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Join Jim Cuno, president of the J. Paul Getty Trust, as he talks with artists, writers, curators, and scholars about their work. Listen in as he engages these important thinkers in reflective and critical conversations about architecture, archaeology, art history, and museum exhibitions.
 
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The Art History Babes

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The Art History Babes

Recorded History Podcast Network

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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.
 
ART FOR YOUR EAR brings you stories from some of my favorite contemporary artists. When I studied Art History, the best part was, well, the gossip. I loved finding out why artists did certain things, what was going on in their personal lives, and behind-the-scenes details about other artists they knew and worked with. This podcast is exactly that ... inside-scoop stories from the artsiest people I know. You'll hear first-hand from these talented, successful, full-time artists (who also happe ...
 
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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Art History for All

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Art History for All

Allyson Healey

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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)
 
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Art Watch Podcast

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Art Watch Podcast

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Art Watch Podcast intends to teach art history at all levels with an emphasis on Latinx and Chicanx art! These artists are often overlooked in general art historical analyses but they have contributed to the formation of art movements around the globe. My goal is to enlighten listeners about Latinx and Chicanx art while challenging institutions to incorporate more artists of color into their permanent collections. I hold a BA and MA in art history from the University of Houston and begin my ...
 
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.
 
THE SECRET HISTORY OF ART takes you on a series of private guided tours of the world's greatest artworks. Best-selling author and professor of art history Noah Charney presents the history, symbolism, and importance of each work. The Secret History of Art is a series of lessons in miniature on great works of art around the world. By spending just a few minutes per masterpiece, you can learn the mysteries, stories, and secrets of some of civilization’s greatest treasures.
 
Explore Modern Art history including Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism, and other key Modernist art movements. Join artist and educator Klaire Lockheart as she examines famous artists and artwork through a 21st century intersectional feminist lens. Whether you’re an artist, student, or patron of the arts, you will hopefully learn something new about Modern Art.
 
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Art History Podcast

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Art History Podcast

LearnOutLoud.com

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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 ...
 
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Jo's Art History Podcast

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Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo McLaughlin

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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
 
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.
 
Art is the truest expression of the workings of the mind, free from learnt language. More than that, it is the visual expression of culture, politics, society, religion, emotion, zeitgeist, channelled through the brush, chisel, or hands of creative individuals. Understanding art allows us to understand history: to pin it with images, and pepper it with the faces, colours, drama and expression of its time. This series is designed to give bite-sized insights into the world of Art History, brin ...
 
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 Chicago native, Elysabeth has been living and breathing the arts for all of her life. Born to parents who were odd collectors and dedicated art enthusiasts, she went on to study art history and fashion in Paris and Florence. She returned to Chicago and owned an international art gallery, stretching her arts connections beyond the visual arts to all arts communities throughout the city. Having the itch to create herself, she worked in the Chicago fashion industry, designing and producing te ...
 
Moore College of Art & Design prepares students for lifelong learning and leadership in the fine arts, design arts, art history, art education and curatorial studies. As the first and only art and design college for women, Moore advances the role of women in the visual arts and ensures their success by bridging the worlds of education and work. As a leader in the arts and cultural communities, Moore promotes the visual arts through distinctive education and gallery programs.
 
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Art Matters

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Art Matters

Art UK

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A podcast exploring the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics... We look at what art history and visual culture can tell us about the world around us, and how our everyday interests make us excellent art critics. Hosted by Ferren Gipson.
 
The History of Ancient Greece Podcast is a deep-dive into one of the most influential and fundamental civilization in world history. Hosted by philhellene Ryan Stitt, THOAG spans over two millennia. From the Bronze Age to the Archaic Period, from Classical Greece to the Hellenistic kingdoms, and finally to the Roman conquest, this podcast will tell the history of a fundamental civilization by bringing to life the fascinating stories of all the ancient sources and scholarly interpretations of ...
 
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British Art Talks

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British Art Talks

Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art

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British Art Talks is the audio series of the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. It features new research and aims to enhance and expand knowledge of British art and architecture. The PMC is an educational charity that champions new ways of understanding British art history and culture. We publish, teach and carry out research, both at the Centre in London and through our online platforms. Our archives, library and lively events programme are open to researchers, students and the ...
 
A Chicago native, Elysabeth has been living and breathing the arts for all of her life. Born to parents who were odd collectors and dedicated art enthusiasts, she went on to study art history and fashion in Paris and Florence. She returned to Chicago and owned an international art gallery, stretching her arts connections beyond the visual arts to all arts communities throughout the city. Having the itch to create herself, she worked in the Chicago fashion industry, designing and producing te ...
 
The Art of Asymmetrical Warfare takes a holistic approach to discuss the history of at least one asymmetrical conflict per season. Join me as I explore civil wars, guerilla warfare, various resistance movements and stretch the definition to delve into civil disobedience and civil rights movements. Icon created by the talented @GraphicsHub3 Theme song is Symphony no. 5 in Cm, Op. 67 - III. Allegro
 
Stuff What You Tell Me! is a podcast telling stories of rebellion and resistance in history, art and culture. Created by two contrary Australians living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, we explore the wider role of rebellion in history, by delving into the experiences of people whose lives and actions were defined by defiance. Release schedule: In keeping with our theme, we resent the imposition of scheduling agendas, so we release episodes whenever we feel like it. We aim for at least one a m ...
 
A listen and a look at how food, history and art intersect. From food origins, food history and food art. How foods have traveled the world, been used by different people and how different artists have depicted them throughout time with an emphasis on women artists, under and mis-represented artists.
 
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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,…
 
Art has never been as widely accessible as it is today. Of course, the internet has made it easy to gather information about artists and their work. Many galleries have virtual exhibits, especially since the COVID pandemic has transformed the way we interact. There are more art museums and galleries throughout the world than ever before. In general…
 
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…
 
In 89 BCE, 1-year-old Publius Ventidius Bassus is marched through the streets of Rome, a slave captured by the victorious Roman army. 31 years later, he is recruited into that same Roman army, and begins a precipitous rise to the very top of the Roman political order.โดย Neil and David White
 
Imaginarium : An Alternate History of Art, a podcast where we delve into the most obscure parts of art history. A bonus episode ! twitter & ig : @imaginarium_pod patreon: patreon.com/nadjah music: Dream Escape - The Tides
 
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 …
 
Throughout his 92 years of life, Pablo Ruiz Picasso helped shape the progression of modern art through the 20th century, perhaps more than any other artist. He was a master painter but also experimented with sculpture, ceramics, collage, and etchings. His innovative work and startling mix of styles have had an unparalleled impact on modern and cont…
 
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…
 
Graham Clumpner & Scott Olsen on Iraq, Afghanistan, Imperialism, Accountability, Anti-War Action, Climate Catastrophe & Mutual Aid Graham's Twitter: https://twitter.com/turncoatveteran Scott's Twitter: https://twitter.com/OlsenVet GI Rights Hotline: 1-877-447-4487 https://girightshotline.org/ Mosquito Fleet: https://mosquitofleet.us/ Jacob George: …
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the republic that emerged from the union of the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 14th Century. At first this was a personal union, similar to that of James I and VI in Britain, but this was formalised in 1569 into a vast republic, stretching from the Baltic to the Black Sea. Kings and princes fro…
 
“We hear the security guards talking to one another on the walkie-talkie, saying that there’s a man on the line saying that he has a stolen painting. And I wish somebody could’ve seen us, because we just stopped our conversation and Jill’s eyes got big, and she said, ‘Oh, my gosh, are we gonna remember this moment for the rest of our lives.’” On th…
 
This is part two of research by Dave Emory and Spitfirelist.com. The background leading to the assassination in Dallas.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-mcdermott/support
 
In this episode, we discuss the aftermath of the Peloponnesian War at Athens, including the reign of the Thirty Tyrants, the Athenian civil war, and the restoration of the democracy Show Notes: http://www.thehistoryofancientgreece.com/2021/10/108-thirty-tyrants.html
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the race to build an atom bomb in the USA during World War Two. Before the war, scientists in Germany had discovered the potential of nuclear fission and scientists in Britain soon argued that this could be used to make an atom bomb, against which there could be no defence other than to own one. The fear among the Al…
 
This is part one of research by Dave Emory. This is the background leading to the assassination in Dallas. All of Dave Emory's historical work is available at spitfirelist.com .--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/art-mcdermott/support
 
Egypt's pyramids are historic pyramids with a masonry construction that are found in Egypt. The pyramids exist since the beginning of the ancient kingdom and the end of the “Ptolemaic era” A.D. The secret behind these pyramids is how the Egyptians kept their work and hid their treasure in these art pieces. ******************************************…
 
Yayoi Kusama is probably one of the most popular living artists in the world. Her works are well recognized across all sectors of society, and #yayoikusama is consistently trending on Instagram. Fans queue for hours to snap a selfie against the backdrop of her dazzling installations, but few bother to delve into the history or personal background o…
 
Katz acknowledged and then rejected abstract expressionism and developed his style. He has been called the “artist of the immediate.” Katz himself says he paints “The Artifacts of Culture,” and his work lies in the immediate present. He is an extraordinarily prolific artist and is best known for his portraits, landscapes, and floral paintings; many…
 
Banksy is the pseudonym used by the well-known UK-based street artist, though his identity remains a mystery. Banksy's distinctive style is known by the stenciled graffiti artworks that appear unannounced, typically in public places, often depicting figures integrated into the physical environment and addressing political and social themes. Banksy …
 
Throughout his 92 years of life, Pablo Ruiz Picasso helped shape the progression of modern art through the 20th century, perhaps more than any other artist. He was a master painter but also experimented with sculpture, ceramics, collage, and etchings. His innovative work and startling mix of styles have had an unparalleled impact on modern and cont…
 
The ancient sculptures were works from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, and Greece, given that history associates these countries as the origin of their most famous sculptures. We will provide an in-depth analysis of ancient sculptures from these regions and their purpose. ********************************************* Hey everyone! Please follow our show …
 
Every wall, street corner, building, or any flat surface in public places is the canvas of street artists. Street Art is more than an artistic expression or a movement. It is an essential part of contemporary art. Street art is typical in urban areas. It is somewhat connected to graffiti but is not limited to spray paint. People leaving their mark …
 
Pop Art is a colorful and exciting art movement. It made its appearance in the US and the UK in the 1950s. It is the most well-known development in the Arts of the 20th century. When Pop Art first entered the artistic scene, it was considered shocking and radical. It was the complete opposite of abstract expressionism that came immediately before i…
 
From street graffiti artist to a self-taught, modern expressionist, Jean-Michel Basquiat lived a dramatic, chaotic, and brilliant life as his paintings. He was a modern polymath. His passion was painting, but he was also a musician and an actor. He was convinced from a very young age that he would be famous, that he would be someone special, but at…
 
Born Magdalena Carmen Freida Kahlo y Calderon in Mexico City in 1907, Frieda became one of Mexico’s greatest artists. Perhaps the world’s most famous female artist, Frida Kahlo’s image is recognized throughout the world. You’ll find her distinguishable image on notebooks, t-shirts, mugs, and tea towels all over the world. Through her paintings, she…
 
The 30 Years War has reputation among history buffs as one of the most complicated conflicts you can study. Even though the war is filled with fantastic stories, it can sometimes scare away history podcasters (like Sebastian). The complexity of the war makes it difficult to break down simply and clearly. Luckily, in this episode Sebastian is joined…
 
One of the most famous artists of his time, and perhaps of all times, Andy Warhol managed to blur the lines between high art and popular culture, artist and celebrity. He is responsible for some of the most iconic images of the 20th century. ********************************************* Hey everyone! Please follow our show on Spotify and subscribe …
 
Art history is the historical study of human expression — tactile, visual, spatial, and even audible. Art historians use various tools and strategies to discover ways to transfer from the visible to the spoken through study and interpretations. Art historians develop a unique understanding and sensitivity of how material, visual, and – in contempor…
 
“The metropolis is not just the city; it’s the mother city. It has a fundamental role in defining the history of these countries that we discussed in the book.” The period between 1830 and 1930 was one of global change, particularly in Latin America. Emerging from Spanish and Portuguese colonial rule at the start of the century, cities from Buenos …
 
George de Mohrenschildt was a friend of Lee Harvey Oswald and his Russian-born wife Marina Oswald in the summer of 1962 in Fort Worth, Texas. Mohrenschildt testified to the Warren Commission in 1964 that he had met the Oswalds through a prominent member of the local Russian-American community, oil accountant George Bouhe.--- Support this podcast: h…
 
Saundra Kay Spencer developed photographs from the autopsy of President Kennedy on the weekend following the assassination. She worked at the Naval Photographic Center in Anacostia, in the "White House lab." Her liaison to the White House was Robert Knudsen, and she worked with Vince Madonia. Ms. Spencer, never before interviewed in association wit…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Greek writer known as the father of histories, dubbed by his detractors as the father of lies. Herodotus (c484 to 425 BC or later) was raised in Halicarnassus in modern Turkey when it was part of the Persian empire and, in the years after the Persian Wars, set about an inquiry into the deep background to those wa…
 
After negotiations with the Bolsheviks stall, the Alash Orda turn to the White Movement in Siberia. What they find are endless political factions, Cossacks, numerous battles with the Red Army, and a White Army coup. Help Afghanistan Page Support the victims the Haitian Earthquake and Hurricane Ida Stand Up for Abortion Rights If you enjoyed […]…
 
There are three main culprits in the alleged burning of the Great Library of Alexandria. But weirdly they all lived roughly 300 years apart from one another. How is that even possible? It’s weird anomalies like this that complicate the history of the Great Library. Many have written poetically about the dramatic burning of this ancient institution,…
 
Dallas Chief of Police Jesse Curry was riding in the lead car of the Presidential motorcade with sheriff James Eric "Bill" Decker when they turned west off Houston Street onto Elm Street. Looking straight ahead, they noticed "a few unauthorized people on the overpass and wondered how they got there." Those people were later described as thirteen ra…
 
The ancient sculptures were works from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Rome, and Greece, given that history associates these countries as the origin of their most famous sculptures. We will provide an in-depth analysis of ancient sculptures from these regions and their purpose. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Disclaimer: This post …
 
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 may …
 
"Everything was made of the most familiar objects. It could’ve been taken off a desk or a kitchen counter or something, and put into action. They were inert, but their meaning wasn’t. I thought to myself, this isn’t art; it’s better." In the early 1960s, artists from around the world practicing in wide-ranging disciplines—from music to dance, visua…
 
Yayoi Kusama is probably one of the most popular living artists in the world. Her works are well recognized across all sectors of society, and #yayoikusama is consistently trending on Instagram. Fans queue for hours to snap a selfie against the backdrop of her dazzling installations, but few bother to delve into the history or personal background o…
 
Katz acknowledged and then rejected abstract expressionism and developed his style. He has been called the “artist of the immediate.” Katz himself says he paints “The Artifacts of Culture,” and his work lies in the immediate present. He is an extraordinarily prolific artist and is best known for his portraits, landscapes, and floral paintings; many…
 
Banksy is the pseudonym used by the well-known UK-based street artist, though his identity remains a mystery. Banksy's distinctive style is known by the stenciled graffiti artworks that appear unannounced, typically in public places, often depicting figures integrated into the physical environment and addressing political and social themes. Banksy …
 
Robert Christopher Lasch was an American historian, moralist, and social critic who was a history professor at the University of Rochester. Lasch sought to use history as a tool to awaken American society to the pervasiveness with which major institutions, public and private, were eroding the competence and independence of families and communities.…
 
Every wall, street corner, building, or any flat surface in public places is the canvas of street artists. Street Art is more than an artistic expression or a movement. It is an essential part of contemporary art. Street art is typical in urban areas. It is somewhat connected to graffiti but is not limited to spray paint. People leaving their mark …
 
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