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Going to a conservatory is the initial step every art student must take. Those who love to perform benefit from giving dance or instrumental conservatories a try. Likewise, visual arts and music are good choices for people with a knack for the classics. With so many conservatories out there, it is easy to specialize in a particular art form. If you want to enter a conservatory but still have doubts about doing so, this is the perfect podcast for you. Welcome to Art School Insiders, a show th ...
 
The mission of Art School Advantage is to help prospective students and their parents, current studenTs, and graduates develop their personal, life-long advantage in the form of saving money, saving time, and avoid pitfalls by making highly-informed decisions, before attending, while attending, and after graduating from an art or design school, college or program.
 
This is a series of podcast from the Ruskin School of Art. The Ruskin, as it is known, is the Fine Art Department of the University of Oxford. In an intimate and dynamic environment, the school gathers together cutting edge contemporary artists and art theorists with some of the brightest and most creative art students. Fine Art is taught as a living element of contemporary culture with a broad range of historical and theoretical references. Comprising both a flourishing undergraduate progra ...
 
In June 2013 pupils from Barrow Hill Junior School worked with the members of Royal Collection Trust's Learning team and children's author Bridget Crowley to develop their own talks about a number of their favourite pieces from the In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion exhibition at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace. The children visited the exhibition to choose a painting or object to research and drafted five scripts highlighting what it was about those objects and painti ...
 
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Did you ever wonder why OCSA shows are so much better in quality by high school standards? In this episode, Alex and Lannea give us a backstage and onstage look of what life is like for an OCSA student. They share some details around what shows they have performed, what kind of training they receive to ace their roles, and how all that helps to mak…
 
We've talked about the arts and theater and the performances here at OSCA, but for today's episode, Lannea and Alex get into what the academic side of OSCA looks like. From skill-level-based classes, and unique grading systems, to subjects and electives, the two hosts have got you covered. Plus, find out about which academic teams you can join and …
 
It’s Pride Month! For this episode, Lannea and Alex discuss OSCA Pride and the different activities available to celebrate The LGBTQ+ Community. The two dive deeper into discussing sexuality and the acceptance of different identities in society and why the education-based culture in OSCA makes it such a welcoming space for people in the community. …
 
Lannea and Alex give a breakdown on the many OCSA Instagram Accounts, both official and student-made. From student activities, basic info, clubs, confessionals, ships, memes, even liminal spaces, they’ve got you covered. Also, get your dose of serotonin from Laney as she shares some confessions from one of the OCSA Instagram accounts. To find out m…
 
The Orange County School of the Arts is home to many conservatories. This can obviously lead into a bunch of stereotypes for each conservatory. Lannea and Alex explore the different stereotypes in the school. Discover all the stereotypes from the chaotic Visual Art student to the quiet but cool Instrumental student. Find out what Lannea and Alex ar…
 
OCSA, or the Orange County School of Arts, is an award-winning arts school founded in 1987 by Dr. Ralph Opacic. From a small after-school arts program, it has grown into one of the premier arts schools in the nation. Today, Lannea and Alex talk about the admissions process at OCSA and share their experiences going through admissions and getting acc…
 
Hello! Julia joins us to on this episode to talk about modelling, social media culture, and her experience navigating the industry. We continue on to chat about the beauty standard, freelance work, signing under an agency, and model associations.Julia also talks about her online vintage shop Fits Ya Good and her affinity for vintage clothing and sp…
 
On this episode we sit down with Isabelle of Fools & Foes and chat about the local band scene. She talks about what it's like as a female musician here in the Philippines as well as the band's history and being labeled "Math Rock." Our conversation also touches briefly on her secret love for writing fiction and her reluctance on sharing her work be…
 
First thing's first, I'd like to apologize about the sudden jump in audio around the 50 minute mark, I fucked up and had the wrong settings on the recorder. Which I'm real bummed out about because I've been looking forward to this episode for almost 10 months now.On this episode I sit down with Raniel of Wednesday. He was actually the first person …
 
The goal for this season is to branch out into a more broad spectrum of thought and conversations. And one way we're attempting to achieve that is by inviting guest who are involved in more esoteric activities. This episode is a prime example of that. We sit down with Lois, the Millennial Manghuhula. She talks us through what tarot really is and di…
 
On this episode of the show, we sit down with Ice & Therese of Welcome to the Struggle; a newly founded streetwear brand here in Manila. We discuss the struggles of pursuing dreams and the hardships that go hand in hand with putting yourself out there, specifically within a creative field.I wanted to have them on the show because I thought their pe…
 
On the show this week we have Perry, a manila-based photographer. We talk about his fascination with Japanese photographers like Masahisa Fukase and Nobuyoshi Araki and how they influence and inspire his own creative philosophy and process when taking photographs. Aside from photography, we talk a bit about the Japanese anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventu…
 
On this episode of Art School Taught Me, we talk with multi-medium creative and aspiring fashion designer Aaliyah. We go in depth on the entire creative process; from the initial conceptualization and theme, to inspirations, materials, and techniques required to produce an overall aesthetically cohesive collection.Aaliyah on her collection: "It all…
 
Today on Art School Taught Me, we talk with graphic designer and illustrator Raxenne of Plus 63 Design Co. We chat about her illustration process, design inspirations, her affinity for flora and fauna and how she incorporates it into her signature illustrative style. We also discuss at length Hydra Design Group and the four companies that make it u…
 
Hello! On this episode I sit down and chat with DJ/Producer Pamcy! We talk about production, her musical influences, volunteering, and her upcoming album BINIBINI, releasing July 30th. Though an introvert, Pamcy loves the feeling of playing in front of people. We also briefly touch on her collaborative project DanCy with her friend Dani who plays l…
 
On this episode we sit down with architect Arts of One Zero Design Co. He talks about how geometry influenced his design style. He invited us to his studio in Escolta where we recorded this episode. Just with the short period of timeI had talking with him, I could feel the sense of drive and passion he has for this city; the yearning for a better M…
 
We're back! After an almost 2 month hiatus, Art School Taught Me returns with Season 2 of Conversations with Creatives here in Manila.On this episode we sit down with aspiring photographer and filmmaker, Hix. We discuss her views on film vs. digital photography, as well as her recent shift into filmmaking. Our conversation covers most aspects of pr…
 
How does it feel to return to somewhere you have never been?This is the overarching theme of Meatfist's thesis; an introspective exploration on the identity people that have grown up outside of their birth country and inevitably feel like outsiders when they return.We kept it focused; discussing only a select few topics. Thanks for listening!…
 
Episode 90 focuses on the Internet. Mac (Asshulz) and Czae (Crispy Panda) are multidisciplinary artists from LB who use the Internet to their advantage. In this age of instant and unlimited information, we often take for granted the resources available to us and fail to use them to their fullest. Sitting down with these two, I've grown to understan…
 
Meow! This week, I had the privilege of sitting down with the 2018 Philippines Coffee in Good Spirits Champion and cat lover, Yassie!As someone new to the Third Wave coffee scene, this was a particularly informative and educational episode. Yassie takes us on her coffee journey starting from the beginning, working at Caffe Bene then moving to Toby'…
 
On this episode of Art School Taught Me, I sit down with Visual Artist/DJ Andi! As per usual, the conversation jumps sporadically from topic to topic ranging from how creative courses are taught here in Manila to breaking into the DJ scene to the trauma of Catholic school to not putting out your own work in fear of being judged by your peers. We ev…
 
Hi! It took a while, but we did it. I finally managed to get some filmmakers on the show! On this episode we delve into all things film; from the process of making one to the experience of watching one. We tackle the topic of cinema from all sides; beginning with our opinion on remakes then shifting to some of our favorite films. Then the discussio…
 
The experimentation continues. Today's setting: Toby's Estate. Today's guest: Javier aka Lui. aka Papa Jawnz aka rocket_fries.On this episode, Javier shares how he got into music and we delve deeper into Manila's DJ scene. We also touch on Transit, Cosmic Sonic Arts, Fête de la Musique, and local Filipino streetwear brands. Towards the latter end o…
 
I decided to start this one from the clap as to quickly immerse you, the listener, into the sporadic and often times loud episode. Bea and I cover a wide array of topics ranging from her modeling experience to teaching to illustration art to k-pop to gory movies like the Saw franchise and The Human Centipede.We recorded this episode at Yardstick Co…
 
Today we find ourselves in Alabang. Joining me on this episode is graphic designer and animator Agu as well as illustrator and industrial designer Dana! This episode tackles a plethora of topics ranging from animation to package design to that one time that one dude cut off three of his fingers in shop class. All of this quality conversation in a n…
 
Another week, another episode! This time we have the very talented Tamia AKA Grrl Cloud on the show! We talk in depth about her origin stories as a musician and film photographer. We also geek out about our mutual admiration for Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love.Around the 14:30 mark, Tamia mentions a gig she recently had at Grrl Gang's anniversa…
 
Back-to-back episodes at Poison Coffee & Doughnuts! Where's the sponsorship? The background noise on this one is a bit loud. Sorry.On this episode, I talk with portrait photographer Nico about social media fame, the art world, and Superbad. I also attempt to recall a this quote from Picasso, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain a…
 
This is the fifth installment in the series. It is also a #MILESTONE! On this episode, I sit down with multimedia artist Marian aka the PINK KOMIKERA herself! We talk about the local indie comics as well as that one night she and her work friends "ended up crashing a movie shoot at this sketchy alleyway where there was a costume shop and guys chopp…
 
On this episode of Art School Taught Me, I sit down with DJ/Producery o u n g s l e e p y b o i and we discuss the current landscape of music here in the Philippines. We also delve into his creative process and artistic growth s a producer and DJ, beginning with Vaporwave then shifting to Future Funk and then eventually Chill, Lo-Fi beats. We also …
 
Hello! It's been a while. I apologize. But at last, the first episode of the Manila series is live! I knew that during my time here I wanted to produce some episodes for the podcast. And I knew that I didn't want to them to be same nonsensical content that you're all too familiar with. I've been working hard on getting in contact with creatives fro…
 
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