Architecture and the Institution with Sean Anderson
Sean Anderson is an alumni of Cornell University’s B. Arch program, got his M. Arch at Princeton, and a PhD in Art History from UCLA. He has done research looking at architectural spaces in Africa and South Asia, focusing on borders, as well as impacts of colonization on places such as Eritrea, Libya, Australasia, and Sri Lanka. He has held a teaching position at University of Sydney in Australia and has also taught in India, Afghanistan, the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, and Italy. Today, Sean is the associate curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art in NYC. In this episode, Sean talks about architecture and curation and the former’s role in larger institutions.
Architecture Through The Lens Of Art With Sean Anderson, And Gita Mirchandani
The Design Pataki Podcast
Sean Anderson is Associate Curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at The Museum of Modern Art. A Fellow of the American Academy in Rome, he has practiced as an architect and taught in Afghanistan, Australia, India, Italy, Morocco, Sri Lanka and the U.A.E. He has written books on South Asian ritual sculpture as well as on modern architecture. As of February 2021, his latest exhibition at the MOMA titled Reconstructions: Architecture and Blackness in America will be the first exhibition to highlight the work of African American and African diasporic architects, co-organized with Mabel O Wilson. Gita is the founder of her namesake public relations firm, GITAPR. Known for her understanding of the evolving media landscape and digital platform, she has masterfully executed international programs in the fields of luxury, business, design, fashion, hospitality, travel, real estate and philanthropy.Here are a few things we discuss with them - Can architecture be considered art, and consequently, can an architect be viewed as an artist? Where do installations and structures with distinct sculptural significances, like the Hudson Yards Vessel fall on the spectrum? Does PR play a role in shaping the narrative around certain projects?The Design Pataki Podcast is brought to you by Design Pataki, one of India’s foremost digital magazines on luxury design. For our top editorial stories on art, architecture and interiors, head to www.designpataki.com. To contact Design Pataki, please email email@example.com. The Design Pataki Podcast is produced in collaboration with Studio41.
Sean Anderson is the CEO of Hoxo Media.Sean is a major reason I started producing content on Linkedin. His podcast, "The Rag", features global recruitment leaders is a must-listen for all recruiters.He's had millions of views on his Linkedin content and hundreds of thousands of downloads of the podcast.This is one you need to catch, feel free to ask questions and I will do my best to keep it interactive.
Sean Anderson, CEO of Hoxo Media & host of The RAG Podcast
The Recruiter's Recruitment Podcast
Sean Anderson is the CEO of Hoxo Media, an inbound marketing for Recruitment Agencies across the world, and also the Host for The Rag PodcastPoints covered in this episode are:Hoxo Media - how did it all come about?How has covid impacted recruitment businesses across the globe?Coping strategies + recommendations for maintaining a strong mindset Podcast & Audible recommendationFurther links to Sean - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-anderson-hoxo/You can also watch this episode on our Youtube channel - https://youtu.be/--GTbvhzOso
Personal Branding, Cold Calling and Content with Sean Anderson
The Recruitment Network Podcast
In Episode 10 of the TRN Podcast, James is joined by Sean Anderson from Hoxo Media, The inbound marketing agency for recruitment businesses. In this podcast, James gets Sean on the other side of the microphone to ask him some questions about what he's been seeing during the COVID-19 period. We find out a lot about the conversations he's been having with recruitment business leader over the last 4 to 5 months to make sure they survive and thrive coming out of the pandemic and find out what Sean thinks the market of tomorrow will look like. Enjoy.
Sean Anderson and Joe DeLeone of the BLEAV FCS Podcast
R&R Cat Cast - A Montana State Bobcat Fan Podcast
R&R is brought to you by Jeremiah Johnson Brewing. We are joined by Sean Anderson and Joe DeLeone, two former Rhode Island football players turned FCS podcasters. We discuss the recent announcement from the Ivy League about cancelling fall sports and how that will impact the college football landscape, and then we get their unique perspective on the 2019 and 2020 Bobcats. Intro music courtesy of Ugly Duckling
S2/Ep7: “The Recruiter Who Became A Marketeer” with Sean Anderson from Hoxo Media.
Recruitment Journeys: The Podcast Series (from Mint Recruitment)
Three and a half years ago, Sean Anderson was trying to work out how to best see out his non-compete contractual agreements, before launching Hoxo Recruitment. Sean had been a very high biller, billing upwards of 700,000 Pounds in his previous role, so there’s no doubt Hoxo Recruitment would have been a huge success.However, during his non-compete period, he realised that very few recruitment businesses were producing authentic, targeted, innovative social media content.And Hoxo Media was born!In this podcast, Sean tells us his fascinating story of how he took a massive gamble to abandon his recruitment career, and reinvent himself as a marketeer, having never previously produced one single piece of online content.Every forward thinking recruiter needs to listen to this podcast interview.
Back in December I sat down with two members of Rhode Island Football Sean Anderson and Joe DeLeone. Sean and Joe's talents go behind the gridiron as they are founder of Anchor Sports Network here at URI and also host two podcasts of their own. It was a great conversation with plenty of laughs, hope you all enjoy!
We talk to Sean Anderson who works for an anonymous Department. He is funny, thoughtful and smart and dives straight into the tough stuff. This episode explores; policy vs frontline, strategy and action and Sean shares some embarrassing stories about getting things wrong! If you'd like to share your thoughts on this episode or anything Fried Bread related, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org