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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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Talk Art

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Russell Tovey and Robert Diament

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Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament host Talk Art, a podcast dedicated to the world of art featuring exclusive interviews with leading artists, curators & gallerists, and even occasionally their talented friends from other industries like acting, music and journalism. Listen in to explore the magic of art and why it connects us all in such fantastic ways. Follow the official Instagram @TalkArt for images of artworks discussed in each episode and to follow Russell and Robert's la ...
 
Red Web dives into the Internet's most intriguing mysteries, conspiracies, and supernatural events. With an appetite for the unknown, Trevor Collins and his co-host Alfredo Diaz analyze various unsolved incidents.
 
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Leeds Museums & Galleries

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Museums n'That is the podcast for anyone who thinks that museums are boring. Hosts Meg and Sara from Leeds Museums & Galleries get to the very heart of what makes museum people tick, by asking them the questions that you actually want to know. Does Bruce Springsteen have an archive? Do you ever try any of the old clothes on? What’s the greatest city in the world? Spoiler alert: it’s Leeds.
 
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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Nighttime

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Jordan Bonaparte / Curiouscast

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Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories. Join Nighttime's host Jordan Bonaparte for an exploration of true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
 
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.
 
Interviews and Inspiration From The World of Sculpture. Join, Lucy Branch, sculptural conservator and author, as she talks to sculptors whose work can be found in public spaces. They discuss their creative journeys, their artistic practice and their shared love for all things bronze. Find the show notes at www.sculpturevulture.co.uk and download your free novel.
 
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.
 
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
 
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AnimationPod

Alexandra Areskog

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This podcast will discuss my current projects as a Junior at Emerson College majoring in Animation & Motion media. Mainly my progress, setbacks, and technical issues. Includes screencaps, pictures, audio, movies, and ultimately the final project.
 
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2 Close 2 the Sun

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Host - Elizabeth Sher. featuring gallery artists from Mercury 20 Gallery and outside curators, experts, influencers, collectors

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subtitle: Art Obsessions. A popup podcast from Mercury 20 Gallery in Oakland, CA's arts district. We are an artist run gallery for over 2 decades with 21 members from the Bay Area. Each podcast will feature a different topic with gallery artists and outside experts, curators and influencers.
 
The purpose of this podcast is to provide a level of accessibility and art appreciation previously unavailable to all audiences, especially people with visual impairments. The episodes in this podcast include verbal description of many of the pieces in the Peconic Landing Sculpture Garden in Greenport, NY.
 
Christie's ArtCasts offer video and audio gallery talks by Christie's International Specialists about fine art, antiques, wine, jewelry and watches. Learn more about upcoming sales and notable past highlights worldwide. For more information about Christie's gallery talks and worldwide auctions visit Christie's on the Web at www.christies.com
 
A Piece of Work is everything you want to know about modern and contemporary art but were afraid to ask. Hosted by Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson, this 10-episode series explores everything from Pop Art to performance in lively conversations with curators, artists and Abbi’s friends, including Hannibal Buress, Tavi Gevinson, RuPaul and Questlove. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, On the Media, Nancy and ...
 
Ever get museum fatigue? That overwhelmed feeling when you try to see everything? Then, join me to discover a better way to connect with art! This podcast takes you through the experience of looking at art for minutes, not seconds. And you’ll find out the history, mystery or controversy about the work or the artist!
 
The Brillo Girls is our fortnightly soapbox, filled with conversation about art, life, and everything that falls in-between. As artists ourselves, we love discussing anything that perks our interests and are endlessly fascinated about the creative processes different artists go through in establishing their own creative authenticity. Join us while we navigate and share their stories, celebrating the good, the bad and the ugly. Perhaps something you thought was ordinary is really extraordinary.
 
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DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

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Europe in all its diversity and fascination – that's what Euromaxx brings to the screen. Once a week, DW's magazine offers its international viewers absorbing insights into European culture and lifestyle.
 
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Shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine in February, some Ukrainians got tattoos to show support for their country. But as the war drags on, those patriotic symbols have become a liability. Special correspondent Simon Ostrovsky reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Both journalist Charlotte Higgins and playwright David Greig are fascinated by the Roman occupation of Britain. Higgins’s book Under Another Sky: Journeys in Roman Britain, an account of her travels to the Roman remains scattered about Britain, is really about how we today relate to Roman Britain. It seems an unlikely subject for a play but Greig h…
 
A work of imagination asks us to see race in a new way from a novelist once again taking on magical realism in his fiction. Jeffrey Brown talks with Pakistani writer Mohsin Hamid for our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fundersBy PBS NewsHour
 
In this episode series contributor Ashley Drake and I will review and discuss a collection of updates related to prior cases we've covered. In the cases of Katrina Blagdon, Devon Marsman, Emily Bailey, and Elnaz Hajtamiri there have been considerable, game changing developments. In this episode of Nighttime, we unpack all of them. Links: Missing in…
 
Kate Molleson and guests live from Edinburgh Festival. Comedian and impressionist Matt Forde talks about capturing the essence of political figures in his show Clowns To The Left Of Me, Jokers To The Right.Mezzo Soprano Anne Sofie von Otter performs songs by Rufus Wainwright and Franz Schubert on the eve of her Edinburgh International Festival conc…
 
https://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_808_Naomi_Potter.mp3 download In this episode Duncan reaches out to Naomi Potter and the Esker Foundation to curate a series of conversations, in the hopes of evolving a portrait of the future of Calgary’s contemporary art world. It is an idea about investigating places though conversatio…
 
Phil Hansen is back on the show! Best known for his Embrace the Shake TED Talk, Phil is also an artist, creative, and an advocate for advancing art education. In today's podcast, he talks about publishing his new zine called Toska and the importance of hearing from artists about their work. He and Tim also discuss how the issues can be utilized in …
 
Who loves cream soda? Ethan Crabtree loves cream soda. This episode, lovely Ethan shares his experience of volunteering as a young person in the award winning Preservative Party - still going strong! - at Leeds City Museum, and essentially just spends 45 minutes proving that all museums should be run by young people. We learn about their upcoming e…
 
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and writer David McCullough, who died on Sunday at the age of 89, was perhaps best known for his biographies of two often overlooked presidents: John Adams and Harry Truman. But his interests ranged far and wide, including in the arts. In this excerpt of a 2011 interview with NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown, McCullough ref…
 
In this episode I’m joined by Adam Rodgers and Paul Palango to discuss the past week’s public inquiry hearings, respond to listener voice memos, and discuss recent updates in this ever evolving story. Episode Links: the Nova Scotia Mass Shooting Series: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/nova-scotia-rampage Join the Nova Scotia Mass Casualty Discussi…
 
Nope is the latest film from Oscar-winning writer-director Jordan Peele, whose breakthrough was the critically acclaimed 2017 horror Get Out. Tom Sutcliffe speaks to Jordan about reinventing genre- from black horror to sci-fi-western- and examining the exploitation of black talent in Hollywood's history.When the trombonist Peter Moore plays at the …
 
While exploring nearby woods, a group of teenage boys in the quiet town of Worcestershire, England, stumbled upon a gruesome scene - the skeleton of an unknown woman, stuffed into a tree. This woman became the talk of the town as investigators failed to identify who she was. Today, we begin our themed month with week one of Unsettling Forest Myster…
 
Disney’s Hollywood Studios has received major changes in the past five years including the addition of two new lands. Crowds have increased at the park, and the attractions at Toy Story Land and Galaxy’s Edge are popular. Even so, we’ve also seen the limits of just adding headliners to the park.… Read more... The post 174. Improving Disney’s Hollyw…
 
Skateboarding's popularity has skyrocketed since its early outsider origins, but for a lot of its history, the sport has seemed largely reserved for straight, white men. Special correspondent Christopher Booker reports on how the closed-off culture of skateboarding is becoming a lot more inclusive. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org…
 
Jordan and his pal Aaron discuss, explore, and celebrate the week in offbeat Canadian news. In this episode we sort through the fallout from a recent Trudeau visit to PEI, we investigate a drunk hungry cop, we investigate a wet cop, and we lose our minds over the proposed settlement related to a class action against Tim Hortons. Links: Keep Canada …
 
Health disparities among different racial groups remain a major problem in the United States, one that was magnified during the height of the pandemic, but has been part of American history since its earliest days. A new book called "Under the Skin" looks at the causes for that. Author Linda Villarosa joins Amna Nawaz to discuss. PBS NewsHour is su…
 
Episode No. 561 features author Helen Langdon and curator Erin Garcia. Langdon is the author of "Salvator Rosa: Paint and Performance," a new biography of the Renaissance painter and actor. The book explains Rosa's thirst for fame, his philosophical pursuits and how they melded with his painting, his acting career, and the ways in which his desire …
 
Tom Sutcliffe and guest reviewers Bidisha and Amon Warmann discuss Bullet Train, starring Brad Pitt. It's a vivid mixture of comedy and violence from director David Leitch, and is based on a thriller by Japanese author, Kōtarō Isaka. We also discuss Mohsin Hamid's latest novel, The Last White Man - a fable about what happens when white people's ski…
 
Huw Stephens reports from the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Tregaron, Ceredigion, talking to Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd, winner of this year’s Novel Prize Meinir Pierce Jones, and folk singer Owen Shiers. In 1965 the jury recommended that the Pulitzer Prize for Music should be awarded to the jazz composer and band-leader Duke Ellington. But he d…
 
The baseball world is mourning the loss of the Hall of Fame sportscaster Vin Scully, who died Tuesday at the age of 94. He called games for the Los Angeles Dodgers for 67 years, the longest tenure any broadcaster has had with a professional team. Many in and out of sports said he was the best there ever was. Jeffrey Brown, who profiled Scully in 20…
 
These may be the most famous duo to ever speak into my microphones. Millions of folks, from all over the world, have watched along in amazement as this Nova Scotia based pair kiss, cuddle, and call each other baby. She is Tamara and he is Kiwi and in the world of online pets this human/avian duo, known by their social media handle Tamarasbluechicke…
 
While working on the facade project of San Lorenzo, Michelangelo undertook another architectural project for Medici Pope Leo X. Known as the New Sacristy, and located in the Medici Chapels in Florence, Italy, the space was intended to serve as a royal funerary space for the Pope's brother and nephew. This episode addresses the history of the space …
 
Rhiannon Giddens has been on her first tour this summer as artistic director of Silkroad Ensemble, which was founded in 1998 by famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who joined her on stage at the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts last week. Jeffrey Brown recently spent a day with Giddens and her cross-cultural group to see how they aim to make a positive…
 
Disabled-access ticket booking – for concerts, comedy clubs, theatre, festivals, and more. Carolyn Atkinson reports on problems with new initiatives to make access to the arts much easier for disabled people: the big delays to the National Arts Access Card, and inconsistencies in purchasing ‘companion’ tickets.Will Ashon is a novelist and non-ficti…
 
In this episode from 2018, Tim offers up some of his best advice for the start of the school year. Listen as he gives his 5 most important ideas for improving how you start your school year, including why you need to ditch your syllabus, why you need to let your personality shine through, and how to get conversations going with your kids in the fir…
 
Mum, we made it to the V&A! Meg and Sara embark on an epic adventure to the Big Smoke this episode, and end up in the Fashioning Masculinities exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Where they spent a lot of time studying Harry Styles' footwear. Curator - and ex Leeds Museums and Gallleries alumni - Rosalind McKever talks us through the exhi…
 
Beyoncé's Renaissance: we discuss Beyoncé's house and disco inspired new album – her first solo material in six years - and her huge significance as an artist and cultural icon. Nick is joined by Jacqueline Springer – curator, music journalist and lecturer- and by the writer and editor Tara Joshi.The Arctic is Don Paterson’s new collection of poems…
 
Jordan and his pal Aaron discuss, explore, and celebrate the week in offbeat Canadian news. In this episode we discuss the RCMP's usage of stock images, we wrap up the Maugerville Potato story, we cringe at a creep in Ontario, and we shake our fists at an axe attack in Halifax. Links: Kathryn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kathryncleroux/?h…
 
When you’re sound asleep in the middle of the night, it’s impossible to know what’s going on in the world around you. Nearly a decade ago, a woman managed to record the sound of an unidentified voice, just a few feet from her bed. Today, we look into the unsettling story behind the Sleep as Android Incident. Visit our Twitter page (http://Twitter.c…
 
The 50-year-old Brandywine Workshop and Archives in Philadelphia draws in artists, both unknown and very well-known, to push boundaries by producing limited edition prints. It's also an opportunity to get their work into major museum collections like the Harvard Art Museums. That's where special correspondent Jared Bowen of GBH Boston recently took…
 
Episode No. 560 features artist Kiyan Williams and historian Paul M. Farber. The Hammer Museum is presenting "Hammer Projects: Kiyan Williams", the artist's first solo museum presentation, through August 28. The show features Williams' 2022 installation Between Starshine and Clay, a work that features earth taken from sites that are familial or tha…
 
Panah Panahi is the son of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi. Panah's film Hit the Road is a road movie with a difference as a family travel through Iran without acknowledging the real purpose of their trip. It's reviewed by Diane Roberts and Leila Latif. They've also been reading Mercury Pictures Presents by Anthony Marra, a novel set in wa…
 
Born in Santa Monica, California in 1974, Jean-Pierre Roy is a Brooklyn- based painter and educator. He received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2002. He is currently represented by Gallery Poulsen in Denmark and Davidson Gallery in NYC. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions in the US, Europe, and Asia and has had solo museu…
 
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Arlo White of Hypnotic Turtle Radio Circus. Arlo talks about the history of Hypnotic Turtle, the thought behind the name, college radio, soundscapes, discipline, bands, opening for Enuff Z’Nuff, Poet Rock, Diablo Montalban, parking lot shows, new music, Wulfhound, his radio show, guests interviewed, John …
 
Ada Limón has been named the nation's new poet laureate. Jeffrey Brown recently met with Limón to learn more about her life's path, one that includes backyard groundhogs, Kentucky bluegrass, pokeweed and plenty of poetry. It's part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Sister Act the Musical is returning to the London stage, after two years of Covid delays and thirty years after the much loved Whoopi Goldberg film. Tom Sutcliffe met the stars of the new Hammersmith Apollo production, Beverley Knight who plays singer on the run Deloris and Jennifer Saunders who takes on the role of Mother Superior, to discuss mixi…
 
In 1515, Michelangelo undertook his first architectural commission for the facade of the Medici church of San Lorenzo in Florence. For the project, he produced a large wooden model of the facade, today located in the Casa Buonarroti Museum in Florence, Italy. This episode examines the history around the commission as well as Michelangelo's extraord…
 
The Mercury Music and Booker Prize lists - we discuss the albums and books nominated this year for these two major prizes. We're joined by writer and critic Alex Clark, and Ludovico Hunter Tilney, music journalist for the Financial Times, to discuss today's announcements.Queer Britain – the dedicated LGBTQ+ museum, recently opened in London’s King’…
 
The Summer NOW Conference starts tomorrow, and Tim is here to talk you through what you need to know for each of the next three days. He will share what to expect each day and some of the highlights of the Conference Kickoff, the Main Event, and the After Pass. And he might have some tips on how you can make the most of your professional learning o…
 
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