Heart in Art is a podcast dedicated to connecting people through their love of arts and creativity. Host, Dani Van De Broucke is a U.K based, Writer, Educator and Yoga Teacher.
Part of Series 3: Artistic Movements for Beginners. Join our host Dani Van De Broucke, as she explores the Renaissance paradigm through the exploration of three famous art pieces of the time:The Sistine Madonna [the Madonna di San Sisto ] by Raphael [Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino. (1513-1514)The Arnolfini Portrait by Jan Van Eyk (1534)David by Michelangelo [Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni] (1501-1504)A fitting theme for the start of a new year, and a time where all our old world systems and paradigms seem to be shifting and crumbling around us. On a positive note, new ideas flourish in times of change, just as they did during the Renaissance!
Christmas Special 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens
Get your Christmas treats out, light the fire and get cosy. Join our host Dani Van De Broucke for a yuletide Victorian classic story, A Christmas Carol, by English author, Charles Dickens.
This episode starts our new exciting new season, which is a beginners crash course in major artistic styles and movements across the centuries. This episode has a spooky vibe, and focuses upon Gothic Literature in particular, which spans a vast time period from the Middles ages (13th century) up to the 19th Century. Join our host, Dani Van De Broucke, as she shares excerpts from seminal Gothic works and discusses some of the conventions of the Gothic.
2020: What is it like to be a travel writer?
2020: In a year that's turned travel upon its' head, what is it like to be a travel writer? Meghan O'Dea has been writing for the past decade about everything from tech to travel to cultivating resilience. Most recently, she joined Lonely Planet at a digital editor, where she frequently writes and commissions stories on getting back to nature, and how to make the outdoors more accessible and intersectional. Join our host, Dani Van De Broucke, as she asks what qualities make good travel writing, and its' defining characteristics in 2020.
EDM vs. the Underground
How has the Electronic Dance scene changed since the 1980s? With special guest, Canadian DJ and Producer, Model Citizen. Electronic Music has been an important part of counter-culture in both Europe and America over the past 40 years, but how did it makes it's way into the mainstream? What has changed since the 80s? Join us as we explore these questions and talk to Techno and Prog lover Model Citizen, about his experiences on the scene.
Do Photographers look at the world a little differently?
Today I'll be talking to the first photographer we have welcomed to Heart in Art, Adam Lang of LangShot Photography. His work focuses upon portraiture and the urban landscapes and architecture in the some of the most beautiful cities in Europe. He describes his style as 'moody,' and he certainly captures the Gothic elements and plays with light and shadow in a way that makes the familiar a little unfamiliar.
Perfect title - can feel the heart in art.
Beautiful insights into different arts and very thought provoking. Also very calming to listen to, so a Super relaxing listen.
A very interesting and thought provoking podcast! Loved it!