Triangle Arts Media & Podcasts

Triangle Arts Podcasts & Media


A list of local arts related podcasts – and by local, we mean that they highlight local arts or artists, or that they are created by locals. Have a podcast or other online arts media resource you think we should add?  Email us!

ArtCurious – The associate curator of contemporary art at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Jennifer Dasal’s, podcast on art-history – not the boring stuff but, but the juicy stuff.  She raises questions like: “Did Van Gogh actually commit suicide? Was a British painter actually Jack the Ripper? And how did the CIA covertly support modern art?”. Do I dare to say more?

Artist Soapbox – A weekly podcast featuring artists in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Durham-based theatre-maker, Tamara Kissane, chats with artists about their creative work, artistic process and their hopes for the future.

Convincing Creatives – Filmmaker Evan Kidd and his guests dialogue on what truly empowers creatives, how today’s creators are convincing in their process, if they need convincing, and much much more.

Creative Talk Podcast – Soprano, speaker and writer Dr. Karla Scott sits down with leading Industry Creatives- musicians, authors, singers, dancers, teachers and more to discuss success, longevity and faith in the arts. Each episode offers a behind the scenes look at each artist’s journey, creative process and lessons learned.

Crushing Classical – Triangle local, Tracy Friedlander, a freelance classical musician for over 20 years runs this podcast more completely titled “Crushing Classical: Redefining A Thriving Music Career”. She calls it “The place for THE conversation about creating a career you love as a classical musician in today’s world”.  The podcast is ongoing series of provocative interviews with musicians who are pioneering a new path in the classical music genre. She digs into musician’s lives who have made an often risky move towards forging a unique path and creating a different kind of music career for themselves. ”

DeeMcNairOnTheAir – Dee McNair is a local speaker, mentor, TV Host and all around cheerleader for artists and other amazing local people, runs this YouTube channel where she interviews local artists and highlights local arts events.

Don’t You Lie To Me – Explores the visual arts scene in North Carolina by bringing you enjoyable conversations with artists and arts professionals across the state. They also highlight shows and events that they think are worth checking out. Each episode also contains fake ads and a “previously on” mashup segment.

durhambeat – Covers local arts and culture in Durham and across NC. At durhambeat they provide a platform where anyone is welcome and embrace the diversity of our local culture. “Our audience is us”.

Hauspage –  Haus Page is the brainchild of award-winning luxury tomboy designers Dara and Nash Page. They’re a husband-and-wife team that have carried their love of the craft forward with small batch, sustainable designs created in Raleigh, NC, and sourced in the Carolinas. On their YouTube channel, the provide videos from “Behind the scenes of an artisan luxury production shop: advice, meaning, unboxing. Ask us and we’ll answer”

North Carolina Arts Council Podcast – Keep up with host Sandra Davidson as she talks with artists and arts leaders about the public value of the arts across North Carolina, and explores how the N.C. Arts Council is building on 50 years of leadership to create a better tomorrow for all.

RDU on stage – Where the hosts chat with the theater people on stage and behind-the-scenes in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill and bringing you full coverage of theater in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.

USModernist Radio – Listen as the USModernist Radio crew talks and laughs with fascinating people who own, create, love, and hate Modernist architecture, the most controversial houses and buildings in the world with guests. Itunes