Dick Pope, the Oscar-nominated cinemtatographer of Mr. Turner and The Illusionist, visits master paint-maker Michael Harding at his colour mill in Cwmbran, Wales. Michael takes Dick on a drive to his local stables to collect a special ingredient for an ancient paint recipe. On the way, they discuss the challenges of their respective crafts, and the time-tested ways they each create colour in their work. Back at the colour mill, Michael shows Dick around and recounts some of the weird and wonderful ways paints and pigments have historically been made, taking him into a heavily padlocked shipping container where the special ingredient they collected earlier helps to create a brilliant white paint.
Arts North West - Michael Harding & Yeats' Society Sligo
This week we feature writer/philosopher, Michael Harding, as he chats about his new book, What Is Beautiful in the Sky. And Yeats’ Society Director, Susan O’Keeffe, tells of its new Crowdfunding initiative.To contact the show or for previous episodes see www.oceanfm.ie/artsArts North West is a weekly, magazine arts show that covers everything creative in the region. Featuring the best of music, theatre, storytelling, with the best of talent from Sligo, North Leitrim & South Donegal. Produced and Recorded in The Glens Arts Centre, Manorhamilton. It is supported by Pobal, The Arts Council & Leitrim County Council.Presented by Glens Artistic Director, Brendan Murray, it aims to afford artists of all disciplines the opportunity to engage with the community during this lockdown season.
Ask an Artist - Interview Michael Harding - a splash of colour from our archive
Ask An Artist
For a couple of months the Ask an Artist Team are taking a break from recording to concentrate on other things that need to be done: On-line teaching and book writing both have deadlines that cannot be put off! While we are away we have selected some episodes from our archive, if you have already listened to them in the past then maybe they deserve a second outing. If these are new to you then we hope that you enjoy.This weeks' replay is our interview with Michael Harding whose oil paints are some of the finest available. First released in March 2020
🎙Mike Harding, Puppeteer and Founder of Applefun Puppetry in Ontario, Canada 👉Performing thousands of shows behind Applefun Puppetry for nearly 20 years, from libraries, schools, and birthday parties, he knows how to create a high degree of audience participation with a spontaneous flavour as he studied Improvisational Comedy at Second City. Mike Harding (Chief Puppeteer) has been constructing puppets and studying the art of puppetry since the late 80's. His earliest shows took place on his sister's farm. Since then, he has performed for such clients as Costco, Ikea and Chapters. Mike is a member of The Puppeteers of America, The Ontario Puppetry Association, and The Puppetry Guild of Peel. He has also studied Improvisational Comedy at Second City, which adds a unique and spontaneous flavor to his shows. Since 1997, Applefun Puppetry has been performing its hilarious brand of entertainment throughout Ontario. Whether it's a birthday party or an annual company event, Applefun will be there to make sure the kids are having fun. In addition to hundreds of birthday parties, Applefun Puppetry has performed for companies like AT&T, Black Creek Pioneer Village, and Ikea. Be sure to check out the latest show times and come join in the fun! Follow him on social media : ✅FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Applefun-Puppetry-136505583109283 ✅LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-harding-a8418232/ ✅INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/applefun_puppetry/ ✅TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ApplefunPuppets ✅YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/Stiggomar ✅WEBSITE: https://www.applefun.ca/ ______________________________ Hosted by Caroline Bernier-Dionne (CaroBD) DID YOU SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PATREON YET? Have a look:👉https://patreon.com/puppetpodcast LET'S CONNECT! ✅https://puppetpodcast.com/ ✅https://www.facebook.com/PuppetPodcast/ ✅https://www.instagram.com/puppetpodcast/ ✅https://www.linkedin.com/in/carobd/ ✅https://www.pinterest.ca/puppetpodcast/ ✅https://twitter.com/PodcastPuppet/ About the Puppet Podcast : The purpose of this podcast is to help the puppet art to become even more well known by the general public so that they understand more this very unique craft. YOU ARE VERY WELCOME TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/puppetpodcast
Bacterial disease in Western Canada - A discussion with Dr. Michael Harding (Pathologist with Alberta Agriculture & Forestry)
The Growing Point Podcast
In this episode of The Growing Point Podcast we chat with Dr. Michael Harding (Pathologist with Alberta Agriculture & Forestry) about bacterial disease in western Canada. Harding breaks down the life cycle, various forms, impacts, management tactics, and environmental conditions conducive for bacterial blights to be of concern. For more information or if you suspect you may be dealing with bacterial blight, feel free to reach out to Dr. Harding at Michael.Harding@gov.ab.ca.
Des Cahill is joined by columnist, playwright, actor and podcaster Michael Harding to reflect on his life spanning his time as a teacher in Loughan House detention centre, his love of rural Ireland and travels which saw him go on journeys of discovery in India and Mongolia.
Episode #2: Latter Day Poets Founder- Michael Harding
Total Transparency with Taralyn and Brad
On this episode Taralyn and Brad sit down (virtually) with another one of Brad's childhood friends, Michael Harding. Michael is a family man that works in sales, with an entrepeneurial side gig. He also shares with us about his fundraising endeavours. Follow us on IG: @totaltransparencypod Follow your hosts: @lifeoftaralyn_ @thecriminal_mma Follow our guest: @latterdaypoets
Art Chat All About Mediums with Michael Harding and Tim Rees
Art Chat with Linda Riesenberg Fisler
Linda chatted with Michael Harding (https://www.michaelharding.co.uk/) and artist Tim Rees (http://www.reesfineart.com/) about mediums. Micheal discusses his mediums (PM1-PM7) and how/why they are meant to be used. If you ever wondered why artists used mediums or if you should use mediums, then this chat is for you!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LindaRiesenbergFisler)