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Best African Design podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best African Design podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
 
Africa's 1st Online and satellite radio station | 100% African Hits |African Entertainment news| Sport African |Lifestyle news portal. Listen on: http://taradio.mobi or http://transafricaradio.net DSTV Audio Bouquet Channel 872. Open View HD Channel 609.
 
The Blackbelt Voices podcast propagates the richness of Black Southern culture by telling the stories of Black folks down South. Through first-person narratives and in-depth conversations, hosts Adena J. White, Kara Wilkins, and Katrina Dupins share the experiences of Black Southerners living in, loving, and reconciling with the region we call home. Music: Prentice Dupins Jr. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Transform your Mind, personal development podcast, purpose is to positively impact women to improve their lives by transforming their mindset. How to use faith and belief to dream and to make those dreams become a reality. So download and share with your friends, your journey to transforming your life, starts now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enriching programs, both in person and online. at www.philamuseum.org.
 
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 ...
 
Why Morocco is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Mandy Sinclair in conversation with inspiring creatives and personalities who share her love of the North African kingdom of Morocco. Prepare to be inspired and motivated and perhaps left with a desire to visit the place we call home.
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. This Anthro Life brings you smart conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds to make sense of it all. We dig into truth and hope in our creative potential through design, culture, and technology. ...
 
Sharon Lund, PhD, presents "From Their Perspectives . . . East African-born Men Living with HIV/AIDS in Minnesota." The number of new HIV infections diagnosed among African-born persons in Minnesota has steadily increased since the mid-1990s. African-born persons make up less that 1% of the Minnesota population, yet they accounted for 11% of new HIV infections in 2009. Currently, there are 374 confirmed cases of African-born HIV seropositive males living in Minnesota. This presentation will ...
 
Fashion Lab is the first Fashion-Business radio show to go live on air in Africa. It dissects the business behind fashion to provide a platform where growth and development within the fashion industry is promoted and facilitated for sustainability and economic growth.
 
Studio Noize is a weekly art podcast highlighting artists and creators of the African diaspora. Artist and printmakers Jamaal Barber and Jasmine Williams talk with other black artists about their art processes and their lives. They engage with painters, curators, singers, dancers, art directors, collectors, and guests of all disciplines. Studio Noize’s creative conversations motivate and inspire while archiving the voices of contemporary black artists. New episodes are posted every Tuesday.
 
Stephannie E. R. Solomon has authored "Conversations With The King", "Living With The King" and "Aging With Grace". She is also a contributing author to "Sister Strength" and "Sister To Sister: Devotions For and From African American Women" . Hear her teach weekly from her books and interview Christian writers. Learn more about the author at www.StephannieBooks.com and the following social networks:Google, Twitter, AudioBoom, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Blog Talk Radio.
 
This weekly podcast from Primedia Broadcasting presented by Lee Kasumba features both mainstream icons and esoteric talents from the worlds of art, entertainment and pop culture. Expect the list of celebrated guests to reveal their fears and inspirations, what makes them tick - in a frank, uncensored fashion. Africa State of Mind's guest will share how they are representing the African continent in a positive light – and how we could all be doing it too! Follow on Twitter: @AfricaStateMind E ...
 
HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
 
Join Toshia Humphries as she discusses important topics and shares inspirational, enlightening and empowering information. Toshia and special guests discuss life, love, the magic of both and the things that empower, inspire, enlighten and serve to ascend our souls.Tosh's website: www.ToshiaHumphries.com www.facebook.com/toshpaintandpenFind us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GirlPowerHalfHour/If you are interested in being a guest on the show or have a guest suggestion, please contact T ...
 
The Stage Rightside with James Whiteside (Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre) is an interview based foray into the interesting and often strange world of professional ballet. James speaks with fellow dancers, choreographers, costume designers, stage crew, makeup artists, you name it, in this comedic, yet informative podcast brought to you live from James' dressing room, backstage at the Metropolitan Theatre.
 
In this (roughly) monthly podcast we discuss board gaming from the unique perspective of the (al)most Southern tip of Africa. Besides interesting news and what we've been playing, each episode features a specific topic for discussion and conversation.Your hosts:Zach Groenewald owns and operates Fanaticus Board Games in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town since 2011. This affords a unique perspective on the South African board gaming scene. Gareth H Graham is a board gaming youtube personality, ...
 
Moore College of Art & Design prepares students for lifelong learning and leadership in the fine arts, design arts, art history, art education and curatorial studies. As the first and only art and design college for women, Moore advances the role of women in the visual arts and ensures their success by bridging the worlds of education and work. As a leader in the arts and cultural communities, Moore promotes the visual arts through distinctive education and gallery programs.
 
Inside Pop takes a deep dive inside the week in Pop Culture. Each week the hosts, Amita Patel and Sean David Johnson, bring their knowledge of the entertainment industry along with their diverse viewpoints to cover the stories you need to know about and care about. The duo bring a welcome diversity (they are African American and Indian; Male and Female, Gay and Straight, Married and Single) into the pop culture podcasting landscape.
 
The Financial Professional's catalyst to exponential growth.PROpulsion is aimed at ambitious and driven Financial Professionals like Financial Planners, Financial Advisers, Accountants, Bookkeepers, Tax Practitioners as well as managers and consultants working in the Financial Services space.We go deep to help these professionals with starting, building and growing their practices, business- and personal branding, marketing and professional selling skills, technical knowledge and skills, sui ...
 
The International School of Art, Business, and Technology in Ghana will provide students and teachers, both African and Western, with training in art, education, business, and technology, which in turn will be used for the betterment of their community and ours. We are an Institution of learning where there is a cultural exchange, a freedom of thinking, and a collaboration of cultures, creative ideas, business strategies, and instruction in new technology, that brings passionate people from ...
 
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Chris is an Emmy award-winning motion designer, director, CEO and Chief Strategist of Blind and the founder of The Futur. Dr. Anjali Malik is a board-certified, fellowship-trained breast imaging radiologist and women’s health advocate. Chris is the founder of The Futur—an online education platform with the mission of teaching 1 billion people how t…
 
In 1990, South Africa became the first country in the world to ban skin-lightening creams containing the chemical compound hydroquinone. For years the creams had caused an irreversible form of skin damage called ochronosis for the black and Asian South Africans using the products. Rachael Gillman has been speaking to Dr Hilary Carman, one of the ac…
 
With the burst of new technologies in the 1870s, many inventors and visionaries believed that the transmission of moving images was just around the corner. As Doron Galili details in his book Seeing by Electricity: The Emergence of Television, 1878-1939 (Duke University Press, 2020), the half-century of speculations that followed did much to shape …
 
Listen to the Tues. June 30, 2020 edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the escalating cases of COVID-19 in the United States and the impact on the economy; in the Southern African state of Mozambiq…
 
While the murder of George Floyd in the United States has revived anti-racism movements around the world, it has also stirred up the painful history of colonialism. In this special edition, FRANCE 24 takes a look at the history behind the tumultuous relationship between Europe and Africa. Reports from South Africa, Nigeria, Cameroon and DR Congo ex…
 
Award winning quilt maker Phyllis Stephens talks with Jamaal about her new body of work dealing with personal identity and hair. We explore what it means to represent yourself and how she represents the stories of black people in her art. We learn about her process of making her beautiful quilts and how her mother gave her the confidence to be an a…
 
Saving Our Environment — Reducing Business’s Impact on Nature Eckart Zollner (EDS Systems | Head of Business Development) Climate change is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges to threaten the existence of mankind and an issue that the SA Government is attempting to tackle head on. This is not just a governmental issue however - businesses nee…
 
A wise man once told Myles Powell, "You make the best damn mac n' cheese I've ever tasted." He understands the importance of quality comfort food and the emotional impact that comes with its indulgence. What better way to fulfill comfort than some home-cooked mac n’ cheese? In our busy lives, not only do we want convenience, we want real quality in…
 
A people’s movement called Jana Andolan brought an end to Nepal’s absolute monarchy in the spring of 1990. Political parties worked together with students, workers and civil society groups to organise strikes and street protests – but although the king eventually agreed to their demands, it was the beginning of a long period of political instabilit…
 
This episode features the one and only Vusi Thembekwayo, Business Mogul, Author, Speaker and Venture Capitalist. Vusi is the founder of MyGrowthFund & IC Knowledge Bureau. He is a business tycoon and a renowned global business speaker. Vusi is amongst the most accomplished authors having sold over 50,000 copies of his various books. He has successf…
 
Ever wonder why certain new ideas stick while others don’t? We often hear a lot about innovation when it comes to new ideas, but really that’s only part of the equation. Psychology, marketing, neuroscience - and yes - anthropology can help us make sense of why some new ideas stick while others fall flat. On this episode Adam Gamwell talks with neur…
 
Why 70%? And other hand sanitiser questions — Keep your hands clean! Gently and safely Bruce Turner (The Bespoke Amenities Co. | MD) Today Melanie talks to Bruce Turner, Managing Director of The Bespoke Amenities Company about hand sanitiser, as well as those little things (like shampoo and body wash) you like to take home from hotels. Contact Bruc…
 
Chaos and hardship hit Russia with the rapid market reforms in early 1992, just weeks after the collapse of the USSR. In 2018 Dina Newman spoke to one of the architects of this “shock therapy” - Andrei Nechaev, who was then the Minister for Economic Development.This programme is a rebroadcast.Photo: Old women selling cigarettes on the streets of Mo…
 
Life is a Garden — Make your Garden a Reflection of your Life Cary Goodwin (Spokesperson for Life is a Garden, Peebles Plants and Colourful Group) Winter is a time when many people hang out indoors, leaving their garden to fend for itself. However, winter is a great time for taking stock of what’s going on in your own backyard. Cary and Melanie cha…
 
Yaya was one of the few students from his high school to take the general baccalaureate course instead of the vocational one. We spend the day with him and one of the filmmakers of "Comme un Loup" – or "Like a Wolf" – which delves into the lives of high school students from Cité Curial, a housing project in northern Paris.…
 
This week, Banlieue Project heads to the northern French city of Roubaix, where we meet local barbers, boxers and entrepreneurs who are part of a youth solidarity movement. All of them come from different backgrounds but share one common vision: less talk and more action geared towards giving back to their community. We speak to the movement's foun…
 
A designer by training, Hind Ayadi was never predestined for a career in journalism. But in 2015, she had an epiphany: troubled by the status quo, she wanted to provide young inhabitants in the Paris suburb of Garges-lès-Gonesse with a brighter path forward and transform the public's perception of the neighbourhood. Hind ended up creating a platfor…
 
Following the violent military coup that overthrew Chile's socialist government in 1973, the new regime led by General Augusto Pinochet began a radical overhaul of the economy. It was based on a free-market economic plan created by a group of economists known as the Chicago Boys. Mike Lanchin has been speaking to one of them, Rolf Lüders.Photo: Gen…
 
In this interview, I talk to Dr. Ainissa Ramirez about her new book, The Alchemy of Us: How Humans and Matter Transformed One Another (MIT Press, 2020) Dr. Ramirez examines eight inventions―clocks, steel rails, copper communication cables, photographic film, light bulbs, hard disks, scientific labware, and silicon chips―and reveals how they shaped …
 
This week, Banlieue Project goes to the Lyon suburb of Vénissieux. Two of its residents, Driss and Nizar, spoke to petty dealers about what made them turn to selling drugs. Driss and Nizar also spoke to us about some of the structural factors that influence the problem of drug trafficking and some possible solutions.…
 
Reserve captain Nourouddine Abdoulhoussen offers a weekend military commando course for youngsters from Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, in the Paris suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis. He and his association "Let Them Serve" aim to transmit values like discipline, camaraderie and patriotism to youth from the underprivileged suburbs. The Banlieue Project team went…
 
What role can performance play in racial justice struggles? How can theater help us remake the world? The past several months have made even more urgent the centuries-long fight to dismantle the antiblackness and Orientalism that are baked into our social institutions. Such transformations are at the heart of the pedagogy, scholarship, and dramatur…
 
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