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I'm an artist from the UK who loves talking about art, life and really anything! Curiosity and conversation is my goal if i have one. Yelling at concrete is a weekly podcast for coffee and conversation, taking a look at the life and interests of the guests who chat with me as well as taking an introverted look at topics I'm interested in! You can catch the show three times a month on a Friday and follow it through the year as i bring you a range of guests and topics the key word is conversat ...
 
Looking for some diverse, real and untamed perspective? Well look no further, you've come to the right place. Concrete reps is a podcast for the people by the people. Those people being NYC natives: DJ, Sireel, Lisa & Ed Ape. With conversation stemming from real world scenarios to special guest appearances, rest assure the content keeps evolving. Listen for the unscripted gems and enjoy.
 
Concrètement est un podcast qui donne la parole à des personnalités atypiques et remarquables, qui ont su développer un talent, une passion, un projet qui les a fait exceller dans leur milieu. Au travers d’interviews, je donne la parole (moi, Aurélie, l'animatrice :-) à des entrepreneurs, des passionnés, des artistes… pour comprendre comment ils ont fait CONCRETEMENT pour trouver ce pour quoi ils étaient fait et en faire un succès. Par passion ou désir de changement brutal, comment atteindre ...
 
http://wdcicf.com Dumore Construction & Remodeling is a licensed Hawaii general contractor. Our company’s primary focus is on advanced ICF, insulated concrete forms, house construction and quality ICF materials supply. But we also build structures with other construction materials like wood, concrete, and CMU. We also do home remodeling, repairs, roofs, excavation, pools, fences and walls. Remodeling includes ceramic tile work, mechanical piping and electrical, new sinks, tubs, showers, wind ...
 
http://hawaiiicf.com Hawaii ICF - Insulated Concrete Forms Home Builder and Concrete Contractor in Honolulu, Hawaii offers Oahu home owners a green building alternative. ICF home building is an environmentally friendly building technology that also provides your family additional safety, comfort and energy savings over traditional construction methods.
 
What are the expectations set before your race, gender, or social group? We discuss a shift in mindset and how individuals and communities can overcome the labels placed upon them by society. Justin Black is an author, keynote speaker, and Founder of the ROSE (Rising Over Societal Expectations) Empowerment Group and a graduate of Western Michigan University, where he studied public relations and Africana studies. He started ROSE Empowerment Group with a vision to close the information gap fo ...
 
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At what point is the artwork no longer yours? When does the public own it? Can it be taken from you and repurposed in which case are you still responsible? Can you give up artwork and wash your hands of it when it has such a connection to you? This week i sit down to discuss all of this and knowing the way i wax lyrical even more as I talk about ac…
 
We're back! 2021 Episode 141. My brother Martyn is back once again as is tradition for the first episode of the year and wanting to start a with something a little lighter having had the year which 2020 was so this time we sit down to talk Cartoons, sitcoms and any other nostalgia we can drag up to give you a brief glimpse of childhood through cont…
 
Yelling at concrete podcast is a weekly three times a month podcast hosted by myself "Graham". Founded in 2017 I have been finding and catching up with guests and friends for what will be Four seasons going into 2020. Each week a new cast goes up on a leap frog basis of: solo podcasts so I have the opportunity to discuss something on my mind. Follo…
 
In the third episode of our ‘Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer’ series, where we’ve been meeting some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world, we talk fashion and costume with designer, Stevie Stewart. Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer was the first major exhibition of dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. This exploration of Clark’s work esta…
 
The second episode of our ‘Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer’ series, we meet some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world, gallerist Sadie Coles discusses Michael’s affinity with the world of contemporary art. Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer was the first major exhibition of dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. This exploration of Clark’s …
 
In our ‘Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer’ series, we meet some of the key figures in Michael Clark’s creative world. In this episode, we meet fellow choreographer, Sir Richard Alston, who worked with the 17-year old Michael right at the start of his career. Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer was the first major exhibition of dancer and choreographer Michael …
 
In our latest archive episode, we look back to 2016 when we spoke to screenwriter Allison Schroeder about the Oscar-nominated Hidden Figures, based on Margot Shetterly book of the same name - the incredible true story of three brilliant African-American mathematical minds who helped win the 60s Space Race. *** From the Archive sees us dig into our …
 
This week we revisit a series of interviews with musicians James McVinnie, Eliza McCarthy and Timo Andres, about the rare performance of composer Philip Glass's ‘Music In Twelve Parts’ in May 2017. A milestone in minimalist music, slowly revealing itself through hypnotic patterns of change over four hours. From the Archive sees us dig into our exte…
 
This week i get my grump on for the final episode of 2020! Episode 140! I sit down to talk upper class, royalty and money as how the rich seem to dream so small with what they can do with their cash, How the pressure of royalty is not something someone should ever really want and how I don't think they would appreciate my presence. So lets sit back…
 
This week, we step into the issues and drama of Ken Loach’s Palme D’or winning masterpiece 'I, Daniel Blake'. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to N…
 
This week i sit down with Tyrone Curran, Hub manager at Oasis Community Partnerships who is par of an initiative in my own home town called The Crosby Collective. We talk about how the podcast got started and how the Collective came to be and what they hope to achieve in Scunthorpe. We discuss what it means to be from a small town and just what cha…
 
This week you’ll find us once more exploring our interview archive, travelling back to 2012 and listening in to a conversation between Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and Jon Tolansky about the piano work of Beethoven. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week i tread water and try not to dig myself a hole as i talk about how it's actually quite hard to diversify the content you intake and how if you consider the media and art you consume you may find it's coming from a lot of the same sources. So it is ever important not only for platforms to highlight more marginalized cultures and background…
 
This week we revisit a series of interviews which took place in late 2018 to coincide early the following year with the release of the film The Favourite. We speak to a trio of supporting actors in Nicholas Hoult, Joe Alwyn and Mark Gatiss from this BAFTA and Academy award winning film. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Hustler’s Edition: On this weeks edition of Concrete Reps we talk to entrepreneur’s about healthy mental practices, business strategy, and new business advice. Check out the podcast for real talk from up and coming business owners. Guests: Chris Grand @chrisgrand (Art goon collective), Mic Marshall @tob.tv (superfrxsh.com), Jeremy Daheata @daheatad…
 
This week I sit down for a catch up with the ever delightful Lauren Pincher. Lauren has been on the cast before over two years ago and she originally joined me as a musician but now is focused more on her painting! This week we sit down to talk surviving lockdown evolving as creators and participate in some reflection on the upcoming year as we tal…
 
This week, we're delving into our archive looking back to August 2014 to John Cale and Liam Young's project 'Loop 60 hz: Transmissions from the Drone Orchestra'. Produced by Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week, we’ve got an inspiring conversation between Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola and her friend Erin J Gilbert, curator of Modern and Contemporary African and African American Art, where they talk about creative process and storytelling. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week i sit down to discuss how i'm still blown away by the technology of the day, how find novelty in all the little things and magic we can perform and how the world has come along. It's fascinating and as i get older can only imagine it'll get more intelligent and kill us all but i discussed that previously see: "Hello Kitty will kill us all…
 
In this week’s archive edition, we speak to Scottish composer and conductor, Sir James MacMillan, whose Stabat Mater was premiered at the Barbican in October 2016. --- From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-st…
 
This week i have the pleasure of sitting down with punk poet, artist, writer and performer Simon Widdop. We discuss many things macabre, how people get into such subjects and the mentality it takes but also how that can be a stereotype in itself. We also discuss his new book "Poet from the Black lagoon" which is filled with poetry and musing on b-m…
 
In this week's podcast, we're delving into our archive, looking back to January 2019 and a conversation with actor, director, writer and perfume creator Richard E. Grant. Produced by Ben Eshmade. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Acast, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Whether I think of it as a mantra or life advice or just a code I live by i have to admit I have one goal in my life which informs a lot of what i do and that's comfort. This week I si down and discuss how i view the term happiness and how "happiness" has never really been a goal for me. I worry people have been misled and mis-sold the idea of emot…
 
Dickie Beau - winner of the Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award and actor best known for breathing new life into lip-synching - speaks to his mentor and friend, Fiona Shaw, the actor and director renowned for her extensive work with the RSC and National Theatre alongside popular roles in Harry Potter, Killing Eve and Fleabag. Their poetic, an…
 
In the second episode of our new series, Inspired, Jamie Hale - London-based cross-disciplinary creative – talks to award-winning comedian, Hannah Gadsby about process, creation, collaboration, traumas – and the power of storytelling. Inspired is a new series on the Barbican podcast, Nothing Concrete where we ask an artist to invite someone who has…
 
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