Design Matters with Debbie Millman is one of the world?s very first podcasts. Broadcasting independently for over 15 years, the show is about how incredibly creative people design the arc of their lives.
At 8 years old, Catherine Opie realized ?that history is made within an image culture??and here, she discusses her incredible life as a photographer driven by culture.
Writer, editor, and curator Antwaun Sargent joins to talk about his remarkable career, positioned at the center of the explosion of interest in art made by Black Americans.
Jason Reynolds?award-winning author and National Ambassador for Young People?s Literature?discusses his prolific writing career that inspires young readers to discover their own stories.
Chip Kidd?award-winning designer, musician, author, and all around rock star?joins for his fifth time to talk about his recent projects and so much more.
One of the master artists of our time, Richard Tuttle joins to talk about his 60+ year career that has revolutionized the landscape of temporary art.
It?s 1988, and Somalis are fleeing the city of Hargeisa. People are trying to get out, trying to save their families and sometimes their things. But in the city?s radio station, staff are packing cassettes and reel to reel recordings into a secret underground bunker. What's on them? A slice of the country?s musical heritage, to remain for years in an underground room?until now. Listen to songs from the episode on this special playlist on Spotify: https://tedtalks.social/3yct0Mj
This story was produced in collaboration with Kerning Cultures, a podcast telling stories from the Middle East and North Africa, and the spaces in between. You can find the podcast wherever you're listening to this.
This is an episode of Far Flung with Saleem Reshamwala, another podcast in the TED Audio Collective. If you want to hear more episodes exploring ideas in Caracas, Barcelona, Puerto Rico, the world of dreams and beyond, follow Far Flung with Saleem Reshamwala wherever you're listening to this.
Described as a darkly funny meditation on creativity and family, Brad Listi joins to talk about his new book, ?Be Brief and Tell Them Everything.?
Catherine Opie, Adam J. Kurtz, Robyn Kanner, Michael Stipe, and the Indigo Girls reflect on their journeys in this special Pride episode of Design Matters.
#1 New York Times best-selling author Susan Cain shares how a bittersweet, melancholic outlook makes emotional room for beauty, creativity, and love.
Joan Wasser shares her musical journey from a classically trained violinist to a solo singer, songwriter, and rock star known as Joan As Police Woman.
Writer and producer Starlee Kine joins LIVE at the 2022 On Air Fest to talk about her remarkable career and hit podcast Mystery Show.
Writer, comedian, and podcast host, Dylan Marron, shares how hate on the internet fueled his podcast and new book, ?Conversations with People Who Hate Me.?
The effortlessly cool fashion designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon join to talk about two decades of creative partnership and professional collaborations running their fashion brand, Opening Ceremony.
Amy Ray and Emily Saliers talk about their extraordinary 30-year creative collaboration as the music duo, Indigo Girls.
A love for craftsmanship, design, and baseball brings music legend Jack White and design entrepreneur Ben Jenkins together. In 2016, Jack White became an investor in Ben Jenkins's sporting goods brand, Warstic. Today the company does so much more than manufacture artisan baseball bats.
Costar and co-creator of the groundbreaking TV show Broad City, Abbi Jacobson, joins guest host, Dylan Marron, LIVE on the TED Conference stage.
Today, I?m sharing an episode from a new podcast I?ve been enjoying, Well-Read Black Girl, from Pushkin Industries. Glory Edim, author and founder of the Well-Read Black Girl community, sits in deep, honest and close conversation with authors like Tarana Burke, Anita Hill, Gabrielle Union, Brit Bennett and more. You?ll also meet literacy advocates and Black booksellers to hear what they?re reading and what it means to be well-read. In this episode, Glory talks with Korean American author and teacher Min Jin Lee. Min talks about what she learned about resistance from bell hooks, how the work she does on and off the page challenges society, and how she?s mentoring a new generation of writers of color. You can hear more of Well-Read Black Girl at https://podcasts.pushkin.fm/wrbgdesign.
From the profound experience of making ?Dead Poets Society? to the ?Before? trilogy and his new book, Ethan Hawke discusses a life spent celebrating creativity in its many forms.
Chef and writer Gabrielle Hamilton talks dueling artistic passions?and how she has found balance and focus in her creative journey.
Cheryl Strayed battled through remarkable adversity?and the most intense of hikes?to emerge as one of the best American writers working today.
Bobbi Brown had a revolutionary idea: to create a natural-look makeup line that would make people feel like the best version of themselves. She launched it from her home to overnight success, and today is back with her blockbuster clean DTC brand, Jones Road.
Nick Cave and Bob Faust discuss the incredible life of creativity, courageousness and community they have built together.
In her inspiring creative journey, author Jacqueline Woodson went from struggling with words as a child to mastering them today.
In an illuminating and cerebral discussion, Adam Grant discusses his new book ?Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know??and the value of checking in and checking up on yourself.
Karen Finley reflects on her legendary performance pieces, censorship and decades of groundbreaking work?and the sheer joy in creating art.
Soccer star Abby Wambach and author Glennon Doyle discuss their striking first meeting, falling in love as pen pals, addiction and sobriety, and the art of speaking out and speaking up.
Fiber artist Bisa Butler discusses the AfriCOBRA tradition, the artistic breakthrough that led to her finding her voice, and the process behind her amazing life-size works.
From The Last Days of Heath Ledger to Lebron James to the title characters of THREE WOMEN, writer Lisa Taddeo?s words have captured her subjects in extraordinary and enlightening ways.
Sarah Kay thrives in poetry on and off the stage?and here, she discusses the immense power of the craft.
After a lifetime on stage, musician Shirley Manson reflects on the extraordinary ways she sees the world today.
Pete Souza has taken photographs for National Geographic, Life Magazine, and other dream outlets, leading to his ultimate subject as Chief Official White House Photographer, Barack Obama.
Priya Parker discusses the art of gatherings?and how we can truly take the events that punctuate our lives to the next level.
A master at creating interactive, immersive experiences?Edwin Schlossberg joins to talk about his artwork and the 40th anniversary of his firm, ESI Design.
Rolling Stones has called Kaki King a genre unto herself?she joins to talk about her career path and even plays a song or two.
Making information understandable both for himself and others?TED founder and author of numerous books, Richard Saul Wurman, joins to talk about education.
Artist Deborah Kass joins to talk about her extraordinary career, examining the interactions of politics, pop culture, art history, and identity within a Pop art sensibility.
Known for her multi-character, one-person Broadway hit Bridge & Tunnel?Sarah Jones joins to talk about identity, community, social justice, and her relationship with her characters.
Brian Koppelman joins to talk about his remarkable life, sharing why he became a writer after years of working as a record promoter and producer.
Roz Chast joins to talk about her remarkable life and how she earned a coveted spot as a cartoonist for The New Yorker.
Debbie Millman talks with Krista Tippett about her religious orientation, her struggle with depression, and why it's so hard to understand our historical moment.
?To see your team achieve more than they thought they were capable of, that they will advance the organization further than you even imagined?because they believe, and they are grateful, and they?re inspired?it?s all worth it. All the sacrifices. It always is.? ?Simon Sinek
On this special episode of Design Matters, we take a look back at 2021, revel in the collective brilliance of Catherine Opie, Ethan Hawke, Randa Jarrar, Nick Offerman, and Susan Orlean.
Illustrator and author duo Wendy MacNaughton and Caroline Paul join to talk about their book, ?Lost Cat: A True Story of Love, Desperation, and GPS Technology.?
From practicing on his first piano?drawn on a piece of paper?to recording albums and launching the podcast and Netflix show ?Song Exploder,? Hrishikesh Hirway has lived a marvelous life of music.
Named ?one of the five women changing the world? by Forbes?Amy Webb advises CEOs of the world?s most-admired companies, three-star admirals and generals, and the senior leadership of central banks and intergovernmental organizations, helping them prepare for complex futures.
Thirty years ago, Anita Hill became a household name and a hero for many women when she told the world about how Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her at work. Today, she joins to talk about her extraordinary life and her new book, ?Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence.?
Founded in 1998, kottke.org is one of the oldest blogs on the web. It?s written and produced by Jason Kottke and covers the essential people, inventions, performances, and ideas that increase the collective adjacent possible of humanity.
Michael Stipe joins to talk about his remarkable life, photography practice, and career as the lead singer and lyricist for the band R.E.M.
Roman Mars is the host and creator of 99% Invisible, a sound-rich, narrative podcast about the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world.