Professor's Davin Heckman and Patrick Lichty talk about the iDMAa Weird Media Conference and Exhibition being held on the Winona State University campus.Original air date: 06/21/22Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Mussorgsky, shaken by the passing of his friend, the artist Victor Hartmann, turned his grief into music, composing his lavishly evocative 10-movement suite inspired by Hartmann's sketches. Riccardo Muti leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Ravel's iconic orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures from an Exhibition. 2018 Leeds International Piano Competition winner Eric Lu joins the CSO in Mozart's dark-hued final piano concerto. The program opens with Franck's supernatural thriller The Accursed Huntsman. Pianist Maurizio Pollini has withdrawn from this engagement; a statement from his management notes that “Maurizio Pollini is very disappointed to announce that for medical reasons, he is required to cancel his upcoming American tour.” Ticket holders are invited to a free preconcert conversation featuring Carl Grapentine in Orchestra Hall 75 minutes before the performance. The conversation will last approximately 30 minutes. No additional tickets required. Learn more: cso.org/performances/22-23/cso-classical/muti-conducts-pictures-from-an-exhibition
JD Hernandez welcomes everyone to season 4 of "Locked On Ducks," thus beginning a new season of hope and excitement. First, the Ducks begin their pre-season schedule with a stop in Tucson to play the not-quite-Coyotes at the home of the Roadrunners. After some talk about which players have shown some strides at training camp and the first game, JD gives his thanks to everyone over the past week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The food eaten in New York City reflects culinary traditions and cultural practices from around the world. A new exhibition at The Museum of the City of New York examines the city's bustling restaurant scene, diverse street food and current activist efforts to source food locally. Museum of the City of New York associate curator Dr. Monxo Lopez and New York University food studies professor Dr. Fabio Parasecoli join us to talk about the show, Food in New York: Bigger Than the Plate, which is now open until September 30, 2023.
Brenden Escott and Cam Moon bring you an audio recap on Edmonton's first preseason game with thoughts and analysis. That before Bob joins the show from the practice rink to update the line combinations before the game against Seattle. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The New Jersey Devils will play their first game against the Montreal Canadiens. Today's episode will serve as a preview, even though these games don't count for anything. I have a few topics that I want to explore before I break down the game. Subscribe to Locked On Devils! Follow me on Twitter: @treymatt4 Follow the show on Twitter: @LockedOnDevils Listen to Locked On Devils: https://linktr.ee/LockedOnDevils Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar: Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline: BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds, and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode is also available as a blog post: https://thecitylife.org/2022/09/24/the-whitney-museum-organizes-the-first-exhibition-to-focus-on-edward-hoppers-life-in-new-york-city/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citylifeorg/support
Extraordinary Tynwald today, our response to climate emergency, Manx wind farms, reaction to Government's exhibition & the rights of anti-vaxxers. Mannin Line with Andy Wint #iom #manninline #manxradio
On Sept 9, 2022, SOWAL House showcased some of South Walton's most renowned artists for a 24 hour pop up art exhibition. Alongside the artists listed below, this limited experience featured a string quartet that played Radiohead & Nirvana covers. Oh, and we asked Christine Tarpey from Better Together Beverage to man the bar. In this special episode, co-producers (Christy Milliken, Chris Tipton, Dheron Winfield and I) discuss the origins of this remarkable event as well as some of the logistics, and lessons learned. Enjoy! SELECTIONS: A Gallery Experience at SOWAL House featured the following artists: Allison Wickey Chandler Williams Chris Coleman David Alllen King Dheron Winfield Jim Clark Jonah Allen Justin Gaffrey Justin Gaffrey Jr. Lindsay Tobias Mark Little Nicole Paloma Honorable artist mentions: Aria Gaffrey Tommy Crow
Step back in time, and explore 70 years of Canadian children's television, in the Canadian Museum of History's newest exhibition. It's featuring everything from Pepinot to Paw Patrol - Television of Our Childhoods.
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News; PM Fiala tells Czechs “responsible attitude” and price caps will see them through the winter; Exhibition highlights “forgotten” communist-era photographer FafekSpreading joy, embracing pain – how Emil Zátopek became an all-time running legend
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Fresh 2 Death Exhibition was a two day showcase event that took place Sept 10-11 at Camp North End in CLT. The event, labeled Fashion StreetWhere, was brought to you by designers who created installments to highlight their contribution to the fashion scene in the CLT community and beyond. From fashion studios, models, Cars, Vendors, and an influx of patrons that stepped foot in the building you can feel the energy and a shift in culture to show what the city has cooking. The weekend was capped off by a fashion show that featured the designers for the weekend. WGN had an opportunity to set up shop and do a bit of "speed podding" to highlight the experience. I will be bringing you 3 parts of conversations with individuals involved in making this event a success. Special thanks to Dupp & Swatt and Crownkeepers for letting me be apart of this great event! #WhoGotNext #CLTure
Somewhere among the dark forests of Eastern Europe, Baba Yaga, the crinkled crone of Slavic folklore, lurks inside a timber hut atop a pair of chicken legs. She hops through the woods, doing good or evil or just her own thing, depending on whom you ask. GennaRose Nethercott's debut novel, Thistlefoot, reimagines the folklore of Baba Yaga in a contemporary American setting. Estranged siblings Bellatine and Isaac Yaga are brought together, somewhat unwillingly, by a surprising and mysterious inheritance: a sentient house on chicken legs, named Thistlefoot, who once belonged to their twice-great-grandmother, and with whom they embark on a cross-country puppet tour. But a shadowy figure from a century ago is stalking them, bringing the horrors of the Yagas' ancestral shtetl with him. Nethercott is a writer and folklorist whose first book, The Lumberjack's Dove, was selected by Louise Glück as a winner of the National Poetry Series. She joins us to talk about the folktales and history that inspired her latest work. Go beyond the episode:GennaRose Nethercott's ThistlefootCatch her on tour, with a live puppet show, this fallRead the short story “A Diviner's Abecedarian”“Vassilissa the Beautiful” is one of the tales featuring Ivan Bilibin's magnificent illustration in this collection of Russian fairy talesHear more Slavic folklore on our episode about the Snow MaidenTune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.Subscribe: iTunes • Feedburner • Stitcher • Google Play • AcastHave suggestions for projects you'd like us to catch up on, or writers you want to hear from? Send us a note: podcast [at] theamericanscholar [dot] org. And rate us on iTunes! Our theme music was composed by Nathan Prillaman. The music in this episode is “The Hut on Fowl's Legs,” from Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky, performed by the Oslo Philharmonic with conductor Semyon Bychkov. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Born in Bologna Italy and now based in Brooklyn, multimedia artist Federico Solmi's show "Joie de Vire" opens Friday September 16th at the Morris Museum in NJ, the state's second largest museum. The show features traditional art practices like drawing as well as digital technologies like VR and digital painting. Solmi joins us to talk about the show alongside curator Michelle Graves.
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We continue our week-long look at the Montclair Art Museum's offerings this fall. Today we speak talk about the exhibition, Transformed: Objects Reimagined by American Artists, which has been up for a while, but the pieces are always evolving. It's inspired by a 1964 Jasper Johns quote: “Take an object. Do something to it. Do something else to it.” The show features sixty works, Gail Stavitsky, chief curator of The Montclair Art Museum, joins to discuss.
Journalist and author Hadley Freeman, and Art UK editor and art historian Lydia Figes, review Ticket to Paradise starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, and the Winslow Homer exhibition at the National Gallery. And head judge Elizabeth Day joins Front Row for the announcement of the shortlist for the 2022 BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University. The first two shortlisted authors will be talking about what inspired their stories. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Eliane Glaser
An immersive Harry Potter exhibit will be in Atlanta this fall; Leaders reacted to the closing of Atlanta Medical Center; And Atlanta will hold family friendly events in the parks. #Buckhead #Atlanta #NorthFulton #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Northside Neighbor Podcast is local news for Roswell, Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, and the entire Northside. Northside Neighbor Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Northside Neighbor by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
If you couldn't attend the SPE ALCE in Galveston, TX, this year, this episode is for you. We talk with exhibitors about their latest artificial lift technology and the state of the industry. You'll be amazed at the innovation that's happening in this space.
Midday Report's Māni Dunlop has been at the blessing for the opening of the "Tōku reo, tōku ohooho" exhibition at the National Library - Te Puna Mātauranga. It's part of te wiki o te reo Māori a weeklong celebration of the language's revival, a journey largely sparked by the 33,000 signature strong petition delivered to Parliament today 50 years ago. It called for courses in Māori language and culture to be offered in all New Zealand schools. Dunlop spoke to Guyon Espiner.
It's te wiki o te reo Māori, a weeklong celebration of the language's revival, and revitalisation, a journey largely sparked by the 33,000 signature strong petition delivered to Parliament today 50 years ago. It called for courses in Māori language and culture to be offered in all New Zealand schools. As part of the commemorations, this morning a blessing is being held for the opening of the "Tōku reo, tōku ohooho" exhibition at the National Library - Te Puna Mātauranga. RNZ's Te Pūrongo o te Poutūtanga - Midday Report presenter Māni Dunlop spoke to Susie Ferguson from the ceremony.
From rare birds to ancient lizards and everything in between, Aotearoa has the highest rate of threatened indigenous species in the world. Predator Free 2050 exhibition Curator Val Cuthbert talks to Jesse.
SIGN UP TO MAKE SURE BIGTECH CANT SHUT ME DOWN SO WE CAN STAY IN CONTACT HERE: derek-oshea-show.mailchimpsites.comSupport the SHOW https://www.buymeacoffee.com/derekosheashowWANT A MUG WITH MY FACE ON IT?https://store.streamelements.com/theoneminutenewsZelensky to headline US defense industry conference led by Raytheon and Lockheed Martin!#zelensky #ukraine #politics Sources:https://abcnews.go.com/US/jackson-mississippi-water-shortage-crisis-cost-billions-dollars/story?id=89061056Staffing shortages, system issues and multiple equipment failures have led to a crisis where Jackson, Mississippi, residents have lost running water for an indefinite amount of time, Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba said at a press conference on Tuesday.Lumumba attributed the city's water crisis to a lack of maintenance over the last few decades, adding that it will cost billions of dollars to fix the issue."This is a set of accumulated problems based on deferred maintenance that's not taken place over decades," Lumumba said.Jackson to lose running water for unknown amount of time: Mississippi governorLumumba estimated it would cost at least $1 billion to fix the water distribution system and billions more to resolve the issue altogether."The residents of Jackson are worthy of a dependable system, and we look forward to a coalition of the willing who will join us in the fight to improve this system that's been failing for decades," Lumumba said. - ABC Newshttps://thehill.com/policy/defense/3636685-zelensky-to-headline-us-defense-industry-conference/Zelensky to headline US defense industry conferenceUkrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will address U.S. defense contractors later this month when he headlines the annual Future Force Capabilities Conference and Exhibition hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA).Zelensky is scheduled to speak at the event Sept. 21, according to the program for the event available on the NDIA's website. Oleksii Reznikov, Ukraine's minister of defense, is also scheduled to speak that day.News of the appearances was first reported by Reuters, which noted that the officials will speak via video link. Zelensky is expected to appeal for more weapons for his country during his speech, the outlet added.News of the Ukrainian president's speech to the NDIA — whose membership includes defense industry giants like Raytheon Technologies, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics — comes as Kyiv looks to fend off Russia's invasion as it drags through its sixth month.The U.S. has committed $15.2 billion in security assistance to Ukraine since the beginning of the Biden administration, including $14.5 billion since Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24.On Thursday, the U.S. unveiled a $675 million weapons package to Ukraine, including additional High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, additional high-speed anti-radiation missiles and more than 5,000 anti-armor systems, among other equipment. - The HILLSUPPORT THE SHOW : https://streamelements.com/theoneminutenews/tipPolitically Homeless Daily Comedy News Show#breakingnews #politics #politicallyhomelessEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/derekosheashowRumble : https://rumble.com/c/c-624233Podcast Audio Webpage: https://derekosheashow.buzzsprout.comApple Podcast : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/derek-oshea-show-comedy-news-show/id1508917484Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/show/3BNCK8HjbDOtyOlHMOVGTXOdysee: https://odysee.com/@DerekOsheaShowWebsite : https://theoneminutenews.wixsite.com/derekosheashowTwitter: https://twitter.com/DerekOsheaShowInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/derekosheashow/Support the show
Cover photo of Miki Garcia by Alonso Parra.Please visit the website for Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration at ASU's Art Museum and at Berkeley Art Museum to learn more.1:30 ASU Art Museum's mission as a learning institution that centers art and artists in the service of social good and community well-being2:40 inspiration for Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration exhibition as a cultural mark in time for ASU Art Museum 6:40 effort to address all dimensions of an exhibition on mass incarceration and its impact on viewers8:00 Art for Justice Fund's involvement in exhibition 9:05 prior exhibition with artist Gregory Sale who worked with incarcerated populations9:15 Contemporary Art Museum Houston and Nicole Fleetwood's work with the Walls Turned Sideways: Artists Confront the Justice System exhibition 10:20 Undoing Time's focus began with a survey of how incarceration has been portrayed through images from the 18th Century Code of Hammurabi forward11:30 12 artists invited to create commissions for Undoing Time, including Mario Ybarra, Jr. who created a pizza parlor vignette that dealt with Ybarra's childhood friend Richard who later was incarcerated on a murder charge13:20 rehabilitation was shown in Ybarra's work that's not shown in historical images of incarceration 13:55 Stephanie Syjuco's commission abstracted images of black and brown incarcerated population15:10 Juan Brenner's commission about the Guatemalan Highlands and how the U.S. West Coast prison system gang culture was exported to Central America16:10 destruction of Guatemalan Highlands' residence due to erection of prison that houses Mara Salvatrucha gang17:25 architecture of prisons, e.g, the panopticon, the fortress18:00 Indigenous artists Raven Chacon and Cannupa Hanska Luger 19:15 Luger's commission focus on the relationship of land to mass incarceration19:25 Mass Liberation Arizona's mission of people over property21:00 Theater maker and Playwright Michael Rohd choreographed going through the exhibition 22:55 Raven Chacon's musical composition about a juvenile detention center24:10 Rohd's positing of questions and cards for viewer feedback 26:45 Art for Justice Fund to ASU poet Natalie Diaz and the Center for Imagination in the Borderlands30:00 undergoing critique of the purpose and operation of museums 33:30 museums are civic institutions of dialogue, engagement and storytelling and should be responsible to the communities they serve35:30 art's power to challenge inherited narratives about incarceration 37:15 how she sees her legacy to eliminate as many boundaries as possible and uphold all kinds of art forms and include more voices and to open up what a museum can be and who it's actually for39:20 evolution of her definition of justice 40:45 justice has to be fought for 40:55 justice as public loveTo view rewards for supporting the podcast, please visit Warfare's Patreon page.To leave questions or comments about this or other episodes of the podcast, please call 1.929.260.4942 or email Stephanie@warfareofartandlaw.com. © Stephanie Drawdy 
In our second interview with Brett we talked more about his hardcore journey rather than just focusing on his current band Exhibition. It was a fun conversation in which Chris and Mark taled to Brett about "House of the Dragon" (EPISODE 1 SPOILER WARNING IF YOU HAVENT SEEN IT). We talked about an Exhibition record announcement which should have already happened by the time you read this. We talked about a bunch other cool topics as well. If you make it to the very end after the episode song you get a special story that Brett shares about his famous/infamous uncle. So check it out and we hope that you enjoy it. thanks for Listening. Episode music is "Chaos Unfolding" by Exhibition https://exhibitionhc.bandcamp.com/
Town Square with Ernie Manouse airs at 3 p.m. CT. Tune in on 88.7FM, listen online or subscribe to the podcast. Join the discussion at 888-486-9677, email@example.com or @townsquaretalk. Never forget. Twenty-one years later, the scars left by the events of September 11, 2001, are still fresh for many Americans who tragically lost their loved ones during the attacks. Many, like artist Nicola McClean, remember where she was that tragic day as she witnessed the attack on the World Trade Center. As a photographer living in New York City at the time, she grabbed her camera, headed downtown, and captured what she could on film. She wasn't prepared for the devastation, but told herself in that moment, that through these images, this would never be forgotten. Her experiences from that tragic day inspired Nicola to create the Ground Zero 360 “Remembrance” exhibition, which features photographs, artwork made from materials recovered from the Twin Towers, missing person posters, and personal artifacts from police officers and firefighters who lost their lives that tragic day. The exhibit also features the work of over 60 artists from all over the world as they reflected on their feelings of the 9/11 attacks. In this episode, live on location at the exhibit, hear from the curator and co-founder of the Ground Zero 360 exhibition, retired NYPD Inspector Paul McCormack. He shares his experience working as an NYPD commanding officer on that day, working to locate survivors at Ground Zero with other first responders, and the inspiration he found from fellow Americans banding together in the wake of such a tragedy. We also talk to family members who lost loved ones on that day and how they are honoring their memories. Plus, we talk with a participating artist on why it was so important for him to be a part of this exhibit. Ground Zero 360 “Remembrance” runs September 12, 2022, through January 31, 2023 at Houston Baptist University Art Museum and Galleries. It is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Guests: Paul McCormack Retired NYPD Inspector Curator, Executive Producer & Co-Founder, Ground Zero 360 Michael Roque Collins Artist Senior Director of Visual Arts Department, Houston Baptist University Senior Artist-In-Residence, Painting Jim Smith Lost his wife, NYPD Officer Moira Smith Patrick Jackson Lost His Brother-In-Law, FDNY Firefighter Kevin O'Rourke Town Square with Ernie Manouse is a gathering space for the community to come together and discuss the day's most important and pressing issues. We also offer a free podcast here, on iTunes, and other apps.
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2022 Screen Print Biennial founder printmaker Nathan Meltz speaks with Hudson Mohawk Magazines Andrea Cunliffe about this exhibition at the Opalka Gallery in Albany. This exhibition showcases artists who employ adventurous, relevant and passionate takes on the screenprinted medium. Exhibition open to October 29, Reception FRI, Sept. 16, 6pm Come early for exhibition TOUR with curator Nathan Meltz at 5:30pm *This event is happening concurrently with our Pop-up Beer Garden outside on the gallery patio from 6-9pm.Reception*
It's just like old times having Jennifer Coates back to co-host the podcast! This week we're talking about the miasmic malaise that descends upon each of us after a show closes (and also the "narcissistic fugue state" that descends upon us during the run of the show). We all begin as studio goblins cranking on a deadline, feeding on coffee and starbursts, and then all of a sudden...the show comes...and we are thrust into the bright lights and small talk of an opening. It's a big switch, and it's bound to unnerve the best of us. Jennifer and I reveal which unearthly creatures we each think represent us as avatars when we are in studio-cranking-goblin-mode (Spoiler alert: Amy is an Olm and Jennifer is an Extremophile Bacterium). And we also hash out strategies to stay as balanced as possible during the rollercoaster ride of studio-to-show-to-deinstall-day. Excerpted readings for this episode: When Art Puts on a Party Hat: A Guide to Gallery Openings William Grimes, NYT 1995 Coping with the Post Exhibition Blues Sylvia White, Artadvice.com 2007 7 Practical Ways to Battle Post-Event Blues Esther Snippe, Skillcamp/Speakerhub 2018 Artists mentioned: Louise Bourgeois, Fairfield Porter, Andrew Wyeth John McLaughlins Corner: Shout out to gone-but-not-forgotten "Bye Bye!" signature signoff legend, John McLaughlin of the McLaughlin Group Shout out to Prog Rock guitarist John McLaughlin also! Jennifer's much beloved old Horoscope column at Two Coats of Paint as Crystal "Kitty" Shimski Jennifer Coates' website: http://www.jenniferlcoates.com/ Amy's website: https://www.amytalluto.com/ Pep Talks on IG: @peptalksforartists Donate to the Peps: Buy Me a Coffee or https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support. All music tracks and SFX are licensed from Soundstripe. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peptalksforartistspod/support
We're now through the first weekend of the 2022 college football season; our first opportunity to se the new quarterbacks at both Washington and Washington State. Ian covers the good and the bad from both local teams, Oregon getting crushed by Georgia, and more. Texts react to the M's, and the Hawks' action green uniforms. Fact or Fiction officially starts tomorrow, but since we have time today, we play another exhibition round. Softy then joins the show before the afternoon show gets underway.
Today's Topics: 1, 2) Germany: Voodoo Exhibition in Church https://www.gloria.tv/post/sdQoYLbTAu242GFEN6cCJsRfU 2, 3) Former Catholic high school in Harrisburg to become a Halloween "haunted house" https://www.pennlive.com/entertainment/2022/08/former-central-pa-catholic-high-school-to-become-a-haunted-house-this-fall.html 3, 4) High school Satan club: “They took God out of school, now they're letting Satan in” https://www.lifenews.com/2022/08/29/high-school-will-allow-after-school-satan-club-they-took-god-out-of-school-now-theyre-letting-satan-in/