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A Dungeon World Actual Play Podcast. Follow a group of friends as we hang out and try to save the world from our own messes. This is a causal podcast with a close group of friends, who are looking for a project and reason to hang out. Dungeon World by Sage LaTorra and Adam Koebel Contact us @DrawnMaps or poorlymap@gmail.com
 
Drawn to a Deeper Story is about lives that challenge us and the difficult conversations around them. If you've ever wanted to have better conversations, connect more deeply with people and hold a desire to drop judgement, this podcast will help you. It’s a place to listen openly, to absorb people’s truths and to learn how to show up differently for the benefit of everyone. Find out more www.drawntoastory.com/podcast
 
Join self-taught artist Mike Hendley who shares his ongoing experiences in learning how to draw and paint with those interested in exploring art at any age. Mike also talks about the challenges of being creative, making space for these passionate pursuits in our hectic lives and beginning the artist journey late in life. Grab a pad and pencil or an iPad and follow along with Mike on his journey to become a better artist through tips, tricks, interviews, and stories.
 
An actual play podcast of high adventure, low dice rolls and intermediate levels of terrible puns in which five old friends imagine ourselves to be dynamic and exciting heroes in a game of Dungeon World. Crudely Drawn Swords is a long-term campaign following a team of heroic(?) adventurers as they follow a quest that will take them through strange lands, across dangerous seas and on perilous journeys through unknown regions. If you are a fan of podcasts like Friends at the Table, The Adventu ...
 
The Draw Your Dice Podcast is an educational interview show centered around the tabletop roleplaying game industry and is hosted by Jeremy Gage. Sit down alongside him as he speaks with indie TTRPG creators, entrepreneurs and supporters about their personal best practices, principles, and philosophies ranging from game theory, business tips, and so much more. To support Jeremy and find out more about the podcast head to: https://www.haveyouplayedthis.com My Podcast Editing and Transcription ...
 
He Shoots, He Draws Podcast, the podcast about creativity, photography, graphic design, business and life! Hosted by Dave Clayton and guest host Alan Hess, the show gives you a weekly look at the world of all the above. Two friends, a graphic designer and a photographer combined their knowledge and experience to create interesting topics and conversations for this podcast. So, grab a cuppa and join us as we chat about the things we admire, people that inspire and more. Straight, honest talk ...
 
Using Creative Arts and Life Lessons to Deepen Your Relationship with God.Have you ever been inspired by a poem, a song, a painting that brought you to tears, your knees, or even back to the arms of God? Well, I have, and I love to use art as motivation to do good and to love God more than I already do right now.If you long to deepen your relationship with others, yourself, and God, then listen to this podcast weeklyto get a double dose of inspiration, art, plus the Word of God.James 4:8 say ...
 
Be drawn onward with Teresa Janzen—author, speaker, teacher, and coach. Embrace and explore our amazing world and the people in it. DrawnOnward is not just a fabulous palindrome, it’s about sharing our stories from a fresh perspective. Your story, my story, and the story of hope. Join me as we are DrawnOnward through the story.
 
[Draws in Spanish] showcases noteworthy Latinx visual artists, exploring their creative journeys and how they got to where they are today. Host and Chilean-American illustrator, Fabiola Lara, brings humor and empathy to the conversation, uncovering how the artist’s culture and Latinx identity informs their artwork. Whether you’re just starting your creative career or looking to discover the next big name in visual art, join Fabiola as she chats in English with artists who draw in Spanish.
 
**Best Arts & Culture Podcast WEBBY AWARDS 2021 Honoree** Well-known writers share the secrets of their bottom drawer – the bits of writing they never finished, had rejected or still hang on to for nostalgia. Actors perform them & the writer tells host Laura Shavin the stories behind them.
 
Learn about Personal Construct Psychology (PCP)and how to use it in your work with Heather Moran, educational and clinical psychologist. Heather has worked with young people and professionals in a variety of roles over the past 40 years and has developed techniques for use in therapy, counselling and coaching sessions. She is trying to bring PCP to people who might not have come across it before, as well as to support the development of those who want to hone their skills with children, youn ...
 
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Bible verse for today's show: So he answered and said, “ ‘You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind,’ and ‘your neighbor as yourself.’ ” Luke 10:27 NKJV Buy my book of poetry Jaundiced View where you can read the poem "Understand." Love healing hearts, Shirah Chante Rela…
 
Matt Greer and David Forrest are joined by Kieran Ashton and Heather Holloway for a quiz of gigantic proportions with four rounds of Partick Thistle questions. Can David and Kieran banish the ghosts of their previous quiz experience? Can Heather make her father proud and uphold the Holloway family reputation? All this and more in a brain teasing ca…
 
72 holes wasn't enough at the PGA Championship, join us as we recap the battle for the Wannamaker trophy at Southern Hills, as Mito Pereira, Justin Thomas and Will Zalatoris were among the names on the leaderboard on Sunday battling for the PGA Championship, the second major of the year. We also chat about our predictions, give out some awards and …
 
Welcome to our 104th Podcast, we go back to the cinema for the latest offering from Marvel..will Sam Raimi win over with his horror roots? we review 'Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'; in our Something to Scream About section we talk about twists in horror and on our last episode Geordie Paul picked our Movie from the vault ‘Seven’ 00:25 - I…
 
This episode looks at the ballad The Trees the Grow Tall aka The Trees They Grow So High aka Long A-Growing aka Young But Growing aka He’s Young But He’s Daily A-Growing aka The Bonny Boy aka Lady Mary Ann aka Young Craigston. TracklistJoe Heaney – My Bonny Boy is YoungJoe Holmes – My Bonny Boy is YoungLandless – The Trees the Grow TallMaija Sofia …
 
On this episode, we are joined by many guests for this new hunter turkey camp! You will hear from Nathan and Thomas, Sam Soholt- owner of Public Land Tee's (www.publiclandtees.com), Shannon Waters- owner of Gastrognome Freeze Dried Backcountry meals(www.gastrognomemeals.com), Matthew Weaver also with Gastrognome, Josh Hillyard with First Lite (www.…
 
Hey everyone we're back with another episode, this week we're tackling the animated documentary that was nominated for best animated feature 2021. Come join our conversation as we talk about the aspirations for this film and the emotions that seeing this journey had on all of us. FB: Draw Me A Story IG: @dmas.podcast TW: @DMASpodcast Luis: @drawn2m…
 
April 30, 1982. At 40 years old, Kirsten Dunst has managed thus far a storied 37 year long career in front of the camera. From Mary Jane Watson to Marie Antoinette, the Dunst Cinematic Universe boasts no shortage of beautiful, strong and beyond mythic female archetypes portrayed by the acclaimed actress. Lending a tenderness and self-awareness to e…
 
From haunting minimalist melodies to an almost overwhelming mix of synths and techno rhythms, Nils Frahm is one of the piano’s most interesting practitioners.He's spent the pandemic-induced pause going back through his archives and finding musical friends—old and new—to share.Ahead of his return to Sydney for his first concert since 2019, Nils talk…
 
Join Frank and Peter as they look at another investigator in Arkham Horror: this time, the token-manipulating, thread-cutting, future-rewriting clairvoyant Jacqueline Fine. What does she do, how does she do it and is it any good? Amazing logo courtesy of this guy Join Drawn to the Flame on Patreon: www.patreon.com/drawntotheflame Buy Drawn to the F…
 
Ferruccio Furlanetto is one of the world's greatest operatic basses.Over five decades, Furlanetto has stamped his authority on the works of Verdi and Mozart with his powerful voice and impressive stage presence.In the Drawing Room, he looks back over his career so far, and talks about taking on the role of Mefistofele.…
 
As a worker, a theatre producer, an activist, and a businessman, William Onus was a tireless campaigner for the rights of his people in Australia, and a leader for the referendum that saw Australia's Indigenous peoples finally counted as people in their own country.He was also, perhaps, the first Aboriginal filmmaker.A new documentary, Ablaze, begi…
 
A good photo can capture the mood of a moment, but a great photograph tells us something deeper: it layers history and emotion and can change our understanding of the world.When Covid broke out in New York, Philip Montgomery was in the public hospitals and the funeral homes, capturing the moment.When protests broke out over the death of black men a…
 
This week we are talking office gear. All three of us use our gear in different ways, between video, photography and design. We discuss what gear we love, why we love it, how we use it and what would we add if we could. We discuss Macs, keyboards, tablets, software, audio and what happens when stuff goes wrong!…
 
When your child comes out to you as trans, there's a lot that goes through your mind. Parenting is a tough job at the best of times, but add your child’s gender dysphoria and the social and cultural expectations and attitudes on top of that, and parenting changes a gear very quickly. Yes, we need to protect trans kids, but in doing that we also nee…
 
His beautiful voice and remarkable cover versions brought him a devoted following online, but it's his own songs that have turned Teddy Swims into a burgeoning superstar, with a sound that's a throwback to the classic moments of soul.In the Drawing Room, Teddy Swims talks about his path to music and the promises he's made and kept, to himself and t…
 
How much say should corporations have in our fundamental rights as a society?And whether or not you agree with the stands they take, are there dangers in letting businesses be in a position to dictate our moral choices?In the Drawing Room, Professor Carl Rhodes discusses his book, Woke Capitalism, and the problems that occur when governments cede t…
 
Join Peter and Frank as they look at another investigator in Arkham Horror: this time, the wrench-wielding, damage-soaking, enemy-bashing mechanic Daniela Reyes. What's good about her? How do you work with 1 intellect? What about Malfunction?! Amazing logo courtesy of this guy Join Drawn to the Flame on Patreon: www.patreon.com/drawntotheflame Buy …
 
Mike Hendley shares a sketchbook tour on Instagram and talks about some of his entries in his perpetual journal. Mike visits a local tulip festival to create some sketchbook entries outside. Inspired by the outdoor experience, Mike does an overview of his current plein air/urban sketching set-up. He covers everything from where to sit, what tools w…
 
Mike Hendley shares a sketchbook tour on Instagram and talks about some of his entries in his perpetual journal. Mike visits a local tulip festival to create some sketchbook entries outside. Inspired by the outdoor experience, Mike does an overview of his current plein air/urban sketching set-up. He covers everything from where to sit, what tools w…
 
Every year there are a handful of books that cross from literary masterpiece into cultural touchstone.Hanya Yanagihara's second novel, A Little Life, was one of those novels and catapulted her onto the world stage.Her latest work, To Paradise, takes readers into relationships in the present, the future and an alternate imagined past of America and …
 
Sometimes one decision can completely change the trajectory of your life! That’s what happened to Natalia Cardona Puerta when she decided to follow her dreams of being an illustrator and uproot her life in Colombia. In this episode, I chat with Colombian illustrator Natalia Cardona Puerta who creates colorful and playful illustrations inspired by h…
 
False memory isn't a subject you hear much about. If you haven't heard about it, consider yourself lucky. Its impact on the individuals involved and their families can be catastrophic, not to mention the cost to the justice system. Psychiatrist, Paul R McHugh, describes false memory as “a condition in which a person’s identity and interpersonal rel…
 
Bible verse for today's show: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it. Matthew 7:14 Buy my book of poetry Jaundiced View featuring the poem "Understand on Amazon.com. Love healing hearts, Shirah Chante Relationship Artist저자 Shirah Chante
 
In this week's episode, Martin Darkside returns to the podcast to discuss his upcoming solo show, "The Night Library," at Skull & Snake Tattoo and Gallery in North Berwick, Maine. We also chat about evolution as an artist, the starving artist trope and much more. The theme song "Motivation For The Everyday Artist" was written and recorded by Shane …
 
The Archibald is perhaps the most significant art prize in this country, capturing the public's attention each year with a collection of brilliant paintings that showcase the diverse potential of the portrait.The 2022 winner is Blak Douglas, for his painting of Wiradjuri artist Karla Dickens.In the Drawing Room, Blak shares his path to portraits an…
 
From the start, Camp Cope have won over fans with their open-hearted songs about love, loss, sex, and sexism.Their latest release, Running With The Hurricane, is a gentler record, released at a time when we could all use a little gentleness, but of course, it's no less honest.In the Drawing Room, Georgia McDonald and Kelly Hellmrich discuss origin …
 
Matt Greer and David Forrest are joined by Reiss Haldane and Jamie McDonald for a bumper end-of-season episode. We discuss our play off loss over two legs to Inverness, chew over the recent departures from the club, rate each player out of 10 for the season, dish out our end-of-season awards, try and ascertain the turning point of our season and lo…
 
History is a complicated thing: a single moment can be told in many different ways, and the stories that build from those moments can shape our place in the world. Danie Mellor has been working with those diverging narratives of history over his last several collections, and his latest, redux, part of the Photo 2022 exhibition, places the audience …
 
Wagner's Lohengrin is a fantastical romance of epic proportions: a story of love, deception, and faith. Elsa is accused of fratricide and prays for a knight to save her. That prayer is answered when Lohengrin appears, but his help is far from unconditional.Emily Magee is an acclaimed soprano, who has played the role around the world. In the Drawing…
 
We welcome the lovely diane gibbs to the show this week, host of creatives ignite podcast and the only person I know who can connect people like a super power! We first met at Creative South conference and been great friends ever since. When you’ve listened, please go and say hi to diane and check out her amazing podcast!! Creatives Ignite Podcast …
 
The Venice Biennale is perhaps the biggest name in contemporary art: a chance for nations to showcase their best and brightest artist and for artists to represent their country on the world stage.This year, Marco Fusinato joins the list of Australian alumni with a very unusual display: a six-month long performance of guitar-based noise music and vi…
 
Welcome to our 103rd Podcast, we take a look at Shudders latest horror offering 'Virus: 32'; in our Something to Scream About section we talk about Gas stations in horror movies and on our last episode Matt picked our Movie from the vault ‘Demons’ 00:25 - Intro 05:00 - News 11:40 - ‘Virus: 32’ 38:20 - Something to Scream About 51:15 - Movie From th…
 
The hetero-normative view of family is what we mostly see represented publicly and in the media. We might hear about LGBTQ+ families, but commonly we're shown a couple or a single parent. What about polyamorous families? Can you remember the last time you saw these types of relationships on TV or in the newspaper? In this episode, Adrienne Sweetwat…
 
Mark Vincent came to Australia's attention as a fifteen year old boy on Australia's Got Talent with his version of Puccini's Nessun Dorma.Nine hit albums later, Mark's work is now inspired by his own young son. In the Drawing Room, Mark talks about his changing perspective on music and gives a peek into the process behind his cover of Dance Monkey.…
 
Episode 41: In this episode, Cathy shares her graphic novels of the year! Cathy served as a judge for the LA Times Book Prize in the Graphic Novel/Comics category, and will be talking about the nominees and winner, as well as a few other favorites that didn’t make the list. Let’s talk about some good comics! For episode citation: https://comicarted…
 
Once, not as long ago as many would like to imagine, the remains of Australia's Indigenous people were pillaged and sent around the world.Viewed as trophies, or scientific curiosities, they found their way to museums and private collections, far from Country and the families who loved them.Efforts to bring those ancestors home have become more prom…
 
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