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Best Exhibitions podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Exhibitions podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
There is so much GOOD in this world. This podcast is PROOF. The people in these audio recordings genuinely care about their community. The stories they share will make your day. Your week. Your year. As a vehicle to power the overall Spread The Positive brand, this podcast highlights: – Notable individuals who exhibit positive and optimistic outlooks on life – Community outreach efforts that are WORKING – Businesses/Organizations that are doing things right in business and within the communi ...
 
The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is a leading voice for contemporary art and culture and provides a national platform for the art and artists of our time. We seek to share the transformative power of modern and contemporary art with audiences at all levels of awareness and understanding by creating meaningful, personal experiences in which art, artists, audiences and ideas converge. We enhance public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art through acquisitio ...
 
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.
 
Curated by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, the Exhibition's international tour visited UTS in April on the penultimate leg of its six year, fourteen city tour before heading to Abu Dhabi. The Exhibition was proudly sponsored by the Nobel Museum, Volvo and UTS. The Federal Department of Education, Science and Training also provided support for the School program. In hosting 'Beautiful Minds', UTS expressed its commitment to creativity, innovation and peace. The exhibition included scho ...
 
The Oceanology International 2008 Podcast is where you’ll hear the views of the conference chairman, Dr Ralph Rayner, and other key speakers and companies attending the world’s largest forum for the marine science and ocean technology community, discussing issues such as climate change, energy from the oceans, marine renewables, civil & environmental security. Visit www.oceanologyinternational.com for more information.
 
The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @cri ...
 
Subversion #1312 is anarchist music, news and views coming out of 4ZZZ Brisbane Australia. WE STAND FOR: Anarchy, Anticapitalism, Anti-racism, Anti-authoritarianism, Internationalism, Autonomy, Direct Democracy, Ecology, Self-Organisation, Solidarity, Anti-fascism, Anti-neoliberalism, Anti-nationalism, Atheism, Equality, Freedom, #Antifa. Regular segments include Bad Cop No Donut, Not the F**king News, and interviews about current topics and event. Podcasts have been available since 2012 @ s ...
 
Presented by creativeanddaring.com, Dare to Be is a discussion, exploration and movement to learn about the creators, curators and artists we admire, and challenge listeners to embody and exhibit the dynamic spirit they appreciate from these guests -- in their own unique way.
 
Sound of silence is a downloadable pause. An experimental podcast that records the silence that arises between people.Each episode is around 2 minutes and 45 seconds in length and features a very special guest.Only 100 episodes will be recorded and the collected silence will then be turned into an interactive gallery exhibit.
 
The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for ...
 
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An exhibition about the role of the German army the Wehrmacht during the Second World War caused a scandal when it launched in Hamburg in March 1995. “War of Annihilation: Crimes of the Wehrmacht 1941-1944” was a key moment in Germany’s reassessment of its Nazi past – but it was highly controversial. Lucy Burns speaks to curator Hannes Heer.Picture…
 
Due to restrictions in being able to record new episodes of the podcast a compilation of previous silences is being broadcast every other week. This week features all of the silences from episodes 41-50 Chris F Clark, Richard Vranch, Nonnie Peifer, Mr Gee, Nicola Shayler, The Do Pause Collective, Hazel Gale, Ben Wilson (aka Chewinggum man), Satya R…
 
Why did 16 year old Daniel Yuen walk away from a school for "troubled teens" and where did he go? The podcast “The Lost Kids” explores the under-regulated industry of “tough love” programs and, in particular, the Southern California facility known as CEDU and its historical connections to a dangerous cult. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE LOST K…
 
For the first episode of Constellations’ 2020 season, we present FEEL THE SKY, a duo of sound works in conversation composed by JAYE KRANZ (Australia) and MYRA AL-RAHIM (USA). Both extend from the same starting point – a recording from 1992 made by a news reporter unfamiliar with field recording, but entranced by a chance encounter with trumpeter s…
 
For the first episode of Constellations’ 2020 season, we present FEEL THE SKY, a duo of sound works in conversation composed by JAYE KRANZ (Australia) and MYRA AL-RAHIM (USA). Both extend from the same starting point – a recording from 1992 made by a news reporter unfamiliar with field recording, but entranced by a chance encounter with trumpeter s…
 
This week Terry and Paul get all dirty and sweaty as we meet 'Captain' William Benteen, a man self tasked with overseeing the day to day care of a nearly forgotten colony of space pioneers stuck with twin blazing suns and a craggy landscape. Benteen believes a rescue ship is coming, and when it arrives, his world starts changing in ways he didn't e…
 
As cultural institutions across the world are faced with deciding if and when to re-open, we look at two extremes: we hear from Brandon Zech, the publisher of the Texas-based art publication Glasstire, about a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, one of the first museums in the US to re-open. And we discuss the Southbank Centre in London’s an…
 
This episode of the podcast is with Hannah Kelly and Harley Bell. These two amazing ladies have joined forces to create H2Confident, a six week health and fitness challenge designed to empower women and men to become the best versions of themselves and to become more confident by maintaining a sustainable, healthy lifestyle, eating to fuel your bod…
 
Desperate for bodies in motion, five quarantined cinephiles joined Peter and a number of podcast listeners on Zoom to talk about the recent non-fiction films they've been devouring on the world of athletics. Some shows favor the classic narratives; others a different approach. All made for a great happy hour. Join Peter alongside Carman Tse, Nate F…
 
This is the 3rd special episode for COVID19 time. In this episode, three visual artists: Sarah Rudlege, Ann Mcginley and Nico Reddaway and I made a delightful conversation about their pre-COVID19 oversea residencies. Sarah, as the last participating artist in the artist residency program of Matsushima Bunko Museum, went to Matsushima island in Japa…
 
In 2017, a photograph of Harriet Tubman surfaced that had been lost to history for more than a century. In a feature of the National Portrait Gallery’s Portraits podcast, we hear the story behind this picture, and how its discovery changes the way we see Tubman – not just an icon of freedom and human dignity, but a courageous young woman.…
 
Audio is a bit muffled, but otherwise OK. The gents have hired a recently discharged veteran, but nobody counted on the sarge being a woman. Today, Lum makes a phone call to Miss Emaline. She won’t be jealous of Lum spending his time with the new employee, will she? Sarge is such a disciplinarian that she won’t let the gents take time off, not even…
 
reCOMPOSE 78: Do This Not That Over the years we have compiled quite a list of great photography tips. In this episode, Andy and Marc present some of the best. Connect with Our Hosts & Guests Email your questions to reCOMPOSE Andy Williams: Website, Instagram, Facebook Marc Muench: Website, Instagram Facebook Picks of the Week Andy: Muench Workshop…
 
The best selling book that highlighted the health and environmental benefits of a plant based diet. The publication of "Diet for a Small Planet" in 1971 helped start a conversation about the social and environmental impacts of the foods we choose. Frances Moore Lappé has been telling Farhana Haider about the writing of her ground breaking book.Phot…
 
In this episode: two investigations that touch on spycraft and show business. First, he was a professional gambler in-and-out of trouble with the law. He was also the father of future-actor Woody Harrelson. But in 1979, Charles Harrelson was charged with slaying a federal judge. The new podcast “Son of a Hitman,” explores Harrelson’s life of crime …
 
This week Terry and Paul go looking for three cent wieners and meet Mr. Horrace Maxwell Ford, a toy designer that is always eager to talk about his childhood while growing up on Randolph Street. He believes everything was so much better back then that when he goes to visit the street, it is seems to be exactly how he remembers it...…
 
During times of crisis in the UK, World War Two is often remembered as a period when the country rallied together to fight a common enemy. British politicians still refer to the so-called "Blitz Spirit" when calling for national unity. But as Simon Watts has been finding out from the BBC archives, there was a crime wave during the war years, with a…
 
This episode begins by celebrating good news: that the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of works by Raphael at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome—which only opened for three days before being closed due to Covid-19 in March—will re-open on 2 June and run for three months until 30 August. The show, which begins with Raphael’s death and moves back in ti…
 
This episode of the podcast is with Derek Stone! For years Derek Stone had dreams of becoming a musician. This road didn’t lead him to success, however, it led him to Nashville, TN. Struggling to live as a starving artist with a family to feed, it was then he thought “there’s got to be a better way.” He went through an early life crisis, changing c…
 
In this episode we chat with Professor Tim Allott about the relationships between the physical landscape and photography. As a Professor of Physical Geography, Tim brings his own unique view to the landscape and thoughts on how we represent it visually. Recorded live at South Manchester Camera Club, this is an interesting look at how our landscape …
 
Due to restrictions in being able to record new episodes of the podcast a compilation of previous silences is being broadcast every other week. This week features all of the silences from episodes 31-40 featuring : 00:09 Wendy O'Mahoney 02:04 JP Flintoff 04:03 Timandra Harkness 05:55 Brian Kaplan 07:51 Anoushé Hussain 09:46 Blaine Harrison 11:41 Ad…
 
Sweat pants? Has Kevin finally given up? Plus, does Toby know who anybody is? And why does it sound like he's recording this week's show in a public toilet? The crime writers discuss “Trial by Media,” from Netflix. The six part series looks at a group of high-profile cases and how press coverage influenced their outcomes. Sometimes the intense medi…
 
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