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Two New Podcasts
September 28, 2007


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We have launched two new podcasts this week: an audio podcast, The Prints of Sean Scully, (whose exhibition is on display at the museum until October 8) and our first video podcast on our Lunder Conservation Center. Take a look at these plus our other podcasts over at iTunes.


Posted by Jeff on September 28, 2007 in American Art Here, Museums & Technology



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I would like to know if there is anyway to subscribe to the podcasts other than iTunes. I use Juice as a podcast receiver because iTunes caused so many problems on my computer. You don't list a rss or xml feed just the iTunes.
Even if they are enhanced feeds they can be easily watched using Quicktime , iTunes isn't really the only thing that works.

Posted by: Terry Mort | Sep 29, 2007

Is this exhibition coming to the UK at any point soon? Thanks

Posted by: sue law | Sep 30, 2007

Terry, all of our interactives (including our podcasts) are listed on our Interact page. We're working on getting an RSS feed for that page so stay tuned.

You can download audio podcasts either as mp3s or via iTunes. Our new videocast is also available as a Quicktime movie or via iTunes.

Posted by: Jeff | Oct 1, 2007

Sue, I just checked with our Registrar's Office and, unfortunately, the show will not be traveling to the UK. However, it will be on view at the Naples Museum of Art (Florida) in November, the Minneapolis Institute of Fine Arts next March, and the Hyde Collection (Upstate New York) in September of 2008.

Posted by: Jeff | Oct 1, 2007

The exhibition of this art is magnificent. I enjoy seeing these all from home as I don't get that many opportunities to visit many art galleries or museums outside of my home town.

Thanks.

Posted by: William Masek | Oct 1, 2007

I like your Podcast! Many thanks!

Posted by: Daniel | Oct 3, 2007

I saw a Sean Scully exhibition at the Irish/France Institute in the Latin Quarter here in Paris couple of years back. So its great to be able to hear him as well. Thanks. What a wonderful blog this is!

Posted by: Malcolm Lambe | Oct 3, 2007


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