In this new episode of Matt’s Art Chat, the first one in a while of my series of podcast conversations about the arts, I speak with painter Lachlan Goudie.
The main topic of the conversation is his new exhibition, Once Upon a Time, which will run at The Scottish Gallery on October 28-November 25, which is inspired by fairytales and finds him expanding on his interest in landscape painting and nature. However, we also talk about the origins of his interest in art and his work as a broadcaster, as well as a major book he has published and that is titled The Story of Scottish Art.
You can listen to the podcast conversation with Lachlan Goudie via one of the players below.
Also available on Podbean and IHeartRadio.
For more information on Goudie’s upcoming exhibition, Once Upon a Time, CLICK HERE. To order his new book, The Story of Scottish Art, CLICK HERE.
Matt’s Art Chat is a series of podcast conversations about the arts with creators, curators and art lovers from all over the world. The series is hosted by arts presenter Matt Micucci.
This episode of MATT’S ART CHAT features a conversation with painter Ania Hobson, a rising star of the British and international art scene. Hobson will be launching her debut solo exhibition at London’s Catto Gallery, featuring a new collection of her artworks, which will run from September 5-23.
Hobson’s work is defined by a strong, personal figurative style, blending tradition and modernity. Her works have been praised, among other things, for their fresh representation of and celebration of the “modern woman.” To find out more about her, visit her website, https://www.aniahobson.com/.
MATT’S ART CHAT is a series of podcast conversations about the arts with creators, curators and art lovers from all over the world. The series is hosted by arts presenter Matt Micucci.
For the new episode of MATT’S ART CHAT, I interviewed visionary architect John Marx, who is responsible for developing Form4 Architecture’s design vision and philosophical language. John recently published a major new work titled Études – The Poetry of Dreams + Small Fragments, which features 84 watercolors and 40 short poems.
Last week, I interviewed interior designer Nora Voon for Matt’s Art Chat — my weekly series of podcast conversations about the arts with creators, curators from all over the world. Here are five clips from our conversation. (To listen to the full podcast, scroll to the bottom of the page.)
A definition for the term “design.”
Why Nora believes that interior designers are like psychiatrists.
The importance for an interior designer to define and promote a distinctive, personal style.
How will the coronavirus pandemic influence trends in interior design?
The challenge of balancing business and art in interior design.
Check out the full podcast conversation with Nora Voon via one of the players below. To find out more about her work with Noda Designs, visit https://nodadesigns.com/.
Here are five clips from Matt’s Art Chat podcasts from May 2020. Matt’s Art Chat is a series of podcast conversations about the arts with artists, creators and curators from all over the world. The show is hosted by arts presenter Matt Micucci.
Featured below are clips from interviews with Naomi Foyle, Cezar-Severus Tomoroga, Darren Deeney, Al Lapkovsky and Katty Pearce.
Poet/author Naomi Foyle talks about how she believe we are moving towards a revolution of compassion.
Graphic designer Cezar-Severus Tomoroga talks about the importance of trial and error.
Workout guru Darren Deeney talks shares advice on finding the right motivation to exercise.
Photographer Al Lapkovsky talks about the power of social awareness photography.
Guildhall Art Gallery Curator Katty Pearce talks about why the motif of interiors was popular in Victorian Era art.
Just a quick post to notify people who have been following the series that there will not be a new episode of Matt’s Art Chat uploaded this week.
This is because of a few reasons, three of which I will mention here.
One: I am tired and I need to take a break from it. This is a personal project of mine that has nothing to do with my job aside from the fact that it too is thematically linked with the concept of art.
Two: Not one but two of the interviews that I had planned for this week fell through. This is mostly because of the quarantine period so it’s totally understandable.
Three: I want to try to upload the content on Tuesdays instead of Thursdays. While I know that none of my content is designed to be viral, in respect to the people who choose to dedicate some of their precious time to record a podcast with me, I want to see whether this will help the content get more exposure.
I already have interviews set up for the next two weeks so there will not be much to wait. In the meantime, you can go back and listen to the previous episodes of Matt’s Art Chat on:
Welcome to THE ART MOVEMENT, a radio show that revolves around art and culture, where all art and free thought is allowed. This is the second episode of a radio show format I created, with plenty of music, snippets of interviews about the arts, comedy and chat about current events.
Featured on this episode: Futurism, Gal Gadot, Chris Cipollini, Gilbert Gottfried, John Bleasdale, Kandace Springs, Duke Ellington & more.
This year, I once again attended the 2020 International Film Festival Rotterdam (Netherlands). The festival is defined by its vast program of films with an experimental edge. While I was only invited for three nights, I still managed to record a handful of interesting conversations with various guests, presenting films at the festival.