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Are fear and procrastination keeping you from making progress in your art business? Artists Laura Lee Griffin and Nikki May believe strongly in the power of community, accountability, following your intuition, taking small actionable steps, and breaking down the barriers that keep you "stuck". The Startist Society will inspire you to stop getting in your own way and start building an art biz and life that you love. Follow along with us on our creative business journey as we encourage you on ...
 
Artspan's Chief Editor Nina Alvarez serves up tips and talk for artists who want to market and sell their own work online using some cheap, easy, and interesting Web 2.0 strategies. Artspan is an online arts portal and art community. http://artspan.com
 
Do you live for the hunt? Do you eat, breathe, & sleep pop culture, fine art, & antiques – or do you just want to know more? Do comic books keep you up at night, do all those unloved antiques keep you tossing and turning, is that dusty old portrait or modern abstract flashing before you when you close your eyes? Is it because they might be worth something, or because they might be worthless… and you just don’t know? Whether collecting & selling as a career or a hobby, find out what’s hot and ...
 
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
Welcome To The Martial Arts Business Podcast! Helping martial arts club owners grow, develop and scale their schools with marketing, retention, systems, staff, branding, social media and much more. Giving you the tools and skills to become a black belt in business. Here’s your host 3x world martial arts champion, award-winning school owner, successful business coach and No.1 bestselling author Gordon Burcham. You can follow Gordon personally on Facebook, facebook.com/blackbeltinbusiness. Joi ...
 
Turning the spotlight onto East Anglian creatives, Norwich Fringe producers Molly Farley and/or Sam Webber interview a new artist each episode about their work, careers and favourite snacks. With no limits on art form, and guests from a range of places in their careers, NF-Focus get a deeper insight into the lives and practices of the so-called 'Regional Arts'Like the podcast? Want to get in touch?Find Norwich Fringe on Twitter and Instagram @hinorwichfringe and on Facebook @norwichfringeOr ...
 
Highlights from Trent Radio’s live broadcast from Hunter Street on July 1 during the day-long street festival celebrating arts and culture in Peterborough. Electric City Culture Council and Artspace invited media artists to create a silent film with the theme of “recasting the past and inventing alternative futures.” Musicians and sound artists accompanied these films, and they performed live on the street while the films were screened nearby.
 
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In this week’s archive edition we return to the cinema and find ourselves trapped in the claustrophobic Oscar winning drama Room… From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Esh…
 
HT0770 - Peer Pressure Early in my photographic life, I experienced the influential nature of peer pressure. I flirted for a while with black mat boards, my theory being that white light would look whiter in contrast to black. It didn't take long for me to abandon that idea because of peer pressure, not because it was wrong. It was one of my first …
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome on Rob Sieban, President, CEO and Owner of United Flea Markets. The guys talk with Rob about how he first got into the business and what made him decide to invest in purchasing flea markets. Rob thinks of flea markets as business incubators. Learn more about how his mindset and the love of the hunt has helped him acq…
 
Today's episode of Big Blend Radio features Robert Berry, a multi-talented producer/songwriter/vocalist/instrumentalist. Robert discusses his new album “Third Impression,” under the name 3.2. Out now on Frontiers Records, the album features the last track “Never” that Berry and his friend and mentor Keith Emerson worked on together before Emerson’s…
 
LW1241 - When Does It Become Art A little thought experiment that might help you think through your processes and premises. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the …
 
HT0769 - When to Pull Out the Camera When I find a new location in which I want to photograph, I'm usually so excited that my knee-jerk reaction is to pull the camera out immediately and get to work. But I've learned that's almost always a mistake. Instead, it's better to take a moment to just look and absorb and think about it more deeply before I…
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio features Ondi Timoner, award-winning filmmaker and director of “Mapplethorpe, The Director's Cut.” Robert Mapplethorpe was one of the most celebrated and controversial artists of the 20th Century. The film, “Mapplethorpe, The Director's Cut” features an all-new soundtrack and previously unseen footage of the artist’s…
 
The NoteWorthy concert series is presented by WDAV in partnership with the FAIR PLAY Music Equity Alliance. The series brings together gifted Black and brown artists from the Charlotte music scene with classical musicians for some genre-blending, community building music. Singer-songwriter Arsena Schroeder talks about the concert and collaborating …
 
Laura and Nikki interview Laura's talented friend Miranda van den Heuvel. Miranda is an intuitive painter and creative life coach living in Luxembourg. The founder of Create and Connect, she loves to inspire change through creativity. As a life coach, she inspires people to go from reacting to creating their lives. As an artist, she likes to draw p…
 
This week we return to our archive and a conversation with the late conductor Mariss Jansons, who sadly passed away in December 2019. He spoke to us in April 2014 when he was Chief Conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, who were celebrating their 125th anniversary year. Jansons talked to us about what makes each performance unique. From th…
 
Travis, James and Kevin are discussing the hot topic of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and Cryptocurrency! With Non-Fungible Tokens becoming a trendy new development in the art world, the guys are looking at what makes NFTs unique and how they are impacting the physical art market. Are these a solid long term investment? And what about the cryptocurren…
 
LW1240 - Why Prints Are Important There are some very good reasons to still be making prints, but maybe not the ones that immediately come to mind. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're intere…
 
This week Molly chats to Abbie Neale. Come for the insightful discussion about working as a multidisciplinary artist and stay for Abbie's love of muffins. Abbie Neale is a writer, artist and actor. Since graduating from Warwick University with a BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, her work has featured widely in literary magazines across…
 
Laura and Nikki introduce you to Hannah Cole, an artist, educator, and founder of Sunlight Tax. Hannah educates fellow artists about taxes and money because she believes creative people are the empathy builders of our culture and when they're financially secure and empowered, they can make bigger, bolder work that will fix our broken world. Her fla…
 
On this week's archive edition we explore the influence and legacy of artist, poet and musician Jean Michel Basquiat. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, with our long-standing producer and presenter, Ben Eshmade. Subscr…
 
LW1239 - Fear Fear has a way of blocking our creative process, and our creative growth. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're interested in photography and the creative life, you need to know …
 
Travis, James, Kevin and Joel welcome in their friend Alexander R. Cain, expert on The Battles of Lexington Concord and author of "We Stood Our Ground: Lexington in the First Year of the American Revolution". Alex gives the boys a detailed hourly rundown of what happened leading up to The Battle of Lexington, why it mattered, and the start of The A…
 
Timothy Redmond, artistic director of the Winston-Salem Symphony, talks about the symphony’s new on-demand concert Center Stage . The concert features Lukas Foss's Renaissance Concerto and Edward Elgar's Cello Concerto . Redmond discusses the many ways the orchestra has had to adapt and change this year -- everything from producing videos to perfor…
 
I talk to Danny Dunson about his work as an independent curator and his work with Gallery 1957, and the exhibition, Homecoming: The Aesthetics of the Cool featuring Amoako Boafo, Otis Quaicoe and Kwesi Botchway. Danny talks about his journey as an art historian, working with artists in Ghana, his company Legacy Bros and the artist incubation progra…
 
Laura and Nikki discuss whether or not blogs are still relevant for artists. They talk about the history of blogging, how both the reading and writing of blogs have changed over the years, and admit to being less than stellar bloggers in the past! Think you should be blogging? Listen to this episode to hear all the reasons they think you should. TO…
 
In this week’s archive edition we find ourselves in 2015 and face to face with a force of nature, a champion of the new, a man who stood up for his beliefs; he could even get a new concert halls built – Pierre Boulez. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover intervi…
 
Normally during the spring of the year, Charlotte Ballet would be presenting their Innovative Works series which brings in outside guest choreographers. Due to the ongoing pandemic, that wasn't possible this year. So instead, they're presenting the work of Charlotte Ballet staff and artists in a specially renamed series called Works: Direct from th…
 
LW1238 - More Than Once Some work just reaches us deeply. Why? What can this tell us about us, and what our next steps might be in our creative life? You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're inte…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, comics journalist Andy Warner returns to the show to discuss his second National Parks Arts Foundation residency in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Warner is a New York Times bestselling comics journalist and artist, whose comics range between journalism, documentary and memoir. He has published two books of non…
 
In this episode, Nikki and Laura talk about the impact of overthinking on your business and your life. From analysis paralysis to fear of making the wrong choice, you'll hear what they tend to overthink and recommendations for getting out of the overthinking cycle! TOPICS DISCUSSED: Analysis paralysis (1:36) Maximizers vs. satisficers (2:00) Nikki …
 
In this week’s archive edition - we experience a play for power in Armando Iannucci’s absurdist drama The Death of Stalin, back in 2017 when Ben Eshmade spoke to Simon Russell Beale. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover interviews and discussions with artists, w…
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio features Lance Laber, Executive Director of the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun. Along with the annual “Way of the Cross” exhibit, Lance discusses the three latest Ted DeGrazia exhibits “Tempera Paintings,” “Celestial Music,” and “Abstract Paintings.” DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is 10-acre historic landmark nestled in th…
 
LW1237 - Back to My New Normal My new life on the road has begun! And with it, I can get back to / establish new routines that support my creative life. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a new series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "How to" tutorials and camera reviews are everywhere on YouTube, but if you're i…
 
The pandemic and lockdown has been tough for all business owners and the fitness industry has been no exception. Join Gordon today as he speaks to Carl Denne who shares his inspiring story of how after losing everything he was able to rebuild his martial arts business and with the support of his mentors, created a brand new studio during the pandem…
 
Shirley Day is a BAfta-nominated writer, director and producer. Working in film, theatre, prose and now audio drama, Shirley Day is a creative whose reach extends beyond any 1 art form into the realm of ideas and stories in their purest expression. She runs a production company, Passion Productions, as well as teaching and mentoring other writers, …
 
In this episode, Laura and Nikki talk about all the different ways they find inspiration for their art. From journaling and mind maps to getting outside in nature, and viewing other artists’ work, they provide tons of ideas and resources for creative inspiration. TOPICS DISCUSSED: Laura's new Skillshare class - Copic Marker Essentials: Coloring Tec…
 
This week, we're back digging in our archive for another listen to this interview from November 2017 where we found ourselves transfixed by the meditative and transcendental music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda. From the Archive sees us dig into our extensive contemporary and classical music and cinema podcast archive as we rediscover intervi…
 
The Curator's Salon Magazine arrives in May 2021 and artists are invited to submit their work for inclusion. I talk about publications as a different way for artists to show their art and how this can lend credibility, visibility and validation for an artist. In this episode I also discuss what I look for in a submission, not just for this publicat…
 
Kerry Curl is a photographic artist operating in Norwich. Her creative practice intersects portraiture, fashion and documentary. She was awarded a seed commission from the Norwich Fringe to create new work for this year's Festival. In this episode, Kerry talks to Molly about her non-linear path to freelancing, why the charity shops and vintage sell…
 
Travis, James and Kevin welcome back Travis's older brother Kyle to discuss all their crazy tales of hunting down vintage Japanese robot collections! Kyle was instrumental in helping a young Travis get his start in buying and flipping collections, so naturally he is a treasure trove of stories of early Travis buying GoDaiKin, Transformers, Shogun W…
 
Red Mar is a 5 piece band from Norwich, variously describes as noise-rock, experimental, alternative, drone, and my personal favourite ‘post-rock’ Using long form improvisations and a wide range of instrumentation, Red Mar seem to be screaming with every bit of blasted feedback that they don’t give a fuck what you think, but carefully craft their m…
 
TW: This podcast contains references to rape. Molly talks to Katie-anna Whiting from The Whiting’s On The Wall. They talk about Kate’s whacky experiences in Romania on set for a commercial, why Norfolk is such an important place for Kate as a creative and share their love for Michaela Coel. Music featured: Janelle Monae’s BaBopByeYa…
 
I talk about my book, Show Your Art, How to build an art career without a gallery. I published this book in April 2020 as an ebook, then as a paperback in August 2020. In this episode I talk about writing the book, and the joy of seeing it make positive impact on the lives of the artists who it was written for. Originally aimed at artists in the ea…
 
James Ducker and Haley Evenett, who are Writers, Actors and all round creatives as individuals, working across a broad range of mediums and genres, and who together form Red Duck Produck-tions, a fantastic local theatre company that combines high brow with low, the terrifying with the absurd. Most recently their show ‘Minister’s Of Grace: the Unaut…
 
Molly talks to Mark Finbow from The Keepers Daughter. They discuss how Mark started out, the styles of work that he’s pursuing under The Keepers Daughter in Suffolk and rural areas and where he thinks the theatre industry could benefit from some shaking up. Keep up with Mark on Twitter: @MRMRFINBOW Keep up with The Keepers Daughter: @keepersdaughte…
 
Laura and Nikki talk about mental health, specifically about what happens when you get into a creative funk, feeling uninspired or unmotivated to create. They discuss how this shows up for each of them and some different approaches you can take to try to get past it. TOPICS DISCUSSED: The impact of isolation during a pandemic (0:57) How creative fu…
 
Wrapping up this series of 'Inspired' where we've been inviting some of our Barbican Young Creatives to chat to an artist who has inspired them early in their career, Barbican Young Poet alums, Jeremiah Brown and Gabriel Akamo speak to actor Sope Dìrísù about heritage, diversity in theatre audiences and training. Subscribe to Nothing Concrete on Ac…
 
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