We launched our arts and culture podcast, Art Glider, in June 2022 – here’s what to expect from the first 10 episodes…
Australia’s leading Art Curators, Art Pharmacy and sister company Digital Art & NFT Platform, Sugar Glider Digital, are bringing you a whole new podcast that explores the latest and greatest in business, public art, music and the digital realm.
Founded by arts empress and successful entrepreneur, Emilya Colliver, Art Glider is released fortnightly and expect to hear chats with all kinds of people in the art space from developers and artists to tech engineers and NFT experts, about the power of art to transform space, redefine place and bring more joy into our lives.
Episodes so far….
Episode 1: Welcome to Art Glider
Welcome to Art Glider, where the Art World and Metaverse meet! The first episode introduces your favourite art curators, as we chat with all kinds of people in the art space. Art Glider is going to be talking about art from the perspective of industry professionals and introduce you to some thought leaders, interviewing them, sharing knowledge, and educating us all on the Arts and Culture sector.
Episode 2: A deep dive into art consultancy
In this episode, we chat about everything Arts and Culture, and explain the inner workings of Art Pharmacy. We talk about wearing many hats and being simultaneously curators, placemakers and art consultants. We also interview Emilya on what being an art curator is like.
Episode 3: NFTs, Web3 and the Metaverse from an art curators perspective
In this episode, we talk about sister organisation Sugar Glider Digital, and how the ideas came into fruition. Hear all about NFTs, web3 and the Metaverse from an Art Curator’s perspective.
Episode 4: Interview with fine art painter and digital artist, James McGrath
In this episode, we chat to artist James McGrath, Sugar Glider Digital’s Creative Technician. James is an architect, artist and digital creator, known for his exceedingly diverse talents as both a fine art painter and a digital artist.
Episode 5: Rethinking live performance: Interview with Beau Neilson (Director, Phoenix Cultural Projects)
In this episode, we interview Beau Neilson, Director of Phoenix Cultural Projects, Central Park. Beau is a great advocate of the arts and a mother of two who has launched a fabulous live performance creative space. In this episode, we chat about the intersection of arts and culture with social impact.
Episode 6: The intersection of industrial design and culture: Goodman’s Kori Todd
In this episode, we interview Kori Todd, Head of Design at Goodman Group. Goodman Group is a leader in the industrial development sector. Kori’s role sees her overseeing the design of all development projects at Goodman from inception through to delivery – a huge job, and we couldn’t think of anyone more perfect for it. In this episode, we chat about the intersections of art and culture with industrial design, and Kori imagines her dream vision for the city of Sydney.
Episode 7: Aboriginal Art and activism in Australia: Blak Douglas (2022 Archibald Prize Winner)
In this episode, we interview Blak Douglas, a Koori artist originally trained in illustration & photography, past this however he’s expanded his skills into sculpture, installation and his main choice of medium; painting in a graphic design style. He’s been a four-time Archibald Prize finalist until recently having won the Archibald Prize this year in 2022 with his painting Moby Dickens. In this episode, we chat about Adam’s journey with Waterfront Whale Tales, his Archibald entry and the intersection of Aboriginal Art and activism in Australia.