Visual Arts Podcasts
Mousetalgia is a podcast for Disney fans about Disneyland, Disney in society, and Disney trivia and history. Enjoy in-depth reviews of the parks, discussions about Disneyana and Disney merchandise, and our take on the latest Disney movies, books and more. View our galleries and join the discussion at www.mousetalgia.com!
By Team Mousetalgia
The SpectRoom brings you weekly sessions of insightful, honest and fun discussions with 3d artists, photographers, architects, software developers, content creators and creative professionals that will inspire you from all around the world. Created and hosted by 3d Architectural Visualization & Rendering Artist and Blogger Ronen Bekerman, he's on a mission to explore the creative minds of architectural visualization. Being ever curious about what it is we do, how we go about doing our work and why we do it in the first place! Ronen will try to find out the why, the how and the what of each of his guests.
By Ronen Bekerman
A podcast about architecture, buildings and cities, from the distant past to the present day. Plus detours into technology, film, fiction, comics, drawings, and the dimly imagined future. With Luke Jones and George Gingell.
By Luke Jones & George Gingell
A quick photo every day! With the IT MADE CLICK podcast I would like to motivate you to take your camera and make a quick photo. If you experiment with your camera just a few minutes every day, then soon you will absolutely master this awesome device. If you have any photography questions, I am happy to answer them here, too.
By Michael Zelbel
In each episode of AOE LIVE, our talented hosts, Tim Bogatz and Andrew McCormick tackle relevant and at times controversial topics in art ed. Expert guests, polls, and questions from the audience (that’s you!) make this a truly one-of-kind experience for art teachers. Of course, Tim and Andrew will offer their own opinions…even if they don’t always agree! Enjoy the podcast, or watch the recording live! Get more information at www.theartofed.com/aoelive.
By The Art of Education