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From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. An award-winning podcast hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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.
 
What up Art World! Are you an artist? Do you like art? Are you new and interested in learning about art without any judgement? Do you have a friend or significant other that likes art and you just need help getting into it? Well then this is the podcast for you! Sit down and listen to Miss Art World and guests as they navigate this world. They discuss popular trends, interview artists, critique local and national pieces.
 
The NOT REAL ART podcast celebrates creative culture and the artists who make it. NOT REAL ART is fresh, fun and inspiring. It contains material not suitable for pretentious art snobs. Guests include the world-class artists, designers and creatives who drive the $2T creative economy. NOT REAL ART is hosted by L.A. based art world insiders Man One and Sourdough who bring their devil-may-care attitude to discussing their mutual love — and hate — for the contemporary art world, creative culture ...
 
Art Condition will be interviewing industry experts, freelance professionals and serious hobbyists to discuss a wide variety of art related topics with a focus on the practice and the business of art, and how we can maintain mental health and well being in the face of all the challenges that artists must confront. Our hope is to expand the pool of resources and information for artists as well as inform (and entertain!) consumers and aficionados who may benefit from learning more about the in ...
 
The topic of art is usually presented using a highly academic approach. Art, however, is meant to embrace and welcome, motivate and stimulate, and every once in a while, challenge one’s sensibilities. These fascinating aspects that should be informative, educative and entertaining in equal measure have hitherto been sidelined. To tackle this, host Arvind Vijaymohan, CEO www.arteryindia.com, through ‘Art of the Matter’ aims to make the art world more accessible, offering a genuine insider’s p ...
 
A revolution is underway in the art world, and this podcast focuses on the democratization of art. The art market is the last opaque global market out there. It is hard to break in, and a small group of people and companies are acting as gate keepers, keeping artists and collectors out. Both are looking for an opportunity to connect, buy, sell, and collaborate. Open Art Source is building the De Facto Art Blockchain. Each podcast features an interview, giving listeners an inside glimpse into ...
 
Explore Modern Art history including Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, and other key Modernist art movements. Join artist and educator Klaire Lockheart as she examines famous artists and artwork through a 21st century intersectional feminist lens. Whether you’re an artist, student, or patron of the arts, you will hopefully learn something new about Modern Art.
 
Art Goes ON is a podcast featuring artists, curators, gallery owners and many others on how they keep the Art World running. Here they share their current vision of the world through the lens of art. Hosted by Pierre de Montesquiou and produced by ourchoices.co As we try to make this show interactive subscribe to our instagram account https://www.instagram.com/askartgoeson/ where you’ll be able to ask questions to upcoming guests.
 
A podcast about the conflict and contradiction between art and capitalism. How are individual artists misrepresented by the drive to profit from their image? How does the art world turn creativity into profit? How is literature manipulated to create a status quo narrative?We discuss art, literature, music, film, and more forms of human expression and how they resist capitalism.
 
The world as we knew it is undergoing a rapid transformation…so what's next? Welcome to WorldAffairs, your guide to a changing world. We give you the context you need to navigate across borders and ideologies. Through sound-rich stories and in-depth interviews, we break down what it means to be a global citizen on a hot, crowded planet. Our hosts, Ray Suarez, Teresa Cotsirilos and Philip Yun help you make sense of an uncertain world, one story at a time.
 
Go inside the minds of the world’s best directors, musicians, actors, and more. The architects of art — visionaries who shape the world around us with their art. Hosted by world-renowned video creators Taj Critchlow, Director X, and Karena Evans who have collaborated with everyone from Drake, Ariana Grande, Coldplay, Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, and many more. Learn what inspires and challenges some of the most creative artistic minds on the planet.
 
Art Smitten is SYN's weekly guide to arts, culture and entertainment in Australia and around the world. With a focus on youth and emerging arts, we're here to showcase culture ahead of the curve. From our base in Melbourne, contributors interview, review, and cover the very best of what the world’s second-most liveable city has to offer. Whether it's film, fashion, photography or Fauvism you're into, Art Smitten is the place! Art Smitten broadcasts on SYN 90.7FM on Wednesdays from 4-6 pm. Th ...
 
Join Rebekah Jane and guests as we explore what it means to make connections through creativity. We dive deep into personal growth, creativity, inclusion, education, mental health, entrepreneurship, connection, community and how we can make a positive impact. Your host, Rebekah Jane, is the founder of Rebekah Jane Art, a community director, creating and helping others create radical change in their community, with a love of living a creative life, through joy, growth and making a positive im ...
 
Join us Between the Worlds as we discuss tarot, psychology, mythology, pop culture, witchcraft, magic, art, and history with host Amanda Yates Garcia and a series of special guests. Music and production by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs. (Looking for the podcast Strange Magic? You can find those episodes here as well. Just scroll down, Strange Magic episodes begin with the acronym SM. If you'd like to read our statement on the end of that podcast, please see the show notes of episode BTW 28: Ace ...
 
Broadcaster Mark Wigmore hosts the new podcast, "Art at the End of the World". Enjoy long-form conversations with fascinating personalities who have helped to shape culture, while learning how they work within, and interpret our changing times. Artists, entertainers, and innovators speak to their life experience and craft while reflecting on what it is to make and curate art in the current political and cultural climate. Season 2 will welcome neo-classical phenomenon Alexandra Streliski, fil ...
 
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The ancient sculptures were works from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, and Greece, given that history associates these countries as the origin of their most famous sculptures. We will provide an in-depth analysis of ancient sculptures from these regions and their purpose. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post …
 
Introducing MX Art World New York @hc_huynh http://www.hcthuynh.com/...✨out of the depths of the ocean your new esteemed being MX Art World New York emerges ✨"I'm honored and excited to join @missartworld & @klairelockheart in expanding the Miss Art World family. 💫" @hc_huynh----------on the color blue:"The world is blue at its edges and in its dep…
 
In this episode of The World in Time, Lewis H. Lapham and Philip Hoare discuss Albrecht Dürer’s brilliance, what his art meant to people throughout history, and the centuries-long ubiquity of his woodcut of a rhinoceros—an animal the artist had never seen.Lewis H. Lapham speaks with Philip Hoare, author of “Albert and the Whale: Albrecht Dürer and …
 
For more information about the Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men exhibition, please visit the Cincinnati Art Museum's website. Show Notes: 04:00 Inspiration for Paintings, Politics and the Monuments Men: The Berlin Masterpieces in America 05:15 How issues surrounding post-WWII exhibition of Berlin 202 are addressed 07:50 Prizes of war or pr…
 
Art and Labor is joined by members of the union-to-be of Baltimore’s Walters Art Museum, the Walters Workers United! OK and Lucia interview Ruby, Garrett, and Allison (who we unfortunately lost connection with!) about their path towards worker organization- from your standard total mismanagement of COVID in 2020 to toxic fumes passing staff out; de…
 
This week: as a tribunal in London hears of human rights atrocities against the Uyghur community and other Muslim groups in China, how will museums, galleries and other cultural institutions working with government-supported institutions in China respond? We talk to The Art Newspaper’s editor-at-large Cristina Ruiz, who has heard many hours of dist…
 
Riz Ahmed's acting and music careers have always gone hand-in-hand. And in his new film "Mogul Mowgli," which he co-wrote, the two art forms collide, with a story that hits close to home. Amna Nawaz speaks to Ahmed about his upcoming films, increasing Muslim representation in Hollywood and 9/11's lasting impact on Muslims 20 years later. PBS NewsHo…
 
Episode 55: Goodbye to Happily Ever After, and Epcot Forever We went to WDW for one last viewing of Happily Ever After and Epcot Forever. We had dinner at Grand Floridian Café, drinks at Enchanted Rose, and a really good night. Plus news and discussion. Intro Music: Strength Of The Titans by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song…
 
In this episode, we’ll tackle Deep Sniff: A History of Poppers and Queer Futures by Adam Zmith. In his first book, Zmith blends historical research with wry observation to tell the story of how amyl nitrites wafted out of the lab and into gay bars, corner shops and bedrooms. Zmith leads readers through the 19th century discovery of nitrites as an a…
 
Pentacles are about solutions, and this card is all about dealing with the enormity, sensuality, eroticism, ripeness, and the full glory of our presence. So says our special guest today, the grown ass witch, Angela Mary Magick. This card appears when we’re ready to admit wild truths about ourselves, when we need to get big enough to hold the pointy…
 
Paul Lowe Was born and raised in Oslo Norway where he spent his childhood cooking and crafting with his Grandmother. Paul worked as a food and prop stylist all over Europe before settling in NYC 15 years ago. Paul's love of ceramics started 7 years ago after taking a class.... It was love at first slab. Paul describes his style as heavily influence…
 
This is the second episode in a series of Everyday Art Room podcasts that explore the national standards. Today, Nic gets a variety of voices to come on the show to talk about the Respond standard. Listen as they discuss how students can meet the Respond standard, the numerous activities that can be done in the art room to help students respond to …
 
Jeffrey Brown has the story of prominent poet Rita Dove confronting private pains and public strains; home and history. This report on her book, "Playlist for the Apocalypse," is part of our arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersOleh PBS NewsHour
 
Worldbuilding can lead an author to generate a lot of fun ideas. But how do you figure out which of those ideas can actually be integrated into your story? Is there an upper limit on how many shiny notions the weight of the narrative will bear? In this episode, we discuss the balance in worldbuilding, as well as discussing how that balance is diffe…
 
Taj and Dean welcome Kajal — an exciting new voice in filmmaking. Growing up being influenced by Bollywood and her grandfather (an aspiring filmmaker himself) Kajal got her start working at Complex where she quickly found success directing a documentary on the then-nascent Billie Eilish. In 2020 she had her breakthrough moment, directing the video …
 
Yayoi Kusama is probably one of the most popular living artists in the world. Her works are well recognized across all sectors of society, and #yayoikusama is consistently trending on Instagram. Fans queue for hours to snap a selfie against the backdrop of her dazzling installations, but few bother to delve into the history or personal background o…
 
Katz acknowledged and then rejected abstract expressionism and developed his style. He has been called the “artist of the immediate.” Katz himself says he paints “The Artifacts of Culture,” and his work lies in the immediate present. He is an extraordinarily prolific artist and is best known for his portraits, landscapes, and floral paintings; many…
 
Rebecca McClure is a ceramic artist from Victoria, British Columbia in Canada, the territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples. She began working with clay in 1991, but previously studied art education, theatre design, and art history at the University of Calgary. Rebecca creates work with a modern vibe, using classic forms, stark contrasts, and vibrant col…
 
New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) has restored and preserved the 1982 horror 'cult' film Basket Case, and it's now part of the museum's permanent collection. Take a listen as sculptor Kevin VanHentenryck (who played the film's lead) describes inspiration and crossroads within the arts, continuing with his love of stone carving while drawn into…
 
Banksy is the pseudonym used by the well-known UK-based street artist, though his identity remains a mystery. Banksy's distinctive style is known by the stenciled graffiti artworks that appear unannounced, typically in public places, often depicting figures integrated into the physical environment and addressing political and social themes. Banksy …
 
Just weeks after the assassination of Haiti’s president, the island nation was rocked by a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. More powerful than the deadly 2010 earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people, the 2021 quake hit a remote part of Haiti, but it still killed more than 2,000 people and destroyed tens of thousands of homes. We start with an audi…
 
To explore art's role in revolutionary times, I spoke to Poet Wendy Trevino. We discuss her work as a poet and organizer, her critiques of ivory tower poets and magazines, and what we all can do as artists to stoke the social movements needed to save the world. She's also kind enough to share one of her poems. For more with Wendy, please check her …
 
Every wall, street corner, building, or any flat surface in public places is the canvas of street artists. Street Art is more than an artistic expression or a movement. It is an essential part of contemporary art. Street art is typical in urban areas. It is somewhat connected to graffiti but is not limited to spray paint. People leaving their mark …
 
To learn more, please visit MARI's website. Show Notes 4:00 German culture of memory 5:00 MARI-first collaboration between German public institutions and Holocaust victims 7:00 Historical question addressed about Rudolph Mosse as art lover 8:50 location of objects related to politicians and individuals in culture scene of Mosse’s day 11:00 Hanns Fe…
 
Show Subjects; Chili’s now has WiFi once again so you can watch our show while you eat! Scott has rescued a 6 month old kitten that has just had kittens. Steve talks about Crypto. Funguy The Entertainer has the positive message of the day. Steve can’t wait to feel those soft robotic hands, as long as they don’t leak all over him. Blue Origin Sues G…
 
With memories of Sept. 11, 2001 fading for some, and images of that day unknown to a younger generation, the Smithsonian Institution is working at piecing together history object by object. William Brangham takes a behind-the-scenes look as part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/ab…
 
Today we are excited to have Jon Morris on the Podcast to discuss “Art In The Public Realm.” He talks with Jon about his journey growing up in rural Berea, Kentucky to acting in Hollywood founding The Windmill Factory in 2009 in Brooklyn NY. Jon is a conceptual artist who creates multilayered installations, performances, and experiences with the ex…
 
Episode 54: Check out that hat! We go to EPCOT for the AP “Squeak” Preview of Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. We share a (mostly) spoiler free review of the newest attraction at Walt Disney World. We review Trattoria al Forno, and La Creperie, plus visit some new, and some old favorite, stops at the Food and Wine Fesival. Plus news and more, on this …
 
Content warning right at the top we talk about heavy stuff like addiction and sexual abuse, but also this conversation is really funny like an episode of Stella comprised of three art freaks instead. Please follow Caroline (@sticesticestice) and stream Stice for clear skin. Did you know? Your favorite artist’s former girlfriend probably makes amazi…
 
Pop Art is a colorful and exciting art movement. It made its appearance in the US and the UK in the 1950s. It is the most well-known development in the Arts of the 20th century. When Pop Art first entered the artistic scene, it was considered shocking and radical. It was the complete opposite of abstract expressionism that came immediately before i…
 
As a huge survey of contemporary painting opens at the Hayward Gallery in London, we ask: is the time-honoured medium of painting the art form best suited to exploring the complexity of our age? We look at the thriving and diverse contemporary painting scene in the UK and explore the Hayward director Ralph Rugoff’s suggestion that this ancient medi…
 
From street graffiti artist to a self-taught, modern expressionist, Jean-Michel Basquiat lived a dramatic, chaotic, and brilliant life as his paintings. He was a modern polymath. His passion was painting, but he was also a musician and an actor. He was convinced from a very young age that he would be famous, that he would be someone special, but at…
 
One of the most famous artists of his time, and perhaps of all times, Andy Warhol managed to blur the lines between high art and popular culture, artist and celebrity. He is responsible for some of the most iconic images of the 20th century. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links.…
 
Born Magdalena Carmen Freida Kahlo y Calderon in Mexico City in 1907, Frieda became one of Mexico’s greatest artists. Perhaps the world’s most famous female artist, Frida Kahlo’s image is recognized throughout the world. You’ll find her distinguishable image on notebooks, t-shirts, mugs, and tea towels all over the world. Through her paintings, she…
 
Today we’re talking about the 8 of Pentacles, all about mastering your craft and makin’ those coins. When the 8 of Pents comes up, you’re being called to know your craft so well, to be so confident in it, that you can innovate. You’re not checking to see what other people are doing or if you’re getting it right. You’re paying attention to the mater…
 
Aba Hutchison is a new potter/ceramicist who has been studying the craft for a year and a half under Jonathan Williams of Rock Hill Pottery Center. Before Aba studied ceramics, she focused mainly on portraiture which has a strong influence on her style, featuring several freehand sgraffito or glaze pencil portraits. Aba also designs section plates …
 
This is the first episode in a series of upcoming podcasts exploring the national standards, and today, Janet Taylor joins Nic to talk about the Create standard. Listen as they discuss when and why the standards changed, how we can break them down, and why your teaching probably lends itself to meeting the standards more than you might think. Resou…
 
For many, summer is a time to enjoy the sea -- beachcombing and serenity. Special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston guides us through a new exhibition that shows the powerful place oceans have played in American art with much more to explore on the horizon. The story is part of NewsHour's arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is suppo…
 
Have you ever wondered how certain people and companies achieve larger-than-life status? Well, today’s guest has some theories about what legends are made of, with empirical evidence to back them up! International brand consultant Gair Maxwell has worked with some of the world’s most dynamic organizations, including Apple, Caterpillar, NAPA, and Vi…
 
Tarragon Smith was born and raised in Canada, but is currently living in the UK. Tarragon's background is in fine art with a BFA and MA in fine art. Through a natural progression Tarragon has moved into ceramics and makes esoteric functional ware and non-functional ware. Tarragon also teaches adult evening classes.…
 
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