Learn English through Art is a podcast by Arty Anglais about everything related to art, design, architecture & culture to help creative people learn English naturally. All our episodes come with vocabulary and a transcript on our website www.artyanglais.com/podcast
Episode 34: 10 Highlights of 2020
In today’s episode I wanted to look back on 2020 in a positive way and summarise some of the nightlights in terms of creativity island language learning that I discovered. You can find the transcript for today’s episode at www.artyanglais.com/podcast
Episode 33 Do we have one true calling?
In today's episode, I'm talking about a video I watched in 2016 by Emilie Wapnicki which helped me to see how my multiple interests could be seen as a superpower! Have any questions or things to comment on? Jump over to the forum. I discuss
My backstory and how I came to find the video
Key vocabulary & a tiny bit of grammar!
What is a multipotentialite?
Some interesting points and quotes from the video
3 superpowers of being a multipotentialite
What can you do to manage your life when you are one?
If you want to add your thoughts to the forum www.artyanglais.com/forum
If you would like to access the transcript: www.artyanglais.com/podcast
Episode 32: The friendships of Keith Haring
In today's episode, I'm talking about two important friendships of the street artist Keith Haring. In this episode, we’ll also learn a few expressions and phrasal verbs and you'll also find an additional interactive video lesson to go with it.
You can find the transcript for this episode www.artyanglais.com/podcast
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Episode 31: Two community art projects that make connections between art and the community
In today’s episode I talk about two community art projects that are making connections between artists and the community. You can find the transcript for today’s episode as well as links to discover more about the two projects at www.artyanglais.com/podcast
Episode 30: My favourite gardens and buildings & vocabulary for explaining inspirations
In today's episode I talk about my the top 5 landscapes/gardens and buildings I've visited in my travels.
You'll hear me talk about vocabulary for giving opinions, describing things I'm inspired by, describing places and my travel experiences in the past.
You can find the transcript for today's episode as well as links to discover more about these places at www.artyanglais.com/podcast
Episode 29: How to be a better designer (and language learner) by noticing more
In today's episode, I'm talking about the secret of being a better designer (and a better language learner)- by noticing more.
This is based on a video I watched by Tony Fadell: The First Secret of Design is Noticing. I really liked a lot of what he said so I'm going to discuss some of the things he talked about in relation to being a good designer but also how you can take some of the things he discussed can also apply to your language learning.
In today’s episode I’m also going to give you some good examples of expressions and phrasal verbs related to noticing.
You can find the transcript for todays episode at www.artyanglais.com/podcast
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Avis du public
I really love Arty Anglais podcast that puts together two of my favorite things in the world...Art and English!
Tara’s explanations and references are spot on. I really didn’t feel that the podcast lasted almost 30 minutes, I was so into it. I’ll definitely be looking forward to new episodes to keep learning about new forms of art in a cute Aussie accent ;-)