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As an editor and writer for Fast Company magazine, KC Ifeanyi covers some of the most creative minds in film, television, business and beyond. In this podcast, he unpacks the most frustrating parts of the creative process by talking to psychologists, scholars, and experts who are on the forefront of understanding creativity.
 
Conversations with new and established artists from all over New Zealand about their lives, creative process and art practice. I love to listen to artists’ stories for inspiration and ideas. And maybe you do too. Which is why I’ve created this podcast - to inspire, inform and educate. I really hope you take away something positive and encouraging from each of these amazing stories - to inspire you on your own creative journey.
 
How do today’s masters create their art? American Masters: Creative Spark presents narrative interviews that go in-depth with an iconic artist about the creation of a single work. Each episode offers a unique window into the world of art and the creative process of artists and cultural icons across a wide range of disciplines, from music and comedy to poetry and film. Explore more at www.pbs.org/creativespark
 
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 ...
 
The Process is an interview series exploring the process of survival as a creative. Though season four focuses on the music industry, we typically converse with creatives from a variety of backgrounds about money, mental health, relationships, the creative process itself, and how they make it all work.
 
My podcast is aimed at providing value through my own insights and various perspectives that I believe will push people to find the creative director in themselves. I will be showing people my creative process through writing, entrepreneurial endeavors, in depth discussion questions, book reviews, and interviews ! The goal of the podcast is get people or what I call creatives to start looking at all life's struggles, pains, successes, relationships, losses, wins and so on with a creative per ...
 
When creativity is blocked or neglected, the result will be physical, emotional, and spiritual suffering. Creative Wellness Retreats are designed to help you nurture, heal, and celebrate your creative spark. Inspiring, accepting, never guilt-inducing or overwhelming, we guide you to creative healing from burnout and give you tools to enhance your creative process all while providing plenty of time to rest, to reconnect with nature, and get to know a group of like-minded creatives.
 
MAKE SHARE GROW is a podcast about art-making and the creative process. I share the details of my painting process, the inspiration behind my art, the story of how I found my creative voice, my favorite art supplies, and more! Whether you’re a professional creative, someone who loves to create in your spare moments, or someone who’s just curious about this whole “art thing,” I hope there’s something inspiring here for you! —Julie Marriott
 
"Life is a Blank Canvas. Fill It With Color. Creativity is a way of life. It is not just about doing things and making things. Creativity is a way of being, a way of thinking, a way of living and breathing and a way of moving through your world on a day to day basis."Welcome to my Creative Nudge podcast, where I share my thoughts, personal creative life journey as well as interviews with super cool people about Creativity and the Creative Process.
 
Join us on The Creative Jam as we immerse ourselves in the creativity of this social age. The world is full of creative outlaws and they deserve their moment in the sun. We speak to the makers and try to understand the game-changers. Not everything we come across makes sense but isn't that part of the fun?
 
An artist's guide to the labyrinth of creativity. Join us as we explore the mysteries of human genius, how creativity works, and how you can improve your own creative process. The labyrinth awaits. Creative Codex is one-part podcast and one-part imaginative lecture series, featuring thoroughly researched insights into the creative process mixed with captivating soundscapes and original music. Produced & Written by MJDorian
 
My name is Nancy Miller, and I'm an illustrator and art teacher in Georgia. I'm interested in other artists and how they stay motivated and keep passionate about their own work. How they sell and market themselves. How do you balance your home, creative, and work life? I will be documenting my own creative process in these podcasts. Thanks for listening.
 
Student initiated, student led, our creative process focuses on building life skills through a passion for storytelling and the desire to communicate and be in relationship with each other. In our creative process, students lead students and professional writers, actors, directors, filmmakers and editors serve as mentors who share their skills and wisdom as needed with youth. As we work together and support each other individually as artists, quality content naturally emerges. Ultimately, ou ...
 
Mario Brouwer praat in NEW VIBES ONLY met artiesten over hun pas uitgebrachte project. Kom meer te weten over de inspiratie achter de muziek en de creative processen. Hoe zijn bepaalde samenwerkingen tot stand gekomen en waarom zeggen ze bepaalde dingen in hun tracks.
 
Lightmap is an Australian Podcast Award show that explores the creative process of making videogames and interactive media, and introduces you to the creators of some of the most highly anticipated games. Previously known as Pixel Sift. Established in 2015
 
The official podcast of MusicBoxPete! Connect directly with the Boston music scene with exclusive interviews featuring local artists and bands from outside the region as well. Learn about how these acts got started, their creative process, new music they have out, and what they like to do for fun away from the studio.
 
The Miniature Podcast interviews miniature hobbyists and professionals from around the world using unique questions and deep conversation to gain deeper insight into the creative processes that drive them with the goal of encouraging and inspiring you in your own hobby journey.You can find all episodes on the website: https://theminiaturepodcast.buzzsprout.com/
 
Inside the Mix inspires you to take your music and creative processes to the next level! Every fortnight, host Marc Matthews serves up interviews with synth music artists and provides you with an informative insight into their creative process, influences, and music industry nuances that will help and inspire you to propel your music and musical career forward! Tune in and fill your boots with nuggets of information gold. Open up your lug holes and get that breakthrough perspective you need, ...
 
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The Sauce with Chicken and Chips Casting is hosted by two of Australia‘s leading Casting Directors for Film, TV, Commercials and Content - join Alison Fowler & Stephanie Pringle each week, as they chat with people they love about things they love, hate or feel strong feelings about on topics ranging from creative processes to art & pop culture to acting, film & TV, mental health and their favourite topic representation and diversity and it‘s all no bullsh*t.
 
The Unstarving Musician features weekly interviews with independent musicians, songwriters, producers, and music industry professionals who share their experience and expertise on recording, touring, marketing, the business of music, and more. This is all intended to help independent DIY music artists better understand the marketing, business and creative processes that help us create sustainable and profitable music careers.
 
The Envelope podcast pulls back the curtain to reveal intimates stories from this award season’s top contenders. Every Tuesday, A-list actors, directors and showrunners join Los Angeles Times entertainment reporters Yvonne Villarreal and Mark Olsen for conversations about their personal lives and creative processes — and how it all fuels their art.
 
How does contemporary art get created? Hear the behind-the-scenes of some of today’s great painters, sculptors, photographers, and collectors. Learn the inspiration, motivation, and creative processes that make contemporary art possible. Hosted by Whitney Rosenson, Owner of Art Dimensions Online – your online home for art leasing and sales from over 80 talented artists
 
Barely There Theatre will release an audio play every month, with behind-the-scenes rehearsal audio coming out in the following weeks. The plays will be polished pieces while the rehearsals will be mostly unmastered recordings of the rehearsal process. The goal is: a) To produce plays with my friends and colleagues that people anywhere can access for free. b) Give people an insight into what the creative process looks like for each project and do all of this at no charge to the audience. The ...
 
The Created Worthy Podcast is hosted by Danielle Damrell and is a show that aims to encourage authentic connections and creative processing. Danielle sits down with women from a variety of ages, backgrounds, and experiences and provides a platform for them to share their story. For some guests, this is the very first time they have ever shared publicly. The main goal of the show is to share the healing power of real conversation and connections and talk about how creative processing has alre ...
 
dublab Radio presents In Conversation, a monthly podcast featuring interviews from its 20 years of broadcasting. Highlighting some of the most compelling interviews from dublab's archives, In Conversation offers an in-depth view into the lives and creative processes of its guests. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dublab-inconversation/support
 
Since 2017, the SOUND MATTERS show curates cutting edge commentary and conversations with musicians, artists, authors, speakers, photographers, filmmakers, and entertainers. SOUND MATTERS is a weekly broadcast radio show and podcast hosted by TOM LEU, a music and media veteran, professional speaker, published photographer, music producer and actor. Tom goes deep with guests to uncover and discover the backstories of their creative processes and philosophical approaches that inspire their wor ...
 
The world of brand and agency marketing is constantly changing. The best way to keep up? Listen in as Paul Dyer, Nick Taylor and other members of Lippe Taylor sit down with marketers, makers, brand executives, agency veterans, technologists, friends and key voices of innovation in the marketing ecosystem. Each week brings relevant discussions and bite-sized insights on the topics driving shifts in marketing, advertising, social media, influencer marketing, technology and consumer buying beha ...
 
Join host and producer Lawerence Kelly on Those Who Play Create!, a monthly podcast that explores the inspirations for some of the gaming industry's best. In each episode, Lawerence will interview video game artists, designers, developers, and writers about their motivations, influences, and creative processes to unpack the true stories behind making the video games we love.
 
On his new ten-episode series, Joseph Gordon-Levitt will get into the nitty-gritty of how a wide variety of creative people do what they do. Listeners’ questions will inspire conversations between Gordon-Levitt and a range of creative guests, from Hollywood notables like Rian Johnson and Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, to behind-the-scenes heavyweights like casting director Mary Vernieu, and from political visual artist Shepard Fairey to indie sonic songstress, Yuka Honda, and more.
 
If you have ever been confused by how to be creative or how to get your team to be more innovative, listen up. In this weekly podcast, Amy Climer explains research, demystifies the creative process, and gives practical advice and strategies to help you build an innovative team. Learn about leading creative teams, deliberate innovation, and the creative problem solving process. Move past the myths and get real about innovation and creativity. Subscribe to get a brand new episode each Thursday.
 
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HT0997 - Enough, Thank God There's not a single piece of photographic gear that I need or want that I don't already known. Black Friday is meaningless to me. Well, except for that super bright flashlight I might need for nighttime light painting here in Death Valley. Damn.저자 Brooks Jensen
 
There's little you can do about the inherent stressors in the creative process. But what you can do is learn how to better manage the negative emotions that impede your work flow. In our conversation, Michael Parke, assistant professor of management at the Wharton School, gives key strategies for how we can all better recognize and handle stress to…
 
In 1916, Dr. Carl Jung experienced a strange phenomenon that possessed him with tremendous creative force. The experience inspired him to write a philosophical & psychological scripture he called: The Seven Sermons to the Dead. This is Jung's most mystifying work. It appears in the final chapter of The Red Book, and it embodies the culmination of J…
 
Dru's path in miniature painting has been a rough one. He has faced many challenges on the road including a daughter fighting leukemia. Each of these challanges has formed the way he looks at his art and his artistic mindset and Dry freely shares what drives and inspires him to keep painting. We talk about the insights and perspective he's develope…
 
Describe your studio. What tricks or ideas do you have to make the space work well for you and your creative process? In this episode NZ artists Terri-Ann Berry, Joss Hong, Robyn Kay, Moya Deacon Radley, Adele Dubarry, Amber Emm, Lynette Fisher, Rosanne Croucher and Tanya Blong answer this question from their point of view. You can see images of th…
 
HT0996 - Perennial Favorites Each one of us have certain pieces of artwork that we return to over and over again, year after year, perhaps even decade after decade. I can't remember the last time I played an album by Bread (once one of my favorites), but I listen to Kind of Blue by Miles Davis at least once a month, and have for 30 years since I fi…
 
David Smith and Tania Macdonald from Smith & Macdonald Management talk to Stephanie Pringle & Alison Fowler about the importance of the agent - actor relationship. Smith and Macdonald Management are a boutique Talent Company based in Sydney, Australia. They represent some of Australia’s most renowned and established actors and creatives including T…
 
HT0995 - Making Order Out of Chaos I had a very interesting question from a photographer whose work was not selected to be included in our latest book, Our Magnificent Planet 2021. He asked if there was anything in common in the 300 images that were selected for publication? In fact, I think there is.…
 
Nancy Louise Jones is a delightful painter who uses watercolor to paint the beauty around her. She fell in love with music and dance growing up and still enjoys playing classical music in her head while she paints. Hear how to experiment with different materials and textures, express emotions through watercolor, and break through the sea of JPEGs o…
 
Talking FAVORITE FOOD SONGS... with Double T on 96.7 The Eagle celebrating the 50th installment of Music Talk Tuesday! **Quick-hitter segments (~10 mins) talking music, lists, likes, & current events Tuesday mornings at 7:30am CST on 96.7 The Eagle in Rockford, IL. SOUND MATTERS Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/soundmatters Connect with Doub…
 
HT0994 - Being Influenced I know a number of photographers who maintain a philosophy that they won't look at other photographers' work because they don't want to be influenced by it. What's wrong with being influenced? Didn't Isaac Newton put this issue to rest when he suggested that business about standing on the shoulders of giants?…
 
In episode 22, Marc is joined by Daniel Hugh. Marc and Daniel discuss the challenges (and joy) of being a DIY producer, avoiding mosh pits, the culture of the synthwave scene, synthpop songwriting, the advantages and challenges of the recording studio, songwriting and production as art, and translating and problem-solving to turn what started off a…
 
HT0993 - Benefit of the Doubt When we look at artwork that's outside our normal likes and predispositions, it's easy to dismiss it and move on. I've found it very useful strategy to ignore my knee-jerk predispositions and to give the artist the benefit of the doubt and try to understand what they are attempting. Sometimes, with time, I learned to a…
 
Ava King is a producer and singer-songwriter based out of LA, CA, USA! In our chat, Ava shared her journey; from budding journalist to becoming a TV personality in China to studying music production over the internet and making her way over to Los Angeles. We chat about lessons learned from her mentor Rob Cavallo, her approach to songwriting and ar…
 
HT0992 - Ten Variations Every time we click the shutter, we have, more or less, some idea about what we would like the photograph to be. But of course in today's world of incredibly capable post-processing, that same click of the shutter could probably become so many different images. And interesting exercise might be to force yourself to process a…
 
Hi Everyone! It is about mid-August when I recorded this. I just finished the 2nd internship with award-winning children's book illustrator R. Gregory Christie. This interview is the importance of interning with a freelance illustrator. Here is more about Mr. Christie. R. Gregory Christie is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and lecturer…
 
HT0991 - Print Swap Groups Looking back on my 50 years of photography, one of the most interesting group projects I've participated in are a number of print swaps. I still think this is a valid idea, particularly in the first half of one's photographic life. In particular, it's a great way to break out of our self-imposed ruts.…
 
Bradford Loomis has a 2019 song release called "Tried To Love A Woman." It was written as a compliment to his prior release "Righteous Kind." That song was placed in the movie Still Water, featuring Matt Damon. Rock isn't Bradford's main thing, although he admits that he likes rock. He in fact tries to include at least one rock song on each of his …
 
Michelle Reid is a painter living in Riverhead, Auckland. She graduated with a Bachelor of Textile Design from Massey University in 2001 and worked in the textile industry for 8 years in both NZ and London. In 2019 she gained a Postgraduate Diploma from Elam School of Fine Arts with Distinction - at the same time as raising her 2 young children. An…
 
Two-time Oscar-nominated animator, writer and filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt is considered one of the most influential figures in animation. In his first-ever formal podcast interview, he breaks down the long journey that went into making his 2012 feature film, “It’s Such a Beautiful Day.” The existential story at the heart of the film often mirrors many…
 
John Cho is at a point in his career where he can be intentional with what projects he chooses. And his intention for his latest project was to push himself like no other role has done before. John stars as Spike Spiegel in Netflix's adaptation of the beloved anime Cowboy Bebop—and the role took him to the brink of both his creativity and his body.…
 
Vic Zerbst is an award winning comedy director, writer and performer who's comedy series and sketches have amassed more than 70 million views online. Vic started directing comedy sketches on The Feed on SBS in 2019, where she still writes and directs. Vic co-directed The War on 2020 including the sketch of The Contact Tracies which garnered comment…
 
Zedeck Siew is the writer an co-author of the zine series A thousand thousand islands. These TTRPG fantasy game neutral zines are inspired by South Asia. In these episode we talk about being nerds, South Est Asia, writing as a craft, running a Kickstarter, cockroaches and The reach of the roach god, the first A thousand thousand islands campaign bo…
 
Daniel Visser started learning to make games like a lot of people who grew up in the 1970s and 1980s, by tinkering away on their computer when they ran out of things to play. That fascination and support from family lead to further studies and making games with studios like Torus Games and Melbourne House. Over twelve weeks Daniel rebuilt ALIENS: T…
 
Talking the BEST AMERICAN ROCK BANDS... with Double T on 96.7 The Eagle celebrating the 50th installment of Music Talk Tuesday! **Quick-hitter segments (~10 mins) talking music, lists, likes, & current events Tuesday mornings at 7:30am CST on 96.7 The Eagle in Rockford, IL. SOUND MATTERS Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/soundmatters Connect …
 
Darren Darnborough is a British-born Actor working in Hollywood. His TV & Film work includes hit US shows MacGyver, Magnum PI, 2 Broke Girls, Roots & True Blood. His upcoming projects include the films Abruptio alongside Oscar-winner Jordan Peele, and Jamojaya directed by Sundance-winner / Cannes-nominee Justin Chon.Darren is also the Co-Founder an…
 
Zambies' entry into the miniature painting hobby is one I've never heard of before. She had always been creating art growing up, and she went to school to become a graphic designer. She didn't discover miniatures until she checked out a friend's Twitch channel who happened to be sharing a miniature painter's stream. After that, she started to seek …
 
On today's brand new cast, we get acquainted with up and coming Newmarket, NH based indie folk act Sneaky Miles. Three members of the band, Jake, Kevin, and Pat take some time out to talk about the group's humble beginnings, the musical influences that drew them together in the first place and how that comes across in their music, what life is like…
 
Rico is inmiddels zo gevestigd in de Nederlandse Hip Hop scene dat hij geen introductie meer nodig heeft. Niet alleen solo, maar ook samen met @Sticks_Insta, Opgezwolle en Fakkelbrigade heeft hij legendarische albums op zijn naam staan. In deze aflevering van NEW VIBES ONLY hebben we het met @ricoftg over zijn album “Rated R”. 💿🎵 Wil je weten hoe d…
 
Casey Cavaliere is a music producer, audio engineer, guitarist and songwriter currently based out of Atlanta, GA, USA! In our chat, Casey shares his journey; from guitarist in the band The Wonder Years to producing for other artists, helping with artist development, and podcasting. We chat about working with Joe Chiccarelli, remote production metho…
 
Hi Everyone! In this episode I go into 4 things I feel like I learned from book illustration. These things aren't related to technique or making a book, but bigger lessons about my own pursuit of becoming a children's book illustrator and author. Thanks for listening! Nancy Miller Illustration Social Media Portfolio: http://www.nmillerillustration.…
 
Queensland based studio Prideful Sloth returns to the podcast with their brand new low pressure town building adventure game GROW: SONG OF THE EVERTREE, which doesn't have the time pressures of other games in the genre. Developers Cheryl Vance and Adam Markham share their design philosophy for the game which was influenced not only by games like AN…
 
Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka does everything. The touring comic, actress, writer, dancehall dancer and podcast host is everywhere and works tirelessly. She even famously performed a stand-up set in the middle of an earthquake — and got lots of laughs. Okatsuka also just made her late night debut on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” proving to a n…
 
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