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On Season 1 of A Closer Look, we’re exploring museum jobs: why we wanted them, how we got them, and what they’re really like! Through a series of conversations with colleagues, hosts Tara Metal and Michael Ricca will seek to demystify the museum world, discuss some surprising career paths, and explore jobs you may never have considered.
 
Art Unbound showcases Portland’s creative community, shining a light on the city’s artists, filmmakers, musicians, and new media pioneers, as well as the partners who champion art and artists of all kinds. Episodes feature conversations between Portland-based creatives, bite-sized stories told by the artists about the objects that inspire them, and a series of episodes exploring the Portland Art Museum’s ongoing collaborations with institutions around the world.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
To be a guest on our show, message us via artworkpodcast.com / Please support this podcast Discussing Art and art related topics, fine art, decorative art, vintage art, artists, art consultants, museums, galleries. A place to learn about the value of art, how art is created and how art affects the population of the globe and its history. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dan-twyman/support
 
Welcome to National Treasures! Tag along with comedians Laura Lexx and Will Duggan for a day out at some of nation's finest attractions. Castles, stately homes, ruins, art galleries and museums. Listen as they stumble through muddy fields, hallowed halls and half-remembered historical facts. It’s like an audio tour… only narrated by two idiots.
 
Taking a closer look at some of the most fascinating stuff inside our museums. From bits of buried treasure to iconic portraits to outlandish furniture, what do these things say about us? Each episode, we hear from a range of people who share their expertise and passion, revealing the incredible stories behind the objects we collect, curate and cherish. Art and Stuff is published by Art Fund, the UK’s national charity for art, which raises money for museums and galleries through the National ...
 
Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
 
The Sculpture,Garden presents a superb and versatile outdoor setting for the appreciation of art, offering a lively experience of sculpture for both the casual passerby and devoted art lovers. Gracefully integrated into the existing landscape, the Sculpture,Garden extends the Museum’s vast galleries to the outdoors while strengthening the Museum’s connections to the city and Fairmount Park. Its pathways and vistas, green space, and water feature create a variety of spaces for art while maint ...
 
I am Gaia Orion, I am an artist and this podcast discusses art for a peaceful and flourishing world. In the past writers, musicians, artists and philosophers congregated in cafés in Paris, New York and London to meet and discuss new ideas. Together they created culture.Today we don't limit our circles to local cafés. A relatively new technology makes our world much bigger and allows us to connect with people who specifically understand us from all over the world. I am hoping to connect furth ...
 
Subscribe to our podcast and get over 300 art-episodes for free. Watch art now. CastYourArt offers video reports and reviews for people fascinated by art. The published video- and audio-episodes are windows to the world of art: its ideas, institutions, and actors, its economics, contradictions, and its ups and downs. Abonnieren Sie unseren Podcast und erhalten Sie über 300 Filmbeiträge. Mit seinen Beiträgen schafft CastYourArt Zugang zur Welt der Kunst, zu ihren Gedankenräumen und Ideen, zu ...
 
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 ...
 
The Mosaic of Art radio show explores the making and distribution of visual art by talking with artists, curators, webmasters, dealers, coaches, publishers, about their creative processes. We go into their studios, offices and galleries, but also into their minds, their memories, travels and stories. The show is for anyone who’s interested in learning how imagination is cultivated and fed and how it translates itself into tangible objects. We talk with creative people around the world who ar ...
 
The Art a GoGo podcast features news, reviews and commentary about art that we hope is entertaining and accessible. Discussions about art news and museum exhibits in a clear, no nonsense style. Art speak is not spoken here, just art information without those nasty side effects. Want to learn more about art? We do too! Join us in our quest to explore the world of art. Our goal is to educate and entertain. Most of all, we want to encourage you to experience and enjoy art for yourself.
 
THE SECRET HISTORY OF ART takes you on a series of private guided tours of the world's greatest artworks. Best-selling author and professor of art history Noah Charney presents the history, symbolism, and importance of each work. The Secret History of Art is a series of lessons in miniature on great works of art around the world. By spending just a few minutes per masterpiece, you can learn the mysteries, stories, and secrets of some of civilization’s greatest treasures.
 
A podcast dedicated to the greater LA Art world, following artist, Thomas Adams, around the city interviewing artists, gallerists, curators, and museum directors- but mostly, artist. This podcast is an attempt to introduce the LA art scene to a larger audience that might not be exposed to art as much as they would like to be but also to have a forum for us to talk about our art world to each other.
 
This is the audio-only version of the Ancient Art Podcast. Subscribe to the HD-video Ancient Art Podcast at ancientartpodcast.org. Explore the art and culture of the Ancient Mediterranean World in the Ancient Art Podcast with your host Lucas Livingston. Uncover the truths and unravel the mysteries of the civilizations that shaped our modern world. Each episode features detailed examinations of exemplary works from the Art Institute of Chicago and other notable collections in addition to broa ...
 
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Right now, there's an exhibition at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, that is gaining international attention for a tragic reason. That’s because the show, titled “Promise, Witness, Remembrance,” is dedicated to the memory of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old Black woman who was killed by police during a raid of her Louisville home on Mar…
 
In this first-ever Art + Conversation podcast, Dr. Ghada Gherwash, the founder of the Colby linguistic justice group, will lead a roundtable discussion on the topic of linguistic justice with some of the founding members of the group. Since language is a prominent theme within the current exhibition, Miracles on the Border: Retablos of Mexican Migr…
 
In this episode of A Closer Look, we talk to Liz Sirrine, one of our collections assistants. A highly trained art handler, Liz helps make art accessible to everyone by facilitating visits to our unique Art Study Center. Listen to learn about Liz’s background, her dynamic job, and what advice she would give someone interested in pursuing a career li…
 
It's a big week in the New York salerooms: Scott Reyburn, art market expert for The Art Newspaper and The New York Times, discusses the big sales and notable trends at Christie’s and Sotheby’s New York auctions. Meanwhile, as museums in England get ready to open for the first time in five months, we talk to Heather Phillipson about her new exhibiti…
 
Episode No. 497 features curator E. Carmen Ramos and artist Michael Menchaca. Ramos has curated "¡Printing the Revolution! The Rise and Impact of Chicano Graphics, 1965 to Now," which is at the Smithsonian American Art Museum through August 8. (SAAM re-opens on Friday, May 14 with separate, timed-entry passes required for each of its buildings.) Ra…
 
The state continues to pinkwash, reaching it’s deepest pits. We continue our thread of takes on the CIA rebrand, and push back against the stupidpol takes permeating the discourse. Some of the usual terminally online suspects think intersectionality is a concept to completely disregard because of co-option. Nobody’s saying to throw away the labor m…
 
“They were rather shocked that we were interested specifically in restoring art by women. And I remember one specific curator said, ‘Well, if you would just open your base to men as well, we would have a lot of worthy things for you to restore.'” Where are the women artists in museums? The non-profit organization Advancing Women Artists was inspire…
 
In the final installment of our mini-series Shattering the Glass Ceiling, Artnet News's art and design editor Noor Brara spoke with pioneering gallerist Mariane Ibrahim, founder of her eponymous gallery. Ibrahim opened her first outpost in Seattle, later launching another outpost in Chicago's West Town neighborhood. Now, as the last year's turbulen…
 
Australian-South Sudanese artist Atong Atem brilliantly flips the Ethnographic gaze to create gorgeous studio portraits with a powerful statement.Plus, how does the medium of video art exist in the era of binge watching?And Namila chats to incoming guest host Daniel Browning, a familiar voice to RN listeners — but did you know he trained as an arti…
 
Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis from Future Retrieval join us again to discuss their film influences, specifically Stanley Kubruck's The Shining from 1980. This conversation was originally a part of the Art, Histories, & Adaptations Film and Discussion Series. If you'd like to watch the video version of this conversation, visit cincinnatiartmuse…
 
In a week where Sheila Blake is preparing her exhibition at the Foundry Gallery in Washington DC, we are updating a recording of an earlier show from May 2019, in which Tom and Sheila analyze the connections between gardens and art, with a special visit to the Dumbarton Oaks Gardens in Washington.저자 Art as Experience: Podcasts
 
An interview with Writer Director Susie Singer Carter. Here are links to visit Suzie online: https://www.gogirlmedia.com/ https://pro.imdb.com/name/nm0802053?ref_=hm_prof_name / https://www.facebook.com/susie.s.carter.7 / https://twitter.com/GoGrlMediaSusie / https://www.linkedin.com/in/susiesingercarter/?trk=nav_responsive_tab_ / https://en.wikipe…
 
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…
 
The biggest story at Artnet HQ this week is not, as you might imagine, the opening of the first IRL art fair in more than a year, it's the launch of Artnet News Pro! After being in the works for literally years, we have unveiled a very exciting new members-only section of the website dedicated to covering the inside-baseball nitty gritty at the hea…
 
Episode No. 496 features curator Kelly Baum and art historian Judith Zilczer. Along with Randall Griffey, Baum is the co-curator of the retrospective exhibition "Alice Neel: People Come First" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The exhibition is on view through August 1. It presents Neel as a radical portraitist whose work most often foregrounded h…
 
An interview with talented musician Angela Crochet. Angela mentions a few places to listen to her music and she mentions a few other links to visit as well, here are those web addresses, if you are on a platform that does not display links, simply copy and paste any of the following links: https://soundcloud.com/user-687305409 https://music.apple.c…
 
In the third episode of the Art Angle's podcast miniseries "Shattering the Glass Ceiling," Artnet News's London editor Naomi Rea spoke to curator and author Legacy Russell. Russell is currently serving as the associate curator of exhibitions at the Studio Museum in Harlem and is the award-winning author of Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto (2020), which…
 
How do you turn the stark geographical facts of war and conflict into art? And how do you do it authentically and sensitively, from the far-off shores of Australia? Stanislava Pinchuk started making street art in Melbourne, then moved into tattooing before the Russo-Ukrainian conflict pushed her art in a very different direction. At 32, she has a s…
 
How likely is it that you will need long term care in your future? What are the factors that you need to take into consideration? In this episode, we talk to Dr. Robert Applebaum, who is the Director of the Long Term Care Research Project, at the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University. Dr. Applebaum talks about how long term care has change…
 
Hope everyone had a wonderful Mayday. What a busy weekend for NYC activism! Sarah and OK visit the Strike MoMA action and speak with William Powhida of Artists for a Post-MoMA Future (and many other art-activist projects) and prolific anti-imperalist printmaker Kyle Goen. Strike MoMA have actions planned every Friday for the rest of the summer and …
 
Educator Daphne Beneke surveys the diverse subjects, materials and purposes of sculpture over time, looking at Bodhisattva Maitreya (2nd-3rd century), Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen (modeled 1878–81; cast after 1936) by Edgar Degas and Rock Form (Porthcurno) (1964) by Barbara Hepworth, from the Museum's sculpture collection.Produced as part of the Mu…
 
An Interview with Quentin Lee Film Producer Director and Writer. You can find Quentin via his website at Marginfilms.com Host: Dan Twyman CoHost: Erin Franklyn / Music provided by StreamBeats. (License on file) If you use IHeart Radio, click Here, if you do not see a link here then go to https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-art-talk-81065304/ You wil…
 
Toronto-based conceptual artist Mitchell Chan talks about his epic “Digital Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility,” a blockchain-based work which was inspired by Yves Klein’s late 1950s precursor, “Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility;” we talk about Klein’s legendary work The Void, the apex of his ongoing project of making invisible, or n…
 
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…
 
You know the scene at the end of Bong Joon-ho's 2013 film Snowpiercer where they leave the hellish bullet train and see that the frozen Tundra is starting to melt and nature is coming back to life? That kind of gives you the sense of the relief that the art market is hoping to feel next week when, miracle of miracles, the Frieze New York art fair o…
 
Start your engines, and may the best ideology, win! Our friend Nick (@uhsadqueer in the Art and Labor discord) worked hard on this incredible presentation on the RuPaul’s Drag Race empire. Learn how the show has shifted since it’s much smaller beginnings on the obscure LGBTQ channel Logo, to the much wider national audience on VH1, to multiple inte…
 
Episode No. 495 features curators Chris Oliver and Corey Piper. Oliver is the curator of "Virginia Arcadia: The Natural Bridge in American Art" at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. The exhibition, which is on view through August 1, examines how artists portrayed the Natural Bridge, the famed landscape feature in Virginia's Shenandoah Va…
 
Episode 26 Interview with Steven Lee Hypnotherapy, Steven Works with Creative People and can be found at stevenlee-hypnotherapy.com Host: Dan Twyman CoHost: Erin Franklyn / Music provided by StreamBeats (License on file) To support this podcast please use the support button on the main page. You can also visit us at http://artworkpodcast.com --- Th…
 
Check out this spin off episode from the National Treasures Patreon page. Years & Years sees Laura and Will hop in the time machine and investigate the history of a specific year. https://www.patreon.com/nationaltreasures See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
“Schlosser could be described as the least-known famous art historian.” In the 16th and 17th centuries, Central European nobles gathered and displayed art and natural wonders side by side in spaces known as art and curiosity cabinets, or kunst- und Wunderkammer. Viewers were awed by the spectacle of traditional fine artworks alongside objects like …
 
The partial destruction of the 1,500-year-old stone sculptural arrangement in Victoria’s western district added to the devastating tally of damaged First Nations art and cultural sites. Museums Victoria curator Kimberley Moulton joins Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe.Plus, take a tour of FLOAT, an innovative community artists' studio floating on Lake T…
 
The second installment of this four-part podcast miniseries features Artnet News senior writer Sarah Cascone's interview with art collector and media executive Catherine Levene. Levene's 25-year career runs the breadth of the media space, beginning at the New York Times Company in both the corporate sales realm and later as part of its burgeoning d…
 
In this episode of A Closer Look, we talk to Karen Gausch, who works in our department of Collections Management as the Manager of Exhibition Production and Collections Care.Karen charts her fascinating career from installing art around New York City, to mount-making at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to managing a massive building move and making…
 
In this episode we interview Adrian Tafoya who has been in the entertainment industry for over 35 years. You can reach Adrian via his FB page at https://www.facebook.com/adrian.tafoya.54 Host: Dan Twyman / CoHost: Erin Franklyn / Music provided by StreamBeats. (License on file) If you are interested in being on this show or have comments or suggest…
 
This week on the now award-winning The Week in Art: Kusamarama. We take a deep dive into Yayoi Kusama’s polka dots, pumpkins and infinity rooms as shows open in New York, Washington, London and Berlin. We’re joined by three curators: Frances Morris, the director of Tate Modern in London, talks about Kusama’s Infinity Rooms; Mika Yoshitake, the cura…
 
Episode 24 Interview with The Inheritance Muse Matina Agio from Greece. (Visit matinaagio.com) If you are interested in the subject of inheritance for yourself or someone else, please take the time to listen to this show and please refer your friends to the show, it's as simple as sending them this link: http://anchor.fm/dan-twyman , you will hear …
 
Welcome to Shattering the Glass Ceiling, a podcast from the team at the Art Angle where we speak to boundary-breaking women in the art world and beyond about how art has shaped their lives and careers. In the first episode of this four-part podcast mini series, Artnet News executive editor Julia Halperin spoke to Lauren Haynes, the director of arti…
 
Episode No. 494 features art historian Jennifer Roberts and master printer and author Phil Sanders. Beginning this Sunday, April 25, Roberts will deliver the 2021 Mellon Lectures, America's leading series of annual lectures about art. Typically delivered at the National Gallery of Art each year over six consecutive Sundays in the early spring, the …
 
VINNIE ON LYGIA CLARK Greetings Art and Labor listeners! Lucia here with a presentation from the revolutionary art course I’ve been facilitating through Constructing the Real – the school for debt averse anarchists. On this recording, you’ll hear Vinnie discuss Brazilian neo-concretist Lygia Clark’s experimental art career with an emphasis on her i…
 
LUCIA ON EARTHRISE Greetings Art and Labor listeners! Lucia here with a presentation from the revolutionary art course I’ve been facilitating through Constructing the Real – the school for debt averse anarchists. On this recording, you’ll hear me discuss the Earthrise photo, and how it was used to greenwash the vietnam war, followed by a discussion…
 
Yuki Kihara's reaction to being chosen to represent Aotearoa/New Zealand in the 2021 Venice Biennale was to scream at the top of her lungs. But with it came a huge sense of responsibility: "If I f**k this up, then people like me won't get a chance anymore." An interdiscplinary artist of Japanese and Sāmoan descent, Kihara has hit a lot of firsts in…
 
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