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Exploring the role of human taste in a tech-driven world. Join us on a weekly journey to understand tastemaking as a craft that can be learned, honed and expressed through the art of curation. Hosted by Mia Quagliarello for Flipboard.

The Art of Curation Flipboard

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 23 Ratings

Exploring the role of human taste in a tech-driven world. Join us on a weekly journey to understand tastemaking as a craft that can be learned, honed and expressed through the art of curation. Hosted by Mia Quagliarello for Flipboard.

    Holding space for native art and community 🪶 Kalyn Fay Barnoski, Philbrook Museum of Art

    Holding space for native art and community 🪶 Kalyn Fay Barnoski, Philbrook Museum of Art

    Philbrook curator Kalyn Fay Barnoski (Cherokee Nation enrollee, Muscogee Creek descent) shares what’s going well — and what work still lies ahead — when it comes to curating native art in 2023.

    • 38 min
    How curiosity can change your life 🧐 Scott Shigeoka, Author of “Seek”

    How curiosity can change your life 🧐 Scott Shigeoka, Author of “Seek”

    The author of “Seek: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life and Change the World” shares his research, philosophy and practical exercises on how to become a more curious person and why it matters.

    • 47 min
    Meet a playlist queen 👑 Kasey Gelsomino, TikTok and Spotify

    Meet a playlist queen 👑 Kasey Gelsomino, TikTok and Spotify

    She’s a mastermind of hyper-specific, contextual music curation. Kasey Gelsomino of Kasey’s Playlist unpacks what curators need to know to be successful on TikTok and Spotify.

    • 34 min
    Better living through listening 👂🏾 Hrishikesh Hirway, Song Exploder

    Better living through listening 👂🏾 Hrishikesh Hirway, Song Exploder

    Being a musician led Hrishikesh Hirway on a quest to understand how songs are born, bit by bit. These excavations now form an impressive — and impeccably curated — body of work. What does Hrishikesh think about curation, creativity and taste?

    • 44 min
    Guarding (and curating) the art 💂🏻‍♀️ Dereck Mangus and Jess Bither, Baltimore Museum of Art

    Guarding (and curating) the art 💂🏻‍♀️ Dereck Mangus and Jess Bither, Baltimore Museum of Art

    In 2022, the Baltimore Museum of Art turned over the curation of one of their exhibits to 17 of their security guards. In this interview, two of the participants reveal what that was like — and give new meaning to the term “art appreciation.”

    • 43 min
    Curation is the caretaking of culture 🧿 Kyle Chayka, The New Yorker

    Curation is the caretaking of culture 🧿 Kyle Chayka, The New Yorker

    The New Yorker’s Kyle Chayka posits that the “algorithmification” of our social media feeds is having profound effects on our culture — and not in a good way.

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Anya Cek ,

A Must-Listen!

This podcast is a treasure trove of knowledge, creativity, and inspiration, consistently delivering thought-provoking insights from an outstanding choice of guests. Every episode is a masterclass in its own right- experts, artists, and curators from diverse backgrounds take you on a fascinating journey through the world of curation and provide valuable lessons and perspectives that can be applied to various aspects of life. What sets this podcast apart is its ability to dive deep into the intricacies of the curation process while making it accessible and engaging for listeners of all backgrounds…. Definitely a must-listen!

JeJord ,

Interesting guests and topics!

I am a huge fan of this show! I enjoy the diversity of the guests and the exploration of creativity and curating experiences.

eatsaltysweet ,

love it!

i love these interviews! the conversations mia has are always interesting and make me want to go out and discover new (for me!) things. bravo!

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