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Kyle Wood
Who Arted
Weekly Art History for All Ages
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...
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4.7 stars from 78 ratings
Love it. But slightly inaccurate
I love that he is making art history more accessible, but there is an inaccuracy in the Raphael episode, he comments that the pope asked for Greek gods to be painted… and commented why he didn’t know why a pope would want the Greek pantheon painted - in kind of a snarky way. Which actually...Read full review »
jenjen716 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/12/24
Curiosity
This entire podcast tweaks my curiosity for all things art. Thanks Kyle Woods.
New to Art History via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/06/24
Great art history podcast!
Kyle does a really good job of discussing the various artists and artworks on his podcast. It is well researched, interesting and enjoyable to listen too. As an art teacher, I can appreciate how he goes a little deeper than a wiki search, adding a lot of color and variety to his information. ...Read full review »
Debikayo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/11/23
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Published 02/21/24
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Published 02/20/24
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