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An Arts, Visual Arts and History podcast featuring T.H. Ponders
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Accession will return this Summer. In the meantime, check out my new audio fiction project The Wanderer. The Wanderer is a queer fairy-folk tale audio drama, about being separated from the people we love to keep them safe. You can listen to the
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Just a programming note on our support of the protests and of Black Lives Matter.  Help support the fight for systemic change in Minneapolis by donating to Reclaim the Block.
A portrait is so much more than a space, a subject, and a keen eye. It’s a place, a person, and a photographer’s truth.
Un retrato es muchísimo más que un espacio, un sujeto y un buen ojo. Es un lugar, una persona y la verdad de un fotógrafo.
Description and Notes: Ana and Ponders take a detour, meet a small friend, and find a place that feels special. This episode was written by Ana O'Daniel and T.H. Ponders, and features Chad Ellis as the park ranger. This episode features Mason J
The congregation gathers on the banks of the river to be baptized. An audio fiction based on Baptism Study by Benny Andrews. Content Warning: There are sound effects simulating being underwater.
Description and Notes: Ana and Ponders take a walk after beignets, and meet the Man in the Mississippi. The song in this episode is Lylo (All Will be Will) from the album Mason Jar of Home by Black Agnes and Mike Dunbar. The transcript for this
To hear the other half of this interview, and get us closer to our goal of 100 patrons, visit our Patreon and pledge $1 today! Description and Notes: Wil Williams shares with us a description of Ed Ruscha's High-Speed Gardening, the joy that th
A room where the art, and the artist, feel perfectly at home. A conversation on starts. An exploration of the Calder Tower at the National Gallery in D.C.
Description and Notes: Ana and Ponders start their road trip. It's going to be incredible. The song in this episode Along for the Ride from the album Belvidere by Mike Dunbar.  The transcript for this episode can be found on our website here. S
We've got so many incredible pieces of art to see, museums to visit, people to meet, and stories to hear on this, the second season of Accession, which we're calling Homeward. We have a long journey ahead, but the road trip starts next Thursday
An unfinished piece, two types of silence, an unfinished peace.
Art contains exactly half of an old and powerful magic. It can build entire worlds from nothing but paint and canvas, tell epic stories inside a single frozen moment, and transport us across time, space, and ourselves. This show is about making
T.H. Ponders sits down with Regina Merson, founder and creator of the makeup company Reina Rebelde to talk about starting a business, the art of makeup, Frida Kahlo and the intersection of makeup and Latinx culture.
This episode features recordings collected from the attendees of our live event at the Chihuly Gardens in Seattle, Washington at Podcon 2! Featuring Jamie Price, Hannah Wright, Erin Sellers, Ollie Morris, Gavin Gaddis, Elena Fernández Collins,
I want to share a secret with you. But you cannot tell anyone... This episode looks at Night by Aristide Maillol from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession number 1950.100.
Join us at a juke joint just around the corner from Hopper's Nighthawks, as we take a look at Archibald Motley's joyous, yet poignant reaction to World War Two, Nightlife.
Just a quick update on the 1943 series and an announcement of a Director's Commentary up on patreon.com/accessionfm.
This episode looks at the classic image of the American Thanksgiving, that has been reinterpreted time and time again. Only this time, we dig into precisely why this is such a replicable image, and what it has to share with us today. Guest host
In this episode, we are looking at the most iconic work in American Art. But we are going to take it out of its larger cultural context to focus on the context of when it was first created. We're going back to January of 1942, exactly one month
Today, we look at a familiar ghost from three different angles; a poem, a play, and a song. You can find the images for this episode and the notes for the show on accession.fm. Art History Art Analysis Art Museum Shakespeare Hamlet Music Poetry
While Leonardo da Vinci was an apprentice in the workshop of Andrea del Verrocchio, what exactly did Leonardo learn from Andrea? What did Andrea have to teach him? You can find the images for this episode and the notes for the show on accession
With so many pieces of art that share the name Venus, what is it that makes a Venus a Venus? You can find the images for this episode and the notes for the show on accession.fm.
Amongst all the sitters in art history, the people who sit to have their portrait painted, only a few possess this remarkable skill: to cast the most beautifully perplexing smile, that, with a simple curve of the lips, writes novels of emotiona
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