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Perpetual Traffic
The Future of AI & Machine Learning in Advertising

Perpetual Traffic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 39:31


In this episode of Perpetual Traffic, Kasim and Ralph explore the topic of AI and machine learning in advertising. They stress the need for training AI to make it a powerful tool for automating tasks in advertising. The importance of personal branding and being cautious when using AI is also discussed.Additionally, the dangers of AI if it's not used correctly are highlighted. Kasim and Ralph conclude by emphasizing the importance of understanding AI and machine learning and how it can be used in advertising. It's crucial for marketers to be aware of the impact of AI on their work and use it wisely to their advantage.IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:00:00:00 - Understanding the Spread of Digital Marketing Beyond the Marketing Department00:01:38 - Pioneering the Use of AI and Machine Learning in Advertising00:06:52 - Striking the Right Balance: The Benefits of Personal Branding for Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, and Employees00:11:36 - The Power of Timing: You Don't Have to be First to Succeed00:13:49 - Navigating the Midst of AI-Powered Image Creation00:16:05 - Streamlining for Success: The Impact of Efficiency on Artisans and Assembly Lines00:20:45 - The Mysterious Side of AI: Understanding the Role of AI as a Black Box00:22:43 - The Human Touch in Business: How AI Enhances Impact by Valuing People00:27:06 - Defining the Differences: AI vs. Automation - Understanding What Should Be versus What Is00:28:22 - The Benefits of Smart Automation: Understanding the Distinction between AI and Automation00:31:35 - The Advantages of "Lazy" AI Parenting: Leveraging AI for Better Parenting00:32:59 - Collaborative Intelligence: Learning from Shared ChatGPT Accounts00:35:45 - The Future of Work: Exploring the Implications of AI on Human EmploymentLINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:75 Tools for AITier 11Solutions 8 Perpetual Traffic SurveyPerpetual Traffic WebsiteFollow Perpetual Traffic on TwitterConnect with Ralph and Kasim on TwitterThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Perpetual Traffic? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!

Boardgame Mechanics
Episode 249: Our Most Anticipated Games of 2023 or Jason Got Bumped on the Head (Probably By Katie) and Was Talking Nonsense

Boardgame Mechanics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 67:20


Episode 249: Our Anticipated Games of 2023 Introduction:  News:  Serge Laget Tribute Hasbro/WotC Controversy Games played:   My Lil' Everdell Viticulture Bitoku Most Anticipated Games of 2023:  Jason 5 - Luthier Katie 5 - Maple Valley Jason 4 - Hickory Dickory Katie 4 - Ryozen Jason 3 - Skyrise Katie 3 - Age of Inventors Jason 2 - Septima Katie 2 - The White Castle Jason 1 - Unconscious Mind Katie 1 - Distilled Honorable Mentions:  Scarface 1920, The Stuff of Legend, First in Flight, Bark Avenue, Artisans, Sail Arborea, Flowar, Fika, Illiterati, Bamboo, The Potter's Apprentice, Haunticulture, Books of Time, Jerusalem Anno Domini Closing: 

Board Game Blitz
Episode 175 - Gaming from Afar

Board Game Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 24:25


Ambie and Crystal discuss a couple games they played recently, including Hunt a Killer: Body on the Boardwalk and Artisans of Splendent Vale. We then talk about gaming remotely, but with physical board games, not digital games! Make sure to check out our new Ko-Fi page! Announcements: 0:41 Recent Games: 2:17 Gaming Remotely: 12:07 Outro: 22:12 Bloopers: 23:42 Join our discord Hunt a Killer: Body on the Boardwalk: 2:17 Artisans of Splendent Vale: 7:16 Support us at https://ko-fi.com/boardgameblitz This episode was sponsored by Grey Fox Games. Use the code "BGBLITZ2023" to get 10% off your ENTIRE ORDER, including upgrades not available anywhere else! For the full show notes visit our site at http://www.boardgameblitz.com/posts/342

Passive House Podcast
Tessa Bradley + Roussa Cassel – Artisans Group

Passive House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 62:36


Passive House Podcast guest cohosts Mary James and Ilka Cassidy interview Tessa Bradley and Roussa Cassel, co-owners and principals of Artisans Group in Olympia Washington. The interview delves into women's leadership in architecture, Artisans Group's Passive House practice, the firm's exciting new project with Habitat for Humanity, and Tessa's and Roussa's distinct paths to their current collaborative leadership of the firm. Tessa's May 2020 presentation about Madison Passive House: https://passivehouseaccelerator.com/videos/tessa-smith-madison-passive-house Tessa's Episode 14 appearance on the Passive House Podcast: https://passivehouseaccelerator.com/podcast/passive-house-podcast-ep-14-tessa-smith-bradley-https-open-spotify-com-episode-5qrlqjfreotb0kbwhxopwm Tessa's appearance with Graham Irwin on a bonus Passive House Podcast episode recorded at PhiusCon 2021: https://passivehouseaccelerator.com/podcast/passive-house-podcast-ep-14-tessa-smith-bradley-https-open-spotify-com-episode-5qrlqjfreotb0kbwhxopwm Tessa's appearance on a bonus Passive House Podcast episode recorded at PhiusCon 2022: https://passivehouseaccelerator.com/podcast/bonus-episode-tessa-bradley-of-artisans-group-at-phiuscon-2022 Thank you for listening to the Passive House Podcast! To learn more about Passive House and to stay abreast of our latest programming, visit passivehouseaccelerator.com. And please join us at one of our Passive House Accelerator LIVE! zoom gatherings on Wednesdays.

The Board Game Community Show
95.Nerding Out with Ian Moss

The Board Game Community Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 86:33


Ian Moss is back! We nerd out about wrestling, podcasting, Wonderland's War, Bunkers & Badasses, Dice Kingdoms of Valeria, miniature painting, Cowboy Bebop Space Serenade, Artisans of Splendent Vale, Sleeping Gods, Pathfinder 2e, Marvel Snap, the MCU, and more! Ian Moss Twitter --- Jack Rosetree XSLRP OGL Kickstarter Page --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

La Story
Electricité : les entreprises entre bouclier et autonomie

La Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 22:26


Artisans, TPE, PME tirent la sonnette d'alarme sur l'explosion des factures d'électricité qui menace leur maintien en activité. Dans « La Story », le podcast d'actualité des « Echos », Pierrick Fay et ses invités donnent les solutions actuellement sur la table, entre le plafonnement des prix des fournisseurs et l'autoproduction d'énergie.La Story est un podcast des « Echos » présenté par Pierrick Fay. Cet épisode a été enregistré en janvier 2023. Rédaction en chef : Clémence Lemaistre. Invités : Stefano Lupieri (journaliste aux « Echos Week End ») et Sharon Wajsbrot (spécialiste de l'Energie aux « Echos »). Réalisation : Willy Ganne. Chargée de production et d'édition : Michèle Warnet. Musique : Théo Boulenger. Identité graphique : Upian. Photo : Laurent GRANDGUILLOT/REA. Sons : Weo, BFM, TF1, Les Echos Vidéos, Monsieur Seby, « En cloque, mode d'emploi » (2007). Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Le Cours de l'histoire
Comment les artisans ruraux arrivaient-ils à "joindre les deux bouts" ?

Le Cours de l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 3:34


durée : 00:03:34 - Le Pourquoi du comment : histoire - par : Gérard Noiriel - Quand sous l'Ancien Régime, les artisans ruraux avaient se déplacer pour trouver leur clientèle.

Profiles in Havok
Torie Fisher

Profiles in Havok

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 148:16


No two veteran's stories are the same. But Torie Fisher's life is one that a lot of veterans can probably relate to. After a rough initial exit from the military, Torie re-enlisted, found a job she loved…only to again leave the military under less than ideal circumstances. She founded Backward Flag Brewing Company, but very soon found herself struggling as a new business owner, recent divorcee, newly married – gay – there were a lot of big changes all happening at once. It wasn't long before the temptation to end it all was one trigger squeeze away. Yet Torie dug deeper, quit drinking heavily, focused on her daughter and focused on helping those around her. Arms 2 Artisans, her nonprofit, became a way for her to continue to serve the military community, support her brothers and sisters in arms, and allow her to pave the way for transitioning veterans to become artists, creators, and artisans. Her selfless service extended to becoming a Mental Wellness Director at Recalibrate, pursuing advanced degrees in Psychology and even working as a Veteran Advocate in local law enforcement. I wasn't simply impressed by the strength and resilience Torie continues to show, juggling so many pursuits - all targeting the transitioning/separated veteran – but also by her honesty, her transparency, and her willingness to be an example for other veterans to find their path by helping others find theirs.

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Fascinantes civilisations précolombiennes (2/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 28:49


Artisans hors pairs, les Moché (ou Mochica) manipulaient l'argile, la pierre, les coquillages, le métal avec brio. Il s'agissait de pourvoir les élites d'objets somptuaires ou rituels utilisés lors de sacrifices. Le système symbolique de représentation est unique et donne des pistes de compréhension face à cette question: pourquoi et comment les Moché s'adonnaient-ils aux sacrifices humains? Au micro de Laurent Huguenin-Elie, Steve Bourget, archéologue, responsable des collections Amériques au musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac à Paris, spécialiste du Pérou ancien et auteur de nombreux articles et ouvrages, notamment "Sexe, mort et sacrifice dans la religion mochica" (éd. Somogy éditions d'art). Photo: anneau de nez mochica en or incrusté de turquoises et de chrysocolles, Museo Oro del Perú y Armas del Mundo, Lima, Pérou. (© Manuel González Olaechea / wikimedia)

So Very Wrong About Games
#246: 2022 Year in Review

So Very Wrong About Games

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 94:44


Welcome to our year-end eleganza extravaganza! Lists are compiled. Harsh truths confronted. For example, while one generally takes a while to acclimatize to the using the new year in dates, 2022 seemed immediately apt and people switched over effortlessly. 2023 still seems weird, though--as evidenced by the fact that we forgot to change our tags for our 2023 episodes thus far! How embarrassing.Games Played Last Week:01:32 -Good Puppers (Chris Cieslik, Asmadi Games, 2021)03:21 -Woodcrafters (Ross Arnold and Vladimír Suchý, Delicious Games, 2022)06:55 -Robotech: Reconstruction (Dr. Wictz, Strange Machine Games, 2023) 12:59 -Black Rose Wars (Marco Montanaro, Ludus Magnus Studio, 2019)18:46 -Ankh: Gods of Egypt--Pharaoh (Erc M. Lang, CMON, 2021)22:53 -Age of Industry (Martin Wallace, Treefrog Games, 2010) and Age of Industry Expansion: Belgium and USSR (Clause Sirois, Self-published, 2013)29:17 -Sentinels of the Multiverse (Christopher Badell, Paul Bender, & Adam Rebottaro, Greater Than Games, 2011)30:25 -Artisans of Splendent Vale (Nikki Valens, Renegade Game Studios, 2022)37:14 -Lanzerath Ridge (David Thompson, Dan Verssen Games, 2022)40:42 Top 10s of 20221:04:44 Game of the Year 20221:07:33 Special Categories

VOIES
EP 58 - Comment deux artisans d'art vivent en famille de leur art. #pointsdevue avec Marie Gourault, bronzière et Benoît Peyrous, ébéniste.

VOIES

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 37:30


Etre artisan d'art parce qu'on peut compter sur le revenu de son conjoint n'écarte pas le désir d'en vivre le mieux possible. Mais deux artisans d'art qui vivent en famille ne laissent aucun doute sur le fait de ne compter que sur les revenus de leur art. C'est le cas de Marie Gourault et Benoit Peyrous que nous accueillons aujourd'hui. Ils vivent à Layrisse, une petite commune des Hautes-Pyrénées avec leurs deux enfants. Marie est bronzière. Elle crée des sculptures miniatures et Benoit crée du mobilier contemporain sur-mesure en bois et en acier. Cet événement s'inscrit dans la série “Je vis de mon métier et je vous explique comment” pour parler des sujets qui trop souvent sont tabous : le chiffre d'affaires, le salaire, au bout de combien de temps un artisan d'art vit de son métier ? Merci infiniment Marie et Benoit de vous être manifestés pour témoigner ! On vous souhaite une très très belle écoute ! Enfin, si vous voulez décrypter l'artisanat d'art avec nous, inscrivez-vous à notre newsletter et rejoignez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux @artisansdavenir (Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin). Et si vous avez aimé l'épisode, n'oubliez pas les 5 étoiles sur apple podcast ou Spotify ;) Si vous voulez acheter le livre "Profession artisan d'art" que nous avons écrit, il est disponible dans toutes les librairies et peut se commander depuis notre site internet. Pour devenir membre de notre association Artisans d'Avenir, c'est par ici ! Cet épisode est produit grâce à l'implication de Ville et Métiers d'Art, association qui a pour vocation de favoriser le développement et la transmission des savoir-faire d'exceptions en France.

Ça peut vous arriver
RÈGLE D'OR EXPRESS - Artisans : l'assurance est une obligation

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 1:02


Dans l'émission du mercredi 11 janvier, l'avocate de l'émission, Me Anne-Claire Moser nous explique que l'assurance pour les artisans du BTP est inévitable. En cas de non-respect, une peine de 6 mois de prison et 75 000 euros d'amende sont possibles. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

C'est ça la France
C'est ça la France - Ces artisans qui résistent à la Fève 100% Made in Asie !

C'est ça la France

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023


C'est ça la France met la lumière cette semaine sur ces artisans qui résistent à la fève 100% Made in Asie !

Les journaux de France Culture
Energie : un bouclier tarifaire pour les TPE et les artisans

Les journaux de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 14:57


durée : 00:14:57 - Journal de 22h - Bercy a négocié avec les fournisseurs d'électricité pour limiter les dégâts de l'inflation auprès des très petites entreprises : pour 600.000 établissements de moins de 10 salariés, le prix de l'énergie ne dépassera pas les 280 euros par mégawattheure. - invités : Mathias Wargon Chef des urgences SMUR de l'Hôpital Delafontaine à Saint-Denis

Le journal de 22h00
Energie : un bouclier tarifaire pour les TPE et les artisans

Le journal de 22h00

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 14:57


durée : 00:14:57 - Journal de 22h - Bercy a négocié avec les fournisseurs d'électricité pour limiter les dégâts de l'inflation auprès des très petites entreprises : pour 600.000 établissements de moins de 10 salariés, le prix de l'énergie ne dépassera pas les 280 euros par mégawattheure. - invités : Mathias Wargon Chef des urgences SMUR de l'Hôpital Delafontaine à Saint-Denis

De l'or dans les mains
Épisode 4 : Ianek Kocher, sculpteur sur pierre - Campus Patmat x De l'or dans les mains

De l'or dans les mains

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 15:24


« J'étais un mauvais élève en maths. Mais dans la taille de pierre, la géométrie est appliquée à quelque chose de concret. On fabriquait des portes, des fenêtres. Je savais à quoi correspondait chacun de mes tracés. C'était palpable et concret. Il y a une finalité, on produit quelque chose à la fin. Et ça, ça change tout. » Sculptures, pinacles, gargouilles, balustrades, corniche : Ianek Rocher restaure les frises et les décors de la chapelle Saint-Hubert qui ont été endomagés par la pluie, la pollution et le temps. Un vrai travail d'orfèvre.  Archélogue, maçon puis tailleur de pierre, Ianek nous raconte son parcours et son travail sur le chantier de la chapelle Saint- Hubert du Château royal d'Amboise.  Lorsque l'échafaudage est monté jusqu'au aux cimes de la chappelle, c'est tout le travail de ses prédécesseurs qui se dévoile sous ses yeux. Et c'est ça qui l'émeut :  découvrir le coup de patte d'un artisan des siècles précédents. Et pour cet épisode, c'est Evy qui prend le micro !   Un épisode à écouter sur toutes les plateformes (Apple podcast, Deezer, Spotify, etc) et sur le site de De l'or dans les mains www.delordanslesmains.com.    Voix : Evy Derly   Montage : Malo  de Saint Venant Musique : Oscar Meureur

Apolline Matin
C'est tous les jours Demanche : Les factures d'énergie de nombreux artisans explosent - 04/01

Apolline Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 5:35


Chaque jour, Arnaud Demanche vous dévoile trois histoires insolites de l'actualité, dans Apolline Matin, sur RMC. La matinale 100% opinions et auditeurs 3ème saison pour Apolline de Malherbe aux commandes d'Apolline Matin. Cette année, de nouvelles voix viennent rejoindre l'équipe. L'humoriste Arnaud Demanche viendra chaque matin dialoguer avec les auditeurs à 7h20 (le « 3216 d'Arnaud Demanche ») et proposera un billet d'humeur grinçant et piquant à 8h20 (« Vivement Demanche ») ! Marguerite Dumont aux journaux et Amélie Rosique pour la chronique « RMC s'engage pour vous » rejoindront également l'équipe d'Apolline Matin pour une matinale 100% info, engagée et d'opinions.

Le grand journal du soir - Matthieu Belliard
Inflation : les artisans vont-ils s'en sortir ?

Le grand journal du soir - Matthieu Belliard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 14:40


Aujourd'hui dans "Punchline", Laurence Ferrari et ses invités débattent des conséquences de la hausse de l'énergie pour les artisans français.

Artisans of Steel
Interview with Jason Morrissey

Artisans of Steel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 166:41


Thanks for listening to Episode 11 of the Artisans of Steel interview series with Jason Morrissey. I have admired Jason Morrissey's work for a very long time as he uses a lot of unconventional processes for creating unique mosaic damascus patterns. Constantly learning and advancing his craft, his patterns are so unique that they are some of the most challenging for me to puzzle out. But in them he always leaves me with something interesting to learn. I'm excited to have him on the show and delve more into his work! You can see more of Jason's work on his website here: https://www.jasonmorrissey.com/ Or on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmorrissey/ Thanks so much to this month's Super Sponsors:

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel
Aide énergétique aux artisans : le retour du quoi qu'il en coûte ?

Le grand journal du week-end - Philippe Vandel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 10:29


Toute l'actualité de la journée et de la semaine analysée et remise en perspective par Pierre de Vilno, les journalistes de la rédaction d'Europe 1, mais aussi les invités.

Money Lighthouse Podcast For Spiritual Entrepreneurs
Episode 26 Better Than A Magic Genie

Money Lighthouse Podcast For Spiritual Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 18:34


We are powerful creators. Captains of destiny. Orchestrators of majesty. Artisans of beauty. We can create what we want and we are not limited by our circumstances or a certain number of wishes to be fulfilled. That's the mystery and the beauty of choosing to be incarnated on earth. We are all in creation, manifestation, conscious-making school. It's that time of year. The in-between times. Time to look back at the past year - self-reflection, data collection, and life contemplation. Time to look forward to next year - achievement goals, fanciful wishes, and sacred desires. This episode takes a look at 5 categories to forecast, dream, and imagine into existence in your life. Download the accompanying workbook here: 2023 New Year Workbook

Mage: The Podcast
Tomes of Magick: The Artisans Handbook

Mage: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 68:22


What's the state of Enlightened technology in the 16th century? How do Craftmasons view Artificers? Adam and Terry talk sacred geometry, Ars Preclarus, and SC-era submarines in The Artisans Handbook. Show Notes The Artisans Handbook - This book Sorcerers Crusade Companion - Next book Book of Days - Changeling book of holidays and events Bog Bodies - MOAR MUMMIES Paradigms Explored: Fairy-Faith - Another paradigm book! Kithbook: Dullahan - Book on headless horsefolk Magickal Capital - Mage corporations --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mage-the-podcast/message

La France bouge - Elisabeth Assayag
La Pâtisserie numérique, fabrique des imprimantes 3D à destination des artisans

La France bouge - Elisabeth Assayag

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 7:50


Vous avez développé un produit innovant ou juste une idée audacieuse, mais vous manquez d'un cadre pour avancer ? Rejoignez les Trophées Europe 1 et rencontrez des coachs, des investisseurs ou des responsables d'incubateurs qui vous donneront toutes les clés pour réussir. Envoyez-nous votre candidature à E1-lafrancebouge@europe1.fr et vous serez peut-être bientôt sur notre antenne !

Pool Magazine - Podcasts for the Pool Industry
Discussing Foam Core Construction For Swimming Pools With Nathan Giffin - Vertical Artisans

Pool Magazine - Podcasts for the Pool Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 21:51


Foam core construction is a technique used for building structures of all types. Nathan Giffin of Vertical Artisans discusses using the technique to build pool features like grottos, waterfalls, jump rocks, and a variety of different backyard amenities. Listen in as we go one-on-one with Giffin and discuss exactly how foam core construction is being applied in the pool trade today.Guest: Nathan Giffin - Vertical ArtisansPoolCarePRO Take a free trial of PoolCarePRO, the ultimate pool management software for pool professionals.Support the show

Ça peut vous arriver
INÉDIT - Émission spéciale sur les artisans qui ne font pas les travaux le 20 décembre

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 2:38


Comme la saison passée, retrouvez en podcast un "teasing" de l'émission du lendemain avec Alain Azhar. Au micro de Capucine Trollion, le rédacteur en chef de "Ça peut vous arriver" vous dévoile certains des cas qui seront abordés par son équipe à l'antenne. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

RTL Matin
Le Défi RTL - J'ai ouvert la saison du ski à Morzine

RTL Matin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 6:12


Cette semaine, je vous emmène prendre l'air en Haute-Savoie. Direction Morzine, village de 3000 habitants, niché au cœur des Alpes, à 1000 mètres d'altitude. On n'est pas très loin de la frontière suisse, c'est entre le Mont Blanc et le Lac Léman : le domaine des Portes du Soleil. Pas question de s'y reposer, puisque ces derniers jours, les stations de ski étaient en ébullition : objectif, se tenir prêt pour faire face à l'afflux touristique des vacances de Noël... Il y avait donc un peu de boulot ! Rien que pour vous, j'ai pu prendre part aux derniers réglages avant le Jour-J.

Le journal RTL
Le Défi RTL

Le journal RTL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 6:12


Cette semaine, je vous emmène prendre l'air en Haute-Savoie. Direction Morzine, village de 3000 habitants, niché au cœur des Alpes, à 1000 mètres d'altitude. On n'est pas très loin de la frontière suisse, c'est entre le Mont Blanc et le Lac Léman : le domaine des Portes du Soleil. Pas question de s'y reposer, puisque ces derniers jours, les stations de ski étaient en ébullition : objectif, se tenir prêt pour faire face à l'afflux touristique des vacances de Noël… Il y avait donc un peu de boulot ! Rien que pour vous, j'ai pu prendre part aux derniers réglages avant le Jour-J.

Materially Speaking
Alvisé Boccanegra: Venice — A floating miracle

Materially Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 36:36


See pictures and read more on materiallyspeaking.comIn the third of our Venice series, Mike and I are meeting furniture restorer Alvisé Boccanegra who trained in restoration in the workshops of the Church of San Marco. He tells how he repaired a crucifix after Venice flooded in 2019.Alvisé's workshop is in the heart of San Polo on the ground floor of the building where he was born. Inside it smells of wood and linseed oil and there are neat shelves of brightly coloured powdered paints and a large selection of jam jars with oils and waxes.Over the years Alvisé has collected samples of wood which he keeps in his wood library. This helps him compare the density, and other features, of different woods from all over the world and understand better how to work with them.Alvisé tells of a very special project restoring a crucifix – a masterpiece by Guiseppe Torretti – which was found floating around the church of San Moisè after the aqua alta (high water) of November 2019. As he says in a Tweet (translated):Thanks to #VenitianHeritage the crucifix of #GiuseppeTorretti (18th century) of the church of San Moise was restored, damaged during the exceptional high water of 12.11.2019. It is now on display in the chapel of #PalazzoGrimani until next February.This catastrophic flood brought the second-highest waters since records began in 1923. It submerged St Mark's square, caused enormous damage to homes and artworks, and left two people dead.The photograph of this statue immersed in water was widely shared and became a symbol of the need to preserve the special, and often sacred, beauty of Venice.Alvisé explains the delicate procedure, restoring materials that are no longer frequently used like mother of pearl and tortoiseshell.

Ça peut vous arriver
LE CAS DU JOUR - Elle est obligée de se laver avec des bouteilles d'eau depuis 5 mois !

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 14:23


Catherine et sa famille sont désemparées. Depuis 5 mois, ils n'ont plus du tout d'eau dans leur maison. Ils sont obligés de se laver avec des bouteilles d'eau achetées en ville. Tout a commencé à la suite d'un dégât des eaux dans la cour de leur copropriété et depuis rien ne bouge. Objectif : le Syndic doit agir pour que Catherine retrouve l'eau à son domicile ! Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

Ça peut vous arriver
PÉPITE - La nouvelle farandole d'excuses !

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 1:08


Dans l'émission du lundi 12 décembre, la journaliste Charlotte Méritan présente une nouvelle farandole d'excuses qu'a reçu un auditeur. Quelles sont les nouvelles excuses données par l'artisan ? Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

Ça peut vous arriver
LE CAS DU JOUR - Maison jamais construite, elle doit vivre dans une caravane !

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 15:59


En septembre 2021, Séverine a signé un marché de travaux avec un constructeur pour une maison à ossature bois. Elle a réglé 96.913 € sur un prix global de 123.034 €. Sauf qu'aujourd'hui, elle doit se contenter des fondations et de quelques parpaings. L'ossature serait prête mais serait coincée ...au Kosovo. Pendant ce temps, Séverine campe dans une caravane de fortune sur son terrain. Objectif de l'émission : que l'on vienne livrer l'ossature de la maison au plus vite sans réclamer le moindre surcoût. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

Ça peut vous arriver
LA CHECKLIST - Que peut révéler un numéro Siret sur un artisan ?

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 1:45


Dans l'émission du vendredi 9 décembre, la journaliste Charlotte Méritan fait une nouvelle "Checklist". Numéro Siret, site internet... Découvrez tous les points à contrôler avant de vous lancer ! Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

Artisans of Steel
Interview with Tom Ward, JS

Artisans of Steel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 169:27


Thanks for listening to Episode 10 of the Artisans of Steel interview series with Tom Ward, JS. Currently living in Turkey, Tom is a Massachusetts born metal artist, who not only studied under JD Smith, but also has a very impressive resume of accomplishments that span the globe. Tom makes beautiful damascus swords and axes, with a lot of middle eastern influence, and he has some really killer engraving skills. I have admired his work since I started Maumasi Fire Arts, and I'm super excited to have him on the show! You can see more of Tom's work on his website here: https://www.tempestcraft.com/ Or on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/tempestcraft/ Thanks so much to this month's Super Sponsors:

Couture & Construction
Shumacher & Empowering Local Artisans with Melissa Van der Laak & Eugenia Soto

Couture & Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 40:43


Welcome to Season 5 of Couture & Construction! We are an uplifting podcast dedicated to the many different aspects of the luxury building industry.This week, for our 85th episode of the podcast, we have the delight of sitting down with 2 incredible guests from a powerhouse name of the design community! It's our pleasure to have on Melissa Van der Laak of Schumacher & Eugenia Soto of Frederic Magazine (a Schumacher sister Company).Melissa & Eugenia are the best guests and truly provide some unique experience on the topic of makers and local artisans. Their company Schumacher just opened up a one-of-a-kind  multifaceted showroom here in Nashville that also doubles as a community events center for the design community! Melissa & Eugenia discuss the importance of Schumacher's highlighting of the maker community, the supporting & collaboration of local artisans, as well as what to expect with the Nashville Schumacher showroom experience.Connect with Melissa Van der Laak:LinkedInConnect with Eugenia Soto:LinkedInCheck Out SchumacherWebsiteCompany InstagramLocal InstagramCheck Out FredericWebsiteInstagram

Whole Soul Mastery
#141 ~ Frequency Writer: December 2022 Marinades: 1-2-3 Creating Bridges from 3D Triggers to Neutrality to Quantum Creation!

Whole Soul Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 105:31


https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulmasterydonatePart 2 of this 2-Part Video Series takes a deeper dive into these powerful December 2022+ Energies and Messages.  Themes and topics covered in this marinades video include Epic Change, Quantum Creation, Truth that has been Knocking ~ Who Is Listening?, the Serpent's Dark Forest versus God's Grand Garden of Eden, a Quantum 3 Step Process for moving through 3D Triggers and into our Innate Sovereignty as Divine Creators, Partnering with Source through Conscious Breathing, Tuning our Instruments to God's Music, and Living in Incredible Times of Profound Revelations.  This is a powerful message for a powerful and epic Ascension Time.  Thank you for joining me and please share with others who would benefit from these insights and positive energies.Part 1 of this 2-Part Video Series presents the Arcturian Collective's December 2022 Energy Update via channel Marie Mohler. In this transmission, the Guides really emphasize the Power of our Conscious Breathing in All That We Create.  They delve deeper into the invitation that is summoning many of us . . . The Call To Quantumly Create in the New 5D+ Frequencies and the New 5D+ Earth.  We are the Artisans, Builders, Visioners, Leaders, Healers, and Teachers of this New Epic Ascended Earth Experience!  It IS Time To Rise!  To tune into the original transmission, click here: https://youtu.be/X_7xMhu9FVIPlease like, subscribe, and share!Interested in a Soul Reading?  Or Vibration Coaching?  More Inspirational Messages and Products?  Please visit:https://frequencywriter.com​​​​Or email: info@frequencywriter.comTo listen to more amazing podcasts and insightful broadcasts, or to make a donation, visit:  http://www.wholesoulschoolandfoundation.orgTo donate: https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulschoolandfoundationTo shop our apparel: https://www.bonfire.com/store/whole-soul-school-and-foundation/Thank you!Follow me via Whole Soul Mastery:Twitter: https://twitter.com/MasteryWholeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wholesoulmasteryRumble.com: https://rumble.com/c/c-353585​​​​UgeTube: https://ugetube.com/@wholesoulmastery​​​​Telegram: https://t.me/wholesoulmasteryTruth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@frequencywriter& https://truthsocial.com/@wholesoulmasteryTune into Frequency Writer Transmissions & Marinades, Whole Soul Mastery Podcasts with Amazing Guests, and Whole Soul School and Foundation's variety of inspiring podcasts via:Spotify, Apple iTunes, Buzzsprout, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music + other favorite podcast platforms Search:  Whole Soul Mastery or Whole Soul School and FoundationIf would like to support me and my work directly, please send donations to: https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulmasterydonateYou can also mail donations to:Marie Mohler/Whole Soul Mastery1289 Fordham Blvd., Suite 259Chapel Hill, NC 27514Every donation is appreciated! Thank you

Ça peut vous arriver
LE CAS DU JOUR - On lui livre sa maison, elle n'est même pas finie !

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 28:15


Grégory a engagé un constructeur pour lui bâtir une maison plain-pied adaptée à son handicap. Après avoir réglé plus de 130.000 €, il a fini par être livré en juin 2022 avec du retard, mais surtout avec un logement encore en chantier. Depuis, Grégory se bat en vain pour que toutes les réserves soient levées et que les défauts soient repris. Il y a urgence, car à l'aube de l'hiver, il n'a même pas de chauffage... Objectif de l'émission : que le constructeur vienne terminer dans les règles de l'art le chantier. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

WARDROBE CRISIS with Clare Press
HRH approved! A Properly Posh New Talent Ep Set in Royal Surroundings - Meet Net-A-Porter's Modern Artisans

WARDROBE CRISIS with Clare Press

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 61:19


The race offshore hollowed out the fashion and textile industries in much of Europe, the US and Australia. But if you happen to live there, chances are you've got amazing fashion skills on your doorstep but you just don't realise. While much of the infrastructure has disappeared, the talent is still there. And still coming through. When Yoox-Net-A-Porter execs visited Dumfries House, Scotland to see how The Prince's Foundation is working to inspire and upskill young people in the textiles area, they saw an opportunity: to support fashion graduates in luxury, small-batch production and produce a very special collection in the process. They called it the Modern Artisan project.This week, Clare sits down with Jacqueline Farrell, education director at Dumfries House, and three of the eight participants in this year's Modern Artisan programme - emerging designers Isabelle Pennignton-Edmead, Emma Atherton and Emily Dey.Who doesn't love a royal connection? So yes, The Crown, but this is really an Episode about process - how do the clothes we buy get made? What goes into it?If you can sew, could you do it? This is a lovely listen if you are studying fashion or want to. Or if you're teaching it. But everyone who sees designer gear only once it reaches the stores, should find this insightful.Love the show? We are proudly independent, and rely on our listeners to help us stick around. Can you share the episode on social media, or write us a glowing review in Apple podcasts?Find Clare on Instagram & Twitter. More on www.thewardrobecrisis.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Whole Soul Mastery
#140 ~ Frequency Writer: December 2022: Epic Change, Revelations, & Quantum Creation ~ Everyone & Everything Is Changing

Whole Soul Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 34:58


https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulmasterydonatePart 1 of this 2-Part Video Series presents the Arcturian Collective's December 2022 Energy Update via channel Marie Mohler. In this transmission, the Guides really emphasize the Power of our Conscious Breathing in All That We Create.  They delve deeper into the invitation that is summoning many of us . . . The Call To Quantumly Create in the New 5D+ Frequencies and the New 5D Earth.  We are the Artisans, Builders, Visioners, Leaders, Healers, and Teachers of this New Epic Ascended Earth Experience!  It IS Time To Rise!  Thank you for joining me and please share with others who would benefit from these insights and positive energies.Part 2 of this 2-Part Video Series takes a deeper dive into these powerful December 2022+ Energies and Messages.  Themes and topics covered in this marinades video include Epic Change, Quantum Creation, and Living in these Incredible Times of Profound Revelations.  The December Marinades Messages will post here on Saturday, December 3rd.  Stay tuned!Please like, subscribe, and share!Interested in a Soul Reading?  Or Vibration Coaching?  More Inspirational Messages and Products?  Please visit:https://frequencywriter.com​​​​Or email: info@frequencywriter.comTo listen to more amazing podcasts and insightful broadcasts, or to make a donation, visit:  http://www.wholesoulschoolandfoundation.orgTo donate: https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulschoolandfoundationTo shop our apparel: https://www.bonfire.com/store/whole-soul-school-and-foundation/Thank you!Follow me via Whole Soul Mastery:Twitter: https://twitter.com/MasteryWholeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wholesoulmasteryRumble.com: https://rumble.com/c/c-353585​​​​UgeTube: https://ugetube.com/@wholesoulmastery​​​​Telegram: https://t.me/wholesoulmasteryTruth Social: https://truthsocial.com/@frequencywriter& https://truthsocial.com/@wholesoulmasteryTune into Frequency Writer Transmissions & Marinades, Whole Soul Mastery Podcasts with Amazing Guests, and Whole Soul School and Foundation's variety of inspiring podcasts via:Spotify, Apple iTunes, Buzzsprout, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Google Play Music + other favorite podcast platforms Search:  Whole Soul Mastery or Whole Soul School and FoundationIf would like to support me and my work directly, please send donations to: https://give.cornerstone.cc/wholesoulmasterydonateYou can also mail donations to:Marie Mohler/Whole Soul Mastery1289 Fordham Blvd., Suite 259Chapel Hill, NC 27514Every donation is appreciated! Thank you

Materially Speaking
Gabriele Gmeiner: Venice — Walking in their shoes

Materially Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 36:06


See pictures and read more on materiallyspeaking.comIn this, the second of our Venice series, Mike Axinn and I met Austrian born shoemaker Gabriele Gmeiner who makes high quality made-to-measure shoes in her workshop at Campiello del Sol. She speaks of her craft, her journey from Austria and why she chose Venice.As we turned into Gabriele's courtyard we found her sitting at a large wooden desk by her shop window, wearing a work apron, and smiling. A shoe was jammed between her knees as she filed the base of it. In front of her were a wide selection of hammers, tapes, knives and glues.Leather ribbons were stapled on the walls and dozens of wooden handled tools were slotted inside their curves. Above her head, suspended from the ceiling, was a forest of wooden shoe lasts.Gabriele studied at Cordwainers College in London, and in Paris at the Centre Formation Technologique Grégoire for saddlery. She honed her skills over ten years working throughout Europe before she came to Italy and made her home in Venice.Every July Gabriele directs the shoemaking workshop of the Salzburg Festival making shoes to measure for opera singers and actors to support their performances.She talks us through the process of creating the perfect shoe: from measuring the client, crafting the shoe, to the final fitting. She keeps the original last and also repairs shoes, ensuring they have a long life, and that their beauty grows with wear.Gabriele talks about sustainability and explains how she tries to source sustainable cowhides from the food industry.gabrielegmeiner.cominstagram.com/gabrielegmeiner

Ça peut vous arriver
LE CAS DU JOUR - Chantiers à l'arrêt : l'avocat du professionnel vient en plateau

Ça peut vous arriver

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 22:31


Laurie a fait appel à un constructeur pour bâtir sa maison. Elle devait être livrée en 10 mois. Mais, depuis le mois d'août, son chantier est abandonné. Alors qu'elle a déjà versé près de 100.000 €, soit la moitié du prix, elle se retrouve avec seulement quatre murs parpaings. Laurie est au bord du désespoir. Tout comme d'autres familles elles-aussi passées par ce constructeur. Aujourd'hui exceptionnellement, l'avocat du professionnel vient sur le plateau ! Objectif de l'émission : que le constructeur reprenne le plus vite possible le chantier. Tous les jours, retrouvez en podcast les meilleurs moments de l'émission "Ça peut vous arriver", sur RTL.fr et sur toutes vos plateformes préférées.

The Game Design Round Table
#283 Nikki Valens Talks Artisans of Splendent Vale

The Game Design Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 51:44


Designer Nikki Valens joins Dirk and David once again to talk about a couple of Nikki's projects since they were last on the show. The discussion focuses on Artisans of Splendent Vale, a co-op narrative and tactical game coming out this December. The trio also talk about Quirky Circuits, a co-op programming game that came out a few years ago. Other topics include the effect of the pandemic on design and development, as well as Nikki's experience at Fantasy Flight.

Materially Speaking
Piero Dri: Venice — Rowing through time

Materially Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 38:05


See pictures and read more on materiallyspeaking.comPiero Dri is the fourth and youngest remer in Venice, making oars and oarlocks - or in Italian ‘forcolai'. Since he learnt to row aged 4, rowing has been his passion.I came to Venice with sound specialist Mike Axinn for a special Venice series of Materially Speaking, during the Homo Faber celebration of artisans, in April 2022. We met three young artisans who are now bringing a fresh energy to the community with a particular eye on repair, re-use and sustainability.Venice is an extraordinary Island city with a rich history, magnificent art and great beauty. However there are no cars and a frail infrastructure. And of course there are the tourists. So we were keen to discover what these artisans bring to Venice and why they like to call it home.Piero's vibrant personality has earned him the name of the ‘mad forcolai maker' and so his workshop is called ‘Il Forcolaio Matto.' As we arrive, Piero is opening up his shop - hooking flower boxes onto his window cill, and leaning a red and white striped oar against the wall.He tells us how it was growing up in Venice, and how he escaped to the lagoon when he needed some peace, and to be with nature. He tells us of his studies as an astronomer and how he then changed direction and became an artisan.Piero's workshops have painted and varnished oars suspended from the ceiling. He speaks about the different woods he uses and the boat community in Venice.In one window is a display of decorative forcolai, which hold their own as art objects in a variety of gorgeous woods. He speaks of a competition where he created a forcolai to express the natural beauty of the lagoon (see green and yellow forcolai below).ilforcolaiomatto.itinstagram.com/ilforcolaiomatto

Materially Speaking
Trailer: If you love Venice

Materially Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 4:16


See pictures and read more on materiallyspeaking.comIn the Spring of 2022, sound specialist Mike Axinn and I went to Venice during Homo Faber, an event created by the Michelangelo Foundation to celebrate master craftsmanship.We wanted to discover more about the community of younger artisans in Venice - what brought them there, and why they liked it.First we met Piero Dri, a remer who makes oars and oarlocks, or as the Italians call them, ‘forcolai'. Since he learnt to row aged 4, rowing has been his passion.Release date: 16 November 2022Then we chatted with Austrian-born shoemaker Gabriele Gmeiner who makes high quality shoes to measure in her workshop at Campiello del Sol. She speaks of her craft, her journey from Austria, and why she chose Venice.Release date: 30 November 2022Finally we had an illuminating talk with furniture restorer Alvise Boccanegra, who painstakingly repaired a crucifix which was found floating in the church of San Moisè after the floods of November 2019.Release date: 14 December 2022All three young artisans bring a fresh energy to the community and discuss the materials they choose with a keen eye on sustainability, re-use and repair.

Argh U Mad!?!
Enchanted Spaces

Argh U Mad!?!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 21:42


Walk with the Host as she visits an enchanted space, Pure Lagos the Art Gallery, and speaks with the owner and curator, Sia Alexander on the inspiration behind the gallery. Enjoy our featured artist as well from  Thyn Lyne with his song entitled Exhale. Additional track by  

Passive House Podcast
Bonus: Tessa Bradley of Artisans Group at PhiusCon 2022

Passive House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 9:12


In this special bonus episode recorded at PhiusCon 2022 in Chicago, Passive House Accelerator's director of publications Mary James interviews Tessa Bradley, co-owner of Artisans Group.  https://artisansgroup.com/  Thank you to Sto Corp. and Zola Windows for making the Passive House Podcast at PhiusCon 2022 possible.  https://www.stocorp.com/  https://www.zolawindows.com/ Thank you for listening to the Passive House Podcast! To learn more about Passive House and to stay abreast of our latest programming, visit passivehouseaccelerator.com. And please join us at one of our Passive House Accelerator LIVE! zoom gatherings on Wednesdays.

Artisans of Steel
Interview with Salem Straub

Artisans of Steel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 167:59


Thanks for listening to Episode 9 of the Artisans of Steel interview series with Salem Straub. Salem is part of a new generation of knifemakers that are really pushing the bounds of pattern development, which is why I featured him in this year's Artisans of Steel Calendar. He's one of the most innovative and creative damascus makers I know. He also has a wide breadth of knowledge and understanding about the construction and creation of all kinds of knives, from Bowies to folders to swords to chef's knives. He is also a talented musician and skater, and I'm excited to have him on the show! You can see more of Salem's work on his website here: https://www.prometheanknives.com/ Or on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/salemstraub/ Thanks so much to this month's Super Sponsors:

Made To Create
How Good Ideas Evolve with John and Jenna Moore

Made To Create

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 76:03


We got to chat with our friends Jenna and John Moore. Jenna runs a creative vending movement called WonderboxSD, which features local makers, merchants and artisans. Her husband John has a mobile book store and booth in Liberty Station both under the banner of Gentleman John Books.We talked about their creative and entrepreneurial journeys and what it is like to pivot and shift with your ideas.Connect with Jenna and John:wonderboxsd.art@wonderbox.sd@gentlemanjohnbooks

New Books in History
Timothy Murtagh, "Irish Artisans and Radical Politics, 1776-1820: Apprenticeship to Revolution" (Liverpool UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:16


Tim Murtagh completed his PhD at Trinity College Dublin. He was a historical consultant on the Dublin Tenement Museum at No. 14 Henrietta Street and a book based on this research will be appearing later next year. Since April 2020, Tim has been an Archival Research Fellow with the Beyond 2022 project, an international research project working to create a virtual reconstruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland, which was destroyed in the opening engagement of the Irish Civil War in 1922. In this interview he discusses his new book Irish Artisans and Radical Politics, 1776-1820: Apprenticeship to Revolution (Liverpool UP, 2022), a study of working-class life and politics in the major urban centers of Ireland in the years before and after the United Irishman Rebellion of 1798. Irish Artisans and Radical Politics is a comparative study of the political activities of workers in three Irish cities: Dublin, Belfast and Cork. It investigates how Ireland's journeymen and apprentices engaged in campaigns for political reform, as well as in revolutionary conspiracies, during the years 1776 to 1820. This book marks the first ever attempt to analyse the role of Irish workers in the creation of eighteenth-century republicanism, representing the careful distillation of nearly a decade of research on the topic. It argues that Irish craftsmen truly did serve an ‘apprenticeship to revolution'. In the literal sense, the experience of the workshop provided artisans with a set of traditions which shaped how new revolutionary doctrines were received. But generations of Irish workers also served a figurative apprenticeship to successive political movements: the campaigns of Irish ‘Patriot' MPs, the Volunteering movement of the 1770s, and the revolutionary campaigns of the United Irishmen. The book explores the role of urban workers within the 1798 Irish Rebellion and Robert Emmet's 1803 rising and, adopting a transnational framework, places the actions of these Irish artisans within the context of British radicalism and the creation of an industrial working class. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Timothy Murtagh, "Irish Artisans and Radical Politics, 1776-1820: Apprenticeship to Revolution" (Liverpool UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 31:16


Tim Murtagh completed his PhD at Trinity College Dublin. He was a historical consultant on the Dublin Tenement Museum at No. 14 Henrietta Street and a book based on this research will be appearing later next year. Since April 2020, Tim has been an Archival Research Fellow with the Beyond 2022 project, an international research project working to create a virtual reconstruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland, which was destroyed in the opening engagement of the Irish Civil War in 1922. In this interview he discusses his new book Irish Artisans and Radical Politics, 1776-1820: Apprenticeship to Revolution (Liverpool UP, 2022), a study of working-class life and politics in the major urban centers of Ireland in the years before and after the United Irishman Rebellion of 1798. Irish Artisans and Radical Politics is a comparative study of the political activities of workers in three Irish cities: Dublin, Belfast and Cork. It investigates how Ireland's journeymen and apprentices engaged in campaigns for political reform, as well as in revolutionary conspiracies, during the years 1776 to 1820. This book marks the first ever attempt to analyse the role of Irish workers in the creation of eighteenth-century republicanism, representing the careful distillation of nearly a decade of research on the topic. It argues that Irish craftsmen truly did serve an ‘apprenticeship to revolution'. In the literal sense, the experience of the workshop provided artisans with a set of traditions which shaped how new revolutionary doctrines were received. But generations of Irish workers also served a figurative apprenticeship to successive political movements: the campaigns of Irish ‘Patriot' MPs, the Volunteering movement of the 1770s, and the revolutionary campaigns of the United Irishmen. The book explores the role of urban workers within the 1798 Irish Rebellion and Robert Emmet's 1803 rising and, adopting a transnational framework, places the actions of these Irish artisans within the context of British radicalism and the creation of an industrial working class. Aidan Beatty is a historian at the Frederick Honors College of the University of Pittsburgh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Maker Mom Podcast
Episode 275 - Coast Collective

Maker Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 45:15


Erin Irber and Hanneke Lourens of Coast Collective join co-host Katie Thompson for a chat about their new business, their experiences as individual artists and business owners, and much more. Coast launched in July 2022, representing 12 Artisans with a collection of finely crafted furniture. Ready to ship at the click of a button. Collection No2 launched October 5, 2022 with an additional 12 new pieces.  Be sure to follow Coast Collective on Instagram at @coastcollective.us and their website, coastcollective.us. Image credit - Hubbard M. Jones