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Curator's Choice

Ayla Anderson

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Like history? Love museums? From ancient relics to modern marvels, each episode of this show features a new museum and a sampling of some amazing artifacts housed there. The stories we unravel are the product of meticulous curation, passionate historians, and the artifacts themselves—each whispering tales of bygone eras. What makes Curator's Choice truly special is our exclusive interviews with the unsung heroes of museums—the curators themselves. These guardians of history will share insigh ...
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Audio

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | Video

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer | AppleTV

FHNW | HGK | Institute Interior Design and Scenography , CH - Basel

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CURATORSHIP – Wunderkammer Von Ein- und Aufteilungen, Deutungshoheiten, der Sicht- und Unsichtbarkeit von Sujets, dem kuratorischen Zentrum und der gestalterischen Peripherie. Von den Wunderkammern gestern und heute und der Bemühung eines Abbilds dessen, was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält. Haltungen von KuratorInnen aus dem Bereich Museum, Privatsammlern, Gestaltern und der Theorie.
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The Curators podcast takes a deep dive into the issues at the core of the Robert F Kennedy Jr campaign. We are a passionate group of grassroots volunteers who invite leading independent visionaries to join us for important conversations often overlooked by legacy media. Topics will include: corruption and agency capture in the pharmaceutical, food, and defense industries the transformative power of regenerative organic agriculture getting to the root of the chronic disease epidemic ridding o ...
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Art · The Creative Process: Artists, Curators, Museum Directors Talk Art, Life & Creativity

Artists, Curators, Museum Directors Talk Art & Creativity · Creative Process Original Series

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Art episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to artists, curators, museum directors about their work & how they made their creative careers. To listen to arts episodes across a variety of disciplines, follow our main podcast: “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”. You’ll find us on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations wit ...
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Amateur Curators

Amateur Curators

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FIND US AT OUR NEW HOME: amateurcurators.podiant.co Mike Lacerte and Corey Nachman tackle halls of fame that will never be built, never should be built, but will be discussed regardless.
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CURATORS OF HIP HOP

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Curators of Hip Hop (COHH) is an international movement dedicated to preserving Hip Hop culture. This podcast series is created to promote intellectual and creative conversations centered around artistry, technology, business and culture-- through a HIP HOP lens.
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Curators of Hip Hop

Curators of Hip Hop

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Curators of Hip Hop (COHH) is an international movement dedicated to preserving Hip Hop culture. This podcast series is created to promote intellectual and creative conversations centered around artistry, technology, business and culture-- through a HIP HOP lens.
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Conversations with artists, curators and authors about making it in the art world. We get behind the studio doors for entertaining and informative discussions about the journey through the visual arts, how projects were realised, ideas that informed new work and practical ways that artists can expand their audience and visibility.
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The Curators of Horror

A Horror Movie Podcast

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At THE CURATORS OF HORROR we believe there is a perfect Horror movie out there for everyone! So whether you’re a LOVER, or a HATER, or somewhere in the middle, this podcast is for you. Each episode your hosts Katie and Emrys quiz their guest in order to curate the perfect Horror Movies for them. The guest watches both films and then comes on the podcast to discuss what they thought and choose their favourite. But which Curator made the best selection for the guest? A great way to discover an ...
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Renowned author and environmental activist Dick Russell joins us on today’s podcast. Mr. Russell has published fifteen books, including many critically acclaimed works, such as: - "The Man Who Knew Too Much", a story about Richard Nagell and the JFK assassination, was hailed by Publisher’s Weekly as “a masterpiece of historical reconstruction.”; - …
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Step behind the neon glow with me as we venture into a radiant corner of Las Vegas history at the Neon Sign Museum. With Aaron Berger as our guide, we delve into a treasure trove of glowing lights that tell the story of Sin City. 🎰 Illuminating Las Vegas's Past and Preserving Its Glow 💡 Las Vegas's neon signs are more than just advertisements; they…
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“Before I decided to become a philosopher, I wanted to become a filmmaker, and in my education in France, where I'm originally from, there was a lot of emphasis placed on the humanities and arts. I still have a deep passion for the arts, and when it comes to our future, I am of two minds about the role that AI will play in how we interact with crea…
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Dr. Elena Monarch obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Emory University in Atlanta. Dr. Monarch has learned to identify and treat patients with PANS/PANDAS, tick-borne diseases, and other inflammatory health conditions affecting the brain. Oftentimes, her patients have been misdiagnosed with psychiatric and neurological disorders. Dr. Mon…
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How can we ensure that AI is aligned with human values? What can AI teach us about human cognition and creativity? Dr. Raphael Millière is Assistant Professor in Philosophy of AI at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. His research primarily explores the theoretical foundations and inner workings of AI systems based on deep learning, such as …
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The "suck it up buttercup" mentality that was prevalent within the beauty industry for as long as many of us can remember has made a huge shift and change. Modern Salon owners that want a healthy culture must understand that employee mental health and well being needs to be considered, addressed, and openly discussed. In this episode we talk about …
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The front desk has been a staple in a hair salon for as long as many of us can remember. It's has been the center of welcoming clients, scheduling appointments, checking clients out, and much more. In this episode we discuss the pros and cons of having or removing your front desk and why it's important to make a decision based on your overall busin…
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“Philosophy is both an academic discipline and also something that everybody does. Everybody has to have reflective views about what's significant. They also have to justify to themselves why it's significant or important. The nature of justice itself, and the various opinions that have been written about in philosophy about justice, can get to a v…
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Embark on a captivating journey through the life of the legendary Babe Ruth, from his humble beginnings in Pig Town to his towering fame in American baseball. Dive deep into the story behind his iconic status, dispelling myths and revealing the influences that shaped him early on. Explore the man behind the legend, tracing his roots from Pig Town t…
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Kelly Ryerson , AKA "The Glyphosate Girl", has been on a crusade to eliminate glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup from our food supply. Roundup is a known carcinogen. She is an environmental health writer and public health advocate. After developing several chronic health conditions, Kelly left her career in finance to study functional hea…
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Jim Gale, Founder of FoodForestAbundance.com and the Earth Council, joins Paul and Jonny for a very enlightening deep dive into the solutions of nature and how ordinary people can create their own food independence. Jim's tour of his lush personal forest of abundance, which took only two years to develop, is a demonstration of how the people can re…
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One on one meetings are an essential part of a healthy salon culture. They create important space for you to connect with your team on an individual basis and help you build your relationship with them. Allocating time for each team member on a regular basis shows the commitment you have to their growth and brings in a coaching and mentorship dynam…
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Kim Garcia is an artist working in sculpture, drawing, and painting. Through her 2nd-generation Filipino American lens, her practice explores social dynamics and residual trauma from interpersonal relationships, community structures, and memory. Kim comes from a background in creating collaborative community projects that often employ alternative s…
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In this episode Derek & Jill discuss the importance of running your business based on facts rather than your emotions. Facts tell the true story around your business and will guide you to the correct decisions. When we base our decisions on our emotions, we can bring chaos and unpredictability into our business culture. Derek & Jill will provide yo…
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Connor Harsch, a brilliant 24-year old student of history and political activist, joins Paul for a discussion on how Robert F. Kennedy resonates across all generations. The fundamental principles espoused by Mr. Kennedy transcend any and all divides facing our nation. Connor's article "Be Still, America" can be found here: https://www.people4kenned…
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All aboard as we delve into Maryland's captivating trolley history at the Boonsboro Trolley Station Museum. Uncover how these transport marvels transformed rural connections, surprising even in funeral processions. With Reuben Moss leading the way, we unravel the intricate impact of trolleys on local trade, education, and the agricultural economy. …
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Actress, activist, author and healer Karen Lorre lends her spirit and wisdom to our show. Jacqueline, Aaron and Paul are thrilled to speak with Karen about Bobby Kennedy and the existential issues facing our nation. Karen has known Bobby Kennedy for 33 years. Learn in this spirited and entertaining discussion why Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is a once-in-…
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Kim is the founder of the national non-profit Non-Toxic Neighborhoods, Director of Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots, Board Member of the Herd Foundation, Certified in Organic Land Management, North American UN Committee Member for the Children's Right to a Healthy Environment Council, former City of Irvine Commissioner. In November 2015, Kim helped la…
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In this last mini episode of season 6, I talk about some of the opportunities we have for artists at I Like Your Work and I chat about how I'm thankful for the listeners of the podcast! Check out our sponsor for this episode: The Sunlight Podcast: Hannah Cole, the artist/tax pro who sponsors I Like Your Work, has launched Business Deduction Deep Di…
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The Curators discuss toxins in our food supply from glyphosate and other chemicals, RFK Jr and the Monsanto lawsuit, and question why Europe bans many chemicals and food additives that are allowed in the US. Please subscribe to our show and leave a positive review on Apple, Spotify or wherever you listen - thank you! https://twitter.com/Curators24 …
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“​​I love working with historic sites. I've done a few events and installations working in old cathedrals; we did one with And& Festival in Leuven, and in Carlisle Church in Belfast with the AVA Festival guys, and the Acropolis of Athens, and lots of other venues. I love venues where I can turn up and map projections onto architecture. Particularly…
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How is being an artist different than a machine that is programmed to perform a set of actions? How can we stop thinking about artworks as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences? In this conversation with Max Cooper, we discuss the beauty and chaos of nature and the exploration of technology music and consciousness. Max …
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In this episode, Derek & Jill outline how to define your culture and why it's so important to create clarity within it. Leaders must communicate openly, set clear objectives, provide regular feedback, and encourage transparency within the business. Clarity within your culture will help: -Understanding & alignment with team members and your business…
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Laura Sallade is an artist living and working in Philadelphia. Sallade earned a Certificate in Sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 2013 and is completing a coordinated Bachelors of Fine Arts at The University of Pennsylvania. During her time at UPenn, the artist has also worked toward a Certificate in Positive Psychology and an …
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Embark with us on a highway through history as we unravel the fabric of America's love affair with her roads. From the meticulous preservation efforts of past pathways in Frederick County to the lonely stretches of Nevada's Route 50, this episode is a true homage to the arteries that have shaped our nation. With guest Bob Savitt, we witness the cel…
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In this episode we address the most common issues around pricing. We discuss: -Taking the fear out of raising your prices -How to know when it's time to raise your prices -How to know how much to raise your prices by -How to notify your clients By the end of this episode we will help you learn how to base your price increases off of facts and stop …
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Paul invites Dillin Degnan, the Rhode Island State lead or the RFK campaign, to share his experience with family health issues, which lead to a journey of discovery about corporate capture in America. Paul and Dillin discuss how Bobby Kennedy's approach is the only way to overcome the toxic buildup in our food supply, our environment, and in govern…
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This week, I'm chatting about fear and how you can move through imposter syndrome as an artist to grow in your career. Check out our sponsor for this episode: The Sunlight Podcast: Hannah Cole, the artist/tax pro who sponsors I Like Your Work, has launched Business Deduction Deep Dive: For artists and self-employed creatives. and is everything you …
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John Paul Kesling (b. 1980, USA) was born and raised in Northeastern Kentucky in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. He received his BFA in Arts from Morehead State University (Morehead, KY, 2003) and spent a summer in Europe studying art history (Summer 2002). He went on to receive his MFA in Painting from The Savannah College of Art and D…
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Aaron, Jacqueline, and Jen join Paul for an in-depth discussion about Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a once-in-a-lifetime candidate who is appearing as a David vs. Goliath at exactly the right moment in history. The two-party system has forsaken the American people. In the interest of remaining in power, they attempt to smear Mr. Kennedy at every turn, usi…
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Embark on a journey into the heart of Baltimore where the first dental school took root, revolutionizing oral health care. We'll reveal the pivotal moments that sparked the dire need for dental regulation, from sideshow jaw hackers to educated dentistry professionals. 🔧 From Baltimore's Roots to Regal Dentures 🦷 With Scott Swank as our guide, we re…
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"I love Bernstein's excitement in talking about how he says, for Beethoven, was he the best harmonist? No. Was it his orchestral abilities? Absolutely not. It was just that each note that he chose was exactly the right note to follow the note that proceeded it as if he had 'a private telephone wire to Heaven' and that he was channeling the note tha…
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What is the true meaning of the pursuit of happiness? What can we learn from the Founding Fathers about achieving harmony, balance, tranquility, self-mastery, and pursuing the public good? Jeffrey Rosen is President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, where he hosts We the People, a weekly podcast of constitutional debate. He is also a pro…
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Today, I'm sharing some new and different ways you can collaborate with other artists including how you can collaborate outside of directly working on art pieces together. Join me in this episode to hear some alternative ways you can work with other artists. Apply for Summer Open Call: Deadline May 15 Chautauqua Visual Arts: https://art.chq.org/sch…
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