Best printmaking podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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#AskBC - your printmaking questions answered by the experts
 
#AskBC is a printmaking podcast from Breathing Color. We discuss all aspects of fine art printmaking; giclee, coating, printers, media types, stretching and framing, image editing, workflows, RIP’s, and the business side of fine art printmaking. Regular discussions with industry experts as well as answers to user submitted questions.
 
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Bluegrass Printmakers' Podcast
 
The mission of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, BPC, is to be a thriving print studio in the Lexington area where printmakers work and create a dialogue about prints and art. Through demonstrations and workshops we expose the community to prints and educate them about printmaking process. As members of the cooperative, printmakers have the opportunity to exhibit and promote their art throughout the region. Check out our website: http://www.bgprintmakers.orgMusic used for this episode ...
 
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Pressure + Ink: An Introduction to Printmaking
 
Pressure + Ink: An Introduction to Printmaking
 
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#AskBC - your printmaking questions answered by the experts
 
#AskBC is a printmaking podcast from Breathing Color. We discuss all aspects of fine art printmaking; giclee, coating, printers, media types, stretching and framing, image editing, workflows, RIP’s, and the business side of fine art printmaking. Regular discussions with industry experts as well as answers to user submitted questions.
 
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Podcast | Bad at Sports
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Contemporay art talk without the ego
 
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David Krut Projects
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ART | ARTISTS | BOOKS | POETRY David Krut Projects is an alternative arts institution dedicated to encouraging an awareness of and careers in the arts and related literature and media, and to promoting contemporary culture in a dynamic, collaborative environment. In Johannesburg, we have exhibition project spaces and an adjacent bookstore located at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue; Arts on Main, the major arts hub adjacent to downtown Johannesburg; and the Montebello Design Centre in Newlands, Cape Tow ...
 
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Blue Press Projects' Podcast
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Broadcasts with the Old Pros, New Talent, and the Soul of America's Suburb.
 
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WORKING PROOF
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DISCUSSIONS ABOUT PRINTMAKING
 
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Letterpress Digest: A Podcast About Letterpress Printing
 
In the “Letterpress Digest” podcast, novice printer Jordan Berry talks about all things letterpress with some of the most influential and experienced artists, designers, and printers who are using letterpress printing today. You’ll hear guests talk about the resurgence of letterpress and their first printing press as well as numerous helpful and practical tips like how people launched their letterpress business, what type of ink they use, how they found their printing press, how to design fo ...
 
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#drawingconclusions
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I don’t know, but I’m #drawingconclusions. www.drawingconclusions.live
 
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Blackburn Fine Art
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Please visit my website AcrylicDiva.comThank you!
 
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SAMC ARTtalk
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Hosted by the Department of Art at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, as part of the School of Art, Media, and Communications, SAMC ARTtalk offers lectures, interviews, and discussions with established and emerging contemporary artists working today.
 
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CMYKC is a podcast based out of Kansas City, Missouri focused on the local KC design scene. Co-founded by Steve Biegun and Abigail Gallagher, CMYKC strives to provide students and professionals with interviews of KC-based creatives, information about local creative events, and much more. Follow us on facebook (facebook.com/cmykcpodcast) for episode alerts, behind the scenes sneak-peeks, and info about upcoming KC design events.
 
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Podcast - WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
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Storytelling, interviews, explorations, artist projects, and curiosity about the state of art in Canada.
 
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Garden of Love, The by BLAKE, William
 
William Blake was an English poet, painter and printmaker. Largely unrecognized during his lifetime, Blake is now considered a seminal figure in the history of the poetry and visual arts of the Romantic Age.He was considered mad by contemporaries for his idiosyncratic views, Blake is held in high regard by later critics for his expressiveness and creativity, and for the philosophical and mystical undercurrents within his work (Summary by Wikipedia)
 
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Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake
 
“Tiger, tiger, burning bright/In the forests of the night/ What immortal hand or eye/ Could frame thy fearful symmetry?” These often quoted lines are part of The Tiger in William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience. In 1789, William Blake released a limited edition of the book. Being a gifted artist, poet and printmaker, he undertook to personally publish all his work himself through a very painstaking but highly artistic process of etching, thereby transferring his drawings and poems ...
 
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Danni & Charlie Do Craft
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Welcome to the craft podcast from Danni and Charlie.Danni and Charlie met in your average London location working at one of those average London-based publishers. Before long a shared love of all things craft (and a shared quirkiness which made them fast friends) drove them to start knitting luncheons at work.From this (slightly irregular) lunch time wool-based shin-dig, a whole torrent of ideas began to spill forth – Danni and Charlie had big plans and lots of them. And so a blog was born ( ...
 
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Meddling With Nature Podcast
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We are taxidermists, artists, printmakers, performers, collectors, advocates and anything we need to be to carry out our work as naturalists. Each week Jeremy Johnson, Nate Wessel, Corinna Young, Mike Price, and guests, discuss Life, Death, and the Process that transforms one to another. Join us for our delightfully charming, wonderfully thought provoking, and sometimes comical discussions ranging anywhere from the ethics of taxidermy and preservation to bone cleaning and stuffing tigers.
 
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San Diego Political Podcast from BowlersDesk.com
 
Bowler's Desk San Diego News and Politics Podcast is all about politics in San Diego and beyond.We chat analyze and give our take on local, national, and international politics.Ric Epps is known as the San Diego Political Professor. He holds a pHd in Political Science and is a former field intelligence agent. Epps an expert inInternational relations, U.S. foreign policy, Middle East politics and international security, nuclear weapons, WMD proliferation policies and issues and terrorism, pre ...
 
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Positive Space: Conversation in Art Foundations
 
Awakening students to their passion, while bringing the fullness and honesty of his experiences into the studio classroom, Brian Hitselberger, Assistant Professor of Painting and Printmaking at Peidmeont College, reflects on his habits as an artist and his values as an educator. We discuss virtuosity, vulnerability, the value of guest critics a ...…
 
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Bluegrass Printmakers' Podcast
 
For this week on the Printmakers Podcast we interview Hannah Peacock. She is a resident of Cincinnati, Ohio and works out of the Essex Studios. Her instagram is Finding Peacock. Her etsy is etsy.com/shop/findingpeacock he mission of the Bluegrass Printmakers’ Cooperative, BPC, is to be a thriving print studio in the Lexington area where printma ...…
 
Gill Douglas is an artist and printmaker working from her home studio in the centre of York, The Lighthouse. Originally trained as a theatre designer she cut her teeth working at the Theatre Royal in 1976, before becoming a freelance artist in 1983. We discuss her creative journey from art school to the present day, about working through illnes ...…
 
Bell in the 2000's ... An Introduction to Deborah Bell This podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which form an important part of Bell’s body of work as one of South Africa’s ...…
 
Bell's Collaborations...An Introduction to Deborah Bell This podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which form an important part of Bell’s body of work as one of South Africa’ ...…
 
Bell's Imagery... An Introduction to Deborah Bell This podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which form an important part of Bell’s body of work as one of South Africa’s majo ...…
 
Bell in the 90’s: A self-actualization as a woman and an artist... An Introduction to Deborah Bell This podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which form an important part of ...…
 
Bell in the 80's: A woman trapped in the subtle violence of a male controlled self-identity.An Introduction to Deborah Bell This podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which f ...…
 
An Introduction to Deborah BellThis podcast is part of the How to Speak About Deborah Bell Series which covers who Deborah Bell is, an overview of the artist’s career, her major influences and her body of prints produced with David Krut Projects which form an important part of Bell’s body of work as one of South Africa’s major printmakers.The i ...…
 
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While She Naps with Abby Glassenberg
 
On today's episode of the While She Naps podcast we're talking about quilting and music with my guest, Ricky Tims. Ricky Tims has successfully blended two diverse passions into one very unique and interesting career. His skills as a pianist, composer and producer have been evident by the thousands who have heard his music. He is known in the in ...…
 
As we take a quick holiday break during the second season of the Studio 78 Podcast, I thought it would nice to explore an often overlooked but super important creative medium, videography. In today’s digital world, we rely heavily on photos as well as videos to connect and share the stories of our lives, and my guest today, Amelia Diaplo, is kn ...…
 
Introducing Kendall Guillemette Kendall is a WordPress technical lead at Kanopi Studios. He lives and works in Portland, Oregon. Show Notes WordPress business website | Kanopi Studios Baseball Podcast | Stolen Signs Environmental Podcast | Group Project Twitter | @k3nd477 Episode Transcript Liam: This is Hallway Chats, where we talk with some o ...…
 
Goldsmith, painter, printmaker and theorist of the German Renaissance, Albrecht Dürer left behind a wealth of engravings, portraits and watercolors. His home and studio are now a museum dedicated to his life and work.
 
On this episode of Talking Late Night, Max talks with Cassidy Russell, an improviser, writer, improv coach, artist, and co-creator of the critically-acclaimed improv duo "Rufio." Cassidy has been doing improv ever since she was a kid. After attending college at Notre Dame and attaining her degree in printmaking, Cassidy moved to Washington D.C. ...…
 
Suzanne Fetscher creates spaces for artists to change the world. For 18 years, she served as the founding president of the McColl Center for Art + Innovation, a contemporary art and artist-in-residency center, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to her appointment, she served as Executive Director of the Atlantic Center for the Arts in New Smyr ...…
 
Artist Ruth Weisberg explores the influences that have affected both her art and life.Ruth Weisberg, artist, Professor of Fine Arts and former Dean at the USC Roski School, is currently the Director of the USC Initiative for Israeli Arts and Humanities and the founder and President of the Jewish Artists Initiative of Southern California. She re ...…
 
Glen Baldridge is an inter-disciplinary artist that shifts in and out of printmaking, sculpture and painting. Glen talks about the thru-lines in his various ways of working, looking for tension in the legibility of a painting, co-founding Forth Estate, noticing the beautifully abject, the studio as refuge and finding joy through making.…
 
Amy Ruedinger (amyruedinger.com) is a multi-media artist who is currently working in metals, specifically copper to create whimsical vessels and bowls. She inscribes onto these forms, uses old printmaking plates and adds details like bumps and horse hair to complete her forms.Amy is originally from Osh Kosh, Wisconsin, and has lived in the Nort ...…
 
Seth Daulton - Printmakerwww.sethdaulton.comRivers Barden Architectswww.riversbarden.comThe Spork in the Road podcast cultivates conversations with creative individuals about their path, craft, and passions. Through examining a diversity of approaches, experiences and people, our hope is that these exchanges strengthen a quality of life. Metaph ...…
 
Christina Massey a NY-based mixed media artist whose work explores her interest in the preservation of our planet. Christina has had solo shows at the Noyes Art Museum in Atlantic City, Roxybury Arts Group in Roxybury, NY and the Sarah Doyle Gallery in Providence, RI. This year she participated in the SPRING/BREAK Art Show and has had work show ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with printmaker and photographer Brian Lane about printmaking, art as a way to explore emotion, and getting pep talks from kids. Brian Lane is a native of Auburn, Washington. He is an artist working primarily in printmaking and photography, and he co-founded and still leads Print Zero Studios in Seattle; he’s also the p ...…
 
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A.D.D. Podcast with Jason Barr
 
We have artist Kent Smith on A.D.D. this week. He has a show opening at Lucia on Final Friday in September! The opening is 4-9pm. Lot's of cool stuff popping off around town that night. It'll be worth walking around and seeing what you can find. We always recommend the Lawrence Arts Center, Wonder Fair, The Percolator, Cider Gallery, SeedCo! Yo ...…
 
“An individual’s actions when multiplied by many can have dramatic consequences, either for the good or for the bad, depending on how we use ourselves and our friends—our communities to engage with the world around us and our environment.” — Artist Pippin Frisbie-Calder #IvoryBilledWoodpecker #SpeciesExtinction #ArtPrizeNine #UICA #ArtPrize #Gr ...…
 
Mountain Talk is the rundown of the weekly schedule of events in the White Mountains of Arizona, including events and activities in Show Low, Pinetop - Lakeside and the surrounding areas. Want to list your event? Just drop an email to white.waterice@gmail.com. Video @ https://youtu.be/owkF75HR1RE This Week’s Highlights On the Mountain Thursday ...…
 
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Humor and the Abject Podcast
 
Portland-based artist Daniel J Glendening joins the podcast this week to talk about his new science fiction novel, “The Gardener, The Visionary, and The Traveller,” out now through Small Editions. We discussed hauntings, astral projection and remote viewing, interstellar methods of communication, site memory, California-as-metaphor, and his int ...…
 
Comedian Rhea Butcher (Take My Wife) teaches us how to be a better ally to queer people, how to ride your bike everywhere without being hated, how to leave Ohio, how to fall in love doing stand-up, how to separate your favorite team from their racist logo, how to major in printmaking, and how to support people coming out. As usual, if you like ...…
 
Uncertainty Playground is a podcast series about design research from London College of Communication, UAL. Uncertainty Playground is the title of LCC's exhibition for the London Design Festival and is comprised of four shows which explore the role of design research and practice in envisioning, critiquing and shaping futures. Each episode feat ...…
 
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Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women
 
Painter and printmaker Marlena Vaccaro has been part of the New York City art world for more than 30 years. She also happens to be the creator, director and curator of Manhattan's Carter Burden Gallery, allowing her to marry her two passions: art and advocacy. Carter Burden is one of the only galleries in the world and the only one in New York ...…
 
Nadia interviews Julia Arredondo, 30, a Chicago-based printmaker and owner of Vice Versa Press and Curandera Press. She opens up about her art, spirituality, and Corpus Christi roots.Check out Julia’s work at viceversapress.com, curanderapress.info, or on Instagram and Etsy.Additional music this week by Jahzarr and DarkSunn…
 
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This Creative Life
 
Kate is a qualified printmaker and painter based in Tasmania. a ’born’ artist, she was the only one who showed artistic aptitude among her siblings started winning art awards at a young age of 13 or 14 her mum pushed the business side of art and she gets support from both her parents getting noticed is the issue most artists have sold her first ...…
 
Frances B. Ashforth’s artist statement ends like this: Perhaps I am simply committing these views to paper in hopes that we will remember to be good stewards of the land. Both land and water – these are Ashforth’s prime inspirations for nearly all her paintings, drawings and prints. Recently, she’s added a new element to her canvas: Words. Wate ...…
 
Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill doesn't need an introduction. His bold and optimistic text-based work is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. His famous letterpress poster “Work Hard and Be Nice to People” has become a man ...…
 
Master artisan and printmaker Holly Bird is working in the Arts & Crafts Revival, creating art through hands-on methods that haven’t changed for hundreds of years. She worked on the cutting-edge of digital design as those techniques were developing. And storyboarded the classic movie “Caddyshack.”Holly’s lifelong love of sailing and Florida’s w ...…
 
By Debbi Kenote and Til Will Nick Schutzenhofer, Untitled (rose geranium 3), 24×20,” rabbit skin glue, pigment, egg tempera and oil on paper on linen over panel, 2017 Full audio interview: https://openhouseblognyc.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/nickshutzenhofer_oh_fin.mp3 Led down an industrial alley in South Slope, BK, in the noisy shadow of the ...…
 
Wednesday, July 5 6:30 - 8:00 PM Artists Panel: Delilah Montoya is currently a professor of Photography and Digital Media at the University of Houston School of Art. As a photographic printmaker who has experimented with most print processes, Delilah consistently pushes the boundaries of what is technically possible and conceptually challenging ...…
 
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast
 
Episode No. 297 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Richard Deacon and Daniel Heidkamp. The San Diego Museum of Art is showing "Richard Deacon: What You See Is What You Get," a survey of the artist's career. Curated by Ariel Plotek, it's on view through Sept. 4. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by the museum. ...…
 
A note from host Chris McAdoo: What a cool interview. I've loved Arrowmont and it's mission for a long time. It was AMAZING to tour the campus, see people from all over the world attending workshops ranging from metalworking to pottery and printmaking...and seeing real creative, collaborative joy on so many faces. Bill walked me through the gro ...…
 
Jeanette curates the generative performance art venue, Uptown Arts Bar, and is the Acquisitions Editor for KC based, indie press EMP Books. She also co-directs the arts non-profit Chameleon Arts with legendary print-maker Hugh Merrill and is Treasurer/grant-writer for KC’s annual small press fest. She is the author of six books of poetry, inclu ...…
 
Ears On Art visits with Rachel Yon of Los Osos. Her primary medium is printmaking and her impressive artistic career spans several decades. Although she may be a "retired" artist, she will never stop seeing the world through her creative eyes.By chewitt@calpoly.edu (Crissa Hewitt).
 
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