Articles of Interest is a mini-series within 99% Invisible. Each installment pertains to a different aspect of dress. It covers a broad range of concepts including the rise of casual wear, the environmental impact of the textile industry and why womenswear doesn’t have pockets. Together, the episodes link thematically, each one to the next, like a daisy chain. Think of it as a podcast concept album … on clothes.
The Art Show brings you great conversations with Australian and international visual artists, gallery and museum directors and curators. We’re the 'go to' place for issues affecting artists and audiences, prizes, arts news and reviews.
Awaye! is a national Indigenous arts and culture program presented by Daniel Browning. Awaye! covers music (from the yidaki and gumleaf to techno), arts, spirituality, politics, dance, literature and theatre. It is also a showcase for features and documentaries produced by indigenous people overseas, including Maori, Polynesian, native American and South African broadcasters.
Bow Down is a new podcast about significant women artists from the past who deserve our attention. For each 20-minute episode, Jennifer Higgie – frieze editor at large – invites an artist, writer, historian or curator to nominate an artist to whom we should all … well, bow down.
Canvas: Art & Ideas is FBi’s weekly arts program, brought to you by artists Abdul Abdullah, Nat Randall and David Capra. Tune in for your weekly dose of Sydney arts and culture, with interviews and critical conversations on contemporary Australian practice and exciting local projects.
Each week we speak to the people in the know from the 'GLAM' sector: Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums. Join historians Tamson Pietsch and Anna Clark from the Centre for Public History at the University of Technology Sydney to find out what’s going on in Sydney’s cultural scene.
Created off the back of @thegreatwomenartists Instagram, this podcast is all about celebrating women artists. Presented by art historian and curator, Katy Hessel, this podcast interviews artists on their career, or curators, writers, or general art lovers, on the female artist who means the most to them.
Two people, two chairs, one conversation, no gimmicks. Known for his unique, honest and sometimes comedic interview technique, Andrew Denton gets under the guard of amazing human beings, finding out who they are away from the headlines. As a companion to the TV series, it features plenty of material we couldn’t get to air and behind the scenes insights into Andrew’s motivation and approach.
A series about female firebrands and controversial outsiders in arts and culture. From subversive musicians and rock'n'roll groupies to groundbreaking artists and game-changing style icons, these are women who have lived life on the edge and still refuse to play by the rules. The result is a vivid and impressionistic podcast that showcases the stories of older creative women.
Step inside the confession booth of Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham, two culture writers for The New York Times. They devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet to find the things that move them — to tears, awe and anger. Still Processing is where they try to understand the pleasures and pathologies of America in 2019.
We live in a country that holds the oldest living culture with an unbroken connection: our First Nations People. How does Australia in 2019 understand this? Join in the conversation between AFTRS Head of Indigenous Kyas Sherriff and novelist, historian, farmer and respected Elder Uncle Bruce Pascoe, as they share deep understandings on language, identity and connection to country.