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A podcast exploring the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics... We look at what art history and visual culture can tell us about the world around us, and how our everyday interests make us excellent art critics. Hosted by Ferren Gipson.
 
From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. Hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Dr Great Art! (Sometimes even with a "?"), Short, Fun, Art History Artecdotes. Through his podcasts and performance-lecture installations, artist and art historian Dr Mark Staff Brandl takes viewers inside visual art and art history. Entertainingly, yet educationally and aesthetically he presents and discusses stimulating tidbits of knowledge from art history. Brandl stands for an understanding of art in which art historical knowledge and aesthetic pleasure merge into a new artistic experience.
 
Artslink is a half-hour monthly program about the arts in Calgary. We will bring to listeners interviews on theatre, dance, visual arts and film that happen mostly in Calgary while being mindful of a larger audience. Hear from dancers, theatre artistic directors, filmmakers, performers and many more artists.
 
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.
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work ...
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
Mental Health Arts is a year-round arts programme led by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, built around the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF). Established in 2007, the festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world and among Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature.
 
A gifted storyteller communicating the role and value of architecture to a new audience, host Bob Borson uses the experiences acquired over a 25-year career to inform his podcast. It responds to the public’s curiosity and common misunderstanding about what architects do and how it is relevant to people’s lives, engaging a wide demographic of people in a meaningful way without requiring an understanding of the jargon or knowledge of the history of the profession. With a creative mix of humor ...
 
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Weekly Updates Oct. 25, 2020 Hello VAPA Community! This is Dr. Trimis with a few announcements. This is a regular week with Monday being a Late-Start Day, Per. 1 begins at 10 am.Hola comunidad VAPA! Este es el Dr. Trimis con algunos anuncios. Esta es una semana normal y el lunes es un día de inicio tardío. El período uno comienza a las diez de la m…
 
The third of three parts of a breakdown of the third chapter from my in-the-works philosophy book for Bloomsbury Press tentatively titled 'Visual Metaphor in Contemporary Art and Analytic Philosophy.' Philosophy affects our ways of living, and more important to this book, it affects or artistic production, even when we are not completely cognizant …
 
Advertising and fine art photographer/director, and friend of the show, Bo Bridges returns to make a very impromptu third appearance on the podcast and talk about his recent licensing deal with Marvel to produce a clothing line sold at Target, as well as all the challenges he has faced of being a world traveling photographer due to covid, and how h…
 
Linda discusses the effect on the current pandemic/times and how we might be struggling to find inspiration and tap into our creativity. As she discusses quick exercises or suggests quick ways to tap into our creativity, she guides us through a mental process to awaken our creativity and inspire us. Feel more creative and inspired now! Support the …
 
Follow ups to the big shake ups in how DC is distributing their books and what is the definition of a retailer. Plus, what do you mean you’re kinda sorta Moon Knight? Or She-Hulk, whatever works for you? What we read last week, what we’re looking forward to this week, Todd Art Attack, discussion of the second episode of Hulu’s Helstrom and so much …
 
In this week’s archive edition, we speak to Scottish composer and conductor, Sir James MacMillan, whose Stabat Mater was premiered at the Barbican in October 2016. --- From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-st…
 
The arts have been devastated by the pandemic, with consumer spending in the sector dropping significantly this year. Now, a pilot program in the mountains of western Massachusetts is looking to ideas from the past to ensure artists' futures. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH reports as part of our American Creators series and ongoing covera…
 
Commercial director, filmmaker, photographer, and friend of the show, Sinuhe Xavier returns to make an in person appearance at the Visual Revolutionary studio and have a discussion about why he's made the decision to start splitting up his time in LA to a more personally satisfying existence in the mountains of Colorado, how he's been affected by t…
 
Welcome to The Breakfast Dish! Dance, music, visual art, theatre and get-to-know-you conversations with the artists behind the work. Join Griffin Cork and his mom, Karen Johnson-Diamond every Monday morning as they meet the creators of today's digital offerings. This podcast is dairy and gluten free! This episode, Karen and Griffin are joined by th…
 
This is The Digital Story Podcast #762, Oct. 27, 2020. Today's theme is "The Rules We Follow (but not sure why)." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue I'm having more conversations than ever about photography, and I think part of the reason is that we're all cooped up and not going to conferences and workshops. One of the things that I've picked up…
 
" Rae Stern’s practice employs digital tools in the manipulation of multiple media including ceramics, photography, paper, and textiles. After a decade in the high-tech industry, her work is concerned with the social and cultural effects of technology. Between 2009 and 2018, Stern collaborated with Aya Margulis under the name Doda Design and create…
 
We discuss: The importance of life experiences, Artist residencies, The need for time and space to make his artwork, Definitions of success in the art world, How to find the best residency for you and your work, Labels are for bottles not for people, Community standards on social media, Nudity on instagram, Being an artist and a curator, The diffic…
 
How wonderful would it be to receive a new art print at your doorstep every month? In this episode I am chatting with Kirsten McCrea, the founder of Papirmass, an art subscription service. We chat about how she started the project, the intimacy of receiving art at home, and how Papirmass made art fun and affordable. Music: https://www.purple-planet…
 
Grammy Award-winning musician Leyla McCalla explains why she decided now was the time to re-release her 2014 debut album Vari-Colored Songs about the poet and activist Langston Hughes. On this week's q screen panel, entertainment writers Ishani Nath and John Semley share their thoughts on Sacha Baron Cohen's new Borat sequel, Borat Subsequent Movie…
 
In 2014, an NYPD officer used a chokehold on Staten Island resident Eric Garner--Garner died, and his last words, "I can't breathe," became a rallying cry. While chokeholds have now been banned in several states, Garner's case was never brought to trial, and his family says those responsible were never held accountable. A new film stages the court …
 
In this second of two interview sessions, we talk with Ned Lagin about the compositional process behind his work (including echoes of Renaissance music), his Seastones collaborators, the ups and downs of the Seastones release(s) and his subsequent technical career. Ned Lagin is legendary. As a former performer with the Grateful Dead, he toured with…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every aspect of American life, including the performing arts. Actors and dancers are experiencing unemployment rates over 50 percent, and many companies have said they will remain closed for in-person performances for the foreseeable future. But there are glimmers of hope and pockets of movement where th…
 
A few weeks ago, artist Sam Durant released a long essay about his work, "Scaffold," which reflects on the project that dominated art world headlines. Originally commissioned for documenta (13) — the influential quinquennial exhibition in Kassel, Germany — in 2012, it wasn't until "Scaffold" was installed in the Walker Art Center's sculpture park i…
 
Following a historic relaxation of deaccessioning laws in the US, we probe the moral quandaries faced by museums forced to sell-off parts of their collections to stay afloat. We speak to Christopher Bedford, the director of the Baltimore Museum of Art in Maryland, which has announced it is to sell three works; to Georgina Adam about what this all m…
 
Country artist Mickey Guyton explains how racism hindered her country music career for over a decade. Singer-songwriter Jennifer Castle finds music in seasonal wonders on Monarch Season. Singer-songwriter Sam Roberts on his new album 'All of Us,' and reflects on his 20th anniversary of his solo debut album…
 
American writer and producer Darren Star, creator of the show Sex and the City, on writing roles for strong and outspoken women and his new Netflix series Emily in Paris. Juno-nominated artist Storry on her new EP and the commonalities between sex work and in the music industry. Actor Jesse Eisenberg on his dream role in the movie The Art of Self D…
 
Mahogany L. Browne is a poet, author and mother. In response to the police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville in March, Browne wrote a poem called "Apply Pressure" for Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer. Browne offers her Brief But Spectacular take on honoring Taylor. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Audra Doughty. She has used her business Mud Queen Pottery to create a thriving community of ceramic enthusiasts in the Harrisburg, PA area. After Pennsylvania reopened in-person businesses she adapted her classroom to make it safe for students to learn in-person while social…
 
In today's episode, Nic invites Kayla Koslow on the show to share her bright personality and talk about her beautiful Instagram feed. Listen as they discuss moving to new teaching positions, making your own art outside of school, and why it is always worthwhile to take risks and try new things. Resources and Links Follow Kayla on Instagram Kayla's …
 
We discuss: How they started Acme Art Studio, The importance of trust and respect in a group studio, How No Boundaries Artist Residency started, Bald Head Island, Grants vs patrons, The importance of relationships, The need for more professional practises course in art school People + Places mentioned:Máximo Laura - https://maximolaura.com/Dick Rob…
 
Ajo, Arizona, was once a robust mining community. Now it is seeking to cast off the image of a ghost town -- and reinvent itself as an arts destination of the Southwest. Stephanie Sy reports for our American Creators series and ongoing arts and culture coverage, Canvas. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I'm joined by Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist and Getty images staff photographer Michael Santiago to talk about how he went from a kid growing up in the Dominican Republic with hard working parents to moving to the Bronx at age 7 and falling in love with art and literature, to finally finding photography and …
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_episode_754_Reynolds_Gobir_Galli_and_Vetne.mp3 download This week Ryan & Brian chat with Samantha Reynolds, Nimah Gobir, Guta Galli and Katherine Vetne about Until it Shatters, an exhibition at Root Division in conjunction with the Feminist Art Coalition that opens this election day. The exhibitio…
 
Prolific celebrity chef and author Jacques Pépin on his latest cookbook Quick & Simple. Showrunner Hilary Weisman Graham tells us how she managed to write, cast, and shoot an entirely new Netflix anthology series during the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic. q book columnist Jael Richardson reccomends a Booker Prize shortlister, Real Life b…
 
Two huge, future shaping stories, one for DC and another for Marvel. One good, one bad. Plus, what is DC doing with all those finished 5G books? And a deep discussion about art and sketch covers and discovering new artists live on the air. What we read last week, what we’re looking forward to this week, Todd Art Attack, spoiler filled discussion of…
 
In this week's podcast, we're delving into our archive, looking back to January 2019 and a conversation with actor, director, writer and perfume creator Richard E. Grant. Produced by Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Four of America's first five presidents were born and raised within a 60-mile radius in the state of Virginia. Those men -- George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe -- and their sometimes complicated relationships are the focus of a new book by former second lady Lynne Cheney. Cheney joins Judy Woodruff to discuss insight…
 
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