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Season 2, Episode 4: Daniel Ho and Thomas Cole’s Voyage of Life series

National Gallery of Art | Music

Musician Daniel Ho spent much of his childhood on the water, so he relates to Thomas Cole’s river paintings. Ho responds to Voyage of Life with an original suite. Starting with simple harmonies to represent childhood, he gradually introduces complexity. Find full transcript and more information about this episode at https://www.nga.gov/music-programs/podcasts/daniel-ho-thomas-cole-voyage-life-series.html Still haven’t subscribed to our YouTube channels? National Gallery of Art ►►https://www.youtube.com/NationalGalleryofArtUS National Gallery of Art | Talks ►►https://www.youtube.com/NationalGalleryofArtTalks

51mins

5 Apr 2022

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Season 2, Episode 4: Daniel Ho and Thomas Cole’s Voyage of Life series

National Gallery of Art | Talks

Musician Daniel Ho spent much of his childhood on the water, so he relates to Thomas Cole’s river paintings. Ho responds to Voyage of Life with an original suite. Starting with simple harmonies to represent childhood, he gradually introduces complexity. Find full transcript and more information about this episode at https://www.nga.gov/music-programs/podcasts/daniel-ho-thomas-cole-voyage-life-series.html Still haven’t subscribed to our YouTube channels? National Gallery of Art ►►https://www.youtube.com/NationalGalleryofArtUS National Gallery of Art | Talks ►►https://www.youtube.com/NationalGalleryofArtTalks

51mins

5 Apr 2022

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Thomas Cole

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Thomas Cole was an early American artist who founded the Hudson River School of landscape art.  Since this is a painter and Anchor now supports, video, this episode is a video presentation.

5mins

27 Mar 2022

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Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire

Hazel Stainer

This episode is also available as a blog post: https://hazelstainer.wordpress.com/2018/08/24/thomas-cole-eden-to-empire/

13mins

2 Feb 2022

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TikTok star Noodle the pug; 'Swamp Show' inspired by artist Thomas Cole

Here & Now

Noodle is a 13-year-old pug who — like many of us — loves sleeping. He is also TikTok's newest meme and obsession. We hear from his owner, Jonathan Graziano, about "bones" and "no bones" days. And, along the Connecticut River in Massachusetts, works of art were hung from trees, floated on water or partially submerged. The recent show was inspired by a painting of a bend in the river by 19th-century artist Thomas Cole. Jill Kaufman of New England Public Media has the story.

41mins

25 Oct 2021

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The Hills Are Alive With The Sound of Freemasonry: cracking the code in Thomas Cole's "The Oxbow"

Otis Brown's Podcast

In this episode of Otis Brown Podcast, I explore the Thomas Cole painting "The Oxbow"(1836) and muse on its use of the signs and symbols of his life in freemasonry. Are they a secrete code? Do they get us closer to the heart of the painting? Are we all looking at the same world here? Through a reading of the painting, I hope to take us to a conversation about our subjectivity and our deep need to control our understanding of the world. I hope you enjoy. 

20mins

3 Mar 2021

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International Value with Thomas Cole, CFA, CEO and Co-founder of Distillate Capital

Valuewalk's ValueTalks

Hello Podcast listeners,Today is a very special episode with Thomas Cole, CFA, CEO and Co-founder of Distillate Capital. Prior to founding Distillate, Thomas was CIO at Institutional Capital. Before this, he was head of U.S. Equities at UBS Global Asset Management. Tom earned his BBA and MBA from the University of Wisconsin. In today’s episode we Value Investing in the current environment and why you should look internationally. Enjoy and thanks for the listen!

26mins

8 Jan 2021

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Time Traveling at the Thomas Cole National Historic Site

Traveling Through Time on the Art Trail

Visit the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, historically known as Cedar Grove, in the Village of Catskill, New York, on the Hudson River School Art Trail. The historic site is the home and studios of the artist Thomas Cole (1801-1848). Cole founded the nation's first major art movement, now know as the Hudson River School of landscape painting. Join geologists and art lovers Robert and Johanna Titus and travel through time all the way back to the Ice Age on the Hudson River School Art Trail. The Art Trail maps out the places in nature in New York's Hudson Valley and beyond that Thomas Cole and other Hudson River School artists painted in the 19th century. On the podcast, the Tituses will take you to their favorite Art Trail sites and imagine flying through time to explore changes in the landscape. Explore the our Hudson River School Art Trail program at hudsonriverschool.org.This podcast and the Hudson River School Art Trail are presented by the Thomas Cole National Historic Site. Sound recording by Adam T. Deen

3mins

22 Sep 2020

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Ep. #16: My American Dream feat. Thomas Cole, Fitness Trainer

Working On the Inside Podcast with Tricia Miller, M.Ed., LPC

Today’s guest is Thomas Cole, Fitness Trainer, who shares a remarkable story of survival growing up in the ‘blood diamond’ 1990s era in war-torn Liberia. This podcast episode captures a beautiful story of the American Dream. As a child, Thomas often traveled between countries with packs of others who were also fleeing violence.  While living in a refugee camp in Ghana,Thomas’ life would forever change with a conversation from a stranger. At 10 years-old, Thomas and his younger sister were presented the miraculous opportunity to immigrate to America. Today’s podcast follows a young man’s journey to America—from living in fear throughout the war to living a life of stability and peace.  Thomas also shares his passion for health and fitness, and how as a Fitness Trainer, he motivates and encourages his clients to live healthier and stronger.  The podcast highlights: Thomas shares insight on his transient and violent upbringing in war-torn West Africa; The adoptive family that took care Thomas and his younger sister as children; The miracle that would change his life forever from a conversation with a stranger at the immigration office in the refugee camp in Ghana; Thomas’ shares his beliefs on the “power of good” and the “power of humanity”; Thomas describes why America is close to heaven; How Education—especially Reading--motivated and inspired him in his transition to living in the United States; How school athletics channeled his anxiety and fear—“I grew up scared, and at one point, I decided not to be scared anymore.”; What Thomas loves about America the most; Why appreciating the little things contributes to having a positive mindset; What he loves about being a Trainer—“I do more than just training.”; The mindset that allows people to transform their physical health. Not only can you find Thomas at the 24 Hour Fitness in Houston, TX, you can find Thomas on Instagram @stable_fitness or email him at mr.cole129@gmail.com.  

29mins

18 Apr 2019

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Thomas Cole, CFA - CEO of Distillate Capital

Valuewalk's ValueTalks

Hello Listeners,Today is a very special episode with the co-founder and CEO of Distillate Capital, Thomas Cole, CFA. We talk about his investment approach and why he chose the passive approach. I encourage everyone to checkout his white papers and reading list.http://distillatecapital.com/insights http://distillatecapital.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Distillate_Insights_Reading_List.pdfEnjoy and thanks for the listen!

32mins

14 Dec 2018

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