Noupe Editorial Team December 31st, 2019

6 Best Art Podcasts

Best Art Podcasts

You are on your way back from work and stuck in traffic, or you are doing the house chores that are long overdue. You don’t want to lose the limited personal time that you already have, but your living room is a mess.

What do you do? Just open up a podcast, whether you want to learn more about a certain topic, or you want to laugh and have fun while doing laundry. 

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Selecting a podcast shouldn’t be an issue, there are podcasts for almost everything nowadays. Do you want to get better at doing hand-stands while eating a bowl of cereal? There is probably a podcast out there somewhere explaining how to do it.

Do you want to get into art podcasts? We got you covered. 

Best Art Podcasts

A Piece of Work

A Piece of Work covers everything you want to learn about contemporary and modern art but were afraid to ask. A bike wheel attached to a stool, a banana taped to a wall; for many people, these works raise a lot of questions. Hosted by Abbi Jacobson, A Piece of Work tackles everything with conversations with artists, curators, and Abbi’s friends including RuPaul, Hannibal Burres, Teri Gevinson and Questlove.

The Lonely Palette

“A podcast that returns art history to the masses, one painting at a time.” 

Creator/host Tamar Avishai picks a popular object, interviews people in front of it and then explains the social context, the movement of art, and the anecdotes. 


There are many wonderful stories in art history, and host Jennifer Dasal dives into the unexpected, the slightly odd and strangely wonderful. It’s a podcast that everybody could listen to enjoy, you want to know who Banksy is or did Van Gogh really kill himself? Well, check ArtCurious out!

Bad at Sports

It’s a weekly podcast about contemporary art. It features artists, critics, dealers, curators and other people from the art world. 

Raw Material

Raw Material is an arts and culture podcast from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. They focus on a different topic each season, with a different host. This provides art to be explored through different eyes each season.

Artists Helping Artists

If you are looking for different ways to sell your art online, artist Leslie Saeta is here to help. Leslie has experience with 30+ years of marketing experience, and she knows about the business side of art. She has a non-traditional approach to marketing her art online and she is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience.

These are the podcasts we enjoy the most at the moment. There are many more art podcasts that you can check out if you enjoy art make sure to give these a listen!

What are your favorite art podcasts? Tell us in the comments!

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