Podcast: Art for your Ear by the Jealous Curator

I love podcasts and I listen to a lot of them, about tech, comics, art, productivity... mostly in English and in French (these ones are radio programmes I listen to once they are available to podcast). I will start sharing my favorite ones on a more regular basis on the blog.

I want to start with a podcast I have recently started listening to: the Jealous Curator's Art for your Ear. Danielle Krysa (aka the Jealous Curator) has been blogging daily about art and showcasing artists for about six years. And now, with this weekly podcast, she interviews artists in a very original way to get the best stories. It works really well because she knows these artists, most are people she has worked with on her projects or her books (like her Creative Block book with an array of artists advising on how to get over creative block is really inspiring) . I especially like the Art for your Ear podcast because it is funny and light while being full of enriching stories. Danielle achieves that balance very well and in about half an hour, you learn about an artist's life and work. 

The first episode sets the tone, Danielle talks to Martha Rich and the episode is entitled "meat and cake and lobsters and wigs", and her most recent interview is with Lisa Congdon, an artist I admire a lot.

So have a listen and enjoy!