Rachel Lige and artist Chanel Bode discuss the high priestess of polka dots Yayoi Kusama and her infinity rooms. Chanel shares her recent experience of visiting the exhibition at the Broad gallery in LA. We also talk about repetition, obliteration, art and mental health and feelings of being a small polka dot in the universe while sipping on saki sangria.
music by action davis.
This week features an interview Rachel did with her mother, Canadian artist Sara McDonald. Sara discusses her artistic process, her art school experiences and her research and work with artists with developmental disabilities.
Rachel and Anne sip some Apothic Dark red wine and discuss some of the true stories behind American Horror Story. You don't not have to have seen the show to enjoy this podcast because we spend most of the time talking about real serial killers, legendary circus freaks, murder castles, celtic spirits and lethal nurses
In part two we discuss seasons 4-6, Freak Show, Hotel and Roanoke.
Correction= H.H. Holmes' murder castle is no longer standing, it is now a post office.
Rachel and Anne sip some Apothic Dark red wine and discuss some of the true stories behind American Horror Story. You don't not have to have seen the show to enjoy this podcast because we spend most of the time talking about serial killers, voodoo and alien abductions, reading spooky letters and listening to french folk songs.
In part one we discuss seasons 1-3, Murder House, Asylum and Coven.
*edit- When talking about the singing nun, we said she was french Canadian, when she is in fact Belgian. I guess we just wanted her to be ours.
Rachel and Erin talked about the Museum of Vancouver's current show "Unbelievable", an exhibition that delves into some fascinating stories about Vancouver's past. What do you think you know about the city you live in? In this era of "fake news" what narratives are re-written or changed?
Who and what defines local heritage?
Join the tipsy archivists as they chew on these questions and more.
Rachel and Adam chat about UNESCO and world heritage sites. They discuss the meanings of heritage and culture and talk about some of their favorite sites. They also cover some of the not so good effects of gaining UNESCO status and issues that come along with tourism and commercialization.
The last leg of the #twoawkwardgirlsineurope2017 tour.
We spent too much money on Harry Potter gear and saw the murder site of Thomas Becket. Rachel and Erin recount some of their trip highlights and cheers to more future adventures.
Rachel and Christine discuss some of the darker origin stories behind some of our favorite Disney princesses. Stories that feature murder, cannibalism, dismemberment, frog abuse and just plain bad choices. They also talk about other pop culture adaptations of these stories, from horror films to musicals.
Rachel and Erin hang out in the capital of Hungary, we enjoy delicious wine in underground caverns, take a cruise on the Danube and talk about the impact of WWII on Budapest.
We got colds in Ljubljana, that's pronounced (Loo-blee-anna), But we still had a really nice time with beer, puppets, soup and dragons.
We were also lucky enough to hang out with local foodie Iva as we talked about Slovenian history and her foodwalk company Ljubljananjam.
Rachel and Erin brave the rain, listen to the blues, drink absinthe and enjoy art nouveau in this lovely well preserved medieval city.
We talk about the last few days in Paris, we saw the Louvre, the Cluny, did a river cruise, hung out in the catacombs, bought art in Montmarte and more!
The song at the end of the episode is by Dalida, whose grave we found in Montmarte cemetery, which is now Rachel's fav.
Rachel and Erin are definitely living up to our tipsy title in our first Parisienne podcast. We talk a lot about Montmarte, Catholic mass at Notre Dam, the Musee D'Orsay and more as we getting to know Paris.
Rachel and Erin are in Europe! This is the first in out travel series, which will be more informal and random than our usual episodes. Tine in to see what we're up to, where we go and what adventures we have.
In this episode- Jetlag, the British Museum, Hyde Park, V&A Museum and Cousin Charlotte.
Rachel, Louise and Erin discuss the bloody end of the Romanov dynasty and why it happened. Nicholas and Alexandra and their five children, were a rich, religious, and strange family. They were also reclusive and had mysterious friends and in the end, were just not very good rulers.
Erin and Adam discuss the chilly adventures or three more arctic explorers. Will they find the north pole? Will they live? What could go wrong?
Rachel and Erin watched The Crown on Netflix and in this podcast talk about episodes 1-5.