Podcasts and Playlists

Listen to in-depth discussions and curated playlists that take art beyond the museum galleries
the words Vida y Arte on a background of textile and flower design

Vase with Textile and Flower Design (detail), Maya, about A.D. 650-850. Guatemala, Petén, Uaxactun region. Earthenware with colored slips. Anonymous Gift; 1983.405

Vida y Arte

The Vida y Arte podcast brings the art of the Americas to the forefront and shows you why it matters now. Maria Trujillo, interpretive specialist at the museum, engages in conversations with local and national artists and other creatives to connect what it means to be Latino today with current events and with the museum’s Latin America art and ancient American art collections and related exhibitions.

Available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube.

Claude Monet, Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond

Claude Monet, Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond, 1904. Oil on canvas; 34 ¾ x 36 in. (87.95 x 91.44 cm). Funds from Helen Dill bequest, 1935.14

Beyond Monet Podcast

Explore Claude Monet's life and work in this five-part series.

3 images left to right: Beaded wall hanging, Jeffrey Gibson Like a Hammer logo, beaded punching bag

Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Band Choctaw/ Cherokee), IN NUMBERS TOO BIG TO IGNORE, 2016. Glass beads, artificial sinew, copper jingles, metal studs, and repurposed wool army blanket over wood panel; 61½ x 43 in. Fried Family Collection, courtesy of Marc Straus Gallery, New York. Image courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson Studio and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California. Photograph by Peter Mauney. Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Band Choctaw/Cherokee), YOU CAN FEEL IT ALL OVER, 2015. Repurposed punching bag, glass beads, artificial sinew, steel; 41 x 14 x 14 in. From the collection of Teresa and Lorenzo Fertitta. Image courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson Studio and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles, California. Photograph by Peter Mauney.

Playlists on Spotify

Follow the DAM on Spotify to hear curated playlists crafted by artists and museum staff.