Championing the Voices of Artist Parents with Hettie Judah
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
4d ago
Welcome to another episode of Women United ART PODCAST, today with Hettie Judah - chief art critic on the British daily paper The i, a regular contributor to The Guardian’s arts pages, and a columnist for Apollo magazine. She writes for Frieze, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, ArtReview and other publications with 'art' in the title, and is a contributing editor to The Plant magazine. Following publication of her 2020 study on the impact of motherhood on artists’ careers, in 2021 she worked with a group of artists to draw up the manifesto How Not To Exclude Artist Parents, now available in 15 lang ..read more
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Honouring the Past, Embracing the Present with Yvadney Davis
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
1M ago
In this pre-Christmas episode, Mona chats with Yvadney Davis - a self-taught visual artist and stylist who focuses her art practice around cultural heritage and the link between the past and the future. Yvadney's work is a tribute to the Windrush Generation as she explores the black British Caribbean identity. It is characterized by bright colours and bold brush strokes combined with mid-century wallpaper of her granparents‘ generation. She’s also the winner of Women United ART PRIZE 2022 | Painting and Drawing category. Listen to the ladies as they talk about Yvadney's journey into the art ..read more
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Breaking Barriers with Ms. Jolí
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
1M ago
We are super excited to share this new episode of Women United ART PODCAST, in which Mona had the absolute pleasure to interview Ms. Jolí, an Executive Creative Director at BLKArthouse - a US-based social enterprise dedicated to increasing access and representation of Black artists. She is also the host of Love Is Freedom: A Black Woman’s Podcast, a dancer and choreographer, and a mother of two. Join the ladies as they chat about Ms. Jolí's journey into the world of art, her mission as well as the work she does with BLKArthouse. Ms. Jolí @sistaswhodance Love Is Freedom: A Black Woman's Podca ..read more
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Trusting Your Journey with Juliana Naufel
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
In this fun and inspiring episode, Mona chats with Juliana Naufel, a Brazilian visual artist, mentor and co-founder of Photo Trouvée Magazine. Juliana uses affection as her primary subject. Her artworks are strongly influenced by the healing aspect of embroidering photographs as a way of making amends with the past.  Her mission with her artistic practice and mentoring is reminding us to prioritize the things in life that bring us hope and peace, and encourage our cognizance of the little things in life that make us unique, once we are all here to stand out. Listen to the ladies as they ..read more
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Between Philosophy and Art with Sasha Zeiger
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
New episode of Women United ART PODCAST is here! Join Mona as she interviews Sasha Zeiger, a self-taught artist based in Philadelphia, PA, who specializes in fusing art and philosophy. Listen to the ladies as they chat about Sasha's art company, Surface by Sasha, that was founded in 2019, and through which she embarked on a committed promise to revive ancient philosophy into a new, modern medium. Sasha is currently exploring subjectivity as authenticity, a theme prevalent in her debut novel, "The Tower of Theo," where the themes of revelation, love, and forgiveness are also explored philosoph ..read more
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Scissors, Glue and Getting Wilder with Elyse' Jokinen
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
New episode of Women United ART PODCAST is here and we can't wait for you to listen to Mona and Elyse' as they discuss the world of collage and the art of motherhood! Elyse' Jokinen is a self-taught visual artist that began creating collage at a young age. At the start of 2020, she was plugged into the online artist community and was blown away by the connection and beauty she found there.  It wasn't long before her own creative community Wilder Collage was born. Through her work Elyse' strives to create a space of deeper connection with opportunities for artists to share and grow ..read more
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Raising Awareness about Mental Health with Daniela Raytchev
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
This new episode of Women United ART PODCAST is very special to Mona as she interviews her great friend Daniela Raytchev, a is Slovakian/ Bulgarian contemporary artist currently residing in London, United Kingdom.  Daniela's personal experience and observation of human psyche have been a continuous source of inspiration for her work.  Her paintings and sculpture are bold, at times ironic and feminine yet feminist. Her work depicts conflicts within, enquires about social stigmas, especially with regards to mental health and equal rights, and promotes honesty and positive message that ..read more
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Owning Your Passions with Erica Paredes
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
New episode is out, and we are beyond thrilled to keep introducing more and more inspiring women with various backgrounds and interests! Today, Rachel Le Roux speaks to Erica Paredes, a Filipina writer and beauty editor turned chef and restaurant owner in Paris, France. Erica's always been fond of cooking for family and friends. Her passion inspired her to take the leap of faith, move to France, attend a culinary school and become a professional chef. Following her calling, she succeeded in creating a special modern venue full of tastes, 90s hip hop music and mouth-watering heavenly menu. Li ..read more
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Catharsis through Music with Marina Elderton aka E L D R
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
This week, we are super excited about introducing E L D R, who is the machination of solo artist and award-winning composer for film Marina Elderton. Acclaimed by Wonderland Magazine for her "raw and unapologetic approach to tune crafting", her critically praised debut EP was supported by the PRS Women Make Music Foundation. A scholar from the National Film and Television School, her original film soundtrack credits include the BAFTA nominated Poly Styrene: I AM A CLICHE (Sky Arts/ Modern Films), Sudden Death: My Sister’s Silent Killer (BBC), Such Small Hands (Film4), and forthcoming feature ..read more
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Launch It Now with Gita Joshi and Mona Lerch
Women United ART PODCAST
by Mona Lerch
2M ago
In today's episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with Gita Joshi, an independent art curator, author of a bestselling book Show Your Art - How to build an art career without a gallery,  and the founder of The Curator's Salon and Art Seen Magazine. We got together to discuss and introduce our brand new program Launch It Now, a 10-week accelerator program that focuses on refining project ideas, working through the prep stages and, eventually, launching. This program is for all multipassionate creatives who are excited about bringing their projects to the world but find themselves stuck t ..read more
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