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Who ARTed: Weekly Art History for All Ages

Kyle Wood
HistoryArtsVisual Arts

Art is for everyone and Who ARTed makes art history accessible for anyone who enjoys exploring visual arts in an audio medium. We mix a bit of humor with adequate research to tell the story behind the works and surprising facts that make the visual arts more interesting and relatable for everyone. With a strengths-based approach to art analysis, the goal of every episode is to find the good. Art is the product of human creativity. The capacity to think symbolically and express ourselves creatively is what makes humans special. It is how and why we got out of the trees. Art is a form of visual communication that helps us relate to others, understand our past, our present and envision a better future. Who ARTed is dedicated to equity celebrating the achievements of artists of all cultures. We appreciate artistry in all of its forms. From Leonardo da Vinci to Lego designers, Who ARTed is here to help you recognize the genius in all art forms one piece at a time. Hosted by Kyle Wood, a vis... more


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4.7 out of 5 stars from 29 ratings
  • A great listen to learn!

    I am not a particularly “artsy” person, but I love learning about the beauty of the world. I love this podcast because Kyle explores all types of art - not just the traditional. It’s a great listen for anyone interested in expanding their knowledge!

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    United States2 months ago
  • Art history for all ages

    Very informative in a casual, entertaining manner.

    Apple Podcasts
    Scottsdale artist
    United States2 months ago
  • Who ARTed is just the right length to keep my attention. Art should be accessible for everyone, and in this Podcast it does just that. I'm comfortable letting students listen to it but not embarrassed it will come off juvenile and recommend it to adults.

    2 months ago
  • If you’re going to be a snob at least be funny or insightful.

    I can forgive a lot of personality quirks of a host if they’re funny or insightful. But when you’re just a snob, it becomes a real drag to listen to.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada3 months ago
  • Art History

    Fun show and great host. Great approach to introducing artists and the history surrounding their work and impact. Kyle’s educator-approach to the pod satisfies the student of history (and art) in me.

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