Artistic State of Mind (soundcloud) - iOS - Siblings Juliana and Stephen spend most of their time debating and educating themselves on the modern workings of the music and the arts industry. The two go from Kanye to Steve McQueen and everything in between bringing to life those fleeting thoughts we all have but are too occupied to give time to. In this podcast, the two share their love for music, theatre, Film & TV in a banter-filled and honest way only siblings can. (London, UK)
Call And Response (iOS) - call and response podcast explores the intersection of blackness and performing arts through interviews with Broadway performers, actors, dancers, creatives, producers, administrators, and theatre-makers of any kind!
Famous Enough (soundcloud) - Both transplants to Atlanta, Alex and Lyric are spoken word artists seeking to highlight both independent and local talent while bringing us all together through music, poetry, and #BlackGirlJoy.
Hood Grown Aesthetic (soundcloud) - Hood Grown Aesthetic tells the story of artists of color living in Boston and abroad in the 21st century. In a weekly 60 minute podcast we celebrate local artist, organizations, and businesses. We discuss Art, current events concerning artists and poor communities of color, news and events effecting Bostonian, highlight celebrity efforts to support the arts and poverty, we highlight local artist and king pins artist of color, we invite Artist and those in the art world for interviews and we have some real talk
Keep the Channel Open - iOS - stitcher - Keep The Channel Open is a podcast featuring in-depth conversations with artists from a variety of disciplines. The show is hosted by San Diego-based photographer and writer Mike Sakasegawa.
Keith Price's Curtain Call (soundcloud) - iOS - Google Play - From red carpets to recording studios and everywhere in between, Keith Price, comedian, former on air personality/theater reporter for Sirius XM, and now podcaster, takes his endearing and warm interviewing style, combines it with his passion and love for theater, and brings you some great conversations with some pretty amazing people.
Seeing Color (iOS) - Seeing Color is a podcast that talks with cultural workers and artists of color in order to expand the area of what is a predominantly white space in the arts.
The (art)Scene - iOS - soundcloud - The (art)Scene Podcast is a series of conversations with up & coming artists, gallery owners, museum professionals and anybody else who has an art background. We’ll cover not only their work, but other facets of their lives and the stories that come with them.
The Whitest Cube (soundcloud) - iOS - Spotify - The Whitest Cube is a podcast about the exclusionary history of art institutions from the perspective of people of color. We're looking at the current practices that stem from their colonial history, sharing our stories, and highlighting movements that critique the status-quo and reveal potentially transformative paths forward. We'll talk to artists, activists, scholars, and the city of Boston to envision a future for museums, and what we're doing to work through the present.
We Want the Airwaves - iOS - Nia King's trying to figure out if her dream of making a living as an art activist is beyond reach. In this podcast, she seeks advice from other political queer artists, trans artists, and artists of color who seem to have figured out how to make art and make rent without compromising their values.
Your Artsy Girl podcast - iHeartRadio- Radio Public - Introducing this podcast as a place to talk about creativity, learn about some artists and writers. It is a safe place for artists and writers to learn about each other's creative processes and craft.