On this episode of Our American Stories, Edgar Allen Poe is known for his scary short stories and poems, and when we look at his life, early tragedies explain a lot of his stories… but what we don't often think of when we consider Poe are his comedic writings, his detective stories, and even… a bit of early Science Fiction. Chris Semtner, Curator at the Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia pulls back the curtain on Poe. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For the second helping in our series about historic food and feasts, we're joined by Curator of Collections and Interiors Cameron Moffett, and Senior Properties Curator Louise Bartlett, to discuss a 13th century feast that took place at Stokesay Castle in Shropshire. We'll discover who was hosting, their guest of honour, what was on the menu and the politics of the medieval dining table. To discover more about Stokesay Castle or plan a visit, go to www.english-heritage.org.uk/stokesaycastle
Volunteers around the world are taking part in a citizen science research project into bee biodiversity and decline. The researchers involved in the Zooniverse Big-Bee Bonanza project are checking specimen labels for information on measurements and bees' locations to figure out how bees are responding to human impacts on climate, flora and other aspects of their lives. On the research team is Rob Guralnick who's the Curator of Biodiversity Informatics at the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida. He tells Susie about the honey bee population in America, which is rapidly declining, reflected in declining crop yields for produce including apples, cherries and blueberries.
Last week, Graywolf Press released Civil Service, the debut poetry collection by Jewish Currents Culture Editor Claire Schwartz. The book is a daring study of the violence woven into our world, from everyday encounters to the material of language itself. The poems unfold in three main sequences: a quartet of lyric lectures, a fragmentary narrative that follows a cast of archetypal figures named for the coordinates of their complicities with power—the Dictator, the Curator, the Accountant, and so on—and a series of interrogation scenes centered on a spectral, fugitive figure named Amira, who gives us a glimpse of another world. To celebrate the release of Civil Service, Schwartz spoke with Managing Editor Nathan Goldman and the book's editor at Graywolf Press, Chantz Erolin, about the book, as well as poems by Paul Celan and Edmond Jabès that deeply informed it. They discussed dispersed responsibility for state violence, thinking as feeling, and the political possibilities of poetry. Works Mentioned: https://bookshop.org/a/1530/9781644450949 (Civil Service) by Claire Schwartz “https://granta.com/lecture-on-loneliness/ (Lecture on Loneliness)” by Claire Schwartz “https://www.sas.upenn.edu/~cavitch/pdf-library/Freud_MourningAndMelancholia.pdf (Mourning and Melancholia)” by Sigmund Freud “https://apogeejournal.org/2016/09/06/the-felt-house-that-moves-us-a-conversation-with-saretta-morgan/ (The Felt House That Moves Us: A Conversation with Saretta Morgan),” a conversation with Muriel Leung and Joey De Jesus “https://sahityaparikrama.weebly.com/uploads/1/2/0/9/120943912/the_concept_of_character_in_fiction_william_gass.pdf (The Concept of Character in Fiction)” by William H. Gass The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois “https://poets.org/poem/death-fugue (Death Fugue)” by Paul Celan, trans. Pierre Joris “https://poets.org/poem/stretto (Stretto)” by Paul Celan, trans. Pierre Joris “https://jewishcurrents.org/celans-ferryman (Celan's Ferryman),” a conversation between Fanny Howe and Pierre Joris Voyage of the Sable Venus by Robin Coste Lewis “https://lithub.com/robin-coste-lewis-black-joy-is-my-primary-aesthetic/ (Robin Coste Lewis: ‘Black Joy is My Primary Aesthetic,')” a conversation between Claire Schwartz and Robin Coste Lewis The Book of Questions by Edmond Jabès, trans. Rosmarie Waldrop “https://tinhouse.com/podcast/rosmarie-waldrop-the-nick-of-time/ (Rosmarie Waldrop: The Nick of Time),” a conversation with David Naimon Austerlitz by W.G. Sebald, trans. Anthea Bell “https://nourbese.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Gasp.pdf (The Ga(s)p)” by M. NourbeSe Philip “https://www.newyorker.com/culture/persons-of-interest/fred-motens-radical-critique-of-the-present (Fred Moten's Radical Critique of the Present)” by David S. Wallace Minima Moralia by Theodor Adorno Reconsidering Reparations by Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò “https://jewishcurrents.org/assuming-the-perspective-of-the-ancestor (Assuming the Perspective of the Ancestor),” a conversation between Claire Schwartz and Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò “https://lithub.com/perennial-a-poem-by-claire-schwartz/ (Perennial)” by Claire Schwartz Thanks to Jesse Brenneman for producing and to Nathan Salsburg for the use of his song “VIII (All That Were Calculated Have Passed).”
Geoffrey Chang, Assistant Professor of Historical Theology and the Curator of the Spurgeon Library at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the author of the book called, Spurgeon the Pastor: Recovering a Biblical & Theological Vision for Ministry, discussed aspects of the life and ministry of the late Charles Spurgeon, including the distinctives of his pastoral ministry. You can learn more at spurgeon.org or through Dr. Chang's Twitter feed at @GeoffChang.
S6 Ep25 TORI of NOSTALGIC THREADZ: vintage curator and upcycled designer - on 90s nostalgia and collecting t-shirts from the Rose Bowl, bulk vintage and rag houses, and starting her own brand. JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod Listen and subscribe on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | or wherever you get your podcasts! Please rate & review the show so more vintage lovers find this community. Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style with guests you'll want to go thrifting with. Find the show at @emilymstochl on Instagram and @PreLovedPod on Twitter. Pre-Loved Podcast: Tori of Nostalgic Threadz Today, I'm joined by Tori, the owner of Nostalgic Threadz. Tori started her vintage brand because she loves 90's nostalgia and sustainability. It all started with her reselling pieces from her closets on Poshmark, but now she's doing vintage markets all over California. Over the last few years, she began focusing on her upcycled designs, like her bucket hats and vests that have become her flea market unifor these days. In this episode, we chat about sourcing bulk vintage at the rag house, pop-ups and vintage markets, upcycling, and much more! I know you're gonna love this one! Let's dive right in! Tour Dates: August 11: Pre-Loved Podcast LIVE in Kalamazoo, MI August 12: Vintage Lover's Meet-Up in Grand Rapids, MI August 25: Pre-Loved Podcast LIVE in Minneapolis September 21: Pre-Loved Podcast LIVE in St. Louis All the Episode Links: @nostalgic.threadz Tori's YouTube channel Crossroads Trading Rosebowl Flea Market Round Two Vintage YouTube Earthling VIP on Instagram Artists & Fleas @shopbummy @3womenco Long Beach Antique Market * JOIN THE PATREON COMMUNITY and get the Pre-Loved Podcast News Flash: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod A special thanks goes out to my Patron Insiders: Patty Weber Beverley Docherty of Wolfe Pack Vintage Danny of Galaxy Live Kathy Brand Lucero Buendia Steven Vogel Mary-Elizabeth Land Tricia Zelazny Leslie V. Lisa of Queenie & Pearl Pre-Loved Podcast is created by Emily Stochl. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and my blog.
Andrew McGregor is a filmmaker, Grammy nominated bagpiper, inventor, writer, chessboxing champion, entrepreneur, frequent TEDx speaker, Highlands games athlete, photojournalist, magician, Curator of MindshareLA. He was named one of ‘LA's 40 Most Interesting People' by LA Weekly, was part of a team that won the SXSW Interactive Award for Activism, won the ‘Foreigner' division of an Independence Day Chess Tournament in Kazakhstan, he was featured in the Sports Section of the ‘NY Times', and he has even received a Certificate of Appreciation from LA's City Council! Jason talks to Drew about how they met, how he got into Chess Boxing, his work putting robots on rats to find unexploded mines, his photo journalism work in Rwanda and how he ended up competing at over 20 Highland Games. In his honour, we play a game where we guess if this feat of strength was performed by a person or a fictional robot. You can check out Drew's work here. Find out more about his Chess Boxing career here Follow him on Instagram here. Get in touch with the show on Instagram; @JustTheFitnessTip @JasonProUnicyclist @Rod_Penn Just The Fitness Tip, Edinburgh's no.1 health and fitness podcast with Jason Auld and Rod Penn.
LIke all great problems, everything starts with one little rat. Produced by Adam Yee with players Nick Lekenosakas as Penelope Penapolis, Kelly Berri as Lou Buchanan, Ariya Norith as Jack Hack and Lauren as Sydney “Sid” Bauer, we play in person in Boston Massachusettes. If you like this episode, please feel free to rate us 5 stars on iTunes and leave a review. If you want to know how we play, what references we used for this Case and more, check out secondshotcity.com and feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for Listening and sharing the mixes. Get More from Website: https://daddycue.co.za/ Tracklist 01 - Brandy - Truthfully 02 - Mariah Carey - Close My Eyes 03 - Tamia - This Time It'S Love 04 - Jahiem - Anything (Feat. Next) 05 - Jagged Edge - I Gotta Be 06 - Chris Brown - Say Goodbye 07 - Maxwell - Pretty Wings 08 - Keith Sweat - Nobody (Feat. Athena Cage) 09 - Trey Songz - Love Faces 10 - Usher - Nice & Slow 11 - Masego - Tadow 12 - John Legend - Stay With You 13 - S.W.V. - Weak (Radio Edit) 14 - Joe - The Love Scene 15 - Ginuwine - Differences 16 - K-Ci & Jojo - All My Life 17 - Brian Mcknight - Back At One
Today I'm speaking with Derek Meyer (Data Nexus). Ever since joining The Graph community, Derek has become a highly engaged and thoughtful contributor. Derek is one of the unique participants within The Graph whose been able to participate in various stakeholder roles effectively – Delegator, Curator, Subgraph Developer, and now with an Indexer, with the recent launch Data Nexus. He also helped launch Curation Station, a highly active Telegram group dedicated to Curation, for which he was previously featured on this podcast (Episode 29). A lot Derek's background was covered during our prior interview (Ep. 29), so today we spend most of our time talking about Derek's journey from an entrepreneurial subgraph developer to Indexer. We explored a lot of interesting themes during the interview, including how Derek approached the decision to become an Indexer, his advice to those who want to do the same thing, his experience at Graph Day, and his participation in Graph Advocates and Graph AdvocatesDAO. Show NotesThe GRTiQ Podcast takes listeners inside The Graph (GRT) by interviewing members of The Graph's community and ecosystem. Please help support this project and build the community by subscribing and leaving a review.Twitter: GRT_iQwww.GRTiQ.com
Two great interviews this week with two luminaries of immersive.First: writer Margaret Kerrison, whose work includes Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, joins us to talk about her new book Immersive Storytelling For Real and Imagined Worlds: A Writer's Guide. This is a must-read for everyone who makes immersive work. Period, full stop. Then Charlie Miller, Executive Director & Curator of the Denver Center for Performing Art's Off-Center program, stops by to talk about Off-Center's new position in the DCPA and the work they have on tap for Denver in the Fall.Show NotesMargaret Kerrison, In Conversation With Nancy Seruto at Vroman'sTheatre of the MindThe DIGReview RundownCall Sheet Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After two years, the ‘Dead Zoo' aka the National History Museum is reopening to the public. The past two years have seen huge works going on in the building, which meant staff had to protect and store some incredible artefacts. Curator of the National History Museum, Paulo Vincensi, joined Dermot and Dave to chat about the mammoth task and what we can expect when we go back!
Ready to play tourist? This week, we're going on a private on-site tour of the Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough. Michelle speaks with museum Executive Director, Carolyn Hyslop, and Curator, Jeremy Ward, and learns all about the museum's collection of more than 600 watercraft. We'll also hear an essay by journalist Paul Rush about dealing with a medical emergency when you are alone at the lake. Special thanks to:Carolyn Hyslop, executive director, Canadian Canoe MuseumJeremy Ward, curator, Canadian Canoe MuseumLinks:For more information on the Canadian Canoe Museum, visit their website. You can donate to the new museum here.Photos referenced:Photo 1Photo 2Photo 3Photo 4Photo 5Articles referenced:“In sickness and in health” by Paul Rush (Cottage Life magazine, June 1998)Connect with Cottage Life:cottagelife.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/cottagelife/Twitter: @cottagelifeInstagram: @cottagelifePinterest: www.pinterest.ca/cottagelife/Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/CottageLifeMagazine/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Arts commentator Julia Waite joins Susie to talk about senior painter Barbara Tuck's show Delirium Crossing and 1800s photographer William Harding's exhibition Between Skin and Shirt, which is on now at the National Library. Julia Waite is Curator, New Zealand Art at the Auckland Art Gallery.
Mum, we made it to the V&A!Meg and Sara embark on an epic adventure to the Big Smoke this episode, and end up in the Fashioning Masculinities exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Where they spent a lot of time studying Harry Styles' footwear.Curator - and ex Leeds Museums and Gallleries alumni - Rosalind McKever talks us through the exhibition, what it's like working at the V&A, and her list of art history boyfriends.The Fashioning Masculinities exhibition is open until 6 November, and you can buy tickets here.If you enjoy the episode, subscribe on all the usual podcast platforms and give us a review on Apple Podcasts and you'll be simply the best. Better than all the rest.Support the show
खेळपट्टी नक्की कशी तयार करतात? प्रत्येक क्रिकेट चाहत्याच्या मनात हा प्रश्न कायम येतो. जाणून घेऊया खेळपट्टीशी निगडित सर्व प्रश्नांची उत्तरे सुविख्यात क्युरेटर प्रवीण हिंगणीकर यांच्याकडून. विदर्भाचे कर्णधार, नंतर प्रशिक्षक व BCCI सामनाधिकारी ह्या विविध जबाबदाऱ्या निभावलेल्या हिंगणीकरांनी गेल्या दशकभराहून जास्त काळात स्वतःची क्युरेटर म्हणून ओळख निर्माण केली आहे. बांगलादेश क्रिकेट बोर्डचे मुख्य क्युरेटर असलेल्या हिंगणीकरांशी मारूया गप्पा 'पडद्यामागील शिलेदार' सदरात. ऐकूया पूर्वार्ध
खेळपट्टी नक्की कशी तयार करतात? प्रत्येक क्रिकेट चाहत्याच्या मनात हा प्रश्न कायम येतो. जाणून घेऊया खेळपट्टीशी निगडित सर्व प्रश्नांची उत्तरे सुविख्यात क्युरेटर प्रवीण हिंगणीकर यांच्याकडून. विदर्भाचे कर्णधार, नंतर प्रशिक्षक व BCCI सामनाधिकारी ह्या विविध जबाबदाऱ्या निभावलेल्या हिंगणीकरांनी गेल्या दशकभराहून जास्त काळात स्वतःची क्युरेटर म्हणून ओळख निर्माण केली आहे. बांगलादेश क्रिकेट बोर्डचे मुख्य क्युरेटर असलेल्या हिंगणीकरांशी मारूया गप्पा 'पडद्यामागील शिलेदार' सदरात. ऐकूया पूर्वार्ध
Thank you for Listening and sharing the mixes. Get More from Website: https://daddycue.co.za/vol-26-the-sauce-sessions/ 01 – Tevin Campbell – Dandelion 02 – Brandy – He Is 03 – Mariah Carey – Melt Away 04 – Joe – I Wanna Know 05 – Samuel Salter – There You Are 06 – Lauryn Hill – Nothing Even Matters (feat. D'Angelo) 07 – Jon B. – Someone to Love (feat. Babyface) 08 – Allure – All Cried Out (feat. 112) 09 – Alicia Keys – When You Really Love Someone 10 – Maxwell – Submerge: Til We Become the Sun 11 – Gerald Levert – I'd Give Anything 12 – K-Ci & JoJo – All My Life 13 – Tamia – Still 15 – Janet Jackson – Any Time, Any Place 15 – Anthony Hamilton – Pray For Me
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/lT87kQjYD8M Kaita (pronounced "Kate-uh") is a professional dancer, choreographer, pilates teacher, and bodyworker. She is a Manifesting Generator in Human Design, an Enneagram 4, Leo Sun, Libra Moon, Libra Rising, Pitta-Kapha, and a (predominantly) Fire element. She was the co-founder of Ghost Flower, an activewear brand inspired by Chinese Medicine. She joins the Sandbox to talk about the 5 elements in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and ways in which life can best be embodied and lived authentically as one's truest self. Freebies! • 5 Element Quiz: https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/62b3ac32b59f400018de9c28 • Try 14 days with Kaita at Lindywell: https://lindywell.com/friend/ref/33193/ Kaita's word: Refine Kaita's teachers: 1. David Hurwith's class "Witnessing Your Breath" is offered virtually every Tuesday at 9:30am, free/donation: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4850265116 2. Mirah Love, spiritual counselor and psychic, email@example.com. https://livingresilience.net/ 3. Kaita's favorite studio ever: www.yogasoup.com (Katia teaches a virtual class on Thursdays 9-10am PDT) Mentions: • The Spirit Animal Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid • Podcast: Exactly. With Florence Given: "BODY IMAGE: Sex, Summer and Self-Objectification" • Holisticism Hub. Join the free community here: https://bit.ly/3NjGw61 • Karla Luster, clairvoyant: IG @karlaruthofficial • Book: The Spark in the Machine: How the Science of Acupuncture Explains the Mysteries of Western Medicine by Dr. Daniel Keown. Affiliate link here: https://bookshop.org/a/6377/9781848191969 Ways to Connect with Kaita: • Instagram: @kaitamrazek • Website: www.kaitamrazek.com She leads 2 virtual (zoom) classes, both featured on her website. She also works with clients virtually and privately in Austin, TX. Ways to Connect with April: • Instagram: @thesandboxpod and @april.the.poet • Website to book readings or browse offerings (dream interpretation, Human Design readings, etc.): aprilific.com • Podcast/YouTube channel: Scheffy's Sandbox • Patreon: patreon.com/aprilific • For book lovers, my novelette Sandra: A Healing Reimagining of the Babysitter from Hell is available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook. (includes Kindle and Audible). By becoming a patron at patreon.com/aprilific.com, not only will you be supporting this podcast but you'll receive patron-only exclusives. My mission is for you to feel that your gift of $5/month is more than reciprocated by what you get from it. Give it a try? There's no commitment. #fasciaflossing #transformation #chinesemedicine #placeboeffect #pilatesteacher #meridians #acupuncture #grief #5elements #balance #stillness #harmony #metal #fire #earth #water #wood --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesandboxpod/message
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Barbara Majeski, the “Curator of the Good Life”, Lifestyle blogger, Real Estate Investor, TV personality with regular features on the TODAY show, Inside Edition, Good Day New York and many more!
This is your Cosmic Curator, Tom Yaroschuk, with a look at the stars for today Saturday July 30th as seen through the lens of Vedic Astrology . This week's energy pattern actually began last Thursday… About the Host: Tom Yaroschuk is a Vedic Astrologer. His intention is to help people understand their karma and the issues they may confront to cultivate more fulfilling lives. Tom is writing a memoir of the spiritual lessons derived from his work in a Homeless Day Center in between a career as an award winning television and documentary producer. The post The Cosmic Curator 7/30/22: Take it Easy… first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
Photographic artist and curator Otis Burian Hodge joins Ayeesha Ash to share the evolution of TCS Windows, a non-commercial gallery hosting monthly shows of photography-based work by emerging artists. Burian Hodge explains the versatility of photography as an artistic medium and its ability to tell stories and capture time, and we fall in love with his nana as he recalls his first solo exhibition ‘The Last Jar of Rosehip Jam'. Additional resources:https://tcswindows.info/https://soundcloud.com/tcs82aSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: Our guests' career paths at the Smithsonian, their work to help create a new Women's history museum, collecting BLM materials during protests, creating exhibits just as the pandemic closed the museum, and a discussion of their book on women's artifacts in the Smithsonian. Today's book is: Smithsonian American Women: Remarkable Objects and Stories of Strength, Ingenuity, and Vision from the National Collection, a book that offers a unique and panoramic look at women's history in the United States through the lens of ordinary objects from, by, and for extraordinary women. Featuring more than 280 artifacts from 16 Smithsonian museums and archives, and more than 135 essays from 95 Smithsonian authors, this book tells women's history as only the Smithsonian can. Portraits, photographs, paintings, political materials, signs, musical instruments, sports equipment, clothes, letters, ads, personal possessions, and other objects reveal the incredible stories of amazing women such as Phillis Wheatley, Julia Child, Sojourner Truth, Mary Cassat, Madame CJ Walker, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mamie Till Mobley, Dolores Clara Fernandez Huerta, Phyllis Diller, Celia Cruz, Sandra Day O'Connor, Billie Jean King, and Silvia Rivera. Published to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, Smithsonian American Women is a deeply satisfying read and a reflection on how generations of women have defined what it means to be recognized in both the nation and the world. Our guest is: Dr. Margaret A. Weitekamp, who is the Department Chair and Curator of the Space History Department at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Dr. Weitekamp curates the Museum's social and cultural history of spaceflight collection, and is the author of numerous scholarly articles, and co-edited the ninth volume in the Artefacts series on the material culture of science and technology, Analyzing Art and Aesthetics (Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013). She is currently completing a book on social and cultural history of space memorabilia. Our guest is: Dr. Michelle Anne Delaney, who is the Assistant Director for History and Culture of the National Museum of the American Indian. Dr. Delaney manages the Museum's research and scholarship team, and leads the intellectual program development for exhibitions, educational programming, publications, and digital scholarship; and directs strategic internal pan-Smithsonian projects, and external collaborations and university partnerships. An author and editor of several history of photography books, Dr. Delaney has also curated 25 Smithsonian exhibitions and web projects. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator and co-producer of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: Information in the National Archives about the 19th Amendment Because of Herstory webpage National Women's History Museum website Information on the 19th amendment from the National Parks Service The Women's Museum of California Women's history resources at the National Museum of American History You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life
The space jacket worn by Buzz Aldrin during the first successful landing on the Moon has been sold at auction in New York for 2.8 million dollars. Dan Kendall, Curator at the National Space Centre in Leicester in the UK joined Tom to discuss what goes into making a space suit and how they have evolved over time.
Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: Our guests' career paths at the Smithsonian, their work to help create a new Women's history museum, collecting BLM materials during protests, creating exhibits just as the pandemic closed the museum, and a discussion of their book on women's artifacts in the Smithsonian. Today's book is: Smithsonian American Women: Remarkable Objects and Stories of Strength, Ingenuity, and Vision from the National Collection, a book that offers a unique and panoramic look at women's history in the United States through the lens of ordinary objects from, by, and for extraordinary women. Featuring more than 280 artifacts from 16 Smithsonian museums and archives, and more than 135 essays from 95 Smithsonian authors, this book tells women's history as only the Smithsonian can. Portraits, photographs, paintings, political materials, signs, musical instruments, sports equipment, clothes, letters, ads, personal possessions, and other objects reveal the incredible stories of amazing women such as Phillis Wheatley, Julia Child, Sojourner Truth, Mary Cassat, Madame CJ Walker, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mamie Till Mobley, Dolores Clara Fernandez Huerta, Phyllis Diller, Celia Cruz, Sandra Day O'Connor, Billie Jean King, and Silvia Rivera. Published to commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote, Smithsonian American Women is a deeply satisfying read and a reflection on how generations of women have defined what it means to be recognized in both the nation and the world. Our guest is: Dr. Margaret A. Weitekamp, who is the Department Chair and Curator of the Space History Department at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Dr. Weitekamp curates the Museum's social and cultural history of spaceflight collection, and is the author of numerous scholarly articles, and co-edited the ninth volume in the Artefacts series on the material culture of science and technology, Analyzing Art and Aesthetics (Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013). She is currently completing a book on social and cultural history of space memorabilia. Our guest is: Dr. Michelle Anne Delaney, who is the Assistant Director for History and Culture of the National Museum of the American Indian. Dr. Delaney manages the Museum's research and scholarship team, and leads the intellectual program development for exhibitions, educational programming, publications, and digital scholarship; and directs strategic internal pan-Smithsonian projects, and external collaborations and university partnerships. An author and editor of several history of photography books, Dr. Delaney has also curated 25 Smithsonian exhibitions and web projects. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator and co-producer of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: Information in the National Archives about the 19th Amendment Because of Herstory webpage National Women's History Museum website Information on the 19th amendment from the National Parks Service The Women's Museum of California Women's history resources at the National Museum of American History You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. 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
On this episode of Our American Stories, Daryn Glassbrook of the Mobile Medical Museum tells the story of the iron lung, a device used to keep people with advanced polio alive in the first half of the 20th century. Heather McPherson, Curator of History at the South Carolina Military Museum, shares the story of why she chose her career to honor her great uncle. Roger McGrath tells another "Hollywood Goes to War" story of American screenwriter, Merian C. Cooper. Cooper worked on various cinematic classics, including "King Kong". He also served our country in WWI as a U.S. Air Force and Polish Air Force officer. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - The Literary Masterpiece That Saved Ulysses S. Grant's Family 10:00 - The American Surgeon Who Escaped the Viet Cong 35:00 - Buck O'Neil's 15 Years of Rejection Before the Hall of FameSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Please welcome Bristol Broadcasting legend, new talent champion and curator of the "Upload Festival" Adam Crowther to The Good Listening To Podcast: The Story Behind Your Story Show! Adam Crowther presents BBC Upload 7-10pm every weekday on BBC Radio Bristol - which he's presented since October 2018.He has worked as a broadcaster and presenter across live events and radio as well as live streams and videos for BBC iPlayer. Adam has spent most of his presenting career championing, encouraging and celebrating new talent - from musicians to writers, comedians and bloggers, Adam loves celebrating talent.Adam is also an award winning social media expert. He's managed social media brand accounts for the BBC (BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Breakfast and BBC Introducing in Shropshire) as well as a children's charity in Birmingham. Adam has also created content for BBC Two and BBC masterbrand instagram accounts, covering premiers of Peaky Blinders and Blue Planet II.“ Today you are youThat is truer than trueThere is no one alive Who is you-er than you.” The one and only Adam Crowther is inspired by these simple words from Dr Seuss. The choice reveals a lot about the broadcaster and his 24 carat authenticity. He appreciates honesty, expressed in accessible language. He is not 'hoity-toity' and has never wanted to be either. OK, he was cheeky in school. Yes, he sang in a band. And yes at 16, he was chosen to show the Prime Minister - Tony Blair! - around his school. On request, he even made the PM a cup of tea, under strict security supervision. After university in Aberystwyth, where he studied Drama, Adam became a Youth Worker and grew into becoming a pioneer broadcaster with BBC Bristol via BRMB In Birmingham. And this, despite underselling himself relentlessly at his first interview. Adam learned his lesson quickly and by way of reference, quotes Ray Charles's mother in the biopic: “ I tell you once. I help you if you get it wrong. After that, you're on your own.“ Adam was allowed that second chance and made the most of it. He pioneered a new take on Social Media strategy and execution for the BBC. He co-created Upload. Over time he has become less shy about banging his own drum - without becoming a secret narcissist. He readily acknowledges the benign influences of his parents, teachers and professional role models. Adam replaced his self-doubt/can't-do stance with a more positive 'can-do' model. He is still only 30 something, now confident enough to be who he is - never happier than when helping others to thrive and shine. To discover their own voices! Adam confesses he is a perfectionist. He appreciates originality and has no time for the ‘near enough is good enough' approach. He knows he has been very lucky and now wants to help create similar luck for others. Adam recently identified himself as bisexual. It is a simple matter of fact. He knows he is a consummate professional, not a drama queen. This lively conversation will convince you of that, right from the start.
Ch1: Pope Francis arrives in Quebec Guest: Brayden Jagger Haines, Global News reporter in Montreal Ch2: Ticketmaster has said most Bruce Springsteen tickets cost under $200, but 11% are part of a variable pricing strategy where the cost adjusts according to demand. Think Uber's surge pricing – but for concert tickets. Guest: Raji Sohal, Mornings with Simi Contributor Ch3: Instagram's users are shifting to video, and Instagram is adjusting the layout and algorithm accordingly. Guest: Marc Saltzman, syndicated columnist and Technology expert Ch4: Sport Canada was aware of an alleged sexual assault tied to a Hockey Canada event in 2018 — but, according to a senior director of the organization, did not inform the sport minister's office. Guest: Peter Julian, NDP MP for New Westminster Ch5: Alaska-bound cruises are taking advantage of Canada's relatively lax regulations and dumping billions of litres of sewage and waste into its waters, says a recent report Guest: Anna Barford, Canada shipping campaigner with Stand.earth Ch6: A report says three-year-old recommendations to protect the legal rights of people involuntarily admitted to psychiatric facilities in British Columbia are still not being adequately implemented. Guest: Jay Chalke, B.C. Ombudsperson Ch7: We've seen Ukrainian Canadians come together to help those in their home country. One group has organized around art and culture as a way to raise awareness - and money - to help children of war in Ukraine. Guest: Raji Sohal interviewed Sofiya Kominko, Curator of “War in Living Color” Exhibit, and Olga Prodan, co-founder Ukrainian Canadian Advocacy Group
After Dinner Mints - Episode 57 - 22.07.27Interview with Curator of Digital Art at The Whitney Museum & Professor at the New School, Christiane PaulArt Blocks website: www.artblocks.ioJoin us on discord: discord.gg/artblocksSubscribe to our weekly newsletter: https://artblocksinc.eo.page/subscribeFollow us on Twitter: @artblocks_ioCheck out our After Dinner Mints podcast here: https://www.podpage.com/artblocks
Foam celebrates Amsterdam Pride 2022 by promoting a discussion around Queer history and delving deep on its local archives. The talk features Anton Shebetko (Ukraine, 1990) and Karol Radziszewski (Poland, 1980), artists who have striven to retrace and document the lives of queer communities in Eastern Europe. Hosted by Curator Jim van Geel, they will reflect on how mediums such as photography have created a path to access previously unrecorded moments of joy, passion and defiance. They will also share how they have creatively addressed historical gaps and continue to chronicle the lives of their communities amidst erasure and exile. • Anton Shebetko (1990, Ukraine) is an artist and photographer based in Amsterdam. He works closely with LGBTQ-related topics, themes of memory, loss of identity, violence and the possible role of photography in it. His extended research deals with forgotten queer history of his native Ukraine, politics of erasure queer people from national memory and their invisibility in the present day. Karol Radziszewski (1980, Poland) is a multidisciplinary artist, filmmaker and curator. Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 2004, he is now publisher and editor-in-chief of DIK Fagazine and founder of the Queer Archives Institute. His multidisciplinary research, as well as his archive-based methodology, crosses multiple cultural, historical, religious, social and gender references. Jim van Geel is Coordinator Public Program at the Rijksacademie and Curator of Public Program at the the young design museum in Den Bosch. Previously he worked as Curator of Public Program at ILHIA LGBTI Heritage, Europe's Largest LGBTQI+ archive based in Amsterdam.
This is your Cosmic Curator, Tom Yaroschuk, with a look at the zodiac for Saturday July 23rd as seen through the lens of vedic astrology. Astrology has two essential building blocks. First come the Planets. The planets express a particular energy or consciousness. Next are the signs, those 30 degree positions in the sky through which the planets express their energies. Think of it like a musical instrument… About the Host: Tom Yaroschuk is a Vedic Astrologer. His intention is to help people understand their karma and the issues they may confront to cultivate more fulfilling lives. Tom is writing a memoir of the spiritual lessons derived from his work in a Homeless Day Center in between a career as an award winning television and documentary producer. The post The Cosmic Curator 7/23/22: Astrology 101 first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
Today my guest is none other than the super fabulous Sober Curator herself, Alysse Bryson. If you've been listening to the podcast for any length of time, you know I love just about everybody, but hot damn, I've found another Soul Sister! Alysse not only shares her story of alcoholism (or Alcohol Use Disorder as the cool kids call it) she also talks about the underlying causes, her moment of clarity that changed her perspective forever and all the ways that she helps others to end their suffering. Alysse has a focus on people in long term recovery, because let's be honest, this is an ongoing process, not a single event. We also share some of the same concerns with “social media sobriety”, so we get into that as well. Whether you are new to the sober community or a long timer, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this as well. Without further ado, please enjoy this episode with Alysse! Connect with Alysse! Visit Website: www.thesobercurator.com Follow on Instagram @thesobercurator and @alysseinthecity Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuRolkOZ7X8fCEFCDYd5tg Lightning Round Answers: Book recommendation: Girl Walks Out of A Bar, Lisa Smith Favorite Quote: “Be Still” Self Care Practice: Prayer & Meditation, fun things like crafting, painting, VR Games, service Subscribe So You Don't Miss New Episodes! Listen On: https://apple.co/30g6ALF https://odaatchat.libsyn.com/spotify https://bit.ly/3n0taNQ Watch Full Episodes! https://bit.ly/2UpR5Lo
The United Soccer League is coming to New Orleans, hoping to establish two teams, a mens and a women's franchise, by 2025. Louisiana Considered's Managing Producer Alana Schreiber speaks to Jamie Guin and Warren Smith of USL NOLA for more on the future of soccer in the Crescent City. But first, it's National Zookeeper Week, a time to appreciate the hard work, conservation efforts, and passion of the foremost animal professionals. Robyn Lott, Director of Marketing & PR for BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo and Bob Lessnau, VP and Curator at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans, tell us more about the world of animal care. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karl Lengel. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The Creative Guts' team is back with another installment of Creative Catalogues! In these mini episodes, someone from the Creative Guts' team will share a glimpse at the inspiring, creative things they think you ought to know about. This week's episode is being hosted by Amy Regan, one of the founders of the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, and the star of episode 100 of Creative Guts.In this episode, Amy talks about some things she's loving lately…Rachel Adamsrachelgloria.com@rachelgloriaia The Drift Collectivethedriftcollective.com@thedriftcollective@driftarthouse Pod Save The Peoplehttps://crooked.com/podcast-series/pod-save-the-people Girlspit@girlspit_band 69herbs69herbs.com@69herbsGet more of Amy Regan at rochestermfa.org and on Instagram at @rochester_mfa. As always, come hang out with the Creative Guts team online at www.CreativeGutsPodcast.com and on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/CreativeGutsPodcast and Instagram at www.Instagram.com/CreativeGutsPodcast.
TUESDAY!!! I had the best time talking to today's guest Julia Carusillo (@ohsalad_days) who is the curator of my new favorite account on Instagram REAL HOUSEWIVES SMOKING! (@realhousewivessmoking). Not only do we talk about our favorite housewives smoking but we get into ours and yours favorite Housewife moments. I had a blast talking to Julia and I think you will love hearing it. All new episode on Wednesday. Hope you're having a great week! Also, if you want to watch the Monday's pop culture roundup live subscribe to the so bad its good YouTube page! You can watch us make our goofy faces. Go check it out! https://youtu.be/ngGQDuwbBRw Also, So Bad It's Good has merch now! Go to www.sobaditsgoodmerch.com to order yours TODAY! Also, So Bad It's Good has a voicemail now! 323-425-9542. Pleas feel free to call with your thoughts! If you do you are giving me full permission to use on the show! Also, I'm on CAMEO. I'll be filming in Dorit's Room so sign up today at cameo.com and search Ryan Bailey! Have a great week guys! - Stay well fueled this summer with Splendid Spoon. Get started today and save on an entire week of ready-made, plant-based meals. Just go to SplendidSpoon.com/SOBAD for $50 off your first box when you subscribe.That's $50 off at SplendidSpoon.com/SOBAD. -Just Thrive Probiotic and Just Calm make the perfect 1-2 punch to beat stress before it beats you… No fake marketing, no claims, just real, scientifically proven results to help you be the best you.And right now, you can get 15% off this dynamic duo when you go to JustThriveHealth.com and use code: SOBAD at checkout https://justthrivehealth.com/discount/sobad Remember to subscribe and join me Monday thru Thursday for interviews with podcasters and reality stars, show recaps, Garth and Justin, Bill and Becky Bailey and so much more!! Plus, tell your friends. I, honestly, think there is something for everyone in these pods. The more the merrier! ALSO GO CHECK OUT THE PATREON patreon.com/sobaditsgood. Support what we are doing here. THANK YOUUUUUUU!!!!! If you're enjoying the insane amount of blood, sweat and literal tears of this pod consider telling a friend or rating us 5 stars on iTunes! Special shoutout to Maritza Lopez (Insta: @maritza.gif) for all of her insanely hard work creating these beautiful pieces of art on my instagram and patreon page!! Time Stamps are below. Use them. They are your friend. This pod isn't meant to be digested all at once! Contact me on Insta if you need me to send them to you if you can't find them! 5:30-Show Notes/Bill and Becky Bailey Intro/Kylie and Travis/Ben and Jen 12:56-Julie Carusillo-REAL HOUSEWIVES SMOKING!!! Instagram: @sobaditsgoodwithryanbailey, @ryanbailey25 Twitter:@ryanabailey25 TIKTOK @sobaditsgoodwithryanb Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we focus on the Afro-Atlantic Histories exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. This phenomenal show originally debuted at Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brazil, and is now being exhibited at the NGA. We talk with Kanitra Fletcher, associate curator of African American and Afro-diasporic art at the NGA, about this brilliant massive show. Kanitra talks about the basis for the show and her part in curating the exhibition, Black portraiture, and the lesson that can be learned from the exhibit. Since your boy JBarber could only study the beautiful catalog we thought it would be great to hear a first-hand experience of the show from another curator, Studio Noize fam, Lauren Jackson Harris. Two brilliant Black women in one episode of the Noize. Listen, subscribe, and share!Episode 147 topics include:Afro-Atlantic Histories at the National Gallery of Artconnecting hidden historiesthe journey of enslaved peopleBlack portraiture curating at the NGAexperiencing an exhibitionrelating to work from the pastcapturing historyKanitra Fletcher is an American curator and art historian currently working as associate curator of African American and Afro-Diasporic art at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Named to her role in January 2021 after serving as an associate curator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Fletcher is the National Gallery's first curator dedicated to acquiring, stewarding, and exhibiting work by African American artists. Fletcher's academic specializations include the art of Brazil and Latin America and the Black avant-gardeSee More: https://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/2022/afro-atlantic-histories + Kanitra Fletcher IG @kanshefleLauren Jackson Harris is an arts professional and independent curator who was exposed to art at an early age and it undoubtedly became her passion. With a BFA in Graphic Design and Art History from Howard University and a MA in Creative Business Leadership from SCAD, I value both education and experience in the arts. I enjoyed networking and cultivating relationships with those within the arts and cultural industry. I have used my innovative strategies and progressive ideas to help ignite the arts community and create new avenues for artists and arts workers. Through managing partnerships and engaging audiences, I hope to add value to the art scene of my hometown of Atlanta, engage and grow with other BWVA's, and transform the art world one step at a time.Lauren Jackson Harris IG @ljacksonharrisBlack Women in Visual Arts IG @blackwomeninvisualartFollow us:StudioNoizePodcast.comIG: @studionoizepodcastJamaal Barber: @JBarberStudioSupport the podcast www.patreon.com/studionoizepodcast
Bruno Giussani of TED was one of the key people who offered key encouragement and support to ShaoLan in her journey to create Chineasy. Bruno shares some of his invaluable expertise about how to shine on the stage and learns how to say “stage” in Chinese.
Summary Alexis Albion (LinkedIn) joins Andrew (Twitter; LinkedIn) to discuss Kim Philby using some of his personal belongings as prompts. This episode on the Soviet mole inside MI6 coincides with SPY's 20th Anniversary. What You'll Learn Intelligence Why Philby has been called “The Spy of the Century” Philby the man, the ideologue, the spy, and the traitor Philby's corrosive effect on Cold War British and American intelligence The cultural blind spot that allowed him to hide in plain sight then ride a storm of suspicion Reflections Psychological complexity and contradiction Social stratification And much, much more… Episode Notes The Cambridge Five are some of the most notable and notorious traitors in British history, and among them one man stands out in a way that has led some to call him, “The Spy of the Century,” MI6 officer Kim Philby. How did a quintessential Englishman who came from the “right” stock and went to the “right” schools become a Soviet mole? How did a genial chum come to haunt the corridors of British and American intelligence like a ghastly apparition? Dr. Alexis Albion is this week's guest and the Curator of Special Projects at the International Spy Museum. She was formerly on the 9/11 Commission Report, the World Bank and the U.S. Department of State. In this is a first of a kind podcast, Alexis and Andrew sat down with some of Philby's personal belongings drawn from our world-leading collection of artifacts on espionage and intelligence. And… Harold Adrian Russell Philby acquired the nickname “Kim” from the main character in Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim, an orphan-boy-cum-spy in British India. Kim and Philby also have the Punjab in common, the novel begins in Lahore and Philby was born in Ambala, although the historic region was partitioned between Pakistan and India in 1947. The drive between Lahore and Ambala is roughly similar to that between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Quote of the Week "So why is he The Spy of the Century? Maybe the fact that he's not identified with any particular event or set of information [e.g., unlike Julius Rosenberg], but he's identified with this idea of betraying his Englishness is perhaps why he's been such a lasting figure because he almost is a touchpoint for the history of the 20th century and England. Great Britain's demise is a great power." Resources *Andrew's Recommendation* My Five Cambridge Friends, Y. Modin (FS&G, 1994) A one-time KGB handler of the Cambridge 5 reflects on each of them as spies and as individuals *SpyCasts* Stalin's Englishman: Guy Burgess – with Andrew Lownie (2016) The British the Joint Intelligence Committee – with Mike Goodman (2014) The Real History of MI6 – with Keith Jeffrey (2010) The Cambridge 5 – with Nigel West (2009) *Beginner Resources* Facts About Kim Philby, J. Hayes, Factinate (n.d.) Reading Material Culture [i.e., objects] (2020] India's Partition in Pictures, BBC (n.d.) Books Spies & Traitors, M. Holzman (Pegasus, 2021) A Spy Among Friends, B. McIntyre (Crown, 2015) Kim, Rudyard Kipling (1901) Articles The Punjab Partition, S. Sultan, LSE (2018) Philby & Mistrust, M. Gladwell, New Yorker (2014) Documentary Why Was India Split into Two Countries, H. Roy, TED-Ed, YouTube (n.d.) MI6 Agent Turned Russian Spy, Philby, Timeline, YouTube (n.d.) Primary Sources Philby, I Spied for Russia from 1933 (1967) My Silent War, K. Philby (1967) The Disappearance of Kim Philby (1963) Kim Philby (Peach): File 1 (1951-52) Constituent Assembly of India (1946) Primary Source Collections Indian Independence & Partition, UK National Archives *Wildcard Resource* Surnames & Social Mobility in England, 1230-2012 So, you thought social mobility in England has changed significantly since the Norman Conquest almost 1000 years ago – well, yes, and NO!
The guest for this episode is James Bacchi. He is a prominent Art Consultant, Curator and Collaborator who has and continues to enjoy conducting art business in New York, San Francisco and Palm Springs since 1986.He launched James Bacchi Contemporary, a boutique Art Consultancy and by-appointment Collectors Art Salon, in Palm Springs, CA on September 1, 2021.James Bacchi Contemporary focuses on representing and sourcing contemporary art worldwide for presentation and placement with private collections, corporations and museums.
Today's guest is Dr. Brian Brown, Curator of Entomology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. A native of Toronto, Canada, Dr. Brown did his undergraduate and masters work at the University of Guelph. During the latter, under the tutelage of well known entomologist Steve Marshall, Dr. Brown took up the study of the fly family Phoridae. This is a phenomenally diverse family of extremely interesting flies that, of course, we discuss at length today.In 1990, Dr. Brown obtained his doctorate at the University of Alberta in Canada, followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution and University of Maryland. In 1993 he took up his current position in Los Angeles.Today we discuss Dr. Brown's work at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - in particular, the scale and diversity of the collections, and the implications of that on the work that he does. We pretty quickly delve into the aforementioned phorid flies. There are potentially as many as one million species of these flies, but to give you an idea of the diversity and scale of the work, only 4,500 have been described to date. Yes, you heard that right! Dr. Brown discusses the challenges of having so few people studying such an immense diversity of species, and approaches involved such as DNA barcoding.Even among the 4500 described species, there are many amazing natural history stories that we get into, ranging from the aptly named “Coffin Fly” to ant-decapitating phorids.We weave in and out of many fascinating subjects, from research in the Amazon canopy, to surprising discoveries in Los Angeles, to invasive ant species.You can find Dr. Brown through the museum's website at nhm.org, on his blog at flyobsession.net, or his Phorid fly site at phorid.net.This discussion was full of surprises and a lot of fun, and I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. FULL SHOW NOTESLinks To Topics DiscussedDan Janzen, ecologist cataloging Costa Rican biodiversityflyobsession.net - Dr. Brown's blogNatural History Museum of Los Angeles CountyThe Nature Conservancy - conservation charity recommended by Dr. BrownPhorid.net - Dr. Brown's Phorid resourceRainforest Trust - conservation charity recommended by Dr. BrownSupport the show
Today I'm speaking with Ahmad Mardeni – a highly active and well-known contributor within The Graph ecosystem. Many of you will already recognize Ahmad due to his consistent activity in Discord, Telegram, and Twitter.As you will hear during this interview, Ahmad has many roles in The Graph, including Delegator, Curator, subgraph developer, technical writer, and soon-to-be Indexer. Ahmad's presence within the ecosystem is vast as he's been a consistent contributing member of The Graphtronauts, Curation Station, DeveloperDAO, and has even consulted with or helped support dApps and developers using The Graph.In addition to all his great community contributions, you are also going to hear how Ahmad accomplished all this in the face of many obstacles and difficulties. You will be inspired by his relentless quest for self-empowerment through education and personal development.The audio recording for this episode is not great. Apologies! Show NotesThe GRTiQ Podcast takes listeners inside The Graph (GRT) by interviewing members of The Graph's community and ecosystem. Please help support this project and build the community by subscribing and leaving a review.Twitter: GRT_iQwww.GRTiQ.co
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Brian Benstock, Barbara Majeski, David Spisak & Raylen Davis Brian Benstock: Keynote Speaker, Google Dealer Advisory Board Member, #1 Honda Certified Dealer 16x and #1 Acura Certified Dealer 15x Barbara Majeski: the “Curator of the Good Life”, Lifestyle blogger, Real Estate Investor, TV personality with regular features on the TODAY show, Inside Edition, Good Day New York and many more! David Spisak, an Investor, 9 figure Entrepreneur, Business Growth Expert, Servant Leader, Ex-Board of Director, San Francisco 49ers, Founder of 8 companies, Google Dealer Advisory Board, Partner - 9 figure Restaurant Group, Investor in start-ups, small and mid-level company's, CEO of HealthCheck, NetImpact, Disruptive Growth Solutions, Disruptive Growth! Raylen Davis, a Sales and Mindset coach who uses his experience in combat sports to help entrepreneurs and sales teams increase their revenue through the power of mindset and Inspirational Selling.
In this episode of the Artist Business Plan we sit down with the Curator on the Go, Liza Zhurkovskaya, to learn more about maintaining the best image between artists and their curators and collectors. Learn about using unique spaces and what your audience wants when you tune into this lovely episode. Guest: Liza, known better as the Curator on the Go, is a Toronto-based Art Curator & Art Advisor. For more than seven years, Liza has worked directly with clients to help them buy and commission art and has brought hundreds of artworks to the public eye. In 2020, she started Kefi Art Gallery to contribute to Toronto culture and help people surround themselves with the beauty of art during the pandemic lockdowns. She is known as a community leader and is passionate about helping people make a living through their creative work. She has been working directly with artists and has helped them thrive in the industry through media opportunities, exhibitions, and business advice. Liza also produces Curator on the Go Podcast as a platform for creatives to share their stories and learn from each other. http://www.curatoronthego.com (www.curatoronthego.com) For more information on applying to Superfine Art Fair as well as recordings of this and all of our past podcasts, just visit http://www.superfine.world/ (www.superfine.world ) IG: https://www.instagram.com/superfineartfair/?hl=en (@superfineartfair) IG: https://www.instagram.com/curatoronthego/ (@curatoronthego) If you want to submit a listener question you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance of it being answered by Alex, James, and our guest! Hosted and Executive Produced by James Miille and Alexander Mitow Executive Producer/Producer : Joshua Guicherit Written by: Joshua Guicherit, Alexander Mitow, and James Miille Audio Edited by: Esteban del Sol
After receiving his Ph.D. in biology from Harvard University in 1984, Hans Sues conducted research as a postdoctoral fellow at McGill University and the Smithsonian on early Mesozoic vertebrates and ecosystems. In 1992, he became Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto and joined the faculty of the Department of Zoology at the University of Toronto. In 1999, Sues was appointed Vice President of Collections & Research at the Royal Ontario Museum and later held equivalent senior management positions at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh and the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. He is now Senior Research Geologist and Curator of Fossil Vertebrates in the Department of Paleobiology at the National Museum of Natural History.His research program centers on terrestrial vertebrate diversity and faunal changes during the late Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras and the evolutionary history of archosaurian reptiles, especially dinosaurs. Sues has authored or co-authored more than 150 scientific articles in leading peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes. He has edited or co-edited a number of books on vertebrate paleontology and paleoecology. Pre-order my new book 'The Path of an Eagle: How To Overcome & Lead After Being Knocked Down'.► AMAZON US► AMAZON AUSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thestorybox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Rev. Breanna Illéné and Pastor Kelsey sit down to talk Christian Education, what it means to be ecumenical in our faith and embrace the many Christian traditions we carry, and raising children who have a faith that is wider and broader than a particular denomination.About BreannaBreanna is the Curator of Content and Ecumenical Innovation Coordinator and her role includes communications; identifying, celebrating and sharing innovative ministries (particularly those involving ecumenical cooperation); building strategic relationships and broadening opportunities for ecumenical engagement. She has an MA in Social Justice (Loyola University-Chicago), an MA in Christian Education (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary) and an MDiv (Iliff School of Theology) and is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. She lives in Madison, WI with her son Ngnédji, spouse Andrew, and pitbull Ira. She loves to spend time outdoors (she's shooting for 1000 hours outdoors this year!), cooking and trying new foods, and traveling. Connect with us!Sign up for our Weekly Devotional emailsFollow us on Instagram or FacebookGive financially to support the Lady Preacher Podcast!
Today, I have an interview for you with George Miles, curator of the Western American Collection at the Beinecke Library at Yale. We spend a lot of time talking with and about the work of historians, but ungirding that work is the work of librarians and archivists who diligently assemble collections that scholars can draw on to original research. Miles has a wealth of knowledge to share about the historiography of the west, the relationship between photography and the creation of the myth of the west, curating archives to be more inclusive, and much more.
On the 29 April 1770, two men attempted to stop the disembarkation of a group of strange and unwelcome visitors on a beach in what came to be known as Botany Bay in Australia. The interlopers were lead by Captain James Cook of the British Royal Navy, and they were the first Europeans to make landfall in Eastern Australia. This incident had huge ramifications not just for the native Australians but also for people 10,000 miles away in Britain. With the so-called bloody code in force, Britons could face the death penalty for over 200 hundred offences. But the government lacked the infrastructure and the public the appetite for execution on an industrial scale. Australia provided a new avenue for the punishment of criminals. In this episode I discuss penal transportation with historian Brad Manera, Senior Historian and Curator of the Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park, Sydney. He co-authored Australia's submission to UNESCO which resulted in 11 penal transportation locations in the being listed as World Heritage sites. I began our conversation by asking him to explain the origins of Britain's Australian colonies. Music: Pixabay Picture: A Guard tower at Port Arthur Penal colony, Tasmania Mundoo Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 Port Arthur Guard tower.jpg --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-mainwaring5/message