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Avery Trufelman explores stories of people who tried to design a better world — and what happens when those designs don’t go according to plan. Season one, Utopian, is about the perpetual search for the perfect place. From Curbed and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
~life is short, art is long~ *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.
 
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.
 
A podcast about creative people and their lives. Each week our host Craig Parkinson sits down for a chat with an actor, musician, artist, writer, chef, DJ or other creative soul to discuss what makes them tick. Sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious, always insightful. New episodes every Thursday morning. Support this podcast at patreon.com/twoshotpod
 
From art lovers to art haters to art-is-just-okay-ers, Art History for All aims to get all kinds of people thinking about art and what it means to them. Each episode, Allyson Healey tackles a single work of art and its history and larger significance, always asking the question: so what? Art History for All takes you beyond the art historical canon and helps you find the way in which art speaks to you (even if it's never spoken to you before)
 
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.
 
In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Our format varies week to week, with a healthy mix of teaching, listener Q and A, roundtable discussions, and interviews with everyday scrapbookers. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper an ...
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
This podcast is about being present. It is also about playful creativity and other things like curiosity, connection, happy colors and dark chocolate. I’m your host Stacy Julian. I am a life enthusiast with a Library of Memories and this is where we talk about people, places, things and solutions—as we do I hope you will find inspiration for living your life and telling your story—because you have exactly enough time!
 
​The Start is a podcast about artistic beginnings, as told by great artists of our time. Focusing on one piece, they share how these early moments of creativity shaped them, the influence it had on their subsequent work, and what the piece now means to them in retrospect
 
The Landscape Photography podcast hosted by Matt Payne. Candid conversations with landscape photographers, industry insiders, and other artists on the craft of landscape photography. Each week we release a new episode with a guest or panel and talk about psychological drivers in landscape photography, social media, business, marketing, motivation, inspiration, workflow, and more.
 
Famous faces take their best mate, their mum, their neighbour (whoever they want) for an afternoon at a favourite museum or gallery. As well as getting a peek behind the scenes, seeing what makes a museum tick, it's also the starting point for some great conversations about life, the universe and everything. As well as a chance to eat lots of cake in the cafe. Meet Me at the Museum is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries throu ...
 
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The things that don't scale, video, and your new most important metric. Where to go from here? Have a question of your own? Join us for an Art Business Workshop. 3x Weekly Zoom calls where you can join other artists and photographers as we discuss the business of selling art both online and off. Come with your questions and get some free consulting…
 
In honour of 'George,' today's photowalk mailbag edition takes us on a lake and riverside walk where the recent rains have the banks close to bursting. Emails and feedback today on staying creative during these times, personal family stories, silencing photojournalists, the Monochrom camera, favourites lenses and building your own camera! As ever t…
 
Episode No. 486 features artists Baseera Khan and Amy Franceschini of Futurefarmers. Kahn and Futurefarmers are among the artists included in "Climate Changing: On Artists, Institutions, and the Social Environment" at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio through May 9. The exhibition looks at how artists engage with social issues and ho…
 
Live event and concert photography have obviously been drastically impacted by the global pandemic and related shutdowns. Let’s give a shout-out to all the photographers, musicians, technicians, and crew who have struggled with the loss of that part of their income and craft, but also make time on the B&H Photography Podcast to talk about concert p…
 
The name Namatjira is a famous one. Vincent Namatjira’s great-grandfather, Albert Namatjira, was one of Australia’s great painters, uniquely depicting Australia’s desert landscapes in vibrant watercolour. Although he didn’t know about his connection with the famous artist in his childhood – he was in foster care and removed from his culture – Vince…
 
Well hello. It’s been a minute, but I’m back with something new: My version of a micro-show and today’s episode is the very first one. I’m going to tell you the story of the words that inspired the name of this podcast. Seems like an appropriate come-back topic, right? “Everything changed the day she figured out there is exactly enough time for the…
 
Have you heard about the ink ban in Europe? After seeing some conflicting information online, I talk to Selina Medina about what is really going on. What does it mean for tattooers? Will the US follow suit and start regulating tattoo pigment? Check out the resources that Selina shared with me HERE. Get your copy of "The Science of Tattooing" Read t…
 
Raphaela Seck is a potter living in the south west of Devon in the UK. Raphaela first started pottery at an evening class and has been hooked ever since. After completing 2 apprenticeships Raphaela went on to manage a community studio and teach weekly classes. Raphaela now makes pottery full time from her home studio. Raphaela's work is calm, elega…
 
I don't know anyone who doesn't think it would be great to attract more Instagram followers, more email list subscribers, and especially more sales. More makes our efforts feel worthwhile and validates them, but we're often stopped in our tracks when we begin to realize what we need to do in order to increase our numbers. We think we have to post m…
 
We’re almost at the end of another week. How’s things? Hope you’re finding and seeking your out the small pockets of joy. Hey, good news. This week is episode 142 and we have the most amazing guest: LEILA FARZAD. If you’ve heard Craig’s homeschooling task last week then you’ll be aware of Leila. She’s a completely fabulous actor but, moreover, a pe…
 
On weeks show Ade, Clare and Graeme catch up for a hostful lite, and chat about a recent inspirational viewing of the film Manhunter, preparation of a new podcast all about using lighting in photography, and falling down an ebay hole, amongst many other things We also have some listener emails to read, a new plastic fantastic camera from Harman Tec…
 
Like all forms design, the designing of public spaces is done with careful attention and specific intention. Hostile architecture is a form of public design that sends a particularly aggressive message, often directed towards already marginalized populations. Corrie, Nat, & Ginny discuss the history and current trends in hostile design, and share s…
 
450 podcast episodes, and nearly 10 years of Kickstarter campaigns! Brad and Myke discuss their personal highlights - and a few lowlights - of nearly 200 campaigns backed. This episode of The Pen Addict is sponsored by: Pen Chalet: Click the ‘podcast’ link at the top of the website and enter the password ‘penaddict’ for this week’s special offer, a…
 
Welcome to episode 201 of F-Stop Collaborate and Listen! This week I was joined by the photographer who recently won the 2020 Photograph of the Year from ILPOTY - Kai Hornung. Kai is a German photographer who has recently burst onto the scene having just began his pursuits in 2016. What he has been able to accomplish in such a short amount of time …
 
Mike Hawthorne chats about teaching art and art supplies. Mike is a comic book artist and graphic novelist mostly known for his Marvel comics of Spider-Man, Superman and Deadpool. Mike's graphic novel Happiness Will Follow: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Happiness-Will-Follow/Mike-Hawthorne/9781684155453 Mike’s gumroad store https://gumroad…
 
The Family Imprint is a story, a book about photojournalist Nancy Borowick’s parents, Howard and Laurel, married for over three decades as they undergo treatment for cancer together. The book shows everything from their to do lists, to saved love letters, to the most empathic black and white photographs of this incredibly potent life and love story…
 
I love my monthly catch-ups with Kim and this time around we're stirring up the excitement for our March/April creative journey. You'll hear some of our personal updates along with sneak peeks of what you can expect at Simple Scrapper in the weeks to come. We've got chilly chickens, story mapping, and lots of organization banter in this final episo…
 
As a long-time reader of Melissa Camara Wilkins, I was excited to include her book in our 2020 Book Club selections. In this candid conversation Melissa shares how she stays grounded and connected to what matters most. We talk about simple strategies to ensure your needs are met and how to set more authentic and realistic goals. This is the perfect…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Masa Sasaki. His functional pots are decorated with vibrant color schemes emphasizing motifs of deer, one-eyed aliens and punctuation marks, forming a cryptic biography for the viewer to decode. In the interview we talk about the meaning behind his symbols, how previous profe…
 
Alejandro Cartagena, Mexican (b. 1977, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) lives and works in Monterrey, Mexico. His projects employ landscape and portraiture as a means to examine social, urban and environmental issues. Cartagena’s work has been exhibited internationally in more than 50 group and individual exhibitions in spaces including the the F…
 
Dwayne Nii-Teiko Sackey's work leaves a trace of a fluid, organic process and a human set of hands. Windswept trees, cold blue bodies of water, and lichen covered granite boulders intrigue and informs Dwayne's artistic palette. Gentle curves, textured surfaces, and meandering lines speak through Dwayne's art. Atmosphere, expressive brush strokes, a…
 
Click here to learn more and sign up for SVSLearn's 30 Day Trial: https://courses.svslearn.com/bundles/30-days-free 3 Point Perspective Podcast is sponsored by SVSLearn.com, the place where becoming a great illustrator starts! Click here to find the links for this episode and to see this episode's illustration. ASK A QUESTION…
 
Bryan Caporicci is an award-winning wedding and portrait photographer based out of Fonthill, Canada. In 2014, he was awarded his Masters of Photographic Arts (MPA) designation by the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC), making him one of the youngest Canadian photographers to receive this level of achievement. Bryan is the host of the Busin…
 
Allyson returns refreshed after a quarantine-induced slump to tell you all about Ingapirca, an Inka archaeological site whose function has been obscured by time and imperialism. To learn more about the Inka Empire in convenient podcast form, check out ahistoryoftheinca.wordpress.com or search for A History of the Inca in your favorite podcatcher! ©…
 
'Arrested for criminal damage.' Why that particular charge has a familiar ring for two photojournalists with the Irish sea between them. Part of a growing conversation of late on this show about how the press and in particular photojournalists have found attitudes toward them changing, from the public, the law keepers and the law makers. Photojourn…
 
The lockdown has got to Kev and he’s watched 1,297 hours of Netflix in one week it seems, we talk one camera one lens choice, how we view our personal photo collections, what we’d stick in a time capsule, which website platform to choose (Squarespace or Wordpress), we talk GAS release, how do you choose what and when to sell? Wacom tablets, how man…
 
Noted Navajo sculptor and ceramic artist Christine McHorse died earlier this week. She was born in 1948 in Morenci, Arizona and started working full-time in the arts after attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Sante Fe in the 1960’s. At the school she met her husband Joel and learned to make ceramics in the Pueblo style from his family…
 
Attention, The basement sale concept, its stumbling blocks, and how to get started. The Basement Sale Example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmW5rm3aIMw Where to go from here? Have a question of your own? Join us for an Art Business Workshop. 3x Weekly Zoom calls where you can join other artists and photographers as we discuss the business of sell…
 
Photographers - or, more precisely, photography trainers - talk about muscle memory - creating habit and comfort in what you do. But have you ever thought it might hold you back? In this caffeine-fueled, bleary-eyed podcast recorded early on a Friday morning, I ponder on how to break out of your self-imposed limitation - one that we constantly refe…
 
The mailbag show of the week and a sub-theme develops where we hear from some writers who are finding new projects following a year where pandemic has left their cameras getting dusty on a shelf. Close to home projects, cursed houses in lost villages, the love of 'vintage' kit and standing where Custer last stood. There's some show news and a myste…
 
2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the classic crime film SHAFT, directed Gordon Parks. Parks was a filmmaker, writer, musician, and one of the 20th century’s great photographers. A recent piece in the New York Times called him, “The Godfather of Cool.” Not bad for the youngest of 15 children from Fort Scott, Kansas. Fort Scott is now home to the G…
 
Today on the Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast I have an interview with Jessica Putnam Phillips. Jessica creates objects that are decorated with depictions of women in combat situations juxtaposed against floral patterns from historical dinnerware. She uses the pairing to question and contrast the role women play in both domestic and public servi…
 
In this check-in, we wander into some personal territory, talking about family and travel, at a time we are all longing to be with family but can’t and to travel but can’t do that either. We share some lively and engaging conversations we had at our recent trip to Virtual First Thursday at Venture Cafe, […]…
 
Has the Canon EOS R5 changed the conversation about using mirrorless cameras for bird and wildlife photography? This is the position of our guest, David Speiser who, this summer, traded his Canon 1D X Mark III for the R system camera and lenses. But his colleague, fellow bird photographer and—for now—DSLR stalwart Grace Scalzo, is not quite ready t…
 
TattooSnob is one of the best curated and most popular tattoo pages on Instagram. Today we sit down with its founder Kevin Miller to discuss how they built a follower base of 500k, why they started the page to begin with (Kevin is not a tattooer), how they developed such a keen eye for great tattoos, the problems with Instagram, the challenges of m…
 
Episode No. 485 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a holiday week clips episode featuring former curator and historian Kelli Morgan. Earlier this week, Charles Venable, the director of Newfields, the institution formerly and best known as the Indianapolis Museum of Art, resigned in the wake of the museum's publishing a series of racist job postings…
 
On this weeks show we're joined by the fantastic Vladislav Kern and Mark Beadle to talk all things Soviet cameras Find Vlad here: https://www.instagram.com/ussrphoto/?hl=en http://ussrphoto.com/ Mark: https://www.instagram.com/mark_beadle90/?hl=en http://www.sovietcams.com/index8ece.html?tmpl_into=middle&tmpl_id=428&_m_e_id=13&_menu_i_id=432 https:…
 
Irene Frolic: Personal History, Memory, and the Interdependence of Beauty and Decay In 1948 at the age of 7, Irene Frolic arrived in Canada after almost three years in a United Nations refugee camp in Salzburg, Austria. A Jewish child, who had miraculously survived the grimmest of Grimm Fairy tales in the dark heart of Europe, arrived not knowing a…
 
Nala Turner is a Brooklyn-based ceramics artist and creative art therapist, working primarily with themes related to race-issues, cultural identity, femininity, social stereotype, and popular culture perspectives. Nala has shown her work in various gallery, workshop, and press settings. Through clay-work, Nala aims to inspire her audience to recogn…
 
I live to track down art off the beaten path — traveling to out-of-the-way places to see works of art that delight and inspire, or even confound me. I found just such a piece last year when I traveled to the Midwest, and the success story of the artist behind the art is just as engaging as the piece itself. My guest for this episode is Romy Owens, …
 
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