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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy with Ted Meyer

Best Adapted Podcast

Continuing their John le Carré miniseries, Caleb and Frank talk Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and its 2011 adaptation. Joined by Ted Meyer (Inverse), the boys discuss Swedish vampires, bad hair, and Mark Strong’s eyes. Considered John le Carré’s densest novel, how does this classic mole-hunt translate from the written word to the silver screen?Find Ted on Twitter @GrumpyMovieBoy

1hr 41mins

10 Feb 2021

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Artists Anna Stump, Erin Yoshi, Ted Meyer + Kalynn Campbell Discuss Being Indivisible in 2020

Not Real Art

We continue our discussion with artists participating in Indivisible 2020 today with Anna Stump, Erin Yoshi, Ted Meyer, and Kalynn Campbell. In this jam-packed show, the guests address various pertinent social and political issues. We begin by hearing what indivisibility means to everyone, where Anna and Ted, who live in a rural, red part of the country share why they have chosen not to publicly express their political views. Both Erin and Kalynn feel that while indivisibility is possible and has been achieved at times, the current moment is deeply divided. We then talk about the rise of political discourse in popular culture and how the art reflective of this, such as Black Lives Matter murals and poster art, inspires our guests. We could not have a discussion about indivisibility without touching on the election, and we hear everyone’s take on Joe Biden as the candidate, why this election is more about voting against Trump than anything else, and how we might see the positives in the voter suppression tactics. Increasingly, people – particularly Gen Z, as Anna highlights – are becoming aware of the role they play in shaping society and are taking actionable steps to shift the narrative. We also touch on climate change, where the guests share their respective stark realizations they have had about this issue. As the show wraps up, we get a glimpse into the rationale behind the work everyone has submitted to Indivisible 2020. This insightful, powerful conversation left us with a sense of hope that artists have a big role to play in uniting our divided country. Tune in today to hear more! Key Points From This Episode: What indivisible means to Anna and the difficulty she has living in a very red state. Why Anna and Ted feel unsafe to express their liberal political views where they live. The meaning of indivisibility to Erin and the work she feels needs to be done in this area. Moving away from the ‘oppression Olympics’ and seeing the humanity in everyone. Kalynn’s understanding of indivisibility and how he thinks we can work towards it. The inspiration Kalynn has drawn from the murals that have come from Black Lives Matter. Ted’s understanding of the ‘Other’ and its origins as a social construct. Why Erin is most inspired by poster art and murals over the recent years. Finding hope in troubled times – How Anna and Kalynn are digging deep in the current moment. How people who would have preferred Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren as the presidential candidate are choosing to vote. Erin’s empathy for people who feel frustrated with the Democratic Party. Hear Erin’s take on the Democratic Party’s strategy for choosing a center-right candidate like Biden. All the gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics are a sign that things are changing. Why Erin feels that hopelessness is a good sign and how it in turn makes her feel hopeful. Ted’s feeling at the Republican Party’s hypocrisy undoing the separation of church and state. The intersectionality of the social issues we face today. Erin’s experience of the orange sky in San Francisco during the wildfires. Anna, Ted, Kalynn, and Sourdough’s personal experience of climate change.  The hypocrisy of the ruling party given the fact that the military is preparing for climate change. Lessons in consuming less that we can take from the pandemic. Why Ted doesn’t have much faith in enduring long-term positive change post-pandemic. The urgency of climate change and why we all need to make changes now. Hear more about Ted, Erin, Anna, and Kalynn’s work they submitted to Indivisible 2020. Where to find everyone online and projects the guests have in the pipeline.  For more information and photos, visit here: https://notrealart.com/anna-stump-erin-yoshi-ted-meyer-kalynn-campbell

1hr 9mins

3 Nov 2020

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March to Matchday- Ted Meyer visits from the RFK Refugees Podcast

Cincinnati Soccer Talk

On this week's March to Matchday, Ted Meyer visits from the RFK Refugees Podcast to preview Sunday night's FC Cincinnati vs. DC United match. Join the 2021 Growler Cup Get involved in this year's Growler Cup presented by Omni Printing and Promotions! To get involved, support CST today by heading over to CincinnatiSoccerTalk.com/support Talking Tactics with Coach Brad Gough Did you know that our own Brad Gough has launched his own podcast called "Talking Tactics with Coach Gough"? It's a great show that takes a deep dive into the tactical and coaching side of soccer. You can find Talking Tactics in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn or wherever you get your podcasts. Support CST! Want to help support Cincinnati Soccer Talk? Want to become an episode captain? Become a supporter today! Subscribe to Cincinnati Soccer Talk Don't forget you can now download and subscribe to Cincinnati Soccer Talk on iTunes today! The podcast can also be found on Stitcher Smart Radio now. We're also available in the Google Play Store and NOW ON SPOTIFY! As always we'd love your feedback about our podcast! You can email the show at feedback@cincinnatisoccertalk.com. We'd love for you to join us on our Facebook page as well! Like us at Facebook.com/CincinnatiSoccerTalk. The show's RSS feed is https://cincinnatisoccertalk.libsyn.com/rss


16 Oct 2020

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Ted Meyer: The Artistic Patient Advocate

Vessel: Art as a Doorway Podcast

Art is being used to create empathy in the hearts of Doctors. How? Meet Ted Meyer as he tells us how he does it on this episode of Vessel: Art as a Doorway.TED TALK https://www.tedmed.com/talks/show?id=620414Ted Meyerwww.tedmeyer.comwww.artandmed.comInstagram@tedmeyerartEmailartandmed@gmail.comCheck out our website at:http://www.clss.studioEmail:leah@leahsmithson.comchanningsmithson@gmail.comHang out with us on Instagram:@leahsmithsonart@justglazechanningSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/leahsmithson)


11 May 2020

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#bOObs for Life with Sylvia Kouveli & Ted Meyer | Episode 054

The CanSurvivor Network

Universe, what’s good?! Today's guests to round out #BreastCancerActionMonth are Sylvia Kouveli and Ted Meyer, who have come together in Los Angeles to create #bOObs for Life, a compilation of visually portrayed stories about physical trauma, personal struggle, survival, and the celebration of life. The exhibition is presented with support from the American Cancer Society.  Before the interview begins, Kelsey has an important announcement about her treatment status. She will be in treatment for another five years and encourages all who qualify to participate in the Breast Cancer Index test. Speaking of screening, Kelsey was on an episode of CureTalks with Priya Menon, Dr. Laura Esserman, and episode 014's very own, April Johnson Stearns to discuss screening. In this interview, we discuss their individual backgrounds, their meeting, and what they hope to accomplish with this project. Sylvia Kouveli is a freelance photographer and digital marketer with a fascination for visual sociology. She aims to work on projects that build awareness and enhance inclusion in a social ambiance and through collaborative social action. Ted Meyer is a nationally recognized artist, curator and patient advocate who helps patients, students, and medical professionals see the positive in the worst life can offer. Ted’s 18-year project “Scarred for Life: Mono-prints of Human Scars” chronicles the trauma and courage of people who have lived through accidents and health crises. If you would like to reach ou to Sylvia and Ted, they can be found: Our social media accounts:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SylviaKouveliPhotography/ & https://www.facebook.com/artyourworldInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/boobs4prevention/ & https://www.instagram.com/tedmeyerart/ Check out our website and sign up for updates! We can be found: Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheCanSurvivor Facebook Group for Survivors: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheCanSurvivors/ Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/m/Ihcbmr7kxbqsp27rzvbwiduozs4?t=The_CanSurvivor_Network IGTV: https://www.instagram.com/thecansurvivor/channel/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecansurvivor/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cansurvivor-network/id1378120771 PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thecansurvivor Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4MarZqSTEvoVxdZg3Is586?si=v5tWrueLS-GRLY1a9r7rWA Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheCanSurvivor Website: https://www.thecansurvivor.org YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSdPo7f2d1UBA_yR06nz0CA Don’t forget to rate, comment and share! Production Credits Joseph Coutcher - Production Travis Moore - Vocals Tre'sja Ellis - Make-Up Music Credits "Feeling Good" by LAKEY Inspired

1hr 7mins

13 Nov 2019

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Ep. 44 Ted Meyer Artist & Patient Advocate. Artist in Residence at the USC Keck School of Medicine

Miss Art World

Ted Meyer is a nationally recognized artist, curator and patient advocate who helps patients, students and medical professionals see the positive in the worst life can offer. Born with Gaucher Disease, Ted’s personal experience with the disease served as his artistic motivation. Today, his 18-year project “Scarred for Life: Mono-prints of Human Scars” chronicles the trauma and courage of people who have lived through accidents and health crises. Ted's paintings have been shown around the world. As the current Artist in Residence at the USC Keck School of Medicine, Ted curates exhibitions of artwork by patients whose subject matter correspond with the medical school’s curriculum and teaches future doctors to see their patients as complex human beings. www.tedmeyer.comTedmed Talk: https://www.tedmed.com/talks/show?id=620414&utm_source=TED+MED+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=a8bfdac821-9.28_Ted+Meyer+talk+release&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c6449cace5-a8bfdac821-25696389


23 Sep 2019

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Ted Meyer: Scarred for Life

InterProfessional Education Collaborative

Ted Meyer’s work is influenced by his dealings with the health care system and his own health problems. Born with Gaucher’s disease, his early paintings depicted contorted and pained skeletal images. His current project “Scarred for Life, Monoprints of Human Scars” depicts scars as art, in particular, he has been working closely with veterans to record their scars and stories.

1hr 17mins

21 Jan 2015