Konst – Australien – Nya podcasts

  • Book talk and author interviews aimed at helping you discover your next favourite read, presented by Good Reading Magazine.

  • Welcome to Pia's Pod! Hosted by Pia Mance, Pia's Pod is a place to have meaningful and fun conversations that excite and inspire. Listeners can expect inspiring conversations about entrepreneurship, health and wellness, fashion, social media, and everything in between.

    See you every Tuesday!

  • The Seaweed Forests Festival blends science, art and food in a celebration of the lush underwater ecosystems that line the Sydney coastline, and the entire Great Southern Reef.


    The Seaweed Forests Festival podcast series, hosted by Sophie Raymond, allows us to dive into conversations from the month long event funded by the NSW Government, My Community Grant, and sponsored by the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and Lim-Sutton Initiative.


  • The podcast that shares the writerly convos that writers have when no one is listening (even if they *are* listening) - looking to demystify the writerly process, share the inner thoughts that don't always align with the outer successes and as much inspo as possible without worrying about sticking to script or filtering for trending content. We aim to deliver REAL writerly convos in about 45 minutes, so you can feel inspired to keep going on your own writerly path!

  • Ever wanted to read Dante's Divine Comedy? Come along with us! We're not lost in the scholarly weeds. (Mostly.) We're strolling through the greatest work (to date) of Western literature. Join me, Mark Scarbrough, as I take on this masterpiece passage by passage. I'll give you my rough English translation, show you some of the interpretive knots in the lines, let you in on the 700 years of commentary, and connect Dante's work to our modern world. The pilgrim comes awake in a dark wood, then walks across the known universe. New episodes every Sunday and Wednesday.

  • An occasional look at Art, Artists, Collectors and Museums in Australia and around the world.

  • How well do your daily rituals serve you? From making our bed to a glass of wine and everything in between, join podcast hosts Emma Evans and Thurman Wise from CAPI, as they get to the source of our daily rituals, speaking with the entrepreneurs changing the face of our everyday.

    We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the respective land on which we record our podcast, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today and every day.


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  • Ready to dive into the great books of the West? Join us as academics from Campion College, the Ramsay Centre, its partners and affiliates explore the ‘best which has been thought and said’, from Homer to today.

  • A series of conversations with authors discussing their recently released works.

  • The Specification is a podcast for architects, designers, or anyone interested to learn more about building materials, how they’re made, and what you need to consider when designing with them.

    Each week Joe and Laurence welcome a different product supplier onto the couch to delve deeper into their products and get the detail that is all too often missed.

    Contact Joe and Laurence at [email protected], or find out more about the materials library behind the podcast at www.searchalex.com.

  • Concrete Conversations is your one-stop shop for technical information, architecture and design methodologies using concrete blocks and pavers.

    In this podcast, we interview architects, landscape designers, engineers and other experts in the field to provide the latest construction & building industry updates and exciting stories of our special guests.

    Presented to you by the Concrete Masonry Association of Australia, this podcast explains why the above-mentioned materials are the best on the block.

    If you're a building professional, aspiring student, architect, designer or homeowner, this podcast is for you! We study the Australian Standards, case studies and building guidelines to deliver key points in a quick and digestible way.

    From paving and breeze-blocks to brutalism and the national codes. Give it a go! Tune in to Concrete Conversations!

  • Art of Painting is a Podcast for artists and freelancers to discuss all things creative, and what it's actually like running a small business in the creative industry. Join Australian artist Abby Lee as we welcome guest artists and give you a seat behind the scenes. Let's go!

  • The best bits from The Hectic Hour with Reuben Patch on PhoenixRadio.com.au every Thursday from 9-10am. New episodes every Monday morning.

  • A podcast about cameras and camera collecting from Jeff Greenstein and Gabe Sachs, brought to you by the gang at the Sunny 16 Podcast.

  • Welcome to the new Banjo Studio podcast. Host Jonathan Freilich will be talking with musicians and instrument makers about their journeys and where they are going. Sit back and enjoy!

  • Every homeowner has some fears about the remodeling industry. Just about every homeowner considering a remodeling project is nervous. They hear horror stories from their neighbors and friends about damage to homes, contractors taking deposits and never showing up, and even being sued by injured employees! That, in conjunction with the multitude of bad reviews on websites like Yelp and Google, makes the words โ€œscary storyโ€ and โ€œremodelingโ€ practically synonymous. It does not have to be like this. Education is the key to a great remodeling experience!


    Join Dave and Brenda Bryan, veterans of the industry and owners of the successful and highly-respected design/build remodeling company Blackdog Builders, as they guide you through what you need to know when pulling together a remodeling project. Dave and Brenda will dive into the often confusing, misleading, and downright stressful world of residential remodeling. Whether you want to learn how to select the right project, or what flooring works best in a kitchen, or how to choose the right contractor to work with, or have absolutely no idea where to start, this is the podcast for you. It will be fun, informative, and save you time and money!


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  • Makeup Artist and Founder of Saint Jack Beth Wilson talks to the most inspirational artists from the world of beauty about their careers so far. From climbing the ranks of makeup counters to becoming celebrity artists, we talk about the highs and lows of running your own business, battling your inner saboteur and exactly what it takes to shine Behind the Brush.

  • We hear a lot about ethical fashion, but what does this mean in practice?

    In this four-part series, co-hosts Harriette Richards and Natalya Lusty interview Australian fashion experts about how sustainability and diversity are shaping our local fashion industry.

  • The Rock N Rollers podcast is a conversation between people with disabilities who have a passion for music journalism and Musicians, Artists, Creators, and anyone who works in the Creative Industry. We are aiming to bridge the gap between people with disabilities and artists by creating a community with passionate live music enthusiasts while building awareness through past experiences with accessibility in the world of live music.