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This show is about self discovery through traveling the world. I interview other travelers ranging from all parts of life. The goal is to share stories and experiences from all over the world to enrich your life. Sometimes the interview or talk will be taking place in their homeland. Other times we take the interview online and discuss their culture. Join me on a journey across the world and self. Welcome to The Art of Happy Travels.
 
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Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians

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Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians

Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth

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Welcome to the Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians podcast. We are Maddy, Freya, Caroline and Serena: four art historians who, each week, will be chatting to an expert about visual and material culture in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Join us on an art historical journey as we think about how images and objects shaped our world.
 
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This week, we're joined by Dr Danielle Thom and Dr Lucie Whitmore to talk about their exhibition, London Making Now, currently on show at the Museum of London. We chat about how the show explores London's diverse histories of craft, industry and making, and the exciting links to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that many of the objects on di…
 
Join us this week for a very special festive edition of the Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians podcast. First up, we (drunkenly) talk about some wintery images and objects, Christmas traditions, and our love for the Muppets' Christmas Carol. Then we're joined by our brilliant guests Sarah Coomer and Dr Jane Suzanne Carroll, who discuss why Chr…
 
In this very special episode we're joined by the brilliant Isabella Rosner, the host of one of our favourite podcasts, Sew What?, to discuss our favourite historical boxes. Expect lots of innuendo, plus discussion of issues like craft and amateurism, historical accuracy (we don't believe in it), colonialism, and objects as potentially unstable sour…
 
It’s our last episode of the series! Join us as we chat about all kinds of objects made from wood. Our guest is Alyce Perry Englund, Associate Curator of American Decorative Arts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We talk about paying attention to our surroundings during lockdown, our shared love of antiquing, & generally enthuse about old furnitur…
 
Join us this week as we discuss all things stone with the brilliant Dr Cora Gilroy-Ware. We chat about stylistic labels like neoclassicism, materials such as marble, and the relationship between classicising sculpture and race.โดย Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
This episode we’re talking about paint with the brilliant Kate Nichols, who tells us about how paint figures in her current project, a global history of Victorian art. We chat about what paint is and what it is made from, alongside some broader contexts such as portability, gender, messiness, animal-human relations, and global trade.…
 
This episode, we're talking about a material that has been at the heart of a range of art historical practices for hundreds of years - paper! Join us as we discuss paper and its manifestations in the form of collages, paper cuts, inkblots, prints, and as labels. Our guest this week is Professor Catriona Macleod, who gives us a tantalising glimpse a…
 
Join us this week as we explore the weird and wonderful world of wax with our guest, Professor Laura Engel. We talk about everything from the uncanny nature of wax, its resemblance to human flesh, celebrity, and of course, wax model-maker extraordinaire, Marie Tussaud!โดย Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
This week we explore the wonderful world of glass in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Our guest is Dr Kit Maxwell, Curator of European Glass at The Corning Museum of Glass, and we discuss everything from shop windows, graffitied surfaces, technological processes, politeness, race, and consumable goods.…
 
Join us this week as we discuss what ceramics tell us about political dramas, national mourning, ideas of the home, and childhood. Our guest is Professor Matt Smith, whose ceramics have been displayed at the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, and the V&A.โดย Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
This week, we talk Marie Antoinette's fabric samples, bog bodies and patchwork-stealing criminals. Join us in conversation with our guest this week, Isabella Rosner, to hear more about her wonderful work on Quaker women's needlework...โดย Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
The trailer episode for the Travelling Sisterhood of Art Historians podcast. Join us for a chat around our name, logo and what we'll be discussing in series one...โดย Maddy Pelling, Freya Gowrley, Serena Dyer & Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth
 
Wow! This is the first episode I have done in a long time. I wanted to share my journey since leaving my home of Los Angeles. Choosing to not edit any of the original recording. Wanting to make it as authentic as possible. Here is what I go over: The process of me leaving Going through the fear of leaving everything behind Credit card debt Being st…
 
I got rid of all my things and decided to leave the USA on a indefinite basis. This episode briefly goes over why I did what I did. Then covers my travels over the last four and a half months. More importantly it goes over what I learned and how this can apply to your life. Enjoy! Topics covered: - Why I left and facing the fear to go - The countri…
 
It's been a while! Recently went to Iceland and wanted to do an episode of not only my experience. More importantly what you should expect if you plan on going yourself. I go over a range of topics from money, food, driving around, the people, etc. Topics covered: - The currency and an idea as to what everyday prices look like - Hiking - Renting a …
 
In this episode we discuss the Daycation. A day cation is where you decide to visit a city for a day. Here we give our top tips for planning the perfect day cation, budgeting for your day cation as well as making the most of your day. We really hope you enjoy it. There will we a accompanying blog post about this topic on gttravelblog.com. Make sure…
 
In this episode, I speak with Bernhard. Someone who I had met through a friend and podcast guest Gysmo from episode 12. He is from Switzerland. Bernhard has stayed with a family in Detroit to working in India. He shares with us some of the things that he has learned and a few insights he has gained. Topics covered: - Differences between a tourist a…
 
This is a special episode. This is the first solo episode where I share what I feel it takes to be genuinely happy. I talk about a lot of things ranging from passions to relationships and how to positively approach trauma in your life. On a side note: When I bring up romantic relationships. It's with the assumption that you and your partner are bey…
 
I'm happy to be joined by Sara. A freerunner who is Muslim from the USA. Her family migrated from Jordan where traditions and culture are a way of life. Not only is she determined to break down the traditional stereotypes of Muslims. She is also showing her community what a female can do and tries to inspire others to follow their path in life. Top…
 
Today I'll be talking with Joel. A Freerunner from Switzerland who is passionate about living life to the fullest. We discuss how our fear is usually worst than the real thing. Plus, how we are one decision away from changing our lives. Topics covered: - Not to focus on a negative outcome - live in moments that will grow in time - Life can quickly …
 
In this episode I sit down with Gysmo. A freerunner from Switzerland who I originally met in Los Angeles. A city he is obsessed with. One topic that randomly came up and turned into the theme was the power of love and how it can overcome any obstacle. Topics covered: Have an explore mindset Get to know the locals How our emotions can guide us throu…
 
In this episode, I talk to Nate Weston. One of the top freerunners who is constantly pushing himself. However, he didn't always have this mindset. We talk about the changes he went through from only a few years ago to one of the biggest names in the sport. We also discus how we can use fear to our advantage. How the feeling of regret will always ou…
 
In this episode, I talk to Lalith who lives in Australia, but is originally from India. We have a great discussion about how one man changed his States way of life. How people are inherently good and how "every human being is a hero to someone else". So sit back and enjoy another edition of the Art of Happy Travels. Topics covered: - How real chang…
 
In this episode, I talk to Joseph Hendo. A freerunner with wisdom beyond his years. In this session, we discuss many topics including making each moment as enjoyable as possible. How your environment can impact your state of mind. Plus how using your past to empower your future. Other topics covered: - How negative emotions only cause us harm - Set…
 
In this episode, I talk to my friend Joakim who I met in Nepal before trekking in the Himalayas. We were staying at a families house and started having these deeper conversations about life. We start with traveling and end with concepts that contribute to happiness. Topics covered: - How planning a trip to the last detail can be a bad thing - Going…
 
Didi is a well known freerunner from Morocco. This talk was done over the phone. So the quality isn't great. However, we talk about some great topics. We also discuss an incident that happened to him and his response that showed great character. Topics covered: - What it’s like to live in Morocco and for travelers visiting - Switching from living f…
 
It's funny the way we get into conversations with strangers sometimes. Especially while traveling. In this episode, I meet an older lady while backpacking in Jordan with a very interesting story and perspective on life. It's advice from the older generation worth listening to. Topics Discussed: - Using hard work to attain your goals and dreams -Hav…
 
I'm excited to share this episode with you all. Joining me is a professional freerunner Bart. He is on team Tempest and gets paid to travel the world doing what he loves. I had the pleasure of sitting down with him in Athens right before we both got on flights to our next destinations. Topics discussed: What motivates us to keep traveling How negat…
 
In this episode, Laura (from Germany) who is visiting me in Los Angeles shares her experience in Venezuela. She is also the first female traveler I have on the show. So we talk about facing her fears of traveling and how that has changed her life perspective. Topics discussed: - The Venezuela trip and trekking up Auyan Tapui - The exciting feeling …
 
In this episode, I talk to my good friend Melle from Holland. I originally met him on expedition in Venezuela climbing Angel Falls. We talk about that experience and what we have gained from our travels. Topics covered: Looking at age as an excuse to place limits on ourselves Trade moments for things Traveling to grow a mindset…
 
In this episode, I catch up with my good friend Steve who I've known for years. He is a filmmaker and actor making his way in Japan with his new family. We talk about the changes he had to go through moving from Guam to Los Angeles, then to Japan. We also discuss who he is now versus who he was when I first met him many years ago. He gives his insi…
 
In this episode my best friend since third grade interviews me to give you a better understanding of who I am and what the podcast is all about. Yoshino has a podcast called Artist Decoded which has almost 100 episodes! I'm excited to start this journey with you as we first explore why I enjoy traveling and the changes I have seen in my life. Topic…
 
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