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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.
 
Welcome art lovers to the SCHS Visual Art Podcast, where we are equipping creative minds to be artists of many styles and disciplines. We feature guest artist talks and other fun things to guide, inspire, and inform the work you make (or want to make)! This podcast is hosted by Tucker Webb; but most of you probably know him as Mr. Webb. Let's check it out!
 
This podcast is dedicated to empowering you to embrace teaching art with works of art. Each episode will dive deep into different aspects of teaching art - from passionate art teachers sharing their work, to mini trainings on art appreciation strategies that you can use in your classroom, to conversations about the highs and lows that come with being a teacher. Come back each week for an informative interview with an amazing art teacher!
 
Dr Great Art! (Sometimes even with a "?"), Short, Fun, Art History Artecdotes. Through his podcasts and performance-lecture installations, artist and art historian Dr Mark Staff Brandl takes viewers inside visual art and art history. Entertainingly, yet educationally and aesthetically he presents and discusses stimulating tidbits of knowledge from art history. Brandl stands for an understanding of art in which art historical knowledge and aesthetic pleasure merge into a new artistic experience.
 
Visit the art galleries of Nextfest 2018 in Edmonton, ABB and get to know the Visual Artists of the Fest. Visit The Paint Spot (10032 81 Ave), Roots on Whyte (8135 102 St), The Backstage Theatre (10330 84 Ave), The Lobby of the ATB Financial Arts Barns (10330 84 Ave), the outdoors mural at The Varscona Theatre (10329 83 Ave), The Next Act (8224 104 St) and the Strathcona Library (8331 104 St.). Download all seven eps and drop by the galleries as part of Nextfest 2018!
 
Art City is the name of Mary Louise Schumacher's column and online journal about visual art, the urban landscape and design for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. It is also a community of writers, artists, curators, designers and architects, as well as a platform for dialogue. You can expect to hear from some of them on the show.
 
The Mosaic of Art radio show explores the making and distribution of visual art by talking with artists, curators, webmasters, dealers, coaches, publishers, about their creative processes. We go into their studios, offices and galleries, but also into their minds, their memories, travels and stories. The show is for anyone who’s interested in learning how imagination is cultivated and fed and how it translates itself into tangible objects. We talk with creative people around the world who ar ...
 
Lucy Clark, Owner of The Lucy Clark Gallery & Studio, will dive deep into the essence of the artists in her gallery and beyond to find their inspiration and exactly who they are and why they do what they do. If you have ever wondered what drives an artist to create or perhaps you are looking to connect with an artist that you admire, this podcast strives to deliver. Lucy will explore in conversation with other artists just what it means to create and where, down deep, we all want to touch an ...
 
Started in 2008 with a simple premise; the best in art with the best in music while accessing venues not usually open to artists. Mano A Mano Art Shows recognizes that Music and Art go hand in hand as our logo illustrates that point with a hand on a record and a hand with a pencil. Our shows feature dozens of artists of various disciplines all focused on a single theme. Throughout the night DJ Osmose will spin some awesome music while art lovers browse the art on the walls and interact with ...
 
Miha Štrukelj x=0 / y=0 Interference in Process At the Venice Biennale Slovenia will be represented by a project from Miha Štrukelj, conceived as a total artwork and based on four thematic levels and media: painting, wall drawing, drawing and Lego picture. The exhibition deconstructs the picture plane with the aid of the grid as a structural and conceptual basis, where the painting is deconstructed and reconstituted through the disillusioned gaze of the subject. The themes of Štrukelj's a ...
 
Waiting on Reparations is a show about Hip Hop and politics. Hosts Dope Knife, a rapper and visual artist, and Linqua Franqa, hip hop artist and politician, explore the history of public policy and its impacts on Hip Hop life; what Hip Hop culture tells us about our political reality; and the role of Hip Hop in shaping our political future.
 
~life is short, art is long~ Corrie, Nat, Ginny, & Jen discuss all things visual culture *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.
 
Visual Artist Eric R. Wilson BKA Mriamdigital has created his own platform where he expresses his opinions on everyday topics and also a safe haven for others to come and give their insights and opinions as well."Digitally Interrupted" is more than just a podcast it's a place where you can come in and not feel judged nor feel you're being watched. It's just your voice.Every Thursday there will be a NEW topic to discuss. I intend to push the boundaries sometimes. I want everyone to find a rel ...
 
Hey there! On our podcast there's no rules to this thing. We talk about relationships, pop culture, serious hot issue topics, current events and more. Every 5th Wednesday of the month we have a segment called Center Stage an artist spotlight if you will where we interview and introduce to you new artists ( singers, musicians, actors, poets and other creatives) We keep it real every week--join us and let's Kick It.
 
A podcast exploring the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics... We look at what art history and visual culture can tell us about the world around us, and how our everyday interests make us excellent art critics. Hosted by Ferren Gipson.
 
What does it mean to make art history? In the Foreground: Conversations on Art & Writing considers the role of art in society, how knowledge is shared (or obscured), and the way histories are made and unmade—while also considering the personal stakes of scholarship. Each episode offers a lively, in-depth look into the life and mind of a scholar or artist working with art historical or visual material. Discussions touch on guests’ current research projects, career paths, and significant texts ...
 
Join best friends Billy and Topher, a visual effects artist and a cameraman, as they catch up and deep dive on a film they watched that week. With a wealth of film knowledge, a love of cinema, and a humorous style, find out what we've watched this week, and what we thought about it. If you like this podcast, or hate it and us and want to tell us so - You can reach us at wewatchedathing@gmail.com, and find us at http://www.wewatchedathing.com
 
Join international actor Michael Golab, as he interviews the people that make the acting industry, from globally renowned casting directors, to virtual reality innovators and Hollywood’s best visual-effects artists. Through their personal stories, you will hear about their industry journeys, what helped them overcome obstacles, and how they ‘made it’. Michael’s curiosity to listen to and learn from his peers’ stories inspired him to create ‘Behind the Scenes’ to share this collective wisdom, ...
 
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!
 
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Today I talked to Jessica Helfand about her new book Face: A Visual Odyssey (MIT Press, 2019) Helfand is a designer, artist, and author. She’s taught at Yale University for more than 20 years, cofounded Design Observer, and has had additional roles at a variety of institutions ranging from the American Academy in Rome to the California Institute of…
 
Today, I’m here with Jennifer Easterling who is another wonderful staff member of Art Class Curator. She writes lessons for our membership at Curated Connections Library and our curriculums. In this episode, she’s chosen Shirin Neshat’s Rebellious Silence for our conversation which she’s been enraptured with ever since she came across it when looki…
 
Arts advocate Patrick Moore of Montevideo was inspired by Nicole Zempel’s nature photography currently on display at the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council’s gallery in Marshall. Zempel’s up-close photographs of mushrooms, lichen, moss, and slime mold blend science and art in a way that is both familiar and otherworldly. “I just kind of get blown awa…
 
Why are some artists overrated, while some art underrated? Watch this video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ASXbXdZkYHI. This video provides 3 examples of overrated artists, and 3 examples of underrated artists, explaining the specific reasons why these artists receive more, or less attention over time. Discussion led by Art Prof Clara Lieu and Teachi…
 
What's that? A BONUS episode! Yes, it's true. Season 1 might be over, but we're still feeling inspired by all of the artists and creative people who shared their time with us and engaged in super enlightening and wisdom-filled conversations. In this bonus episode, we take clips from each of the 22 episodes in season 1 that highlight the conversatio…
 
The paintings and drawings Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) produced from 1835 to his death are seen by many as his most audacious and compelling work, a highly personal final vision that ranks with the late styles of the greatest artists. In this study, Sam Smiles shows how a richer account of Turner’s achievement can be presented once hi…
 
This week, we look at a much anticipated exhibition, Slavery at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the Netherlands’ national art and history museum and the curators of the exhibition state in the catalogue that the country’s colonial past has been "insufficiently examined in the national history of the Netherlands, including at the Ri…
 
Ahead of next week's Democratic primary for the New York mayor's race, Linqua Franqa and Dope KNife take a look at some of the top candidates for Gotham's highest office and two polar-opposite representations of the Big Apple in Hip Hop-- Nas's NY State of Mind and Jay-Z's Empire State of Mind. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheart…
 
Painter Nancy Ensley of Ely, Minn., recommends a collection traveling across the Iron Range this summer. The Ancient Cedars Trail Exhibit features the work of 12 artists from Duluth and northern Minnesota, including paintings, fiber arts, weaving and bead art. The trail — recently created through the efforts of the Department of Natural Resources, …
 
We had the opportunity to talk to Barbara Bregoli, she is the parent of Danielle Bregoli PKA Bhad Bhabie. She talks about her life as a parent before the fame. We wanted to show the life of a celebrity parent. People always make their own perceptions of what they think they know. Well Ms. Bregoli came to clear that up. Support the show (https://cas…
 
Erin Duncan O’Neill (Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma) speaks with Elizabeth Emery (Professor, Montclair State University) about Emery’s recent book, Reframing Japonisme: Women and the Asian Art Market in Nineteenth-Century France, 1853-1914 (Bloomsbury, 2020). Women figured prominently among the leading collectors and purveyors of Asian…
 
This video explores kitsch art, which is frequently seen as being "low brow" artwork that is for the masses and does not garner respect in the art world. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RrdcQymw_Xk. Is all kitsch artwork inherently in poor taste? Explored are specific examples of kitsch artworks, with commentary on what makes a kits…
 
This week we’re singing and dancing, and dreaming of a better life, all while we discuss the latest musical smash hit ‘In The Heights’. In the Heights is a 2021 American musical drama film based on the stage musical of the same name by Quiara Alegría Hudes and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Directed by Jon M. Chu from a screenplay by Hudes, the film stars Ant…
 
It is almost twenty years since contemporary art took a ‘participation turn’. Now, just about every museum or theatre company has a participation or engagement department. It is nothing short of orthodoxy that one of art’s core roles is to reach out to audiences beyond art institutions - and paradoxically it is often art institutions that mandate t…
 
This video explains & demos how to draw convincing proportions in when drawing the human figure. Techniques for figuring our proportions in the drawing process are explained in detail, as well as the basic anatomical relationships of the largest parts of the human figure. Demo by Art Prof Clara Lieu and Teaching Artist Cat Huang. Support Art Prof o…
 
Not only is late work an annoyance and a far-too-common occurrence, but it also raises a number of questions about how we deal with it in the art room. Should students be punished for turning work in late? How should grades be affected? What are the best ways to motivate students to finish their work? Jenn Russell joins Tim to answer these question…
 
"This week Kimberly spoke with Justyna Kisielewicz, a Polish-born artist who currently lives in the United States. Throughout the conversation, they talk about Justyna's view of America in comparison to Poland and her journey of moving to the states to be a full-time artist. All images courtesy of the artist 00:00 - Podcast Introduction00:36 - Epis…
 
This video explains the anatomical structure of the arm, breaking down the specific bones and muscles. Bones and muscles covered include the humerus, radius, ulna, the brachioradialis, deltoid, biceps, triceps, and more. Also explored is how to apply that anatomical knowledge to your drawings, as well as how arms can be expressive forms and carry p…
 
At the dawn of the 1950s, a promising and dedicated young painter named Helen Frankenthaler, fresh out of college, moved back home to New York City to make her name. By the decade's end, she had succeeded in establishing herself as an important American artist of the postwar period. In the years in between, she made some of the most daring, head-tu…
 
See how to paint birds, step by step using acrylic paints and Photoshop. Techniques explained include how to create a believable effect of textures, how to organize the saturation of the colors, capturing the essential gesture and movement of the bird, and more. Demo by Teaching Artists Lauryn Welch and Jordan McCracken-Foster. Support Art Prof on …
 
This week: two festivals of art. Aimee Dawson talks to Frida Kahlo and Kathe Kollwitz of the Guerrilla Girls about their ongoing activism and their new billboards for Art Night, while Ben Luke discusses Glasgow International with its director, Richard Parry, and then reviews the work in the festival with The Art Newspaper’s contemporary art corresp…
 
A slight departure from the normal guests we invite on this episode of the podcast. Rather than an artist or an art influencer, we are in conversation with visual influencer Niki Brantmark, founder of the phenomenally successful award-winning blog MyScandinavianHome.com and best-selling author of three interior and lifestyle publications. MyScandin…
 
This week, Dope KNife chops it up with leftist activist and battle rapper extrordinaire Soul Khan and discusses the roots and ethics of battle rap culture with cohost Linqua Franqa, reflecting on famous rap battles of history-- Kool Moe Dee vs. Busy Bee, Boogie Down Productions vs. Juice Crew, as examples -- in the closeout. Learn more about your a…
 
Join us this week as we beware the groove, squeak squeaker squeakerson, and “Booyah!” our way down a waterfall, all while discussing the now 20 year old Disney cult-classic ‘The Emperor’s New Groove’ at the demand of a patron of the show. The Emperor's New Groove is a 2000 American animated buddy comedy film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animatio…
 
If you've missed it Kay spoke with visual artist artist Marcie Thomas who went from unexpected artist to owning her own art studio where she sells her paintings. Hear how Marcie discovered her love for painting and check this out--she did not draw growing up. To contact Marcie and/or to purchase her paintings visit marciethomasstudios.com…
 
“It was really powerful to be on the road following her footsteps. It just gave me an incredibly profound respect for her grit.” In the 1930s and ‘40s, photographer Dorothea Lange drove up and down California and across the American West, recording people and their living conditions with her camera and notepad. Eighty years later, poet Tess Taylor …
 
Artwork as opposed to experiment? Engineer versus artist? We often see two different cultural realms separated by impervious walls. But some fifty years ago, the borders between technology and art began to be breached. In Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture (MIT Press, 2020), W. Patrick McCray shows how…
 
In the 1970s, American curator Donna Stein served as an art advisor to Empress Farah Diba Pahlavi, the Shahbanu of Iran. Together, Stein and Pahlavi generated an art market in Iran, as Stein encouraged Pahlavi’s patronage of the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. Today, the contemporary section of the Iranian National Collection―most of which conti…
 
In Another Aesthetics Is Possible: Arts of Rebellion in the Fourth World War (Duke UP, 2021), Jennifer Ponce de León examines the roles that art can play in the collective labour of creating and defending another social reality. Focusing on artists and art collectives in Argentina, Mexico, and the United States, Ponce de León shows how experimental…
 
What do you need to do to become a full-time artist? Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/QMg45ne8NI0. A lot of artists assume that being a full-time artists is a form of artistic validation, when actually it's a lifestyle choice. Is being a full-time artist the right fit for you? Find out in this video why, or why not. Many artists are …
 
This video shows how to transform a reference photo of a person into a monster or caricature! Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Nn5mopuowKY. Techniques in Procreate, acrylic paint are shown here as a means to illustrating these monster and caricature portraits, and approaches to distortion, drawing a range of textures and forms are ex…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Originally adorning a small Greek Orthodox chapel in Cyprus, from 1997 to 2012 these Byzantine frescoes were installed in a specially built s…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Amy Freund (Southern Methodist University) reveals the newly discovered Portrait of a Seated Hunter with His Dogs (1661), which dates to near…
 
Artemisia Gentileschi is by far the most famous woman artist of the premodern era. Her art addressed issues that resonate today, such as sexual violence and women’s problematic relationship to political power. Her powerful paintings with vigorous female protagonists chime with modern audiences, and she is celebrated by feminist critics and scholars…
 
Today we are joined by Martha Moffitt Peacock, Professor of Art History at Brigham Young University about her new book, Heroines, Harpies, and Housewives: Imaging Women of Consequence in the Dutch Golden Age, out in 2020 with Brill. In Heroines, Harpies, and Housewives, Peacock provides a novel interpretive approach to the artistic practice of imag…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Samantha Page (Clark Art Institute) explores how Hung Liu’s painting Migrant Mother (2015) reimagines Dorothea Lange’s iconic Depression-era …
 
This episode from 2019 takes a dive into how we teach drawing. Stan Dodson, art teacher from Augusta, Georgia, joins Tim to talk about how we can encourage kids to take more chances, experiment, and explore in their drawing. Listen as they discuss their favorite drawing projects, ideas for materials and techniques, and the importance of visual jour…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Charles Keiffer (Williams College) recounts the heightened atmosphere of intoxicated conviviality on display in Thomas Patch’s oil painting B…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Joan Kee (University of Michigan) delves into how Chao-Chen Yang’s color photograph Apprehension (c. 1942) captures the feeling of surveillan…
 
"This week Kimberly spoke with William Chan, a New York based artist and United States War Veteran, whose work includes performance interventions and photography. Throughout the conversation we talk about William’s ideologies surrounding communication, compassion, American politics and laughter. All images and documentation courtesy of William Chan…
 
The Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute presents In the Foreground: Object Studies: short meditations that introduce you to a single work of art seen through the eyes of an art historian. Jordan Horton (Williams College) explores how Romare Bearden’s collage The Dove (1964) plays with fragmented forms to visually evoke the “bro…
 
In his pioneering study, Men in Metal: A Topography of Public Bronze Statuary in Modern Japan (Brill, 2020), Sven Saaler examines Japanese public statuary as a central site of historical memory from its beginnings in the Meiji period through the twenty-first century. Saaler shows how the elites of the modern Japanese nation-state went about constru…
 
In his follow-up to the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Metaphysical Club, acclaimed scholar and critic Louis Menand, Professor of English at Harvard University and staff writer at The New Yorker, offers a new intellectual and cultural history of the postwar years. The Cold War was not just a contest of power. It was also about ideas, in the broadest se…
 
Today’s episode is a recording of a webinar I did recently with Kris Bakke at Nasco Education. I talk all about social emotional learning, it’s importance, and how we accomplish that in the art room through working with works of art. In the process, I use a Molly Crabapple portrait as part of an exercise for the webinar group and give an overview o…
 
Whether working in oil, pastel, or encaustic, Robin Thornhill’s atmospheric paintings evoke a sense of stability and peace. Strongly influenced by John Singer Sargent, the tactile quality of her work makes the timeless beauty of the New England landscape substantially present. “There is so much chaos in the world that people forget to look for beau…
 
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