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Curious Objects

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Curious Objects

The Magazine Antiques

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Through interviews with leading figures in the world of fine and decorative arts, Curious Objects—a podcast from The Magazine Antiques—explores the hidden histories, the little-known facts, the intricacies, and the idiosyncrasies that breathe life and energy into historical works of craft and art.
 
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Objects Out Loud

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Objects Out Loud

Ashmolean Museum

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From a magician who inspired Shakespeare, and poems woven into Japanese prints, to manuscripts illuminated with the ancient love story of Layla and Majnun, this new podcast series will delve into the poetry and literature hidden in the collections at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Join us each Friday, from 5 February, for a new audio adventure. Objects Out Loud is produced and presented by Lucie Dawkins.
 
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A Who Cares? Scotland podcast, Objects, where the host, Charlotte Armitage, dives into conversation with Care Experienced people. The discussions are focused on the moments in life that shape us, the relationships that give us strength and the challenges that we overcome. Each guest brings three objects to the conversation, representing their life before, during and after care.
 
Welcome to FOUND, Objects With Meaning. Brought to you by Wallpaper* magazine, the global design authority, in collaboration with Vodafone Smart Tech, creators of innovative smart devices that help people stay connected to what matters most in their lives. In this series, we discover objects don’t just bring us joy, they can also spark regret. Here we talk to six leading creative minds about the ups and downs of owning – and losing – objects with meaning. See acast.com/privacy for privacy an ...
 
A two-count of British Smarks in North America who like to banter all things RAW, Smackdown, and 205Live in the WWE Universe. We don't pretend to know everything, but we always have a proper good laugh! #FOFM __________________________________________________ HOSTED BY Wade Gawler & Kieran Strange FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA • @ FOFMpodcast • @ Wadepool87 • @ KieranStrange INTRO MUSIC "Reckless" © Kieran Strange, 2015
 
High Y'all, my name is Bianca and welcome to the blunt objects podcast! Blunt objects is a bi weekly podcast about true crime, mystery, and randomness. My guest and I will share our thoughts and theories about some of the darkest cases, strangest cults, random things we experience in our daily lives. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @BluntObjectsPod for future episode updates, pictures of dogs, and mini sessions. So sit back, relax and free your mind and Join my guest and I as we ...
 
Come inside the mind of an addict willing to share it all to better the life of his fellow man. As men we need to be faced with challenges daily, consistently to keep our minds alive. Safe challenges that include recovery, connection, and an energy that is unparallel. Ryan lost his father to addiction, grew up in the suburbs of Denver and didn't learn life lessons until locked inside a penitentiary, a penitentiary both in his mind and in his experience. Ryan digs deep to bring you raw, real, ...
 
The murder of two young girls in the small city of Wind Gap, Missouri sparks a lot of controversy and speculation. In our SHARP OBJECTS AFTER SHOW, we discuss the investigation, as Camille Preaker, a crime reporter who has been recently released from a psychiatric hospital, uncovers the mystery and confronts her demons. Be sure to subscribe and watch each week for reviews, recaps and discussions of the latest episodesof this and all future seasons! Also we'll try to book special guests, so i ...
 
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Every object in the Ashmolean has passed from hand to hand to reach the Museum. In a new podcast, we uncover the invisible fingerprints left behind by makers, looters, archaeologists, soldiers, rulers, curators, and many more. These stories of touch reveal the ways in which the forces of conflict and colonialism have shaped Britain’s oldest Museum.…
 
Deck the halls with mince pie-flavoured Wensleydale, Dan and Kasia have both been shopping, opened some disgusting cans of seasonal beer, and are back for a one-off Christmas special! There's pigs-in-blankets everything and dried fruit where it shouldn't be, as we discuss our festive favs, 'premium mediocre', the 17th century roots of the Christmas…
 
They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. And in the antiques world the sincerest form of imitation is reproduction: the humble and studious attempt to conserve the lessons of the past because of their timeless value. One firm that’s well-versed in this particular form of historical homage is James Robinson, Inc., whose hundred-yea…
 
Addiction is one of the strongest evils that mankind has ever witnessed. It has single handedly been the fate of so many people that lost their lives in pain, agony, filled with misery. Ryan dives into his opinion from lived experience and shares some rawness about the aftermath of our choices and actions. It should not be taken lightly that each i…
 
Ben speaks with Ellery Foutch, assistant professor in American studies at Middlebury College, about a “relic Windsor chair” assembled by Henry Sheldon (founder of the Middlebury museum named in his honor) in 1884. This unusual piece of furniture was built with woods salvaged from structures with local or national significance—such as the warship Ol…
 
A conversation about mathematical jokes, humour and folklore inspired by a sheep, at least one side of which is black. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett. The jokes sent to Peter on Twitter that we mention can be found in the replies to this tweet. Your favourite maths jokes please. I thank you. — Peter Rowlett (@peterrowlett) June 14, 2…
 
Time was, many top interior designers sought to conjure a perfectly seamless décor—whether it be all Louis XV furniture, all early American, or all modern. The results could be beautiful—but also somewhat boring, and certainly impersonal. Interior decorator Thomas Jayne suggests another way to put together the spaces we live in: by using creative c…
 
A conversation about mathematics inspired by a plate of biscuits. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett, with special guest Alison Kiddle. What do you notice? What do you wonder? Alison’s Noticing and wondering page. We also mentioned A Problem Squared Episode 014 = Final Cheese Drama and Quick-Fire-O-Rama. You can see Peter’s kitchen floor…
 
In mid-May, two paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe sold at auction, one in each of the world’s top sales rooms. Green Oak Leaves fetched $1.15 million at Sotheby’s, while Autumn Leaf with White Flower brought nearly $5 million at Christie’s. This month on our Curious Objects podcast, we bring you Reagan Upshaw—critic, dealer, appraiser, and all-around b…
 
A conversation about mathematics inspired by a balancing bird. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett, with special guest Alom Shaha. Alom’s video and template about the balancing bird. Photo by Alom Shaha.Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett
 
On this episode of the ObjectSharp Podcast, JR chats with Gui Martins, one of ObjectSharp’s consultants focused on Cloud, about GitOps – what it is, what it’s not, and how to get started. Plus: Gui shares a few things he learned about GitOps the hard way.Gui Martins
 
During the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration funded an interracial labor program in Wisconsin that employed over five thousand women to craft handmade goods: the Milwaukee Handicraft Project. Especially noteworthy among the rugs, quilts, costumes, and books that the women produced is a run of exquisitely crafted and clothed toddle…
 
JR chats with ObjectSharp’s Cloud Practice Lead, Shane Castle, and Principal Cloud Architect Vineet Sharma, about the journey to the Cloud from a security perspective. Plus: Shane and Vineet share where to go to upskill on security in the cloud.Vineet Sharma, Shane Castle
 
Series 1 closes with an Olympian nightmare. Kasia and Dan de-mythologise London 2012: surface-to-air missiles on east London rooftops, cops arresting protesters, VIP lanes on the roads - all in the name of "cheering up the country in hard times". We talk about riots, food banks, authoritarian capitalism, and what the controversial London 2012 Openi…
 
Musician Nile Rodgers is a globally renowned talent and a self-described hoarder. His collections – be they cars, guitars or art – lead to a discussion about an impressive portrait that was seemingly lost, before being found again by chance. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
It's Episode 9, and this week Dan and Kasia are looking at the transcendental appeal of cheap religious tat, and the mass reproduction of images. There is faith, forgery, bootlegging and breakfast... and glow-in-the-dark Baby Jesus keyrings. We ask why Topshop went through a phase of selling rosary beads, and why people buy postcards of the Mona Li…
 
The technique of reverse-painting was introduced to China in the late 1600s by its European trading partners, who manufactured and shipped the plate glass necessary for its production. By the middle of the following century artists specializing in producing images for foreign markets were well-established at China’s primary international port, Guan…
 
A conversation about mathematics inspired by an arbelos. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett, with special guest Catriona Agg. Catriona mentions this proof without words, which is taken from Proof Without Words: The Area of an Arbelos by Roger B. Nelsen in Mathematics Magazine. Arbelos by Catriona Agg…
 
Kasia and Dan are struggling to feel ‘mindful’ despite using their fresh-off-Amazon colouring-in wallcharts, puzzles and self-help books. Interrogating the mental health crisis and neoliberalism, they discuss ‘mindfulness’ and the ways that employers and political parties pay lip service to the health of the nation. Key object: Labour 'colour-in-at…
 
High y’all! Sorry about the unexpected hiatus we took. Many things came up forcing us to take a break but we are back and on schedule! This episode was recorded back in February, days after the snow storm that caused power outages all throughout Texas. Join me and my guests Sabina and Cody ( @cWEBBIE31 ) as we discuss the case of The Ken and Barbie…
 
Kasia and Dan dig into the cursed experience of being 'on the apps' - dating apps - and discuss 'tweevertising', why companies are more interested in 'driving engagement' than selling products, and how we came to live in a world where brands want nothing more than to be our mates. Key object: Hinge bath bomb For more: follow us on twitter and insta…
 
Dan and Kasia are having a kickabout and looking into the role of the Spanish Civil War in left-wing mythology. What connects lower league English football with the Spanish Republic of 1931-1939? Why do the International Brigades – the independent fighters who came from across much of Europe to fight against fascism – mean so much to the British Le…
 
In April of 1853 a child was born into slavery on an Alabama cotton plantation owned by George Traylor. His first name was Bill and he would take the plantation owner’s last name for himself. A sharecropper and laborer for most of his life, in the decades since his death in 1949 Bill Traylor has became known to the world as an artist. Now, a new do…
 
On this episode of the ObjectSharp Podcast, JR chats with ObjectSharp coaches Daniela Veljkovic and Diane Dale about what it takes to increase adoption of change within a team, department, or an entire organization. Plus: Daniela, Diane, and JR share their advice on how to personally work through change.…
 
It's episode 5, and this week Kasia and Dan are worrying about 'Agamben Toys': dystopian play-things for kids like Playmobil prisons and riot cops with tiny plastic riot shields, guns, mean-looking dogs and roadblock accessories. Why do these objects exist, why do they unsettle adults more than they do kids, and what can they tell us about the Bori…
 
The Association of Art Museum Directors killed something of a sacred cow last year when it ruled that museums will be permitted to use funds from deaccessioned artworks—previously strictly controlled—to pay for a wider array of institutional costs. On the occasion of this year’s virtual Philadelphia Show, Ben Miller speaks with the Philadelphia Mus…
 
Join Kasia and Dan as they take a walk down the 'world food aisle' of the Big Sainsburys - delving into the politics of flavour, globalisation, multiculturalism, cultural appropriation and identity, via imported spices and delicious salty snacks. Key object: Polish curry-flavoured instant ramen. For more: follow us on twitter and instagram @CursedO…
 
Dan and Kasia explore a distant memory – the DVD box set – through the nostalgic, dream-like world of the hit murder mystery Poirot. Get ready for debates on Netflix destroying our brains, poverty in seaside towns, and TV watching as an act of family negotiation. Key object: 28 disc DVD box set of ITV's Poirot For more info: follow us on twitter an…
 
More popular than the Bible: that’s what the richly illustrated volumes known as books of hours—which helped worshipers keep track of each day’s seven canonical prayer periods—were during the Middle Ages. A trove of these objects from the Elaine and Alexandre Rosenberg collection is up for sale on April 23 at Christie’s, and in this special episode…
 
This week Kasia and Dan delve into the concept of 'Austerity Nostalgia'. Why is the Second World War still so important to British culture, over 80 years after it began? This week's Cursed Object: a Keep Calm and Carry On Poster For more info: follow us on twitter and instagram @CursedObjectsUK, email us at CursedObjectsPod@gmail.com, or join our P…
 
It's Episode 1! Kasia and Dan explore the muddy world of houseplants – from their colonial histories, to their role as inhibitors of social change. This week's Cursed Object is a Thai Consellation Monstera Deliciosa. For more info: follow us on twitter and instagram @CursedObjectsUK, email us at CursedObjectsPod@gmail.com, or join our Patreon: patr…
 
Only nine times in his seventy-eight years did Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot paint on anything other than canvas, paper, and panel. On one occasion, offended by the crude wooden lunchbox carried by his friend Alfred Robaut, Corot had a new one constructed, which he decorated with a plein air painting, "Fraîcheurs matinales" ("Morning Freshness"). It’…
 
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