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I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!
 
The Go Creative Show is dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film, tv and music industries. Hosted by Ben Consoli, Director and owner of BC Media Productions. Each week Ben takes on topics relevant to the film making, video, music and visual arts worlds, talking about tools, talent, challenges and successes. A wide range of topics are discussed, as well as various special guests involved in both mainstream and independent creative production are invited to join in.
 
Are you an art and culture lover? Would you love to go inside the minds of your favorite creatives? With over 10 million unique monthly viewers, My Modern Met is one of the world’s leading art+culture websites. And now, we’re exploring the world of visual arts for 30 minutes every other week with the photographers, painters, designers, and makers who are shaping our world. Sit back and relax as My Modern Met's contributing writers sit down for one-on-one chats with some of your favorite artists.
 
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.
 
Relevant, a podcast by Posture, is hosted and produced by Annie Rose Malamet and features conversations with some of today’s leading queer visionaries. Posture is a New York City-based magazine and creative agency dedicated to diversity and intersectionality.
 
This show is about everything animation: weekly news stories, reviews, interviews with professionals and indie creators, etc. We also have fan-art contests, play trivia, do character skits and a ton of other community interaction... because entertainment! I'm Stephen Brooks and I run Rubber Onion, a boutique studio that creates hand-drawn animation, and am the author of 'Tradigital Animate CC: 12 Principles of Animation in Adobe Animate.' My best friend and fellow animator, Rob Yulfo, joins ...
 
A podcast hosted by Katherine Barnett. Katherine is a traditional/digital abstract artist who loves color. On the podcast, learn more about Katherine, hear upcoming art challenges, new art published, electronic music, weekly art collections, featured artists, and ramblings about color. Follow the podcast at @beatnikblends on twitter.
 
Studio Confessions is the brainchild of Luis Martin / The Art Engineer. The artist uses the podcast to share his firsthand experiences of being an emerging artist and sharing a POC’s POV. With over twenty years experience as an artist, curator and museum educator, Martín leverages his curiosity, ambition and pop psych wit to deliver biweekly conversations and monologues you’ll want to listen in on.
 
Join our live events and discussions every week as we talk about building better relationships, becoming better leaders, and having a greater impact. Our podcasts are a look back at our discussions, lead by a different person each week. Help us uncover kindness and be a part of our live discussions at befunbekind.com.
 
Greenwich Dance presents Talking Moves, the podcast where artists come together to share practice, experience and ideas. Designed for dance professionals, we put artists centre stage, upfront, in the spotlight, at the microphone so they can talk about the ideas and issues that move them. Talking Moves is a Greenwich Dance production. Presented by Melanie Precious. Production by Carmel Smith, Lucy White and Melanie Precious. Talking Moves is supported by Arts Council England.
 
Every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century. Join Mike and Brian as they reevaluate the films and Academy Awards of the past, talk trivia and top fives, and address the big question: "Would you keep or kick the Academy's picks for Best Picture?" All that and more on Best Picture This -- where it's always Oscar season!
 
To foster, encourage and promote veterans in the arts. This podcast serves as your destination to learn about the artists, leaders and organizations making a difference in the veteran artist community. After receiving a vocal performance degree, BR decided to enlist in the Army after the tragedy of September 11th. BR became an Arabic linguist and served as an operator in the Joint Special Operations Command. After many combat deployments, BR set out to create the Veteran Artist Program, a sp ...
 
Do you believe that art, creativity, innovation, and kindness can change the world? If you answered “Heck yeah!” then this is the podcast for you. Badass Creatives is hosted by Mallory Whitfield and features marketing and business advice for creatives, as well as interviews with a diverse range of handmade artists, performers, makers, and creative entrepreneurs. Based in New Orleans, Mallory is an artist, speaker, and author of How to Make Money at Craft Shows. By day, she works in digital m ...
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller, politician Bobi Wine, poets Fatimah Asghar, John Cooper Clarke & Kae ...
 
Making connections through conversation with the art, literature, and creative work that matters to us, and the people who make it. Hosted by writer and photographer Mike Sakasegawa, Keep the Channel Open is a series of in-depth and intimate conversations with artists, writers, and curators from across the creative spectrum.
 
Bow Down is a podcast about significant women artists from the past, hosted by Jennifer Higgie, editor at large at Frieze. Women have been expressing themselves since the beginning of time. Yet, ask around and you’ll find that most people struggle to name even one non-male artist from before the 20th century. For each 20-minute episode, Jennifer invites an artist, writer, historian or curator to nominate an artist to whom we should all … well, bow down. Subscribe to learn more about these ra ...
 
Loi Laing is an artist, teacher, and lawyer who believes we are all creatives. Whether you already express your creativity through a defined art-form, or just want to live a more creative life, this podcast explores practical tools and strategies to help you re-discover your creative self. For more information, please visit The Art of Creative Living YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/loilaing. Your time and presence are truly appreciated.
 
This is the radio documentary anthology series about filmmaking, cinema, and the creative arts. Every week we bring you personal, passionate, and sometimes provocative stories from filmmakers and artists all over the globe; stories that will help you mature as an artist and find more fulfillment in your craft and career. NoFilmSchool called this "The filmmaking podcast we've all been waiting for." // Filmmaking is the ONE art form into which all other art forms are absorbed. Photography. Gra ...
 
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Episode No. 501 features curator Davide Gasporotto and conservator Marcia Steele. Gasporotto, the senior curator of paintings at the J. Paul Getty Museum, recently acquired Artemisia Gentileschi's Lucretia (about 1627) for the museum. It went on view for the first time when the Getty re-opened after its pandemic-related closure. Gentileschi's Lucre…
 
Join Luke Hohmann in talking about his FinTech company, FirstRoot, designed to help kids to learn to manage money at an early age. FirstRoot is structured as a B Corp and empowers everyone to help with its goal of reaching 1 million schools achieve financial literacy for students. Join Here: https://befunbekind.com/listing/how-financial-literacy-an…
 
Listen in as artist Courtney Alexander talks about “Dust II Onyx”, a tarot deck she created that celebrates the Black experience through the lens and tradition of this universal divination tool. The artist talks about her multi layered approach to creating art that inspires her to go big as a large person who is often expected to play small. We tal…
 
BRIDGERTON is Netflix's most-watched series ever. Cinematographer Jeffrey Jur ASC explains how he used the Sony Venice camera and lighting using candles to bring us back in time to 17th century London. Jeffrey and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss his contemporary cinematic approach, his career switch from film to TV, using 2-6 cameras on…
 
This was such a fun and candid chat about being a Latinx video artist and filmmaker and the mainly ups and few downs of life as an experimental artist! We get into some really cool thoughts on how culture infuses itself into your work, art and academia, living in a dungeon, navigating the collective consciousness, glitch art and collecting late nig…
 
Dan Reich, Curator & Director of Education at the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum, stopped by to talk with Nancy about the mission of, and the happenings at, the museum. After 22 years at the museum, Dan Reich will be retiring soon. Dan Reich. A photo from the museum's archives, depicting a Dachau Death March. Among the topics discussed i…
 
Episode No. 501 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features artists Ekene Ijeoma and Chloë Bass. Ijeoma is featured in "All Together, Amongst Many: Reflections on Empathy" at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in Omaha. The exhibition, which was curated by Rachel Adams, examines how artists have centered empathy within their work. It is on view t…
 
What was the best movie of 2002? In this miniseries finale episode, Mike and Brian recap the year that was, rank the Academy's picks for Best Picture, kick the ones that don't belong and discuss their personal top 5s. Plus, trivia, Golden Takes and a tribute to Dermot Mulroney. www.bestpicturethis.com Want to curate a future episode? BECOME A PATRO…
 
This week, Marty and Tim talk about the books they are reading. And a quick note about our sound: Zencastr seems to have changed the inputs on Marty's mic between sound checks, so we apologize for the sound. Here are the books we are recommending this week! Eternals:Kieron Gillian, Esad Ribic, Matthew Wilson Nocterra -- Scott Snyder, Tomeu Morey, T…
 
In this episode we talk to Liv Lorent and Arthur Pita about creating dance for families. Once upon a time, dance for children and families was perhaps seen as lightweight, if indeed it was seen at all. But pioneering leaders in the sector, such as Emma Gladstone and her children’s dance festival Offspring at The Place, set about to change that – sp…
 
“Routing a racial justice revolution through Hollywood” (The New York Times): Brilliant filmmaker Shaka King, director and co-writer of Judas and the Black Messiah, discusses the difficulty of making meaningful films, New York vs. L.A., and the ebb and flow of social change with superstar Walter Mosley, celebrated writer and executive producer of S…
 
After making two ensemble-casted epics about disease and downward spirals ("Boogie Nights" and "Magnolia"), director Paul Thomas Anderson turned left. The result: a colorful, cosmic romance starring Adam Sandler and Emily Watson, one which he describes as a story about "finding your music." In this episode, Mike and Brian explore PTA's career and b…
 
This week on My Modern Met's Top Artist Podcast, we talk with street artist Alexandre Farto, also known as Vhils. Known for his groundbreaking carving and explosive street art, Vhils has made a name for himself by revealing thoughtful narratives behind city life. His work reimagines the role of graffiti as a method of reckoning with our past and ce…
 
Join Hanieh Sigari as she opens up about how she built her skin care company to empower women entrepreneurs. Find out about some of the obstacles involved in starting a new business and how to meet them head on. Join Here: https://befunbekind.com/listing/women-entrepreneurship-tips-from-a-2021-skincare-launch/ Join our weekly Talks https://befunbek…
 
Join this fascinating conversation with the pioneer lifestyle-performer, artist and academic Ben Sander aka Brini Maxwell. Ben talks about his drag persona and hosting a subtly groundbreaking television show in the 90’s. and how he is now developing her into high art. We also talk about his collaborations with his mother and how working with his me…
 
Disney's film CRUELLA combines handheld, high energy cinematography with elegant traditional camera movement. Cinematographer Nicolas Karakatsanis explains his masterful cinematic approach. Nicolas and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss working with Emma Stone and Emma Thompson, shooting both on film and digitally, having to pre-light sets…
 
What makes a masterpiece? Mike is joined in studio this episode by special guest co-host Joey Santos (Ask Flagler), to break down director Martin Scorsese's 2002 American immigration-revenge-crime-history (phew) epic, "Gangs of New York," starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio, which earned a whopping 10 Academy Award nominations, includin…
 
Tom Ridgely, Producing Artistic Director of St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, stopped by to talk to Nancy about the 2021 festival its adjustments due to Covid. The Festival this year includes a main stage Shakespeare in the Park performance of King Lear, which stars Tony, Grammy & Emmy winner André De Shields and is Directed by Carl Cofield. King Lea…
 
Johnson’s work draws on a vastness of experience and a persistent desire to make paintings that explain the world through color and shape. He has always moved seamlessly between abstraction and representation and the art historian Peter Selz described Johnson as an artist who makes “realist paintings that are basically abstract paintings and abstra…
 
Episode No. 500 features artists Nancy Grossman and Stacy Lynn Waddell. Grossman is featured in "Nasher Mixtape," a series of micro-exhibitions at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas through September 26; and in "Vibrant: Artists Engage with Color" at the Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro through June 26. Gro…
 
Is horror the perfect genre for sneaking deep, adult themes into movies that feel light and popcorn-y? In this bonus episode, Mike and Brian revisit David Cronenberg's 1986 body horror classic, "The Fly," which was chosen by patron Chris from Tampa. They dive into the film's best moments, explore what (aside from the Oscar-winning make up) makes th…
 
Join Mariquita Solis in learning how self esteem building can have a positive impact on your relationships and your life. Pulling from her own journey and struggles, she outlines what it truly means to be confident in who you are. Take this step with her and gain the control of your life you deserve. Join Here: https://befunbekind.com/listing/2-bri…
 
A QUIET PLACE PART II cinematographer Polly Morgan ASC BSC takes us behind-the-scenes of this highly anticipated sequel. Polly and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss the challenges of shooting on film, why one sequence was shot digitally, why practical stunts are better, working with John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, mentorship advice, and m…
 
Join me in this remarkable conversation with Artist Yasmín Hernández. Listen in as this artist gracefully articulates a core Latinx experience often felt but unspoken. Throughout our talk Yasmin offers a vocabulary to address her personal truths that resonate beyond her own personal journey into broader cultural and historic narrative. The artist a…
 
On Stance, Chrystal Genesis is joined by award-winning journalist and writer Ismail Einashe to explore the people and stories of East Africa. Inspired by migration, culture, music and history, the episode traverses through Kenya, Sudan, and Somalia, examining the contemporary hubs and ancient histories of East Africa. Starting in Kenya, we chat wit…
 
The Oscars love Holocaust movies — so what does that tell us about how we consume historical dramas? Is it possible to separate the art from the artist? And how does violence/obscenity in movies dull — or sharpen — our life experience? Mike and Brian's conversation veers into unexpected places this episode, in exploring director Roman Polanski's "T…
 
Hey there ACC-tion heroes! Today we give a SPOILERY review of Pornsak Picketshote's and Alexandre Tefenkgi's The Good Asian, from Image. It is absolutely no secret that we're fans of Pornsak's work as a writer and editor, and we had an absolute blast with him in our interview with him (Volume 2, Episode 35, btw.) And here we get to go into great de…
 
Kristin Fleischmann Brewer, Deputy Director of Public Engagement for the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, stopped by to speak with Nancy about the exhibition Chloë Bass: Wayfinding, which is open now through October 31st at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation. Chloë Bass (b. 1984) created Wayfinding, an installation of sculptures inspired by public wayfinding s…
 
In episode 002 we talk to Plates in the Sky an experimental electronic solo artist from Tucson, AZ! Using modular synthesizers, effects, drum machines and keyboards, Chris Heinisch performs noise, musique concrète and ambient sets which sometimes swerve to electronic dance music. We had a super fun and interesting chat about starting bands in the C…
 
Matt Bollinger is an artist living in Ithaca, NY who works across painting, animation, sculpture and music. Bollinger earned his BFA at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2003 and his MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2007. He has had 6 solo exhibitions at Zürcher Gallery, New York and 3 solo exhibitions at Galerie Zürcher, Paris. His ani…
 
In this episode we talk to Roswitha Chesher and Alexander Whitley about digital dance and technology. Both started their careers with dance training – film maker and photographer Roswitha Chesher at Trinity Laban and choreographer Alexander Whitley at the Royal Ballet School – but they’ve both moved into exploring dance in different formats – on ca…
 
Whether it’s a creative pursuit, side-hustle or “real” job, work is at the heart of this episode featuring novelists Lisa Dierbeck and Jonathan Ames on his latest book, A Man Named Doll, the first in a new noir series set in Los Angeles. Plus: Spoken word artist and poet Hakeem Furious performs “Valero Valet,” a piece he wrote about working the gra…
 
Episode No. 499 is a Memorial Day weekend clips episode featuring Senga Nengudi. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is presenting "Senga Nengudi: Topologies," a survey of Nengudi's career. It is on view through July 25. It was organized by Stephanie Weber for the Lenbachhaus Munich; the Philadelphia presentation was spearheaded by Amanda Sroka with ass…
 
This week on My Modern Met's Top Artist Podcast, we talk with artist Alexa Meade. Alexa is known for her innovative technique of painting on the human body and 3D spaces to create an illusion that they are 2D pieces of art. We'll explore how Alexa moved from a career in politics to starting a successful art career and creating a team to help execut…
 
Let’s go to Patagonia and meet “Chucho” the enigmatic Argentinean collage artist. Listen in to how his work was influenced by a six month visit to New York and Miami. He talks about being a self-taught artist, parenthood and how he is experimenting with collage in other mediums. This is your roundtrip ticket to a conversation in Latinx! Vamos a la …
 
Emmy award-winning comedy series TED LASSO follows an American football coach as he helps a struggling London soccer team. Cinematographer David Rom comes on to explain how they turned Jason Sudeikis' successful shorts into a full blown TV series. David and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss avoiding comedy visual stereotypes, fish-out-of-…
 
This week I'm chatting with Michael and Brian Thibodeau, brothers and creators of the project 'Quarantined Portraits': a record of the different ways creatives deal with the pandemic. The book features portraits that Brian created of all of the 51 participants, alongside a QR code that allows the reader to listen to each interview session. We are '…
 
Dana Frankfort’s paintings engage the history of abstract painting and feature bright colors, gestural brushwork, and text. She earned a BA in the History of Art from Brandeis University and an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University School of Art. She attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and was a Core Fellow at the Mu…
 
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