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~life is short, art is long~ Corrie, Nat, Ginny, & Jen discuss all things visual culture *Regular episodes: hanging out, talking about art - kind of like a college seminar and house party combined. *Art History Babe Briefs (Art History BBs) : quick art history facts minus the expletives. *Hot Takes: The Babes mix it up, chatting about topics outside the realm of established art history.
 
From art lovers to art haters to art-is-just-okay-ers, Art History for All aims to get all kinds of people thinking about art and what it means to them. Each episode, Allyson Healey tackles a single work of art and its history and larger significance, always asking the question: so what? Art History for All takes you beyond the art historical canon and helps you find the way in which art speaks to you (even if it's never spoken to you before)
 
LearnOutLoud.com presents the Art History Podcast. Each episode provides thoughtful analysis of the enduring artistic masterpieces that have become a hallmark of western culture. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned connoisseur, this podcast will give each piece in question the thought and appraisal it rightly demands.
 
Hi! My name is Lindsay and I host Stuff about Things: An Art History Podcast. It is a podcast where I tell you stuff about things. From giant Buddhas to lost paintings, each episode is a deep dive into a particular work of art, artist, or issue within the world of art history. My goal is to make art history accessible, enjoyable, and fun for anyone with a digital device and a desire to learn! My dog, Gus, also plays a key role as the podcast's muse and mascot. Come for the information, stay ...
 
Dr Great Art! (Sometimes even with a "?"), Short, Fun, Art History Artecdotes. Through his podcasts and performance-lecture installations, artist and art historian Dr Mark Staff Brandl takes viewers inside visual art and art history. Entertainingly, yet educationally and aesthetically he presents and discusses stimulating tidbits of knowledge from art history. Brandl stands for an understanding of art in which art historical knowledge and aesthetic pleasure merge into a new artistic experience.
 
Hello! I am Lianna. An art historian with a podcast mic. This is the stuff you missed while you were sleeping away in your lectures but please don't fall asleep when you're listening to this!Here I will discuss women artists, artists of color, non-Western art, LBGTQ+ and others who deserve the spotlight.
 
Join art historian Jo McLaughlin as she delves into the wonderful world of art history in a different way! Jo’s aim is to begin breaking down the elitism which surrounds the subject of art history and believes in order to do so, it’s important to create a space where everyone from all walks of life have the opportunity to talk about art that is meaningful to them; as let’s face it, if you are passionate about something, you are going to be good at talking about it! Painting, sculpture, archi ...
 
Each podcast episode will include a biography of an artist, a virtual exploration of art & a hands-on art history lesson. Experience an accessible approach to art history & adaptable art lessons that you can work on at your own pace. I hope you enjoy! Podcast Host - Kendra Krepinski (B.F.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.). Music by, Craig Rollison. Email contact: eaa.handsonarthistory@gmail.com. Find lesson examples on Instagram @art_integrated_ed
 
Collision Podcast - Where Art, History & Music Collide with your Host, Sharon Fitzgerald, MA | Los Angeles Episode Guide: Ep. 10 D-Day Live from Omaha Beach Ep. 3-9: Game of Thrones Ep. 2: The Birth of Modern Art Ep. 1: Introduction Ep.10: D-Day - Live from Omaha Beach for the 75th Anniversary of the WW2 Normandy Beach Invasion. Join your Host, Sharon Fitzgerald, MA, as she treks through the WW2 Normandy Beaches and battlegrounds and interviews local historians. Photos, maps, links and Sharo ...
 
A humorous, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’. We dig into the famous artists you may have slept through during your Art History lectures, and the ones that have been left out; possibly due to their ethnicity, gender, race, sexual identity, or lack of ins ...
 
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Dani and Squid discuss the Mona Lisa and DaVinci's process and muse behind it along with some theories and studies on the piece. Artwork Discussed: The Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci, c1503-1506 Audrey Munson for those who wanted to know Marked "Explicit" for: strong language Music: « Punky » from Bensound.com Support the show (http://cash.app/$danis…
 
If you live in or have visited a major city over the past year, chances are you've come across some version of the various new "immersive" "Van Gogh" "experiences." Staged by for-profit companies and marketed heavily on Facebook, these "environments" promise to bring audiences closer to the beloved paintings of Vincent Van Gogh through the magic of…
 
Will your biographer say you died from "amorous excesses"? Are you saving yourself for unicorn hunting? Have you ever heard of death by spiked wheel? You do now! In this episode, we dive deep into an alleged Raphael masterpiece known as the portrait of a Young Woman with a Unicorn. Come for the art historical facts, stay for the excursus on the ben…
 
Along with Squid comes guest Josh (2.0) and Aly to talk about Pablo Picasso's early years, learning to paint, and everything in between. Artwork Discussed: Le petit picador jaune, c1889, Pablo Picasso Science and Charity, c1897, Pablo Picasso The Painting of the Artist’s Mother, c1896, Pablo Picasso First Communion, c1896, Pablo Picasso Portrait of…
 
In this episode we delve into the portrait of Don Juan de Calabazas in the Cleveland Museum of Art! Allyson talks jesters, fools, disability history, and rethinking how we view disabled people. Book rec: Disability Visibility, edited by Alice Wong, 2020. (I listened to the audiobook version, but you can Buy on Bookshop.org also) © 2021 Allyson Heal…
 
Jen, Ginny & Nat gather to bring you this special, spooky season episode. The babes cover classic monsters and get a little silly in honor of Halloween. TRAVEL TO MEXICO W US// https://trovatrip.com/trips/mexico-with-art-history-babes-may-2022 //THE AHB CENTER FOR EROTIC ART// https://www.onlyfans.com/artbabes SUPPORT THE AHB// https://www.patreon.…
 
Thanks to the editing prowess of return guest Squid, we're bringing you a regular schedule. For thirsty Thursday today, we're talking about American born, Germany living, artist Adrian Piper. Artwork Discussed: Performance piece at the Louvre, c2017, Deborah De Robertis My Calling Card #1, c1986, Adrian Piper My Calling Card #2, c1986-1990, Adrian …
 
As is evident by the lateness of this episode, Dani is the worst at editing, but Squid & Josh make wonderful guests to sit, drink, and talk about the controversial performance art days of Chris Burden. Artwork discussed: Five Day Locker Piece, c1971, Chris Burden Shoot, c1971, Chris Burden Unknown work by a Berkley student, c2004 Transfixed, c1974,…
 
Oh jeez - this is a wild one......Stephanie and Russell are back with another serving and boy, is it a _ROMP_. Grab our new Three Witches Tee here: http://www.artslicepod.com/shopThis week, join them as they head further back into Art History than ever before – to the 16th century to introduce El Greco, a catalyst of Modern Art.Looking to make it b…
 
Back in February 2015, we discussed the history of 19th century French political satire in response to the tragedy of the mass shooting at the offices of the satirical publication Charlie Hebdo. In the wake of the insurrection at the Capitol in January 2020, our minds turned once again to the relationship between politics and the visual arts. This …
 
Our next episode for the Art History Babes’ upcoming collaborative, online art show with National Monument Press: Virtual Realism features artists Connor Czora and Anna Rotty. They discuss their works in the show as well as their processes and how their art making was affected by the US political landscape of the last couple years. Connor's website…
 
Welcome to Art Slice: an irreverent, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’. We dig into the famous artists you ma…
 
This episode features two artists from the Art History Babes’ upcoming collaborative, online art show with National Monument Press: Virtual Realism. The lovely Morgane Clément-Gagnon and Jillian Abir MacMaster join Nat, Ginny and Zach Clarke to discuss their work in the upcoming exhibition. (& a very special happy birthday to Jillian..) // Morgane'…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker are back with another slice of Art History: they discuss Rene Magritte and his painting "The Unexpected Answer" from 1933, Giorgio “Daddy” De Chirico’s influence on Rene and the Surrealists, and De Chirico's "The Song of Love" from 1914. De Chirico’s metaphysical works were a first in art history and has since…
 
After a bit of a surprise time, Pint Saized Art History is back! This time with Squid again, talking about criminal histories, artichokes, and the time the pope put a hit out on a man. Marked "Explicit" for: strong language and Stephen King gore writing references, also murder Music: « Punky » from Bensound.com Support the show (http://cash.app/$da…
 
After a summer Art History hiatus, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker (finally) discuss Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s journey to abstraction, from a young girl in Navy Cadet school to an accomplished, individual, and independent female artist - a rare combination in the 19th century.Hilma is often sensationalized as a mystical hermit artist …
 
The podcast returns as sharp as ever with a discussion of an example of a Malaysian blade called a kris! Allyson talks about the transition from Hinduism to Islam in Southeast Asia, tales from the Mahabharata, and the impact of colonialism (again). © 2021 Allyson Healey Theme music © 2021 Bruce Healey Twitter and Instagram: @arthistory4all Drop us …
 
WE ARE BACK with another Art Slice Short: Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker cover one of their favorite contemporary painters, Black artist Kerry James Marshall and his painting, “Memento #5” of his Souvenir Series. You can find all the images we discuss today on artslicepod.com or instagram http://linktr.ee/artslicepodThey also discuss the Bl…
 
A new Dr Great Art Podcast Episode 72: Design vs Fine Art After a 7 month break, I'm back. My artecdote this time is concerns differentiating the ontological state of design versus that of fine art without denigrating either. They are different. It has to do with purposeful polysemy.By Mark Staff Brandl, Dr Great Art
 
Originally Released April 2016. Love them or hate them you can't deny the intrigue of bad boys. This week's episode discusses the artistic and personal dramas of three bad boys of the Baroque: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, & Diego Velazquez. TRAVEL TO MEXICO W US// https://trovatrip.com/trips/mexico-with-art-history-babes…
 
Corrie, Nat, Ginny, & Jen feature three baddies of the Baroque: Judith Leyster, Elisabetta Sirani, and Rachel Ruysch. From Judy's eel-wielding Dutch children, to Sirani's big daddy energy, to Ruysch's intricate representations of the natural world - each artist expressed the Baroque style in a unique way. TRAVEL TO MEXICO W US// https://trovatrip.c…
 
In this follow-up to our discussion of NFTs and the NFT market, we consider how so-called "cryptoart"--or digital art that is bought and sold with NFTs--relates to the history of Conceptual art, which is often cited by those in the crypto community as its precedent. While most cryptoart is not "Conceptual art," it's not unrelated to it, either: bot…
 
cor and nat attempt to break down the difference between being inspired by another person's art and outright copying. conversation includes situations between contemporaries, as well as big companies stealing from independent creators. It's a complicated subject, but we cover a lot in this lengthy discussion. Patreon: www.patreon.com/arthistorybabe…
 
Corrie and Nat discuss the famously mysterious, Stonehenge. This Prehistoric structure is both a monument and an earthwork. It is shrouded in mystery and surrounded by wild theories–the biggest of which may be "how did they do it?!" Merlin, aliens, druids, this episode has got it all. Happy Harvest Horror Show Summer Solstice Ep: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Squid is back and so is her grudge against Artemisia Gentileschi! Join us while we discuss art, tumblr, and crediting artists. Art Discussed: Susanna and the Elders, c1610, Artemisia Gentileschi Susanna and the Elders, Restored - X-Ray, c1998, Kathleen Gilje I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, c2019, Bisa Butler Marked "Explicit" for: strong language …
 
All hail the queen of monsters, Niki de Saint Phalle! This episode is a deep dive into Niki de Saint Phalle, her career, and the culmination of her life’s work: the Giardino dei Tarocchi, or Tarot Garden. Come for the facts, stay in spite of the bad puns. #nikidesaintphalle #tarot #giardinodeitarocchi #tarotgarden #nana #monumental #sculpture #ting…
 
It’s the final episode of season one! Yes, after 35 weeks of non-stop art history content, I thought now would be the perfect time to round off season one is style - and I promise we are going out on a high! On today’s episode I sit down with artist and art historian Joanne Oatts to discuss one of Art History’s most iconic female artists - Georgia …
 
This week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker tread through the fascinating history behind the sculpture work “Silver Bedhead” from 1946 by Alexander “Sandy'“ Calder, mobile master, commissioned by Peggy Guggenheim, a woman whose art addiction influenced Modern Art History of the last century. They go back to the beginning of Peggy and Sandy’s …
 
Corrie and Nat are joined by artist, musician, and all around fascinating human, Cork Marcheschi. Cork shares many valuable insights for artists, as well as several art world tales--including that of his serendipitous meeting with Marcel Duchamp. We discuss the merit of “bumping into things”, the tangible relationship of love and literal light, and…
 
Welcome back to the Jo’s Art History Podcast! It’s episode 34 and the penultimate episode of season one and today, I have something really special for you all! As some of you may remember my second episode of the Jo’s Art history Podcast was all about The Barbican, the incredible brutalist social housing estate in London which people either love or…
 
In your snack-size serving of Art History this week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker are on vacation - BUT they’ve compiled a sampler of previous episodes for easy sharing with friends who might enjoy the show. You can find the Youtube version of the sampler at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaVRwPc1cFQanQi1ObR8CJAWe are truly thankful for…
 
Welcome back to the Jo’s Art History Podcast! It’s episode 33 and this week I discuss museums and galleries being open once again after a new lifting of restrictions in the UK. As a lover of art I was straight out the door and back in museums, but after reading in the paper there was still a large divide of people feeling comfortable in these space…
 
Along for the ride is Squid and newcomer, Ziel! Join us in discussing the temptations of Lucifer/Satan and how attractiveness has changed since the mid 1800s. Art Discussed: Boy Bitten By A Lizard, c1593-4, Caravaggio L'ange du mal, c1842, Joseph Geefs Le genie du mal, c1848, Guillaume Geefs L'ange dechu, c1847, Alexandre Cabanel Marked "Explicit" …
 
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