ArTEEtude is West Cork´s first art, craft and design podcast created and produced by Detlef Schlich. He will dive and discover with us and the Scottish storyteller Manga illustrator Rae McKinlay into the unknown and exciting deep ocean of the creative mind. McKinlay combines the ancient gift of storytelling with the technology of the 21st Century. She uses for her illustration digital drawing boards, design software and design apps to underpin her ancient skill of storytelling with contemporary digital paintings.
Schlich is Visual Artist and Ritual Designer, living and loving in West Cork and best known for his Essay about the Cause and Effect of Shamanism, Art and Digital Culture. He is mainly working in the field of performance, photography, painting, sound, installations, and film.
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Books and DVD
In the Vineyard of the Text: A Commentary to Hugh’s Didascalicon Paperback – 15 Jun. 1996by Ivan Illich (Author)
In a work with profound implications for the electronic age, Ivan Illich explores how revolutions in technology affect the way we read and understand text.
The Hero’s Journey: Joseph Campbell on His Life and Work (Collected Works of Joseph Campbell) Paperback – 24 April 2014 by Joseph Campbell (Author)
“Blissful! Illuminating! The voice of the master storyteller himself…An outstanding introduction to the great teacher and personalizer of our myths and muses.”
—Noel Riley Fitch, author of Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation
Robert Burns Live [DVD] [NTSC]
The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns Hardcover – 20 Dec. 2011
Transhumanism – Engineering the Human Condition: History, Philosophy and Current Status (Springer Praxis Books) Paperback – 20 Mar. 2019
Transhumanism as a New Social Movement: The Techno-Centred Imagination (Palgrave Studies in the Future of Humanity and its Successors) Hardcover – 20 May 2020 by James Michael MacFarlane (Author)
Wacom Cintiq 16 Creative Pen Display for On Screen Sketching, Illustrating and Drawing
XP-PEN Artist12 11.6″ Graphics Drawing Tablet Monitor Pen Display
I love West Cork Artists Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/WestCorkArt/
visual Podcast ArTEEtude
Download here for free the Essay about the Cause and Effect of Shamanism, Art and Digital Culture
- 169 In the third part of the Arteetude episode with Todd Fleischman and Detlef Schlich we delve into the darker side of the music industry, discuss the cultural phenomenon of punk rock and its influence on society, highlighting some of the larger-than-life characters from Seattle and more. Towards the end of this segment, we listen to a song called NO THANKS written by Duff McKagan (Bass guitarist of Guns n Roses) performed by "The Living," the band that Todd played bass for in the early 1980s.
- 168 Todd Fleischman and Detlef Schlich discuss how to maintain creativity as an artist in your 40s, 50s, and 60s. Todd shares how he learned to play bass from his friend Duff McKagan, who later became a member of Guns N' Roses. Towards the end of this segment, we listen to a song called TWO GENERATION STAND written by Duff McKagan performed by "The Living," the band that Todd played bass for in the early 1980s.
- 167 In the first part of the Arteetude episode, Todd Fleischman and Detlef Schlich discusses his rock 'n' roll lifestyle in the 1980s in Seattle. Towards the end of this segment, we listen to a song called "Live by the Gun," written by Duff McKagan (Bass guitarist of Guns n Roses) performed by "The Living," the band that Todd played bass for in the early 1980s.