Generational Success with John Hogan - Episode 143
Big Stud Podcast
John Hogan of Blue Nail Roofing is joining the Big Stud Podcast to talk about the recession and the effects on the service and construction industry. John brings insight and intentionality to his journey in evolving a generational company, no matter what the market demands. Connect with John at Blue Nail Roofing: https://www.facebook.com/BlueNailNJ Follow John on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/j.hogan_/
In this episode of Saint Louis: The Story of Catholic Evangelization of America’s Heartland, Volume Two: The Lion and the Fourth City, Msgr. Michael Witt and Teresa Holman of Covenant Radio discuss Father John Hogan.
On today's episode, we travel back to December 6th, 1977 to join David Leonard in his interview with John Hogan. Hogan, a prominent member of the Edmonton Ski Club, describes the beginning of skiing in Edmonton and his record-breaking ski jumps at various hills around the city.Cover Image: EA-160-911https://cityarchives.edmonton.ca/ski-jump-capilano-ravineThis interview was originally recorded on a 5 inch open reel tape and was digitized by an archivist on October 14th, 2020.These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have changed since that time. Some opinions expressed and language used may be offensive to listeners today.
For the final WORK OF THE WEEK of 2020, we’re sharing an image of celebration!And Conor Tallon and Assistant Curator Michael Waldron virtually clinked glasses to the year's end in honour ofThe Drunken Faun (1826) by John Hogan.It depicts a mythological figure in the midst of a Bacchanal, an ancient festival to the wine god. Falling backwards in intoxication, the faun is surrounded by attributes including pan pipes, cymbals, and wine jug, while a goat skin covers his modesty and serves as a reminder of his species. Intriguingly, this plaster Neoclassical sculpture was the product of a challenge set by Welsh sculptor John Gibson (1790-1866). Ever one to rise to the occasion, Hogan countered painter Vincenzo Camuccini’s claim that all original poses in sculpture had been exhausted with this dynamic triangular composition. The faun’s left arm supports the weight of his entire upper body, as his right leg is outstretched, and vine leaf-entwined head falls back.Although he may have been inspired by the ancient Barberini Faun or Johan Tobias Segrel’s faun of 1771, Hogan succeeded in his task and firmly proved both Gibson and Camuccini wrong. The finished work even prompted Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) to declare it ‘a miracle of Art.’The Drunken Faun was exhibited at the Royal Irish Institution in 1829, and subsequently in The Great Exhibition (1851) at the Crystal Palace in London’s Hyde Park. It has been in the Crawford Art Gallery collection for over 130 years.The Drunken Faun by John Hogan (1800-1858) is featured in RECASTING CANOVA in The Crawford's Sculpture Galleries. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
277. F1-svensken: Torsten Palm & Eje Elgh om John Hogan
Som titeln antyder blir det en del F1-historia i veckans avsnitt. Du får träffa en av blott 10 svenskar som tävlat i Formel 1 - Torsten Palm. Vi uppmärksammar också att en av de mäktigare personerna i F1-historien, John Hogan, tyvärr avlidit i sviterna av Covid-19. John Hogan var, trots sin betydelse för sporten, ingen superkändis för allmänheten. Eje Elgh kände Hogan väldigt väl och ger sin bild av vem han var och vilken betydelse han haft för Formel 1-sportenSjälvklart blir det lite nyheter också där det tyvärr kommer allt starkare rykten om att Australiens GP blir framskjutet eller i värsta fall helt inställt. Janne och Erik funderar också vidare kring varför det dröjer så för Mercedes och Lewis Hamilton att komma överens om nytt kontrakt för Lewis. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's FINALLY game week! Today on 2MFR we talk about this week's upcoming games vs McKendree and Lindenwood! Marshy sits down with President of Hockey Ops and DI Head Coach, John Hogan, as they talk about this upcoming season. Will Starwalt also catches up with DII Head coach, Arren Romeril, in this weeks "Line Change". Be sure to follow all of our socials at @MUHockeyNetwork for the latest Maryville Hockey news. #HistoryStartsNow--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2minutesforruffing/message
Peter Hickman, British Superbike rider, road racer and Isle of Man lap record holder. Peter redefines the meaning of 'fast'. John Hogan, best selling author, motor journalist, former Royal Engineer. If it's on two wheels, John is your man.