Visual Arts Podcasts

Casual Cinecast: Blockbuster Movies to Criterion & Classic Film show

Casual Cinecast: Blockbuster Movies to Criterion & Classic FilmJoin Now to Follow

Casual Cinecast is a weekly film and TV podcast where we discuss current movies, watch through the Criterion Collection and much more! Every review has a spoiler free section!

By Casual Cinemedia

The Shoot With Matt Day show

The Shoot With Matt DayJoin Now to Follow

The Shoot with Matt Day is all about photography and the process that each photographer utilizes to capture their images. Every interview will dig deep into the lives of the guest, learn about their process, pick their brains on how and why they love the art of photography, and hear some amazing stories. With guests such as Jason Lee, Garrett Remy, Nate Matos, and Ray Barbee, Matt guides each interview in a refreshing and insightful way to hear their journey. If you are a fan of Matt Day's work on YouTube, you will surely love The Shoot.

By Swell Story Media

STORIES ABOUT MY ASS show

STORIES ABOUT MY ASSJoin Now to Follow

Field Notes on Film, Glamping, and Miniature Donkey ownership with Writer+Director Brandon Dickerson (Amanda & Jack Go Glamping) exploring all things Filmmaking, Thoughtful Living, Boutique Retreats, and Farm Animals with new guests every episode.

By Brandon Dickerson

Herding Tigers show

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How do great leaders unleash their team to do its best and most creative work? Join Todd Henry, riCardo Crespo, and guests as they discuss what the creative people on your team need from you, and how you can help them to be prolific, brilliant, and healthy.

By AccidentalCreative.com - Todd Henry

Dual Redundancy show

Dual RedundancyJoin Now to Follow

A podcast about television and entertainment news by David Allen, John Berwick and Kyle Bridger; too many hosts with exactly the same opinions. Every week we review and recap the big episodes of the week and everything in between!

By David Allen, John Berwick and Kyle Bridger

Animalators show

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From Identity Visuals comes Animalators: curious conversations from the world of animation. On each episode, animator Zac Dixon sits down with members of the animation community to discuss life, art, business and the creative process.

By IV

Museum Confidential show

Museum ConfidentialJoin Now to Follow

Museum Confidential is a behind-the-scenes look at museums hosted by Jeff Martin of Philbrook Museum of Art and produced by Scott Gregory with Public Radio Tulsa. New episodes every two weeks.

By Philbrook Museum of Art

The North South Makers Podcast show

The North South Makers PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Join the North South Makers, friends and DIY bloggers Charlotte Smith (from the North) and Erin Spain (from the South), as they discuss all things making and momming. Whether sharing their favorite furniture hacks or discussing the best power tools for a rookie builder, Erin and Charlotte approach making with humor, practicality and a design eye. With 8 kids and ten years of decorating, building, and blogging between them, Erin and Charlotte are experts in the fields of breakfast cereals and power tools, not to mention features in magazines like Better Homes and Gardens and Parents Magazine, and television appearances on Rachael Ray, Flea Market Flip, and local news outlets. Grab a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine ... no judgment) and welcome to the conversation.

By Charlotte Smith & Erin Spain

The Heroes, Villains and Sidekicks Show show

The Heroes, Villains and Sidekicks ShowJoin Now to Follow

The Heroes, Villains and Sidekicks Show tells the origins and backstories of popular and obscure characters throughout comics and pop culture.

By Kevin Volo

Salt & Honey show

Salt & HoneyJoin Now to Follow

Salt and Honey is a podcast by two friends and full-time cartoonists, Sloane (From Under Mountains, A Map to the Sun) and Leslie (Snotgirl) who want to delve deeper into why they like what they like and hate what they hate. Each week, we explore different aspects of different comics (popular and obscure), as well as other popular media, including but not limited to movies and television.

By Sloane Leong & Leslie Hung