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~life is short, art is long~ *Regular episodes: Discussion of art & art history often fueled by alcohol (like a college seminar & a house party combined) *Art History Babe Briefs (Art History BBs) : quick art history facts minus the expletives. *Hot Takes: The Babes mix it up, chatting about topics outside the realm of established art history.
 
Avery Trufelman explores stories of people who tried to design a better world — and what happens when those designs don’t go according to plan. Season one, Utopian, is about the perpetual search for the perfect place. From Curbed and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
 
Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament host Talk Art, a podcast dedicated to the world of art featuring exclusive interviews with leading artists, curators & gallerists, and even occasionally their talented friends from other industries like acting, music and journalism. Listen in to explore the magic of art and why it connects us all in such fantastic ways. Follow the official Instagram @TalkArt for images of artworks discussed in each episode and to follow Russell and Robert's la ...
 
Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2020 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @artcuriouspod
 
A podcast about creative people and their lives. Each week our host Craig Parkinson sits down for a chat with an actor, musician, artist, writer, chef, DJ or other creative soul to discuss what makes them tick. Sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious, always insightful. New episodes every Thursday morning. Support this podcast at patreon.com/twoshotpod
 
The THRIVING ARTIST PODCAST is a feature of the Clark Hulings Fund for visual artists, which exists to provide training, professional introductions, and funding for working artists, to turn working artists into THRIVING artists. Tune in for insights from other artists, art industry experts, art collectors, and business specialists. Don't be a starving artist, be a thriving artist!
 
Join host Allison Korleski as she brings you stories from all corners of the yarniverse. From Victorian murder mysteries to the trenches of the Western Front, from deadly dyes to futuristic fabric, each episode explores the connections between fiber, history, and humanity.
 
In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Our format varies week to week, with a healthy mix of teaching, listener Q and A, roundtable discussions, and interviews with everyday scrapbookers. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper an ...
 
This audio series offers entertaining, informative discussions about the arts and events at the National Gallery of Art. These podcasts give access to special Gallery talks by well-known artists, authors, curators, and historians. Included in this podcast listing are established series: The Diamonstein-Spielvogel Lecture Series, The Sydney J. Freedberg Lecture in Italian Art, Elson Lecture Series, A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts, Conversationricans with Artists Series, Conversations w ...
 
Savvy Painter is a bi-weekly podcast for artists who mean business. Antrese Wood talks to expert painters about the business of art and how it gets created. Want to know how leaders in the fine art world of plein-air and landscape painting got their start? What habits do top artists have in common? Savvy Painter digs deep into the struggles and successes of contemporary painters. Artists spend enormous amounts of time alone in their studios. It's easy for them to believe their challenges are ...
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
This podcast is about being present. It is also about playful creativity and other things like curiosity, connection, happy colors and dark chocolate. I’m your host Stacy Julian. I am a life enthusiast with a Library of Memories and this is where we talk about people, places, things and solutions—as we do I hope you will find inspiration for living your life and telling your story—because you have exactly enough time!
 
Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
 
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This is the Daily FRO for April 12th 2021. TXT ME 3137109729 I was asked to speak to a bunch of college kids a few weeks back and ended up having a disagreement with one of the teachers. There's a difference between "how it used to be done" and how it should be done today!!! I hope you enjoy this wide-ranging discussion.…
 
Mullins is having teething problems in 'New Bunker Malmesbury' and Boxgate continues. We talk about leaf shutters and why they’re not in our X-Ts and Ps, how an X100S deals with being sent to the bottom of a swimming pool, Mullins’ decision to upsize during a pandemic and we have news of an upcoming Kev and Neale documentary wedding workshop. Quest…
 
Roy Tyson creates witty and intriguing imagery with customised miniature figures in photographs and art installations. The former car mechanic and pharma sales rep is a self taught photographer and artist with works and representation by Saatchi Arts. This is a classic story of trusting instinct, feeling your way, making that leap of faith as a cre…
 
Welcome to Episode 69 Sponsored by Goodman Models. Hosts Stuart Clark Terry Miesle Robert Burik Thanks to our latest Patreon Supporter: Bernard Heijmans *************************************** LATEST NEWS Moosaroo Cup II winner announced. IPMS Nats registration is open Wonderfest is a go IPMS Houston Show *************************************** MAI…
 
Daniel Maher: Challenging the Stained Glass Status Quo Daniel Maher’s work serves as a testament to both his diverse aesthetic interests and his firm roots in the traditions of the stained glass craft. A former employee of Boston-based Connick Studio, in 1989 the artist established Daniel Maher Stained Glass in Somerville, Massachusetts, to further…
 
Churches have long sought the arts as a vehicle to communicate divine transcendence and to form worshipers. In Glimpses of the New Creation: Worship and the Formative Power of the Arts (Eerdmans, 2019), W. David O. Taylor brings much needed clarity into conversations around the role of arts in Christian liturgy. After framing the way our theologica…
 
The mailbag walkabout edition of the week where I take the show out with you and our cameras, some 'us time' to make pictures and chat about photography, whatever kind of photographer you are; pro, amateur or even iPhonographer, it all counts. This week vintage cameras, ideas for projects, children's books, a walk in Ottawa to clear the mind and ev…
 
We want to see your submission! Submit by or before May 1st. Virtual Realism: an online exhibition produced in partnership between the Art History Babes and Zach Clark of National Monument Press. Attention artists, we want you to submit your work for the exhibition! Follow these two steps to be considered: Subscribe to the Art History Babe's Patreo…
 
Russell & Robert meet leading artist Mandy El-​Sayegh from her studio in Acton, West London where she is currently finishing new works for a forthcoming solo exhibition in Seoul, South Korea. We discuss memory as a material, insomnia and making work throughout the night, what its like to be a hoarder, her early love of microscopes, collecting stamp…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with curator and scholar Paul Greenhalgh. His recently published book Ceramic Art and Civilisation establishes a historical through line linking four transformative eras into a larger history that explains how ceramics helped civilizations flourish. In our interview we talk about …
 
Episode No. 492 features curators Allison Glenn and Jeffrey Richmond-Moll. Glenn is the curator of "Promise, Witness, Remembrance," at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville. The exhibition reflects on the life of Breonna Taylor, an emergency medical technician who was killed by Louisville police, and the subsequent year of protests and remembrance. Th…
 
Frustrated that you can’t find a way to bring the big feelings you get from others’ art into your own? Maybe you just need to train your analytic eye to level up your inferencing skills. Being able to look for and identify the ideas behind the art can lend you insights to help you get back on track and feel motivated to create again. Sponsors for t…
 
Brad’s lawyers were active this week, but the situation has been resolved with no further intervention required. Brad follows up on a conversation with Retro 51, and a new pen he is shopping for, then Myke jumps in to discuss Sailor’s 110th Anniversary. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Harry's: Quality shaving and grooming products, …
 
This week Clare and Ade talk with Michael Kirchoff about his extensive travel and personal photography projects and writing for numerous websites and publications. Also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/WX6a9LdVPa4 You can find the topics discussed via: https://www.michaelkirchoff.com/ https://www.analogforevermagazine.com/ https://www.catalys…
 
Angela Dufresne is a painter originally from Connecticut, raised in Kansas and now based in Brooklyn. Her work articulates non-paranoid, porous ways of being in a world fraught by fear, power and possession. Through painting, drawing and performative works, she wields heterotopic narratives that are both non hierarchical and perverse. She had solo …
 
This month we’re focusing on the benefits of cleaning out — from physical clutter to organizing your lives, eliminating obligations that are no longer serving you to slowing down enough to focus on what matters most, in your art business and in your life. Kelly Milukas has been through more in the last 10 years than anyone should have to endure, an…
 
Jim Sinicki is a Milwaukee WI based family and senior portrait photographer. After more than 2 years in the Beginner Photography Podcast Community, Jim has carved out his own space for sharing and helping others. In this interview, Jim and I talk about how he got stared, why he loves photography so much, and how his work has changed in a short amou…
 
Today’s micro show is a reminder to aim lower. Sounds crazy and counterintuitive for sure, but it the secret (in my opinion) to showing up as a creative in a noisy and competitive world. The minute you begin to intentionally practice imperfection is the minute you can start doing the work you were meant to do with expectations that produce results!…
 
Actor Mathew Horne visits the Museum of Brands in London with his partner, set designer Celina Bassili, where they encounter a remarkable collection of objects, packaging and design that tell a fascinating story about modern life. Together they enter the museum’s ‘time tunnel’, where iconic products from the past 150 years spark conversations about…
 
Choo choo! hop on board, it’s all your pals at Art and Labor! but wait, …who’s that there? that little caboose yonder? Why, it’s Sam Lefebvre with his new piece “Ruling Class Solidarity: Conflict & Growth at SFMOMA Reexamined” in tow! Together our intrepid boxcars brave a 4 hour time difference for the noblest of tasks: helping podcast listening ne…
 
This weeks guest is Birgit Buchart from Lomography! We go back and get to hear how Birgit got into photography through her father and how she made her way all the way to New York City from Austria. This is such a fun episode and it was so great to chat with Birgit! Make sure you check out Birgits socials and check out Lomography! https://www.instag…
 
Family stories are the texture of the human fabric. From every land, from every time, they bring the past to life for young ears. In the beginning of the twentieth century, when there were no borders in the Middle East (it was then called la grande Syrie), Elia Zughaib grew up first in Damascus, then in the mountains of Lebanon. In a rural culture,…
 
Snowboarder turned photographer Mike Kelley shares a story of his entirely unplanned journey into the world of international architectural photography. He also talks of the project made with a Canon 6D and cheap 50mm lens that saw him travel to twenty airports around the world to photograph an inventive viral campaign called Airportraits, proof tha…
 
Watch this on video | Join us on Discord for more TFOP chat! Ok, so Eimear wants a new camera. It's been 17 years (not typo!) since she last bought one so safe to say a new one should have some improvements. But which to pick? And what views do the rest of the team have? Picks of the week: NFT April Fool, Polarr app selections, Samuel Bourne, Katha…
 
Nat, Corrie, and Ginny discuss the Ambum Stone from the island of New Guinea. Created around 1500 BCE, it’s become well known for its incredible detail, for being one of the oldest sculptures made in Oceania, and because it’s just so darn cute. Watch this episode on youtube. Order the Honest Art Dictionary: https://www.arthistorybabes.com/get-our-b…
 
A riverbank in the Australian bush would be the perfect plein air location for many artists. A rushing stream, long tree trunks and a deep vista where the artist’s eye can gather information into the distance. But what is more fascinating for leading Australian artist Guy Maestri, is what the substance he is applying to the canvas is capable of doi…
 
Inspired by her dad’s enthusiasm for the craft, Erin Ng got her first point-and-shoot camera in fifth grade and has been snapping away ever since. She committed to a career in photography and has been shooting commercial and editorial photos since she graduated. Ng’s subject bias skews toward food for several different reasons. Not only is food del…
 
Liz Mazurek studied art and ceramics at Southwestern University where she received a BFA and realized she wanted to pursue clay as her lifelong career. Since graduating, Liz took on a year long post-baccalaureate position at Colorado State University that offered a great opportunity to learn about how she was going to proceed in her clay career. On…
 
During the middle decades of the twentieth century, the production of America’s consumer culture was centralized in New York to an extent unparalleled in the history of the United States. Every day tens of thousands of writers, editors, artists, performers, technicians, and secretaries made advertisements, produced media content, and designed the s…
 
During the middle decades of the twentieth century, the production of America’s consumer culture was centralized in New York to an extent unparalleled in the history of the United States. Every day tens of thousands of writers, editors, artists, performers, technicians, and secretaries made advertisements, produced media content, and designed the s…
 
Phillip and Eileen Blume have spoken on the photography world’s biggest stages about helping photographers earn a living with their camera. After a rocky start in photography that almost bankrupted them, they discovered how powerful the mini session could be when just starting out and even in an established photography business. Today Phillip share…
 
Reviewing listener submitted images is fast becoming one of the highlights to my month. This time around we’re reviewing the topic Under the Sun. This is Latitude Photography Podcast, Episode 111 for April 4, 2021 Useful links: Get some free resources here: https://brentbergherm.com/info/resources/ Get on the list for updates on Latitude Photograph…
 
Episode 317 This week’s podcast takes a look at the impacts of how we react to events and information. When you hear someone talk about your photography, do you focus on the negative, which in turn makes everything negative, or do you focus on the positive? In the podcast, I talk about how your approach to that feedback can make all the difference …
 
Hi everyone! We’ve got a few brief announcements for you. Here’s the quick recap of today’s episode: Season 9 is coming on April 19! Subscribe and don’t miss it. We’re seeking venues for virtual and in-person events for a (much belated!) book tour. Email me with your suggestions, and/or tag or contact your favorite venue on social media to alert th…
 
Timothy Beatley is the Teresa Heinz Professor of Sustainable Communities at the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia, where he has taught for over twenty-five years. His primary teaching and research interests are in environmental planning and policy, with a special emphasis on coastal and natural hazards planning, environmental val…
 
‘Boxgate' lingers on, though Kev is more concerned by the boxes of Easter eggs he can squirrel away before the kids find them. Questions today include, do you befriend your clients, do women and men see differently, can the Fujifilm system cut it for pro work in the studio and are photographic eggs in one basket still a good idea post pandemic? Kev…
 
Today the extraordinary Kickstarter book project by a British commercial photographer, Marc Wilson; A Wounded Landscape, Bearing Witness to the Holocaust, based around 22 Holocaust survivor stories, a project that has a most gentle nature and revealing serendipity at times. For many photographers, Kickstarter is a route to publish and I also talk w…
 
Composer/producer Emily Wells sees us as the buffalo: frozen before downfall, but still alive—which is why she includes so much breath in her song. Wells, whose work deals with the climate crisis, looks to David Wojnarowicz’s AIDS activism for lessons. Find full transcripts and more information about this episode at https://www.nga.gov/music-progra…
 
What is it? Why understanding it is critical, and a call to action to bolt in the existing pieces you are missing Where to go from here? Have a question of your own? Join us for an Art Business Workshop. 3x Weekly Zoom calls where you can join other artists and photographers as we discuss the business of selling art both online and off. Come with y…
 
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