How podcasts are changing the way we engage with art onlineā€¦ and offline: An Interview with Ferren Gipson

In the last chapter of our series on Art History Podcasts, MAYANNE SORET speaks to the woman behind the Art UK’s podcast Art Matters, Ferren Gipson.

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Rad Pop: On the Radical Nature of Reclaiming Popular Culture

In December 2017, Elise set up to write about the importance of loving pop culture, and how it is perceived in academia, and Mayanne sent her a bunch of unedited thoughts she had saved in her notes app, that were never meant to be seen, or used, like a shameful journal entry. This is the result.

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Think Pink: A Conversation with Maxine Cheryl

Maxine Cheryl is the curator of @pinkfilmposters, an Instagram account which looks at the blend of pop culture and art presented by film posters and book covers in the context of the colour pink, focusing on everything vintage, gothic, horror, and giallo. Maxine is also a filmmaker in her own right, having written and directed the short film The Devil in Mary, and the upcoming The Porcelain Cradle, as well as the interactive documentary Venus Noire, which was created as part of her studies at the University of York. CHLOE ESSLEMONT meets with the young filmmaker and digital curator.

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