1.Honest Tattooer Podcast
The Honest Tattooer Podcast is a show where tattoo artists and tattoo lovers discuss tattoos, art, and most of all keep it real. Keep it honest!
Join Sneaky Dragon and Compleatly Beatles hosts Ian Boothby and David Dedrick is they examine and celebrate Tintin and the work of Hergé one book at a time.
3.How to build a creative business
A podcast by artist and educator Aly Harte unravelling the ins and outs of what it really means to run a creative business. Guest posts from fellow creatives sharing wisdom and expertise to help you grow and thrive in your creative journey. www.alyharte.com
The Team Deakins podcast is an ongoing conversation between acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins and James Deakins, his collaborator, about cinematography, the film business and whatever other questions are submitted. We start with a specific question and end....who knows where! We are joined by guests periodically. Followup questions can be posted in the forums at www.rogerdeakins.com.
5.Better Fuji Photos
Short, actionable tips to improve your Fujifilm photography in every episode.
6.Ulysses by James Joyce
Banned in the United States and United Kingdom throughout the 1920s, Ulysses turned conventional ideas of the novel inside out with its bold new form, style and theme. Deeply rooted in the Greek myth of the hero of the Trojan War, Joyce bases his novel on Ulysses or Odysseus, who is doomed to voyage for ten years before returning home to Ithaca. Joyce had been deeply influenced by the Iliad and the Odyssey, which he had read from Charles Lamb's adaptations as a child. In fact, he considered him the epitome of the heroic ideal and constantly thought of giving the myth a new dimension in modern literature. However, the reader must be cautioned that it is not an easy book to read. It was also burdened by a strange and complicated publication history. Joyce's original handwritten manuscript was typed by a number of less than competent typists who made a series of grammatical and spelling errors, leading to great confusion. It went through 18 different versions, each of which was full of more and more mistakes. Attempts to “correct” the text were being made as late as 2010 but the appeal of the book lies in its overall theme and in its rich symbolism. Ulysses is divided into 18 chapters, or episodes, each one referring to a Homeric character or episode in the Greek myth. Though Joyce did not originally title the chapters, he did refer to them by such names in private letters to his friends. He also gave them obscure titles from his researches in French translations of the Homeric sagas. Joyce himself understood the significance of his work. He is reputed to have remarked to the effect that he had stuffed the book with so many enigmas and puzzles that it would keep academicians buzzing for centuries! The names of each character are rooted in the deep symbolism and every episode sets the reader harking back to the Homeric myths. Apart from Greek legend, Joyce also used aspects of Celtic traditions of storytelling. Essentially, the plot deals with many ideas that have found echoes throughout human history. Paternity, the idea of the everyday hero, regret and personal conscience, the paradox of individual perspectives all conveyed through a plethora of symbols and motifs makes Ulysses a compelling if difficult read.
The Extraordinary Creatives podcast takes you on a captivating journey into the hearts and minds of exceptional creatives and social entrepreneurs who have defied all odds to create a lasting impact. Your host, Ceri Hand, creative coach, entrepreneur, and seasoned arts and business insider, brings you a treasure trove of insights through in-depth interviews, creative coaching and Ask Me Anything advice episodes. At the core of this podcast is the belief that creativity is the key to success, but it's the courage, confidence, and resilience to dare to be different that truly makes an impact in the world. Ceri’s warm, playful, and straight-talking approach unlocks the ideas, processes, mindset, victories, and challenges of those trailblazers who have paved the way before us. Our mission: supporting 100,000 creatives by 2025 by providing exclusive access to information, inspiration, and expertise. Tune in, find your tribe and unleash your creativity with the Extraordinary Creatives podcast.
9.The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast
The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast provides education and inspiration through a mix of art, creativity and technical topics, interviews, gear reviews and travelogue style episodes. Full archive at http://mbp.ac/blog
-We will summarize what Cannibalism is and introduce the sections/people who will talk about the different sections giving a general summary of the sections about social impact, animal kingdom, and Arial and Caliban.
Welcome to Jerry Gogosian's new weekly Art World podcast hosted by Jerry and art market analyst, Matt Capasso Through conversations and interviews with industry movers, we'll tackle the latest art world headlines and their cross-overs into pop culture, politics, financial markets, and more. Join us as we verbally attempt to disentangle this wild, wild world. Available on iTunes, Spotify, and wherever else you get your podcast.
12.Art Supply Posse
Inspirational art making interviews with artists, makers, manufacturers, and retailers of art supplies. Art Supply Posse is produced by Kim Cofield and Marcus Clearspring.
13.Do It For the Process from Emily Jeffords
Empowering artists to live creatively and to THRIVE while doing so! A Podcast from Emily Jeffords Studio
14.Stuck in the Fan-tom Zone
A free-flowing conversation with 4 of my closest friends discussing a wide variety of topics such as comics, movies, tv and much more!
15.The Beginner Photography Podcast
The Beginner Photography Podcast is a free weekly podcast hosted by professional photographer Raymond Hatfield who interviews world class photographers of all genres who share what they wish they knew when they got started so you can grow your creative photography skills faster! The podcast is brought to you by CloudSpot.io, the client gallery system that is always #EmpoweringPhotographers
Welcome to WITS' END, a weekly no frills podcast featuring mind-melting comic book interviews. Chaos ensues. Find more podcasts, writing and YouTube videos on https://witsendpod.com
17.Minecraft tips and tricks
Hi this is Minecraft and drawing tips please follow my podcast so u can listen to more podcasts
18.The Game Giants
Two buff dudes, Ben and Jairus, talk about video games, anime, and life.
19.A Frame of Mind
A Frame of Mind takes a hard look at race in America through the lens of one art museum. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art sits at a crossroads: in the middle of Kansas City, in the middle of the country, and in the middle of America’s shifting cultural landscape. We’re working through the slow and sometimes messy change of a big museum asking what it can be and whose stories it tells. Along the way, host Glenn North meets brilliant Black and Native artists and thinkers in Kansas City who help us see through their eyes.
A conversation series on photography where host Jordan Weitzman sits down with emerging and established photographers, publishers and editors to discuss their work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21.The Independent Artist Podcast
Visual Artists! You are not alone! IAP gives voice to the working artist. Inspirational and entertaining conversations with successful road show artists. Every story delves into the process of self-discovery behind the work and the career path that creates financial success. Douglas Sigwarth is a glassblower, and Will Armstrong is a mixed-media artist. Both have been working as independent artists for over 20 years on the art fair circuit. As cohosts, their contrasting experiences and styles make for comical and relatable talks that affect today’s contemporary artists.
22.The Norwich Film Festival Podcast
Welcome to the Norwich Film Festival podcast! Join festival assistant Niamh Brook as she chats with filmmakers nominated at this year's festival. The Norwich Film Festival was founded in 2009 and has become an international film festival which takes place annually in Norwich, UK, during November. It’s a celebration of independent film and actively supports and champions filmmaking.
23.Singing Pretty Girl
Singing my dream
24.Christmas Mix Radio
It's all about Christmas and how Christ Himself is the ULTIMATE, TRUEST source of all celebration for it.
25.The Advertiser's Guide to the Galaxy
Why do we like certain ads over others? What makes an ad talk-worthy for the right, or wrong, reasons? Is advertising art, or just business? In the ‘The Advertiser's Guide to the Galaxy’ podcast, host Karthik Srinivasan dissects advertising campaigns by questioning the what, why, and how, so that people are able to see the same ad with new eyes. Karthik Srinivasan is a Communications consultant and he has been working in the field for over two decades. PS: The show's title is inspired by Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy, a book that Karthik considers his No. 1 favorite of all time.
26.Birgit O'Connor and The World of Watercolor Painting
Watercolor tips, guest interviews, demonstrations, marketing, techniques, how to stay motivated
27.Your Art Matters
Hello! I am Michelle Lloyd founder of United ArtSpace, and I'm bringing you the Your Art Matters Podcast. I believe there is a place for everyone in the art world, and it is possible at any stage and any age to bring your creative passions alive. Every week, I will bring you a dose of inspiration, with thought-provoking and motivational conversation, so you can make art you love and turn what you love into a living. So together, let's get motivated, inspired and make art!
28.Ultimate Spin: The Spider-Man podcast about Marvel Comics' Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy
Hey there, True Believers! Welcome to the *only* Spider-Man podcast about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen!
29.Bread & Salt Podcast
Welcome to the Bread & Salt Podcast On View- hosted in English by Thomas DeMello
30.The Perceptive Photographer
Podcast that looks at photography as an art and craft rather than a collection of camera gear.
PLEASE GO TO SCOTT WITTENBURG.COM FOR THE LATEST PODCAST NEWS/UPDATES! Hosted by photography instructor Scott Wittenburg, this podcast is for anybody who wants to learn the secrets of taking better photos traditionally or digitally. Tips on cameras, composition, lighting and digital imaging in Photoshop are among the topics to be covered.
32.IN TOO DEEP
A podcast where I talk to creatives and creative thinkers who have passed the point of no return with their ideas and endeavours. Theme song by Kodiak Kid.
Interviews and Inspiration From The World of Sculpture. Join, Lucy Branch, sculptural conservator and author, as she talks to sculptors whose work can be found in public spaces. They discuss their creative journeys, their artistic practice and their shared love for all things bronze. Find the show notes at www.sculpturevulture.co.uk and download your free novel.
A 20-30 minute adventure into animator life. Video version at www.animoot.com
35.Pickle Bar Podcast
A Slavic take on the apéritivo bar, Pickle Bar is a site for the exploration of loose tongues, the limits of language both as affect and discourse. Located steps away from Slavs and Tatars studio in Moabit, Pickle Bar offers different fermented items and spirits, a doubly bubbly answer to the bourgeois staples of wines and cheeses.
36.Jacky Winter Gives You The Business
Jacky Winter Gives You The Business was weekly podcast hosted by The Jacky Winter Group — a creative production and artist representation studio based Melbourne, London, and New York City After 109 episodes, the show has gone on an indefinite hiatus, but you can still listen to all our archived episodes!
37.Fuji X Aus Podcast
A Podcast for passionate Fujifilm X shooters talking about all things Fujifilm and photography. With inspirational topics, interviews, general tips & tricks, latest news and promotions, prize giveaways and general banter, we encourage listeners to participate in discussion topics.
38.Screen Printing: Art, Ad, or Alchemy
Screen Printing: Art, Ad, or Alchemy? covers the wide variety of uses of the world’s oldest printing technology in its modern form. The podcast introduces listeners to the people and the magic behind the squeegee. From leading-edge medical devices fighting COVID, to fine art and rock posters, the clothes you wear and the teams you cheer for, the electronic devices and new energy sources that will guide our future – it’s a screen printed world out there, and host Andy MacDougall will take you into it.
39.The Creative Gap
The Creative Gap Podcast is for Filmmakers, Entrepreneurs & Creatives. Our goal is to provide conversations around rarely-discussed topics, including Personal Finance, Mental Health, Business, Investments, Relationships, Freelance Life and so much more. Hear from weekly guests on all podcasting platforms. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gian-carlo-stigliano/support
#WIP (Work-In-Progress) is a series taking you behind the scenes to explore curatorial and education projects taking shape both inside and outside of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria’s physical gallery spaces. In this podcast you will hear from artists, museum staff, community collaborators and even different hosts as you discover a range of experimental contemporary art practices and projects in process. This series is generously supported by a Canada Council for the Arts Digital Now Grant. Learn more at aggv.ca.
41.Christina Aguilera Podcast
Podcast for Spanish
42.Sell Out: A Podcast to Grow Your Art Career
We speak with industry leading artists, marketers & creative professionals to bring you the best advice for selling art online and growing your art career. Brought to you by theprintspace, the world's leading fine art print drop shipping service.
A new podcast from Creative Review, Creativity Sucks! looks at what is wrong with the creative industries and how to fix it. Hosted by CR editor Eliza Williams and featuring expert guests from the worlds of advertising, design and marketing.
45.HUNGRY EYES PODCAST
illustration art podcast from Vilnius
46.Call Me Artist
Come join us to learn all about Call Me Artist. Call Me Artist is an online interactive event for a photographer who wants to explore themselves as an artist and beyond. We offer a collaborative and educational space structured to empower you and connect you with other photographers. Our biggest goal is to ensure everyone feels welcome in this space. Join us to sit and listen, watch it later, or share in the conversation. Your unique perspective on the world is valued here. Check out the Call Me Artist space here - https://www.callmeartistretreat.com/
47.The Kiln Sitters
Marianne Chénard, Carole Epp and Brendan Tang sit down with artists and makers of all ages from across Canada to shed light on the contemporary ceramic scene. You may have thought Canada was all polar bears and maple syrup, but we’re serving up a heaping dose of artists you should really know about. From the coast to the prairies, the big cities and small communities; we’re here to find out what makes the Canadian ceramic scene so vibrant, diverse, cutting edge and relevant. Join our hosts as they bring you enlightening interviews that will share how Canadian ceramics is internationally recognized for its unique contribution to the field.
48.Comic Book Time Machine
Celebrating comics, from a couple days ago to a century ago!
49.OPENING CREDITS PODCAST
The OPENING CREDITS® podcast takes you behind-the-scenes of film & TV to explore the unseen world of filmmaking. Join detective-turned-film Graphic Designer, Stephen Nutley, as he demystifies the dark arts of the industry and meets the creative minds who bring your favourite movies and shows to life. Whether you’re a die-hard movie buff who wants to learn more about film production, or a casual fan who is curious to know what goes on behind the camera, this podcast is a new way to discover the overlooked roles of filmmaking and meet the unsung heroes who have been hidden in the credits. Visit www.openingcredits.net to find out more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
51.Nerd Lab (Movies, Comics, TV Shows, Irrelevant Things)
This podcast is just 2 veterans talking about the things they love... poorly
Uplifting messages,education,sports,relationships and more.
53.Random Acts of Cinema
Each week friends Mike and Charlie have Randy (the random number generator) select a film for them to watch from the Criterion Collection. Then they discuss and review it for your listening pleasure. It’s a podcast about the love of film, expanding horizons, painstakingly cataloging the duration of every long take, and friendship.
Audio stories behind photographs from award winning photographer, Greg Miller.
55.The Rusty Animator Podcast: Animation| Animators| Art | Rusty Gray
Rusty Gray from Rusty Animator.com dives into the art of animation, how to learn the craft, and make a living as an animator in VFX, Feature, or Games. Through interviews with recent graduates of the best online schools (Animation Mentor, IAnimate, CG Tarian and Animschool) that have made it pro, you’ll discover the shortcuts to your dream job at Disney, Pixar, Weta, ILM or any studio. If its insight and inspiration you need this is your source. Animation workflows, animation schools, personal struggles, successes, interviews, demo reel s, fast learning, drawing, art, networking, studios, movies and everything else Animation.
56.The Animator Life
A podcast about all things animation. Created by Ellie Augsburger of The Animator Life Tumblr. Recorded with her close friend and fellow animator Nick Arbeiter. Follow The Animator Life tumblr at www.animatorlife.tumblr.com Email us questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ellie's Reel: www.ellietheanimator.com Nick's Portfolio: www.narbeiterinmotion.com
57.I Dream of Cameras
The smash hit podcast about cameras and camera collecting from Jeff Greenstein and Gabe Sachs.
58.The Photographer Mindset
The Photographer Mindset is a podcast specifically created for photographers, and those who believe their purpose is to create, inspire and develop into their full potential. The photographer mindset podcast was initiated to help creative individuals understand that their success depends on more than just skill and dedication. In this podcast we learn to develop a winning mindset based on attitude and out of the box thinking strategies so that we can grow our clients, brand recognition & confidence. We want to work smarter towards our goals, not harder.
59.The Artist's Voice
"The Artist's Voice" podcast empowers artists to share their stories and promote their work. They may share success and challenges with the intent of helping other artists and enlighten the public. Artists from all creative genres are encouraged to guest on the show.
Politics, art, and a general disappointment with how things are going.
Documenting Banksy. https://www.banksy.blog Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/banksy/support
Conversations with childless and childfree womxn
Nothing bro chill
What is Film Sense? It's a Podcast Documentary Series About Filmmaking In Uncertain Times. For many filmmakers, the 21st century marked the end of cinema as we knew it. Gone were the methods behind the madness of Hollywood. New technologies created uncertainty as well as promise. Traditional sources of financing and distribution had dried up, especially for independent filmmakers and the “middle class” of Hollywood. Film Sense will explore the changing terrain of filmmaking as art and as a business. Through discussions with other amateur professionals, we will share our experiences and hopefully make “sense” of what the future holds.
66.Steven Zapata Art Podcast
A podcast about drawing, painting, design, art, and all the weirdness around it. See the art for the episodes: www.youtube.com/c/stevenzapataart
67.Pro Photographer Journey Podcast
Learn the craft directly from seasoned professional photographers. Join us as award-winning photographers discuss the lessons they’ve learned over the years, as well as tips, tricks, and how they have overcome their mistakes to become respected, ever-advancing professionals in their field.
69.The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast (Enhanced)
The Martin Bailey Photography Podcast provides education and inspiration through a mix of art, creativity and technical topics, interviews, gear reviews and travelogue style episodes. Full archive at http://mbp.ac/blog
An oil painting lost in a storeroom for decades, a dusty student card, a misplaced animal skull; these are some of the objects in the University of Melbourne's twelve museums. Each was forgotten in a different way. Join students from the Centre for Advancing Journalism on a journey of unforgetting as they ask why some objects - or people - are lost from history. And what that says about Australia.
71.The Macro Photo Show
Discussing and exploring the amazing world of macro photography. The show is primarily focused on new to intermediate macro photographers and helping you get started even if you only have entry-level equipment. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mark-lawrence5/support
just random moments
Because we are interested in people's story, and not what type of gear they use, we introduce a new much needed podcast in the world of photography and cinematography. Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world's leading photographers, filmmakers, and other visual revolutionaries, we are bringing you the backstory on how some of your favorite artists got to where they are today.
Join Josh Galicki and Rob Read for the Wildlife Photography Podcast. Delivered in a relaxed and conversational style, the pair discuss all things related to wildlife, nature and photography. If you love wildlife and are seeking inspiration for your own photography, then this is a podcast for you.
75.Beyond Wild: Wildlife Photography Podcast
A podcast that tells the stories behind the creation wildlife photographs. Follow Matthew Gehly on Instagram: @matthewgehly
76.Black Hair in the Big Leagues
Throughout Black Hair in the Big Leagues, host Salisha Thomas sits down with badass black women (and men) on Broadway and talks about all things hair. We are sharing secrets, swapping ideas, and talking about our individual experiences backstage, onstage and beyond. But that’s not all; there are women (and men!) who can speak on this topic in other industries as well and open the conversation about what it means to show up to work being black and “put together.”After every episode, you’ll have new ideas for your own tresses and leave feeling inspired and empowered no matter what color you are to stop fighting what makes you unique, to live your best life and to embrace yourself exactly the way you are.Part of the Broadway Podcast Network.
77.Jiggle n Juice
Jiggle n Juice is a collective formed by two artists who happen to be best friends, Shae Myles and Georgia Tooke. They also happen to live 4,405 miles apart. The pair met in 2019 at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen, Scotland, where Shae was studying and Georgia undertook her exchange semester. Jiggle n Juice is a platform dedicated to engaging in discursive and critical conversation, and showcasing creativity. We aim to foster a support system for creatives by producing materials that help to bridge the gap from art school to professional practice.
78.Artists in the World
A new series that opens conversations between artists and their contemporaries. "Artists in the World" uplifts artistic voices and explores multiple histories, geographies, and current events while creating space for new ideas and possibilities. Hosted by Carnegie Museum of Art's director of education and public programs, Dana Bishop-Root, and WQED-FM's artistic director, Jim Cunningham, the new podcast series features cross-disciplinary conversations, artist talks, readings, and performances that position artists in conversation with individuals across disciplines, practice, and place.
80.American Art Collective
Welcome to the American Art Collective podcast, the official podcast of International Artist Publishing. Each week we’ll bring you fresh perspectives from the communities of our five magazines: American Art Collector, Western Art Collector, American Fine Art Magazine, Native American Art and International Artist. On the podcast, we’ll go beyond the magazine pages, and into the secret gardens of imagination. We’ll visit with the movers and shakers and newsmakers. Everyone from artists and gallery owners, to collectors, museum curators and more. Join us to hear their stories and secrets behind how they got to be who they are, and where they are, in the world of art. The American Art Collective Podcast is YOUR all-access behind-the-scenes pass to what’s new, what’s now, and what’s next in American art!
Art is for everyone, but sometimes, the way we talk about art doesn't make sense to anyone. Art Smart breaks through the confusing artspeak to help everyone understand and enjoy art a little bit more. Every episode is short and to the point giving you a quick overview of the topic in just a few minutes. In Season 1, Art Smart focused on the Elements of Art and the Principles of Design. The elements of art are the building blocks of art and the principles of design focus on how artists arrange those building blocks. Understanding the Elements and Principles can help you become a better creator whether you aspire to be the next Leonardo da Vinci, or you just want your family photos to look good on social media. For Season 2, Art Smart is focusing on different eras and movements in art. What is the difference between modern and post-modern? How were the Post-Impressionists and Impressionists similar and different? Learn all about these and other movements in season 2. Each episode will cover a movement or era in broad strokes, then give you five specific artists/works to look at for a better understanding.
82.Hot Off The Press Podcast
Welcome to Hot Off The Press, a podcast that provides knowledge and emotional support for new and aspiring printers. Your hosts, Jillian of Studio Soprano and Moriah of Moriah Creates, are two letterpress printers who believe in sharing their knowledge and learning together. Our goal is to help bridge the gap between this antique printing method and modern design. We've poured through the forums, asked the experts, and learned some things first hand. We'll be sharing all of our tips and tricks, as well as interviewing some of the leaders of the industry. Toss off that apron and tune in!
83.Right Eye Dominant
A photography-focused podcast that delves into the creative process, and the trials and tribulations of bringing lasting value to your artwork, regardless of the medium. I will discuss a range of topics including: interviews with creators, self-publishing books and zines, great photo books, exhibitions, unsung heroes, being true to your creative self... and so much more. Hosted by Nick Tauro Jr.
A podcast where artists, musicians and tech creators talk about the future. Hosted by Nick Hollins & produced by Apollo ~ ufo.fm
85.Two Idiots Talking About Art
Meet Rodney and Naoto, the two idiots hosting Two Idiots Talking About Art. They’ll discuss all things art related and occasionally interview people smarter than them.
86.The Five Minute Art Show: A Podcast About Art by an Art Lover
The Five Minute Art Show takes you on a teeny tiny journey of discovery, uncovering fascinating facts and insights about artworks from some of the worlds most highly acclaimed artists in just 5 minutes!
87.Life as Art a Wedding education podcast
a photographic husband and wife team talk all things photography, weddings and Life. This is a educational podcast about weddings with some of the behind the scenes info about real life wedding issues and success you have to hear about!
88.Ballsy: It takes balls to sell art.
Welcome to Ballsy, the podcast where I interview successful artists and creators on how they got the balls to sell their art, and turn their art practice into profitable businesses. As a former entrepreneur turned artist, I realized that being an artist is basically like running a small startup, and you, the artist, are the CEO. I talk to artists and talk about their businesses, talk real numbers, growth hacks, tools and tricks and how they were ballsy enough to make art their career
89.Makers & Mystics
Makers & Mystics is the podcast for the art-driven, spiritually adventurous seekers of truth and lovers of life.
90.ZINE: The Radio Show
The ZINE Radio Show is a Demoscene Podcast from and for sceners, and everyone curious about one of the oldest but still very lively digital art cultures. Every month Axel, Okkie and Ziphoid share the latest news and trivia and invite interesting guests for deep-dives into the many disciplines and communities in and around the demoscene.
91.Enviroart by Suzanne Bélair, IAF, AFC
This is a blog about art, the environment and the beauty and angst of life and creation
92.The Fake Filmmaking Podcast
I’m a fake filmmaker! Who are you? Are you a fake filmmaker, too? Then there’s a pair of us—don’t tell! They’d banish us, you know. I might continue this by asking the question “what makes one a “REAL” filmmaker?” but I will instead state the rest of this classic poem, in its unedited state: “How dreary to be somebody! How public, like a frog. To tell your name the livelong day To an admiring bog!”
93.the Hand Engraving Podcast
The world's greatest podcast dedicated to the art and artists of hand engraving.
94.Framing Visual Culture
Deep & casual conversations with artists, creative practitioners and academics. Framing Visual Culture delves into the world of visual imagery we are surrounded by, looking at art, design, and media to uncover questions of taste, identity, and culture. Hosted by Yi Jing Fly. View the images from each episode through the online publication here: www.medium.com/framing-visual-culture
95.The Fucking Metaverse
Welcome to The Fucking Metaverse, where we get serious and seriously off-topic about all things web3 – the metaverse, cryptocurrency, NFTs. Hosted by Yuga Labs co-founders Wylie Aronow, Greg Solano, and Kerem Atalay, TFM brings on creators, founders, collectors, and changemakers to talk about the future of the internet and whatever else is on our minds. You can find episodes transcripts on our website: thefuckingmetaverse.xyz YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@YugaLabs/playlists Twitter: https://twitter.com/fvckingmeta TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@fvckingmeta Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
96.Steve Swift's Rambling Reviews
Reviewing everything from wrestling to rock music, Steve Swift can always be relied upon to make you think 'I can do better than that'...
97.Focus on Women
Focus on Women, a platform we created to help support all women in the photography and video arena. From photographers and directors to producers and creative directors, stylists to assistants and more. Our mission is to give women a seat at the table and involve them in community through networking events, workshops, mentoring and mentorship.
98.Shoot Wisely the content creators Podcast with Amir Ebrahimi
Shoot Wisely podcast host Amir Ebrahimi has over 20 years of experience in production and has traveled the world as a documentarian covering a wide range of projects including the 2016 Olympics in Rio, social issues for the health ministry of Ethiopia, extensive global and national coverage of the NBA on and off the court, and documenting Cambodian orphanages to name a few. Host Amir Ebrahimi talks to guests about their process of creation and the road that led them to create for a living. The Shoot Wisely Podcast will have a heavy focus on photographers and videographers/DP's but will be open to inspiring creators such as artists, writers, designers, editors, etc. The main aim of the show is to talk to creates about their journey and process of creating to inspire people to create and shoot wisely. The show will have a very loose format but will touch on the who, what, where, and why. With a small portion of the conversation dedicated to the tools each creator utilizes. Thank you and please leave a review and share.
99.Mix Masala with TG
An online podcast presenting to you the best of "Mix Masala'' from india, special ingredients are some huge chunks of Art, couple of spoons of philosophy, Sprinkles of climate change. tinch of technology and finally toppings of love , creativity and greener today! You will rediscover subjects ranging from Art, Music, Gender, technology, climate change and everything in-between!! Ahh yes you read that right! so lets dive in, out or anywhere in "Mix-Masala with T-G" Universes!!
This podcast is to spread joy and just something to listen too I talk about lots of subjects so plz listen in