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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.
 
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BEING Studio

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BEING Studio presents SPEAK, a podcast where artists with developmental disabilities tell their own stories. In Season 2, we are bringing you new artists, new art, musical collaborations, and a mini docu-series on disability rights in Ontario. BEING is a community of artists with developmental disabilities. Find out more: www.beingstudio.ca
 
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!
 
Go Creative Show is a place for revealing and informative interviews with A-list filmmakers. Hosted by Producer and Director Ben Consoli, each week we feature cinematographers, production designers, directors and producers to share behind the scenes experiences from the hottest movies and shows. Whether you're a brand new filmmaker or a film industry veteran, Go Creative Show will entertain, inform and make you a better filmmaker.
 
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.
 
Do you have a love for Visual, Performing, Literary, and Culinary Arts? Our belief is if you share, showcase, and provide insight into different artists and businesses while on a journey towards excellence it creates a community of potential collaborations, partnerships, inspiration, knowledge, understanding, wisdom for others listening and watching, and last but not least, exposure for artists and businesses. This podcast is about news, interviews, and should-do's to consider in your journe ...
 
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Mike Cavaliere & Brian McMillan

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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!
 
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.
 
An open, intersectional dialogue on nourishment of all mediums. Conversations with leaders working in the arts, education, agriculture, film, music, media, wellness, social activism and sustainability. Hosted by Nitsa Citrine.
 
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 ...
 
ReVisioning the Arts is an anti-elitist arts podcast focused on inclusivity and egalitarianism. The show has two primary focuses: offering strength and encouragement to struggling artists and dreaming up new world models that would support as many people as possible in making their art. Join me as I interview working artists who are creating cultures of inclusivity and asking questions around justice in the arts.
 
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Adam Lehrer and Will Samson

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"You are an old man who thinks in terms of nations and peoples. There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no Third Worlds. There is no West. There is only one holistic system of systems, one vast and immane, interwoven, interacting, multivariate, multinational dominion of dollars. Petrodollars, electro- dollars, multi-dollars, Reichsmarks, rins, rubles, pounds, and shekels. It is the international system of currency which determines the ...
 
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Posture Magazine

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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.
 
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.
 
Join artist Dan Jaboor, our intrepid host, as he explores the world of visual art: painting, photography, sculpture, and even the occasional weird performance art piece. Show notes and other additional content for each episode can be found at http://DanJaboor.com/podcast
 
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.
 
The Fidelio Podcast features interviews with different kinds of artists. Host, Marie Ross, talks about various topics in the arts. She interviews artists who might not necessarily be household names, but are all known and respected in their disciplines. The Fidelio Podcast deals with ideas and inspiration, what these artists' lives are like, and why they are driven to create.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Loi Laing - Artist, Teacher, and Lawyer

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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 ...
 
A podcast exploring the creative process and the people that have the creative courage to find their fascinating. Formerly The Video Jungle Podcast, Animus Studios co-founders Arty Gold and Justin Andrews are on a mission to uncover what it really takes to conceptualize and execute creative ideas from weekly guests who are doing extraordinary work in their respective fields. Animus Studios is a video-first, marketing and strategy agency. Our mission is to lead your brand to winning ideas tha ...
 
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 ...
 
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Deborah Wasserman was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, she grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, and is currently living and working in NYC. Wasserman is a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She has exhibited in the USA at The Queens Museum Of The Arts,…
 
Episode No. 551 is a holiday clips episode featuring artist Allison Janae Hamilton. Allison Janae Hamilton is included in “A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration” at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson. The exhibition, which was curated by Ryan N. Dennis and Jessica Bell Brown, features newly commissioned work from 12 B…
 
Sarah Hollowell is a writer based in Indiana. Sarah’s debut novel, A Dark and Starless Forest, is a YA contemporary fantasy story centered on a family of foster sisters learning about their magic, until suddenly they start disappearing. In our conversation we talked about the difference in process between short stories and novels, how her novel por…
 
Doug Garrow is a funny guy. If you don’t believe him, ask his friends or look at his art. His jokes shine through and his sunny attitude is guaranteed to lift your mood. The music for this episode was composed by Bucko. Please rate and follow SPEAK on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. This helps others discover the show! Listen to al…
 
Learn how cinematographer Simon Dennis BSC created an authentic and super saturated early 1980’s world for CANDY on Hulu. Simon and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, discuss why he chose the Sony Venice and custom tuned lenses to create CANDY and how the look was inspired by William Eggleston and Napoleon Dynamite. We also dive deep into the 1:66…
 
Mike and Brian celebrate their 100th episode by kicking off a brand new miniseries -- this time on the films of 2007! First up: the momentum- and mood-forward "Michael Clayton," a Best Picture-nominated corporate thriller starring George Clooney, Tom Wilkinson and Tilda Swinton. In this centennial episode, Mike and Brian discuss the Oscars' ongoing…
 
Writer and philosopher Daniel Miller joins SOS once more. DC has just returned from an enlightening trip in Mexico where he engaged in Peyote rituals. DC relays us his exploits and discusses the medicinal values of the Peyote cacti. We also discuss Artaud's journeys throughout Mexico, the ego death, the specific metaphysical content of Mexican arti…
 
BRAND BRAND NEW EPISODE! We asked on Facebook what stories you wanted us to talk about on our return and there were some really great ones to choose from but there was one from Martin Bell that stood out to us: "What's going on with Netflix animation?" There's something about this topic that we keep coming back to but with the recent exiting of Phi…
 
BRAND NEW EPISODE! With the "Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers" (2022) movie releasing today on Disney+ here is Rob and I talking about the very first trailer that came out. I know, I know... not exactly fresh, but knowing what we know now about what the next trailer brought and the impending movie review we're going to do it all works out. These first …
 
Here's ep 2 of our 4 ep drop today continuing with this episode from earlier this year published to Patreon (Originally uploaded Feb 19, 2022). We were releasing episodes there exclusively for the last year while dealing with some very busy times which now have cleared up and we can re-enter the fray! We actually recorded this "Masters of the Unive…
 
Here's the start of our 4 ep drop today starting with this episode from last year published to Patreon (Originally uploaded Aug 21, 2021). We were releasing episodes there exclusively for the last year while dealing with some very busy times which now have cleared up and we can re-enter the fray! This episode we reviewed two movies now on Disney+ f…
 
On this week's mini episode, I'm joining you to talk about how you can authentically reach out on social media and get your work seen. I go over some of the things you shouldn't do and offer some tips on what you should be doing to get your work seen by the right people! Free Guide: https://www.ilikeyourworkpodcast.com/socialmedia Join The Works Me…
 
Episode No. 550 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features historian and author Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore and curator Edith Devaney. Gilmore is the author of "Romare Bearden in the Homeland of His Imagination," which was just published by the University of North Carolina Press. The book examines how Bearden's address of his native South -- he was born…
 
Stephanie Weissberg, a curator at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, stopped by to speak with Nancy about the Pulitzer and the current exhibition, Assembly Required. Assembly Required features eight artists whose work invites your active participation. You may build, shape, and use these artworks, collaboratively or on your own. The artists were selecte…
 
Hear more from Amanda and Nicole on Beyond the Studio’s “summer break,” resisting the urge to self-sacrifice for their creative work, the real effects of burnout on artists, prioritizing care over hustle, how to be flexible with yourself and your goals, and keeping long-term sustainability in mind when it comes to building a creative life. Astropad…
 
What was the best movie of 2006? The Academy awarded that title to director Martin Scorsese's "The Departed," but in this series finale episode, Mike and Brian shake things up. They recap the year that was, rank the nominees for Best Picture, kick the ones that don't belong and discuss their personal top fives. www.bestpicturethis.com Want to curat…
 
Charlie J. Meyers is an American artist and curator working in figurative abstraction and portraiture. His work explores intimacy, memory, and the contemporary queer experience. In 2021, Charlie was featured in several magazines including Alien Literary Magazine, Clover and Bee, and The Purposeful Mayonnaise, appeared on the Bold Creatives Collecti…
 
In this episode, we talk to Harriet Waghorn and Kamala Devam about their experience working across different genres of dance. As dancers we often train in streams of dance genres – often there are expected routes mapped out for us and aesthetics we are expected to achieve. It’s therefore refreshing to find artists whose work transcends those divide…
 
Episode No. 549 features artists Aubrey Levinthal and Doron Langberg. Levinthal and Langberg are included in "A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now" at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. The exhibition, which was curated by Ruth Erickson, spotlights painters who are particularly interested in depicting what is near and dear to them, inclu…
 
Hear more from Taili Wu on discovering stop-motion animation, building her portfolio through personal projects, allowing work to come to her by focusing on the work that brings her happiness, collaborating with other independent animators, and the importance of open communication. Astropad Studio — Podcast sponsor, the ultimate iPad app for artists…
 
Cynthia Prost, President and CEO of the Arts and Education Council, stopped by to talk about the organization and their upcoming gala at the Chase on May 23rd. ----- The Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis is a unique asset in our community. The Arts and Education Council is our region's only united arts fund supported by private contri…
 
Ayesha Raees is a poet and hybrid artist based in New York, Miami, and Lahore. In her debut book of poetry, Coining a Wishing Tower, she explores death, grief, culture, religion, separation, and return in a hybrid form that is part poetry, part narrative, part fable, and entirely remarkable. In our conversation, we talked about her book, her writin…
 
Released in between "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight," "The Prestige" stands out as a bold, personal choice for director Christopher Nolan. In this episode, Mike and Brian talk about Nolan's obsession with obsession, magic as a standin for cinema, the all-consuming power of creativity and if Nolan's film about magic and magicians deserves a pla…
 
On this week's mini episode, I'm joining you to talk about why it's important to network and build a community as an artist and how you do it authentically. I go over some different scenarios and ways that you can network that feel comfortable for you so you can get the most out of building a community. Join The Works Membership: https://theworksme…
 
Episode No. 548 features curators Ann Temkin and Stephanie Weissberg. Along with Dorthe Aagesen, Temkin is the co-curate of "Matisse: The Red Studio," an exhibition that investigates Matisse's making of his famed 1911 The Red Studio. The exhibition, which is at the Museum of Modern Art, New York through September 10, features each of the surviving …
 
Hear more from Jen Hewett on aligning her business with her personal values, the willingness to pivot and make big career changes, resisting the hustle mindset and prioritizing care, slow and consistent growth over time as the key to her success, and navigating the worlds of licensing and book publishing. Astropad Studio — Podcast sponsor, the ulti…
 
The boys are joined by poet and novelist Sean Kilpatrick to discuss the state of literature, the cultural shift, the force feeding of Toni Morrison, Darius James, Charlie Rose, the Northman, Fresh, Jim Goad, the Gen X cool girl era, the Depp/Heard defamation case and the end of #MeToo. Soundtrack: Pichismo "Kontrau" 4A DJ Assault "Mr. Muthafukka" H…
 
Claire comes from a long line of artists and she is proud to carry on the family tradition. In this episode, she talks about her travels and how they inspire her to be creative. She explains her desire to be famous and accepted as she is. At Claire’s request, Rachel is providing some audio captioning to help listeners understand Claire’s speech. If…
 
PACHINKO cinematographer Florian Hoffmeister BSC shares how he created one cohesive look to represent multiple decades in Japan and Korea. What cameras and lenses did he choose and why? We discuss it all. Florian and Go Creative Show host, Ben Consoli, talk about the challenges of filming in a language and culture he didn’t understand, why episode …
 
Is "The Departed" Martin Scorsese's best movie? It's the only one of his films that has won Best Picture at the Oscars, and the only one for which he's won for Best Directing. So it's gotta be his best! ... Right? In this episode, Mike and Brian put on bad Bostonian accents to talk identity, machismo, pulpy genre, love triangles, self-seriousness a…
 
Dr. Judy Mann, Senior Curator or European Art to 1800 for the St. Louis Art Museum, stopped by to talk to Nancy about the exhibition, Paintings on Stone: Science and the Sacred 1530–1800. About the Exhibition: In 2000 the Saint Louis Art Museum purchased Cavaliere d’Arpino’s Perseus Rescuing Andromeda, an exceptional painting on lapis lazuli. The a…
 
Amy Sacksteder is an artist and curator whose work explores personal and collective relationships to landscape and artifact. She works across media, most commonly in painting, collage, drawing, cut paper, installation, and ceramics. She has participated in exhibitions nationally and internationally. Recent solo venues include Divisible Projects (Da…
 
In this episode, we talk to Deborah Light and Tom Hobden about building audiences for your work. We make art for people – and if we have no audience, what is the reason for the work? How do we then bring audiences to the work? How do we introduce dance to people who haven’t had an opportunity to discover it? And what do we want of them other than t…
 
Episode No. 547 features artists Leslie Hewitt and Cornell Watson. Hewitt is included in "A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration" at the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson. The exhibition, which was curated by Ryan N. Dennis and Jessica Bell Brown, features newly commissioned work from 12 Black artists that addresses the G…
 
Danyel Smith on her new page-turner, Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop. With a self-described “lust for loud,” Danyel has spent decades as a reporter and editor on the music beat at major publications. This is the book she was born to write, braiding her own stories of ambition, doubt and heartbreak with those of the Black…
 
Hear more from Ash Keating on making massive, environmentally scaled paintings, being resourceful early on in his career, using storytelling to gain community support while working with limited resources, leveraging small opportunities and budgets to create larger ones, and balancing personal and commercial projects when working in public spaces. A…
 
Anahid Nersessian is a professor and critic based in Los Angeles, CA. In her latest book, Keats’s Odes: A Lover’s Discourse, Anahid takes the reader through close readings of John Keats’s six Great Odes, providing cultural context and explicating their themes of sexual violence, melancholy, and the seductiveness of beauty. More than that, though, t…
 
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