Visual Arts Podcasts
Brian Jer and Chris, 3 goofballs from New Jersey, pick their favorite films and sit down each week to discuss them. We keep it fun with clips and stupid bits and make fun of each other a bunch. We think you'll like it and while we can’t promise you’ll agree, we can ask that you Please Forgive This. Have a question? Comment? Episode request? Want to be a sponsor for some reason? Email us: email@example.com.
By Please Forgive This. A Film Podcast. About Films.
Three 90s kids revisit and reminisce about all things Star Trek. Sarah's vibe is totally "The Next Generation," while Erin's main squeeze is "Voyager," and Magen loves "Deep Space Nine," but that doesn't stop them from delving into the other shows and movies. Their mission is to discover the unknown, explore the charted regions of the Star Trek universe, and guide newbies through the vast reaches of the franchise. New episodes every Friday/Saturday.
By Erin, Sarah, Magen
Love design, interior style, architecture, art and everything in between? The Homes & Interiors Scotland podcast is essential listening. Whether you’re just setting up your first home, a well-established renovator, or in the industry, we’ll curate insightful guests who can offer insight into the world of homes and interiors in Scotland, and across the globe.
By Peebles Media Group
Pop Screen is The Geek Show's new podcast tackling movies starring, about or by pop stars - and that's all genres, from rock to hip-hop, jazz to disco. Each week Graham and one of his stable of trusty co-hosts picks a pop movie and examines its history, its film-making and its music in-depth. It's an irreverent ride through an oft-misunderstood strain of cinema, from era-defining masterpieces to kitsch atrocities.
By The Geek Show Podcast Network
Various projects related to Homestuck including analyzing gay subtext, reading and reviewing the text, talking about problematic faves, and getting fancreators on to talk about their work! Podcast art is by Kansas aka kansastuck on Twitter! Find me at LiveLaughStuck on Twitter!
Podcast dedicado en exclusiva a Shenmue, la epopeya de Yu Suzuki. Primer programa en español (o eso creo) sobre esta saga de videojuegos. SHENMUE PODCASTellano es un podcast de un fan y no es propiedad ni está avalado por SEGA Corporation. Shenmue es una propiedad © SEGA inc. Todos los derechos reservados.
By Alfonso Martínez González AKA Ryo Suzuki
Need expert advice on handling dance studio dilemmas and drama? Suzanne Blake Gerety and Jill Tirone take real-life questions directly from our listeners and help you resolve your toughest, most frustrating or just-plain-complicated studio life predicaments. In each episode they tackle the topics that keep you awake at night from how to successfully navigate parent-problems, teacher turnover, student challenges, policy dilemmas, and much more. Join them as they feature innovators who pull back the curtain and offer timely ideas and solutions. We also love to keep things light and have fun along the way! We’re so excited for you to join the conversation.
By Dance Studio Owner
If you’re a Christian artist who is frustrated because you struggle to make money with your art, the Your Creative Adventure podcast will help. We believe it is possible to sell your art without selling your soul. Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things He planned for us long ago.” A masterpiece is the best work of an artist. Not only are you and I God’s best work, but He also planned for us to create “good things” that reflect His glory. Do you have a desire to be paid for the good things you create as an artist? If so, join CJ and Shelley Hitz as they help you make money as an artist doing what you love while glorifying God through your art.
By CJ and Shelley Hitz
Dear Art Producer connects the photography and video community with art producers in the advertising community. This podcast introduces you to different art producers, share the stories of their diverse career paths, explore what it means to stay relevant and examine industry topics such as marketing, estimating, directing, websites and more.
By Heather Elder