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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2022 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram: @artcuriouspod // Find us on Fireside
 
The Sculptor's Funeral is the only podcast dedicated to figurative sculptors living and working today. Art history, tech talk, news, and interviews for the figurative sculptor working in the Western European tradition of figurative sculpture, along with a social media forum and listener mail/questions/comments make this podcast required listening for any sculptor who knows the Fine Arts aren't dead, they just smell a little funny.
 
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Museum Masters

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Museum Masters

Mary Akemon & Allison Kopplin

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Welcome to Museum Masters! The one and only Podcast all about museums, museum studies, and museology from a fresh perspective! Our hosts are Mary Akemon and Allison Kopplin- two Americans trying to navigate the world as museum professionals. Listen in to learn about the tried and true topics to the contemporary themes of museum studies!
 
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Peopling the Past

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Peopling the Past

Chelsea A.M. Gardner, Carolyn Laferrière, Melissa Funke

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Join host Dr. Chelsea Gardner and co-hosts Dr. Carolyn Laferièrre and Dr. Melissa Funke for a journey through under-explored aspects of archaeology, history, and everyday life in the ancient Mediterranean. Every week we feature an expert whose cutting-edge research sheds light on the real people who lived in ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, and beyond. Follow us on Twitter @peoplingthepast with the #peoplingpodcast, on Instagram and Facebook @peoplingthepast, and on our website peoplingthepast.com.
 
Art History doesn't have to be dull and boring! Let your kids and teens learn about the different art eras and get to "know" some of the famous artists, by joining veteran homeschool mom and artist, Alisha Gratehouse, and her daughter, Olivia, on a FUN, artsy tour across the centuries as we peek into the lives of some of the most creative minds of all time! Perfect for homeschool morning time, car-schooling or as a complement to your in-depth art study.
 
Home to a rich collection of more than 30,000 works of art, and just as many stories, the Milwaukee Art Museum is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Whether we're focusing on works in the Collection, traveling exhibitions, or the history of the institution, we're ready to tell them. For more information about the Museum, the art, or the behind the scenes, visit mam.org.
 
John Eliot Gardiner, Founder and Artistic Director of the Monteverdi Choir & Orchestras, presents eight podcasts that explore Monteverdi’s role at the centre of seismic shifts and tumultuous advances in all the arts and sciences during the early 1600s, spearheaded by his contemporaries - Galileo, Kepler, Bacon, Shakespeare, Caravaggio and Rubens. With the help of specially recorded musical illustrations and a handpicked team of experts, Gardiner guides listeners through an in-depth investiga ...
 
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Art Sistory

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Brandi and Danni Lin

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Brandi and Danni are two sisters who just happen to be dead inside. With no fulfilling careers, longtime relationships, or children, they turn to the only thing promised to give them a feeling: art. Every week, Brandi and Danni will get face to face with art, discuss the wack history behind it, and evaluate its life-giving powers. Join us on Art Sistory, where two sisters put art to the ultimate test: can it make you feel alive? If you listen in, maybe you will feel just a little less dead i ...
 
Pandemics, violent eruptions, city sackings, egomaniac emperors. Sound familiar? History always repeats itself. Archaeologist host Darius Arya Digs goes back 2000 years to uncover elements of Ancient Rome & its expansive Empire. On location from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace of Split. Episodes drop each Monday!
 
Collision Podcast - Where Art, History & Music Collide with your Host, Sharon Fitzgerald, MA | Los Angeles Episode Guide: Ep. 10 D-Day Live from Omaha Beach Ep. 3-9: Game of Thrones Ep. 2: The Birth of Modern Art Ep. 1: Introduction Ep.10: D-Day - Live from Omaha Beach for the 75th Anniversary of the WW2 Normandy Beach Invasion. Join your Host, Sharon Fitzgerald, MA, as she treks through the WW2 Normandy Beaches and battlegrounds and interviews local historians. Photos, maps, links and Sharo ...
 
Art is more than a creative outlet or something to study in art history. Art is a catalyst for self-improvement, a tool for understanding the human spirit, and a way to find your path. Through reflections, art conversations, and in-depth explorations of artworks, this podcast might just change your life. Join your host, Cindy Ingram—the founder of Art Class Curator, the Curated Connections Library, and the Art Connection Circle—as she explores the life connections waiting to be discovered in ...
 
Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instan ...
 
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In the final episode of ‘The Root of the Matter’, JC takes us to the least human habitat of all – the wasteland. It’s a space which often fills us with a sense of foreboding and yet, these places teach us some of the most profound lessons about the plant world and our relationship to it: Author of Islands of Abandonment: Life in the post-human land…
 
I’ve got a great interview for you today— this time, I’m featuring a conversation with Eden Collinsworth on her fascinating book, What the Ermine Saw: The Extraordinary Journey of Leonardo da Vinci's Most Mysterious Portrait. This extraordinary work of narrative non-fiction traces the remarkable history of Leonardo da Vinci’s enigmatic portrait: Th…
 
This is ArtCurious News this Week, our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is August 12, 2022. This week’s stories: Horniman Museum & Gardens: Horniman to return ownership of Benin bronzes to Nigeria NBC News: Woman swindled elderly mother out of art worth $140M using ‘psychics’ who c…
 
What does the word ‘wetland’ mean to you? Many of us don’t encounter them at all, and at best we might think of a muddy, boggy marshland. But these landscapes, and the plants that thrive in them, are crucial for ecological health, biodiversity, and capturing carbon. In this episode, JC and her contributors invite you to see these misunderstood spac…
 
This is ArtCurious News this Week, our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. Today is August 5, 2022. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts and FOLLOW on Spotify Instagram / Facebook / YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
We think of forests and woodlands as wild spaces, or areas where we can lose ourselves in nature, and yet they also provide us with a wealth of resources such as food, building materials, or medicines. But they are also globally under threat of destruction… In this episode, JC delves into the contradictions in our relationship with woodlands, and e…
 
We’re back on ArtCurious with another great interview episode for you today. I recently enjoyed a conversation with the acclaimed art historian, critic, and author Ruth Millington, all about her new book, Muse: Uncovering the Hidden Figures Behind Art History’s Masterpieces . Muse follows the fascinating true stories of thirty incredible muses—and …
 
Hi there, everyone. It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this, as a gentle reminder, is in addition to the ArtCurious episodes you know and love and gets you up to date on the latest goings-…
 
Fruit and veg are a clear link to our relationship to the plant world. Yet many of us have little understanding of the farming industry and the impacts it has on our planet, in bringing crops to our plates.In this episode, JC untangles the knots of these complex global food systems - and focuses on a grain that is central to many of our diets, whea…
 
In Season 11 of ArtCurious, we’re highlighting the lives and work of the women who supported some of the world’s favorite artists. Today, for our season finale, we’re discussing Gertrude Stein, a writer and art collector whose world-famous Paris salon was a meeting place for several giants of Modernism: Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Suzanne Valadon…
 
Huntington was a prolific American sculptor in the early 20th century, but her greatest legacy may be the extensive and unique sculpture park she built, the first of its kind in the United States. Listen here to learn about the past and future of Brookgreen Garden; with interviews with Bryan Rapp and Robin Salmon.…
 
Gardens are hugely personal, they are an extension of how we see ourselves and how we are in the world. They can also be a strong reminder of what is excluded as much as what is included. In this episode JC asks, what does the Garden reveal about the way we relate to the natural world and to each other? Writer and grower Claire Ratinon explores col…
 
Hi there, everyone. It’s Jennifer, ArtCurious host, back at you this week with our new short-form Friday roundup of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is ArtCurious News this Week, and this, as a gentle reminder, is in addition to the ArtCurious episodes you know and love and gets you up to date on the latest goings-…
 
There’s a phrase in the French language that goes, “Cherchez la femme.” In translation, it means “find the woman,” or “look for the woman,” and typically it’s derogatory, a phrase used as an explanation for the reasons why a man may be behaving badly. Cherchez la femme, some say, meaning that “woman troubles” are assumed to be at the core of any ma…
 
Hi there, everyone. It’s Jennifer, your friendly art history podcast purveyor. And I wanted to try something new this summer. I’m going to be releasing short-form, super-casual episodes every Friday to share some of my favorite art history updates and interesting news tidbits. This is in addition to the ArtCurious episodes you know and love and get…
 
Countless faces of real people survive in ancient portraiture, but how often do we know their names, or anything about their lives? In this episode, Dr. Judith Swaddling joins Melissa and Chelsea to talk about Seianti Hanunia Tlesnasa, an Etruscan woman who lived over 2000 years ago in Italy. Seianti is an incredible person to get to know, since we…
 
This season on ArtCurious, we're highlighting the lives and work of the women who supported some of the world’s favorite artists. Today, you know her face, but you might not know her name, or much about her life—meet Anna Whistler, the mother of American painter James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts a…
 
Great walls of fire! We’re coolin’ with the director of The Latent Space / master of mediums, practicing artist Kalan Strauss. We’re talkin’ Los Angeles, manifesting, Lucky the Three Legged Dog, art on the blockchain, purple disco balls, Mike Talayna’s Jukebox and Pizza Open Until 3 AM (now closed), Hollywood, soap operas, and how Strauss’ expansiv…
 
What can we say about Boudicca, one of the most famous women from the ancient world? Who was she, and was she even real? Why is she still so important to us today? Listen in as Dr. Caitlin Gillespie joins Chelsea and Melissa to discuss what we (think we) know about this powerful resistance fighter and how her actions against the imperial Roman army…
 
Want a cool, fun, and funny book about art? How about one about Buddhism? Just want a great read? You’ve got all of it covered with Look, Look, Look, Look, Look Again: Buddhist Wisdom Reflected in 26 Artists. In this book, Kevin Townley leads you to, invites you in, and sometimes springs upon you, the perennial wisdom in the worlds of artists from …
 
What does it mean to be a "free woman" in the ancient Mediterranean world? Listen in as our guest, Dr. Stephanie Budin, joins Chelsea and Melissa to discuss women who lived outside of the traditional confines of the patriarchy and who were not under the direct control of a man. Dr. Budin, a historian and expert in ancient religion and sexuality, te…
 
There’s a phrase in the French language that goes, “Cherchez la femme.” In translation, it means “find the woman,” or “look for the woman,” and typically it’s derogatory, a phrase used as an explanation for the reasons why a man may be behaving badly. Cherchez la femme, some say, meaning that “woman troubles” are assumed to be at the core of any ma…
 
In today's episode, our featured guest Dr. Tara Mulder tells us all about the oldest profession in the world: midwifery! Listen in on a discussion between Dr. Mulder and hosts Dr. Chelsea Gardner and Dr. Melissa Funke that covers the sights, sounds, smells, and experiences of childbirth in ancient Rome, from the perspective of professional midwives…
 
Welcome to the first ever LIVE episode of Peopling the Past! Join our featured expert, Dr. Natalie Swain, and hosts Drs. Chelsea Gardner and Melissa Funke, for the premiere of our season on Women in the Ancient Mediterranean. Dr. Swain is an expert on the reception of Classics in modern comics and during this episode we discuss how ancient women, b…
 
There’s a phrase in the French language that goes, “Cherchez la femme.” In translation, it means “find the woman,” or “look for the woman,” and typically it’s derogatory, a phrase used as an explanation for the reasons why a man may be behaving badly. Cherchez la femme, some say, meaning that “woman troubles” are assumed to be at the core of any ma…
 
What a great conversation I had recently with John Higgs about his new book, William Blake vs the World! Poet, artist, and visionary, William Blake is an archetypal misunderstood genius. His life passed without recognition, and he worked without reward, often mocked, dismissed and misinterpreted. Yet from his ignoble end in a pauper’s grave, Blake …
 
Welcome, ArtCurious listeners, to our bonus series, A Little Curious. A Little Curious provides you with short and sweet bonus content about art history in between our normal episodes, and a couple of times in the middle of Season 11, I’ll pop in here to share some shorter stories about some other amazing women who worked to spread the love of art.…
 
Peopling the Past Podcast is BACK for a third season on a very exciting topic: Women in the Ancient Mediterranean! Join your hosts Dr. Chelsea Gardner and Dr. Melissa Funke for an introduction to SEASON THREE of the Peopling the Past podcast! This season, listeners will hear about real women from all over the ancient Mediterranean world, from Brita…
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! This fifth and last part explores the years after the end of the golden age and how it continued to influences depictions of fairytales and children's stories. twitter …
 
There’s a phrase in the French language that goes, “Cherchez la femme.” In translation, it means “find the woman,” or “look for the woman,” and typically it’s derogatory, a phrase used as an explanation for the reasons why a man may be behaving badly. Cherchez la femme, some say, meaning that “woman troubles” are assumed to be at the core of any ma…
 
Welcome to Esthercom!!! Anything is possible with the neon queen… the incredible Brooklyn based sculptor Esther Ruiz. She traveled ACROSS THE COUNTRY to come cool with us for the opening of her site specific solo show Hall of Exits, at Monaco - organized by our very own, Nick Schleicher. We’re talking Turrel, Space Opera Suzukis, the glory days of …
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! This fourth part dives into the enchanted world of the illustrated fairytales of the late 19th century and early 20th century 💖 twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon:…
 
Recently I interviewed art historian, curator, and museum director Barbara Bloemink, who shared the backstory of one of the most fascinating artists of the early 20th century: American artist Florine Stettheimer. Florine Stettheimer was a feminist, multi-media artist who documented New York City’s growth as the center of cultural life, finance, and…
 
Hi everyone! We’ve got a few brief announcements for you. Here’s the quick recap of today’s episode: Season 11 is coming on April 18! Subscribe and don’t miss it. We’re doing virtual and in-person events this summer and fall. Email me or connect with me on social media with your venue suggestions, and/or tag or contact your favorite venue on social…
 
Hi listeners! If you’re into art and into movies, then I’ve got a special treat for you. I recently featured on a bonus episode, “The Pickup Shot,” for the Subgenre podcast, hosted by Josh Dasal (and truth be told, if the name wasn’t a dead giveaway: he’s my husband). In this episode, we chat about all the art in one of the artsiest films of the pa…
 
OMG!!! The dog ate my bacteria!!! This week, we’re wiggin out over visual artist / young mad scientist Connor Dolan. This week, we’re coolin with our youngest, most daring guest, who has somehow found a way to obtain yellowcake uranium as an unemployed college student… Visual artist Connor Dolan is galavanting around the mines of Missouri, breaking…
 
I recently had the good fortune to chat with Claudia Fontaine Chidester, whose latest book, Trusted Eye: Post-World War II Adventures of a Fearless Art Advocate, is available now. Trusted Eye is a compelling narrative of an American wife and mother finding her place amid the rubble of war-torn Germany. Virginia Fontaine fought continually for recog…
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! This third part dives into the way art nouveau and art déco shaped the world of mass media in the early 20th century twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.co…
 
Call her mother. We’re kicking off season three with Kalaija Mallery - everyone’s favorite organizer, artist, and metaphorical mother hen. Holy freaking smokes, it’s szn 3 and we are spillin’ tea and other beverages with everyone’s art mom, Kalaija Mallery. Kalaija is a practicing artist, gallery manager at The Luminary, exhibition photographer, cr…
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. In this conversation from January 2022, I spoke with Lilianne Milgrom, a Paris-born, internationally acclaimed artist and award-winning author. She holds two degrees from Melbourne Un…
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. In this conversation from early January, I spoke with professor Jeffrey H. Jackson to discuss his latest book, Paper Bullets, about the incredible artists Claude Cahun and Marcel Moor…
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! This second part dives into the world of black and white print, decadence and aestheticism. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Esc…
 
In the final episode of our podcast, Bidisha takes us on a journey through the highest of highs, from nightclubbing and the ecstasies of religion and drugs, to mania. Artist Harold Offeh shares his personal take on the connections between movement, music and bodies. Annie Macmanus (‘DJ Annie Mac’) speaks about the power of nightclubbing, how ecstas…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: are there hidden messages in Leonardo's The Last Supper? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts and FO…
 
Last week, I had a fascinating conversation with Madalyn Gregory discussing Gustav Klimt’s Death and Life. I left that conversation so excited, only to discover that we weren’t done yet. Even after going off the air, we kept talking about it and realized we missed a lot of important things. So we decided to do a follow-up conversation to share even…
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Today, I’m excited to try a brand new type of episode where I have art conversations with other people and talk about favorite pieces of art, personal connections to art, and what drew us to the world of art. For my first guest, I’ve brought on one of my best friends for the last 10+ years, organizer for all things at Art Class Curator and brillian…
 
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