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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!
 
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
 
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.
 
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!
 
Suite (212) is a radio programme, broadcast on Resonance 104.4fm, and podcast that explores the arts in their social, political, cultural and historical contexts, hosted by Juliet Jacques. We take an inter-disciplinary approach, with an emphasis on innovative, underground or avant-garde work. Sometimes, panels discuss cultural politics; sometimes, we focus on a new publication or exhibition, or a specific individual or group whose work we admire.
 
Illustration Hour is a long-form interview podcast about the craft and business of illustration and design hosted by illustrator Julia Dufossé. With the help of successful illustrators, designers and art directors, we unpack how you can ideate better, learn new skills, keep yourself fresh, promote yourself and your work, and maintain a profitable freelance business. NOTE: THIS PODCAST IS NO LONGER ONGOING. The website has not been renewed but the episodes will remain available for educationa ...
 
~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.
 
Learning how the contemporary visual art world works, one conversation at a time. How does the visual art world work? I don’t know either, so I will ask the people that work in the industry and try to learn how the contemporary visual art world functions and hopefully be able to take their insight and experiences and learn how we can make a living from our artwork. Hosted by Matthew Dols
 
Lounge+, conversations with artists, from our home to yours.From our space in the heart of the mother city, the AVA team gathers together artists and art-lovers alike to talk about all things "art", getting to know the people behind the artworks and exhibitions we love. This podcast is made possible by the National Arts Council
 
Artslink is a half-hour monthly program about the arts in Calgary. We will bring to listeners interviews on theatre, dance, visual arts and film that happen mostly in Calgary while being mindful of a larger audience. Hear from dancers, theatre artistic directors, filmmakers, performers and many more artists.
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work ...
 
Mental Health Arts is a year-round arts programme led by the Mental Health Foundation Scotland, built around the annual Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF). Established in 2007, the festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world and among Scotland's most diverse cultural events, covering everything from music, film and visual art to theatre, dance, and literature.
 
Marvel movies, trash tv and video games. THIS IS WHAT WE DO!!! Listen to Amber and Garrett catch each other up on what media they've been ingesting, what hobbies they're trying out and hold your breath as they both try to remember that actor's name... you know the one, he was in that movie in the 80's... or was it the 90's?. So come along on this wonderful adventure.... called love?
 
PULSE is a zine created annually by the Students of Colour Collective (SOCC) at the University of Victoria. The zine aims to celebrate our communities, and provide an outlet for BIPOC to share their experiences, stories and artistry. This year, the PULSE zine includes a podcast component, in collaboration with CFUV 101.9FM, wherein each episode we sit down with a BIPOC artist who is featured in this year's edition of PULSE, to talk about art, the importance of community, and what compels the ...
 
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Often referred to as “the Russian Leonardo”, religious philosopher and Orthodox parish priest Pavel Florensky was a pivotal figure in the Russian religious renaissance at the turn of the 20th century. In Visual Thought in Russian Religious Philosophy: Pavel Florensky's Theory of the Icon (Routledge 2019), art historian Clemena Antonova (Research Di…
 
Welcome to episode #19 of the SCHS Visual Arts Podcast! In this episode we chat with Illustrator and more Daria Hlazatova about finding your style, not feeling impressive enough, and the magic of the stars. It was an incredible and enlightening conversation. Thank you so much to Daria for talking with us! Please check her work out on Instagram @dar…
 
Hello VAPA Community! This is Dr. Trimis with a few announcements. Este es el Dr. Trimis con algunos anuncios. Our new schedule starts this week with Monday being a special schedule. Nuestro nuevo horario comienza esta semana y el lunes es un horario especial. On Monday, all students, hybrid in-person or fully online, will be in an online advisory …
 
Legacy Film Festival Features May 24-31 1.Sam Hampton, Director, "Twelve Ingredients": website; Adele Hampton bio 2. Sandra Hubbard, The Giants Wore White Gloves (40 mins) (The Lost Years) 3. David Wild, director, "Today Was a Good Day" with KaTania “Kat” Brown (subject) was born and raised in Detroit. She is a small business owner, freelance virtu…
 
This week: ecocide in Brazil. In a special in-depth interview marking a retrospective at Fondazione MAST in Bologna, Italy, and an exhibition at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, the artist Richard Mosse discusses his photographs and forthcoming film installation picturing the scale of the destruction of the Amazonian rainforest. Mosse also ta…
 
Singer-songwriter Julia Michaels talks about how falling in love shaped her first full-length album Not In Chronological Order. Q This panel's A. Harmony and Vivek Shraya discuss the return of venue concerts. Indie rocker Julian Saporiti talks about his new project No-No Boy, which turns stories from Asian American history into song. Writer Colson …
 
Working on the thumbnails for your next comic and discovered you’ve sketched dozens of pages of talking heads? We cartoonists can put the reader’s eye wherever we can imagine, so why don’t we? But how do you know where to put the reader’s eye? In today’s Lean Into Art Mini-Workshop Rob and Jerzy are going to help you find more visual interest on yo…
 
In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them…
 
In this hybrid session we spoke with curator Simone Tredoux and editor Stephanie Blomkamp to gain practical knowledge for photographers looking to share their work in magazines or galleries. Artist Hasan Essop tuned in online to share with us his ever-evolving journey as an artist and unpacked themes that motivate his photographic practice. Sit bac…
 
How should we understand creative work? In Creative Control: The Ambivalence of Work in the Culture Industries (Columbia UP, 2021), Michael Siciliano, an assistant professor of sociology at Queen's University, Canada, explores this question through a comparison of a recording studio and a digital content creation company. The book considers the mea…
 
Today I talked to Nicole Tersigni about her book Men to Avoid in Art and Life" (Chronicle Books, 2020). Nicole Tersigni is a comedic writer experienced in improve comedy and women’s advocacy. She lives in metro Detroit with her husband, daughter, and two dogs. This episode takes a romp through five types of men to avoid like the plague: the manspla…
 
We discussed:- how she found her interest in Middle Eastern Art- how she received a Fulbright Scholarship- instagram as an archive- middle eastern art in the world market- how an auction house sources the art- a day in the life of an auction specialist- why she chose the UAE to research- self-categorising and sub-categorisation- her desire enjoymen…
 
Sonia Manzano talks about her decades-spanning role as Maria on Sesame Street and the new documentary Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street. Ontario's first Poet Laureate Randell Adjei reflects on his journey to the present moment, and the bar he hopes to set in his new position. Showrunner Eric Heisserer discusses the challenges and joys of bri…
 
Cor, Nat, Gin, & Jen take a journey through the life and work of Surrealist artist, Remedios Varo. From casting spells with her lady friends, to sexy adventurous trysts with pilots, to creating an entire body of beautifully complex, mystical, and enchanting work. This woman lived a *life* — and left some incredible art behind for us to gush over. P…
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, …
 
A spiky Charles fumes at the possible threat to the return of live events, Graham introduces the new album by indie stalwarts Teenage Fanclub and Charles bangs the drum for Riz Ahmed's current film, Sound of Metal. As has been reported, Tom Cruise has been filming Mission Impossible 7 locally. Charles and Graham take a look at his enduring appeal. …
 
Legendary singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull opens up about surviving COVID-19 and recording a new album of classic romantic poems, titled She Walks in Beauty. Métis and Cree filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd discusses how she preserved Indigenous oral tradition in her new film Monkey Beach — an adaptation of Eden Robinson's novel of the same name. Th…
 
A light actual comic news week as we look at the schedule for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and are were going to get four films a year from here on out? And casting for a Green Lantern HBO Max show I just learned about this weekend. What we read last week, what we’re looking forward to this and a Todd and Joe Have Issues that feels like we’ve both…
 
Today’s episode is part one of a special 2-part series focused on bringing you practical tips and advice for structuring and growing a business or non-profit. I know so many artists who have started their own small businesses or non-profit organizations and many who have a dream to start one someday! Joining me to share their expertise in the areas…
 
Award wining commercial and adventure photographer Michael Clark makes his third appearance on the podcast for a fitting May 4th conversation about gear and current technology. Make sure to check out Michael's biographical conversation back on episode #42 to hear the story of his journey into photography. During this conversation we talk about how …
 
This week we look back with a series of two episodes that attempting to explore the music, the man and the myth of composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle in his 80th year in 2014. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our l…
 
This is The Digital Story Podcast #789, May 4, 2021. Today's theme is "The Workshop Plan." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Going into the second half of 2021 and planning the entire 2022 season, I want to share our TDS Workshop Plan with you. Many of us are already considering travel plans and thinking about the things that we want to do. I'm …
 
"Julia Kwon is a Korean American artist working with textiles. Her work explores the objectification of Asiatic female bodies and the complexities of constructing identity within the context of globalism, cultural hybridity and intersectionality. Throughout the conversation we talk about Julia’s face mask project titled Unapologetically Asian. For …
 
We discussed:- how he came to his technique- having an artistic style- his desire to create work that requires time to experience- the importance of high quality documentation of your artwork- how he funds his art- being screwed over by art galleries- social media has made art more entertainment- prices paid for art changes art history- NFT art- ho…
 
Debut author Angeline Boulley discusses her critically acclaimed, bestselling young adult novel, Firekeeper's Daughter, and the importance of telling contemporary Indigenous stories. Canadian multi-instrumentalist Joseph Shabason opens up about his latest album, The Fellowship, which explores his relationship with religion, going back to his upbrin…
 
In this final episode of season 9, the Sketchnote Army Podcast audio engineer Alec Pulianas and I take time to reflect on each one of the season 9 episodes, and each guests unique perspectives and ideas they sparked in us both. We hope this episode sparks you to revisit and reflect on season 9 episodes with new ears, so you can learn and apply the …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of The Breakfast Dish! Dance, music, visual art, theatre and get-to-know-you conversations with the artists behind the work. Join Griffin Cork and his mom, Karen Johnson-Diamond every Monday morning as they meet the creators of today's digital offerings. This podcast is dairy and gluten free! This week, Karen and Griffin chat wi…
 
Rutherford Falls showrunner and co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas talks about the new comedy series, how it uses humour to unlock tough conversations about colonialism, and the importance of Indigenous representation both on and off screen. On this week's screen panel, Jason Gorber and Teri Hart discuss Elon Musk's upcoming Saturday Night Live appea…
 
In this episode, host Neha Saxena sits down with 𝗞𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘀𝘀𝗮 𝗖𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗿𝗮𝗸𝗮𝘁𝗲, an Indo-Caribbean visual artist and photographer born in Trinidad and Tobago. Karissa talks about decolonizing artistry, cultural appropriation, and her work with Indigenous communities. Karissa’s illustration titled, ‘Sita’ is featured in this year's PULSE zine.…
 
Shit happens - especially when you're trying to topple the largest empire the world has ever seen. Preparation is therefore key. Preparation that reminds us of our goals and centers those most targeted by the state is vital, so that we avoid white saviourism, replicating harm and derailing our work. Help me create radical art! https://bit.ly/332bt9…
 
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, …
 
This week: Los Angeles has finally opened its museums after more than a year. When New York's galleries have been open since August, what took California so long? We talk to Jori Finkel about LA's slow emergence from lockdown. Also: DB Burkeman tells us about his new book Art Sleeves, a trawl through 40 years of artist-designed record covers. And i…
 
Bestselling Canadian poet Rupi Kaur talks about her new live show, Rupi Kaur Live, and how performing saved her life. New York-based Canadian artist Tim Okamura discusses his latest painting series, Healthcare Heroes, and how his art is making a difference to those on the frontlines. Guitarist June Millington reflects on her time in the band Fanny …
 
Posting socially is something most independent creators need to work with. I've often been the show up when I've made something, share it, then mostly hang back and like other folks stuff approach. But I know that I can do better, reach folks who I'm here to help. It takes more than that occasional post and that's what I'm hoping to dig into with J…
 
Commercial and lifestyle director, DP, photographer, and fellow Colorado based creative Adam Bove joins the show to talk about how a kid growing up in Cincinnati with an early love of climbing and dreams of road trips out west, ended up suffering through several day jobs before finally taking the steps it took to go out and chase his dreams of crea…
 
What does it mean to tie your cloth to that of another person, as in the Ghanaian tradition, or to be in full dress? How is fashion photography in a colonial and decolonial context more than just a "look" but in fact a looking and a looking at? Join author Catherine McKinley (she/her) and host Lee M. Pierce (they) for a discussion of these provocat…
 
Working Aesthetics: Labour, Art and Capitalism (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019) is the story of art and work under contemporary capitalism. Whilst labour used to be regarded as an unattractive subject for art, the proximity of work to everyday life has subsequently narrowed the gap between work and art. The artist is no longer considered apart from the …
 
We discussed:- the appreciation for rituals- without gravity you have no grace- his desire to create structures and the perversion of the structures- how he comes up with his concepts- outsourcing production of art work- how he funds his art creation- his choice to not have a consistent style or brand- storage and shipping of large scale artworks- …
 
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