Italian Art Pods

By Erika and Beatrice


Italian Art Pods is a podcast channel run by Erika and Beatrice – two Italian native speakers who are passionate about Italian art and literature.
The aim of this podcast is to bring Italian art and literature to you using the beautiful Italian language. There’s no better way to spread the culture of a country than to use its own language, its nuances and melody.
This Podcast is for those who are learning Italian and for those who are Italian or already speak Italian. If you are learning Italian, you can become a member and receive exclusive content to support your learning whilst listening to the episodes.
You can visit the website at to become a member, subscribe to the newsletter, get in touch or make a donation if you are enjoying the show. This channel is currently self-funding so donations are very appreciated.
If you’re enjoying the show, please leave us a short review - It takes less than 60 sec and it really makes a difference to the show. Grazie mille :)
Interested in sponsoring the podcast or collaborate? Feel free to pop an email to
19 episodes
since Dec. 3, 2020
Use API to fetch this podcast in JSON →



Amore e Psiche è una storia che ben si presta alle rappresentazioni artistiche. Una delle versioni più conosciute è que…
La Lupa è una donna, una donna seducente e misteriosa, protagonista di una novella scritta da Giovanni Verga nel 1880.
Ligabue could be quickly described as the Italian Van Gogh. Despite his psychiatric condition, Ligabue realised paintin…
Leopardi was described by Saba, another famous Italian poet, as “the one who cried and understood for everyone”. With h…
Giuseppe Ungaretti experienced the First World War on the front line. He joined up as a volunteer and he fought as an i…
Drama, emotionality, wonder: there are Barocco’s characteristics. It’s not possible to talk about Barocco, without ment…
Gabriele D’Annunzio, since he was young, had the ambition to live an “inimitable life”. If you listen to this episode, …
Borghese Gallery is a beautiful museum immersed in a beautiful park just outside the centre of Rome. Listen to this epi…
Ariosto sa bene che dei desideri e delle illusioni si può restare prigionieri e, con il palazzo di Atlante, l’autore be…
Orlando Furioso (The Frenzy of Orlando) is a chivalrous poem written by Ludovico Ariosto and published in 1516. The poe…
▶ All Episodes
Use API to fetch episodes in JSON →
Disclaimer: The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from Erika and Beatrice, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.