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The Tudors are one of the most well-known of the English royal dynasties for several reasons: the larger than life characters, the multiple marriages and Virgin Queen, and the extraordinary portraits. When Hans Holbein the Younger became Henry VIII's painter, he helped create an image of the king that has shaped our understanding of the Tudors. Franny Moyle joins us to share her research into how Holbein helped create the legacy of Henry VIII.Show Notes:Carol Ann Lloydwww.email@example.com/carolannlloydThe Tudors by Numbers, published by Pen and SwordFranny MoyleFrannymoyle.comThe King's Painter: The Life and Times of Hans Holbein(Can buy dedicated copy of the UK hardback, which has the best images, on her website)@frannymoyleCreative Director: Lindsey LindstromMusic: History by Andy_Grey via Audio Jungle, Music Broadcast LicenseLet's shake up history together!@shakeuphistory
In Mark 10, the Pharisees ask Jesus about marriage and divorce. They were not asking a theological question, but a political question. Jesus didn't run away from that political question. He answered it with Scripture and got to the root of the matter.
Hey there! In today's episode, I'm diving into the soulful artistry of photography, urging us to reconnect with the roots of our craft. I reminisce about the days of film cameras when photographers meticulously planned and crafted a few exquisite portraits meant for walls, not just social media.Let's take a journey back to when portraits began, where artists invested time, studied subjects, and created timeless pieces. We're the modern successors of this legacy. Imagine if only one photo could define you for eternity. It's a powerful concept, one that demands we truly know our clients.I highlight the fading tradition of displaying family portraits and challenge us to revive it. Research shows the impact on children's self-confidence when they see their faces on the wall. Our business is not just about money; it's about preserving a tradition.As photographers, we shape the narrative. So, join me in reflecting on our role, our art, and the lasting impact we can create.Let's carry the torch for generations to come!Grab your seat for the very FIRST Equine Photography Virtual Summit, here! November 28 & 29, 2023Connect with Karinda! Website Schedule a Complimentary Diagnostic Call with Karinda Photography Business Tune Up with Karinda K. - Free Facebook Group IG @Masteryourmindmoney Thanks for listening!
Special Holiday Edition of 'Portraits in Music': Join Maestro Couturiaux and Ross Sivertsen in a fun-filled episode in conversation with David Lovrien, Kat Glaze, and Rick Holt of 5 Second Rule. Experience the magic as they perform with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra in their final performance as 5 Second Rule before they become Skyland. Visit Skyland Official for more!
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This week on Arts to Heart's Podcast, our host Charuka Arora sits down with Brea Gallery's director, Katie Chidester. Katie, who has been part of the arts community for about 25 years now, talks about Brea Gallery, what it does, and why it's important to have such community-building initiatives. Katie Chidester share with us why she became a creator and what it's like working in a visual art space. Talking about being in the arts field, Katie acknowledges the hardships artists often have to face as they battle self-doubt and are expected to succeed without any help or support. For artists, it become necessary to have a community where they are not afraid to approach someone for guidance or collaboration. More people need to step up and take it upon themselves to create such an inclusive community where an artist, or a non-artist, feels welcome instead of being intimidated. Brea Gallery was set up in 1980 in Brea, California, and during the last 38 years, it has constantly strived to provide contemporary art exhibitions for artists and non-artists alike. The gallery's aim is to engage the community though aesthetic, educational, and intellectual experiences. Apart from its art exhibitions, Brea also offers artist lectures, workshops for all ages, a gift shop, and live art demonstrations. To listen to more of this interesting conversation between Katie and our host Charuka, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
This is a replay of one of the most popular episodes of The Profitable Photographer with Luci Dumas. I received many comments about how helpful my conversation with Jason Marino was it was after it aired. Soooo...thought it deserved a repost....Luci“If anyone is like me and has dealt with ADHD for a long time and just can't seem to figure it out. I really encourage people to get the help you need and watch your life change.”On this episode of The Profitable Photographer Podcast, I have guest Jason Marino sharing his ideas about creating an incredible client experience, and how he transitioned from weddings to portraits.. He also opens up about his challenge in life and in his photography business productivity: ADHD! Jason is known throughout the photo industry as a lighting, business and client experience expert. He and his wife JoAnne co-run a multi-brand photography company, Imagine Photography, in Arizona, just outside Sin City, Las Vegas. With a client roster spanning the globe and a bustling studio that has grossed well over a million dollars in recent years ( love to hear it!), Jason also keeps busy with regular appearances at notable conferences and educational summits.In the midst of this, Jason has struggled with ADHD his whole life, but only recently opened up about it, finally seeking out the help that he needed. His life (AND PHOTOGRAPHY BUSINESS) is a million times better for it! Finally feeling focused, Jason and I chatted about: • How treatment for ADHD changed his life and business • Best software for running your photography business • Creating a prominent brand in a small town • The “art of saying no” • And more!Hearing how someone is wildly successful in this industry, while navigating the challengessuch as ADHD or any life issue is inspiring to say the least.Connect with Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org@thejasonmarino on InstagramAnd connect with his business atImaginephotoaz.com@imaginephotoaz on InstagramPhotography Business Coach Luci Dumas' Programs and Contact Info:email@example.com://www.instagram.com/theprofitablephotographer_pod/https://www.facebook.com/LuciDumasCoachinghttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCut3Qk6t6Z2DUJYEYGSCfKA
Steven Kushner had originally planned to retire at 70. However, at 65, he began feeling fatigued, noticing the strain of evening meetings and realizing his body was signaling a need to slow down. By June 2018, he retired and received the honorary title of Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Ner Tamid. Eager to venture into uncharted territory, he sought something entirely new. Throughout his rabbinic career, Steven's creativity had largely been expressed through writing and speaking. Yet, in 2017, anticipating retirement, he tapped into his visual side. He started sharing his photos on Facebook, receiving encouraging feedback from friends and congregation members. That's when he wanted to finally—after a lifetime of taking pictures—begin a process of learning how to make pictures. Although he does not formally identify as a photographer, when asked Steven is very comfortable saying that he does serious photography. In this episode, Rabbi Steven shares an extraordinary journey marked by unexpected transitions and explorations. We discussed: Steven's childhood dream to be the shortstop for the Detroit Tigers How he cultivated a reputation as a film aficionado within the synagogue Why Steven decided to retire five years earlier than his initial plan The unexpected emotional challenge of retiring (and a quest for unexplored endeavors) How he dove into photography with the guidance of a friend The journey of learning and refining his craft that proved immensely gratifying Connect with Steven https://stevenkushnerphotography.com/portfolio Headshot Photo Credit: Nick Levitin Photography
You've probably heard the saying, A Bible that's falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn't. One reason for that . . . a person who constantly reads and studies God's Word is regularly reminded about all that he or she has to be thankful for. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/85/29
If you're a Christian, How do you grow in thankfulness? Well, for fifty-four years, John MacArthur has been helping people like you do just that. And this week—with the Thanksgiving season upon us—he's going to show you from Scripture what you have to be thankful for. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/85/29
Elevating Your Brand with Professional Images, with Mo Lima, Mo Lima Photography (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 718) In this episode of North Fulton Business Radio, Mo Lima, the owner of Mo Lima Photography, joined host John Ray. Mo shared her journey to professional photography, highlighting its value in personal branding and empowerment. She offered advice […] The post Elevating Your Brand with Professional Images, with Mo Lima, Mo Lima Photography appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Elevating Your Brand with Professional Images, with Mo Lima, Mo Lima Photography (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 718) In this episode of North Fulton Business Radio, Mo Lima, the owner of Mo Lima Photography, joined host John Ray. Mo shared her journey to professional photography, highlighting its value in personal branding and empowerment. She offered advice […]
God doesn't chastise you for having spiritual ambition. He wants those ambitions to be sanctified so that they are not about you, but about Him. God is looking for some self-starting, self-governing people who are teachable and will respond to the Holy Spirit.
Premium Content Preview - Patreon.com/360Vegas The Sahara used to be referred to as the start of the strip, when the strip began to develop. During that time, people talked about the strip like they do off strip properties today, too far from the action. Turns out what people really wanted was more options and the development of the strip over the years has been nothing short of remarkable. The question is, does the strip have a limit to the number of properties it can support, or do the struggles facing places like Sahara fall directly on the shoulders of the properties experiencing them. Give the people what they want and they will come. If you follow that sentiment then the question has to be asked, do people not want what Sahara has to offer? Is that why they are struggling? For more information regarding Del Webb and the Sahara, check out... lvstriphistory.com Del Webb: A Man A Company Gambling on a Dream: The Classic Las Vegas Strip 1930-1955 Viva Las Vegas: After-Hours Architecture The First 100: Portraits of the Men and Women Who Shaped Las Vegas Pinterest Battle Born Pins Vintage Vegas Shirts
This week on Arts to Hearts Podcast, our host Charuka Arora has the pleasure of sitting down with Paddy Johnson who is the founder of VVrkshop, a company that strives to uplift struggling artists and help them get grants, residencies and shows. Paddy is also the co-founder of the collaborative national publishing project Impractical Space, and apart from being a two-time nominee Best Critic at the Rob Pruitt Awards, she is has also won the Village Voice Web Award for best Art Blog. In this episode, Paddy talks about a lot of things, but most importantly, it is the one problem that many artists face that Paddy touches upon; the imposter syndrome. From having the self-doubts to being able to accept them and move past them, somewhere Paddy learned how to be a creative without her inner critic sabotaging her success. As an entrepreneur, she has also found interest in places she never thought she would, and it's because all of it is tied to her business, something that she is truly interested in. As we move forward, Paddy gives some valuable advice on how to set your goals as an artist. Talking about its three stages, which include networking and outreaching, Paddy instructs artists on how they should navigate their journey in the art industry. With Paddy's experience as a creative in the art industry, it's no wonder that she has established a space for fellow artists who need guidance and help in their careers. Paddy has been in the art industry for a long time, and apart from running the Netvvrk, she has also worked with galleries, curators and artists. Paddy was always great at drawing and was attracted towards the field of art, and ultimately, she found that writing about art brought her the satisfaction. She had opinions, and she was able to share them with the world on her blog. To learn more about Paddy and her thoughts on navigating in the industry as a creative, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
In today's episode of the Beginner Photography Podcast, I chat with wedding, senior, and family photographer Lissa Chandler. Lissa shared valuable tips about building rapport with clients, embracing creativity, and staying true to your artistic vision. She also discussed the importance of shooting for yourself and creating work that fulfills you creatively. As you listen, take notes on how Lissa navigates vulnerability, handles rejection, and captures authentic moments.The Big Take Aways:Embrace the Evolution: Look back on your earlier photographs and appreciate how they have evolved over time. Your growth as a photographer is an ongoing process.Follow Your Passion: Trust your instincts and pursue photography even if it's not a popular career choice. Lissa knew from a young age that photography would play an important role in her life.Finding Your Niche: Be open to finding your niche in photography. Lissa initially wanted to be a posed baby photographer but discovered her passion for shooting weddings after a convincing encounter.Shoot for Yourself: Shoot work that fulfills you creatively, not just what others expect. Lissa emphasizes the importance of creating a body of work that is meaningful to you, even when working with clients.Build Rapport with Clients: Connect with your clients to create a successful photoshoot. Use questionnaires and encourage client involvement to build rapport and capture their true selves.Resources:Lissa Chandlers WebsiteFollow Lissa on InstagramCheck out Lissa's Photoshoot Checklist BookConnect with the Beginner Photography Podcast! Join the free Beginner Photography Podcast Community at https://beginnerphotopod.com/group Send in your Photo Questions to get answered on the show - https://beginnerphotopod.com/qa Grab your free camera setting cheatsheet - https://perfectcamerasettings.com/ Thanks for listening & keep shooting!
Aufwachsen bei freigeistiger Mutter, ohne Vater, wurde Margarethe von Trotta frühzeitig geprägt von der Haltung, als Frau alles sein zu können, wenn man es sich erkämpft. Sie erzählt von anfänglichen Schwierigkeiten als Frau in ihrem Metier akzeptiert und anerkannt zu werden, zu einer Zeit als in der BRD Frauen beruflich wenig zugestanden wurde. Diese Folge liefert einen Einblick in die warmherzige, scharfsinnige und engagierte Arbeitsweise von Margarethe von Trotta und veranschaulicht nebenbei, welchen Weg wir in der Emanzipation bereits zurückgelegt haben und wie wichtig dafür das Engagement einzelner unerschrockener Frauen wie z.B. Margarethe von Trottas war.Sie erläutert, warum man viel freier in der Arbeit ist, wenn man einen Plan hat, den man dann bei Bedarf auch umschmeißen kann, wie wichtig es ist, einen angstfreien Raum zu schaffen, in dem alle gerne zum Set kommen und warum Trotta unterwürfige Figuren nur als Nebenrollen erträgt. Ein Gespräch über die Macht von Erziehung, die Filmgeschichte Deutschlands und das Portraits einer echten Filmikone. Diese Folge von Close-up wird Euch von MUBI präsentiert, einem globalen, kuratierten Streaming-Dienst, Filmverleih und Produktionsfirma, die großartige und visionäre Filme aus der ganzen Welt zu Euch bringt.Ab sofort könnt Ihr mit MUBI aber auch ins Kino gehen: Mit MUBI GO erhalten Mitglieder jede Woche ein kostenloses Kino-Ticket, um einen handverlesenen, neuen Film im Kino zu erleben. Als Close-up-Hörer:innen könnt Ihr MUBI, und damit für begrenzte Zeit auch MUBI GO, jetzt 30 Tage lang kostenlos ausprobieren: Unter MUBI.com/close-up. Für einen ganzen Monat großartiges Kino kostenlos.Ein Podcast der Deutschen Filmakademie.Podcast Homepage · Facebook · InstagramMehr zum Host:Christian Schwochow Facebook und InstagramChristian Schwochow AgenturFoto:Schnitt: Rainer SchwochowAufnahme: Pharos Studio MünchenMusik: Martin TodsharowProduktion: Deutsche Filmakademie e.V. / Jule Bartram, Inga GoossensTechnische Umsetzung: Sophie NietheKapitel00:01:04 Aufwachsen in Ruinen00:10:23 Die Prägung einer freidenkenden Mutter und eines abwesenden Vaters00:19:13 Paris00:24:21 Freundeskreis von filmbegeisterten Philosophiestudierenden und Pariser Kinoerlebnisse der Nouvelle Vague00:33:19 Einstieg in die deutsche Filmszene und Kontakt zu Volker Schlöndorff, erste Arbeit als Schauspielerin bei dem Film „Baal"00:41:04 Buchentwicklung mit Volker Schlöndorff an gemeinsamen Projekten und Co- Regie bei „Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum“00:52:15 Erste eigene Regiearbeit01:02:27 Arbeitsweise: zwischen Intuition und Plan01:10:40 Kamera mit Michael Ballhaus und Franz Rath01:18:15 Umgang mit Kritik, Gegenwind von der Presse01:29:15 Zusammenarbeit mit Barbara Sukowa01:37:02 Balance zwischen Geschichtstreue und Fiktion bei der Entwicklung von historischen Figuren01:43:15 Was würden Sie jungen Filmemacher:innen mit auf den Weg geben?
Hi SnappersIn 159 Greg and Thom discuss a big shift in mindset when it comes to shooting weddings: that of shooting fewer portraits, and allocating less portrait time, and placing more emphasis on documenting the day as a whole, and shooting more like a photojournalist. Thom has also discovered the G.O.A.T of Lightroom shortcut key software: PowerKeys! - - - - - - - - - Your hosts:Greg is based in Northland, New ZealandThom is based in NSW, AustraliaSponsors: Studio Ninja - SNAPPENING50 - 50% off first year Queensberry - SNAPPENING19 - 40% off Workspace Pixellu - SPG20 - 20% off all products Make it Snappen!
When Jesus walked the earth, He considered everything going on. Even Him using spit to heal a blind man was intentional. Everything Jesus did was not just for the moment, healing a blind man or feeding the five thousand; it was also a bigger picture of WHO He was.
Jonathan Herbert (b. 1952, New York City) explores the nonverbal relationship between cosmology and consciousness. He creates unique, intuitive formulations of water-based paint using acrylic and urethane media made on the spot, mid-process. He explores the nonverbal nature of creative inspiration via intuition. These works examine the richness of the present moment while simultaneously referring to a concurrent interest in the expression of the past, of his traumatic experiences and resulting emotions. Much of his work has been informed by his extremely abusive childhood and the unsurprisingly drug- and alcohol-ridden years of his life prior to 1986. His experiences as a night shift cab driver in bankrupt New York inspired the years-long body of work, Views from a Yellow Cab. He drove a quarter-million miles over the course of five years. An important and interesting and uncommon view of humankind, as evidenced in the movie Taxi Driver. Herbert received his diploma from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 1977. He continued his studies, via an Independent Study Award from the Museum School, for more than a year in Antwerp, Belgium. He began exhibiting in 1978 in Soho and the East Village and has garnered several solo exhibitions. Many of his group shows have been in New York City, including tagging subways and walls in the East Village of the 1970s. In New York in the mid-eighties, shortly after MacPaint had first been released, Herbert was one of the founders of the Digital Art Movement. During his digital years, Silicon Graphics decorated their entire Seybold booth with his work, flew him to San Francisco and asked him to demonstrate his process during the convention. His digital work has been featured internationally. Herbert for years labored lovingly over the creation of digital medical drawings for pharmaceutical books and journals, continuously expanding his education, which fed his fascination with medicine. His work as a digital artist even led to being interviewed on network TV. Herbert's bibliography begins in December 1982, in the regular Cookie Mueller column “Art and About” in Warhol's Details Magazine. There is also a Jonathan Herbert entry in the Cookie Mueller Encyclopedia. He has appeared in and been reviewed in many publications. Portraits of Herbert are in both Nightline by Peter Donahoe and Taxi: The Social History of the New York City Cab Driver. Herbert's work is in the collection of the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the Brooklyn Art Library, Pfizer Incorporated, the law firm Kirkland and Ellis, and The Kinsey Institute in Bloomington, Indiana. Herbert currently lives and works in Sarasota, Florida, where, every day, he struggles to live fully in the face of multiple invisible disabilities including lymphoma, PTSD, and cognitive impairment, most of which result from 9/11 survivorship. Across the Universe, Acrylic and urethane on canvas 40 x 60 x 1.5 in Wish, Alchemical acrylic and urethane on canvas 60 x 40 in Shan Shui, acrylic and urethane on canvas 72 x 60 x 1.5 in
In this Raven Shutley exclusive, we discuss her unlikely start in photography, challenges that she triumphed along the way and where you can catch up with her next. Her 2024 calendar is filling up quickly. Reserve your session TODAY! Website: https://ravenshutleystudios.co... From Raven Shutley: I got my first wedding photography gig off of Craigslist. It was a second marriage for two 70-year-olds, they only had five guests, and it was a Thursday afternoon. There was no white dress. No cake. No pomp. No circumstance. Next-to-no budget (I think I got paid around $100). It was the best wedding I'd ever been to. And the one that changed my mind about weddings altogether. Before that day, I swore to myself I would never become a wedding photographer. All those cheesy shove-cake-on-your-face moments and family portraits filled with fake smiles? Hell no, not for me. But that wedding? It showed me that a wedding can be whatever you want it to be. That it doesn't matter how old you are, what size you wear, what abilities you have, which God you do or don't worship, weddings are a celebration of two people finding each other in this wild world. And that celebration should represent your love in whatever way you want it to. “Tradition” and “normal” and “should”? Fuck ‘em. I wanna help you do this thing your way. And I'm honored that you'd trust me with your story. -Raven Shutley ► Luxury Women Handbag Discounts: https://www.theofficialathena.... ► Become an Equus Coach®: https://equuscoach.com/?rfsn=7... ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH58... ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/po... ► Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSa... ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1lov... ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsa... ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog
There are certain qualities, like leadership, empathy, kindness, respect, and compassion, that we all aspire for our children to embody as they grow. In this episode, Adam and Marc get a bit deep with Pulitzer Prize winner and Official White House photographer for two presidential terms, Pete Souza, who had the remarkable opportunity to capture these qualities in iconic moments throughout the Obama presidency. The guys chat with Pete about dangerous situations, split-second decisions, and the tremendous responsibility of working in the highest office in the land, documenting the values we wish to see in our leaders and our children.Episode 93 of Modern Dadhood opens with a conversation about storytelling and what features make for a strong spoken word story. The guys waste no time welcoming Pete Souza into the chat. Pete's credits an accolades include International Photography Hall of Fame Inductee, Pulitzer Prize winner, documentary film subject, and Chief Official White House Photographer for both terms of Barack Obama's presidency. He has taken some of the most iconic photos in history over his decades-long career, and while he still stays very busy putting out books, public speaking, and teaching photography workshops, his main photography subject matter... has become his grandkids.Pete opens up about his method for capturing authentic moments with a leader who exemplifies traits that all parents hope to see in their children. Topics include:• Pete and his wife Patti's marriage and children• How Pete's "always on" work schedule impacted his personal life• The choice to work under physically dangerous circumstances• The shift from film to digital photography• The qualities that make a photo "authentic"• And more!LINKS:Pete Souza (official)Pete Souza (Instagram)Pete Souza (Twitter/X)The Way I See It (Documentary on Amazon Prime Video)Red Vault AudioSpencer AlbeeCaspar BabypantsStuffed AnimalPETE'S BOOKS (please buy locally if you can!)Obama: An Intimate PortraitShade: A Tale of Two PresidentsDream Big Dreams Photographs from Barack Obama's Inspiring & Historic Presidency Young ReadersRise Of Barack ObamaThe West Wing and Beyond: What I Saw Inside the Presidency
In Today's Episode of the podcast, you'll hear from David Julian. Shooting travel, street, landscape, conceptual work, he's a very diverse photographer. David shares his journey through photography, teaching you to embrace personal projects, seek feedback, let go of perfectionism, and find your unique voice. By listening to this episode, you'll gain valuable insights on diversifying your photography, pursuing personal projects, seeking feedback, and letting go of perfectionism.The Big Ideas:1. Diversify Your Photography: Try different types of photography to learn and problem solve.2. Personal Projects Matter: Pursue personal projects to maintain passion and creativity in your photography.3. Seek Feedback: Show your work to others to know if you're on the right track and improve your skills.4. Let Go of Perfectionism: Embrace trial and error, and don't be too focused on the perfection of each photograph.5. Share Your Work: Get your photography out into the world to tell a story and be seen.Resources: David Julian's websiteFollow David on InstagramConnect with the Beginner Photography Podcast! Join the free Beginner Photography Podcast Community at https://beginnerphotopod.com/group Send in your Photo Questions to get answered on the show - https://beginnerphotopod.com/qa Grab your free camera setting cheatsheet - https://perfectcamerasettings.com/ Thanks for listening & keep shooting!
This week's Arts to Hearts Podcast is extra special as we've got not one, but two amazing guests. In this episode, our host Charuka Arora sits down with Leizel Strauss and Pegah Kargar who are the co-founders of Art Girl Rising and Repaint History. While Leizel and Pegah's individual art journey began years ago, they recently joined hands to create an enterprise that aims to challenge the gender gap in the art world and empower women and non-binary artists. In this podcast, Leizel and Pegah talk about how they both decided to use their expertise to create a joint social enterprise and how challenging it has been for them to find financial stability. For Leizel and Pegah, the number one objective from day one has always been to create a platform for supporting women and non-binary artists. That's why, every decision they have taken so far has been made to further that cause. Liezel and Pegah also had their own individual life experiences that had a huge role in influencing them to support women in arts. However, their journey has been beset by its own challenges as they navigated through the art world. Liezel launched Art Girl Rising in 2018 in order to support the female artists in the industry. On the other hand, Pegah Kargar was on her own path, where after a decade of being in the finance industry, she entered the art industry and founded Repaint History in 2018. Both of these exemplary women were doing their part in making sure that women artists had equal opportunities, until they connected online during the pandemic and instantly bonded with each other. Their collaboration has been a gift to the art world ever since! From conceiving a simple idea of highlighting women in arts to now hosting mentorship sessions for artists and donating more than $37,000 in artist funding, both Leizel and Pegah have come a long way. To find out more about the impact they are making in the art world, tune in to this week's podcast. We have an open call for artsits to join our "Emerging Woman Artist Award". Showcase you work to a global audience here: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
C'est reparti pour une nouvelle série Tchou Tchou, réalisée en collaboration avec Once Upon a Train. Dans ce premier épisode, je t'emmène à Bellenaves, pour découvrir une toute petite ligne de TER qui relie Gannat à Montluçon. Ce tronçon de rails qui serpente au-dessus des vallées de la Sioule et de la Bouble a été construit au XIXe siècle par la Compagnie du chemin de fer Grand-Central de France. Lors de ce voyage sur la ligne Clermont – Montluçon, j'ai pu embarquer avec Henri à bord d'une ancienne locomotive. Un rêve de gosse pour moi ! Nous avons pris place à bord d'un d'un ancien train touristique affrété spécialement par l'Association Train à Vapeur d'Auvergne. Une expérience absolument magique qui permet de découvrir les différents viaducs de cette ligne, à bord de voitures historiques restaurées par les bénévoles de l'association. Cet épisode a été imaginé et réalisé en collaboration avec l'association Once Upon a Train. Le podcast a été enregistré pendant le festival Rurail & Vous, qui a eu lieu au Champs des Couchettes en juin dernier. Merci à Anna, Samuela et Margaux pour leur accueil et leur bienveillance. Si tu aimes les voyages en train, je te recommande de visiter de site web de l'association Once Upon a Train où tu trouveras de nombreuses ressource pour t'aider à organiser tes escapades.
In today's episode of the Beginner Photography Podcast I chat with experienced sports and baseball photographer Brad Mangin. Discover how to capture amazing baseball photographs, the importance of planning and context, and the power of storytelling in sports photography through Brads stories.The Big Ideas:The key to great photography is not the camera, but your ability to see and look.Balancing technical elements and capturing emotion is essential in sports photography.Practice and continuous learning are crucial for improvement, regardless of whether photography is a hobby or profession.Surrounding yourself with experienced photographers and seeking feedback helps you grow as a photographer.Enjoying the process and having fun are important aspects of capturing stunning photographs.Resources:Brad Mangin's websiteFollow Brad on InstagramBuster Posey BookInstant Baseball Photo BookConnect with the Beginner Photography Podcast! Join the free Beginner Photography Podcast Community at https://beginnerphotopod.com/group Send in your Photo Questions to get answered on the show - https://beginnerphotopod.com/qa Grab your free camera setting cheatsheet - https://perfectcamerasettings.com/ Thanks for listening & keep shooting!
Faites un don et recevez un cadeau : http://don.storiavoce.com/ L'histoire médiévale peuple notre quotidien : nous la retrouvons dans les jeux vidéos et les jeux de société, dans les séries et au cinéma, mais aussi naturellement dans la littérature ou même la politique. Cette omniprésence nous révèle la fascination ou, au contraire, la répulsion que suscite la période. Or, la façon dont nous nous représentons les temps médiévaux porte un nom : le médiévalisme. Pourquoi cette fascination du Moyen Âge ? Comment l'expliquer ? La subtilité du médiévalisme est-elle accessible in fine uniquement aux spécialistes que sont les médiévistes ? Comment les professeurs et les élèves peuvent-ils utiliser le médiévalisme afin de rendre accessible l'histoire ? Dans cette émission enregistrée aux Rendez-vous de l'histoire de Blois 2023, Lucie Malbos et Florian Besson expliquent comment des passerelles peuvent relier la culture savante et la culture populaire. Nos invités : Ancienne élève de l'École normale supérieure (Ulm), agrégée et docteure en histoire, Lucie Malbos est maîtraisse de conférences en histoire médiévale à l'université de Poitiers et membre du CESCM. Elle est l'autrice d'une thèse remarquée, publiée sous le titre Les Ports des mers nordiques à l'époque viking (VIIe-Xe siècle). Elle a publié chez Passés composés Harald à la Dent bleue. Viking, roi, chrétien (288 pages, 22 €) et Le Monde viking. Portraits de femmes et d'hommes de l'ancienne Scandinavie chez Tallandier (352 pages, 21,90 €), qui a remporté le prix lycéen du livre d'Histoire 2023. Florian Besson est spécialiste des croisades et des États latins d'Orient. Il travaille également sur les médiévalismes contemporains. Il est l'animateur du site Internet Actuel Moyen âge et co-auteur de Actuel Moyen Âge (2 tomes, Arkhé Éditions, 384 p. et 272 p., 21,50 € chaque tome). Lucie Malbos et Florian Besson ont codirigé avec Martin Aurell et Justine Breton Les Médiévistes face aux médiévalismes (Presses universitaires de Rennes, 222 p., 25 €) *** Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/HistoireEtCivilisationsMag Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/histoireetcivilisations/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/Storiavoce
This week on our Arts to Hearts Podcast, our host Charuka Arora invites Carrie Pearce to talk about her artworks. Carrie, who is a passionate painter, discusses how her art has evolved in the past few years, and how she overcame her creative block. Carrie's artwork mainly comprises of portraits and paintings of dolls. Her art style is very reminiscent of the 16th century art with its realism and focus on human form. Recently, she has somewhat changed her artistic expression by incorporating materials such as beads, fabric, embroidery etc. in her paintings. Her transition came after COVID, after she went through a massive creative block. However, she managed to find her path again, and since then, has been creating some truly magnificent art pieces. Over the past few years, Carrie has undergone struggles of her own as she transitioned through her artistic expressions. However, she has embraced this change with open arms, and welcomes art collectors who also appreciate her evolving style. Talking about her childhood, Carrie recalls painting and drawing for as long as she can remember. From being inspired by Ann Adams to being fascinated by DaVinci's art, her styled can be described as ‘imaginary realism'. She sees her art as ‘emotional portraits' that are inspired by turn of the century photos that we often find at antique stores. Carrie has been featured both internationally and nationally, including Fine Art Connoisseur, and has a website dedicated to reviving realism in fine art. Tune in to this week's podcast as Carrie talks about accepting her inner artist's transition, how she found her way back to her true self, and what does her creative process look like. We have an open call for artsits to join our "Emerging Woman Artist Award". Showcase you work to a global audience here: Submit your artwork . Pre-Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
Join Kyle and Ardon as you wind down this Halloween with some spooky stories! The Backasswards Podcast is glad to bring you their SECOND Halloween Spooktacular! The stories we will be reading tonight come from the Anonymous section of creepypasta.com along with stories from the SCP Foundation. The SCP Foundation is a fictional secret organization documented by the collaborative writing wiki project of the same name. Within the website's shared universe, the SCP Foundation is responsible for capturing and containing various paranormal, supernatural, and other mysterious phenomena unexplained by mainstream science (known as "anomalies" or "SCPs"), while also keeping their existence hidden from the rest of global human society. The real-world website is community-based and includes elements of many genres such as horror, science fiction, and urban fantasy. Tonight's stories: "The Cabin in the Woods (a.k.a. The Portraits)" by Anonymous creepypastastories.com/the-cabin-in-the-woods "JensenAleph" by AlmondWaterConnoisseur scp-wiki.wikidot.com/jensenaleph "Gateway of The Mind" by Anonymous creepypastastories.com/gateway-of-the-mind Hold on to your asses, because things are about to get backwards! https://linktr.ee/backasswardspod
A self-described “social impact entrepreneur” with experience in multimedia arts, Jean Dolin said an early fascination with storytelling and American culture are key factors in his current role as a community advocate.Dolin, founder and creative director of “Portraits of Pride,” details his journey from being a young news junkie in Haiti to a prominent leader in Boston, in this episode of the PNC C-Speak podcast.“Portraits of Pride,” his public-art photography exhibit, features LGBTQ leaders and advocates throughout Massachusetts of various ages, races, languages and backgrounds.“If you love people, you love ‘Portraits of Pride' because it is a gift to anyone who recognized the humanity in each other because that's where we center it,” said Dolin, who is gay.Listen to the episode to hear more about:•Dolin's roles in politics and the nonprofit sector.•His efforts to launch an LGBTQ museum.•What he's most optimistic about. Powered by PNC Bank.Download a transcript of the podcast.
in which i finish my series on emo with a special two-parter! in on with the show, i play college radio dj and give you a HEALTHY dose of emo. strap in, this one's a doozy... other things referenced: american football - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Football_(band) mineral - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mineral_(band) sunny day real estate - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunny_Day_Real_Estate citizens here and abroad - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizens_Here_and_Abroad football, etc. - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Football,_etc. on the might of princes - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Might_of_Princes elliott - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_(band) twelve hour turn - https://twelvehourturn.bandcamp.com/ coping - https://coping.bandcamp.com/ algernon cadwallader - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algernon_Cadwallader hemingway - https://hemingwaypdx.bandcamp.com/album/enjoy-your-life awakebutstillinbed - https://awakebutstillinbed.bandcamp.com/ probably not - https://probsnot.bandcamp.com/album/more-than-skin the jazz june - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jazz_June leiah - https://leiah.bandcamp.com/ mock orange - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mock_Orange_(band) the promise ring - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Promise_Ring улыбайся ветру - https://smiletothewind.bandcamp.com/album/--2 Rites of spring - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rites_of_Spring Crash of rhinos - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crash_of_Rhinos Kaddish - https://kaddishuk.bandcamp.com/ cap'n jazz - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap%27n_Jazz the get up kids - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Get_Up_Kids sad breakfast - https://sadbreakfast.bandcamp.com/ boys life - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boys_Life_(band) carson wells - https://carsonwells.bandcamp.com/ quiqui - https://quiquihashima.bandcamp.com/ frail hands - https://frailhands.bandcamp.com/ princess of north sudan - https://ponsemo.bandcamp.com/ left in-between - https://leftin-between.bandcamp.com/album/left-in-between the blue period - https://theblueperiod.bandcamp.com/ rika - https://rikaband.bandcamp.com/album/tired-hands-solace portraits of past - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portraits_of_Past the ivy crown - https://theivycrownmi.bandcamp.com/album/after-so-much-red-wine roman candle - https://romancandlex.bandcamp.com/album/discount-fireworks the beautiful mistake - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beautiful_Mistake the forms - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Forms_(band) snowing - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowing_(band) i create - https://icreate.bandcamp.com/album/all-we-are-is-now pity sex - https://pitysex.bandcamp.com/album/feast-of-love messes - https://messesky.bandcamp.com/album/the-ever-closing-door the diggs - https://thediggsband.bandcamp.com/ materic - https://materic.bandcamp.com/
An offense doesn't stay with just the person who was offended. It puts a stumbling block in front of other people and diminishes the ministry and calling of someone else. As leaders, we need to walk free of offense and help deliver people from their offenses.
This week I talk about how I created some stunning black and white animal portraits, including a video to show you the processing. Details on blog: https://mbp.ac/826 The video here: https://vimeo.com/877425255 Music by Martin Bailey
The Fosses felt like they couldn't squeeze another drop of money out of the time they had to put into their photography business. This husband-and-wife wedding photography team was maxxed out. With two babies at home they COULD NOT squeeze another minute out of their busy schedules (and didn't want to take another moment from their growing babies) But when they realized they weren't making enough money no matter how much they worked, something had to change. When they found THIS one marketing idea …. They made $10,000 in just TWO MONTHS!! Hit play to hear their story.