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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2021 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram: @artcuriouspod // Find us on Fireside
 
The Sculptor's Funeral is the only podcast dedicated to figurative sculptors living and working today. Art history, tech talk, news, and interviews for the figurative sculptor working in the Western European tradition of figurative sculpture, along with a social media forum and listener mail/questions/comments make this podcast required listening for any sculptor who knows the Fine Arts aren't dead, they just smell a little funny.
 
This is not just another podcast about art. Art is more than a creative outlet or something to study in art history. Art is a catalyst for self-improvement, a tool for understanding the human spirit, and a way to find your path. Through art conversations and in-depth explorations of artworks, this art podcast might just change your life. Join your host, Cindy Ingram—the founder of Art Class Curator, the Curated Connections Library, and the Art Connection Circle—as she explores the life conne ...
 
Home to a rich collection of more than 30,000 works of art, and just as many stories, the Milwaukee Art Museum is located on the shores of Lake Michigan. Whether we're focusing on works in the Collection, traveling exhibitions, or the history of the institution, we're ready to tell them. For more information about the Museum, the art, or the behind the scenes, visit mam.org.
 
John Eliot Gardiner, Founder and Artistic Director of the Monteverdi Choir & Orchestras, presents eight podcasts that explore Monteverdi’s role at the centre of seismic shifts and tumultuous advances in all the arts and sciences during the early 1600s, spearheaded by his contemporaries - Galileo, Kepler, Bacon, Shakespeare, Caravaggio and Rubens. With the help of specially recorded musical illustrations and a handpicked team of experts, Gardiner guides listeners through an in-depth investiga ...
 
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Mary Akemon & Allison Kopplin

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Welcome to Museum Masters! The one and only Podcast all about museums, museum studies, and museology from a fresh perspective! Our hosts are Mary Akemon and Allison Kopplin- two Americans trying to navigate the world as museum professionals. Listen in to learn about the tried and true topics to the contemporary themes of museum studies!
 
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Brandi and Danni Lin

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Brandi and Danni are two sisters who just happen to be dead inside. With no fulfilling careers, longtime relationships, or children, they turn to the only thing promised to give them a feeling: art. Every week, Brandi and Danni will get face to face with art, discuss the wack history behind it, and evaluate its life-giving powers. Join us on Art Sistory, where two sisters put art to the ultimate test: can it make you feel alive? If you listen in, maybe you will feel just a little less dead i ...
 
Pandemics, violent eruptions, city sackings, egomaniac emperors. Sound familiar? History always repeats itself. Archaeologist host Darius Arya Digs goes back 2000 years to uncover elements of Ancient Rome & its expansive Empire. On location from the back streets of Rome to the bazaar of Cairo, from the Agora of Athens to the Medina of Tunis, and from the Vatican Museums to the Roman emperor Diocletian’s palace of Split. Episodes drop each Monday!
 
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 ...
 
Art Attack with Lizy Dastin and Justin BUA is a new kind of art podcast—engaging, informed, accessible and raw. Join artist BUA and art historian Lizy as they debate topical artworld happenings, bringing their unique—often contradictory—perspectives to the conversation. BUA is an internationally distinguished painter, television personality, writer, entrepreneur and teacher. He is perhaps best known for his renderings of often-overlooked characters that define the urban landscape; for instan ...
 
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Today, I’m excited to try a brand new type of episode where I have art conversations with other people and talk about favorite pieces of art, personal connections to art, and what drew us to the world of art. For my first guest, I’ve brought on one of my best friends for the last 10+ years, organizer for all things at Art Class Curator and brillian…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: was Van Gogh a completely failed artist with only one sale to his name? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple …
 
Today’s a different kind of episode. I had an idea recently and wanted to experiment with something new... I went back to the Dallas Museum of Art to revisit Nauline Pierre’s exhibit. Why? I want to look at the same artwork again and again to see what new lessons I get out of it and how the artwork grows and changes as I grow and change. And I want…
 
The second season of Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. Let's dive into the Golden Age of Illustration ! twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The TidesBy Nadjah O.
 
Don’t be alarmed, Art Class Curator followers! The art lessons, blog posts, and other goodies are still here for your enjoyment. But the podcast has undergone a re-branding and slight shift in focus. My own personal journey over the last few years has led me to this moment. So in this episode, I explain why I’ve changed things and what you can expe…
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. In this conversation from early December, I spoke with Laura Morelli, a USA Today bestselling author and art historian who writes amazing historical novels involving the art world. We…
 
Last week, Madalyn and I geeked out over Naudline Pierre’s art exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art. It blew us away so much that we ended up talking for an hour and a half about our experience there. In part two of our discussion, we wrap up our thoughts on Lest You Fall and move on to Pierre’s Hold On, Hold Tight featuring more angels, nude figure…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re circling back to one of our earliest episodes, which we’ve updated and re-recorded, to discuss this controversial subject: was Michelangelo a bad artist, unable to properly depi…
 
Madalyn’s back on the podcast to discuss a favorite subject of ours: art! This time we talk about a Naudline Pierre artwork exhibit we just happened upon in Dallas recently. Our conversation ran well past the hour mark, so I’ve broken it up into two parts. In this part one episode, we discuss Pierre’s Lest You Fall oil on canvas painting and all th…
 
Wow, we haven’t done one of these in a while… Welcome to a session of “Curious Talk,” a bonus episode recording between ArtCurious host Jennifer Dasal and her fellow podcaster/producer husband, Josh Dasal (Subgenre). It’s a chance to get a deep dive on the many goings-on, behind the scenes, with both ArtCurious and Jennifer. Topics include: Jennife…
 
Today’s episode features a great interview that really illustrates the power of art connection. I talk with Olivia Ollis, an art teacher of over 30 years living in rural North Carolina. Her experience over the last year has deepened her personal connection to works of art and helped her discover new things about herself in the process. She discusse…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: were the Middle Ages an Artistic Wasteland? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts and FOLLOW on Spoti…
 
I live for being in the same space with the artwork, visiting art museums and spending time in them with fellow enthusiasts. The Art Class Curator summer workshop where I get to do just that is probably my favorite thing every year. It lights up my soul and gives me the most energy and excitement for the work I do. This past summer’s workshop felt …
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. On our November 1 live event, I had the great pleasure of speaking with author and art critic Jennifer Higgie about her latest book, The Mirror and the Palette: Rebellion, Revolution,…
 
Are you really engaged with the artwork when you walk into an art museum? Or are you too busy thinking about what you know about the art and artist? Perhaps you’ve even noticed other people reciting facts and background on a piece of art to whomever they’ve brought along. When I was younger, I was that person. I’d be all about the artist’s life, th…
 
Bidisha explores joy, from the psychology of our earliest laughs to collective and solitary pleasures like comedy, food and performance. Hear historian of emotions Thomas Dixon describe and define joy, before listening to comedian Daliso Chaponda and developmental psychologist Caspar Addyman talk with Bidisha. They remind us to let our inner jester…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: is the woman featured in Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring a maid from his household? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW ou…
 
I’ve noticed that the excitement and energy that comes with teaching wasn’t really there at the beginning of this school year. And if you’re one who struggles with anxiety or high-sensitivity, teaching these days is harder than ever. Today’s episode is a re-release for both new listeners and old ones who’ve forgotten or missed out on this one the f…
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. On our Oct. 25 live event, I had the great pleasure of speaking with author, artist, and musician Thomas Negovan about his new book, Le Pater: Alphonse Mucha's Symbolist Masterpiece a…
 
When you’re a kid into art, it’s hard to imagine doing that and getting paid for it like a job. (We all know that old adage about starving artists). This is possibly even more true for those who like writing poetry. You don’t often hear about professional poets. Well, today’s an exception. My guest Glenis Redmond is an award-winning, professional p…
 
It’s another meaty one… This week we’re coolin’ with longtime friends Edo Rosenblith and Erik S Peterson! We’re talking about EVERYTHING including their show Monument Valley at Monaco, milky substrates, the Boss, promptly moving to Brooklyn, the Hulk, tumblr death, how authorship changes in the face of collaboration, and finally, the way in which a…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this controversial subject: Are Georgia O'Keeffe's floral paintings direct references to the female body? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on …
 
After graduate school, I worked at an art non-profit called Big Thought. While I was there, my podcast guest today Eric Booth was a consultant who went high up in the company straight out of college. He did a lot of staff development training and programs for the non-profit. This episode represents a full circle moment for me as I thrill at reconne…
 
Over the last few months, I’ve really been exploring what really lights me up in my work. While helping teachers bring the joy of personal art connection to their students has been wonderful, I also know that I want to teach again and be in conversations about art rather than just helping others facilitate them. To that end, I’m offering a new prog…
 
When was the last time you felt utterly tranquil? Moya Lothian-McLean searches for an oasis of calm, taking Wellcome Collection’s ‘Tranquillity’ exhibition as a point of inspiration. She visits St Bartholomew’s Hospital to experience the installation ‘Regarding Forests’ by Chrystel Lebas. Hear tips from staff and visitors as they share how they fin…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this fascinating theory: did Michelangelo paint the Sistine Chapel Ceiling all alone, while lying on his back? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our sho…
 
Some pieces of art just make you uncomfortable. Maybe it’s a movie or scene that hits too close to home, or a book about a particularly violent event (real or fictional) that makes you squirm... or a painting that brings up regrets or painful memories. For Madalyn Gregory and myself, Marcos Raya’s 2000 painting The Anguish of Being and the Nothingn…
 
This week we’re coolin’ with one of the biggest weirdos we know, Howard Krohn! We’re talking Monaco, manifesting cable, hamster deaths, the lack of oblique agendas, and the way in which the ambiguity of a mark, the visible stages of revision, and the playfulness of mistakes made permanent, allow the viewer just a moment, to escape into and empathiz…
 
Did you miss our LIVE bonus show on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform? Don’t worry— you can catch the replay on Fireside, or enjoy the bonus audio here. On our Oct. 11 live event, I had the great pleasure of speaking with author and poet Mary Peacock about her new book, Flower Diary--and what a delight she—and this book— are! Want to …
 
I am so excited about today’s guest! Today, I talked to Mario Rossero, the Executive Director of the National Arts Education Association (NAEA). He had an exciting journey as an art teacher before joining the NAEA in January 2020, just before the world exploded. In this episode, we discuss his journey and experiences, but, most importantly, we disc…
 
In our tenth season, we’re going at art history with a skeptical eye and a myth-busting attitude to uncover the fictions and facts about some of our favorite artists. We’re starting our season today with this fascinating theory: Is the Mona Lisa really just a portrait of Leonardo da Vinci in drag? Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podca…
 
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Hi, everyone! Jennifer here with a few little announcements: Season 10 begins THIS Monday, October 11th. Yay! Also beginning Monday: LIVE bonus shows on Fireside, the interactive storytelling platform. On Oct. 11, author and poet Mary Peacock will chat with us about her new book, Flower Diary--grab your copy now and join us and share your questions…
 
It’s spooky SZN and this week we’re investigating the Roswell Incident, a man named Stump, and a bounce blastin’ rodeo… it’s the one, the only, Reuben Hemmer. Reuben’s photographic practice has taken him from basic training to Bonerville and everywhere in between as he uses his camera to capture the most surreal, ethereal, and authentic aspects of …
 
Guess who I have on as my guest today! Long-time listeners know that I love the Harry Potter and the Sacred Text podcast. One of the co-hosts, Vanessa Zoltan, has similar views about connecting with literature as I do with artwork. In this episode, she and I discuss her book Praying with Jane Eyre and how to use sacred text (or sacred art) as a too…
 
Hello Happiness is the first series of The Wellcome Collection Podcast. In this episode, Bidisha chats to her guests about their personal experiences of resolve, and considers its complicated relationship to happiness. Psychotherapist Susie Orbach and broadcaster Jeff Brazier discuss the power and limitations of resolve in managing grief and mental…
 
Venice-- it's the most serene and beautiful city in Italy, and possibly the whole world. But Venice at night-- all darkened and quiet-- takes up the most space in my imagination. I seriously love the depictions of Venice as enigmatic, shadowy, and even dangerous. All of this lends Venice this air of inscrutability and mystery. And over time, locals…
 
The percentage of U.S. students who graduate from high school has never been higher in our history. But have schools ever been structured, resourced, or intended to educate everybody’s child? During Jeffrey Benson’s time as a teacher, mentor, and administrator for over 40 years, he worked with neglected, abused, traumatized, and autistic students w…
 
We sometimes talk about using art to make a difference. And while some may be cynical about that claim, my guest today isn’t one of them. Dani Coke has an incredible story to share about how her art went viral overnight, made a difference, and really changed her life, and she explains her artistic process. As you listen to her describe her journey,…
 
In the wake of the pandemic last year, I recorded a conference, Called to Art, that brought together educators from across the U.S. It was an amazing experience where I used real-world examples of myself to discuss what we learn from looking at art, how we can become emotionally connected to particular pieces of art, and why you should show more wo…
 
Today, it’s another very special episode of ArtCurious! This time we’re chatting about the side of the art world that you rarely see. We’re going behind-the-scenes with James Quirk from Queen’s Fine Art to talk art shipping, Brexit, how to get involved in the logistics of the art world, and the strangest thing Queen’s has ever managed. About Queen’…
 
The 20th anniversary of 9/11 is right around the corner. So many people, including your students, weren’t alive when it happened. That’s shocking when you think about it because of how it changed our world practically overnight and still influences current events. So in this episode, I want to use the 9/11 Memorial artwork as a case study for bring…
 
Imagine that you’ve never experienced a whole lot of grief before. Then something devastating happens to you and leads to something beautiful. It happened to my guest today, Beryl Young. I’ve known her for several years, ever since I first started Art Class Curator at a blogger conference. Before working with teachers and schools on photography cur…
 
Hello Happiness is the first series of The Wellcome Collection Podcast. In this episode, Bidisha asks: What are our emotions and how are they made? She then attempts to pin down the purpose and uses of hope. Listen to historian Tiffany Watt Smith explain how our understanding of emotion has been shaped throughout time, from the ancient Greeks to ou…
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. This episode will be dedicated to the world of fashion, beauty, advertisements and art during the 1960s. twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides Additional content : BIBLIOGRAPHY: http:/…
 
In this “Curious Callback” episode, we’re revisiting one of our favorite weirdos—Weegee!— whom we featured in Episode 5, alongside Andy Warhol. Today, Weegee gets his full due with a deep dive into his life and work. Please SUBSCRIBE and REVIEW our show on Apple Podcasts and FOLLOW on Spotify Twitter / Instagram / Facebook Don’t forget to show your…
 
Art as a defensive weapon? It seems strange, but Pablo Picasso demonstrated its power in his painting Guernica. I’ve brought Jennifer Easterling back onto the show for another art conversation, and this time we discuss Picasso’s famous artwork. Both of us had strong gut reactions to it, so in this episode we talk about what it’s taught us and its i…
 
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