Visual Arts Podcasts
During the Renaissance, Augsburg, Germany fostered an important and diverse artistic community and was the center from which Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I organized his print and armor commissions. This thriving market cultivated artistic innovation and technological advancements such as etching and color printing. Listen here as University of Texas at Austin faculty, graduate students, and the Blanton’s museum staff discuss the city of Augsburg and its artists and citizens. The Imperial Augsburg: Renaissance Prints and Drawings, 1475-1540 podcast includes nine tracks recorded and edited by Mary Myers/Blanton Museum of Art.
By Blanton Museum
Tatiana Is Everyone is a weekly fan podcast dedicated to Orphan Black, BBC America & Space's critically acclaimed sci-fi series. Join Kris and Stephanie for discussion about the characters, themes, production, and more.
By Kris & Stephanie
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A weekly podcast featuring a discussion of films available on the netflix streaming and amazon prime
By Prime Flix
This is the spot for conversations with smart mouth creatives who stood up, chose themselves and are making their living doing the work they love. The folks who make and market their own art, who know the hustle inside out. We start our first three episodes off with Mars Dorian, Marlo Miyashiro, and Jessica Swift. If that's no indication of what's to come then you may have landed in the wrong place :)
By SmArt Mouth Creative
Each week the PandaManga.com team and it's distinguished guests spotlight exciting new webcomics, review indie comics, talk about the comic creation process and other comic-centric subjects. Each guest has special knowledge and is often a professional in the field. Stay tuned for good conversation, reviews, rants, games and fun! Stick with PandaManga.com for all your indie comic needs!
Jason Love, from The Jason Loves Life Blog, helps your webcomic live long and prosper. Learn the business side of publishing your comic book or comic strip online. Discover how you can market, optimize and monetize your art in order to continue to do what you love, tell compelling stories and/or make people laugh. In this podcast, Jason shares his knowledge of Wordpress, Comicpress, outsourcing, crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, search engine optimization, building a following, merchandise, social media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasting, eBooks, online courses, affiliate marketing, getting things done and everything that works (and doesn't work) to help you better understand how to have a successful web-comic.
By Jason Love : Comic Book Creator, Entrepreneur, and Blogger