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The Heart Matters: Helping People Improve Their Relationships and Improve Their Spiritual Lives. It is a podcast for people who want to have it all in their relationship. From effective communication, affection, being fascinating and fascinated by your partner, and having great, The Heart Matters offers straight talk and insightful interviews on all these issues and more. It is also a podcast for people who want to improve their relationship with the Creator, or establish a relationship with ...
 
Hosted by Flux Learning, a digital education company based in West Cork, Ireland, this podcast showcases the exceptional, innovative and imaginative work of those working in enterprise and the creative arts. Subscribe to the podcast. Join the community on Twitter and Instagram Visit https://www.corkcreative.ie for more information.
 
Theatre Deli Co-Artistic Director Roland Smith talks to the theatremakers, artists and performers who are inspiring a new generation of practitioners across the UK. First series includes interviews with Tom Morris (Bristol Old Vic, National Theatre), Lee Simpson (Improbable), writer Vinay Patel and director Nadia Latif. Produced by Lydia Thomson Theme music by Luke B. Ford
 
Zurich is one of Ireland’s leading insurance companies providing a wide range of general insurance and life insurance products and services. The company employs over 1,000 people across its locations in Dublin and Wexford. https://www.zurich.ie/about-us/social-media/
 
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Susan Bratton is the co-founder and CEO of two companies that serve intimacy wellness. The 20, LLC & Personal Life Media Inc. She became the person she needed after having issues with intimacy in her marriage. Now, she helps millions of people with intimacy issues in their relationships. Enjoy my interview with Mrs. Susan Bratton. FOR MATURE AUDIEN…
 
Ingrid Berthon-Moine is a French visual artist based in London. Multi disciplinary artist, her work examines the construction of identity and its behavioural consequences in our society. She graduated from a Master of Fine Art at Goldsmiths University in London in 2017. In 2020, she created the online project @lackitlikeit where she interviews womx…
 
In her performances, sculptures, photographic works and video installations Margret Wibmer explores relations between bodies, objects and spaces. Using ambiguity and the principle of chance as a methodology to deconstruct internalized processes, norms and values deeply embedded within our societies, she creates transient ‘realities’ that explore ne…
 
Mandy Morrison, Ridgewood, Queens, NY 2021 Mandy Morrison’s process explores how the body projects itself in varying contexts. Her particular focus is on physicality; its expression, and how it’s capacity for agency and mobilization is affected by colonized or corporatized structures. With a practice that straddles between Baltimore and New York, s…
 
There are some individuals, and one in particular, in the online space, claiming to be a high-value man and explaining what he thinks are their characteristics. In this solo episode, Louis Morris, Relationship Coach of Louis Morris Coaching, clarifies that the definition of a high-value man is being grossly misrepresented. Follow me on Instagram: @…
 
Cellist extraordinaire talks his distinguished career as a studio musician in Hollywood and his many collaborations with John Williams, including his exquisite solo playing for such scores as Angela’s Ashes, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Memoirs of a Geisha and Munich, offering precious thoughts about the Maestro’s music and his creative process wi…
 
Photo by Michelle Äärlaht Alias Trate is a London-based outsider artist, working under a pseudonym that refers to the human traits he paints. He employs a haunting childlike aesthetic to chronicle stark elements of the human condition through traceable brush strokes and distorted physical forms. His evocative canvases marry lightness of colour and …
 
Men have been telling women, "You're intimidating." I have to address this issue. Know! Real men are not intimated by men, women, or children. If a man is intimidated by a woman, he does not have the characteristics of manhood or lacks in some areas of manhood. I will use language and common sense to prove this point. Follow me on Instagram: @louis…
 
Lynn Herring at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art Born in Chicago to a working-class family, Lynn Herring came to New York in her 20’s to pursue a career as an advertising art director and to develop her studio practice as a visual artist in the city that produced many of the contemporary artists that inspired her. Living in the NYC metropolitan area…
 
Susan L. Aberth is the Edith C. Blum Professor of the Art History and Visual Culture Program at Bard College. She received her M.A. from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and her Ph.D. from the Graduate Center, City University of New York. In addition to her 2004 book Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art (Lund Humphries), …
 
Photo by Elizabeth Bick Artist and Curator of the Every Woman Biennial: C. Finley, based in New York City and Rome, is known for her elaborate paintings and intense use of color, monumental murals, multi-disciplinary collaborations, and her activism through urban art interventions, including her acclaimed Wallpapered Dumpsters. As the creator of th…
 
Her first marriage was to a man addicted to porn. His addiction led to him and his wife being blackmailed out of their fortune. The second husband, the feds raided their home for child pornography. Nancy never lost hope, and never stopped working to repair herself. Now she is married to a wonderful man and is the founder and CEO of Stonebrook Publi…
 
Kevin O’Brien is a Brisbane based architect. In 2018 he joined BVN as a Principal, becoming part of one of Australia’s largest and most highly acclaimed architectural practices. In 2017 he became the Professor of Creative Practice at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. He is a former Board member of La Boite…
 
An-My Lê lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Lê received her BA from Stanford University and a Master of Fine Arts from the Yale University School of Art. She is the Charles Franklin Kellogg and Grace E. Ramsey Kellogg Professor in the Arts at Bard College, New York, where she has taught since 1999. In addition to her survey exhibition, On Conte…
 
The podcast is based on a clubhouse room conversation a few days ago. The subject of the room was: How To Pursue and Find A Wife. Then, two of the women asked why it is so difficult to get men to open up and be vulnerable. This is Louis's take on this very informative conversation. Follow Louis on Instagram: @louis_morris_coaching Check Out Louis's…
 
David Daut Makala is a self-taught artist born in 1983 Lusaka, Zambia. Makala is known for his versatility with materials manifesting in sculpture, painting, printmaking, digital art and performance. He considers his studio practice a form of research space where thoughts and ideas gather resulting in exquisite pieces of art. For David, the process…
 
In Louis's final podcast of June, he gives 3 things that should be considered when looking for a long-term intimate companion. 1. Attractiveness: It's more than meets the eye. 2. Belief In God: It should be speech and actions. 3. Passion, Goals, and Ambition: Self-explanatory. Follow Louis on Instagram @ louis_morris_coaching for daily relationship…
 
Autumn Wallace (b. 1996, Philadelphia, PA) is a visual artist who works across media to create paintings and sculptures that examine human sexuality, gender, and the black femme experience.Influenced by early 90’s cartoons, Byzantine aesthetics, Baroque Style, and what Wallace describes as “low-quality adult materials”, Wallace’s work generates a s…
 
MATTILDA BERNSTEIN SYCAMORE is most recently the author of The Freezer Door, a New York Times Editors’ Choice, one of Oprah Magazine’s Best LGBTQ Books of 2020, and a finalist for the PEN/Jean Stein Book Award.Her previous nonfiction title, The End of San Francisco, won a Lambda Literary Award, and her novel Sketchtasy was one of NPR’s Best Books o…
 
Shingo Francis is an artist and painter who employ a minimal and abstract approach to his work to explore color, time and expanse. He has a keen appreciation for how these elements shape our perceptions.Shingo Francis grew up between California and Japan, two locations that inform his work and practice. Through the process of compositional reductio…
 
The esteemed Soundtrack Producer discusses two classic John Williams' film scores recently released: Steven Spielberg's 1989 aviation drama Always and Robert Altman's 1972 cult classic Images Hosted by Maurizio Caschetto and Tim Burden As we reach the middle point of 2021, fans and admirers of John Williams have more than a reason to be happy and c…
 
Marco Casagrande, Finland, ShenzhenMarco Casagrande (born 1971) graduated from the Helsinki University of Technology Department of Architecture in 2001. From the early stages of his career Casagrande started to mix architecture with other disciplines of art and science landing with a series of ecologically conscious architectural installations arou…
 
This word is being thrown around a lot these days. Unfortunately, in most cases, it is impossible for people to mean it. Why? Because love is based on knowledge, and it dictates actions. If these two things don't exist, it can't be love. Louis elaborates on this briefly in this solo podcast. Follow Louis on Instagram @ louis_morris_coaching for dai…
 
Ward Shelley works as an artist in New York and Connecticut. He is interested in constructed worlds and intersecting narratives; how they create, mediate and inform each other. He wants to know how things really work.Shelley specializes in large projects that freely mix architecture and performance. For more than a decade, he has been collaborating…
 
This week, relationship coach Louis Morris discusses some recent Wall Street Journal statistics about couples who have been together for decades separating. Louis gives some reason why he believes these statistics have risen. Follow Louis on Instagram @ louis_morris_coaching Join his Facebook Group: Finding Your Groove Check out all that Louis Morr…
 
Carl Berg has been a curator and gallery director for almost thirty years. He is the founder/director of PRJCTLA a new alternate gallery in downtown Los Angeles. He has owned galleries in Los Angeles and Amsterdam and has worked as a curator organizing over 150 exhibitions in Los Angeles, Berlin, Seoul, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rotterdam and elsewhere.He…
 
Distinguished author Steven C. Smith and composer & conductor William Stromberg discuss the lineage that connects John Williams and the great composers of the Golden Age of Hollywood, including Bernard Herrmann and Max Steiner John Williams is the film composer who, more than any other, was able to take the great tradition of the Golden Age of Holl…
 
Meet the certified Heart Math Practioner and author of You Are Enough Ms. Michelle Jacob. We discussed how she discovered Heart Math, and about the birth of her book. You can get in touch with Michelle by going to her website: Rewiring Minds. Com Or, via Instagram @ rewiring_minds Reach out to Louis via Instagram @ louis_morris_coaching Or by going…
 
Lisa Le Feuvre at Spiral Jetty by Robert SmithsonLisa Le Feuvre is a curator, writer, and editor. She is inaugural Executive Director of Holt/Smithson Foundation, an artist-endowed foundation dedicated to the creative legacies of artists Nancy Holt (1938-2014) and Robert Smithson (1938-73). Between 2010 and 2017 Le Feuvre was Head of Sculpture Stud…
 
Brittany M. Watkins (b.1989) is an interdisciplinary artist based in the Southern United States. Her practice examines contemporary society through a lens of psycho-analysis and social critique as she moves between a range of media. From immersive installation to hyper edited video-performances, her intuitive (subconscious) process mirrors the push…
 
Working in the border territory between abstraction and representation, James Esber uses a variety of media to disassemble and distort the emotionally charged and often clichéd images of Americana. The characters he’s drawn to, pawed-over icons of popular culture, include things like gunslingers, flag-wavers, dimpled children holding flowers, deadb…
 
Artist Bisa Butler at the Art Institute of Chicago. phot: John J. Kim.Bisa Butler was born in Orange, NJ, the daughter of a college president and a French teacher. She was raised in South Orange and the youngest of four siblings. Butler's artistic talent was first recognized at the age of four, when she won a blue ribbon in an art competition.Forma…
 
This solo episode of The Heart Matters is about me reflecting on the condition my heart was in, and how I have to take better care of it inwardly and outwardly. Follow me on Instagram @ louis_morris_coaching for daily relationship tips and advice. Join My New Facebook Group: Finding Your Groove to share relationship issues. For Only $10 the 4 Video…
 
photo by Jamie CarrRebecca Bryant creates danceworks that combine movement with text, video, and objects. Originally trained in visual art, Bryant’s dances emphasize improvisational methods and performative states, as well as non-hierarchical collaboration across disciplines. Bryant has shown her work in 26 US states and in Canada, Mexico, Colombia…
 
Benjamin Bertocci lives with his small family and has been working out of his studio in Queens, New York since 2005. He was raised in Stockbridge Massachusetts, and attended Bard College at Simon’s Rock, UMASS Amherst, and worked as Visiting Assistant professor of Printmaking at Southern Illinois University.He primarily shows with VonAmmonco Galler…
 
Legendary flutist talks her incredible career as a performing artist, the legacy of her own musical family, the phenomenal streak of work as a studio musician in Hollywood and her many collaborations with John Williams on such iconic scores as Hook, Jurassic Park, War Horse and many others. Flutist Louise Di Tullio is one of the true icons among th…
 
This solo episode is based on a question I recently asked a couple, "What are your plans professionally and personally over the next six months?" The wife replied, "What does that have to do with our marriage?" I was taken aback by this response because growth and goodness require planning. This is my reply to that conversation. Follow me on Instag…
 
Christy Gastphoto credit: Keil Troisi(Amenia, New York) is an artist based in New York whose sculptures and video installations focus on issues of politics and aesthetics with regard to landscape. Her work has been exhibited at MoMA/P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Performa, Exit Art and Artist’s Space in New York, Perez Art Museum of Miami, Bass Mus…
 
This is one I had on the shelf. Couldn't get to my shelf from my hospital bed, so I decided to dust it off now. In this solo podcast, I ask the question, "What did you learn from your first break-up. I reflect on the lessons I learned and I talk a little bit about why this question is important. For more relationship tips and advice follow me on In…
 
Marta Popivoda (Berlin/Belgrade) is a filmmaker, video artist, and researcher. Her work explores tensions between memory and history, collective and individual bodies, as well as ideology and everyday life, with a focus on antifascist and feminist potentialities of the Yugoslav socialist project. She cherishes collective practice in art-making and …
 
Cristina Mejías (Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, 1986) We have become accustomed to preconceiving the academic world as the legitimate container and transmitter of knowledge. We have the luxury of being able to forget something because we can always retrieve it from books. But here it is not enough to simply dry a leaf and store it in a herbarium, bec…
 
Los Angeles-based Italian composer Antonio Di Iorio has written the logo music for The Legacy of John Williams website and podcast show. From now on, the title theme will open the episodes of the podcast show and the future audio and video special features. Antonio Di Iorio is a Los Angeles based award-winning composer for film, TV and concert hall…
 
Zeren Oruc is an independent curator based in Belgrade, Serbia, and Istanbul, Turkey. Her curatorial practice revolves around the environment, comparative cultural analysis, and intercultural communication through art. To reflect on the current artistic structures and social issues that art tackles, she tends to take an innovative and multidiscipli…
 
Christine Suárez is a choreographer, performer, educator and community activist based in Los Angeles. Born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in Baton Rouge Louisiana, she founded Suarez Dance Theater in 2003. They create at the intersection of collaborative dance-making and community outreach. Their work has been seen in theaters, parks, classrooms …
 
Photo by Audrey KingKimberly Brooks is a contemporary American artist and author of The New Oil Painting with Chronicle Books. She is known for her portraits and landscapes in series addressing identity and memory (“Mom’s Friends”, “The Stylist Project”, “I Notice People Disappear”.) Her paintings have been exhibited and featured internationally. H…
 
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