch of Yours Truly Johnny Dollar. Although the five-part Dollar format would last for only a year, listeners then and in the years since have praised the productions as some of the best ever.——————————Highlights:• Who is Johnny Dollar?• Dick Powell: Not Johnny Dollar• D…
 
Lucy Werner from The Wern, a PR agency for small businesses is also the bestselling author of Hype Yourself, A DIY PR Toolkit. In this episode Lucy talks about the various ways that artists can raise their exposure through the media and how to go about it. In this episode she talks about Researching publications to be featured and researching the w…
 
What does it take to hone your visual memory skills as an artist? Can you really build a successful business by selling your artwork? Isn’t (insert any age here) too old to get started as an artist? What am I supposed to do with all this time at home caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Thankfully, my guest, Lucy Kalian was kind enough to take the…
 
Sam Peacock returns to the podcast and we have a timely discussion about the cancellation of art and artists fairs amidst the global coronavirus situation. We discuss what this means for many artists who were scheduled to show this spring as social gathering bans are taking effect, We go on to discuss the financial implications and what artists can…
 
I had a whole other podcast planned for today, but considering that we are at a weird/pivotal juncture in human history, it didn't feel right to publish the usual interview. So in this episode, I found the closest COVID-19 non-expert I could find, my wife Stephanie Villarica. She's tasked with keeping our little household happy and healthy. She's m…
 
Rebecca sits down with writer Henry Martin in Dublin, Ireland to talk about his writing process in general and his research for his book, Agnes Martin: Pioneer, Painter, Icon. Check out Henry's website at http://www.henry-martin.co.uk/ or the specific page for his book here: http://www.henry-martin.co.uk/agnes-martin/4592764574. On Instagram go to …
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down to talk with hip hop artist Grafh, from Ground Central Coffee in New York City. Grafh tells Tim about how he masked his feelings after his dad was murdered and his continuing struggle to reconcile his death. Grafh breaks down the story behind the tracks, sequencing an album and features from…
 
Most artists would agree that their work is an attempt at communication, even if a non-verbal one. The idea of a conversation with viewers is a helpful perspective because it implies that this communication does not exist in a vacuum, going in one direction only. We use the term “personal voice” in reference to what we are trying to communicate, bu…
 
Rebecca interviews Jill Whitten and Robert Proctor of Whitten & Proctor Fine Art Conservation. They discuss the process of art conservation and restoration, as well as their paths into the field and some of their projects with museums around the world. (From http://www.whittenandproctor.com/02Experience.htm) JILL WHITTEN has been a painting conserv…
 
In Breaking Walls episode 101, we spotlight the career of John Dehner during 1958. In February of that year, Dehner was cast in the title role of J.B. Kendall in Antony Ellis’ short-lived western, Frontier Gentleman. We’ll focus on four episodes of the series which had a recurring character named Belle Siddons, a beautiful gambler and ex-Confederat…
 
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