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Best James Frazier podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best James Frazier podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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.
 
The Critic Speak Podcast, hosted by Internet film critics Danny Baldwin and James Frazier, is a weekly show about current happenings in the film industry and in film criticism. We talk about everything from new releases to classic movies, and we interview various film critics and friends. Find us on the web at criticspeak dot com. New episodes of this podcast are published to the iTunes store on Monday evenings.
 
Black Coffee is a podcast hosted by Khary Frazier and Freda Sampson live at Pause weekly. Every Monday Freda and Khary will welcome guests to discuss the rich history of Black leadership, entrepreneurship, artistry, and social justice. Black Coffee will be recorded before a live audience and distributed through the Detroit is Different podcast network.
 
Next Level Loan Officers brings you in-depth conversations with the top mortgage team leaders, executives and branch managers in the country. We also feature mastermind sessions with influential coaches, consultants, experts and speakers. All so you can build the right team, systems and technology to scale your mortgage team to a hundred million without losing your YOU. The Next Level Loan Officers Podcast is a proud founding member of the REAL Disrupt Podcast Collaborative.
 
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On this episode Kelsey Rauchut joins Kenneth and Sean to talk about the importance of being well rounded in all facets of your life to achieve success. Kelsey also talks about the importance of emotional intelligence (EQ) and how a strong brand is created when you don't separate your personal and business self. 2:00 Intro for Kelsey 3:55 Fueling yo…
 
Episode No. 446 features artists John Edmonds and Tamara Johnson. This month the Brooklyn Museum had planned to open "John Edmonds: A Sidelong Glance," an exhibition of 25 new and recent pictures including portraits and still-lifes of Central and West African sculpture, including works in Brooklyn's own collection (some of which were donated by wri…
 
On this episode Katie Sweeney, EVP at AIME, joins Sean and Kenneth to talk about how Loan Officers can win business by leveraging technology. Katie also discusses how Loan Officers should automate the mundane to focus their time on providing value to the consumer. 2:10 Introduction to Katie 4:30 Why you can no longer avoid tech 7:50 How do you buil…
 
Episode No. 445 features curator Eleanor Jones Harvey. Harvey is the curator of "Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature, and Culture" at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington. The exhibition examines the impacts of Humboldt's six-week visit to the United States in 1804, and how his influence extended into American art…
 
On this episode Kevin Ducey, President of Whiteboard CRM, joins Kenneth and Sean to talk about the current state of the CRM market. Kevin discusses how MLOs are reinvesting their time to building out their CRM, why text capabilities is important, and why using the CRM to focus on the relationship is vital to long-term success. 2:00 Intro 3:45 The C…
 
Episode No. 444 features curator and historian Adrienne L. Childs. Childs is the curator of "Riffs and Relations: African American Artists and the European Modernist Tradition" at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. The museum has extended the show through January 3, 2021. "Riffs and Relations" offers works by African American artists of the…
 
On this episode Kenneth Travis, Sean Zalmanoff, and Kellen Vaughn talk about what having a Next Level Mindset is and how it can help you see opportunities where others can't. Learn how MLOs can adapt to the new norm to come out ahead of their competition. 2:30 Intro to the episode 3:50 Getting out of your routines 5:30 The importance of being a lea…
 
In this episode James Duncan of Thrive Mortgage joins Kenneth and Sean to discuss the importance of leadership, controlling the message, and how loan officers should be using their marketing channels to stay out front of their SOI. 2:20 Intro to James 4:35 The importance of leadership right now 7:30 Originating in a market downturn 10:55 Controllin…
 
Episode No. 442 features curators Nathaniel Silver and Alison de Lima Greene. Silver is the curator of "Boston's Apollo: Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent" at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The museum is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic; pending re-opening, it has extended the exhibition through September. The e…
 
On this episode of the Next Level Loan Officers Podcast, Kenneth and Sean talk with Alysha Boles about her five year journey of growing her business from scratch. 3:25 Intro to Alysha 5:20 5 year Journey 9:35 Stepping outside of your box 15:45 Where do you want your growth to come from 17:10 Going from 9 units in a year to 9 units in a week 19:20 T…
 
Episode No. 441 features curator Sarah Eckhardt and author and art historian Anne Monahan. Eckhardt is the curator of "Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop" at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. The VMFA is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic; the exhibition is scheduled to be on view through June 14. From Richmond, the…
 
In this episode Jason Frazier joins Sean to discuss how Loan Officers can be successful and make an impact with their marketing in times of crisis. Sean and Jason also cover how now is the time to be a mortgage expert, an advisor, and someone who can be a positive voice in your community. 2:15 - Introduction 3:50 - Marketing during a crisis 6:00 - …
 
Episode No. 440 is an Easter weekend and Passover holiday clips edition featuring author and artist Nell Painter. Painter is the author of Old in Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over. The “starting over” of the title refers to Painter’s retirement after an elite career as an Ivy League historian to return to college as a sixty-something student — …
 
COVAD-19 pandemic bonus episode No. 2. Critics on looking (or not) during a pandemic. Christopher Knight is the longtime art critic at the Los Angeles Times. Earlier this year he won the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award in Art Journalism from the Rabkin Foundation, just the second time that's been awarded. Antwaun Sargent's most recent book is title…
 
Part two of Alan Christian’s interview focuses on using his success to create a blueprint from starting to build a brand in a new market from scratch. 3:00 Strategy Recap 4:50 Starting with mapping your community 7:05 Making connections & creating a presence 12:50 Business posting strategy 17:30 Hiding the salesman 20:30 Lead with a story 22:10 Don…
 
Episode No. 439 features author and art historian William E. Wallace and curator Julian Brooks. Wallace is the author of "Michelangelo, God's Architect: The Story of His Final Years and Greatest Masterpiece." The book offers a rich and lively biographical examination of the last two decades of Michelangelo's life, a period when he became the archit…
 
Alan Christian joins KT and Sean to update on them on how he has built a very successful brand using video. 2:40 Introduction to Alan 4:00 2019 Recap 8:20 Video to help manage your time 10:00 Getting comfortable being on video 13:15 Taking the online offline 17:05 Being the digital mayor 19:40 Don’t overthink your content 22:10 Commit to execute on…
 
Episode No. 438 features curator Ann Temkin and editor Caitlin Murray. The Museum of Modern Art, New York has organized "Judd," the first posthumous retrospective of Donald Judd's work in the United States. "Judd" was curated by our guest, Ann Temkin, with Yasmil Raymond, Tamar Margalit and Erica Cooke. The exhibition features over 70 sculptures, p…
 
Take a ride in the time machine back to 1 year ago as Alan Christian discusses how he is having the best time ever in his career after to committing to reinventing himself. And tune in NEXT WEEK as Alan discusses the how his decisions are impacting him now, 1 year later. 3:15 - Auditing your business 5:00 - Reinventing yourself 6:30 - Taking the wr…
 
Episode No. 437 features artist Renée Stout and curator Mary Morton. Renée Stout is featured in "Person of Interest," at the Sheldon Museum of Art at the University of Nebraska. The exhibition examines portraiture from the late nineteenth century to the present, with a special emphasis on questions about self-fashioning, cultural memory, gender ide…
 
In this episode Kenneth Travis and Sean Zalmanoff go in-depth about the 90 Day Season. 3:00 Time management challenges 5:00 Making time for things that are important 6:36 Could you hire to grow? 7:40 Having an intentional focus on the road ahead 9:45 Tracking your success 12:00 What is the 90 day season 15:40 What needs to happen to course correct …
 
Episode No. 436 features artist Ebony G. Patterson and art historian Shaina Larrivee. The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University is showing "Ebony G. Patterson... while the dew is still on the roses...", a survey of work Patterson has made over the last decade. The exhibition originated at the Perez Art Museum Miami, and was curated by Tobias Ostr…
 
Episode No. 435 features curator Elizabeth Hutton Turner and artist Bethany Collins. Along with Austen Barron Bailly, Turner is the co-curator of "Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle." The exhibition, which is at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts through April 26, presents Lawrence's 1954-56 "Struggle: From the History of the Ameri…
 
Episode No. 434 features artists Peter Saul and Barry X Ball. The New Museum in New York City is presenting "Peter Saul: Crime and Punishment," a survey of Saul's career. The exhibition includes 60 paintings Saul has made over the last 60 years, from his investigations of domestic space and consumerism, to his pioneering anti-war paintings of the V…
 
Episode No. 433 features curator Simon Kelly and author/historian Robin Mitchell. Along with Maite van Dijk of Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum, Kelly is the curator of "Millet and Modern Art: From Van Gogh to Dali." It's at the Saint Louis Art Museum through May 17. The exhibition examines, for the first time, Jean-François Millet's influence on succee…
 
Episode No. 432 is a President's Day weekend clips show featuring artist LaToya Ruby Frazier. The Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University is showing "LaToya Ruby Frazier: The Last Cruze." The exhibition features a new body of work that focuses on the United Auto Workers members at General Motors's Lordstown, Ohio plant. The facility…
 
Episode No. 431 features artists Mark Dion and Nancy Lupo. This weekend, the Amon Carter Museum opens "The Perilous Texas Adventures of Mark Dion." For the exhibition, Dion retraced the steps of four nineteenth-century Texas explorers: Sarah Ann Lillie Hardinge, Charles Wright, John James Audubon and Frederick Law Olmsted, accumulating material and…
 
Episode No. 430 features artists Alison Rossiter and David Maisel. Rossiter is featured in "Unseen: 35 Years of Collecting Photographs" at the J. Paul Getty Museum. The exhibition shares photographs from the Getty's rich collection that have never been shown at the museum, including many Rossiters. The exhibition is organized by Jim Ganz in collabo…
 
Episode No. 429 features curators Sarah Meister and Lauren Palmor. On February 9, the Museum of Modern Art, New York opens "Dorothea Lange: Words & Pictures," the first significant solo presentation of Lange's work at MoMA since this 1966 survey. The exhibition, which is drawn from MoMA's collection, was curated by Meister with River Bullock and Ma…
 
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