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The Artist Next Level with Sergio Gomez
Join host Sergio Gomez in an inspiring conversation with artist Marybeth Rothman on The Artist Next Level Podcast. Discover how Marybeth found her artistic style, conquered fears about marketing and social media, and gain insights into her upcoming solo exhibition. Explore her use of vintage photographs as inspiration for her captivating mixed media artworks. Don't miss this episode packed with artistic wisdom and inspiration from a Smithsonian Institution, National Portrait Gallery, Semifinalist in the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2022. Highlights: Uncovering your unique artistic style Conquering fear and embracing marketing Using vintage photographs as creative inspiration Marybeth's upcoming solo exhibition and notable exhibitions Tune in to The Artist Next Level Podcast with Sergio Gomez and special guest Marybeth Rothman for an engaging conversation that will elevate your art career! Marybeth's website: https://www.marybethrothman.com/
In recent years, dyed-in-the-wool New Yorker Kevin Kwan, author of Crazy Rich Asians, has made Los Angeles his home. The city is rich with art, fashion and intriguing social structures, all of which are key sources of inspiration for Kevin's novels. Los Angeles has become his living and breathing studio, and going out into the city is a huge part of his creative process. In the first of several ‘deep dives' into the LA life that sustains Kevin creatively, we attend the opening of a new show (featuring the work of artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby) at the Huntington Library, Art Museum and Gardens, out in Pasadena, where the old money families of LA live.
This is what we're yapping about for episode 113. GP's week (3:10) AD's week (5:30) Time to get angry at a friend that connects to a stranger at the movie theater, Jaylen Rose hairline and Parents that now care about their children future in the last minute of the school year in CALL IT OUT! (10:00) The Arrive Exosuit has... Arrived. (20:43) A student at an Art Museum gets hungry during an artsy display of a Banana. (28:11) Quick Bits! Where we talk real news, real fast! (35:59) We're catching up with My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan, and Demon Slayer with a new segment called, Fanimé Animé. (44:43) GP has a new comic in his corner called, The Ambassadors from Image Comics. (1:09:08) Put Yo Face in This! (1:14:41) A Dose of Positive Chakra! (1:20:55) Yell outs before we head out. (1:23:11) New merch out! take a look at the store! https://www.zazzle.com/store/cilidsi For all things of the show check out the link tree. https://linktr.ee/Callitlikeidontseeit?utm_source=linktree_profile_share<sid=5846c329-b510-44c7-91f8-cb48fb42b81e
Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History
In 1682, the first Assembly of Pennsylvania and the Delaware counties met in Chester, Pennsylvania, and adopted “the Great Law,” a humanitarian code that guaranteed the people of Pennsylvania liberty of conscience. “The Great Law” created an environment that not only welcomed William Penn's fellow Quakers to Pennsylvania but also created space for the migration of other unestablished religions, such as the Lutherans, Schwenkfelders, and Moravians. Paul Peucker, an archivist and the Director of the Moravian Archives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, joins us to investigate the establishment of the Moravian Church in North America. Paul is the author of many articles, essays, and books about the Moravians and their history, including Herrnhut: The Formation of a Moravian Community, 1722-1732. Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/356 Join Ben Franklin's World! Subscribe and help us bring history right to your ears! Sponsor Links Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Eddie Arning: Artist Exhibition at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg Complementary Episodes Episode 025: Jessica Parr, Inventing George Whitefield Episode 075: Peter Drummey, How Archives Work Episode 134: Spence McBride, Clergymen and the Politics of Revolutionary America Episode 135: Julie Holcomb, Moral Commerce Episode 173: Marisa Fuentes, Colonial Port Cities and Slavery Episode 214: Christopher Grasso, Skepticism & American Faith Episode 311: Kate Carte, Religion and the American Revolution Listen! Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Amazon Music Ben Franklin's World iOS App Ben Franklin's World Android App Helpful Links Join the Ben Franklin's World Facebook Group Ben Franklin's World Twitter: @BFWorldPodcast Ben Franklin's World Facebook Page Sign-up for the Franklin Gazette Newsletter
The Krewe grabs an eki-ben and hops on a Shinkansen to explore the prefecture of Hiroshima with their special guest Joy Jarman-Walsh (who listeners may also know as JJ Walsh). Long-time Hiroshima resident, Joy co-founded GetHiroshima, founded Inbound Ambassador, and is the host of the Seek Sustainable Japan Podcast. She shares with the Krewe her depth of knowledge in all topics pertaining to what Hiroshima has to offer. If you've ever had the desire to visit and learn more about Hiroshima, this is the episode for you!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Joy Jarman-Walsh ------Seek Sustainable Japan YouTube ChannelSustainable Travel Japan Online Courses (2023)JJWalsh's PatreonSeek Sustainable Japan Podcast (Audio Only)Inbound Ambassador WebsiteInbound Ambassador on InstagramJoy Jarman-Walsh on LinkedInInbound Ambassador on Facebook@JJWalsh on TwitterJJWalsh Newsletter on SubstackJJWalsh Articles on Medium
On April 11, 1973, a Picasso was stolen from the St. Louis Art Museum in broad daylight. Never heard about it? Well, now there's a book about it. KMOX's Scott Jagow goes in depth. For his entire interview go TIAM Weekend podcast page.
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The Artist Next Level with Sergio Gomez
In episode #340 of The Artist Next Level Podcast, host Sergio Gomez and guest Drew Harris discuss the topic of reinventing ourselves as artists. Both artists share their personal experiences of facing obstacles and hardships in their careers, and how they were able to use those experiences as opportunities to pivot and reinvent themselves. Throughout the podcast, Sergio and Drew engage in a fun and captivating chat about the power of change and how it can lead to new and unexpected opportunities. They delve into the importance of being open to new experiences and taking risks in order to push past creative boundaries. Listeners will be inspired by Sergio and Drew's candid and relatable stories of overcoming challenges in their artistic journeys. They will also gain valuable insights and tips for how to navigate the ups and downs of the art world and emerge stronger and more resilient. Whether you're an emerging artist just starting out or a seasoned professional looking for fresh inspiration, episode #340 of The Artist Next Level Podcast offers an engaging and informative discussion on the transformative power of reinventing ourselves as artists. Learn how we can hep you grow your art career by visiting www.theartistnextlevel.com
Wanyi Jiang, the creative director for JVN Hair (and one of Jenn's best friends!) plays co-host this week while Jess is on spring break. Wanyi explains how she uses painting techniques to apply makeup, why polyglutamic acid serum is her makeup secret, and her approach to beauty-product packaging. Then, she and Jenn analyze the news: L'Oréal acquiring Aesop; home fragrances inspired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art; new bronzers from Pat McGrath Labs; and more. Plus, we raise wands to mascaras, a must-try foundation, and a candle that smells like “intense emotions.”Products mentioned in this episode: shopmy.us/collections/150149Episode recap with links: fatmascara.com/blogSponsor links & discount codes: fatmascara.com/sponsorsPrivate Facebook Group: Fat Mascara Raising a WandSocial media: @fatmascara, @jessicamatlin, @jenn_editSubmit a "Raise A Wand" product recommendation and be featured on the show: email email@example.com or leave a voicemail at 646-481-8182 Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/fatmascara. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today on Daybreak, we cover a resignation from USG, the seizure of 11 pieces from the University Art Museum, a leak of classified military information to the internet, and the ruling on abortion pills in Texas.
The Artist Next Level with Sergio Gomez
In today's show, we dive deep into the creative process and business aspects of developing a successful art series, featuring a special guest – the talented and accomplished artist, Drew Harris. Together, Sergio and Drew share their unique insights and experiences on how to create a cohesive body of work that captures the attention of both art enthusiasts and collectors. They also discuss the logistics of taking your art series on the road. Whether you're a seasoned artist or just starting out on your creative journey, this episode is packed with invaluable advice, personal anecdotes, and behind-the-scenes stories that will inspire you to take your art series to the next level. Don't miss out on this engaging conversation between two passionate and successful artists – tune in now!
Greetings from Tallinn, Estonia! Flo Kasearu is an artist who lives and works in Tallinn, Estonia at the Flo Kasearu House Museum. Flo transformed her home into an interactive monument to her body of work. Though trained as a painter, she often uses performative arts and video as her artistic mediums. I met Flo at her fascinating home museum to talk about her life in the museum, her years of creating art, the art scene in Estonia, and much more. Check out Flo Kasearu: http://www.flokasearu.eu/ https://www.instagram.com/flokasearu/ More from TVTV: https://linktr.ee/thevoyagesoftimvetter
Happiness Spells: 5 Minute Lists of Happy Things for Increasing Gratitude, Reducing Stress, Sleep, Meditation, Anti-Anxiety
Visiting the art museum can be such a beautiful experience -- let me tell you all about it. Happiness Spells is a unique audio experience designed to evoke positive emotions and provide a sense of calm and well-being. It's a five-minute compilation of various joyful and meaningful moments, accompanied by gentle music. From serious to lighthearted, and it aims to evoke personal connections, bringing a sense of joy and tranquility to the listener. By using headphones and immersing yourself in the experience, you can take a break from the stresses of daily life and appreciate the beauty and joy in everyday moments. This short, soothing audio experience can serve as a form of self-care, fostering mindfulness and promoting an overall sense of well-being. This episode of Happiness Spells was written, arranged, recorded and produced by Amanda Meyncke in Southern Maine. The music in this episode is by Chris Zabriskie, used under a cc license. Find Happiness Spells on Instagram or visit our site to send me a message.
To kick off Season 10 of Strategy Simplified, enjoy this McKinsey first round case interview example. Management Consulted coach and former BCG Project Leader Alessandro Furlotti leads a PhD candidate through a tough round 1 case study.The case features an art institution in Singapore looking to counteract a decrease in government funding through an increased focus on commercial activities.Are you ready for your case interview? Find out by taking this free 1min quiz!Relevant LinksExhibits from the caseBlack Belt: structured case prep program30sec podcast survey: Tell us what you want to hearVolunteer for live casePartner LinksLearn more about IGS careersExplore Stax careersConnect With Us Follow Management Consulted on LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok for the latest updates and industry insights. Email the Strategy Simplified team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or feedback. Partner with us by sponsoring an episode or advertising on Strategy Simplified. Check out our Media Kit for more information.
What if virtually anyone could go see Van Gogh's Starry Night or Picasso's Guernica? Today you can't bc they live in NYC and Madrid (respectively). But what if every major city had a museum filled with exact reproductions of these great works of art?In today's episode, Braus, Scot, and a guest Jonah Burns (an artist and the composer and producer of SFM intro music) discuss the idea of these doppelgänger museums. What value are they to local artists? To the public? To the history of art? To future artists? Help these new solutions spread by ... Subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts Leaving a 5-star review Sharing your favorite solution with your friends and network (this makes a BIG difference) Comments? Feedback? Questions? Solutions? Message us! We will do a mailbag episodes.Email: email@example.comAdam: firstname.lastname@example.orgScot: @scotmaupin Thanks to Jonah Burns for the SFM music.
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Roberto Lugo enrolled in his first pottery class when he was 25. As he honed his skills, he saw ceramics as a way to pay homage to underrepresented people of color.
How can you make a career out of your passion? On this week's episode of the 33 Tangents podcast, Jason and Jim are joined by Shai Dahan. Shai is an American contemporary painter and street artist living in Sweden He is also the illustrator of the book “A Is For Analytics”. Some of Shai accomplishments include: In July 2012, Shai received recognition for his solo exhibition at the Borås Art Museum in Sweden. He was later featured as the opening keynote speaker at TEDx Göteborg in October 2012. In 2019, Shai painted Sweden's largest outdoor mural in Ryavallen stadium which is over 950 square meters. The mural was painted as part of the European Athletics U20 Championships. Shai was been awarded as Ambassador of the city of Borås on June 29, 2019. He has also been named one of Borås 40 Under 40 Most Successful People. On October 5, 2019 Shai completed The World's Largest Dala Horse (Dalahäst) in the Lower East Side of New York City. The mural of the Dalecarlian Horse has been measured to be 18 meters (59 feet) high, which has been considered to be the World's Largest Dala Horse artwork as of 2019. Where to find Shai: Shai's keynote presentation at TEDx Gotenborg Instagram THANK YOU We know your time is limited, so it means a lot to us that you would spend some of your time with us. If you have found this episode to be valuable, we would appreciate if you would share it. And if we are getting you hooked, don't forget to subscribe, like, and recommend on your favorite podcast platform. WHERE TO LISTEN The 33 Tangents video simulcast is now available on YouTube Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Google Podcasts Listen on TuneIn Listen on Amazon Music WHERE TO FIND US Website: www.33sticks.com Email: Podcast@33sticks.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/33Sticks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/33sticks/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8KUpp_LygXotCrKgR9ZoBg
We look at a new study that shows a surprising trend in Millennials health care needs. We learn about a partnership between Black Space, which offers therapy for Black and Brown people, and the Milwaukee Art Museum. Plus, we meet the new Wisconsin Poet Laureate.
The Spencer Museum of Art has a new gallery and curators have been deliberate in their selection of more diverse artwork — and an unexpected literary twist. Plus: The Kansas City jazz community is mourning the sudden loss of Ronald McFadden, legendary tap-dancer and musician and one half of the McFadden Brothers.
What is your intention in looking at great art? How to better achieve that goal.
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It has been a fairly well-kept secret in Annapolis for years! Did you know we have an American Alliance of Museums-certified art gallery right here in town? Well, we do, and it was called the Mitchell Gallery. Was? After a two-year closure due to COVID, it is back with a vengeance and a new name-- The Mitchell Art Museum at St. John's College. Today, we speak with Peter Nesbett the new Director of the museum about what's been happening over the past two years, what will be happening when it opens up on February 17th, and what he envisions for this hidden gem nestled in the middle of the the St. John's College campus! Fascinating. Exciting. Artistic! Have a listen! LINKS: Mitchell Art Museum (Website) Mitchell Art Museum (Facebook) Mitchell Art Museum (Instagram)
On this episode of the Free To Bmore Podcast, we feature Jenenne Whitfield, the recently appointed Director of the American Visionary Art Museum. Her work with the Heidelberg Project in Detroit has achieved international recognition as one of the most influential arts movements in the world.
Today, we cover new protections in New Jersey for temp workers, an earthquake in Turkey and Syria, and a ‘Prince' feature on sustainability and the art museum.
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“Something that I am passionate about because we get it so wrong is; How we value and remunerate our work?”_________If you've been lucky enough to travel to Uluru and see the breathtaking light installation at the base of the monolith you'll be excited to meet my guest today! The ‘Field of Light' as that art installation is known, was a project that initially was only going to showcase for a few short months but has become so popular that it's been extended time & again. It truly is a breathtaking sight. The Field of Light is the brainchild and magical work of British artist Bruce Munro who is very well-known for producing large immersive light-based installations in many locations around the world. These dynamic exhibitions are made up of thousands of components and incredible logistic feats in their own right - let alone being so beautiful and bringing so much joy to all those that see them. Bruce is an artistic diarist, who has spent over 30 years collecting and recording ideas and images in his sketchbooks, which he returns to over time as source material. Language, literature, science, and music have also greatly influenced his work. Frequently, Bruce's subject matter is his own experience of fleeting moments of rapport with the world and existence in its largest sense of being part of life's essential pattern. His reoccurring motif is the use of light on an environmental scale in order to create an emotional response for the viewer. Bruce completed a B.A. in Fine Arts at Bristol in 1982. Shortly after he moved to Sydney where he worked in design and lighting, inspired by Australia's natural light and landscape. Returning to England in 1992 he settled in Wiltshire, but his love for Australia was never lost and it was fitting when he finally got to realise his dream to light up the Central desert in such a magical way. Bruce's work has been shown at Museums and Botanical Gardens internationally, notably, Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Waddesdon Manor for the Rothschild Collection, Buckinghamshire; Beyond Limits 2016 for Sothebys at Chatsworth House; Messums, Wiltshire and the Heide Museum of Modern Art in Melbourne. His work Field of Light continues to be exhibited at Uluru, NT, Australia, Sensorio, California, USA and at the LBJ Wildflower Centre in Austin, TX, USA. Bruce's work is held in private and public museum collections internationally including Cheekwood Garden and Art Museum, TN, the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford and Texas Tech University TX.Whilst he's a global superstar in this world as his work has been featured at Museums and Botanical Gardens internationally, it was Bruce's down to earth manner and sheer love of creativity and the process that I remembered fondly the first time I met him all those years ago. I'm so happy to be sitting down with him once again. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did - Bruce is such a wonderful being and brings such joy to the world.For more information about Bruce, check out these places;-Website: www.brucemunro.co.uk Instagram: @brucemunrostudioFacebook: @brucemunrostudioHead to michellejcox.com for more information about the ONE QUESTION podcast, your host or today's guestsConnect with Michelle on Linkedin here:- @MichelleJCoxConnect with Michelle on Instagram here:- @michellejcoxConnect with Michelle on Facebook here - @michellejcoxAND, if you have a burning topic you'd love people to talk more about, or know someone who'd be great to come on the One Question podcast, please get in touch;- email@example.com
Jenenne Whitfield became president of The Heidelberg Project in 2017. Under her direction, The Heidelberg Project (founded by Tyree Guyton) has risen to international prominence and is currently recognized as one of the most influential art environments in the world. Her leadership and commitment have enabled the project to extend its reach by participating in joint projects with museums, universities and other organizations throughout the world. Together, Whitfield and Guyton coined and trademarked the idiom, Heidelberg-ology, defined as the study of discarded materials incorporated into the fabric and structure of an urban community and the effects on that community. Under Whitfield's leadership, the work of the HP spans six continents and has collected over 27 awards, locally, nationally and internationally.In addition to her role as executive director of The Heidelberg Project, Whitfield lectures regularly, has taught courses at Wayne State University and the University of Michigan on art as a social practice, and serves as a mentor to the next generation of art thinkers and activists. She is also co-founder of a new art collective in Detroit called United Artists of Detroit (UAD).Rebecca Alban Hoffberger stated: “From idea to sustained fruition, the American Visionary Art Museum has occupied more than half my life. Without reservation, and with unanimous AVAM Board and staff accord, I have the utmost peace and joy in our rightful selection of Jenenne Whitfield as my successor.”About the AVAMThe American Visionary Art Museum—a Congressionally-designated national museum and education center dedicated to showcasing intuitive, self-taught artistry and thought—welcomes only its second director in its 30+-year history with the appointment of Jenenne Whitfield by the Board of Directors to succeed Founder, Director and Primary Curator Rebecca Alban Hoffberger. Ms. Whitfield was previously the President & CEO of The Heidelberg Project and worked with the Detroit-based outdoor artistic organization for 28 years. Ms. Whitfield formally takes-up her new role with AVAM in September, 2022.Interview conducted in October 2022.The Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture. To find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory. Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episodeThis season of The Truth in This Art podcast is generously supported by The Gutierrez Memorial Fund and The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation. The Robert W. Deutsch Foundation invests in innovative people, projects, and ideas that improve the quality of life in Baltimore and beyond. The Gutierrez Memorial Fund was established in the spring of 2010, to honor the life of artist, visionary and community leader, John K. Gutierrez. The Gutierrez Memorial Fund is committed to supporting arts organizations and individual artists who are residents of Maryland and whose programs or projects serve Maryland communities. Thank you to both of these foundations for their support and making this season possible. ★ Support this podcast ★
Campfire Conversation: The discussion begins with an unofficial list of the 10 most photographed places in Wisconsin. They include Lambeau Field, the State Capitol, Holy Hill, downtown Milwaukee and the Art Museum, Grandad's Bluff in La Crosse, Devil's Lake State Park (specifically Balanced Rock and the Devil's Doorway), sandstone cliffs of the Wisconsin Dells, and more. Apurba noted numerous state parks, historic mills, underwater shipwrecks, and some state natural areas including Pewit's Nest near Baraboo and Fonferek's Glen south of Green Bay. Blaze chimed in with several Madison suggestions such as the Union Terrace and Picnic Point, the Chippewa Flowage in the North Woods, Bayfield and the Apostle Islands, and even a picturesque supper club with a unique interior on a lake near Tomahawk. Katie added Wisconsin's highest point, Timms Hill, along with more state parks, lighthouses that dot the Lake Michigan and Superior coasts, Cave of the Mounds, and a Milwaukee basilica. Visit Lake Geneva; Winterfest and the U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championships are coming to Lake Geneva February 1st-5th! Check out amazing, artistic creations from snow and ice crafted by teams from around the nation by the beautiful Riviera Ballroom on the shores of Geneva Lake. Enjoy incredible shopping, food, and fun as you marvel at ice sculptures throughout the downtown area, too. Find out more at VisitLakeGeneva.com! Cabin Merch: The Cabin has some great t-shirts, mugs, and stickers and the lineup of Discover Wisconsin gear is fantastic. Order online at shop.discoverwisconsin.com and use the code CABIN for 15% off sitewide!Marshfield Clinic; All of Us Research Program; https://bit.ly/3klM56E
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Episode 529: Listen as Rory Padeken, curator of the Denver Art Museum and I talk about differing perceptions of art as well as the Disruption exhibition which goes until Jan 29, 2023. There is still a week left. You don’t want to miss this! If you are in the Denver area, take a selfie and […] The post My chat with Rory Padeken of the Denver Art Museum about the Disruption exhibition appeared first on Let's Talk Art With Brooke.
Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast
In this week's episode of Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast, host Jon Steinberg shares his list of 10 art museums to visit in the Southern California sprawl. His list includes: the Orange County Museum of Art in Costa Mesa, the Bakersfield Museum of Art in Bakersfield, The Fresno Art Museum in Fresno, the Laguna Beach Art Museum in Laguna Beach, the San Diego Museum of Art in Museum, the Palm Springs Museum of Art in Palm Springs, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in Santa Barbara, the Museum of Latin Art in Long Beach, LACMA in Mid-Wilshire and the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena.Instagram: @livinginthesprawlpodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: www.livinginthesprawlpodcast.comCheck out our favorite CBD gummy company...it helps us get better sleep and stay chill. Use code "SPRAWL" for 20% off. https://www.justcbdstore.com?aff=645Check out Goldbelly for all your favorite US foods to satisfy those cravings or bring back some nostalgia. Our favorites include Junior's Chessecakes from New York, Lou Malnati's deep dish pizza from Chicago and a philly cheesesteak from Pat's. Use the link https://goldbelly.pxf.io/c/2974077/1032087/13451 to check out all of the options and let them know we sent you.Use code "SPRAWL" for (2) free meals and free delivery on your first Everytable subscription.Support the podcast and future exploration adventures. We are working on unique perks and will give you a shout out on the podcast to thank you for your contribution!Living in the Sprawl: Southern California's Most Adventurous Podcast is on Podfanhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/sprawl Support the show
We learn about the history of mental health care in Milwaukee and how it's changed over decades. Then, we explore the rise in true crime media and learn why people are so drawn to the subject. We speak with the new chief curator at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Plus, we hear from the first batboy for the Milwaukee Brewers on his new book, The Luckiest Boy In the World.
Joe Williams, the Director of Native American Programs for the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, hosts a podcast called 5 Plain Questions, which poses five general questions to Indigenous artists, creators, musicians, writers, and culture bearers. MPR News Host Cathy Wurzer talks with him about the show.
Sakari Kannosto (Finnish, b. 1973) is a multimedia artist working in Helsinki, Espoo and Vantaa Finland, with a primary focus on ceramic sculptures and large-scale installations. His fantastical and figurative creatures are inspired by fables, Greek mythology, and Finnish folklore. As he sculpts part human, part mermaid, part animal beings, he references the Finnish myth that animals can shape shift, traveling between worlds as protectors. Imbued with whimsy and humor, Kannosto's work is also underscored by a deep environmental consciousness. By reimagining a future where humans unite with nature to create adaptive, survivalist families, Kannosto addresses the potentially disastrous environmental consequences brought on by the industrialized world. For Kannosto, clay is crucial to the actualization of his work. As an ancient medium, it has long been a conduit for coded information. He continues in this vein, luring magic out of the clay as he creates a cast of creatures for modern fairytales. There is something deeply hopeful here. Kannosto graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts of Helsinki in 2005. In 2014 he was granted an honorary award for environmental education due to his work as a lecturer and educator. After completing an artist in residence at the Arabia Art Department in Helsinki, he became a permanent member of the department in January of 2020 and is now the chairman of the board. He is a Lecturer of Fine Arts at Omnia in Espoo, and has exhibited widely. Notably, his work can be found in the collections of the National Museum of Finland and the Art Museum of Tampere. SAKARI KANNOSTO (Finnish, b.1973) Oracle, 2022 Glazed stoneware 59" H x 23.625" W x 23.625" D SAKARI KANNOSTO (Finnish, b.1973) Justitia (Mother Justice), 2022 Glazed stoneware 33.5" H x 33.5" W x 15.75" D SAKARI KANNOSTO (Finnish, b.1973) The Inflexible, Siren V, 2022 Glazed stoneware 47.25" H x 12.625" W x 9" D
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In this episode, Jared & Stephen discuss the latest Generation Z photo trend, Jared's trip to the Art Museum with his Dad, first grade teachers & more! Text us with any thoughts and questions regarding this episode at 313-710-9729. This is RAWtalk Episode 030!
The federal government is terminating its contract with the Yuba County Jail for detaining immigrants. A pilot program in Sacramento County is helping low-income homeowners with the “green energy” transition. Crocker Art Museum provides a preview of their upcoming exhibit featuring Lee Alexander McQueen and Ann Ray. ICE ends contract with Yuba County Jail
Katie The Traveling Lactation Consultant
Philadelphia just got a great new pediatric dental practice, Philadelphia Pediatric Dentistry with Dr Maria Cordero-Ricardo. As an experienced and patient teacher, Dr Maria spent the last 10 years in academia teaching and guiding dental students in all the ways of infant oral health and tongue tie. Now that she is in private practice, Dr Maria is passionate about her office being a calm environment for all (low sensory, calm lighting, great spots for parents to sit and very calming presence). Infant oral health, and habits that parents can adopt before the child turns 3 are rarely discussed, but in her office it's a priority for Dr Maria. She knows an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, for oral health and tongue tie! Listen as Katie Oshita and Dr Maria discuss this and more in Ep 35.Podcast guest: As a mom, pediatric dentist, biomedical engineer, and dental school faculty, Dr. Maria offers families a uniquely tailored approach to children's dental care. She earned her Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. She went on to complete her specialized Pediatric Dentistry Residency at The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.She is a board-certified pediatric dentist with a deep commitment to promoting children's oral health through nutrition, wellness, prevention, and a focus that includes lactation and infant oral health support. Dr. Maria has extensive pediatric experience in treating children of all ages and has taught hundreds of dental students and residents over the last decade.Beyond serving families, Dr. Maria describes herself as “a joyful wife and mother of 2 living in the Art Museum neighborhood of Philadelphia. I feel gratitude for living in Philadelphia today and love exploring the museums and green spaces with my family and neighbors.”Podcast host: Katie Oshita, RN, BSN, IBCLC has over 22 years of experience working in Maternal-Infant Medicine. Katie is a telehealth lactation consultant believing that clients anywhere in the world deserve the best care possible for their needs. Being an expert on TOTs, Katie helps families everywhere navigate breastfeeding struggles, especially tongue tie and gut/allergy related issues. Email email@example.com or www.cuddlesandmilk.com
The Denver Post published a blockbuster three-part investigation last week, unveiling the spokes of an international criminal conspiracy with Denver as a key hub — the Denver Art Museum, in fact. Their fifth floor Bunker Gallery is so-named for Emma C. Bunker, “The Scholar,” as she was known in court papers connected to the scheme. From her Denver home, she validated and elevated the false claims of Douglas Latchford, an art dealer and collector who trafficked in priceless relics looted from southeast Asia. Producer Paul Karolyi talks to reporter Sam Tabachnik, who investigated the story for more than a year, including on the ground in Cambodia and Thailand. Paul mentioned the new venue for Frozen Dead Guy Days and Denver's laudatory efforts to replace lead water pipes. For even more news from around the city, subscribe to our morning newsletter Hey Denver by texting “Denver” to 66866 Follow us on Twitter: @citycastdenver Leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418 Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sneha Shrestha is an artist, educator and social entrepreneur from Kathmandu, Nepal. She established Nepal's first Children's Art Museum and worked at Artists for Humanity. Sneha recently graduated from Harvard Graduate School of Education with a Master's degree in Education. Sneha is also known as IMAGINE in the art world and has established herself as Nepali street artist meshing the Nepali alphabet and the Boston graffiti scene. Imagine has redefined the Nepali alphabet and given it a new identity through graffiti. Being the first to mesh American Graffiti with Nepali Alphabets, she has shown her work in several exhibitions, commissioned works and public walls around the world including Boston, San Francisco, Bali, Istanbul, Geneva and Copenhagen. On today's episode, Sneha joins me to talk about her art and her entrepreneurial journey including managing her money as an artist and creative entrepreneur. Also mentioned in today's episode: Sneha's background 1:10 Learning fast and failing fast for success 8:17 Perfectionism and why it's holding you back 20:13 How street art is different than gallery art 26:24 What Sneha has found most useful when managing her money as an artist 32:04 If you enjoyed this episode, please rate, review and share it! Links: https://www.imagine876.com/ https://www.instagram.com/imagine876/ https://www.sunlighttax.com/deductionsguide https://go.sunlighttax.com/register
Napoleon once stole several of its panels. The Nazis; they took the whole thing. The Ghent Altarpiece, also known as Adoration of the Mystic Lamb, has been the victim of more than a dozen crimes, including several thefts. Commissioned in the 15th century, it is, today, considered the most famous Flemish painting from the Renaissance period. Since it's completion, though, the work has been cut in half, nearly damaged in fire, and hidden in salt mines -- and part of it's still missing today. It's kind of a miracle it's made it this far through history.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Phillies Backstage with Brazer and Burgoyne
The guys interview Philly's own Smitty from Barstool Sports. Smitty talks about giving Rhys Hoskins hitting lessons, selling Philly Rob merch, sledding down the Art Museum steps and other great stories! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eden Redmond is the Institutional Giving Manager and one of the representatives of TAM WU: Tacoma Arts Museum Workers United. She graciously educates the We Art Tacoma team on the importance of union recognition and...
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What does the future hold? Apocalypse or idyll? Robots or retro tech? Artists have asked that question for millennia and responded with wildly inventive, often provocative works. Fronteras del Futuro: Art In New Mexico And Beyond at the art museum at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque brings several dozen cosmic possibilities together in one exciting, forward-focused exhibition. Encounter Culture host Charlotte Jusinski peers into this thoroughly modern future with Jadira Gurulé, the exhibit's curator, and Augustine “Gus” Romero, one of its featured artists. They discuss what it means for people of color to interact with the science fiction genre and to finally see themselves in narratives that white voices have long dominated. Fronteras del Futuro features its share of super-cool spaceship-like transport, beeping machinery, and alien figures from an arguably unnerving other world. Even so, the exhibit remains undeniably calm. That's due to an emphasis on optimism, humanity, and justice for all. Fronteras del Futuro is on view at the art museum at the National Hispanic Cultural Center through March 12, 2023. Learn more about the NHCC and plan your visit at nhccnm.org. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE EC0204: Rooted in Tradition, Focused on the Future: Celebrating The National Hispanic Cultural Center with Dr. Margie Huerta and Noël Bella Merriam Bless Me, Última Marion C. Martinez The End Is Nye Visit https://newmexicoculture.org for info about our museums, historic sites, virtual tours and more. *** Encounter Culture, a production of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, is produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Hosted by Charlotte Jusinski, Editor at El Palacio Magazine Technical Director: Edwin R. Ruiz Recording Engineer: Kabby at Kabby Sound Studios in Santa Fe Executive Producer: Daniel Zillmann Show Notes: Lisa Widder Associate Editor: Helen King Associate Producer: Alex Riegler Theme Music: D'Santi Nava Instagram: @newmexicanculture For more, visit podcast.nmculture.org.
Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis
Carol talks with Naima Keith, Vice President of Education and Public Programs at the Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA), about how to introduce children to the wonderful world of art and art museums. Naima shares practical tips for parents on how to encourage their kids to appreciate art from an early age and how to get the most out of a museum experience, even if all the little ones want to do is run around and touch the artwork! In this lively conversation Naima and Carol also dive into the realities of balancing work demands with parenting, and how to combat the pressure to “do it all.” Follow us at @GroundControlParenting and on www.groundcontrolparenting.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Katie and Steve discuss some recent art museum-related legal(ish) developments, including New York's new legislation requiring labeling of Nazi-looted art, the AAMD's long-awaited changes to its deaccessioning policy, and an unusual gift/sale of part of MoMA's collection.
Laura Erickson's For the Birds
Laura talks about her visit last month to the Leigh Yawkkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau to see the 2022 Birds in Art exhibit.
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Links:Art & Nature: https://lagunaartmuseum.org/art-nature/ Website: https://lagunaartmuseum.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lagunaartmuseum/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LagunaMuseum/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/LagunaArtMuseumThe theme of Art & Nature speaks particularly to the identity of Laguna Beach, which for over a hundred years has fostered art, the love of nature, and environmental awareness. In 1929, when the Laguna Beach Art Association built a gallery to show and sell their work, they chose a commanding location on the coastline, close to the natural wonders they loved to paint. The present museum occupies the same site. There could be no more appropriate venue in which to explore the art-nature connection.Julie Perlin Lee joined Laguna Art Museum as Executive Director in May 2021. Previously she was Executive Director at the Catalina Island Museum, and Vice President of Collections and Exhibition Development at the Bowers Museum.At Catalina Island Museum from 2016 to 2021, Lee led a period of growth including high-profile exhibitions and educational programs, and the completion of a capital project for the museum's new permanent facility which opened in 2016. At the Bowers Museum from 2008 to 2016, she procured acquisitions for the museum's permanent collection, directed research and preservation, organized exhibitions, and contributed to publications. She holds a BA in Art History, MFA in Exhibition Design, and Certificate in Museum Studies from California State University, Fullerton.
I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors
Texas based photographer and artist Letitia Huckaby joins me today to talk about her multimedia artwork that combines both photography and textiles to depict family narratives and African American history. Letitia Huckaby has a degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma, a BFA from the Art Institute of Boston in photography and her Master's degree from the University of North Texas in Denton. Huckaby has exhibited as an emerging artist at Phillips New York, the Tyler Museum of Art, The Studio School of Harlem, Renaissance Fine Art in Harlem curated by Deborah Willis, PhD, The McKenna Museum in New Orleans, the Camden Palace Hotel in Cork City, Ireland, and the Texas Biennial at Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum. Her work is included in several prestigious collections; the Library of Congress, the McNay Art Museum, the Art Museum of Southeast Texas, the Brandywine Workshop in Philadelphia, and the Samella Lewis Contemporary Art Collection at Scripps College in Claremont, California. Huckaby was a featured artist in MAP2020: The Further We Roll, The More We Gain at the Amon Carter Museum and State of the Art 2020 at Crystal Bridges Museum. Ms. Huckaby was a Fall 2020 Art Pace Artist in Residence and is represented by the Talley Dunn Gallery in Dallas. Ms. Huckaby is the Co-Founder of Kinfolk House, a collaborative project space that inhabits a 100-year-old historic home, where community and art converge in the predominantly Black and Latina/e/o neighborhood of Polytechnic in Fort Worth, Texas and she is Texas Artist of the Year 2022. “This project documents two residential blocks. One block is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Haskell Place in a neighborhood adjoining historic Greenwood. The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre desecrated the Greenwood neighborhood—one of the most prosperous African American communities in the early 20th century. The other residential block is located on St. Charles Street in the town of Greenwood, Mississippi—the namesake of the district in Tulsa and the birthplace of my father. For this project I traveled to both locations, documented these city blocks, and framed them together as a way to visually tie the two locations together. The images are printed onto cotton fabric and framed in embroidery hoops hinged together, to speak to the bifold frames people displayed of loved ones in their homes. At its most basic level, this project is about home and connectedness. The work speaks to the desire for a people to build a home of their own, the struggles that hinder the “American Dream” for far too many of its citizens, and a present nostalgia (living in a state that is linked heavily to the past).” LINKS: www.huckabystudios.com Instagram: @Huckabystudios https://talleydunn.com/project/letitia-huckaby/ Sponsors: https://www.artworkarchive.com/ilikeyourwork https://www.sunlighttax.com/ilyw Artist Shoutout: Lauren Cross https://www.laurenecross.com Dornith Doherty https://www.dornithdoherty.com I Like Your Work Links: Submit Your Work Check out our Catalogs! Exhibitions Studio Visit Artist Interviews I Like Your Work Podcast Say “hi” on Instagram