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Art Hounds: Art that asks “What does it mean to be ladylike?”

Bobby Marines of Rochester heard about a juried arts show about walking and wondered what such a pedestrian topic would yield. The Rochester Art Center show blew Marines away. Titled “Walk With Us,” the show of 15 local, national and international artists is varied and creative in its use of space. The exhibit is tucke …


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227: Amy E. Herman | Perfect the Fine Art of Problem Solving

Thank you for listening to our Finding Brave show, ranked in the Top 100 Apple Career Podcasts!  “I show them a work of art, something they have never seen before, and get them to tell me what they see. I then pull it together in a way that they can take that back to their work with them.” - Amy E. HermanWhen the subje …


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Art Bell, The Man Behind The Mic - Down The Rabbit Hole

If you're like us you spent many restless nights listening to Coast to Coast with Art Bell. But, who was Art Bell? How did he rise to such fame and an audience of over 15 million listeners a night? Did he believe the things discussed on his show? We look behind the curtain at one of the most successful "conspiracy host …


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Arts commentator Julia Waite

Arts commentator Julia Waite talks about two exhibitions of textile art, The Search Party on now at McCahon House in Titirangi, and There Is No Other Home But This at Govett-Brewster Art Gallery. Julia Waite is Curator, New Zealand Art at the Auckland Art Gallery.


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Taking Bold Inspired Action on Your Art Dreams With Celine Gabrielle

In this episode, join host Ekaterina Popova and Celine Gabrielle to learn about the artist's story and how she chose art as her second career and figured out how to show, sell and exhibit her stunning paintings. Celine will empower you to go after your biggest dreams, take bold action and show up for your art.  This ep …


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Epis. 318: Andrew Russeth- art writer formerly in New York, now living in Seoul, South Korea

Freelance art writer (often for the New York Times) and past guest royalty Andrew Russeth talks about: Why he moved to Seoul, South Korea, where he’s expanded his freelance writing opportunities; a book on Chris Burden’s unrealized sculpture projects, which he wrote about for the New York Times- the book includes a one …


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Art Hounds describe when art forms collide and complement each other

Miles Taylor of Wood Lake, Minn. is a burlesque DJ and visual artist with a particular interest in glitch art. He admires the innovative work of Autumn Cavender, a Dakota artist and midwife. Her art finds a common thread in digital media and traditional Dakota quillwork and hide processing. Courtesy of Autum …


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What psychology has to say about art, with Ellen Winner, PhD

Art is universal – there has never been a human society without it. But we don’t always agree on what makes for good art, or even what makes something art at all. Ellen Winner, PhD, of Boston College, talks about how psychology can help answer the question “What is art?” why even non-experts can tell the difference bet …


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233: Art Garden KC Updates

On this week's episode we're joined by two of Art Garden KC's co-founders, Bethany Alzanadi and Xavier Gayden. The weekly free art festival is back for the season in Pendleton Heights from 11-4 every Sunday. A family and pet friendly event, Art Garden has something for everyone. Art Garden is also launching a new partn …


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Meret Oppenheim, African art and restitution

Episode No. 546 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curators Natalie Dupêcher and Laura de Becker.  Along with Anne Umland and Nina Zimmer, Dupêcher is the co-curator of "Meret Oppenheim: My Exhibition," a retrospective that spans the Swiss artists' 1930s work in Paris, her engagements with surrealism, and her br …


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Delinda Collier, "Media Primitivism: Technological Art in Africa" (Duke UP, 2020)

In Media Primitivism: Technological Art in Africa (Duke University Press, 2020) Delinda Collier provides a sweeping new understanding of technological media in African art, rethinking the assumptions that have conceptualized African art as unmediated, primary, and natural. Collier responds to these preoccupations by ex …


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Delinda Collier, "Media Primitivism: Technological Art in Africa" (Duke UP, 2020)

In Media Primitivism: Technological Art in Africa (Duke University Press, 2020) Delinda Collier provides a sweeping new understanding of technological media in African art, rethinking the assumptions that have conceptualized African art as unmediated, primary, and natural. Collier responds to these preoccupations by ex …


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Shamanism and Cognitive Anthropology with Kevin Stein [Encore] - Rock Art 78

This episode is with Kevin Stein an entertainment, marketing, and public relations consultant and rock art aficionado. Kevin has traveled widely and studied the intimate details of rock art both in the Americas and in the old world. He has also conducted his own seminars and presentations on the nature of shamanism and …


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Episode 306 - The Art Of The Art Of The Mandalorian Season 2

The long-standing tradition of Star Wars art books and our long-standing tradition of talking about them continues with author Phil Szostak's latest masterpiece, The Art of The Mandalorian season 2! With Mando's second season, we find the Lucasfilm Art Department working at the height of the strength with the look of …


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137: $30 Art Kit with Hava Gurevich

Hava Gurevich returns to assemble a $30 art kit with acrylic paints, paper and brushes. Visit Hava’s Website and Shop https://www.havagurevichart.com/


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Laura Baisden talks Discovering Printmaking, Making Art Fun, and Finding Belonging

Hear more from Laura Baisden on not fitting in at art school, caught between the pressure to make serious conceptual art and a desire to make art for pure fun and a love of craft, discovering letterpress on first moving to Nashville, finding belonging within the printmaking community, cutting her teeth at big-name stud …


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March 31 2022 - Spiritualism in Art

The Witch Daily Show (https://www.witchdailyshow.com) is talking Spiritualism in Art Our sponsor today Is The Hectic Witch's Planner (https://www.amazon.com/Busy-Witchs-Planner-Tonya-Brown/dp/1087915716/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1X6LTF21167Z3&dchild=1&keywords=busy+witch%27s+planner&qid=1630763797&sprefix=busy+witch%27s+%2Cstr …


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ClubNFT's Jason Bailey on the Digital Art Space

In this week's episode of the podcast, we're joined by Jason Bailey, co-founder of Artnome and ClubNFT, to chat about the digital art space. First, tells us about the history of the digital art space and what the environment was like then when it wasn't nearly as popular as it is today. Then, he identifies some concern …


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1178: Blind Braille Artist Clarke Reynolds: Journey By Dots Show and Art In Sight Podcast

Clarke Reynolds, the Blind Braille Artist who turns the tactile form of Braille into colourful works of art, talks with our Toby Davey about the success of his recent show Decoding Braille, Decoding Me, his up-coming show at Aspex Portsmouth, Journey By Dots and his Arts council podcast, Art In Sight. Clarke began by …


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The Politics of Fiber Art with Sam Hunter

Welcome back to The Abundant Artist, the show that dispels the myth of ‘the starving artist’ and shares how you can live an abundant life as an artist and make a living from your talent one interview at a time. Oregon-based fiber artist and quilt designer, Sam Hunter, joins the podcast today to discuss her journey as …


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Refugees and art, NFTs and more in Dubai, Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s golden curtain

This week: as more than two million refugees leave war-torn Ukraine, what can the arts do? Counterpoints Arts is a charity that works with refugee artists and creates programmes in a range of artforms on the subject of migration and displacement in the UK and beyond. Their mission is underpinned by a belief that arts c …


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A Dual Path as an Artist and Art Reviewer with Philip Hartigan (#117)

Artists need writers. They are a critical part of the art ecosystem. Look back on any art movement from the past century in the U.S. and you’ll find a writer behind its day in the spotlight. My guest for this episode of The Art Biz is artist and writer Philip Hartigan. As you’ll hear, he’s not quite sure what order tho …

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