Best worldarts podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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WorldArts brings you a daily snapshot in music. Introducing Artists to the WorldArts stage. Watch performances to interviews. As a fan be introduced to new artists, or continue to follow and support the artists you like. As an Artist Be Heard. Be Seen. Global Events. Live Performance Opportunities. WorldArts is a place to inspire and be inspired. Build a Profile on WorldArts.com. Discover Music. Network and Engage. It's all about the Music, so don't miss a beat and Subscribe.
 
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WorldArts Sessions
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WorldArts Sessions is a new original episodic series showcasing talented emerging artists. An immersive retrospect from a self portrait as told and performed by the artist themselves.
 
WorldArts brings you a daily snapshot in music. Introducing Artists to the WorldArts stage. Watch performances to interviews. As a fan be introduced to new artists, or continue to follow and support the artists you like. As an Artist Be Heard. Be Seen. Global Events. Live Performance Opportunities. WorldArts is a place to inspire and be inspired. Build a Profile on WorldArts.com. Discover Music. Network and Engage. It's all about the Music, so don't miss a beat and Subscribe.
 
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1. Antoine Hunter & Colette Ewoi re: 35th Ethnic Dance Festival, June 29-30, 2013. 2. Latanya d. Tigner is one of the programmers for the World Arts West: "Ethnic Dance Festival, it's 40th Anniversary." The Festival opens with a free public celebration with performances in San Francisco City Hall’s rotunda on Friday, July 6. Two different progr ...…
 
Episode Image by @KasprismTheme songHoodGrown by David-James @davedashjames_https://soundcloud.com/davedashjamesTransition musicNathan Peters@mztrwlsn @mrwilsonbeatshttps://soundcloud.com/mrwilsonbeats**Special month theme music:Maryjane- Rick JamesTAG THE ARTIST:@kasprim Khadim Sakho FOR US BY US:The kush groove Shop1536 Tremont St, Boston, MA ...…
 
Johnny pays tribute to the king of the nighttime world, Art Bell, who died this weekend. Johnny recounts his days of working third shift in a factory listienting to Art Bell, his favorite subjects of Arts shows, Chupacabras, UFOs, black holes, Bob Lazar, Phil Hendrie, and more. Thanks for the memories, Art!…
 
Episode Image by SagieTheme songHoodGrown by David-James @davedashjames_https://soundcloud.com/davedashjamesTransition musicNathan Peters@mztrwlsn @mrwilsonbeatshttps://soundcloud.com/mrwilsonbeats**Special month theme music: Beyoncé “Grown woman” TAG THE ARTIST:SAGIE VANGELINA http://www.sagievangelina.com/@Rastagrandpahttps://vimeo.com/sagiev ...…
 
http://www.christpresoxford.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/SSS_2018-02-04.mp3 Les Newsom, Adult Sunday School
 
This episode is sponsored by Barnes and Noble: purchase via the banner on our blog post to grab your holiday gifts and support us. Thank you for your assistance! It's interesting that literature seems to have cornered the market on artistic depictions of those who experienced the Holocaust firsthand. We think of The Diary of Anne Frank or Elie ...…
 
Hey everyone! I had the pleasure of chatting with Amy Mummert today. Amy started our World Art Drop group here in York, paints, plays cello and all kinds of really excellent things. Hang out with us as we talk about overcoming issues, life, and everything in between. Join the fun of creating and dropping art here in York via the Facebook Link B ...…
 
Listen to the full audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Censoring the BodySubtitle: Studies in World Art, Book 18Author: Edward Lucie-SmithNarrator: Teague DeanFormat: UnabridgedLength: 1 hr and 15 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 12-05-17Publisher: Cv PublicationsRatings: 5 of 5 out of 3 votesGenres: ...…
 
Dr. Thomas Whitley and Rev. Sam Harrelson discuss anniversaries and birthdays in the Facebook age, whether the Vikings referenced Allah in their gear, and why "The Dark Ages" is such a troublesome concept (and why we're currently in the midst of The Digital Dark Age). Links: Sam Harrelson on Instagram: “It's here (no, I'm not going to do a dork ...…
 
On his first day of Ninjagarten, Teddy thinks he’s already the best ninja ever, but he’s got a lot to learn before he can turn into an animal like his teacher, Good Climber. Lessons include: it takes time and effort to master a skill, imagination can help you sympathize with others, some learning needs to happen independently Like our show? We ...…
 
It's Zack and Zizi's turn to hit the road as they ride their new unicorn pets all the way to Wizarding School. With Abacus P. Grumbled as headmaster, what could possibly go wrong? Lessons include: unorthodox problem solving can be fun, keeping a pet is a lot of work, giving a little means a lot (especially if you do it regularly) Like our show? ...…
 
"Prepare to feel the wrath of the League of Evil Exes!" After making Shaun of the Dead, Edgar Wright signed on to direct the adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novel “Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life” but due to project delays, it would be another six years before his film would hit the screen. In the interim, Wright would continue ...…
 
JFKat has been missing for ten whole episodes! Can Fred the Pug lead the Fur Force to the rescue? Maybe if he gets some big help from some little knights. Lessons include: face your fears by learning more about them, immigration can be challenging, even grown ups are often afraid (And once you've listened don't forget to check out below the epi ...…
 
Zack and Zizi investigate a strange new house in their local park, only to learn that it's some kind of thinking spaceship! When space-houses start springing up everywhere, the kids need to call an old friend for help: Peter the Realtor (aka Petey the Pirate). Lessons include: always let your parents know where you're headed, think about the en ...…
 
My guest on the podcast today is a self-proclaimed citizen of the world. She runs an oasis of the arts, Le Lotus Rouge, in Playa del Carmen. Natasha Alban was born in Germany to parents who didn’t want her to study the arts. In 2010, Natasha became an international teacher trainer of the arts of the five continents. She fell in love with Mexico ...…
 
It’s our very first Guest Story! Miss Karen (WiW’s editor/producer) and Mr. Eric team up to tell a story about fashion, acceptance… and dragons? When birds and snakes trade feathers and scales, the now cuddly snakes turn into New What City’s hottest new wardrobe accessory. Can the scaly birds save their feathery friends? Let’s find out! Lessons ...…
 
In Mr. Eric’s undersea ode to Star Wars, Luka Seawalker must master the Dorse if he ever wants to bring down the Shellactic Empire and the dreaded Shark-Gator. Get ready for 18 minutes of totally natural puns, impressions, and undersea space noises. Lessons include: all creatures have rights, fighting does not solve problems, everyone learns at ...…
 
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