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“If a record company is asking you for an upfront fee to sign you, they aren't interested in your career or your success. They're interested in their own.” – Will Sanders We invest in independent artists whom we feel have the potential for a career in the music industry. Our artists never pay an upfront fee. If we can't make money investing in an artist, then we simply won't sign them. At We '73 Records, we don't waste your money or our time. Check out our website and if you think you're a good fit for us, send us your contact information and a demo. We'll give it a spin (yeah, I know–old school!) and we will get back to you. If we think you've got what it takes, we'll send you an invitation to join our roster of artists.
This week I'm chatting with gallerists Ashley Noyes and Bryce Smith, who created the amazing space Naranjo 141 in Mexico this past year. In this episode we talk about how they both got their start in the arts and what inspired them to start Naranjo 141. NARANJO 141, founded in 2023 in Mexico City by Ashley Noyes and Bryce Smith, is a project-based contemporary art gallery and residency program dedicated to local and international emerging artists. The program is focused on providing an accessible platform to support, engage and grow today's talent. As a meeting place for artists and the community, we are particularly committed to fostering a narrative founded on the joint, collaborative voices of the artists, galleries and collectors of this generation. LINKS: https://www.naranjo141.com/ @naranjo141.cdmx Artist Shoutout: 2023 Residency Participants: Fabian Ramirez, Lily Alice Baker, Bayo Alvaro, Taylor Lee, Christopher Paul Jordan, Lizzy Lunday, Anna Kenneally I Like Your Work Links: Check out our sponsor for this episode: The Sunlight Podcast at https://www.sunlighttax.com/podcast Apply to the Chautauqua School of Art Residency Program Join the Works Membership ! https://theworksmembership.com/ Watch our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@ilikeyourworkpodcast Submit Your Work Check out our Catalogs! Exhibitions Studio Visit Artist Interviews I Like Your Work Podcast Say “hi” on Instagram
Fri, 01 Dec 2023 13:30:00 GMT http://relay.fm/pictorial/82 http://relay.fm/pictorial/82 Betty Chen and Quinn Rose Betty walks Quinn through highlights from the history of Aboriginal Australian art, including the longest continual art practice in the world. Betty walks Quinn through highlights from the history of Aboriginal Australian art, including the longest continual art practice in the world. clean 2287 Betty walks Quinn through highlights from the history of Aboriginal Australian art, including the longest continual art practice in the world. Links and Show Notes: Support Pictorial with a Relay FM Membership Finest Aboriginal Art Online by Leading Indigenous Artists Megafauna Ships Milky Way and the Seven Sisters Cross Hatching The Wandjina spirit Bark paintings commission Bark Petition of 1963 Ngurrara canvas Ngurrara canvas - in progress Artists creating a ground painting, 2002 The birth of the Western
Join host Rob Lee as he engages in a rich conversation with Christine Sciacca, curator of European art at the Walters Art Museum. They discuss Christine's journey in art history, her fascination with Ethiopian art, and the upcoming exhibition "Ethiopia at the Crossroads." Discover the connections between past and present, the significance of manuscripts in storytelling, and the cultural impact of Ethiopian art.
This week on our Arts to Hearts Podcast, our host Charuka Arora has invited Carrie Scott to talk about her career as a writer, curator, art historian, and TV presenter. As Carrie and Charuka sit down, they talk about the art world, wearing multiple hats as a creative, and how women are expected to behave in a patriarchal world. Carrie started her career as a writer, but soon she shifted her focus towards the art world. Carrie's passion for helping artists was a major catalyst behind her professional decisions. From being at a writing agency to doing temporary exhibits, she has come a long way in her creative journey. What always drove Carrie was her love for arts and how she found purpose in this field. At the same time, she acknowledges the baggage that comes with being in the art world, as being an artist is not an easy job, contrary to what many people still believe. For Carrie, her career took a significant turn, when in 2009, recession happened. For her, it ended up being a blessing in disguise because Carrie was able to launch her own business at a gallery and an art consultancy. Over the past decade, Carrie has worked with numerous well known artists including Nick Knight and Marina Shacola. Carrie's approach is centered on collaboration and building meaningful partnerships. She seeks out artists who have a clear vision, and helps them navigate the art world, whether it's through exhibitions, publications, or other creative projects. In this week's episode, Carrie also talks about not just women in general, but also women in arts. Since the beginning, Carrie has noticed the stark contrast between the treatment of women and men, and she highlights how in this day and age, women still have to fight for equal pay. Discussing the place of women in today's world, Carrie calls attention to the fact that not much has changed between the 80s and now, and there is still need for a lot of change in the society. To listen to more of this insightful conversation and understand how Carrie was able to build a successful career without a definite plan, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
Bay Area sports host Damon Bruce on the case for Eagles and 49ers as the 2 best teams in the NFL, Brock Purdy's torrid start to his career, how he's perceived and the painful exit of the Oakland A's.
In this powerful episode, Oakland-based artist and muralist Fernanda Martinez shares helpful tips for those who are ready to increase visibility and get more eyes on their work. Here's what we discuss:1. Why Fernanda decided to pursue an art career after moving to the Bay Area.2. The importance of putting yourself out there and staying open to new opportunities.3. Specific strategies that have helped Fernanda to grow her art career in only a few years.4. Advice for artists who are interested in painting murals.About Fernanda:Fernanda Martínez is an Oakland-based artist and founder of La Tinta Art. Through her abstract paintings and murals, Fernanda explores the relation with the environment by incorporating nature elements as themes. With an experimental and intuitive approach to her work, Fernanda's pieces are unique statements that represent feelings of connection, expansion and growth.Over the past seven years, Fernanda has exhibited her work throughout galleries; she has also collaborated with brands such as Meta, Google, Anthropologie, Lulu and Georgia, among others. Fernanda's art and murals can be found across the Bay Area and select online platforms.Website: latintaart.comInstagram: @tinta_artVisit our website: visionaryartcollective.comFollow us on Instagram: @visionaryartcollective + @newvisionarymagJoin our newsletter: visionaryartcollective.com/newsletter
#223: Are you an artist looking for a new social media platform to explore? Fun Love Media Director of Design and talented wood burning artist, Megan Colwell, shares why she's loving Threads as an artist. Follow Megan's design account on Instagram here. Follow Megan's artist account on Instagram here. Follow The Social Sunshine Podcast on Instagram here, Facebook here, TikTok here and LinkedIn here. Follow Britney on Instagram here, Facebook here, TikTok here and LinkedIn here. Learn more about Britney's community, Small Biz Social Society, right here. Interested in working with Britney's marketing agency or in hiring Britney to speak? Head right here for more information.
For Your Consideration: It's another episode of AOAOAOA. We gathered the people behind FYC campaigns --marketing for shows aimed at awards voters that can include screeners, billboards, or a pop-up car wash set in the 1950s --together to talk shop and experience a collective hallucination. Artists on Artists on Artists on Artists is an improvised Hollywood roundtable podcast by Kylie Brakeman, Jeremy Culhane, Angela Giarratana, and Patrick McDonald. Music by Gabriel Ponton.Hollywood's talking. Make sure you're listening. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Youtube! Please rate us five stars! Join our Patreon for exclusive bonus episodes and fun content. https://www.patreon.com/aoaoaoapod
It's been said before, yet I feel it's worth repeating that when making mokuhanga, you don't make it alone. So many people influence us that it may be difficult to pinpoint who or what impacts our creative lives the most. In this episode of the Unfinished Print I speak with mokuhanga printmaker Hellory. Based in Italy, Hellory makes multi-colour mokuhanga with luxury techniques. She learned these techniques from her mentor, Giovanni Berio Ligustro. We discuss the intertwined artistic lives of Hellory and Ligustro. What learning from a mentor was like, what studying and assisting her teacher did for her work, and Hellory shares with me how she creates her mokuhanga using deluxe techniques such as gold leaf, mica, embossing, glassing and more. Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own mokuhanga work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints or email me at email@example.com Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Artists works follow after the note. Pieces are mokuhanga unless otherwise noted. Dimensions are given if known. Hellory - website Giovanni Berio Ligustro (1924-2015) - website © Popular Wheat Productions opening and closing musical credit - Bobcaygeon by The Tragically Hip. Released on their Phantom Power album in 1998 on Universal Records. logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Українi If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***
TIDAL just went and opened up the opportunity to pitch directly to TIDAL's editorial team for playlist consideration - for a limited time. This pitch tool will only be available from November 29 until December 13, 2023 via TIDAL Artist Home. Artists.Tidal.Com
For more than forty years, artist James Castle drew inspiration from his home, creating impactful work that challenged certain aspects of the art world. Today that same house has provided similar inspiration for 22 other artists who have brought new life and understanding the historic site.
Artists Remake the World: A Contemporary Art Manifesto (Yale UP, 2023) puts forward an account of contemporary art's political ambitions and potential. Surveying such innovations as evidence-driven art, socially engaged art, and ecological art, the book explores how artists have attempted to offer bold solutions to the world's problems. Simoniti systematises the perspectives of contemporary art as a force for political and social change. At its best, he argues, contemporary art allows us to imagine utopias and presents us with hard truths, which mainstream political discourse cannot yet articulate. Covering subjects such as climate change, social justice, and global inequality, Artists Remake the World offers a philosophy of contemporary art as an experimental branch of politics. Vid Simoniti is a Lecturer in Philosophy of Art at the University of Liverpool. He is the co-editor, with James Fox, of Art and knowledge after 1900. Ryan Trecartin, P.opular S.ky (section ish), 2009. My conversation with Fuller and Weizman on Forensic Architecture and Investigative Aesthetics. Pierre d'Alancaisez is a contemporary art curator, cultural strategist, researcher. Sometime scientist, financial services professional. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In this episode we talk about BasePaint, an innovative onchain art collaboration platform, where artists collectively create pixel art on a shared canvas for 24 hours, with profits distributed among contributors.
Artists Remake the World: A Contemporary Art Manifesto (Yale UP, 2023) puts forward an account of contemporary art's political ambitions and potential. Surveying such innovations as evidence-driven art, socially engaged art, and ecological art, the book explores how artists have attempted to offer bold solutions to the world's problems. Simoniti systematises the perspectives of contemporary art as a force for political and social change. At its best, he argues, contemporary art allows us to imagine utopias and presents us with hard truths, which mainstream political discourse cannot yet articulate. Covering subjects such as climate change, social justice, and global inequality, Artists Remake the World offers a philosophy of contemporary art as an experimental branch of politics. Vid Simoniti is a Lecturer in Philosophy of Art at the University of Liverpool. He is the co-editor, with James Fox, of Art and knowledge after 1900. Ryan Trecartin, P.opular S.ky (section ish), 2009. My conversation with Fuller and Weizman on Forensic Architecture and Investigative Aesthetics. Pierre d'Alancaisez is a contemporary art curator, cultural strategist, researcher. Sometime scientist, financial services professional. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory
This is the final episode in my series of special episodes of Write, Publish, and Shine that take a deep dive into the creation of Room magazine issue 46.3, where I was lead editor of the issue.Today it's my delight to speak to another artist whose work we accepted for inside the issue.Sarah Esmi (she/her) is an Iranian-American mother, writer, collage artist, producer, director and lawyer. She told me about her collage practice and how the artistic interpretation of her visual work differs from her poetry.I loved her art so much, and to learn more about what went into the piece we published called “Insides” plus collage as an art practice.All the notes for this episode are up at rachelthompson.co/87—OPEN NOW: LIT MAG LOVE! Get a big “YES” for your writing from literary journals you love in this five-week guided course. rachelthompson.co/litmaglove Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode the crew discusses Black Friday, Is It Tacoma, AI Wild West, OpenAI, and Chucky Cheese getting rid of their animatronics. 01:50 – Erik pops in on this episode, the guys talk about Black Friday shopping, and Justin explains what Small Business Saturday is. Jeff shares what his wife will have for sale during the event, Justin shares the new cat tree he bought during the Black Friday sale, and each share what they enjoyed for Thanksgiving dinner. Justin talks about doing a pickle brine on his turkey and his excitement of having turkey sandwiches in the upcoming week. 21:52 – Justin talks about putting up the Christmas lights, his plans of leaving the outdoor lights up all year long moving forward, and the KiaBoyz trend on TikTok. He talks about KiaBoyz incidents in Tacoma, the group causing school lockdowns, and Scott discusses the enternment value behind taking public transportation. 42:22 – Justin kicks off Is It Tacoma, introduces the contestants, and reads each of the articles. The guys each guess which article they think is based in Tacoma, Justin reveals which one is the correct article, and shares where the other articles are from. Scott talks about the history of photography, Jeff ponders on how AI will be accepted as an art form, and Juston proposes GCP AI. 66:45 – Scott talks about the recent news of the rehire of OpenAI's CEO, Justin talks about the CEO also getting hired by Microsoft, and what lead the board of OpenAI to let him go. Jeff expresses his excitement of using AI as a tool, ways that it could be used, and Derek explains the idea behind the game Five Nights at Freddy's.
Artists Remake the World: A Contemporary Art Manifesto (Yale UP, 2023) puts forward an account of contemporary art's political ambitions and potential. Surveying such innovations as evidence-driven art, socially engaged art, and ecological art, the book explores how artists have attempted to offer bold solutions to the world's problems. Simoniti systematises the perspectives of contemporary art as a force for political and social change. At its best, he argues, contemporary art allows us to imagine utopias and presents us with hard truths, which mainstream political discourse cannot yet articulate. Covering subjects such as climate change, social justice, and global inequality, Artists Remake the World offers a philosophy of contemporary art as an experimental branch of politics. Vid Simoniti is a Lecturer in Philosophy of Art at the University of Liverpool. He is the co-editor, with James Fox, of Art and knowledge after 1900. Ryan Trecartin, P.opular S.ky (section ish), 2009. My conversation with Fuller and Weizman on Forensic Architecture and Investigative Aesthetics. Pierre d'Alancaisez is a contemporary art curator, cultural strategist, researcher. Sometime scientist, financial services professional. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/art
Artists Remake the World: A Contemporary Art Manifesto (Yale UP, 2023) puts forward an account of contemporary art's political ambitions and potential. Surveying such innovations as evidence-driven art, socially engaged art, and ecological art, the book explores how artists have attempted to offer bold solutions to the world's problems. Simoniti systematises the perspectives of contemporary art as a force for political and social change. At its best, he argues, contemporary art allows us to imagine utopias and presents us with hard truths, which mainstream political discourse cannot yet articulate. Covering subjects such as climate change, social justice, and global inequality, Artists Remake the World offers a philosophy of contemporary art as an experimental branch of politics. Vid Simoniti is a Lecturer in Philosophy of Art at the University of Liverpool. He is the co-editor, with James Fox, of Art and knowledge after 1900. Ryan Trecartin, P.opular S.ky (section ish), 2009. My conversation with Fuller and Weizman on Forensic Architecture and Investigative Aesthetics. Pierre d'Alancaisez is a contemporary art curator, cultural strategist, researcher. Sometime scientist, financial services professional. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts
This had to be one of the more interesting podcasts I've done. It's with Helen and Richard Shull, and they own Esmeralda Turquoise Company in Nevada. They had come into my gallery and we were talking about what they do. It turns out they're miners/gemologists and they own turquoise mines that are scattered through northern Nevada.After a brief conversation I asked them to come on the show and they gave this wonderful talk about how you find mines, and what it means to be a miner in 2023. They clearly love what they do. I mean, these are very intellectual, savvy individuals. Richard's a gemologist and Helen is a botanist, but they just love turquoise.I wrote a fiction book called Stone Men. That was kind of the ethos of what this was like. To have these two actual stone people who have dedicated their entire lives, eating, breathing, and living turquoise on the podcast, well, it made for a phenomenal episode. Richard and Helen Shull on Art Dealer Diaries Podcast episode 272.
Are you an artist who wants to earn a full-time living doing what you absolutely LOVE? The Empowered Artist Podcast is here to help! After a SMASHING 21,000 podcast downloads (wowza!)... Today, I am highlighting ⭐️3 Listener Favorite Episodes, 100% worth a re-listen, so you can take action and implement the concepts discussed.Because THAT is the key to growing your art business (and feeling empowered, too)! The 1st highlighted episode focuses on selling art confidently and avoiding underpricing. I talk about offering tiered pricing, upsells, and downsells, as well as the importance of remarketing artwork. The 2nd highlighted episode shares 3 art gallery mistakes and how to fast track an art business. We cover the power of failure and the lessons learned from personal marketing efforts. The 3rd highlighted episode features a guest, Chelsea Glanz, who shares her journey as a successful emerging artist and three secrets to growing an art business to $10,000. The secrets include self-reflection, focusing on resonating with the audience, and paying attention to ideal audience and artwork.YOU WILL LEARN:✓ Sell art confidently by offering tiered pricing, upsells, and downsells.✓ Learn from failures and make personal marketing efforts to fast track an art business.✓ Grow an art business by practicing self-reflection, focusing on resonating with the audience, and paying attention to ideal audience and artwork.00:00Introduction to Listener Favorite Episodes01:00Importance of actionable podcasts02:00Announcement of bonus episode03:00Podcast prize reminder04:00Gratitude for listeners and mission of the show05:00Highlighting 3 Listener Favorite Episodes06:001st Listener Favorite:: Selling art confidently and pricing07:002nd Listener Favorite Art gallery mistakes and fast-tracking business08:003rd Listener Favorite Growing art business to 10K09:00Listener goody bag: 5 ways to learn from the podcastRESOURCES
Joe sits down with Eamonn Shanahan (IE) and Katrīna Tračuma (LV), artists of the international "Nua Collective" which will be opening an exhibition called "Blackout" about climate change and the energy crisis on December 9 in the Jelgava Old Town House. To find out more about the exhibition, you can visit their website here! https://nuacollective.ie/blackout/ Opening and closing music by Austra Apsīte
This week Part-Time Fanboy crosses international waters once again to chat with Scottish artist and graphic designer Chris Baldie! Baldie recently wrapped up the Kickstarter campaign for his almost dialogue free comic book, Jacques and the Great Art Theft! Chris has also published other comics on his own such as Space Captain, Rolled a One, […]
Ever wondered how Thanksgiving became a national holiday or how many calls turkey companies such as Butterball receive this time of year? Join me, Holly Curby, on a festive episode of Holly's Highlight as we unravel the fascinating trivia surrounding Thanksgiving. We'll giggle at the story of how an accidental turkey overstock birthed TV dinners, gasp at the initial Thanksgiving menu, and learn a common misconception of how turkeys gobble gobble.But, this episode is not just about festive cheer. It's also about understanding the often unspoken reality of post-event blues. You know, that melancholy feeling that settles in after the high of a major event or project. I'll share valuable insights into the biological and psychological reasons behind them. We'll talk practical strategies to combat these blues, emphasizing the importance of rest and a balanced social calendar. It's a journey that traverses the joys of celebration to the depths of introspection, equipping you with tools to navigate the emotional rollercoaster of the holiday season.Episode Sponsor:Make a positive impact this Giving Tuesday by purchasing a copy of Face-Lift: embracing hope through your heartaches, available through your local book stores and online retailers such as Amazon, Target, Walmart, and Barnes & Noble. Face-Lift is a perfect gift for everyone on your Christmas list.Support the showVisit www.hollycurby.com for more information and to sign up for the monthly Holly's Happenings e-newsletter.
The "Boise Open Studio Collective" is exploring what inspires artists, so they decided to bring songwriters and visual artists together for an interactive exhibit that takes a unique look at this creative process.
Chelsee Pettit was always passionate about fashion as a means of artistic expression. She is a member of Aaamjiwnaang First Nations but, growing up in Sarnia, ON, she struggled to keep her roots in her heritage while fitting in with white society. Seeing the conditions and lack of pride that has been instilled in many Indigenous youth, Chelsee became determined to create a better future through leading by example and showing them that they can maintain their cultural identity while succeeding in the modern world. At 26 years old, she founded Aaniin Retail Inc., an innovative department concept housing over 30 Indigenous brands and collaborations with Indigenous artists. Her company acts as both an online platform and physical storefront in downtown Toronto – allowing her vision of connecting people from all walks and phases of life through creativity, education, artistry & business reach even further. Despite having no college degree, but over 8 years experience in retail management - Chelsee believes that everyone has something unique to offer the world - thus providing hands-on learning opportunities for those looking to upskill themselves significantly. In her view, alternative sources of education and knowledge are vital to allowing youth to find their passions. Chelsee is an inspiring leader and mentor whose mission is to give Indigenous youth the tools they need for success. Through her work, she has helped many people reach their highest aspirations, proving that anything can be achieved with enough determination. Aaniin creates a direct impact to the Indigenous economy by allowing a wide demographic to shop online and in store. Designers that she showcases range from individuals living on reserve to those in the heart of Toronto. Her fashion pieces are intended to start conversations for Indigenous and non-Indigenous people across Turtle Island - showing the world that we are still here and the future is Indigenous and bright. In addition to her online and in-store platform, Chelsee is a frequent speaker at events, podcasts and panel discussions on the topic of unlocking the deep Indigenous economy and empowering Indigenous youth. She has hosted fashion shows and events to elevate and showcase her own creations and those of other designers. Chelsee has been awarded over $21,000 in small business grants from companies including MasterCard, American Express and Shopify. Chelsee's journey and success have been chronicled through features in a number of news sources: https://www.pier-five.com/aaniin https://biv.com/article/2022/10/indigenous-leaders-want-corporate-reconciliation-efforts-extend-beyond-sept-30 https://www.blogto.com/fashion_style/2022/09/aaniin-toronto/ https://preprod-ottawa.citynews.ca/2022/09/30/indigenous-leaders-want-corporate-reconciliation-efforts-to-extend-beyond-sept-30-5892328/ https://www.blogto.com/events/truth-and-reconciliation-day-event-toronto/ https://www.blogto.com/fashion_style/2022/09/buy-orange-shirt-day-ontario/ https://www.blogto.com/radar/2022/09/toronto-events-honour-national-truth-and-reconciliation-day/ https://www.thespec.com/ts/news/gta/2023/03/24/toronto-is-getting-a-free-indigenous-music-and-arts-festival-this-weekend.html Entrepreneurs are the backbone of Canada's economy. To support Canada's businesses, subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Want to stay up-to-date on the latest #entrepreneur podcasts and news? Subscribe to our bi-weekly newsletter
Curate Conversations | Episode 018 Debrief Episode 018 was a special one. I have the privilege of getting to interview Stephanie Barron Hall, who is the expert behind one of the most popular Enneagram accounts on instagram: Nine Types Co. I've consumed her content for YEARS and I'm sure you've seen/shared at least a few of her posts. In our conversation, we talked about as much of the enneagram as we could — which was definitely not enough time, so we'll have to have her back. Here's the debrief. Join the Curate Community Membership (code PODCAST, 20% off) to join our global community. Special thanks to our sponsors, Parker Clay (code CURATE15), SeaVees (code CURATE20), and The Artists' Lawyer (code CURATE). Music created by Queentide.
The annual Studio Museum residency has long been one of the most prestigious artist residencies in the city, and a fertile ground for emerging Black artists. The program includes alumni such as David Hammons, Mickalene Thomas, and Kehinde Wiley. A new exhibition at MoMA PS1 presents the work of the 2022-23 artists in residence: Jeffrey Meris, Devin N. Morris, and Charisse Pearlina Weston. Meris and Morris join us alongside curator Yelena Keller to discuss the show. And Ever An Edge: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2022–23 is on view through April 8.
We've been looking ahead to the new year in recent episodes, but today we will address the fact that not everyone feels excited about the new year. Some of you have had a tough year and need time to process or heal from it. Or, maybe you are in a big season of doubt or confusion as an artist. All of this can impact how we feel going into a new year. Join us for Episode 56 of the Thriving Artists Podcast, How to Anticipate A Great Year Ahead (Even When You Have Your Doubts), as we discuss a few simple suggestions for bringing some positive anticipation into your life this time of year, whether you are feeling excited or not. Jamie and Kaylan's Tips for Anticipating a Great Year Ahead: Enter into Deeper Awareness: Do some reflection and write about your past year. Writing how you really feel and reflecting with honesty can help you find a lot of gratitude. This can bring you into a deeper understanding for where you are currently at with things in your life. Set Firmer Boundaries: Many of us struggle with stressful anticipation and doubt because we are actually experiencing a lack of boundaries or security in our present moment. Ask yourself where you need to set some firmer boundaries and what is contributing to your stress right now. Evaluate where you can carve out more time and space for yourself. Move Forward with Self-Compassion: You have done, and you are doing SO MUCH dear artist. You deserve a medal, a gold star, and a cash prize just for being an artist. It is such hard work. Please be kind to yourself this time of year and always. Recognize that you are human and you deserve softness and grace and understanding. As always, we are here for you, we are cheering you on, and we believe in the work you are doing as thriving artists! Join the Thrive Together Network to plug into our programming for 2024! Visit www.thrivetogethernetwork.com to learn more!
In this episode of the Books for Men podcast, Douglas Vigliotti recaps the month of November 2023, expresses gratitude to listeners for their support, and encourages them to spread the word about the podcast. He then proceeds to summarize the three books discussed in the previous month's episodes. The first book is Vigliotti's own novel, Tom Collins, which explores the theme of consumption versus creation. The second book is The Top Five Regrets of the Dying by Bronnie Ware, which delves into the regrets people have about life on their deathbeds. The third book is City of Thieves by David Benioff, a historical fiction novel set during the Nazi siege of Leningrad. The host shares his thoughts and favorite quotes from each book and encourages listeners to listen to the podcast episodes or read the books themselves. He concludes by reminding listeners to share the podcast and provides information on accessing full transcripts and signing up for the newsletter at BooksforMen.org.If you enjoyed this episode, please consider supporting the podcast. Any of the three things below will help provide awareness for the initiative—inspiring (more) men to read and bringing together men who do. (Ladies, of course, you're always welcome!)Share with a friend or on social mediaSubscribe or follow on your favorite podcast platformLeave a rating or reviewVisit BooksforMen.org to sign up for the Books for Men newsletter, a monthly round-up of every episode with full book and author info, all the best quotes, and newsletter-only book recommendations!
If you could live on your own terms with no money, worries, or responsibilities- how would you be REALLY living?? It amazes me how many people live a life they think they should live. Myself included. I fall into the trap year after year of making decisions based on what is expected or what I think others will like. I intentionally reframe this thinking and check in with what I REALLY desire. This is a question I ponder at this time of year. I love the cycle of coming towards the end of a year. It's time to shed old skin, relight fires that burnt out and re-navigate my compass. I love reflecting on how I design my life going forward. I can feel shifts in my own life that have been brewing for a long time, and 2024 is going to be a time of change for me - I have some exciting plans - but these plans are only coming to fruition as I spend time going through the Best Year Yet program!! I would love you to join me - the event starts on. 18th January 2024 But, when you sign up, you get access to the Best Year Yet Prep immediately. Best Year Yet is a process of designing your own life. You can learn more here:
Helen Beaglehole is a Wellington writer, editor, and historian whose family has been collecting contemporary New Zealand art for over two generations. Nine to Noon spoke to her last year when she published her book One Hundred Havens: A History of the Marlborough Sounds. Helen has now opened her red front door for her latest book: Light and Reflections, published alongside photographer Matthew O'Reilly, to share her life of collecting work from the now-prominent names, who were then up-and-comers.
Time to level up this week despite whatever the full moon in Gemini brings. Lean on trusted advisers and your own entrepreneurial spirit to move towards being own boss when it comes to your art. Sarah is using the Morgan Greer deck. Follow along with video on The Side Woo's Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3obgaJzgBPe7TiIN0yDm1Q --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesidewoo/message
Episode Summary: In this episode of the Business of Dance podcast, host Menina Fortunato takes us on a journey through her illustrious career in dance and the business side of it. The episode culminates with the birth of the Business of Dance podcast, aimed at helping aspiring dancers navigate the complexities of a professional dance career. Throughout the episode, Menina's passion for dance and business shines through, making it a must-listen for anyone looking to make a mark in the dance industry. Show Notes: 00:00:00 - Introduction to the Business of Dance Podcast 00:03:33 - Menina's Early Education in Dance Business 00:04:16 - Menina's First Professional Dance Gig 00:06:37 - Menina's Move to LA 00:08:33 - Menina's Work with Renowned Shows and Artists 00:10:46 - The Birth of the Business of Dance Mentorship Program 00:12:04 - The Aim of the Business of Dance Podcast Biography: Menina Fortunato, the founder of The Business of Dance, boasts a remarkable three-decade tenure in the dance industry. Her TV & fappearances on prominent television shows and films, including America's Got Talent, Latin American Music Awards, Star Trek: Enterprise, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Guys Choice Awards, Alias, MAD TV, Spectacular, Kickin It Old Skool, and Celebrity Fit Club. Throughout her illustrious career, she has collaborated with a myriad of esteemed recording artists, including Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Carrie Underwood, Paula Abdul, Maluma, Carmen Electra, P!nk, Fergie, Luke Bryan, Earth Wind & Fire, MC Hammer, Victoria Justice, William Hung, Rain, and Luis Miguel, to name but a few. Her creative prowess shone as she assumed roles such as associate choreographer for The X Factor, associate consulting producer on America's Got Talent, and executive producer for various music videos filmed at Universal Studios and Paramount Studios. Her exceptional industry insight earned her a coveted spot as a guest judge on the acclaimed TV show DANCE MOMS, where she adjudicated of Maddie Ziegler and JoJo Siwa, among others. Beyond her notable accomplishments, Menina is the visionary founder and owner of The Hollywood Summer Tour and The London Spring Tour, prestigious dance programs designed to educate, guide, and inspire aspiring dancers pursuing a career in the commercial dance industry. Recognized as a trusted authority in her field, Menina has served on the advisory board at Studio School (formerly Relativity School) for their esteemed Commercial Dance BFA program. Additionally, she has played an instrumental role as a voting committee member for the World Choreography Awards, Universal Dance Awards, and the National Dance Committee for SAG (Screen Actors Guild). Connect on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/meninafortunato https://www.instagram.com/meninafortunato/ https://firstname.lastname@example.org Websites: https://www.meninafortunato.com/ https://www.bizofdance.com/menina-fortunato
The first book to document the efforts of the FBI against the most famous American folk singers of the mid-twentieth century, including Woody Guthrie, 'Sis Cunningham, Pete Seeger, Lee Hays and Burl Ives.Some of the most prominent folk singers of the twentieth century, including Woody Guthrie, 'Sis Cunningham, Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Burl Ives, etc., were also political activists with various associations with the American Communist Party. As a consequence, the FBI, along with other governmental and right-wing organizations, were monitoring them, keeping meticulous files running many thousands of pages, and making (and carrying out) plans to purge them from the cultural realm.In The Folk Singers and the Bureau, Aaron J Leonard draws on an unprecedented array of declassified documents and never before released files to shed light on the interplay between left-wing folk artists and their relationship with the American Communist Party, and how it put them in the US government's repressive cross hairs.At a time of increasing state surveillance and repression, The Folk Singers and the Bureau shows how the FBI and other governmental agencies have attempted to shape and repress American culture.read less9 months agoThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
Zoey Frank is a Colorado-based painter who works one large multiple figure compositions and still lifes in oil. And a new mother. She received her MFA in painting from Laguna College of Art and Design, California after studying for four years with Juliette Aristides at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, Washington. Zoey has received three Elizabeth Greenshields grants, her work has been featured in publications such as Fine Art Connoisseur and High Fructose, and she has exhibited in galleries across the United States, England, and the Netherlands. Zoey was born in Boulder, CO in 1987, the only child of Ina Robbins, a psychotherapist and Douglas Frank, an acupuncturist. As a child, Zoey was drawn to arts and crafts. In school, she also enjoyed sports and briefly aspired to become a basketball player. But from the age of 13, she knew that art would be her life-calling and she found her way to art programs that would give her the foundation for her career. While she was studying she worked as a figure model for art courses. Whilst in her MFA program she was already selling her paintings so she was encouraged that once she graduated she could make a living with her art. For a while, Zoey struggled with health issues, which eventually served to confirm her life's purpose. As her success has grown, so too have her canvases and she is currently working on an 18 feet high by 20 feet wide piece that she began two years ago. Zoey also offers online courses on a variety of subjects. She and her husband Peter and daughter Ida Joan live in Fort Collins, Colorado.Zoey's website: https://zoeyfrank.com/Instagram: @zoeyfrankZoe's Podcast Playlist:Slate Culture Gabfest Scriptnotes Harry Potter and the Sacred Text Some favorite artists:Cecily BrownNjideka CrosbyLois DoddSusan Jane WalpSusan LitchmanCatherine KehoeJennifer PochinskiStephanie PierceCeleste Rapone Host: Chris StaffordProduced by Hollowell StudiosFollow @theaartpodcast on InstagramEmail: email@example.comThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4769409/advertisement
A fun mix of disco funk boogie songs - both new & old. Enjoy! Artists include: Zap, Enlightment, Factback, One Way, Lakeside, Tuxedo and moreSupport the showI.G: benniejames3Twitter: @benniejames123FB: bennie.james.10Website: djbeniejames.comStudio Line: 1-856 295-1753 - leave a voicemail messageLicensed by ASCAP 400009874
This is the traditional time of year to focus on gratitude for the blessings in our lives. And while gratitude can and should cover a lot of areas of life, since this podcast is mainly aimed at artists, today we're going to consider some of the ways that we as artists can be uniquely grateful. These include being thankful for being able to do our work, for those who appreciate it, for opportunities that come our way, and for the personal growth we gain from creative practice. Art adds a dimension to our lives that is deeply satisfying and affirming, whether we do it mainly for ourselves or whether we bring it to the wider world or even make a career of it. Today we want to focus on gratitude for the ability and the passion we have for making art. Spending some time to write about what your art practice means to you is a meaningful way to explore your grateful feelings for your art practice and the creative aspects of your life. We can all get caught up in the ups and downs of the daily situation in the studio but taking a pause to acknowledge its special importance to you is uplifting. This can include looking back to times when challenges and difficulties in your creative life have led to positive outcomes, and the ways that you have grown as a person as a result. Perseverance, trust, and belief in yourself can build up over time as you involve yourself in your work. Gratitude can extend not only to what comes to us in personal ways but also to what we are able to share. Making art can be seen as a way of loving the larger world when you do it with a sense of gratitude and when you offer others a bit of your sense of beauty and rightness. Whether it is through exhibiting, teaching, writing, or speaking about your work, you can be grateful for having something meaningful to share with others. The list of things for which an artist can be thankful is long; each of us has our own specific or personal thoughts and experiences, but there are also more universal aspects of the creative life that can be acknowledged. No matter what role art plays in your own life, it enhances your life now and on into the future with its benefits of ongoing involvement and healthy aging. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). • When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick What's new at Cold Wax Academy? Fall quarter is now underway with sessions on Texture, Materiality and Process, Finding Time for your Work, a return visit with Gamblin representative Mary Tevlin, a painting clinic for works in progress, and the quarterly member critique. As always, Members are encouraged to take part in the online sessions, where lively discussions take place as Rebecca and Jerry respond in real time, But if you can't make it to the live sessions, remember that Cold Wax Academy Members have unlimited streaming access to over 100 previously recorded sessions --and now you can navigate the extensive range of topics with an index to easily find what you need. By the way, you don't have to use cold wax medium to benefit from the content in these recordings. Artists who use other painting media will also find a wealth of valuable information --including effective use of the visual elements and composition, personal voice and intentions, mentoring topics like procrastination and work/life balance--and much, much more. For more info and to join CWA please visit www.coldwaxacademy.com Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information as well as basic information about using cold wax medium. Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Also-- please visit https://www.espacioart.org to learn about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. A few booking openings are still available in 2023, so please incquire if you are interested. Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? Email Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) for current mid-roll advertising rates. • For more from The Messy Studio: www.messystudiopodcast.com www.facebook.com/messystudiopodcast • For more from Rebecca Crowell: www.rebeccacrowell.com www.coldwaxacademy.com • The Messy Studio Podcast is a Tick Digital Media Production.
Dirty Hippies Asking For Regulation of AI :: Marina Vs Charli XCX drama :: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery :: Is Joe Rogan scared of being replaced by AI? :: Artists can use new tech or fight it and lose :: 60 year old anniversary of JFK murder :: People are afraid of AI because they're afraid of change :: A mentality of lack instead of abundance causes fear of new technology :: Special economic zones in Honduras get an AP article denouncing them :: LDS church accused of large amounts of child abuse :: 2023-11-22 Hosts: Bonnie, Riley, Nikki Support Riley on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crblake86 Send Bitcoin: 1MnoYoPirXQHfhknDxbDHhLsF9u7kUggKy Send Bitcoin Cash: qpp62s8uupdqkrfew7vgp805pnsh5jk2ncnfkndwrd Dash: XpApo1jcPzTJyLLB6G8GJ7DoW9CGjcV5xT Ether: 0xFb1a23163bea743BB79B93849D864ad070597855 Lightcoin ltc1q6ygsamrkwl0at93datyqfh47z4crg4jkg4fx30
Merry Christmas 2023 from UNLOCKING YOUR WORLD OF CREATIVITY.Here is a playlist with all genres of Christmas music, courtesy of MTS Family artists. Track List:Richard Lynch - Santa's Cowboy Town (Original Mix)Miss Freddye - Hey Santa Claus (Original Mix)Lady Redneck - The Christmas Song (Original Mix)Gary Pratt - Angels In The Snow (Original Mix)Sun King Rising - it Must be Christmas (Original Mix)Sarantos - Same Old Christmas (Original Mix)Heistheartist - Holly Jolly (Original Mix)Ludlow Creek - This Baby Boy (Original Mix)Midnight Sky - Retail At Christmas (Original Mix)Richard Lynch - Christmas Time (studio)Music tracks are copyrighted, provided by the artists' management, and used with permission.MTS Management Grouphttp://www.mtsmanagementgroup.comAVAILABLE UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2023
Actors and spouses Dave Annable and Odette Annable join us for an honest and vulnerable conversation about building a career outside of LA, making Austin home, and finding "your people" and creative spark in unlikely places.This conversation was recorded live at ATX TV Festival Season 12 (June 1-4, 2023) in Austin, TX.PANELISTS:Odette Annable (Actor, Walker)Dave Annable (Actor, Walker, Lioness)MODERATOR:Sara Osburn LightSUBSCRIBE to youtube.com/ATXTV for more panels, conversations & events with your favorite TV creatives and casts.FOLLOW ATX TV:Twitter: twitter.com/ATXFestivalFacebook: facebook.com/ATXFestivalInstagram: instagram.com/atxfestival/TikTok: tiktok.com/@atxtv
Dirty Hippies Asking For Regulation of AI :: Marina Vs Charli XCX drama :: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery :: Is Joe Rogan scared of being replaced by AI? :: Artists can use new tech or fight it and lose :: 60 year old anniversary of JFK murder :: People are afraid of AI because they're afraid of change :: A mentality of lack instead of abundance causes fear of new technology :: Special economic zones in Honduras get an AP article denouncing them :: LDS church accused of large amounts of child abuse :: 2023-11-22 Hosts: Bonnie, Riley, Nikki
Have you ever been moved by beauty? As we conclude our journey through the eighth commandment, we learn that beautiful art points us to the truth and perfection of God. Lastly, Fr. Mike reminds us that this commandment encourages us to always walk in the light and bear witness to Christ in all we say and do. Today's readings are Catechism paragraphs 2500-2513. If you have found this podcast to be helpful in your faith life and would like to help us continue bringing this Catholic media to as many people as possible, please consider making an ongoing financial gift at ascensionpress.com/support. This episode has been found to be in conformity with the Catechism by the Institute on the Catechism, under the Subcommittee on the Catechism, USCCB. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/ciy Please note: The Catechism of the Catholic Church contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.