Article | April 26th, 2019
architecture, church, sacramentality
Michael Raia is a church architect and founder of Studio io
Article | March 29th, 2019
Article | March 15th, 2019
architecture, arkansas, art, house, pottery, ryan trusell, writing, zombies
How often do you notice the building you work in or live in? How does it shape or change your behavior? The truth is that architecture forms us in it's own silent but powerful way. Our guest is Ryan Trussel, an artist, a writer, an amateur theologian, husband, and father who knows first hand the importance of authentic and beautiful architecture.
Article | February 15th, 2019
architecture, modernism, sick
Architecture changes radically at the beginning of the 20th century, in large part due to a movement inspired by the industrial revolution. This way of thinking changed how we designed buildings forever, making it acceptable to make utility the chief ordering principle in architecture.
Article | February 1st, 2019
music, polyphony, pythagoras
Music is a transformative force. It speaks to us on such a deep level, that at times can shake us to the core. It can help define our identity, our memory and how we see the world. Join us as we talk with Samuel Sentmanat about the power of music.
Article | January 18th, 2019
beauty, catholic, education, humanities, ihp, john senior, wonder
Article | December 22nd, 2018
architecture, art, beauty, catholic, church, introduction, show notes
All podcasts have to begin somewhere. Tune in to get to know us, find out why we started the podcast and what our hopes are for Catholic Art and Architecture.