Konst – Island – Nya podcasts

  • En podd av unga med fokus på våra berättelser och erfarenheter. Genom olika format som krönikor, intervjuer, samtal, reportage och berättelser delar vi med oss av våra tankar om samhället. Varje avsnitt har ett tema som är särskilt viktigt för deltagarna. Vi kommer från olika ungdomsverksamheter i Sverige. Avsnitten produceras av Unga Berättar - Kulturskolan Stockholm i samarbete med oss. Säsong ett finansieras med stöd från Kulturrådet.

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  • Welcome to the Houston Experiment. Join host Greg Houston for conversations with some of the leading artists in the industry talking about a wide variety of topics in the music industry. This podcast is for people who either work in the music industry, attend concerts, or just want to learn about the ins and outs of the music business. Follow the Houston Experiment on Facebook

  • Í hverjum þætti af ,,Lífið er söngleikur" gerum við okkar allra besta til að semja söngleikjalög á staðnum um málefni líðandi stundar, dýr vikunnar og fyrirtæki vikunnar.

    Umsjónarmenn eru Einar Aðalsteinsson og Steinunn Ólína Þorsteinsdóttir.

    Framleiðandi þáttanna er Pop People ehf.

  • This collection of films is the result of a creative collaboration between the National Theatre and the Royal College of Art. Students on the MA Visual Communications course at the Royal College of Art were given a variety of stimuli by the National Theatre, including attending a performance of Danny Boyle's Frankenstein, and challenged to respond by creating their own piece of film.

  • Every week Ron will be hosting special guest, discussing topics pertaining to Grace • Marriage • Business & Giving (Money).

  • From our archive collection, Ian McDiarmid talks to Al Senter about his time as Artistic Director of the Almeida theatre, his acting career and his role in the Star Wars films. This is a recording of a live event from August 2011 when Ian McDiarmid was appearing in Emperor and Galilean in the National Theatre.

  • After years of private, unfilmed campfire discussions, the boys (Ezra Koenig, Chris Tomson & Chris Baio) welcome you to their world.

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  • Great photos are made by being in the right place at the right time … and having the right equipment. Beyond the Wild dives deeper into the strategies that are necessary to improve the odds of capturing amazing footage of wildlife and their iconic behaviour.

  • SHELF TALKERS is a podcast from Village Well Books & Coffee in downtown Culver City, CA, where we interview authors on their books, writing process, and what they are themselves reading. A podcast by booksellers for book lovers, we interview both touring authors and local writers as a part of our shop-wide quest to build community through chatting about books!

  • Keep the Flow is the weekly podcast that looks under the hood of the creative process to keep your creative engine humming.

    Hosted by Scott McLemore, a drummer and composer living way up north in Iceland. He has been involved in various creative pursuits including working in graphic design and writing about creativity. In this podcast he to shares what he has learned along the way.

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  • Welcome to ‘Making Creativity Pay’, this isn’t a podcast about making millions, more about speaking to people in creative industries whether that’s music, literature, art or anything that relies on creativity about how that ties in with making a living from it.

    The aim is not about selling out any creative endeavour but to ensure that there is at least some way to pay the bills and keep the lights on, money can be seen to be a vulgar part of the process but getting fairly paid for the time, effort and expertise you put in to something shouldn't be a bad thing.

  • Gedichten die recht uit het hart komen, omdat het eruit moet, omdat het me raakt, vanuit fascinatie, vanuit zintuigelijke prikkeling en altijd vanuit een diepere verbinding.

  • Nautnaseggirnir Eva & Solla fjalla um mat og matargerð í sem víðustum skilningi. Þetta hlaðvarp er fyrir sælkerann, meðaljónin og sjoppuna.

  • At A Woodturners Journey, we strive to explore woodturning from all different perspectives. Markus and Chris are both obsessed with creating things on their lathe as well as finding areas to improve their efficiencies and style. Their goal is to stay up to date with the newest things going on around the world of woodturning. They also love to interview fellow woodturners and find out about their journey so far. Woodturning is a wonderful rabbit hole and one we never see ourselves finding the bottom of. Join us in our journey. If you have any comments, questions or feedback please send us an email [email protected] or find us on Instagram @AWoodturnersJourney

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  • The aim of this podcast will be to describe a book, which will include spoilers. Followed up with a discussion of the book between a guest and myself. All while, my guest and I enjoy booze. There may also be suggestions of the booze consumed.

    Theme music by Dee Yan-Key

  • PARENTING is a divine responsibility which needs to be taken with all seriousness. But how much do you love your children? Sadly, most parents know little to none of the things that are directly impacting the life of their children negatively. How do we expect to give what we do not have?

    Why I Know That You Do Not Love Your Children! Reveals un-told truths about the elements of this civilized and digitalized world we all find ourselves as well as the profound effect these are having on the overall well-being of our children.

    IF you're interested in raising children that would grow up to become the best version of themselves, join Baa Ankh Em Rayay as he un-veils the veils that has blurred our vision to the hidden detrimental truths behind this new digitalized society in which we live. Truths that will raise our awareness about how parents can be unknowingly exposing their children to risk and dangers.

    At the age of 42, Baa Ankh Em Rayay has not only become a father of a daughter but also a grandfather of a son. Having gone through many facets of life , learning the hard way in most cases, he has distilled his wealth of know-ledge and ex-perience in this book. When it comes to talking of love for children, Baa is the go-to guy.

  • Jacques Cartier grew up as a sailor, married well and became an agent of exploration for King Francis I of France. In April, 1534, he sailed for the New World. Before sailing, his men took an oath that they would “behave themselves truly and faithfully in the service of the Most Christian King.” Jacques’ name was made immortal by the faithfulness with which he and his men carried out that oath. Summary from Christian History Institute, used with permission.

  • Muir was a preservationist and naturalist. His activism helped to preserve the Yosemite Valley, Sequoia National Park and other wilderness areas. The Sierra Club, which he founded, is now one of the most important conservation organizations in the United States.In early March 1867, Muir was injured while working as a sawyer in a factory that made wagon wheels: a tool he was using slipped and struck him in the eye. This accident changed the course of his life. He was confined to a darkened room for six weeks, worried whether he’d ever regain his sight. When he did, "he saw the world—and his purpose—in a new light," writes Marquis. Muir later wrote, "This affliction has driven me to the sweet fields. God has to nearly kill us sometimes, to teach us lessons." From that point on, he determined to "be true to myself" and follow his dream of exploration and study of plants.A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf recounts Muir's walk of about 1,000 miles (1,600 km) from Indiana to Florida. He had no specific route chosen, except to go by the "wildest, leafiest, and least trodden way I could find." This journal is the earliest of Muir's writings and autobiographically bridges the period between The Story of my Boyhood and Youth and My First Summer in the Sierra. (Summary from Wikipedia and Introduction)

  • In this podcast, the ALIA Graphic team discusses the latest news relevant to libraries and graphic novels. We also interview Australian comic book creators in our creator chats series. Our group of volunteers aims to support library staff interested in all aspects of collection development, advocacy and programming related to graphic novels and comics.

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