The Sculptor's Funeral is the only podcast dedicated to figurative sculptors living and working today. Art history, tech talk, news, and interviews for those working in the Western European tradition of figurative sculpture, along with a social media forum and listener mail/questions/comments make this podcast required listening for any sculptor who knows the Fine Arts aren't dead, they just smell a little funny.
Episode 86 - Quiz Show Finals
The Sculptor's Funeral Podcast is finishing off this strange and terrible year with the final round of the quiz show! Listen to Lubov, David, and Liz test their knowledge of the history of sculpture, in their quest to attain the coveted Sculptor's Funeral coffee mug.
Episode 85 - Quiz Show, Round Three
Listen to CJ, Mark, and Lubov go head to head in Round Three of the Sculptor's Funeral Quiz Show!
Episode 84 - Quiz Show, Round Two
Listen to Rony, Alison, and David go head to head in Round Two of the Sculptor's Funeral Quiz Show!
Episode 83 -Quiz Show! Round One
Three avid listeners of the Sculptor's Funeral Podcast match wits and test their knowledge of art history! Round one, with Bruce, Liz, and Ali.
Episode 82 - The Road to Hellenism, Part II
Praxiteles and Lysippos - the two giants of 4th century Greece, and they are both covered in this episode. Learn what happened to the first classical nude female statue! Learn why eight heads are better than seven! And does Alexander succeed in Making Attica Great Again? Find out here.
Episode 81 - The Road To Hellenism, Part One
If 'Classic' derives from the Greek word for 'Best', then what comes after the time of Classical Athens? Something not as good for Athens, of course. But despite the fall of the world's first democracy, the arts in Athens and all of Greece continued and even flourished. In the first of this two-part episode, we'll cover the sculptors Alkamenes, Kresilas, and Skopas. In the second part, look out for Lysippos and Praxiteles.
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An education in sculpture history and appreciation
I have been listening from the very first podcast. As a reasonably new sculptor. I was fortunate to spend a week with Jason in his first but not the last visit to Western Australia. I learn so much in just one week working with Jason and look forward to catching up next year. This podcast has been an incredible experience learning and enjoying a new education. I have travelled quite a bit and seen many of the sculptures, but now getting to really understand and appreciate. My goal in to travel back to Italy and hopefully spend some more time under Jason’s instruction. If you are new to sculpture or just want to under stand it, you can find anything better, in my opinion.
Art history a sculptors perspective
Not one to study Art History, I do however enjoy Jason's rendition. Being able to view the art works via his website is a bonus. I like that some episodes discuss current events with other artists. Well worth the listen.
I’m finding the episodes equally informative, useful and entertaining. Some of the technical details (for example on clay) come very handy. Well done and thanks.