The Slowdown - Every weekday, Tracy K. Smith (US Poet Laureate) delivers a different way to see the world – through poetry. Produced in partnership with the Poetry Foundation.
Your Attention Please - What does excellence look like? Join us as host Kimberly Drew gets to know nine Black visionaries who are defining the future and inspiring the world.
Broken Record - liner notes for the digital age For generations of music lovers, the liner notes on albums were a central part of the way music was heard. You bought an album and it came with an accompanying narrative: a digression, an aside, a backstory—maybe even an invented history. We intuitively understood that great music required not just listening but conversation between the artist and the audience and the audience and the rest of the world. Broken Record is hosted by Justin Richmond with interviews by the producer Rick Rubin, the writer Malcolm Gladwell, and the former New York Times editor Bruce Headlam.
Dialogues: The David Zwirner Podcast : What we talk about when we talk about art. Each episode pairs two exceptional makers and thinkers discussing how art shapes, elevates, and shifts our point of view—and the surprising twists and turns of the creative process.
Conversations About Art: Conversations about Art follows threads such as: Art and Uncertainty, Art and Happiness, and Art and Spirituality, in conversations between Heidi Zuckerman, a globally recognized contemporary art museum director, author, and speaker, and artists, curators, collectors, athletes, actors, musicians, politicians and CEOs. An inspiring storyteller and trusted conversation partner, Zuckerman connects people to art, artists, and ideas to make their lives better!
Recording Artists: What was it like to be a woman making art during the feminist and civil rights movements? In this season of Recording Artists, host Helen Molesworth delves into the lives and careers of six women artists spanning several generations. Hear them describe, in their own words, their work, relationships, and feelings about the ongoing march of feminism. Contemporary artists and art historians join the conversation, offering their own perspectives on the recordings and exploring what it meant—and still means—to be a woman and an artist. This podcast is based on interviews from the 1960s and ’70s by Cindy Nemser and Barbara Rose, drawn from the archives of the Getty Research Institute.
Care + Criticality: From the editors of ARTS.BLACK, Jessica Lynne and Taylor Renee present Care + Criticality, a new podcast series that animates the various forms that criticism may occupy in contemporary art. Find episodes of Care + Criticality available wherever you listen to your podcasts beginning January 2020. ARTS.BLACK Journal: https://arts.black/
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