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Who Arted: Weekly Art History for All Ages


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Who Arted: Weekly Art History for All Ages

 4.6 via 84 ratings in Apple Podcasts, Podchaser and Podcast Addict
An arts podcast from Kyle Wood
Website: https://www.whoartedpodcast.com

Who Arted is art history and art education for everyone. While most art history podcasts focus on the traditional “fine art” we see in museums around the world, Who ARTed celebrates art in all of its forms and in terms anyone can understand. Each episode tells the story of a different artist and artwork including the traditional big names like Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol along with lesser-known artists working in such diverse media as video game design, dance, the culinary arts, and more. Who Arted is written and produced by an art teacher with the goal of creating a classroom resource that makes art history fun and accessible to everyone. Whether you are cramming for your AP Art History exam, trying to learn a few facts so you can sound smart at fashionable dinner parties, or just looking to hear something with a more positive tone, we’ve got you covered with episodes every Monday and Friday.

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