Shuffle for fans

Cerebral Women Art Talks Podcast


The Cerebral Women Art Talks podcast is an extension of @cerebral_women. Conversations offer insights into the visual art world from artists, mainly artists of color, and female artists who freely articulate what inspires their creativity. In addition, you'll hear interesting perspectives fromRead more

Popular episodes

Lilian Garcia-Roig

Nov 24 • 25:18
Ep.83 features Lilian Garcia-Roig, a Cuba born, Texas raised artist living in Tallahassee, Florida whose works landscape-themed works have always explored the complex propositions of sense of place and belonging which so influence the construction of personal identity While she is most known for her perceptually-based, large-scale, “all-day” cumulative paintings that under...

Khalif Tahir Thompson

Nov 17 • 25:16
Episode 82 features Khalif Tahir Thompson. He is best recognized for his powerful work concentrated in portraiture and figuration. Incorporating painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, and paper-making into his practice, he explores notions of self through varied subjectivity concerning identity, race, iconography, as well as family, and relationships. Recently he graduat...

Delphine Desane

Nov 10 • 21:42
Episode 81 features Delphine Desane. She is a Brooklyn-based artist born and raised in Paris, France by Haitian parents.
She began her career as a stylist in the fashion industry. After becoming a mother, she began to paint during her maternity leave. Delphine was soon discovered and commissioned to create the cover image for Vogue Italia January 2020 Sustainability Issue. ...

Suzanne McFayden

Nov 3 • 25:45
Episode 80 features Suzanne McFayden. Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, she is a writer, and leading collector of contemporary art. Ms. McFayden holds a BA in French Literature from Cornell University and an MFA in Writing from Mills College. Her philanthropic investments beyond the art world address food insecurity. Ms. McFayden is the current Board Chair of The Blant...

Ronald Jackson

Oct 27 • 23:23
Episode 79 features painter Ronald Jackson. Growing up in the rural South of the Arkansas Delta, Jackson was the youngest of eleven kids born to a farmer and a community organizer. His Mother and Father left a legacy of challenging and reshaping the norms of the racial status quo in their surrounding home communities.

Jackson came from a lineage of black landowners farming ...

Alina Zamanova

Oct 20 • 27:37
Episode 78 features Alina Zamanova Her paintings are centered around the representation of modern reality, where women’s bodies are embraced in all shapes and focused to portray their distortions without societal norms labeled on them. Being inspired by muses around the world, Zamanova recently draws from her own experience on a psychological level of upbringing to expose ...

Adrienne Elise Tarver

Oct 13 • 27:18
Episode 77 features Adrienne Elise Tarver, an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and administrator with a practice that spans painting, sculpture, installation, photography, and video. Her work addresses the complexity and invisibility of the black female identity in the Western landscape--from the history within domestic spaces to the fantasy of the tropical seductress.


David Shrobe

Oct 3 • 25:41
Episode 76 features New York based David Shrobe. He creates multi-layered portraits and assemblage paintings made in part from everyday materials that he finds in multiple geographies, and especially from around his familial home. He disassembles furniture, separating wood from fabric and recombines them as supports for collage, painting, and drawing.
Through these various...

Wardel Milan

Sep 28 • 26:04
Episode 75 features New York-based artist Wardell Milan. He works in mixed media, combining elements of photography,
drawing, painting, and collage. Milan’s practice is conceptually grounded in photography, often using
photographs as initial inspiration behind composition of drawings and collages. Referencing artists such
as Robert Mapplethorpe, Diane Arbus, Andres Serrano, A...

Dr. Ashley James

Sep 21 • 32:01
Episode 74 features Ashley James, Ph.D., Associate Curator, Contemporary Art at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. She is the curator of Off the Record (2021) and co-curator of The Hugo Boss Prize: Deana Lawson, Centropy (2021). Prior to joining the Guggenheim, James served as Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum, where she was the curator for the mu...

Check out similar podcasts

Outliers - Stories from the edge of history
Rusty Quill
Cognitect Inc
Band Geek
台湾人 老闆731&日本人Maha老師
TwitterBlogCareersPress KitCommunity GuidelinesTerms of ServicePrivacy Policy
© 2021 Akora Labs, Inc.