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Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work
37 minutes | 5 days ago
#106: Jamey Garner
In this episode, Nick and Andy talk with Jamey Garner. Jamey’s experience is wide-ranging from off-broadway to country music. Jamey credits persistence and being proactive for opening doors throughout his career. He also offers up lessons he’s learned on his path to becoming a successful touring and recording artist. For show notes and more information about topics mentioned in this episode, visit www.ArtsEntrepreneurshipPodcate.com.
64 minutes | 19 days ago
#105: Suze Ford
Nick and Andy interview Suze Ford. Suze has been a Kansas City-based professional artist for more than 15 years. Prior to making her art practice her primary profession -- in addition to being a mother of three -- Suze was involved with her father's business. She talks about how that business experience translated into a practical approach to treating her art practice as a business. Suze also shares some of the struggles she faced as a woman and mom in the arts and provides some fantastic advice for aspiring artists. To learn more about the people and topics mentioned in this episode visit our website at www.ArtsEntrepreneurshipPodcast.com.
46 minutes | a month ago
#104: Gary Abbott
In this episode of Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work, Nick and Andy sit down with Gary Abbott. Gary is co-founder of Deeply Rooted Dance Theater and Associate Professor of Modern Dance at University of Missouri-Kansas City. His career as a dancer and choreographer began in Atlanta, GA with Barbara Sullivan's Atlanta Dance Theatre and has included the Lula Washington Dance Theatre, the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theatre, and the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble in Denver, CO. In the interview, Gary talks about starting Deeply Rooted Dance Theater, cultivating staff and supporters, and the importance of having a well-rounded team.
43 minutes | 2 months ago
#103: Joseph Gramley
In this episode of Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work, Nick and Andy sit down with Joseph Gramley. Joseph is a Grammy Award-winning percussionist, a founding member of Silk Road Ensemble, and teaches percussion at Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University Bloomington. In the interview, Joseph shares his story and talks about opportunities for classically trained musicians and provides a perspective on artistic careers any artist will find valuable.
36 minutes | 2 months ago
#102: Angela Gieras
In this episode of Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work, Nick and Andy sit down with Angela Gieras. Angela is Executive Director of Kansas City Repertory Theatre and Founder of Inspired Arts Management, a consulting company helping arts organization leaders run their organization more effectively. Angela shares her story about how she went from the financial banking industry to the arts and the many valuable lessons she's learned along the way.
55 minutes | 2 months ago
#101: Bobby Watson
In this episode of Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work, Nick and Andy sit down with jazz musician, composer, arranger, band leader, and educator Bobby Watson. Bobby talks about what it takes to sustain a career as a jazz musician and provides some insight for those who may be just getting started. The lessons Bobby shares are certainly relevant to any artist's professional aspirations.
9 minutes | 3 months ago
Welcome to the Arts Entrepreneurship Podcast: Making Art Work
In this introduction episode, podcast founders and hosts Nick Petrella and Andy Heise provide an introduction to the podcast. Also included is a sneak peak of the debut episode featuring an interview with jazz great and Kansas City native Bobby Watson.
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