Kunst – Litouwen – Nieuwe podcasts

  • ARIAS pays attention to voices in artistic research. Find one episode dropped every Friday between 2 April – 28 May 2021 for your listening ears. Voiceblind is the name used by ARIAS in relation to the thematic line 'in the art of listening to the matter' which thinks about radical listening as a methodology for building multi-disciplinary research. Derived from Nick Couldry’s criticism regarding the current ‘crisis of voice’ in neoliberal democracies, Voiceblind takes the opportunity to move beyond dominating sounds in order to share and explore a multiplicity of voices within art and research. Credit where credit is due to Morgane Billuart, Visual Design Graduate of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie who realised this series. This project is initiated by ARIAS, an Amsterdam-based platform forwarding research through the arts and sciences, and sitting between the five knowledge institutions: University of Amsterdam, VU Amsterdam, Gerrit Rietveld Academie/ Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, and Amsterdam University of the Arts.

  • Work on the translation began in 1853 by a London businessman called Ferrar Fenton (1832–1920). The complete Bible was first published in 1903, though parts were published as separate volumes during the preceding 11 years. The translation is noted for a rearranging of the books of the Bible into what the author believed was the correct chronological order. In the Old Testament, this order follows that of the Hebrew Bible. The name of God was translated throughout the Old Testament as "The Ever-Living". The Bible is described as "translated into English direct from the original Hebrew, Chaldee, and Greek languages." For his translation of the Book of Job which appeared in 1898, Fenton was assisted by Henrik Borgström. This was "rendered into the same metre as the original Hebrew, word by word and line by line". His translation of the New Testament is based on the Greek text of Westcott and Hort. The ordering novelty in the New Testament is that it places the Gospel of John and the First Epistle of John at the beginning before the Gospel of Matthew, thus placing the Acts of the Apostles immediately after the Gospel of Luke.Notable as well, is Ferrar Fenton's restoration of the Psalms into the musical verse form as close to the original as he could get. The Psalms were, quite literally, songs, complete with instructions for the "choirmaster" as well as descriptions of the appropriate musical instruments to be used. Today Psalm 48, Psalm 137, and Psalm 23 are still sung in churches, albeit to tunes not the original.(Summary by Wikipedia)

  • La Creme official podcast - Modeling & Acting Tips.About the stars: Patricia Pinto is a model and actress with a Master’s degree in Business Administration, Master’s in Theology and Major in Theatre Arts / Communication Arts. Monica Pinto, has major connections in the entertainment industry. She has been working as a casting director since she was 18. Her nickname is Hypmosis. Francesca Pinto has been modeling since she was 11 and has appeared in hundreds of fashion shows including Marc Jacobs NYFW, Carolina Herrera NYFW where she met Cameron Dallas.https://lacreme.com

  • Yesterday's sounds, brought to you by Jake and Maclane every Saturday.

  • Šioje tinklalaidėje aš kalbu apie muziką, jos istoriją, paslaptis ir kitokius įdomius daiktus bei reiškinius.

  • Run Studio Run is a four part podcast mini-series where Eli Altman, creative director at A Hundred Monkeys and author of Run Studio Run, interviews creative professionals about how they run their businesses.

  • Krish Rajesh Iyengar has been undergoing formal Carnatic (Indian Classical) Music training from the age of 6. Currently, he’s tutoring under Mrs Radha Vasudevan. Krish Iyengar leverages his good voice to sing and has sung in a few languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada.

  • I talk about Emma Chamberlain’s fashion and her influence on teens

  • The Lawyer Podcast takes a fortnightly look at what's happening in the business of law with editor Cat Griffiths and deputy editor Matt Byrne.Meanwhile, The Wellness podcast looks at ways to survive and thrive in the high-pressure world that is the legal profession. Hosted by Richard Simmons, Eloise Skinner and Andrew Wells.

  • „Performansas“ – LRT KLASIKOS laida apie performatyviąją kultūrą. Aktualus žvilgsnis į scenos menus – pasakojimai apie teatro pasaulio procesus, užkulisius ir vaisius, pokalbiai su performatyviojo meno kūrėjais ir apžvalgininkais.

  • Čia abstractstylist.com abstraktūs pokalbiai. Mano vardas Lina ir aš kalbuosi su žmonėmis, kurie jaučia aistrą savo veiklai, gyvenimui bei tyrinėja mūsų pasaulį. Kiekvieną mėnesį kviečiu juos dalintis su mumis savo žiniomis bei atradimais. Įrašinėjame čia, Vilniuje, Radio Vilnius radijo stotyje.

  • Teatro kritikės, dramaturgės Sigitos Ivaškaitės podcast'as apie temas, kurių nesuspėjam aptarti, apie kurias norisi kalbėti dar, kurias dar reikia įsivardinti, su žmonėmis, kurių niekada negana, net jei jų dar nesutikai.

  • Hello Guys! My name is Amiracle. My podcast is to feed your imagination. Hope you enjoy!

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  • The Jewelry Connoisseur podcast is dedicated to estate jewels, featuring guests including estate dealers, historians, and best-selling authors. It covers subjects ranging from eras such as Art Deco and Victorian to specific designers whose creations are considered highly collectible. This new podcast aims to satisfy the great thirst for knowledge about estate jewelry and educate listeners on how to evaluate estate jewels, as well as what type of styles and designs are in vogue at the moment.

  • U22 is about readers' journeys through Ulysses, James Joyce’s modernist epic about the lives of ordinary people on a day in Dublin in 1904. The podcast anticipates and accompanies a reader-friendly edition Catherine Flynn is bringing out with Cambridge University Press for the book’s centenary in 2022. Here, she and her co-hosts Rafael Aguilar, Emily Moell, and Louie Poore talk with the contributors to the volume and with readers of Ulysses from around the world. Listen to their first impressions, later realizations, and the challenges and the pleasures they met along the way.

  • This feed contains past episodes of The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast, including book club episodes for Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, Order of the Phoenix, and Half-Blood Prince, as well as special topics shows recorded from January 2017 through June 2019.

    Book club episodes for Sorcerer's Stone, Chamber of Secrets, and Deathly Hallows can be accessed on the main podcast feed, titled The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast. Current episodes, including all character studies, are also released on that feed.

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