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Art Grind Podcast

Dina Brodsky, Marshall Jones, Sophia Kayafas and Tun Myaing
CareersBusinessArtsVisual Arts

Art Grind is a podcast for and about artists, art lovers and art professionals. It is a social practice of giving back to the art community of which we are a part and explores the process, content, concept and motivation behind art making of both established and emerging artists and the people who bring that art to a wider audience. We are artists ourselves and wear many hats, including curation, art writing and art teaching. We share a passion for authentic and skilled art making, be it trained or self-taught. Whether in the studio, on your lunch hour or chilling out after a long day of hustle, have a listen while we explore, along with our guests, the backstories of what we fondly call “the art grind”.

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Latest Episodes

On this episode of the Art Grind Podcast, Dina Brodsky and Marshall Jones are joined by fascinating artist Raoof Haghighi. Based in England, Haghighi traces his roots from Iran, his upbringing and development as a self-taught painter and his lifes jo... more

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Join New York based legend Burton Silverman as hosts Dina Brodsky and Marshall Jones take a journey through the artists long and storied past, his approach to creating and his experience through the lens of a respected instructor, painter and illustr... more

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The Art Grind hosts Marshall Jones and Sophia Kayafas explores Colin Chillags path as an artist. Colin is known for mixing high and low brow cultures with hyperrealism and abstraction in his artwork. Find the story here on the Art Grind podcast. more

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Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars from 176 ratings
  • Colin Chillag ruined it

    There are some good episodes but seriously with Colin Chillag? The entire episode consists of some racist dog whistle ideas he’s repeating from the alt right which isn’t questioned or pushed back in any way. Mostly it sounds like a 13 year old attempting to repeat Jordan Peterson ideas and doing it very poorly with no nuance or understanding. So, sure this guy is really off but the hosts do an awful job trying to get it back to art or pushing back on the incredibly racist alt right ideas. Have a... more

    Apple Podcasts
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    ClevelandFrowns
    United Statesa month ago
  • Art Grinders!

    Fantastic to listen to this! I have learned so much already… Hope it will carry on forever. Thanks guys.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    IckyCraby
    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Let the guest artists speak uninterrupted!

    I tried to listen to a few of these. They have wonderful guests, and the casual vibe is nice. But listeners are tuning in to hear the guest artists — not the podcasters. There is too much interruption after a question has been asked. It's disrepectful to the guest and annoying to the listener.

    Apple Podcasts
    2
    ecbpdx
    United States4 months ago
  • Finally a good art podcast

    I love this pod. The range of guests are right up my street and the hosts always ask just the right questions.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Alexmay57
    United Kingdom5 months ago
  • Like music to my artistic ears

    Listened to Justin Hopkins being interviewed, (sorry, I left out part of his name…) but did not leave out LOVING listening to how he thinks. As an artist it is manna from heaven to hear so openly and personally, and so concisely about his process, feelings, impetus to create. I’m a fan and will be listening to Marshall and Dina more.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    anns.wworld
    United States6 months ago

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