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From the floors you walk on to the sofas you sit in, the aesthetics in your environment influence the way you feel. How can we leverage this? Listen in on our conversation with architectural designer Tammy Edmonds as we discuss how experienced artists & designers harness this power strategically to make us feel a certain way. References Web Links: …
 
Before these architectural students even think about designing for humans, they have to take these animals on as clients. Find out how a collaboration of artists, architects & scientists are now saving wildlife and endangered species. You'll enjoy listening in to this podcast with Nel Smit & Louise Wallis as they describe how they teach their stude…
 
The spotted handfish in Tasmanian became critically endangered. You'll love listening to the fascinating experience of how artist Jane Bamford along with scientist and engineers at CSIRO collaborated to make art placed under water for this endangered species that lead to their survival. References Website www.janebamford.com Instagram @janebamford_…
 
Art can trigger a memory and emotion of an experience. Listen to collector and gallerist Om Bliecher as he discusses his experience of living with art & how he uses it to nurture a community. References Om Bliecher https://gestaltprojects.com/blogs/exhibits/endless-horizon Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bggallery/ Courtney Reid https://santamo…
 
From hobby potter to creating a community with his podcast highlighting down to earth principles about making. We thoroughly enjoyed our heart-to-heart discussion with Paul Blais of The Potter's Cast. References Steve Jobs's Tips for Hiring Your A-Team https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/225093 Paul Blais instagram.com/pdblais ThePottersCast.com F…
 
Finding lost treasure in the form of stories, Joseph Morsman has been restoring the art and narrative of female artists that have been written out of history. You won't believe the tales he reveals in this episode of Vessel: Art as a Doorway. References press release for the Moulton exhibition in San Clemente that has been extended through Septembe…
 
Lowering crime, creating jobs, and unifying a fractured community? This art organization sounds more like a hero from a comic book. Your mind will be blown and your heart will melt as you hear how they accomplish this in our discussion with Jane Golden, Executive Director of the organization, Mural Arts, in Philadelphia. References Jane Golden-Mura…
 
How can play lead to productivity while bringing jobs and cultural value to a community? See if you can find the answer from the brilliant Simon Haas of the Haas Brothers. References: Simon Haas http://www.thehaasbrothers.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thehaasbrothers/ Lost Hills & The Haas Brothers' Microfreaks https://www.youtube.com/wat…
 
Getting lost in an artwork can allow you to understand who you are and what you want in life. How? You will love hearing Benjamin Carter from "Tales of a Red Clay Rambler" Podcast experience with this. References Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20190204-how-to-find-your-flow-state-to-be-peak-creative Scientific America:…
 
Shaping the space we live/work in can affect not only our productivity but sense of well being. Listen and get some tips from art dealer Billy Gross as he tells us how he curates environments that soothe & inspire. References https://www.history.com/topics/great-depression/artists-of-the-new-deal Billy Gross http://www.universallyunknown.com/live I…
 
It's the thing that envelopes you and gives you goose bumps in a movie but often you forget it's there. It can also be the thing that transports you to a different time and place in an instant. Brian Bender explains how he uses sound to transport us. The Potters Cast http://thepotterscast.com/636 References David Byrne in the NY Times https://www.n…
 
How does an Artist use their studio as a laboratory to study our emotions. Listen in to this Vessel: Art as a Doorway Podcast as Randi Matushevitz explains how she uses art to explore the way we feel. References Marcel Just Carnegie Mellon University https://www.cmu.edu/ni/ Where Art Comes from and Why? by Ellen Dissanayake https://www.amazon.com/H…
 
From spaceships to ceramic vessels, how does designing + creating art with intention solve challenging problems while making life more enjoyable. In this Vessel: Art as a Doorway Podcast we interview the designer + potter Ana Henton to discuss this. Ana Henton https://www.stilllifeceramics.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/still_life_ceramics…
 
Art is being used to create empathy in the hearts of Doctors. How? Meet Ted Meyer as he tells us how he does it on this episode of Vessel: Art as a Doorway. TED TALK https://www.tedmed.com/talks/show?id=620414 Ted Meyer www.tedmeyer.com www.artandmed.com Instagram @tedmeyerart Email artandmed@gmail.com Check out our website at: http://www.clss.stud…
 
Robots and Donuts to express humanity and a gateway to joyful memories – that's just some of the unexpected topics we discuss with Eric Joyner at Corey Helford Gallery in this fantastic interview. REFERENCES @rxburden https://www.robertburden.com https://www.shipyardartists.com/?s=eric+joyner Eric Joyner @eric_s_j https://ericjoyner.com Check out o…
 
In this episode we interview art enthusiast and self-described "reluctant collector," Thomas Storesund. Here we discuss the meaning and joy he receives from the work he acquires, what it was like growing up with a Gauguin in his grandmother's house, and why he never gets tired of the pieces of art he lives with (oil paintings speak continually). Th…
 
From the Eiffel Tower to your dining room wall, listen to how art is being used to gather, nurture, and travel through time while stimulating economic growth. In this prelude we have clips of upcoming interviews with artist Randi Matushevitz. We also have clips from Eric Joyner's interview at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. We conclude our di…
 
Does the art around us have an impact on our emotions and the way we care for others? In this episode we discuss how art, even inside of medical facilities, has had an impact on the patients and health care workers. We feature highlights from the Artistic Patient Advocate Ted Meyer and Sound Engineer Brian Bender. Ted Meyer explains how he uses art…
 
During this unprecedented time, we wanted to take a few minutes to acknowledge the efforts of so many that are working hard to keep us safe. Here, we also discuss the impact that art has had on history during crises. People in the past and in current times use art to improve the economy and well being of others. How? Listen in to find out more. We'…
 
This is the bio for Channing and Leah Smithson’s Vessel: Art as a Doorway Podcast. This is a podcast about art + your brain. It is an investigative discussion about the way people are using the arts to repair neural pathways, heal communities, and create empathy. Visual Artist Leah Smithson + Specials Procedures Technologist, Channing Smithson, par…
 
This is the explanation of Vessel: Art as a Doorway Podcast. This is a podcast about art + your brain. It is an investigative discussion about the way people are using the arts to repair neural pathways, heal communities, and create empathy. Visual Artist Leah Smithson + Specials Procedures Technologist, Channing Smithson, partnered together to fou…
 
We want to introduce you to a brand new emergency quarantine podcast mini-series called Home Cooking. It’s from Hrishi and chef Samin Nosrat, author of the award-winning cookbook Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, and host of the Netflix show by the same name. The first episode just came out, and features Josh as the special guest. If you’ve missed hearing Jos…
 
As the Bartlet administration ends, so does our podcast. We recorded our finale live in Los Angeles, at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel. This episode has two parts: first, we discuss "Tomorrow," with several guests joining us. Then, we take a fond look back at the entire series, along with thirty (30!) guests from the cast and crew, including Aaron So…
 
CJ & Danny and Will & Kate all ponder what's next, and Josh & Hrishi do, too, as we discuss "Institutional Memory." We're joined by someone who also posseses institutional memory: the fantastic Janet Ashikaga, editor on The West Wing (including this episode), as well as Sports Night and Seinfeld. Plus: listen to the trailer for Hrishi’s new podcast…
 
In this episode, some thoughts on John Spencer, shared by Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Janel Moloney, Rob Lowe, Jimmy Smits, Kristin Chenoweth, Matthew Del Negro, Emily Procter, Eli Attie, Michael Hissrich, and Josh Malina. For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/718 Support The West Wing Weekly and Radiotopia. Make your mark. Go to radiotopia.f…
 
In the main foyer of our podcast, we have this small block of cheese, there for any and all who might want a snack. We want this block of cheese to stick around forever, and never get moldy, or get thrown out! To do so, we’re hoping you’ll support our wonderful podcast network, Radiotopia, the refrigerator that keeps our show fresh in this increasi…
 
As we finish the long arc of the Presidential campaign with this momentous West Wing episode, Jimmy Smits joins us to tell us about his experience playing Matt Santos. For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/717. Right now, Radiotopia is holding its annual fundraiser. Help us keep The West Wing Weekly available and free forever by supporting the netw…
 
This week’s episode is one of love and loss, but with our guests this week, we’re celebrating the joyful side. Lauren Schmidt Hissrich wrote this episode, and she and her husband, West Wing line producer Michael Hissrich, join us to tell us how their path together mirrored and influenced Josh and Donna’s. For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/716…
 
In this week's episode, Toby says, "You should do the crossword," so Hrishi made a mini puzzle to go along with our discussion. Get a PDF of the puzzle at thewestwingweekly.com/715. ACROSS 1. Grammy-winning singer and creator of questionable slogans, Bon _ 5. Nights before, like Erevs Yom Kippur 6. What Josh wants when he yells, "I want the numbers…
 
Bradley Whitford returns to gleefully tell us about writing this episode and giving Josh the lines, "I can't act. I'm a terrible actor." And Annabeth Gish joins us, too! (How lucky are we?) We talk to her about the complicated character of Liz Bartlet Westin, whom she portrayed so thoughtfully. For more, visit thewestwingweekly.com/711…
 
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