Visual Arts Podcasts
The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is a dynamic cultural center offering world class art exhibitions and free public programs including film, music, readings, lectures, and performance. The Hammer Museum’s collections and exhibitions span the classic to the contemporary in art, architecture, and design, with a special emphasis on new work. The Hammer’s programming is based on the tenet that artists play a crucial role in all aspects of culture and society.
By Public Programs
WiP is a podcast for Fantasy illustrators trying to break into the Sci-Fi and Fantasy Illustration world from the perspective of a few artists trying to do that themselves. Jeff & Caroline Himmelman and Pete & Ania Mohrbacher are the hosts of the show, but they have lots of guests on regularly to get the full range of opinions on making it in the art world
By Jeff Himmelman, Pete & Ania Mohrbacher
Paperkeg is the way comics were meant to be read – by hearing about them. It features chatter about the books we're reading, a special book club, and your letters to end the show. Four dudes & comic books. Your move, ladies.
By Paperkeg Radio Syndicate
Interviews with sundry folks from the indie film scene in Brooklyn, NY and beyond. Each 30-minute episode includes an interview with a personality from the indie film scene. Hosted by Adam Schartoff, Filmwax Radio airs live Wednesdays 6:30-7:00 PM at bboxradio.com. BBOX Radio is a community radio station based in Brooklyn, NY. If you would like to support these efforts, please visit http://bboxradio.com/donate.html
By BBOX Radio
Adult Programs explore the complexity of modern and contemporary art through an array of programs (artist presentations, gallery talks, lectures, MoMA Courses, symposia, workshops, etc.) that are accessible to audiences of various levels. Using MoMA’s collection and special exhibitions as a point of focus, the programs enable participants to gain insight through firsthand looking and discussions with distinguished art historians, artists, MoMA curators, poets, and writers. To view images of these artworks, please visit the Online Collection at moma.org/collection. MoMA Audio is available free of charge courtesy of Bloomberg.
By MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art