After a very long hiatus, the podcast has returned in a new setting with tons of new guests to come! This week Kevin sat with a Harlem native, Jhaire. The conversation touches base on basketball culture in NYC, being African-American in the US, and even a touched bit on sneaker culture. Follow, comment, and subscribe to stay up to date with everything Gallery 95 related. Host: Kevin Acevedo (@kev_ery) Guest: Jha (@overtimejha)
“We're going to need more art—all of it—to solve the world's challenging problems. Creative intelligence is what it takes to inject life into the culture, to drive effective leadership, to drive new ideas. We don't have to choose. We can have one foot in the world of visceral taste and touch and another foot in the digital world without having to split ourselves in half.” This is a bite-sized The Thriving Artist™podcast episode with Daniel DiGriz's perspective on art news and cultural change. As you may know from previous episodes, Daniel peruses the art news of The New York Times. This time, a couple of headlines really stood out! The first one is 50 years of Taking Photography Seriously. The synopsis: When the Photographer's Gallery opened in London in 1971, few saw the medium as suitable for exhibitions. Today everyone does. The second article is Hands Off the Library's Picture Collection! The synopsis: Cornell Spiegelman and Warhol browse the famous collection of images in the New York Public Library. Now a century of serendipitous discovery will come to an end if the collection is closed off to the public. This episode is courtesy of Shirley Lemmon. Support this podcast
Mike and Ting talk about Hong Kong's new art museum and the Spider-Man multiverse. NOTE: this is the pre-episode warm up chat for Looking At.... Contact us: @lostlevelsclub or email@example.com Show Notes: Pre-Chat M+ HKMoA M+ Facade Saleable floor area property rule perplexes public Tiny ‘nano flats' have proliferated in Hong Kong after construction rules loosened in 2012 Tate Modern MoMA My Bed Hong Kong's Sticky-Note Revolution In Pictures: Hong Kong's new HK$5.9bn M+ museum offers stunning showcase for the arts, organisers play down censorship fears Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME - Official Trailer (HD) (YouTube) Otto Octavius (Earth-616) Elon Tusk The case against billionaire philanthropy The Matrix Resurrections – Official Trailer 1 (YouTube)
Alannah Farrell (b.1988, Kingston, NY) is a queer transmasculine painter who lives and works in the East Village, New York, NY. They grew up in a rural hamlet in upstate NY, raised by two outside-the-system creative parents. They began undergraduate studies at The Cooper Union, New York, NY, receiving their BFA in 2011. Their work was previously exhibited at Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (solo), The Painting Center, New York, NY (solo); Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York, NY; Harper's, East Hampton, NY, Harper's, Los Angeles, CA, Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, and UTA Artist Space, Los Angeles, CA. They have a forthcoming solo exhibition at Harper's new location in Chelsea at 512 West 22nd Street, New York, NY, 2022. They are represented by Harper's Gallery, New York, and Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles. Their work centers around a humanistic celebration of the individuals in their community, a predominantly queer creative community in NYC, by exposing the personal struggles, uncertainties, intimate moments, and triumphs they face.
This is a wild ride. Kate is cooking breakfast throughout this entire episode. We learn that there is a new director at the Kadist. Maysoun is rededicating herself to not being part of art scene pretension. We find out about an extinct prehistoric turkey.the music in this episode is by FAVORS
On the ninety-fourth edition of Reality Bomb, we're doing a live episode on Zoom where Graeme Burk and Joy Piedmont are joined by panelists Sage Young, KatyBeth Schmid, Max Curtis and Bill Evenson to talk about Chris Chibnall's legacy on Doctor Who. Plus a surprise (perhaps not really) guest brings the 1965 story The Rescue to the Gallery of the Underrated. And the panel plays "Would I Lie 'Bout Doctor Who With You" with special guest Alex Kennard. And Kim Rogers joins us for comedy and listeners Q and A. It's the best way to enjoy the 58th anniversary of Doctor Who!
In this episode, Louise meets gallerist Sarah Collier who runs the beautiful Silson Contemporary gallery in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Sarah explains how and why she started her gallery and offers lots of sound advice to artists seeking gallery representation. The conversation covers how to choose the right galleries, how to approach a gallery owner, how to price your work, and how to present it to best effect. During the conversation, Sarah also shares the ins and outs of running a gallery and discussed some of her role models. This interview is packed with practical tips and inside insights - if you want to interest galleries in your work, listen now! Mentioned Silson Contemporary https://silsoncontemporaryart.co.uk/ Cupola Gallery http://www.cupolagallery.com/about Gallery at Home https://www.galleryathome.co.uk/ Eastwood Fine Art https://www.eastwoodfineart.com/ Find our websites and sign up for our newsletters at: www.alicesheridan.com www.louisefletcherart.com Follow us on Instagram: @alicesheridanstudio @louisefletcher_art Credits: "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
TikTok has transformed the way that consumers and brands interact with each other online over the course of just a couple of years. But the past year in particular has given those brands, and the media companies they partner with, more confidence in their approach to creating content for the platform. The biggest helper in decoding the secrets to TikTok success from a brand perspective is having the scale and regular posting cadence to quickly identify hits, as well as learn when to change course. That's at least been the case for Gallery Media, publisher of PureWow and One37pm. The digitally native media company, owned by Gary Vaynerchuk's creative media agency VaynerX, has the unique advantage of having both its roster of 25 owned-and-operated editorial TikTok channels and the creative control of more than 10 brand partners' channels to get a good sense of the type of content that organically thrives on this highly creative social media platform. So over the past year, regularly posting on those 35-plus pages has illuminated some of the bigger TikTok trends of the year for Gallery Media, which led to gaining views, followers and even dollars from brands looking to CEO Ryan Harwood's team to implement those learnings into their own social media strategies. In the latest episode of the Digiday Podcast, Harwood discusses creating a team of creatives who could quickly adapt the company's playbook for the ever evolving platform, as well as how the editorial successes inform the brand campaigns posted to TikTok, and vice versa.
This week on the podcast, Carla Bisong, founder of Bisong Art Gallery, joins us. She recounts her decision to launch an art gallery while working in the financial services industry, and when she knew it was time to leave financial services to focus solely on running her gallery. She gives a lot of practical business advice, from how artists should sell their art to how she monetizes many of her resources. Visual artists and those who want to own a retail space will find great value in Carla's interview. Show notes: https://www.artsentrepreneurshippodcast.com/episodes/145-carl-bisong-gallery-owner
Surprise! Another podcast! We want to bring your ears to visualize the world of art through Christiaan's lens; more specifically how an aspiring artist can relate personal experience during his/her pursuit in art. Christiaan Lopez-Miro, a former FIU student and professional photographer at Duke University— and independent— shared with us his inspirations and judgement of character which have happened to transpire during his career. Lopez-Miro is a Miami native artist-photographer who has seen compelling work throughout his career, and we learned a lot about him and his achievements; as well as how he managed during recent times, with his love for film in mind as a priority. Christiaan was absolutely generous in approaching this interview with us, and we encourage you to listen. We would like to thank the FIU students and the students over at Andres Bello Catholic University for keeping us company during the interview, and for the hard work the team presented. There are plenty of bright minds to source inspiration from. Thank you and don't forget, stay curious.
NPR Books Editor Petra Mayer, who has been a longtime contributor to Reality Bomb, died suddenly on November 13. In this special episode Graeme Burk is joined by the Verity! podcast's Deb Stanish to remember Petra and the special enthusiasm she had for Doctor Who. We revisit the highlights of Petra's 26 appearances on the program, and represent four complete segments including Petra's first time on the program, doing a Gallery of the Underrated on the Sylvester McCoy story The Happiness Patrol way back in episode 013 (July 2014); Petra's stinging critique of the lack of women writers in Doctor Who from episode 018 (December 2014); Petra and Deb Stanish at our second New York City live show talking about the enduring power of regeneration in Doctor Who back in episode 038 (September 2016); and finally we have Petra's contribution to our "Variations on a Timeless Child" episode (083) on a retcon that did not please her (to put it mildly) from September 2020. Petra Mayer will be missed by Doctor Who fans everywhere.
We have an absolute deluge of listener emails this week! What do you do about cat fur in your paint? How do you get rid of art you bought but don't want anymore? Get the wise answers only the Pine Tree can provide!The music in this episode is by Vector HoldSend your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Today - Chelan County PUD is anticipating record growth over the next few years — but expanding its operations will come with a high price tag, meaning the district may add a new fee. Also, Collapse Gallery in Wenatchee is offering life drawing starting tomorrow. Sessions will include a live nude model. Finally, we're excited to share a Wenatchee 30 Under 35 winner from the 2021 awards… These were made possible by Chelan County PUD. Today we're highlighting 30 year old Eliza Zuniga - the staffing manager at Confluence Health. Learn more on these stories at wenatcheeworld.com Support the show: https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/site/forms/subscription_services/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a birthday party for Dick Powell, but instead of cake we've got four old time radio mysteries starring the singing star turned film noir leading man and radio gumshoe. First, he co-stars with his then-wife Joan Blondell in the comedy-mystery Miss Pinkerton, Inc. (originally aired on CBS on July 12, 1941). Next, Powell is private eye Richard Rogue in Rogue's Gallery. We'll hear "Suspicious Will aka Anson Leeds is Dead" (originally aired on Mutual on January 17, 1946). Then, as Richard Diamond, Private Detective, he solves "The Cover-up Murders aka The Eight O'Clock Killer" (originally aired on CBS on June 7, 1953). Finally, Powell plays "the man with the action-packed expense account" in the 1948 audition recording for Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.
Show Notes: Church Bazaars, Holiday Traditions, Favorite Holidays, Columbus Travel Calendar, Amy's Clay Class and having a weekly reset, Burke's table adventure, Prairie Oaks Metro Park, and One More Thing! MMELO Boutique Confections https://mmelo.co/ Little Ladies Soft Serve: https://www.littleladiessoftserve.com/ Little Ladies New Location: https://www.instagram.com/littleladiessoftserve/ Smoked on High - Thanksgiving Turkey is Back! Order by Nov 21: https://www.smokedonhigh.com/thanksgiving-turkey Nov 19-21 Golden Hobby Gift Shop Annual Holiday Open House and 50th Anniversary: https://www.facebook.com/events/848596525785846 Nov 21 Columbus Women's Chorus: Rise Up concert: https://www.colswomenschorus.org/ Art Unites Columbus at Ohio State: https://library.osu.edu/exhibits/art-unites-columbus-at-ohio-state Ohio Glass Museum Celebrating Over 200 Years of Libbey Glass: https://www.ohioglassmuseum.org/ Holiday Artisan Market at 3060 Gallery: https://3060gallery.com/ Prairie Oaks Metro Park https://www.metroparks.net/parks-and-trails/prairie-oaks/
Author Noah Charney discusses his book The Devil in the Gallery: How Scandal, Shock and Rivalry Shaped the Art World. https://www.amazon.com/Devil-Gallery-Scandal-Rivalry-Shaped-ebook/dp/B08YWQZTBD/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Devil+in+the+Gallery%3A+How+Scandal%2C+Shock+and+Rivalry+Shaped+the+Art+World&qid=1636743032&sr=8-1 Author Website: www.noahcharney.com Association for Research into Crimes against Art, a non-profit research group on issues in art crime www.artcrimeresearch.org Making It: The Artist's Survival Guide: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B097D6RK2J/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i5
This week, Wes and Todd talk with Greg Geiger and Jay Pond, Artists and Owners of Gallery Six13 in Rapid City, South Dakota. Greg and Jay discuss the catalyst for opening Gallery Six13, their model for the gallery, what they've learned as Artists opening a gallery, outsider art, how they became involved with the Rodney Bode story, how they became guardians and representatives of Rodney Bode's work, and their current exhibit of Bode's work. Join us for a compelling conversation with Greg and Jay about American Outsider Artist, Rodney Bode.Check out Rodney Bode's work and all the Artists that Greg and Jay show at Gallery Six13 at www.gallerysix13.comLearn more about Rodney Bode and explore his work at https://rodneybode.comCheck out the fantastic Randal Iverson short documentary on Rodney Bode at https://vimeo.com/509121188Follow Gallery Six13 on social media:On Instagram - www.instagram.com/gallerysix13/@gallerysix13On Facebook - www.facebook.com/gallerysix13
Maysoun goes totally Sarah Palin on her former roommate, Shannon over her work at a giant tech company. We also talk about a couple shows and the western grebe! The dancer of water birds!The music in this episode is by GiraffageThis is Shannon now.
Erwin Koerts, Technical Director at Aeroprint, discusses his mission to make the impossible possible, and collaborate with clients on challenging projects by providing unexpected creative solutions. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Erwin Koerts on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ekoerts/ Aeroprint: https://www.aeroprint.nl/ Aeroprint ‘oooooh' Gallery: https://www.aeroprint.nl/ooooohgallery/
You're listening to the Westerly Sun's podcast, where we talk about the best local events, new job postings, obituaries, and more. First, a bit of Rhode Island trivia. Today's trivia is brought to you by Perennial. Perennial's new plant-based drink “Daily Gut & Brain” is a blend of easily digestible nutrients crafted for gut and brain health. A convenient mini-meal, Daily Gut & Brain” is available now at the CVS Pharmacy in Wakefield. Now for some trivia. Did you know that Woonsocket native, Andrew Inzer, is a former pro football offensive lineman. He attended Brown University and was a practice squad member of the Super Bowl XXXVI winning New England Patriots and on the active roster of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2002. At Brown, Inzer won an Ivy Football Championship in 1999, served as Tri-Captain in 2000, earned Ivy League all-league honors, and was awarded the university wide Zucconi Award for sportsmanship in 2001. Next, a fun activity to do this week.. The Hoxie Gallery at the Westerly Library is exhibiting the works of local artist Michale Sisco. You can check out his works any time during regular library hours during the month of November. See you there! Looking for a new role? We're here to help. Today's Job posting comes from Aramark in Westerly. They're looking for food service workers. Experience preferred and must be able to do occasional heavy lifting of up to 25 pounds. If you'd like to learn more or apply, you can do so by using the link in our episode description. https://www.indeed.com/jobs?l=Westerly%2C%20RI&mna=5&aceid&gclid=Cj0KCQjwpf2IBhDkARIsAGVo0D2S3gEb-328GyRpBuTTeeKPdn3-klOh0KYAsfete6MEZmI5S4qTg-4aAnQkEALw_wcB&vjk=d06937ce8054ae33&advn=3085667542396710 Today we're remembering the life of Sheila Grover. Born in Springfield, Sheila attended Wilbraham schools and graduated from Minnechaug Regional High School in 1986. She earned a Bachelor's Degree from Emerson College. Sheila had many talents. She became nationally ranked traveling across the country as part of her college debating team. She spent a semester touring Europe and visited India, Greece and Canada. After college, Sheila pursued her career in the entertainment business, working in Boston and eventually New York City. She worked her way up to Costume Supervisor for many movies and television shows, including many years at Law and Order, Criminal Intent. Her final employment was as Supervisor for Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. This earned her two Emmy nominations as part of the Costume Team headed by Donna Zakowska. Eventually, Sheila settled in Richmond, close to the beaches that she loved so much. Sheila was active in the Richmond community where she was elected to the School Committee. She is survived by the "Light of her life" and her greatest accomplishment, her 12 year old daughter, her devoted parents, her husband, brother, beloved step daughters, granddaughter and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Sheila's family would like to thank her "Mrs. Maisel work crew" who never forgot her during her battle with cancer. Also, the caring staff at South County Cancer Center, especially Dr. Taber. Thank you for taking a moment with us today to remember and celebrate Sheila's life. That's it for today, we'll be back next time with more! Also, remember to check out our sponsor Perennial, Daily Gut & Brain, available at the CVS on Main St. in Wakefield! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, Tasha and Thea talk all about how to plan a gallery wall. Gallery walls seem to overwhelm a lot of people, but they don't have to be that complicated. In fact, Tasha who usually approaches everything in a "Type A" way doesn't approach gallery walls that way. Listen in to learn about everything from choosing a color story for your gallery wall to how to pick an anchor point that will then help you plan the rest of your layout. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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This week Katie and Alexis had Cora from Cora B Gallery on the podcast to discuss everything traditional art! Cora explained how she started selling her paintings and products in local markets and how she has found the best way to advertise her business. This episode is great for anyone who is looking to start creating physical artwork, or getting into farmers markets and small, local businesses. Check out Check Your Aesthetic on Instagram Check out Alexis on Instagram Check out Alexis on Tik Tok Check out Alexis's Etsy Check out Katie on Instagram Check out Katie on Tik Tok Check out Katie's website Check out Cora's Instagram Check out Cora's website
In this episode of The Artist Business Plan we sit down with artist Trey Speegle who leads an amazing masterclass on creating multiple artistic revenue streams and putting your all into your art business. Have your North Star that guides you and learn how to be a self-motivated artist entrepreneur. "Microscope, telescope. Microscope, telescope. You have to look intensely at something and then you have to pull back and see what it is you're doing that fits into the world.” - Trey Speegle Guest: Using one of the world's largest collections of vintage paint-by-number paintings, artist Trey Speegle uses humor, affirmations and word play that resonate with a broad, pop appeal. Speegle has collaborated with Stella McCartney, Squarespace, Anthropologie Home, Armorlux, Fred Perry, PAOM, Jonathan Adler and Fringe Studios. In 2014, he created a mural in Michelle Obama's Partnership for a Healthy America. In 2016 Regan Arts released Trey's book Transform Your Life with Color By Number. His Speegle Studio, The RePOP Shop & Gallery 52 are housed in a former gas station in Jeffersonville, New York in the Catskill Mountains. http://treyspeegle.com/ (http://treyspeegle.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/speeglestudio/?hl=en (@speeglestudio) If you want to submit a listener question you can email it to email@example.com 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 : Kelsey Susino Written by: Kelsey Susino, Alexander Mitow, and James Miille Audio Edited by: Frederico Solar Fernandez
We talk about the thought-provoking exhibition of Helen Levitt's work at the Photographer's Gallery in London. See links below. ‘Helen Levitt: In the Street', The Photographers' Gallery, London (15 October 2021 – 13 February 2022): https://thephotographersgallery.org.uk/whats-on/helen-levitt-retrospective Photographers' Gallery, ‘Helen Levitt: In The Street - Interview with exhibition curators Walter Moser & Anna Dannemann' (26 October 2021): https://youtu.be/IfvaZBoIuYw Helen Levitt, Janice Loeb, James Agee, ‘In The Street' (1948), The Metropolitan Museum of Art: https://youtu.be/hznvV2bBkX4?t=194 ‘Tomorrow is Ragamuffin Day', New York Genealogical and Biographical Society (23 November 2016): https://www.newyorkfamilyhistory.org/blog/tomorrow-ragamuffin-day Vincente Minelli (director), Irene (costume supervisor), ‘Meet Me in St. Louis' (1944): https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0037059/ ‘Helen Levitt's Indelible Eye', All Things Considered, National Public Radio (17 January 2002): https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1136521 (interview with Helen Levitt by Melissa Block) Hamleys: https://www.hamleys.com/ Wilterminus, ‘The Sound of dial-up Internet' (10 November 2008): https://youtu.be/gsNaR6FRuO0
In his 3rd appearance on the show, Alex from Super Make Something fills in while Shawn is out this week. We talk everything from Tiny Houses, Muppets, Video Games, holiday decorations, AI, and characters on YouTube, we got something for everyone here.
Sponsored by Tierra Farm. Music by Aaron Dessner.In this episode, Hawthorne Valley's Executive Director Martin Ping had a chance to chat with artist and educator Martina Müller. Together they explore the many ways that art enlivens our lives – from the practice of observation intrinsic in the experience of making art and its impact on our interpersonal relationships, and even society as a whole – to the way that creativity allows us to access our more divine selves. Martina believes that we're all artists because we can all learn to make art.Martina studied art and English at Ruhr University in Bochum Germany and Emerson College in England, and holds a four-year full-time Waldorf Teaching Diploma from the Institute of Waldorf Pedagogy in Witten-Annen, Germany with a specialization in teaching high school art and art history. A faculty member of The Alkion Center at Hawthorne Valley since 2003, and Senior Artistic Director and Curator for the new gallery Lightforms Art Center in Hudson, Martina taught middle and high school art for two decades at Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School. An accomplished artist and internationally published children's book illustrator, Martina is a founding member of Gallery 345 in Hudson. She has exhibited her artwork in numerous venues throughout New York and Massachusetts including Sculpture Now at the Mount in Lenox, MA, Flying Horse Sculpture Show, Hamilton, MA, Diana Felber Gallery, La Mama La Galleria in New York City, Center Point Gallery, in New York City and many others. She creates her paintings, sculptures and installation pieces by bringing meditative content inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner and great spiritual documents from many spiritual traditions together with the living forces of nature. She lives in Ghent, NY where she maintains her studio.Visit Lightforms Art Center's websiteVisit Martina's websiteDonate to Hawthorne Valley
This week we are naysayers about a crystal fair. Also Kate tries to get Maysoun into a snork mask and out the door. Everyone email Maysoun if you're bothered by any of the mouse clicking in this episode. Love you! Bye!The music in this episode is by New Scans Save these guys by making a wetlands in your apartment!
This week I interview Copro gallery owner Gary Pressman. We talk his early days of art collecting, coming up in the early LA punk scene, working at the original Copro Gallery location, moving Copro to Bergamot Station, the Copro art community, advice for artists and tons more! Another great interview! Also- an art life update and the synesthesia word of the week. Copro Links: Website: www.coprogallery.com Instagram: @coprogallery The Dark Art Society Podcast is produced by Chet Zar. Become an Official Member of the Dark Art Society: www.patreon.com/DarkArtSociety Chet's Patreon: www.patreon.com/ChetZar The Dark Art Society Instagram: instagram.com/darkartsociety Official Dark Art Society Website: www.darkartsociety.com The Dark Art Society Podcast is now available in a variety of places, including the following platforms: SoundCloud: @darkartsociety iTunes: apple.co/2gMNUfM Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/s?fid=134626&refid=stpr Podbay: podbay.fm/show/1215146981 YouTube: bit.ly/2nNYPre DarkArtSociety.com Copyright Chet Zar LLC 2021
Irene hosted a heart-warming, wonderful Gallery with the very gifted Shelly R. Wilson, who is an Author, an Intuitive, a Medium, a Psychic and a Conscious Creator. Shelly and Irene chatted about the difference between a psychic and a medium, how Shelly senses Spirit, and the difference between being spiritually “awake” or “asleep.” Shelly brought through messages from deceased loved ones in addition to psychic messages filled with guidance for the people in attendance. This was an incredible event that provided much healing for all. There will continue to be more of these wonderful Galleries hosted by Grief and Rebirth podcast, so enjoy this truly special Gallery with Shelly and stay tuned for more to come! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/griefandrebirth/support
Join Brandie Sager and I as we take you for a tour of my latest gallery show. Located at 701 Duval Street the Effusion Gallery is one of Key West's best. Not the usual interview show but entertaining none the less.
Its spooky time! We follow the Heroes of Pumpkin fest (aka Knights of the Indigo Rose) as they escort the noble lady from last year to a Pumpkinfest Party in the Court of Bets End. While they have to make a unexpected pit stop due to a sick horse, they get a chance to explore the nearby small town of Witchdun. What could go wrong? With their charming personalities, nothing can go wrong!The Gallery of Non-Heroes:Risssssssk Korth (Kumar) a lizardfolk that sees other races as meat played by Kumar,Obsidian Mudclot (Joe) a dwarf with a clockwork shotgun who's volume is turned up to 12 Shoal Lusteen (Tim) a Human who claims to follow some god called Bainéand Ayges (our special guest star Jesus Gonzalez), a Sorcerer a custom race called the Kupra Soldato (artificial race made by humans in the great human civil war) who is a necromancer and calls organics “Oxygen Breathers”. Dm's note: Everything is linked, lets see what comes from these events….Credits:Thank you to Jesus Gonzalez and Jon for their great work!Intro "halloween special 2019 - DumbIdeaNo1" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comCredit Music: "Freaky Theme_longer" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comThank you to Freesound.org for SFX used under Creative Commons 0 license unless otherwise listed. Please support the posters there as they are doing this out of the kindness of their hearts.And please visit us for updates and more at www.dcuhshow.com and look us up on facebook because we are lonely and need friends!Twitter:@DcuHshow#DCUHhttps://www.instagram.com/dcuhpodcast
This week on the Streetwise podcast we discuss apocalyptic opportunity, enjoy a reading of Abby Olcese's "Rogue's Gallery," vibe to Steddy P ft DJ Mahf's track "Outta Pocket," chat with Liz Cook about The Malört Mêlée at Minibar, and enjoy a bonus track from Bummer.Streetwise is hosted by Brock Wilbur, Editor-in-Chief of The Pitch. Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Subscribe to the Streetwise newsletter, a weekly meditation on Kansas City news and events.Jason Klamm read our magazine story. Thanks to Jason Beers for our theme song, “One Kicker.” Our editor is Terence Wiggins.
This week we decide who is the king of Bay Area museums. We also announce the winner of our first annual pumpkin carving contest!!! Maysoun accidentally thinks it's January for a second! Unbelievable! The music in this episode it by bastiengoatGo see the shows at MoADFairfield BeaversSuzanne's beaver podcast!INGRID FOREVER!!!
Here's another St Pattys day! Or should I say happy St Hass-el-hoff day in this world! Join a group on the continent next door called Demor Gaulando; a land that is not so different than where our main heroes dwell but is full of adventure. With the morning after Joe completed his new fetish and joined in a night of passion with the brothel owner (yet again no one uses a ye old condom), the team makes way to the final murder. While talking about the clues they have found there are two courses of action. Will they pick the right killer? Will they save the parade? Will Joe abuse a homebrew spell that was originally not meant for the podcast? Will they keep their freedom? Stay tuned to find out! P.S. Everyone was drunk by the end if you couldn't tell.The Gallery of Non-Heroes:Crunchy Do-Gooder who is a Human Fighter played by Kumar,Bibitty Bumble the Gnomish Fighter/Warlock played by Sean (Another Warlock of Mot the Infected Calf),Reginald Cost: A simple nobleman who Bill never really states what his class is,Urlok the Epik by Joe playing a Half-orc Fighterand Impervious Cok-Knocker by Jon playing a Dragonborn Barbarian Credits:Thank you to Jesus Gonzalez and Jon Brown for their great work as usual!Main Theme "Dumb Idea No 1 -Generic Dance of the Vegan Ogres" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comCredit Music: "Dumb Idea No 1_alternate reality take 2" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comAnd please visit us for updates and more at www.dcuhshow.com and look us up on the Facebook, the Twitter, and the Instagram because we are lonely and need friends! And remember to rate us as it doesn't hurt!Twitter: @DcuHshowInstagram: #DCUH
Paul Reas is a British social documentary photographer and educator, born in Bradford in the north of England in 1955. Until he recent retirement, Paul was the Course Leader of the Documentary Photography course (established by Magnum photographer David Hurn) at the University of South Wales in Cardiff, UK. He has worked commercially and editorially for many years and publishes and exhibits work internationally.Paul is perhaps best known for photographing consumerism and various aspects of daily working class life in Britain, especially during the 1980s and 1990s and is a member of a group of hugely influential photographers commonly referred to as the second wave of British colour documentarists.Paul has produced the books I Can Help (1988), Flogging a Dead Horse: Heritage Culture and Its Role in Post-industrial Britain (1993) and Fables of Faubus (2018). He has had solo exhibitions at The Photographers' Gallery and London College of Communication, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester; and Impressions Gallery, Bradford. His work is held in the collection of the British Council and he is represented by the James Hyman Gallery in London.On episode 164, Paul discusses, among other things:Thoughts on retirement.Being politically motivated during the Thatcher years.Creativity sometimes being finite.How he has started to paint and why he paints photographs.Reflections on the future for documentary photography.His life-long lack of confidence.His father and learning about his WW2 trauma.How his love of Northern Soul sparked an interest in photography.Why from the start he photographed what he knew and what felt familiar.The Valleys Project.I Can Help.Criticism of the portrayal of working class life.Flogging A Dead Horse.Referenced:Andy SimpsonEileen Gibson CowanIan WalkerRon McCormickJohn DaviesPaul GrahamMartin ParrCharlie MeechamBob PhilipsJem SouthamWebsite | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook“Although I was photographing people, I never really think about my photographs as being totally about people. They're about the systems that we're all subjected to. Whether it's consumerism or unempolyment or whatever, they try to be about those bigger themes. ”
In episode 74 of The Great Women Artists Podcast, Katy Hessel interviews the acclaimed art historian, Flavia Frigeri on 60s Pop sensation, MARISOL!!!!!! Venezuelan-American artistMaria Sol Escobar (who went by the name of ‘Marisol') (1930–2016) was hailed for her wooden sculptures with their deadpan expressions and awkward, playful stances. Merging hand-carved woodenfigures with real life objects, (forks, hats, boots, bags), she mocked right-wing America, commented on female identity, challenging Western ideals. Raised between Paris, Caracas, and Los Angeles, Marisol arrived in New York City in 1950, and quickly became a central part of the development of ‘Pop'. She attracted enormous attention in the early 60s(when she was more famous than her friend, Andy Warhol). Thousands queued up for her 1966 exhibition at Sidney Janis's Gallery. Blank-faced, boxed in, comical and disturbing, Marisol's hand-carved sculptures reflect the silenced and sexualised women idealised by 1960s media. Her women stare blankly ahead, void of personality, connection or interest, but draped in the high fashions of the day: sporting headbands, minidresses and heeled leather boots. Working at a time when male Pop artists favoured the ‘factory-like' approach to working(with their entourage of assistants and engagement with hard-edged, industrial materials), Marisol hit back and formed her own version of Pop. Influenced by Pre-Colombian and folk art, she hand-carved each sculpture alone, perhaps to emphasise the only ‘human' aspect of the figures who had otherwise been stripped of their identities, personas, (and brains), all for the purpose of pleasing or fitting into society. They are a stark reminder of the trappings of femininity, still very much alive today. Currently the ‘Chanel Curator for the Collection' at the National Portrait Gallery, London, Flavia Frigeri has held numerous curatorial posts such as at Tate Modern, where she co-curated The World Goes Pop (2015), which told a global story of pop art, breaking new ground along the way. From Latin America to Asia, and from Europe to the Middle East, this explosive exhibition explored art produced around the world during the 1960s and 1970s, showing how different cultures and countries responded to the movement, including one of the greatest artists, of the 20th century, Marisol Sol Escobar. LISTEN NOW + ENJOY!!! Follow us: Katy Hessel: @thegreatwomenartists / @katy.hessel Sound editing by Nada Smiljanic Research assistant: Viva Ruggi Artwork by @thisisaliceskinner Music by Ben Wetherfield https://www.thegreatwomenartists.com/
Join Stan and Marshall in their conversation with Ben Zhu, a former student of Marshall's who also happens to be the founder, owner, and curator of Gallery Nucleus. Ben has years of experience as an artist and gallery owner, so he also has an abundance of wisdom to share with artists looking to get their work into a gallery. He'll tell you how you can get your foot in the door, ways to make yourself more appealing to galleries, and explain some common faux pas so that you can avoid making them yourself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We lost a legend this past week with Jack Angel. For us Darkwing fans we mainly remember him as the voice of Fearsome 5 villain 'Liquidator'. Jack also voiced characters from Transformers such as Ultra Magnus, Omega Supreme & Astro Train. You may remember him as Papa Smurf, The Flash, Hawkman & many other characters. Today we also review a short comic from the Disney Adventures titled 'Vogue's Gallery'. This comic is only 6 pages long but is a lot of fun. Stan Lunn has been requesting this comic for quite some time and today is the day we finally review it. (Due to the passing of Jack Angel, comic review for 'Watts the Problem' will be released next week.) Links- https://linktr.ee/StCanardFiles DW #DarkwingDuck #JackAngel #DisneyAfternoon This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Here's another St Pattys day! Or should I say happy St Hass-el-hoff day in this world! Join a group on the continent next door called Demor Gaulando; a land that is not so different than where our main heroes dwell but is full of adventure. Kumar decides that the best thing to do is escalate the controlled situation to an all out battle. Joe obliges and pushes the aggression up to 11. As a result, the team has to act quickly to fight a dangerous foe. After that they get some valuable intel that leads them out of town to one of the final pieces of the puzzle. Time continues to run out as the start of the parade gets ever closer. And now Joe is on this whole “carry me” quest. Just great….The Gallery of Non-Heroes:Crunchy Do-Gooder who is a Human Fighter played by Kumar,Bibitty Bumble the Gnomish Fighter/Warlock played by Sean (Another Warlock of Mot the Infected Calf),Reginald Cost: A simple nobleman who Bill never really states what his class is,Urlok the Epik by Joe playing a Half-orc Fighterand Impervious Cok-Knocker by Jon playing a Dragonborn Barbarian Credits:Thank you to Jesus Gonzalez and Jon Brown for their great work as usual!Main Theme "Dumb Idea No 1 -Generic Dance of the Vegan Ogres" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comCredit Music: "Dumb Idea No 1_alternate reality take 2" Used with permission By Jesus Gonzalez Site: theweatherdespots.wordpress.comAnd please visit us for updates and more at www.dcuhshow.com and look us up on the Facebook, the Twitter, and the Instagram because we are lonely and need friends! And remember to rate us as it doesn't hurt!Twitter: @DcuHshowInstagram: #DCUH
In episode 57 of the Inspired Painter Podcast, artist and podcast host Jessica Libor chats with Assistant Director of Principle Gallery in Alexandria, VA, Taylor Chauncey. Topics covered include how artists can stand out to galleries, how artists can both represent themselves in this digital age and maintain healthy, supportive gallery relationships, and what makes an artwork stand out, systems artists can use in thier own studio practice, and so much more! Visit Principle Gallery in Alexandria, VA or Charleston, SC. Find out more at https://www.principlegallery.com/ LINKS: Check out the New Pre-Raphaelites: Illumination exhibit at Era Contemporary: https://www.eracontemporary.com To book an Artist Guidance Session with Jessica, click here! https://www.thevisionaryartistssalon.com/shop/p/artist-guidance-session Join the waitlist for the Luminary Artist Academy: https://mailchi.mp/a729a90b7ea1/88b0z7g4p4 Browse Jessica Libor's new artwork in WILDLOVE, each time you collect a piece trees are planted in the Amazon rainforest. Check it out at www.jessicalibor.com! As another gift to you to start out the new year, here is Jessica's free printable calendar for 2021! DOWNLOAD HERE. It highlights twelve of the pieces she made in 2020. Follow me on IG: @jessicaliborstudio , and @visionaryartistssalon . The Visionary Artist's Salon courses and coaching for artists: www.thevisionaryartistssalon.com Free guide to selling your art online authentically: CLICK HERE FOR THE FREE GUIDE! Join the Visionary Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/527920507868455
This week we got into some traffic drama! We also saw a plethora of art shows. Come on this winding journey with us!All the music in this show is by FAVORSGo see all the shows at Cushion Works, Telematic, Slash, Wattis, and Microsoft Paint! And beyond!Do not flip people off from your bike!
The special and first release of Crypt Inc. is now out! It will have its own feed here. Season 5 of TEC is still in production and will release before Crypt Inc. drops in 2022. But we couldnt pass up Halloween without having some fun. Be aware this episode is not as 'child friendly' as TEC is. Please subscribe to help us grow! "Even though Crypt 083 isn't open yet, Crag and Bryce sneak down into the Gallery to put up Dead Day decorations, only to be discovered by the resident necromancer Shadarahim. A fun holiday episode put together to celebrate Halloween 2021. Make sure to subscribe to catch all the Employee Interviews that will drop between now and the show's launch! Want to help us grow? Share the show and the RSS feed! Have all your friends subscribe so they don't miss a thing. Music by: Alexander Nakarada | https://www.serpentsoundstudios.com Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/"
What REALLY happened with Southwest behind the scenes. In this episode I address the scandal. I also cover the reasons behind the disappearing flu virus. Finally, is a world war coming? News Picks: Scandals from top to bottom in the Biden administration. What really happened at Southwest Airlines? Massive questions about the vaccine mandate. The unexpected case of the disappearing flu. An explanation of the “One China” policy. Ben & Jerry's founder stammers through an answer when confronted about his hypocrisy. Gallery selling Hunter's art saw federal Covid loan rise 150k to 500k after Joe took office. Thomas Sowell got it right on the establishment swamp. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved