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Each week day RN Arts programs zoom in on a specific area of art and culture, brought to you by a specialist presenter. Subscribe to their podcasts separately by searching by name in your podcasting app.

Latest Episodes

Black is King/ Nothing is good/ Swan is meme

BW + BL explore Beyonce's new visual album, Black is King with artist Atong Atem, contemplate how to do nothing with Jenny Odell and rate themselves on a scale of bemused to exasperated on the "Which Jonathan Swan are you today?" mood board

54 MIN21 h ago
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Black is King/ Nothing is good/ Swan is meme

Fantastical and symbolic realities

We speak to an Emmy nominated cinematographer on HBO's superhero series Watchmen, and guest critics discuss two standout offerings screening as part of Melbourne International Film Festival's online event that kicks off this week.

54 MIN1 d ago
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Fantastical and symbolic realities

Body talk: Julie Rrap's creative journey around the female form

Artist Julie Rrap has been preoccupied with the female body since the 1980s, so what is her take on the changing politics of the body happening in visual art right now? Painter Ash Keating tells us about his favourite tool of the trade - the fire extinguisher! - as part of our Artist's Tools series. Plus, an artist couple who turned lockdown into video art.

54 MIN2 d ago
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Body talk: Julie Rrap's creative journey around the female form

Dr Jekyll and Mr Wildhorn

We revisit some highlights from our time as theatregoers, including our encounter with the 'critic proof' Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn. Also, Anthony Warlow performs, Bangarra dancer Beau Dean Riley Smith shares his Top Shelf and we pay tribute to dance educator Athol Willoughby.

54 MIN3 d ago
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Dr Jekyll and Mr Wildhorn

Love and Les Mis with Roddy Doyle and Kester Grant

Irish novelist Roddy Doyle on Love, Vogel winner KM Kruimink has a writer’s hotline and Les Misérables inspired fantasy fiction.

53 MIN4 d ago
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Love and Les Mis with Roddy Doyle and Kester Grant

My rights as a living woman

BL + BW explore 28 days of white supremacy with Layla F Saad , author of Me and White Supremacy and decode Taylor Swift's surprise album drop, Folklore with writer and self confessed Swiftie Kaitlyn Blythe

54 MIN1 w ago
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My rights as a living woman

Corruption, hipsters and Hitchcock

Colombian directorFranco Lollitalks about casting his own mother in his intelligent relationship drama Litigante. Cinematographer Jonathan Furmanski on his work behind the camera on hipster hit Search Party, and academic Bruce Isaacs has explored Hitchcock's notion of 'pure cinema.'

53 MIN1 w ago
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Corruption, hipsters and Hitchcock

An African Australian art collective making space where there was none

Areej Nur co-founded Still Nomads to create room for the wealth of artistic talent in the African diasporic community. She tells us why it's been such a success and what it exposes in Australia's art scene. Plus, how are artists who are parents making work right now, especially during a pandemic?

54 MIN1 w ago
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An African Australian art collective making space where there was none

The unusual choreography of dancer Shelley Lasica

Shelley Lasica grew up in a home filled by modern dance, thanks to her pioneering mother Margaret. For thirty years Shelley has gone on to push the boundaries of what contemporary dance is and where it can be staged. Plus, the State Theatre Company of SA brings a new Decameron, written for the age of COVID-19. And could you be moved, amused, entranced by the performance of a robot actor?

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The unusual choreography of dancer Shelley Lasica

Kate Grenville and Julie Janson's different takes on Australian history

Two novelists, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous, talk about the same period of Australia's colonial history.

54 MIN1 w ago
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Kate Grenville and Julie Janson's different takes on Australian history

Latest Episodes

Black is King/ Nothing is good/ Swan is meme

BW + BL explore Beyonce's new visual album, Black is King with artist Atong Atem, contemplate how to do nothing with Jenny Odell and rate themselves on a scale of bemused to exasperated on the "Which Jonathan Swan are you today?" mood board

54 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Black is King/ Nothing is good/ Swan is meme

Fantastical and symbolic realities

We speak to an Emmy nominated cinematographer on HBO's superhero series Watchmen, and guest critics discuss two standout offerings screening as part of Melbourne International Film Festival's online event that kicks off this week.

54 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Fantastical and symbolic realities

Body talk: Julie Rrap's creative journey around the female form

Artist Julie Rrap has been preoccupied with the female body since the 1980s, so what is her take on the changing politics of the body happening in visual art right now? Painter Ash Keating tells us about his favourite tool of the trade - the fire extinguisher! - as part of our Artist's Tools series. Plus, an artist couple who turned lockdown into video art.

54 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Body talk: Julie Rrap's creative journey around the female form

Dr Jekyll and Mr Wildhorn

We revisit some highlights from our time as theatregoers, including our encounter with the 'critic proof' Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn. Also, Anthony Warlow performs, Bangarra dancer Beau Dean Riley Smith shares his Top Shelf and we pay tribute to dance educator Athol Willoughby.

54 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Dr Jekyll and Mr Wildhorn

Love and Les Mis with Roddy Doyle and Kester Grant

Irish novelist Roddy Doyle on Love, Vogel winner KM Kruimink has a writer’s hotline and Les Misérables inspired fantasy fiction.

53 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Love and Les Mis with Roddy Doyle and Kester Grant

My rights as a living woman

BL + BW explore 28 days of white supremacy with Layla F Saad , author of Me and White Supremacy and decode Taylor Swift's surprise album drop, Folklore with writer and self confessed Swiftie Kaitlyn Blythe

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
My rights as a living woman

Corruption, hipsters and Hitchcock

Colombian directorFranco Lollitalks about casting his own mother in his intelligent relationship drama Litigante. Cinematographer Jonathan Furmanski on his work behind the camera on hipster hit Search Party, and academic Bruce Isaacs has explored Hitchcock's notion of 'pure cinema.'

53 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Corruption, hipsters and Hitchcock

An African Australian art collective making space where there was none

Areej Nur co-founded Still Nomads to create room for the wealth of artistic talent in the African diasporic community. She tells us why it's been such a success and what it exposes in Australia's art scene. Plus, how are artists who are parents making work right now, especially during a pandemic?

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
An African Australian art collective making space where there was none

The unusual choreography of dancer Shelley Lasica

Shelley Lasica grew up in a home filled by modern dance, thanks to her pioneering mother Margaret. For thirty years Shelley has gone on to push the boundaries of what contemporary dance is and where it can be staged. Plus, the State Theatre Company of SA brings a new Decameron, written for the age of COVID-19. And could you be moved, amused, entranced by the performance of a robot actor?

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The unusual choreography of dancer Shelley Lasica

Kate Grenville and Julie Janson's different takes on Australian history

Two novelists, one Indigenous and one non-Indigenous, talk about the same period of Australia's colonial history.

54 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Kate Grenville and Julie Janson's different takes on Australian history
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