Nicholas Wilton

The Artist’s Gift - Nicholas Wilton - Ep 12 - One of the many gifts that artists possess is a unique sensitivity to the world around us. We feel…EVERYTHING. If the lighting is off, we know. If the volume is too loud, we know. If a live band's tempo is slightly dragging you can almost guarantee that every musician in the audience is losing their collective mind. But we also feel deeper things. Like when an opportunity is presenting itself or when someone might be dishonest. And while feeling everything so deeply and so constantly may seem like a burden to some, the story of how I learned to embrace this part of myself is one I will never forget. Join me, as I share the story of a chance college encounter that changed my life. This meeting allowed me to recognize that my sensitivity is what enables me to be an artist in the first place. However, my paradigm shift didn’t happen because I met a person. I owe it all to a wild baby crow. ======================


Kevin Rose

Artist Spotlight: Seeing Through Decentral Eyes with Coldie

Kevin is joined by Coldie, a stereoscopic 3D artist whose work focuses on blockchain and decentralized crypto art. Here, they discuss his collaboration with Snoop Dogg, the changes he's seen in the space over just the past few years, and what he's collecting when he's not creating.

ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious

Episode #91: Art Fact and Fiction: Are There Hidden Messages in Leonardo's The Last Supper (S10E08)

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 there hidden messages in Leonardo's The Last Supper?
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The Lisa Congdon Sessions

Lisa Congdon, Co-Loop Podcast Network

Episode 18: Exploring the Gifts of Boredom with Artist Kyle Steed

A Kids Book About BoredomHow Boredom Can Spark Creativity

The Beginner Photography Podcast

BPP 283: The Key to Great Photos in 2022

2022 is going to be the year you start your new photography hobby, or you are going to dive deeper into this beautiful world of photography and start capturing compelling moments with an intentional eye. No matter where you are, there is always room for improvement and in 2022 the way you are going to get better at photography is simply shoot more. Its simple, the more photos you take, the better you get. So start capturing photos now!   Resources: Free eBook - Picture Perfect Camera Settings 52 Free Lightroom Presets! Deliver Beautiful Photo Galleries - Get started for free 80+ Posing Examples - Free Posing Guide for Weddings and Engagements Join The Beginner Photography Podcast Facebook Community

Talk Art

Russell Tovey and Robert Diament

Jeff Koons, presented by BMW

Talk Art HOLIDAYS SPECIAL!!! This very special episode was recorded from Pace Gallery, New York!!! We are proud to collaborate again with BMW to bring you a conversation with iconic artist Jeff Koons. We discuss Jeff's passion for art which he discovered at an early age, we discuss his student years in Chicago and working for Ed Paschke, whose technicolor renderings of superheroes and other pop icons were an early source of inspiration. We learn of Koons’s first job at the Museum of Modern Art, and his first major works that invoked commodity fetishism: titled The New, they comprised vacuum cleaners displayed on or in Plexiglas boxes over grids of fluorescent light. We explore why he chose stainless steel and reflective surfaces within his most celebrated sculptures and how art can truly change lives.Jeff Koons’ latest collaboration with BMW is THE 8 X JEFF KOONS, a hand-painted limited interpretation of a BMW M850i xDrive. The special editi

Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers

Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan

Going Big! [150]

This week, we answered a question from listener Paige, who asked about our experiences with scaling up. Paige wrote: "I am struggling to scale up, especially in my chosen media of collage but I see you work both small and large and I wondered if there was a formula for that."

Spoiler alert: neither of us have a formula, but we do share our own challenges, experiences and tips. Our conversation covers the challenges of space (both in buyers' homes and our own studios); the need to use bigger tools; and the importance of mixing up a lot more paint. We also look at the inherent difficulties of scaling up collage work, and offer a few suggestions of how to handle that transition. In the end, making large work is a new challenge for each of us, and requires us to find our own solutions, but we have both found the process rewarding enough to make it worthwhile.
Sam Lock
Bibby Gignilliat large

The Week in Art

The Art Newspaper

Artists’ monuments, the €471m Caravaggio villa auction flop, Michael Armitage on Sane Wadu

This week, our contemporary art correspondent Louisa Buck visits the exhibition Testament at Goldsmiths CCA in London, where 47 artists have been invited to make proposals that ponder the idea of tearing down and erecting monuments and what it might mean to rethink them. Louisa talks to Sarah McCrory, the director of Goldsmiths CCA, and to Adham Faramawy, one of the artists in the show. In Rome, a villa with ceiling paintings by Caravaggio and Guercino with a price tag of €471m failed to attract any bids. The Art Newspaper’s founder Anna Somers Cocks, who’s based in Turin, tells us why. And in this episode’s Work of the Week, the artist Michael Armitage tells us about Sane Wadu’s painting Black Moses (1993), a work in Wadu’s retrospective at the Nairobi Contemporary Art Institute in Kenya, co-founded by Armitage, which opened last week. See for privacy and opt-out inf

David Tennant Does a Podcast With…

Somethin' Else & No Mystery

David Tennant, star of Doctor Who, Good Omens and Broadchurch, gets talking with the biggest names from TV, movies, comedy and elsewhere. Featuring superstar names like Olivia Colman, James Cordon and Whoopi Goldberg. A Somethin’ Else and No Mystery production. Head to STORE.TENNANTPODCAST.COM to get your hands on the brand new David Tennant Does A Podcast With travel cups, metal water bottles and mugs.

Team Deakins

James Ellis Deakins, Roger Deakins


EPISODE 163 - Byways Team Deakins discusses Roger’s new book BYWAYS as we head into a hiatus from the podcast. In this episode, we discuss what taking stills gives to Roger that film does not, how he enjoys observing things and places, how there is no pressure to shoot anything specific, what he likes to take images of, and why he prefers to shoot in black and white. We talk about his time shooting for the Beaford Archive and developing his eye. He likes dedicating his day to shooting on his stills camera and he only takes iPhone photographs when he’s fishing. We discuss our incredible and collaborative experience working with Damiani, the publishers of BYWAYS. IMAGES WE DISCUSSED: The Joy of Flight (72), Budapest Runners (116), and Lightning Strikes (131)

Learn to Paint Podcast

Learn to Paint Podcast

Ep. 43 Paint Pigments with Gamblin (Mini Episode)

We often talk about color on this show…hue, value, saturation… but at the heart of all of that is the pigments themselves. In Mini Episode 43, I sit down with Mary Weisenburger from Gamblin  and we get down to the nuts and bolts of what makes paint paint.And while we look through the lens  of oil paint in particular, so much of what we talk about is true for acrylic, watercolor, and gouache as well. Show notes here: the show here: the show (

B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photo & Video

Fallout - The War Photography of Peter van Agtmael

Conflict photography of the past twenty years is a subject we have discussed in previous episodes with photographers, psychologists, and scholars, but our very welcomed guest, photographer Peter van Agtmael adds his well-articulated thoughts on the subject, including his own motivations and challenges while covering the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as the ramifications of those wars here in the United States and elsewhere. On this episode of the B&H Photography Podcast, we reflect on the mindset of a young man wanting to bear witness to history and the evolution of his thoughts after many assignments and embeds. We also learn about aspects of his work, from the intra-personal to the technical and how these have also changed over the course of an almost two-decade career.   The work of van Agtmael has been published in The New York Times, The Guardian, and The New Yorker; he is a Guggenheim Fellow; a winner of multip

Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood

Conversations about the business of art, inside the artist studio, and plei

Why It Feels Like Your Art Making Always Comes Last EP-259

We ALL have multi-faceted lives. We are both artists AND a plethora of other wonderful things. Parents. Partners. Siblings. Friends. Do you ever feel like your art is constantly on the back burner to everything else in your life? Like your creativity is getting lost in a sea of everyone else’s needs and wants? I’ve been there and I want to help you find a healthy balance so that every area of your life gets the attention it deserves. Join me as I share five reasons why it feels like making art should always come last.   Outline of This Episode [0:56] Signs you are putting your creativity in last place [3:29] Learning how to say NO [5:52] Breaking down self-care stigmas [9:46] Why you never have time for yourself [16:58] Breaking the people-pleasing cycle [23:41] Why your art is valuable   Your time is valuable  Have you ever said to yourself, “I would love to make more art, but I just don’t have enough time.” If th

The Art Angle

Artnet News

How the Met’s Astonishing Surrealism Show Rewrites Global Art History

If, perhaps, someone in a trench coat who was smoking a pipe and had a gigantic eyeball for a head were to approach you a street on a particularly sunny night and ask you what surrealism was, you'd probably answer by throwing out a few names—Salvator Dalí, Man Ray, Frida Kahlo—and you wouldn't be wrong.
But what if that strange interlocutor were to tell you that everything you know about surrealism is in fact, just the tip of a very large iceberg? And that this lastingly popular movement stretched in fact, far beyond Paris, far beyond Europe, to every corner of the globe, and to countless fascinating artists who you've never heard of before? Well that, in a sense, is exactly what an extraordinary and frankly revelatory exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is doing right now.
Titled "Surrealism Beyond Borders," the exhibition, organized by Met curator Stephanie D'Alessandro toget

Outdoor Photography Podcast

Brenda Petrella

Join Brenda Petrella from Outdoor Photography School as she sits down with top landscape and nature photographers and leaders in the outdoor industry to unpack their approaches to creativity, connecting with nature, and working safely and comfortably in the natural world. This weekly podcast is a mix of interviews and quick tip episodes. The Tidbit Tuesday episodes include nuggets of practical information and a Q&A section where Brenda answers your submitted questions. Be sure to follow the podcast on your favorite podcast player and get ready to be inspired to create better images and reconnect with nature!

Artist/Mother Podcast

Kaylan Buteyn

The Artist/Mother podcast interviews incredible working Artists who are also Mothers, inviting them to share from their experiences as they make art and mother their children. We hope these interviews inspire you to dedicate time, passion, and energy to your art practice while simultaneously being the best parent you can be.

The Modern Art Notes Podcast

Tyler Green

Eamon Ore-Giron, Ray Johnson

Episode No. 534 features artist Eamon Ore-Giron and curator Caitlin Haskell. The Anderson Collection at Stanford University is presenting "Eamon Ore-Giron: Non Plus Ultra" through February 20. The exhibition features paintings Ore-Giron has made while on a Stanford residency, installed with works from the Anderson's collection. It was curated by Ore-Giron and Jason Linetzky. Next month, The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver opens a survey of Ore-Giron's 20-year career titled "Eamon Ore-Giron: Competing with Lightning / Rivalizando con el relámpago." The exhibition, which was curated by Miranda Lash, will be on view from February 16 to May 22. Ore-Giron's work joins histories, geographies and abstraction as a means by which to explore the layered past and present of the Americas. He's been featured in solo shows and two-person shows at LAXART and the 18th Street Arts Center in Los Angeles, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine

The Art History Babes

Recorded History Podcast Network

Zombies, Vampires, Aliens... oh my

Jen, Ginny & Nat gather to bring you this special, spooky season episode. The babes cover classic monsters and get a little silly in honor of Halloween. TRAVEL TO MEXICO W US// //THE AHB CENTER FOR EROTIC ART// SUPPORT THE AHB// ORDER THE HONEST ART DICTIONARY// IG// @arthistorybabespodcast
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I Like Your Work: Conversations with Artists, Curators & Collectors

Erika b Hess

I Like Your Work supports artists! Each week artist Erika b Hess interviews artists, gallerists, collectors, and curators to cover topics that will help you in your art practice! From inspiring interviews from the lives of artists to business practices you will walk away ready to get in the studio!

The Jealous Curator : ART FOR YOUR EAR

The Jealous Curator

SANDY SKOGLUND : believe you HAVE to do it

Cheez doodles, chewed gum, and radioactive cats. That can only mean one thing ... American art icon, Sandy Skoglund, is sharing her stories from childhood till today!

The Art and Soul Show

Lisa DiGeso, The Milky Way

Profit Over Hustle - The Importance of Being a Profitable Photographer with Tanya Smith

Discover more about Tanya Smith Website: Facebook Group: Instagram: has been a women’s portrait photographer since 2011 and fell in love with how a boudoir session can change the way a woman sees herself.She has a background in corporate banking and sales, but still, she tried to figure everything out on her own. After years of struggle, she started investing in her education and worked with mentors and took courses. She is constantly learning everything she can about running a successful boudoir business.  She has grown her studio to bring in mid-6-figures in sales, and her average sale has grown to over $4900 per client.Since 2017, she has been mentoring and coaching other boudoir photographers one-on-one who want to grow their business. Her

A brush with...

The Art Newspaper

A brush with... Pablo Bronstein

Pablo Bronstein talks to Ben Luke about the art, literature, music, film and much more that have influenced him and inspire him today, and the cultural experiences that have shaped his life and work. Bronstein was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977, but came to the UK as a child and grew up in suburban London. He makes beautifully executed drawings, performances and video works. They reflect on the architecture, design and cultural traditions of mostly pre-20th-century eras and what they tell us about the role of aesthetic taste both when they were made and as we see them today. Pablo’s work is often funny, though with a sardonic edge, but its impact is heightened by the fact that it is also deeply learned—his knowledge of the intricacies, pretensions, quirks and excesses of art, design and architectural history are crucial to the effectiveness and precision of his work. He discusses his early fascination with drawing buildings, his love

Do It For the Process from Emily Jeffords

Emily Jeffords

Can Your Vision Really Become Reality? Goal Setting Part 2

THIS IS YOUR YEAR TO SHINE! I know that sounds cheesy, but honestly, if you decide that it is true, then it IS. 


Look at the year as a whole and be open to all sorts of wild ideas. You KNOW you can overcome anything. Don’t allow any limiting beliefs in at this point. Projects, collections, collaborations, events…nothing is off-limits to you.

You have full creative control over your ambitions & efforts.


Download the Goal Setting Workbook HERE and begin transforming the year into something remarkable.

Ready to see some massive growth in your creative business? Join me in Making Art Work on March 3rd! Your creative work is about to grow into something even more beautiful. 


xo, Emily Jeffords


iFanboy - Comic Books


Pick of the Week #812 - King Conan #2

Josh is keeping a seat open for Conor but in the meantime Ryan Haupt is here to talk about this week's comics, and by Crom do they talk about them!
Running Time: 01:13:37
Pick of the Week:
00:02:58 - King Conan #2
00:13:31 - Daredevil: Woman Without Fear #1
00:18:47 - Rain #1
00:25:23 - Robin & Batman #3
00:36:09 - Justice League vs. The Legion of Superheroes #1
00:38:31 - Fantastic Found #684
00:41:42 - The Thing #3
Star Wars Corner:
00:44:47 - Star Wars #20
Patron Pick:
00:50:12 - Savage Avengers #28
Patron Thanks:
00:57:16 - Divi Vilanui
00:58:25 - Trevor Williams
Listener Mail:
01:00:10 - Blake C. from Chicago wants to know if we've ever had to stop consuming certain media to preserve our mental health after getting not being able to handle Seveneves at the start of the pandemic.
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This is the Business We've Chosen


Welcome to This is the Business we've chosen. A podcast about Art and business. 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. In this podcast I interview successful artists, gallerists, collectors, and talk real numbers. Talk about their business, growth hacks, tools and tricks, and how they became successful. Hopefully teaching us a trick or two.

The Thriving Christian Artist

Matt Tommey: Artist, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur and Artist Mentor

The official podcast of internationally recognized artist, speaker, author and mentor Matt Tommey. The Thriving Christian Artist Podcast is for artists who want to bust through roadblocks that have held them back for years, create the art they love and live the life the they know God created them to live as an artist in His Kingdom.

Creative Genius

Kate Shepherd, Kate Shepherd The Creative Genius Podcast

A podcast about finding & embracing true creativity through the magic of listening to your own heart. Throughout my lifetime as an artist, I have heard thousands of people quietly whisper things like, "I wish I could be creative, but I am just no good at that stuff". The truth is that creativity is available to everyone. This is a podcast about finding wild, true & authentic creativity through the magic of listening to your heart. It is intended to inspire and ignite the collective realization that every single person has the right and maybe even the responsibility to access the amazing current of creativity that runs through each and every one of us. I speak with some of the most brilliant, creative minds & hearts of our time, digging into what inspires them, finding out how they deal with creative blocks and how they have gotten out of their own way to allow creativity to move through them, and are now experiencing creative success beyond their wildest imaginations. I invite you to join me on this journey. Together, we'll discover that not only is creativity available to every single one of us, but that when we let it lead the way, we finally find our way. This just might be the invitation of your life!

The Quilter on Fire Podcast


Quilting is the best hobby on earth! It includes everything from quilts and fibre art to wearables and bags. It brings you immense joy and it's a great stress reliever, but it does come with its own set of challenges. Join Brandy Maslowski, a.k.a the Quilter on Fire, as she tackles the latest quilting topics and interviews guests from all over the world. If you want to hear the latest quilting tips and tricks, listen to the experts and become a better quilter, then this show's for you.

A Frame of Mind

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

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.

3 Point Perspective: The Illustration Podcast

How Do I Find Time To Do The Art?

WILL'S KICKSTARTERAm I stealing images? How should I approach an agent? And what if I’m too tired to make art? Jake Parker, Lee White, and Will Terry answer these questions in this week’s episode.Sign up for SVSLearn's 30 Day Trial: Point Perspective Podcast is sponsored by, the place where becoming a great illustrator starts!Click here for this episode's links and shownotes.

Marvel's Pull List

Marvel & SiriusXM

Each week, Ryan "Agent M" Penagos and Tucker Markus give you exclusive previews of all the new Marvel comics that will be waiting for you in stores, along with a special guest to spotlight their favorite comic book moments in the Marvel Universe! Follow Marvel’s Pull List to hear the newest episodes when they go live and subscribe to Marvel Podcasts Unlimited for early access to new Marvel shows, ad-free on Apple Podcasts or listen in the SiriusXM app!

Robservations with Rob Liefeld

Robservations with Rob Liefeld

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Candid Frame: Conversations on Photography

Ibarionex R. Perello

TCF Ep. n577 - Cig Harvey

Cig Harvey (b.1973) is a British-born artist and writer, who lives in Maine, USA, working in large-format color photography and poetry, whose practice seeks to find the magic in everyday life. She uses both images and language to explore sensory experiences and elevate the everyday. Rich in an implied narrative, deeply rooted in the natural world, her work is devoted to the topic of what it is to feel. Cig has published four sold-out books: You Look at Me Like an Emergency (Schilt Publishing, 2012); Gardening at Night (Schilt Publishing, 2015); You an Orchestra You a Bomb (Schilt Publishing, 2017); Reveal (with Andrea Modica & Debbie Fleming Caffrey; Yoffy Press, 2020); and Blue Violet (Monacelli / Phaidon, 2021).   Websites Cig Harvey Debbie Fleming Caffrey Madeleine Morlet Sponsors Charcoal Book Club Curious Society Education Resources: Momenta Photographic Workshops Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your

Beyond the Studio - A Podcast for Artists

Amanda Adams and Nicole Mueller: Artists and Creative Entrepreneurs

Marcus Maddox talks Materializing Your Inner Vision, Staying Curious, and Supporting a Creative Practice

Hear more from Marcus on getting his start photographing musicians in Nashville, normalizing day jobs on the road to becoming a full-time freelance photographer, chronicling different chapters of youth with moves to Philadelphia and New York, how he remains curious, and focused on materializing his inner vision. Listener Spotlight   @beyondthestudio Intro and Ad Music by: Suahn   Branding by: David Colson

Thriving Women Artists

Thriving Women Artists

Giving and Receiving Feedback

Feedback is the topic of conversation this week on Thriving Women Artists. We all want to know people’s honest opinions and what we can potentially work on improving. Join Ping, Sarah and Dorien as they discuss why feedback is important, how to give it, when to give it, and a little bit of their own experiences.



Feedback can be educated or uneducated, it can be a reaction or it can be thought out. It can cover the whole spectrum of critical to positive. Don’t just think about what they are saying, look at who is saying it and why.

You can also get feedback on the process around your work. If you’re working with clients they may give this, or in some cases give no feedback at all, it happens.

Always remember to ask yourself what is the purpose for you wanting feedback and who are you getting feedback from. Are they the right person who can help you know what

The Creative Endeavour

Andrew Tischler

This podcast is dedicated to creative professionals wanting to maximise their success with their art career, by bringing you stories from practicing professional Artists from around the world.

The Landscape Photography Podcast

Nick Page

LensWork - Photography and the Creative Process

Brooks Jensen

HT1060 - More Images vs More Art

HT1060 - More Images vs More Art
Being out in the world photographing is a lot of fun, but that doesn't always translate to making more art. One of the implications of the gathering assets strategy is that the art making takes place back home, in the studio, in the quiet time we spend developing ideas and processing images into a completed piece of art. If that's what counts, what is the correct ratio between photographing and art-making when it comes to allocating our precious creative time?

Amazing Spider-Talk: A Spider-Man Podcast

Dan Gvozden, Mark Ginocchio: spider-man, comics, marvel, spiderman, comic books

Spider-Man: No Way Home – NO SPOILERS Discussion

I was lucky enough to see Spider-Man: No Way Home before even the premiere in Hollywood, thanks to an invite from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. I’ve had a ton of complicated feelings about the film and so when my friend and fellow critic David Chen called me up to talk about them we got […]
The post Spider-Man: No Way Home – NO SPOILERS Discussion appeared first on Amazing Spider-Talk.

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Paul Blais

Rocks | Simon Manoha | Episode 798

Simon Manoha works on all his pieces and carves them by hand with no use of wheel. Simon works with clays that he collects from nature. Simon's glazes are minerals collected and crushed by his hands. Simon fires in a woodkiln for 7 days. All Simon's pieces are food safe and water tight.

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler: A pottery and ceramic art podcast

Ben Carter

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler Podcast features weekly interviews with ceramic artists from around the world. Host Ben Carter talks with potters, sculptors, and designers about their creative practice.

Master Photography

Master Photography Team

Making Good Headshots With Levi Sim

Everyone needs headshots. It used to only be those at high positions in bigger companies were the only people who needed professional headshots, but thanks to social media it is something everyone needs. Here is how a photographer can get started into meeting some of that demand. Headshots Are About People The first thing you have to do is work ...
The post Making Good Headshots With Levi Sim appeared first on Master Photography Podcast.

Art Marketing Podcast

Art Storefronts

#40 If you launched your art biz today

Where to go from here? Have a question of your own? Join us for an Art Business Workshop. 3x Weekly Zoom calls where you can join other artists and photographers as we discuss the business of selling art both online and off. Come with your questions and get some free consulting. You can register here.

Para Mentes Inquietas - Podcast En Español

Para Mentes Inquietas

Si alguna vez has sentido que ni tú mism@ puedes con tu propia mente, tienes inquietudes sobre lo que sucede y cuestionas todo acerca del mundo general, ¡Este Podcast es para ti! Conoce nuestros distintos puntos de vista en cuanto a temas que seguro han pasado por tu imaginación... este es un espacio para sentirnos libres e identificados porque recuerda, no estás solo y esto es ¡Para Mentes Inquietas! Únete a esta bonita e inquietada comunidad que formaron Liliana Gallardo y Karina Valls para personas como tú. Instagram @paramentesinquietas

So you want to be a photographer: Transform your skills and build a profitable photography business

Gina Milicia

PHOTO 373: How Luci Valentine learned off-camera flash in one week

Ok, we get it. You love shooting with daylight. And either you think that learning to use flash is hard or you think it’s not the look you’re after. The reality is that mastering flash will not only improve your photography by leaps and bounds, it gives you much greater flexibility, enables you to shoot in the most challenging situations and provides you an edge in the way you create your images. San Francisco-based photographer Luci Valentine used to be in the same boat. But she’s now embraced flash photography - and she did it in a week. She discusses: her past life as a publicist for bands like  Snoop dog, Nine-inch nails, Dr Dre and No Doubt, how she overcame her reluctance to shoot with flash, the benefits of embracing the selfie, the garage lighting project, shooting high volume headshots of female leaders, attracting new clients vs chasing new clients, the positive benefits of giving, the amazing succe

For Flux Sake

Kathy King Rose Katz Matt Katz

What should I do with this mystery material?

Have you ever found a bucket of material and not known what it is? On today’s episode of For Flux Sake our hosts talk about how you might test that mystery material so that you can put it to good use. They also answer a listener question about adding colorants to commercial glazes. For supplemental info, visit the blog at    Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: For the past 100 years, AMACO Brent has been creating ceramic supplies for our community ranging from underglazes to electric kilns, and they have no plans of slowing down.   The Rosenfield Collection of Functional Ceramic Art is an online source for research and inspiration, featuring images of thousands of objects made by over 800 artists. The images are high quality and can be used with no permission required, making them a great resource for students and teachers. www.Rosenfieldcollection.c

Street Photography Magazine

Street Photography Magazine

Catching up with Ave Pildas

On this week’s episode, we’re catching up with Ave Pildas. Ave was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and worked early in his career as a photo stringer for Downbeat Magazine in the Ohio Valley and Pennsylvania. That was in the 1960’s but that just the beginning of Ave’s journey. Ave and Bob talked about […]

PetaPixel Photography Podcast

Mike "Sharky" James

Ep. 360: This Ruling May Affect You - and more

Episode 360 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 -  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Wildlife photographer, Vince Maidens   In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Show Opener:Wildlife photographer, Vince Maidens. Thanks Vince! Sponsors: - Get $15 off your first order over $150 at with code PetaPixel15 - Fujifilm's 52 weeks of FREE education.  Build Your Legacy with Fujifilm - Get $300 OFF Master 150mm Filter Holder Kit w/95mm lens mounting ring at Get 20% off at with offer code PetaPixel20 - More at Stories: How a court's ruling might affect you. (#) GNARBOX may (or may not) be a thing anymore. (#) Irix launches a set of VNDs. (#) Doing this in the U

Down To Art

Kristy Gordon

Conversations about the creative process, painting techniques and the professional practice of art.

Team Flower

Team Flower

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Art History for All

Allyson Healey

Episode 28: No Foolin’

In this episode we delve into the portrait of Don Juan de Calabazas in the Cleveland Museum of Art! Allyson talks jesters, fools, disability history,…

Knitmoregirls's Podcast

The Knitmore Girls- Jasmin and Gigi

Gigi and Jasmin co-host a knitting podcast featuring regular segments such as "On the needles", "Mother Knows Best", and "When Knitting Attacks!"

Hello Storyteller Podcast

hello storyteller

74. Academically Minded

Hey Friends!
As we roll into Fall and Winter, we want to take a moment and let you know some of the great offerings from the Hello Storyteller Academy that you can get right now to help with all your seasonal needs.  Things like getting that perfect food picture, photo flashes, and manual vs auto and several more.  Here's a list of the courses mention in this episode.

The Holiday Collab 2021 (
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The Laura Horn Art Podcast

Laura Horn

146. Making Art Fun Again + Podcast Changes

I’ve been quiet on social media lately but I have been working on something really important - making art fun again! The studio has had a makeover, new art supplies have been ordered and ALL my sketchbooks are out!! Plus, Richie and I have been having some BIG ol' chats about the future direction of the podcast and art biz in general.
With a new year coming, it’s time for a change. In this week’s episode, we look back on the last year and talk about the changes we are making to bring more creativity and fun into our lives as we head into 2022. This includes a change in the way that we approach the podcast.
As it’s the last episode of the year, we also want to thank you for your support and wish you a happy festive season!
Laura & Richie
Find the show notes for this episode with all the links at
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The Simpsons Show

The Simpsons Show

402 – The Simpsons Movie (Part Two)

Tonight, Matt and Robbie discuss The Simpsons Movie in their second of three episodes focusing on the movie. They talk about the brilliant performance of Julie Kavner, Homer as a human, and horrific stereotypes. Subscribe to Robbie’s YouTube Channel! Listener Question of the Week: What is the most heartwarming Homer/Marge moment?
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The Modern Maker Podcast

Michael Montgomery

The Modern Maker Podcast is a weekly podcast about making things by hand. From wood, to concrete, to leather, our hosts Ben Uyeda, Chris Salomone, and Mike Montgomery chat about what it's like to be a "Maker" in it's current state.


Scott Wittenburg

Episode 85: How to Create Photo Puzzles!

In this lesson, learn how to create a photo puzzle from any photo. 

Analog Talk

Analog Talk

145. Mat Marrash

This weeks guest is Mat Marrash!You might know Mat from the Film Photography Podcast or his Large Format Friday's YouTube videos! We get Mat's back story on how he got into this whole thing along with how he got his spot on the FPP!This is a great episode and Mat is loaded with knowledge about this whole film photography thing!We can't thank you enough got coming on our show and sharing your story!Make sure to check out Mats work below! support the show by joining our Patreon!!!Get early access to our episodes every Monday 2 Days early!!! don't forget to follow us on Instagram so much guys and we will see you next week!Support this podcast at — Inquiries: htt

The Shared Shutter

Sarah Krieg

Alex Eischeid

 Joining us on the podcast this week on her 30th birthday is the very talented self-portrait photographer Alex Eischeid. She chats with Sarah about her approach to self-portraits and why you should just go for it, tips on how not to set your hair on fire and the must have emergency item to keep in your camera bag. For more Alex, check out her website and her self-paced course in Click Photo School called My Own Muse: A Guide to Creative Self Portraiture.Sarah's new course, The Filmmaking Workshop just wrapped its first run. The next run of the course will be in March. In the 4 week, hands-on workshop, Sarah Krieg walks you through all the fundamentals of filmmaking. From frame rates to layering audio, shot lists, editing in Premiere Pro, and more, it’s more than just the regular “how-to” info. It’s an immersive class that puts you in the director’s seat. You’ll leave this course with a film of your very own and the confidence to continue creating these mov

Comic Geek Speak Podcast - The Best Comic Book Podcast

Speakers of Geek

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Masters of Color

06: Toby Tomkins

Welcome to Masters of Color, brought to you by and
Cullen Kelly is your host, and in this episode he talks with Toby Tomkins about the art and craft of color grading.
This episode is sponsored by, an industry standard and affordable streaming solution for editors and colorists.

Picture This: Photography Podcast

Chelsea & Tony Northrup

Surviving YouTube:

Tony and Chelsea talk about how they accidentally became YouTubers, the mistakes they made along the way, the things they did that actually worked, and how you can learn from their experience.

The Open Call Podcast

Laura Tanner and Anne Stagg

In The Open Call Podcast Laura Tanner and Anne Stagg engage in conversations with contemporary artists. We learn about their studio practice, major themes in their artwork, inspirations, and background. Our podcast seeks to amplify the voices of artists along with the important work they are doing. The Open Call offers an alternative platform for artists to share their work and gives listeners an inside peek into the creative practice.

Cloth Cultures with Amber Butchart

Amber Butchart

Through 4 fabrics - silk, linen, wool, cotton - fashion historian Amber Butchart explores threads of imperialism, telling a myriad of stories of movement, migration and making through cloth. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Art History Happy Hour

Art History Happy Hour

Van Gogh Light Shows: A Roundtable

If you live in or have visited a major city over the past year, chances are you've come across some version of the various new "immersive" "Van Gogh" "experiences." Staged by for-profit companies and marketed heavily on Facebook, these "environments" promise to bring audiences closer to the beloved paintings of Vincent Van Gogh through the magic of digital enlargement, animation, and projection. 

In this episode, Sarah and Tina are joined by Swagato Chakravorty, a fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art whose doctoral work in art history and film and media studies focused on the history of screens. Together, they attempt to get to the bottom of just what makes these experiences so appealing to audiences, and how we might think about them as aspects of visual culture related to ideas in art history, instead of just dismissing them as unsatisfying reproductions outright.


Stan Prokopenko, Marshall Vandruff and Studio71

Solving Creative Blocks

Stan and Marshall are here to address the many creative blocks posed in the last episode of Draftsmen, and provide long-awaited solutions. The two discuss ways to get over creative blocks, be they cultural, emotional, or otherwise. Learn how to recognize and grow past your limits and continue on your creative journey.

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Sandman -
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Start with Why by Simon Sinek -
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About Buildings + Cities

Luke Jones & George Gingell Discuss Architecture, History and Culture

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Renaissance: A History of Renaissance Art.

Denis Byrd

Episode 29 – Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel: Nightmares of the Renaissance

In this episode, we will explore the nightmarish worlds of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel. Bosch’s visions of Hell would influence countless generations of artists. Bruegel would pick up the themes of Bosch’s almost a half century later creating his … Continue reading →

The Illustration Department Podcast

Giuseppe Castellano

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Nature Photography Podcast

Terry VanderHeiden, Photographer

This podcast is about learning wildlife photography and landscape photography from a professional photographer.

Full Time Photographer with Josh Rossi

Get into the minds of pro photographers and discover how to make a living with photography

Make photography your full time job, travel and live life to its fullest. The only podcast that reveals insider information into the mind of photographers and their clients. Make more money, get bigger clients and learn to avoid the mistakes other have made. Fast track your success by learning from the best in the photography industry.

The Artist Business Plan

Superfine Art Fair

Puppy Pics with Emily Weeks

In this episode of the Artist Business Plan we sit down with artist Emily Weeks for a masterclass on professionalism. Be consistent, stick to your niche and people will come to you when they are ready. Cuddle up with your puppy and listen in to this lovely episode.
Guest: Emily Weeks had always been obsessed with drawing animals when she noticed her flare for fine art. Since starting her business in 2016, she has grown a client base of animal and art lovers.  She believes capturing the characters of your pets in a portrait is an amazing, personal and memorable gift for any occasion. She lives in a small village in Hampshire in the south of England with a rescued, adorable dog, Riley of her own. (
For more information on applying to Superfine Art Fair as well as recordings of this and all of our past podcasts, just visit (www.superfine.worl

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Talking with Painters

Maria Stoljar

Ep 121: Summer Series – Joshua Yeldham

In podcast episode 101 I spoke with leading Australian artist Joshua Yeldham in the lead-up to his sell-out show ‘Providence’ at Arthouse Gallery in Sydney. I remember being fascinated by his approach to painting and his views on the creative process.

We also recorded a separate video and this episode is the first of my 2022 Summer Series which is a collection of extended audio recordings from videos I've taken of my podcast guests.

Joshua's works are extraordinary. His paintings often involve an element of carving into the wooden surface of the work and in some cases he inserts pieces of cane which add a further dimension to the work. But it's the physical method of doing that work which enhances his creative process and you'll hear him explain this and many other aspects of his practice in this episode.

If you're in Sydney you can see several stunning Yeldham works

The Hunting Photographer


The official podcast of The Hunting Photographer Online Course and Mentorship. From the business, to the industry, to the stories and experiences that we have along the way. This is The Hunting Photographer. Hosted by Zack Boughton and Steven Drake.

Waldy and Bendy's Adventures in Art

Sunday Times / ZCZ Films

I’m Waldemar Januszczak, art critic of the Sunday Times - Waldy to my friends! - and with my co-host Bendor ‘Bendy’ Grosvenor, the celebrated art historian and TV giant, we’re going to be looking at interesting things that are happening in art.

Authentic Obsessions

Margret Petrie

The world is filled with prolific artists who have an obsessive hunger to create. Join me for conversations with artists embracing the joy and uncertainty that fuels their work. Listen in as we delve into creative obsessions, supportive communities, getting stuck, studio spaces, and setting boundaries. Acknowledge the mess and keep going!

Smart Art Business

Rachel Wilkins

Smart Art Business is a podcast by Rachel Wilkins to help visual artists and creative entrepreneurs grow and sustain a successful art business. Featuring tangible advice and inspiring interviews with artists and industry experts, you will learn how to brand, market, and sell your art, the smart way.

Film Photography Podcast

Michael Raso

Film Photography Podcast 282

Film Photography Podcast
Episode 282 - January 15, 2022
Brand new 35mm and Movie Film! In this episode Michael Raso and John Fedele discuss the new New Classic EZ400 35mm BW film, FPP Blue Ultra 35mm Color Film, FPP 16mm BW 3 and Mark O'Brien drops in to discuss the Boutique film phenomena. 
FPP On-Line Store:

Paintbrush & Ivories

Michelle Walker & Jennifer Ruth Russell

Paintbrush & Ivories is the podcast for artists, curious creatives and art lovers that connects creativity with heart and soul. Twice a month, your hosts, Michelle Walker and Jennifer Ruth Russell share generous, soulful conversations about what it takes to have a joyful, fulfilling life while balancing and nurturing your creativity. If you are someone who feels 'called' to your creative pursuits, then this is the podcast for you. Michelle and Jennifer wish to inspire you to be every bit the artist you're meant to be. Michelle Walker is a visual artist and creativity and business coach who lives on a farm on the east coast of Australia and works out of the old dairy's milking bales which have been converted into her studio. Jennifer Ruth Russell is a award-winning singer song writer and spiritual teacher based in California, USA. They bring you perspectives from across the creative pursuits and the Pacific Ocean! Michelle Walker – and Jennifer Ruth Russell – and

A Piece of Work

WNYC Studios

The Writing on the Wall

There are new paintings and drawings by Sol LeWitt being made all the time -- even though the artist died in 2007. That’s possible because LeWitt’s wrote instructions for creating his works  art, for other people to make. Abbi and writer Samantha Irby consider a piece by Glenn Ligon that takes a line by Zora Neale Hurston and repeats it over and over -- transforming the text into something new. Plus, Martine Syms tells Abbi why she puts giant letters right on the gallery walls.
Also featuring: Mark Joshua Epstein
Special thanks to Tracie Hunte and Brianne Doak.

Sol LeWitt. Wall Drawing #1144, Broken Bands of Color in Four Directions. 2004. Synthetic polymer paint on wall, 8' x 37' (243.8 x 1127.8 cm)
(The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Given anonymously. © 2017 Sol LeWitt/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York)


Glenn Ligon. Untitled (How it feels to be colored me...Dou

The Mud Peddlers: Ceramic Art Behind the Scenes

Lindsey M Dillon and Donte Earth Nation

Two nerdy ceramic artists share the behind-the-scenes of their worlds of clay.

Leica Street Photography Collective

Ricardo Huerta

A street photography podcast for Leica Users, by Leica Users. Support this podcast:

Artful Painter

Carl Olson

Art lessons and conversations by artists for artists, collectors, and people who enjoy art.

Creativity School

Grace Chon

Lesson 44 - The Right Time to Quit with Grace Chon

How do you know when you should keep going in pursuit of your wildest dreams, or throw in the towel and walk away? This is one of my most personal episodes yet, and I share with you the 3 questions I ask myself when I reach obstacles or a crossroads and have to decide which path to choose. I talk about some of the hardest, darkest parts of my 11 year career, things I’ve never talked about publicly before. These are the times I was so sure I had to stop chasing my dreams of being a pet photographer and choose a more stable path. How did I know I had to keep going? I also talk about how to know it’s actually the right time to quit by sharing about the rise and fall of my defunct kimchi business, and why it’s ok - no, essential - TO QUIT when you have to! This is the season finale, folks! See you back here in February 2020. In the meantime, keep in touch with me on Instagram, in the Facebook Group, and keep your brains and spir

Sony Alpha Photographers

Tony Gale

Photographer Karen Cohen | Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast

Tony Gale chats with California based photographer Karen Cohen. They talk about how Karen got started with photography, her suggestions on better bird photography, her go-to gear, and more. You can see Michelle's work at karenbilgaricohenphotographycom and on Alpha Universe Karen Cohen specializes in birds, dogs and horse photography

Battle Of The Atom: An X-Men Podcast

Zachary Jenkins & Adam Reck

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Photography for Beginners | Learn the Basics of Photography

Photography & Friends

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Conversation Art Podcast

Michael Shaw

Epis. 311: Sydney Croskery, part 2 of 2-

In part 2 of 2 with Los Angeles-based painter Sydney Croskery, she talks about: connecting with a gallerist -- who has come to represent her – on Instagram, synchronistically; the benefits and travails of her day job as a server, which can be very intense, and could make for a whole other episode; her “Failure CV,” which accompanies the traditional CV on her website, and how in addition to being self-deprecating, has also been empowering; and as a final grab bag topic, Sydney wonders why there are a number of artists who want their work to have no meaning whatsoever (if you know of an example of such work, please reach out and let me know; Sydney didn’t want to call anyone out).

FRAMES Photography Podcast

FRAMES Magazine

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Create. Photography.

Daniel Sigg

Simplicity (in photography)

#61. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, we will discuss simplicity in photography (composition, gear, settings). 

FujiLove - All Things Fujifilm. A Podcast for Fuji X and GFX Users.

Episode 100: Fujifilm Chat with Fred Ranger

Welcoming back Fred Ranger onto the show. Fred regularly interviews photographers on the Fuji Love YouTube channel. Fred recently released a new magazine available for all! Fred's Magazine: Fred's Web Site: Fred's IG: Host Marc Sadowski IG: Tw: YouTube:

Magic Hour

Jordan Weitzman

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Art Law Podcast

Steven Schindler & Katie Wilson-Milne

Skepticism and Optimism Around Art NFTs - Revisited

In a re-release of last June's episode, Katie and Steve speak (again) with digital art and NFT enthusiast Jason Bailey about the sudden rise of NFTs in the art world, what they really are, why they have value, and who is interested in them and why.

Masterpiece Makers

Alisha Gratehouse

25 . Vincent van Gogh

Comic Lab

Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett

The podcast about making comics — and making a living from comics! It's half shop-talk, half how-to, and half friendship. WE SQUEEZED IN THREE HALVES. It's tips and tricks and all the joys of cartooning as a pro. So pull up your drawing chair, put on some headphones, and join us while you draw! And if you like what you hear, join our community at (For sponsorship inquiries:

ART'S COOL with Ken Goshen

Ken Goshen

Ken talks to fellow artists about their inspirations, their interests, and their techniques, as well as larger topics like the current state of art and culture, and the role artists play as members of a wider community.

Art World: Whitehot Magazine with Noah Becker

Noah Becker

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Make More Art


EP 81 :: Cathrin Gressieker & the Symphony of Yoga and Art

This week we’re talking with our friend, Cathrin Gressieker. Her day job is as a pattern designer; yes, it’s a real thing. She’s also a yoga teacher, which explains how she bent the world around her to a sweet spot, perfectly combining her passions. You won’t believe the choices she’s made, the detours she faced, or the lightbulb moments she’s had.  Tweet Us! @etchr_lab Watch this full episode in video form on our Youtube Channel Ready to make more art? Check out Cathrin's workshop! Browse our art supplies at

History of Modern Art with Klaire

Klaire Lockheart

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Golden Hour with Dave Maze

PolarPro, Dave Maze

2021 Year in Review with Jeven Dovey

With over 750,000 subscribers, Jeven Dovey has learned and changed a lot in a year. We talk about his YouTube strategy, the amazing gear that came out in 2021, as well as what we will expect going into 2022!Watch this interview: with JevenTwitter: with Dave MazeTwitter:


Episode 101: 东亚美术史研究的先驱——大村西崖

( 本期节目是会员专享,在播客中仅提供前10分钟试听。)




11 O'Clock Comics Podcast

11 O'Clock Comics

VinceB, David Price, and Jason Wood talk comic books and stuff.

Self Taught Artist

Lauren Kristine Art

What do Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and I have in common? We're all self taught artists. I stumbled around in the dark as I started my artistic journey... I didn't know what paints to buy, how to varnish my work, or the differences between painting mediums. The mission of the Self Taught Artist podcast is to help artists (and aspiring artists) learn and fully discover the joy of making art. We will cover everything from the basics of painting, to how to sell your work, and beyond.



Love Yourself | Jahseh Onfroy‘s (aka XXXTENTACION) SPEECH #2

Start to love yourself and work on your awareness, conscious

American Art Collective

International Artist Publishing

Ep. 57 - Bryce Pettit

Colorado wildlife sculptor Bryce Pettit joins us on the show as we record from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, one of the key destinations for wildlife art in all of North America. Bryce discusses his path to becoming an artist, his interests and inspirations, and also the work he's doing now. The episode is sponsored by Western Art Collector. Subscribe to the American Art Collective to get new episodes each week. 

Your Art Matters

Michelle Lloyd

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!

Recording Artists


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Vision Slightly Blurred


Photography has evolved into something more than an aggregation of pixels. Photographer/Photo Editor Sarah Jacobs and PhotoShelter co-founder Allen Murabayashi discuss photography and its intersection with culture and technology in this weekly podcast. From facial recognition to the photographers capturing Beyoncé, Vision Slightly Blurred will help you see photography through a new lens.

The Red Door Podcast

The Red Door Podcast

The Red Door Podcast is a platform created by co-hosts P The Voice and Robyn G, AKA, RAG to amplify black stories and narratives, discuss art and black culture, celebrate creativity and individuality, share spoken word, and have fun as we serve up our own shenanigans. We will feature special guests and topics of conversation designed to provoke deep thought and meaningful emotion. We like to have fun and keep it respectful, but we will be sharing our opinions and experiences in their truest form. So come on in, relax and stay a while. You are welcome here.

The Artist Next Level with Sergio Gomez

Sergio Gomez

Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at

Art Bound

Artists Network

Episode 14: Taking the Leap to Full-Time Artist

In this episode of Artists Network’s Art Bound podcast, host and K Contemporary gallery owner Doug Kacena sits down with artists James Holmes and Michael Dowling to discuss their paths to successfully pursuing art full-time. Listen as they share why they strove to make art their full-time gigs, when they knew it was time to take the leap, how they overcame the obstacles on their path, and more.
Check the work of James Holmes at and on Instagram at @jamesholmesstudio.
Find out more about Michael Dowling on his Facebook page and on Instagram at @michaeldowlingstudio.
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The Capital of Craft

Sarah James

The Capital of Craft Podcast | Laura Thomas

Welcome to Season 2 of The Capital of Craft Craft Festival Director, Sarah James talks to award winning weaver, educator and curator Laura Thomas about her life in making.  Laura Thomas is an established woven textile artist, designer and maker specialising in producing unconventional textiles for contemporary spaces. Based in South Wales, her work can be found in important public collections including the V&A.  Laura will be demonstrating weving at Craft Festival Bovey Tracey, June 17-19, 2022.  @craftfestival  @laurathomastextiles

Latitude Photography Podcast

Brent Bergherm

Tune in for topics that will help you learn, grow and be inspired to create new photographs. The show features conversations with top-level photographers, new-comers, and everything in between. We can gain new insights from all levels of photographers. Also, I occasionally bring on industry leaders to share about their product or service if it's valuable to the outdoor photographer. And sometimes I simply tell my stories from the road as well.

The Create! Podcast

by Ekaterina Popova

Create! is a podcast for the artist who believes that our entire life is a canvas, and we have the power to create anything we desire. Uplifting conversations about art, creative business, and more. Hosted by Ekaterina Popova, artist, coach, and founder of Create! Magazine. Guest hosted by Alicia Puig, CEO of PxP Contemporary.

The Storytelling Lab

Rain Bennett

The Storytelling Lab covers everything you need to know to tell a story in the most authentic, effective way. The Storytelling Lab is hosted by Rain Bennett, professional filmmaker and competitive storyteller, and is a Six Second Stories production. See for privacy and opt-out information.



Larry's List's Jamie Bennett and NAMAC's Jan Serwart on their Instagram Artist Report

In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Jamie Bennett, head of social media and partnerships at Larry's List, an art market knowledge company, and Jan Serwart, founder of NAMAC, a quantitative art market research company, join us to discuss their Art Collector Instagram Attention Report. First, Jamie and Jan tell us why all of the interactions on Instagram between users is important information that can be extracted to provide insights on what is going on in the art market. Then, they explain how exactly they assessed how much attention artists were receiving on Instagram. After, Jamie and Jan reveal who were the top attention receiving artists in their report. Also, they shared some key differences in attention artists received by geography.

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Scott Johnson

The Instance 663: Can Blizzard 'Survive'?

Sneaky headline there, but today it's all about Blizzard's announced un-named new survival game for PC's and consoles. Scott Joce and Garrett wrap our heads around things so you don't have to figure it all out on your own. :)

The Thriving Artist

The Clark Hulings Fund

Clark Hulings—Archetype of the Independent Artist

James D. Balestrieri is the Clark Hulings Fund’s Writer-in-Residence. He is currently working on a new book on Hulings, Clark Hulings: Quantum Realist. Jim is the proprietor of Balestrieri Fine Arts, a consulting firm that specializes in catalogue research and arts writing, estate and collections management, and marketing and communications for museums and auctions. Jim has a BA from Columbia University, an MA in English from Marquette University, an MFA in Playwriting from Carnegie-Mellon, and was a Screenwriting Fellow at the American Film Institute. He served as Director of J.N. Bartfield Galleries in New York for 20 years and has published over 150 feature essays and reviews in a wide variety of national arts publications.
In this episode, Jim gives us an in-depth look at the themes of the upcoming Hulings book, and discusses how Clark Hulings’ career strategy applies to working artists today. Inspired by Hulings’ su

My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast

My Modern Met

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Tulsa World Scene

Tulsa World Scene

Tulsa World’s Scene writers talk about all things arts and entertainment locally in and around Tulsa and Oklahoma.  


Roberta Villarreal

3.6 Lo que aprendí del mundo del arte en el 2021

Estas fueron mis reflexiones del último año. Gracias por haberme acompañado!

Funny, They Don't Look Jewish!

Henry Bernstein, Brandon Bernstein

“Where Judaism appears in the panels.” Our purpose is to find characters, stories and issues of comics that explore explicitly Jewish content. This includes, stories that contain quotes from Jewish texts/liturgy, characters that embrace openly their heritage. Characters using Hebrew, praying in a synagogue, celebrating Jewish holidays, and living a Jewish experience.

Pep Talks for Artists

Amy Talluto

Ep 11: Interview w/ Artist, Jennifer Coates

It was a complete honor to interview painter, Jennifer Coates, during the run of her solo exhibition in NYC at High Noon Gallery titled 'Lesser Gods of Lakewood, PA" that featured both large and small stunning acrylic and spray paint magical landscapes, populated by Bacchanals and classical female figures. We discussed 4 paintings in depth: "Three Dryads," "Fire Watcher," "Dryads and Pollinators (Moths)" and "Dryads and Pollinators (Birds)" all 2021, and also learned about Jennifer's advice to "Be the Hero" in the studio when you feel stuck or demoralized, and about channeling Kirsten Dunst in "Melancholia" 2011 when you want to be brave in your work. Also, we spoke about the interesting parallels of being an artist and a musician, as Jennifer is an accomplished fiddle/violin player.

High Noon Gallery:

Professional Weaver Podcast

Professional Weaver Society

Through our interviews and discussions with weavers, manufacturers, show promoters, and patrons of the fiber arts we hope to build depth, transparency, and connection within the weaving community. We will also be taking your weaving questions to ask the experts.

NFP with DKleine


The Non-Fungible Podcast — NFP with DKleine — examines the NFT market with a focus on the growing art movement. The show presents conversations with artists, collectors, and innovators in the industry. DKleine began exploring blockchain technology in 2016. He eventually joined the team at Cointelegraph as a freelance writer. Through interactions in his writing career, DKleine encountered figures who introduced him to cryptoart. He soon began his exploration of this new world as an artist. You can find pretty much everything that DKleine is doing at

No Cartridge Audio

Trevor Strunk

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

MudTalk Podcast - Pottery, Ceramics, Business

Brandon Schwartz

Cheers Cast

Ryan Daly

The Podcast Where Everybody Knows Your Name. Celebrating every episode of the television series CHEERS!

Horror Movie Survival Guide

Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble

Horror Movie Survival Guide is a weekly podcast where two unlikely gorehounds and long time chums, one a hardcore horror fan with a notebook to prove it, and the other finally coming out of the creepy horror fandom closet - watch and talk about horror film from a survival point of view. We ask the question - how can *we* end up as the final girl? Join Julia Marchese and Teri Gamble as we take a deep dive into everything from OG horror to newly released films (but preferably classics on VHS). We'll talk about obscure details that no one else notices, spin off into alternate casting universes, crush on some foxy, dodgy fellows (and creepy uncles), and arm ourselves with the knowledge necessary to become The Final Girl.

The Art of Photography

Ted Forbes

DJI Osmo Action VS GoPro Hero7 Black

DJI recently released its "GoPro killer" - the DJI Osmo Action. I've been using this camera for about a week now - so how does it stack up to the GoPro Hero7 Black? Both do 4k video and 12 megapixel stills. Both have incredible image stabilization (with a slight edge to the Osmo). But what about timelapse, hyperlaps and the other features action cameras are now expected to have? We'll take a look in this video.

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Talking Out Your Glass podcast

Shawn Waggoner

Elbo: Redefining Pipes as Art

Indisputably one of the most renowned artists in the industry today, Elbo is co-owner of Everdream Studio in Evergreen, Colorado, where he works alongside a number of top industry artists. Having made a name for himself in the pipe world via his dinosaur motif and diverse portfolio of original design work, he says: “My work is an attempt to transcend the function of the pipe by giving my very self to the process. I am led through the open field of my medium by personal life experiences and my reaction to the relationships in my life.”  Beyond art creation, Elbo’s cutting-edge approach to business and marketing has made him one of the most popular and best-selling pipe artists, with an Instagram following of 240K. His business interests and ventures have included everything from Bitcoin to NFTs (non-fungible tokens). In association with Blunt Action, Elbo experimented with the potential for an augmented reality app, which would provide an immersi

Pencil Kings | Inspiring Artist Interviews with Today's Best Artists

Mitch Bowler

The Pencil Kings Podcast interviews today’s top artists to uncover the story behind their work. These interviews are created for you - the Aspiring Artist, the Hobbyist and the Professional Artist. If you are looking for inspiring and insightful interviews from artists all over the world, you’re in the right place to learn the behind the scenes stories of how these artists got started and how they turned their passion into creative art careers.

Concept to Canvas

Gabor Svagrik

I am a professional artist-teacher-blogger with over 25 years of first hand experience. This podcast is to help you in this great journey we call art. Visit my blog for free instructional videos. Follow me on: Instagram Facebook

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John Dalton

Ep 220 – Barefoot Catch Up

Patreon and Paypal link A friendly catch up with artist Kristy Gordon, David Hummer, from the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, and artist Iva Troy. Referenced in this Episode   My book Maya Noise Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art   Thanks for listening! Click here to support the podcast. Subscribe on iTunes Theme music […]

Annie Smith: Quilting Stash

Annie Smith

Show 238

A Visit With Cherry Guidry
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Serious Issues: A Comic Book Podcast with Andrew Levins

Sanspants Radio

Episode 12: The Best Comics and Manga of 2021 (with Chloe Cade and every special guest ever)

Our favourite comics and manga from 2021 REVEALED! Featuring special guest Chloe Cade from the Wine Mums podcast, plus appearances from Siobhan Coombs, Bryan O'Sullivan from the Let's Fight A Boss Podcast, Rebecca Hart, Jake Fortier and Sanspants' own Joel Zammit, Jackson Baly and Joel Duscher. Happy new year! Thanks for listening to me ramble in 2021.SUPPORT US ON PATREONSUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES / STITCHERDOWNLOAD MP3FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOKJOIN THE SERIOUS ISSUES FACEBOOK GROUPFOLLOW US ON TWITTER See for privacy and opt-out information.

Susan Nethercote Studio Insider Art Podcast

Susan Nethercote

95. Hello 2022!

It’s a fresh new year and new podcast season, so in today’s episode, Steph and I are talking about some of the big projects we have planned for 2022.
Neither of us is a big one for micro-managing our art businesses.  But each of us does have a couple of big projects coming up this year that we are excited to share.
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Crowdfunding your next project
Creating e-courses that feel very ‘in the flow’
Relocating to another country
Creating a brilliant art database

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Art and Obsolescence

Ben Fino-Radin

Conversations with artists, collectors, and professionals shaping the past, present, and future of art and technology.

Sunny 16 Presents

Sunny 16 Podcasts

From the Sunny 16 Podcast, this feed is a home for a diverse range of content relating, sometimes very tangentially, to analogue photography and the people who engage with it. Interviews, conversations, audio articles, on locations reports and who knows what else, brought to you by the hosts of Sunny 16, it's friends and it's brilliant listeners

The Print Cast

Nicholas Naughton

The Print Cast is a podcast about the expanding world of printmaking today. Host Nick Naughton talks with some of the best contemporary printmakers working today, including designers, illustrators, collaborative print artists, commercial printers, letterpress, foil stampers, and even book binders. Nick and his guests talk shop sharing anecdotes, business ideas, and technical tips with listeners everywhere. It's about the print shops, the artists, the process, and why we make all the prints that we make. Naughton is an artist who has devoted two decades to various roles as a printmaker, and he brings his depth of experience to his role as host. He's been a professor, non-profit shop manager, studio owner, and has practiced every technique from screen print and letterpress to relief, intaglio, installation and everything in between. The show drops a new episode every two weeks featuring some of the best minds working in multiples today.

No-Budget Filmmaking

Filmmaking Central

No-Budget Filmmaking is a podcast about the art of making films no matter how small the budget. Hosts Alex Darke & Trevor L. Nelson sit down and talk about the latest trends, coolest gadgets, and ultra top secret filmmaking techniques. Want more cool stuff from Alex and Trevor? Visit Filmmaking Central and Cinema Summit. Plus, join the Fearless Filmmakers community to meet other independent filmmakers like yourself and start the independent revolution!

The Andrew Price Podcast

Andrew Price

#21: Realtime 3D film-making with Sava Zivkovic

Conversation with filmmaker Sava Zivkovic about his short film 'Irradiation', the future of real-time CG film making & advise for aspiring CG directors.
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0:00 Sava Introduction
5:10 Getting started in film-making
14:16 The common pitfalls of CG animation
27:40 The state of Motion Capture
36:49 Technology democratizing art
41:40 The limitations of Unreal Engine
55:15 Advice for aspiring filmmakers
1:09:38 Is there money in short films?
1:18:03 Outro

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The Wise Fool


Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Behind the Shot

Steve Brazill

On each episode of Behind the Shot, Steve Brazill tries to get inside the mind of a great photographer by taking a closer look behind one of their shots. Photography is an art form, yet interviews rarely look at the creative side. What if you could flip that idea upside down? What if you could interview a photograph to better understand the photographer and the choices they made? On Behind the Shot we explore the process, from conception to completion, and all the challenges that happen in-between. Join us for an inspirational look Behind the Shot.


National Portrait Gallery

Yesterday's Disruptors... Today

Since it was founded over a long lunch in Boston in 1857, The Atlantic has featured presidents and poets, abolitionists and suffragists— men and women set on advancing The American Idea. This episode, Kim takes the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Jeffrey Goldberg, on an ‘Atlantic alumni’ tour, stopping in front of a bust of Martin Luther King Jr. and a life-size painting of Mark Twain.

Their conversation previews an upcoming collaboration between The Atlantic and the National Portrait Gallery that will look at the portraits of yesterday’s disruptors through the lens of today.

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Harriet Beecher Stowe

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Julia Ward Howe

Mark Twain

Martin Luther King Jr.

Wildlife Photo Chat

Ray Hennessy

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Art Engager

Claire Bown

The Art Engager podcast is here to help educators, guides and creatives engage their audiences with art, objects and ideas. Each week I’ll be sharing a variety of easy-to-learn flexible techniques and tools to help you create participant-centred experiences that bring art and ideas to life.

Museum Confidential

Philbrook Museum of Art

Live From Aspen: Why Warhol Persists

We haven’t done a live audience show in ages. So when the invitation came to travel to Aspen, Colorado for the opening of a new Andy Warhol show at the Aspen Art Museum, we jumped at the opportunity. ANDY WARHOL: LIFETIMES is a career-spanning show originated at the Tate Modern. The AAM invited Los Angeles-based artist Monica Majoli to re-conceptualize the presentation. It’s invigorating. This chat features Majoli, Assistant Curator Simone Krug, and the Museum’s Director, Nicola Lees.  

Paint & Clay

Gabor Svagrik

Join Tucson Art Academy Online for our podcast, which offers tips and techniques from artists who have walked this path before. Whether you're a first-time artist or an experienced one looking to freshen up your repertoire of skills, we can help!

Drawing Inspiration

Mike Hendley

70: Escaping Expectations with Vibrant Colors and Canvases of Dreams with Shima Star

Mike plays with colored pencils on black toned paper and revisits graphite with a wonderful photogenic gecko. Mike is then joined by Shima Star who is an amazing artist he met through Clubhouse. They talk about her journey from exploring creativity in secret to creating and then following her own path. Shima talks about her inspiration for her work and mediums. She also speaks to building a large community on Clubhouse and how to foster acceptance as well as empowering and celebrating women and people of color. Her homework will provide you with a vision.

Mushroom solo (Coloured pencil on Strathmore black 400 series)

Mushroom with webs (Coloured pencil on Strathmore black 400 series)

Gecko (Graphite on Strathmore Bristol Smooth)

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David Hockney Polaro

Hair of the Dog Podcast

Nicole Begley

Money Trigger SOS with Heather Lahtinen

123 - This week, Heather's in a prison of her own making, and I attempt to help with her jailbreak. The topic of discussion is a $35,000 Hermès purse, but the implications go far beyond that.  Join us for an emotion-packed episode on judgment, shame spirals, and why 2022 Heather is having a good laugh at 2018 Heather's expense. What To Listen For: Why I diagnose Heather with a "value conflict"...…and why she told me I'm completely insaneWhat prompted Heather to pace like a caged lion……and decide she'd rather be a robot than a humanAnd, a $100,000 challenge for you, dear listenerIn other news, have you made the move yet to our new Hair of the Dog community? The party's over on Circle now, and by all accounts it's a rager! (But not in the sense of, like, raging about a wildly overpriced handbag, à la Heather.) Resources From This Episode: Ask and It Is Given, by Esther and Jerry HicksFlourish Acade

Stitchery Stories

Susan Weeks

Stitchery Stories... Where textile artists share their life in fabric and thread. Embroidery. Textile Art. Inspiration, Techniques, Disasters and Delights. Join embroidery enthusiast and textile art dabbler, Susan Weeks, in her friendly weekly chats with UK textile artists. Discover how they got started. Share the lessons learned along the way. Get excited about what they are working on at the moment. Learn how they keep their business growing, their creativity flowing, and get a sneak peek into what is coming next...

Stories Unbound

Shawna JC Tenney for The Oatley Academy Of Visual Storytelling

Stories Unbound is your guide to the growing world of kidlit and children's book publishing. Presented by The Oatley Academy Of Visual Storytelling

Art and Labor

OK Fox & Lucia Love

Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.

Be Positive Shoot Negative

Joey Balli

A podcast all about film photography and having a conversation with some of your favorite artists! For inquiries email Insta @joey_balli Film Insta @joeysphoto24 Support this podcast:


Dustin Clark & Melissa Golden

The stories of Oklahoma leather workers, and local artisans.

The Left Brain Artist

Suzanne Redmond

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

bel's shifting subliminals

Bel Aurelio

these calming subliminals are from youtube, I'm always letting their link in the description of every podccast.

B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photo & Video

Join us each week for a conversation with insightful and entertaining guests. From gear and technique to history, science and art, we discuss the topics most important to the contemporary photographer.


T.H. Ponders

The enchanting beauty of the art museum. The secret stories only a personal guide knows. All in the palm of your hand. Welcome to Accession. You can find out more at

Jason Lanier Photography Unfiltered

Jason Lanier

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Candela: Photography & Cinematography Masters


Art after pandemic

With some areas of the world appearing to be turning the corner on Covid-19, we explore whether the pandemic has fundamentally changed art, the new creative impulses and business incentives it may have precipitated, and what kind of films and photographs we expect to see coming out of this bizarre period in human history.

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The Image Doctors Talk Photography

The Image Doctors Talk Photography

Photographers Jason Odell and Rick Walker sit down to discuss a variety of digital photography topics, including digital cameras, lenses, and photo processing software. Topics range from technical to philosophical, and include honest gear and software reviews based on our actual experience.

NFT Morning, Decouvrez tous les projets NFT et Crypto-art

Rem et John

#193 | Présentation de l'évènement NFT PARIS avec Sacha et Côme, co-organisateurs

Dans cette première room de la semaine, nous recevons Sacha et Côme, tous deux étudiants à HEC Entrepreneurs, qui sont à l'initiative de NFT PARIS, l'évènement NFT dont tout le monde parle en ce début d'année et qui aura lieu le samedi 22 janvier à Station F à Paris…Par contre pas besoin de chercher des places c’est sold out depuis plusieurs semaines, mais si vous écoutez bien cette room, vous pourrez connaître les évènements qui auront lieu en marge de l’évènement principal…Pour en savoir plus:Site officiel de NFT PARISCompte Twitter de NFT.PARISPAR ICI LE PROGRAMME: Subscribe at

Data Stories

Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner

165  |  Data Visualization Accessibility with Sarah Fossheim

165  |  Data Visualization Accessibility with Sarah Fossheim

Birgit O'Connor and The World of Watercolor Painting

Birgit O'Connor

Learn about the World of Watercolor Painting tips, techniques, interviews and student meetings.

Arts To Hearts Podcast

Charuka Arora

How to be a successful artist? How to get over creative blocks? Best tips for creativity ? Finding a arts community that makes you feel at home? Building a thriving art business & studio practice? Welcome to the Arts To Hearts Podcast. A show where we take a peek into the hearts and lives of our favourite artists. From running a creative business & studio art practice to success mindset. Charuka arora talks with her guests about everything that goes behind into making a life & career that you adore as an artist. Think of this as your happy hour with your favourite artists in your studio. Hear charuka & her guests share the messy and the wonderful side of creating and living a heartfelt creative life, within and outside our studios. As you tune in, be ready to be inspired and encouraged. I am your host charuka arora. An artist, designer, entrepreneur and founder of arts to hearts project. Thank you so much for being here! Find more on

After Dinner Mints by Art Blocks

Art Blocks

Art Blocks is a first of its kind NFT platform focused on genuinely programmable on demand generative content that is stored immutably on the Ethereum Blockchain. In this podcast, the Art Blocks team interviews some of the best artists and engineers in the NFT space.

FW Presents

Fire and Water Podcast Network

The Fire and Water Podcast Network Presents a variety of geeky topics! We celebrate an assortment of favorites through standalone episodes and mini-series!

Jo's Art History Podcast

Jo McLaughlin

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, architecture, jewellery, ceramics, design – no subject is off-limits on Jo’s Art History Podcast.

Photography for Beginners | Learn the Basics of Photography

Photography & Friends

Are you a beginner photographer who wants to learn how to improve your photography? This is the perfect photography podcast for you. You'll learn how to expose with your camera - using the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings. You'll learn about composition, and what it takes to compose a better image using photography rules of thumb, as well as knowing how to break those rules. Finally, you'll learn how to tell stories with your photos. This podcast is hosted by photographers & instructors Phil Ebiner, William Carnahan and Sam Shimizu-Jones.

Photo Taco Podcast

Jeff Harmon

Help With Drive Space and Backups For Photographers

Hard Drive Space Problems for Photographers Let’s talk about the problems that photographers face with hard drive space.  The more technical term for that is “storage”.  Don’t confuse this with “memory” or “RAM”.  Memory is a form of storage but it only stores information while your computer is on.  Memory today comes in sizes like 8GB, 16GB, 32GB or more.  ...
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Illo Chat: Illustration Podcast

Olga Herrera & Sunny Duran

Illo Chat is a podcast for illustrators working in the children's book industry. Creative, funny and full of information on how to write, illustrate, and publish picture books and how to become a professional illustrator. Women illustrators, Olga Herrera and Sunny Duran, teach about the publishing industry and the behind the scenes work that goes into book design and illustration. Kidlit discussions and insights for artist and creatives. WEBSITE:

Tales from the magic box


Scotland 2021: Cullins Sunset

In the final episode for this years run from the Isle of Skye, I attempts a last shoot in the mountains. 
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Photobomb Photography Podcast

Photobomb - Photography Podcast

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Around Comics - Comic Book Podcast

TCB Studios

Each week Chris, Tom, and Sal talk about the very best comic books, graphic novels, and trade collections from the past, present and future. Fans will enjoy the back and forth between three lifelong fans as we discuss comic book issues, geek culture, superhero movies, the best streaming tv shows, pop culture news, creator interviews, and more Hosted by Christopher Neseman, Tom Katers and Brion Salazar, Around Comics offers a unique combination of comic book knowledge, industry news, literary commentary, and cutting edge humor and set a high water mark for geek culture podcasting. Funny, insightful, and once in a while educational, Around Comics is the best choice for an hour of weekly comic book commentary and content.

Art Works Podcast

National Endowment for the Arts

Joy Jones

In March 2020, Joy Jones was rehearsing the part of Vera in the Arena Stage production of August Wilson’s Seven Guitars directed by Tazewell Thompson. It’s not a surprise that Arena Stage would be mounting Seven Guitars. A long-time grantee of the National Endowment for the Arts,  Arena Stage is a pioneer of the Regional Theater Movement and the largest company in the country dedicated to American plays and playwrights. The surprise came with the pandemic that closed theaters and brought the country to a halt or at least a pause.  It took over a year and a half, but Seven Guitars finally opened at Arena Stage in late November 2021 with cast and audience equally jubilant. In this podcast, Joy Jones talks about the role of Vera, playing August Wilson, working with Tazewell Thompson, re-entering the rehearsal room and the stage after the shut down, and learning to love the arts as a kid in Washington DC.
(You can find my 2015 interview with Tazewell Thompson here

Canadian Quilt Talk

Brandy Lynn Maslowski

Canada's number one podcast for quilting, fibre art and everything in between, answering your quilting questions with the experts across Canada.

Artists Among Us

Whitney Museum of American Art

The Whitney Museum of American Art presents Artists Among Us, a podcast about American art and culture. We tell stories revealing the complexities and contradictions that have shaped life in the United States today. We consider the American artist David Hammons and his new sculpture, Day's End (2014–21). This is a monumental, permanent public installation that pays tribute to a long-destroyed 1975 artwork of the same name by the artist Gordon Matta-Clark. Anchored on the banks of Manhattan’s West Side and stretching into the Hudson River, Hammons’s Day’s End is sited next to the Museum and occupies the precise location where Matta-Clark’s work once stood. We follow the evolution of the Manhattan coastline through the history of the Meatpacking District, and celebrate the communities that have shaped the neighborhood where the Whitney now stands. This podcast was produced by Sound Made Public in collaboration with the Whitney Museum of American Art.

The Felix Comic Art Podcast

Felix Comic Art

The Felix Comic Art Podcast (Episode 47): NYCC 2021 Wrap-Up with Gene Park, Andy Robbins, and Yo Kuri

Our roundtable episodes are some of our most popular, so welcome back Gene Park and Andy Robbins along with new guest Yo Kuri!   We got together to talk about NYCC, the first major convention since the pandemic. But, as usual, it ends up being a deeper dive into the hobby. Hear about recent auctions, the MIRACLEMAN #1 cover recreation hubbub, the emergence of a new class of collectors, and more! Thanks as always for listening, enjoy!    

Creativity in Captivity

Sweetwood Creative

An insider dialogue that invites the listener to pull up a seat at the table with A-list creatives from a variety of disciplines. They share their insights on the process, craft, and inspiration. Join us for a better understanding of this elusive muse every Thursday with Pat Hazell (Seinfeld, The Tonight Show) and his friends as they demystify the transferable nature of creativity. Produced by: Amanda Rosenberg In Partnership with Sweetwood Creative & Stoney Island Audio

Because We Make

Vincent Ferrari & Ethan Carter

A podcast about making, creativity and why we do what we do as makers and creatives. Every Wednesday morning, we bring you discussions and guests from the world of making and creativity and we even discuss ways to help improve your making and creative business and build your brand. We are your one-stop shop for all things making and creativity. Join us and find out why we do what we do!

The Large Format Photography Podcast

Large Format Photography Podcast

#58 Gordon Szeto- Pandemic Days and Nights

“I like to see myself as a storyteller.  Photography happens to be the way I tell stories.  I see the world in a certain way and try to create visual images to take viewers on a journey.  

I gravitate towards emotional, ethereal and dream-like imagery and I use cameras like pinholes and lenses like the Aero Ektar 178mm as tools to create the look and feel I strive for”.


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Things we chatted about on the show:


Photographers who have had an influence on Gordon’s work or who he has admired……or maybe random links from Erik.


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Classic Camera Revival

Alex Luyckx

Classic Camera Revival - Episode 120 - The Clone Wars

There are no bad batches here, the gang sits down for a lively discussion about rebranding. Let's face it, the idea of rebranding items especially in photography is nothing new. Kodak, Fuji, and Agfa have all sold their films to resellers even putting them in custom cartridges and boxes. Even some camera manufacturers are known to build more cameras for other companies and sell under those names than under their own name. And today the trend continues, with Agfa still making films but as a contract manufacturer with names like Rollei under Maco Direct selling their product, or Fomapan producing films stocks for Kosmo Foto, New Classics, and Lomography. Plus ORWO provides the sweet motion picture film for Lomography and our friends at Cinestill and their use of Kodak Vision3 and Double-X stocks. And being able to get these in medium format! So the team sits down at the table for a lively and sometimes hard to follow the di

Bronze and Modern Gods

Comic Podcast Network

The podcast exclusively about the Bronze, Copper and Modern Ages of comics, comic book artists, investment and more! Support this podcast:

The Artist Advisory Hotline

Marina Press Granger

The Artist Advisory Hotline is a podcast for artists who want to grow their career and are interested in valuable guidance and honest answers from leading experts. Join host Marina Press Granger, founder of The Artist Advisory, as she interviews gallery directors, curators, art consultants, artist advisors, artists, and other experts.

Legion of Substitute Podcasters

Legion of Substitute Podcasters

Join Darren, Travis, Michael Jim and Paul as They take you through Legion history!

Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art is a new podcast series showcasing one of the oldest, largest, and most respected oral history collections in the world. The series launches on August 26, 2021 and explores the great diversity of the American art scene, as well as important moments throughout history with insightful commentary from leading scholars, curators, and art world figures. Co-produced by Ben Gillespie, the Arlene and Robert Kogod Secretarial Scholar for Oral History, and Michelle Herman, Head of Digital Experience, the series features firsthand accounts from artists, dealers, writers, and other key figures whose expansive and often surprising memories challenge us to see the world in new and unimagined ways.

The Sculptor's Funeral

Jason Arkles

The Sculptor's Funeral is the only podcast dedicated to figurative sculptors living and working today. Art history, tech talk, news, and interviews for those 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.

Pulling on the Thread

RISD Alumni Association

Presented by the RISD Alumni Association, Pulling on the Thread features interviews with members of the RISD alumni community talking about one thing they've made, created, or founded.

Show Up or Shut Up with Wendy Solganik

Wendy Solganik

A podcast about making art for you, because you love the way you feel when you are creating and you just want more of that feeling.

Print Life

Leslie Kenehan

Host Leslie Kenehan brings you all things surface pattern & print design, sales, marketing and mindset to support you in growing your creative business. Freelance? In House? Just getting started? You are in the right place. Welcome to the Print Life. @printlifepodcast //

The Art Biz

Alyson Stanfield

Risk, Rejection, and Resilience with Christine Aaron (#114)

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