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How Do Artists
55 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
How Do Artists Get Motivated? Matt Pierson #16
We will talk with Artist and illustrator, Matt Pierson on what he does to get motivated to accomplish his work and life goals. We will discuss the process and flow behind motivation and what we as artists do to get into the right frame of mind for success.
66 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
How Do Artists Build A Studio? #15
Ryan and Karlana will discuss how you can make the most of your current space to plan, design and build your own creative studio.
56 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
How Do Artists Handle Stage Fright? Chelsea Camin #14
This weeks HDA Podcast will take a look at performance anxiety and stage fright. What methods can artists use to calm nerves before a show, gig or presentation, and what can be done if stage fright increases? New York Singer, performer and holistic vocal coach, Chelsea Camin will talk with us about the successful methods she teaches her vocal students to calm anxiety and will give us with tips we can use as well.
55 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
How Do Artists Screw-up? #13
A light-hearted look at how we as artists stumble, mess up, trip-up or screw-up our gigs, jobs, shows, sessions, or presentations, all in a days work. We take a look back at our most embarrassing career moments and learn important lessons....or maybe NOT! Sometimes, it's just fun to laugh at the stupid stuff that happens!
62 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
How Do Artists Embrace Technology? Lucas Cantor #12
Today we have a super special guest on How Do Artists. He's composed and produced for the Olympic games as well as Hunger Games, but one of his most interesting achievements was helping a tech company use their AI to finish Schuberts "unfinished" symphony. We will be talking mostly about tech and the future of art and the music industry.
51 minutes | Feb 6, 2021
How Do Artists Manage Time? Derek Allen #11
Derek Allen is a musician and audio engineer from the west suburbs of Chicago. Currently performing with Lower Automation and Formants, he has toured nationally and released music since 2009. As an engineer, Derek has worked with many artists including Angry Blackmen and Frail Body.
54 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
How Do Artists Explore Nature? Gretchen Shepherd #10
Today we will have a conversation with Nature and Wildlife Photographer, Gretchen Shepherd, who specializes in creating art and photography that highlights The US National Parks system. She will give us an inside look, and advice, on how we can all explore nature at any level, and support its conservation.
54 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
How Do Artists Handle Rejection? Phil Machi #9
Phil Machi is a cartoonist and filmmaker known for his long running book series "Retail Sunshine" which follows the adventures of a group of sales people dealing with infuriating customers and unbearable management. In late 2020, Phil released the documentary short film "Sparking Sunshine" which included the premiere of his first animated interpretation of "Retail Sunshine." His podcast "Stay 'Tooned!" and livestream show "Stay 'Tooned! LIVE" takes a fun and informative look at the lives of professionals in the animation industry. This behind-the-scenes series is currently spawning a feature documentary film about Batman: The Animated Series.
52 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
How Do Artists Remain Authentic? Steven Booth #8
This week we ask artist and author, Steven Booth, How Do Artists Remain Authentic? Steven will discuss several topics surrounding artist authenticity including his ideas on authenticity versus commercialism. Can artists be commercially viable in the marketplace and be true to ones creative self? Steven will also be with us for a live Q&A to answer your questions too! Join us!
58 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
How Do Artists Handle Burnout? Christina Lundberg #7
Christina Lundberg is a writing instructor/tutor/coach/mentor, poet, and essayist who lives in the Chicagoland suburbs. Her poems have appeared in the Naropa Summer Writing Program journal Guilty as Charged, the Naperville Writers Group publication Rivulets, and the journal dedicated to all things farmer with a literary and educational slant Farmer-ish. Recently, she co-authored an academic essay on emotional intelligence (EI) that is forthcoming this January 2021 in the writing center journal Praxis. She works as a writing instructor and coordinator for the Walden University Writing Center and teaches composition and creative writing courses at College of DuPage. Upon being awarded an M.F.A. in Creative Writing in 2007, Christina embarked on a writing and teaching career and never looked back. Writing, teaching, and supporting both students and educators to move the needle forward in their work truly serve as her guiding light. Christina started her business, My Page Break, because she saw a need for writing students and writing educators to be more supported. Christina believes that having a healthy writing practice increases quality of life, and she believes in providing a positive and uplifting psychologically safe environment where writers can be their most truest selves and create their most significant work.
53 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
How Do Artists Find Themselves? Ashira Siegel Fox #6
Ashira Siegel Foxes art practice involves experimenting with various combinations of artistic methods and mediums in an effort to create unconventional paintings, unique variant prints and art objects that explore color, texture, depth and dimension. Her work over the years has included (and often combined) sculpturally sewn and collaged hand dyed papers, plaster castings, layered resin, glass kiln work, ceramics, photography, and many many different ways of painting and printing.
48 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
How Do Artists Relocate? Michael Rawls #5
Michael Rawls is a local Singer-Songwriter and Piano/Guitar Instructor. He got his start teaching and performing while living down in Texas. In 2019 he made the move to the Chicago area with his wife for various reasons, and did so with a lot of uncertainty. Michael would have to find a way to rebuild his business in a new city and work his way into the local music scene. Just over a year later Michael is booked solid with students and performing like a mad man! Along with teaching and performing, he has been putting in studio time, and is anticipating his first official release in 2021.
56 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
How Do Artists Persevere? Justin McAleece #4
This week on How Do Artists, we will chat with Director & Cinematographer, Justin McAleece, who has received several awards for his work on several major film projects. Justin is also the director, writer, producer, and editor of his own feature film comedy, "Brick Madness," in which case we will discuss his 11-year journey to getting his film released. Our topic for discussion will be How Do Artists Persevere?
49 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
How Do Artists Get Published? Barry Greff #3
Barry Greff An Award winning photographer whose work has been recognized by some of the worlds biggest names in Fine Art Photography, such as National Geographic, Magnum Photos, Photo District News (PDN), Ogilvy & Mathers, Hahnemuhle Fine Art Paper, Canon Cameras USA, amongst others. He was on Popular Photography’s Editors List of Top Travel Photographers and Great Wildlife Photographers.
40 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
How Do Artists Raise a Family? Neosha #2
On Thursday we welcome this week's guest, singer & songwriter Neosha. She will sit down with us and discuss how she as an upcoming musical artist handles raising a family and the demands of her musical career. Check her out on Spotify at Neosha.
42 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
How Do Artists Pivot? #1
So much has changed this year, we look at the different ways some artists, and entrepreneurs needed to change to survive or thrive. How Do Artists Pivot?
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