A podcast exploring the interesting ways art meets popular culture and non-traditional art topics... We look at what art history and visual culture can tell us about the world around us, and how our everyday interests make us excellent art critics. Hosted by Ferren Gipson.
Art at the Olympics ft. Margaret Timmers – Episode 68
Author and curator Margaret Timmers offers a brief history of art in the modern Olympics, from art events to poster designs.
The Art of Love ft. Kate Bryan – Episode 67
Art historian and presenter Kate Bryan shares some of the artist's love stories from her book 'The Art of Love'.
The Artistry Behind Maps ft. Nick Millea – Episode 66
Map Librarian Nick Millea discuss the history of map-making and the artists who have explored maps as a subject.
Poster Designs for the London Underground ft. Matt Brosnan – Episode 65
Head Curator at the London Transport Museum Matt Brosnan takes us on a journey through the history of London Transport poster designs.
Art Good Enough to Eat ft. Tasha Marks – Episode 64
Artist and food historian Tasha Marks discusses the history and symbolism of food in art.
1666 – A Year of Plague, Fire and War Told Through Art ft. Rebecca Rideal – Episode 63
Historian Rebecca Rideal talks through artworks and illustrations to show explain how fires, plague and war made 1666 one of the most dramatic years in British history.
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so so so good
always something to learn! if i can’t get to the art, Ferren brings it to me 😉 to us all