Art Heroes Radio
By John T. Unger
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Art Heroes Radio features weekly conversations with established and upcoming artists, creative professionals and experts in related fields. The focus of the show is advice for artists and creative entrepreneurs presented in a conversational format. Learn what works (and what doesn't) from artists and creatives who have pioneered new ways to build an arts career. From business and marketing ideas, to discussions on how to cope with fame, fans or family, the show will cover all aspects of the artists' life. Learn how to grow, manage and maintain your arts career from those who've done it themselves.
||ExplicitHow to steal like an artist, a conversation with Austin Kleon||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Austin Kleon was my first guest on Art Heroes Radio and he's back this week to talk about his recent runaway hit How to Steal Like an Artist (and 9 other Things Nobody To||4/23/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow to craft clear explanations for complex ideas, a conversation with Lee LeFever||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Ever since I saw the first Common Craft video RSS in Plain English, I've been a huge fan of their work. The brilliance of Common Craft videos is that they explain complic||9/23/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow film production works in Hollywood and Indie feature films, a conversation with Dean Zanuck||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) When it comes to movies, most of us "pay no attention to the man behind the curtain." We follow the stars and often directors, but rarely does the producer of a film get||9/16/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDispelling the myths and cliches of the artist's life, a conversation with Aletta de Wal||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Artist Advisor Aletta de Wal is equal parts artist, educator and entrepreneur. She makes make art marketing easier by breaking it down to meet your goals and fit your tim||9/11/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow to recognize, recover from and prevent future creative burnout, A conversation with Sinclair||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Sinclair is a coach who helps creative entrepreneurs become unstoppable. She runs the blog Selfactivator.com, with fresh starts, business how-tos and creative process goo||9/9/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow to use video to promote your art online and in galleries, a conversation with Lori McNee||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Lori McNee is a professional, nationally recognized working artist & blogger. On her popular art blog, FineArtTips.com, Lori shares her unique artistic perspective, a||7/29/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitWhy artists have an unfair advantage at internet marketing, a conversation with Mark McGuinness||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) We are living at a time of unprecedented opportunity for artists and creative professionals— Mark McGuiness, poet, creative coach and editor of Lateral Action, explains||7/15/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitThe competitive advantage of hiring artists, A conversation with Chris Ashworth||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Christopher Ashworth makes software and theater in Baltimore, Maryland. His QLab software makes it simple to create rich multimedia designs for live performances and inst||7/8/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow to get your art into galleries, a conversation with Clint Watson||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) One of the most common questions I hear from artists is "How do I get my work into galleries?" The myth of being discovered is a wonderful bedtime story, but it provides||7/1/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHow to get started in public Art, a conversation with Jon Pounds, Director of Chicago Public Art Group||Click to Download Free MP3 Listen to MP3 in iTunes Art Heroes Review (in production) Public art projects offer both great opportunities and specific challenges for artists. While the budgets and opportunities for exposure of public art are extremely attra||6/24/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
Interesting and timely topics for artists
John is an engaging interviewer with the credibility that comes from being a successful artist himself. He asks questions and shares information about the issues and practices that working artists are concerned with. Highly recommended.
Not Just for Artists...Thoughtful, Relevant Interviews
I recently discovered John T. Unger and Art Heroes Radio, and I can't recommend it to enough people. John is a warm, talented interview with a sense of humor and playfulness that creates an interesting repartee with his guests. John and his guest artists share real-life examples and fresh ideas relevant to artists and business people alike.
Very Well Done
This podcast features interviews with artists and art industry professionals in a variety of different aspects of the discipline. It touches on a wide variety of topics that are relevant to artists from business, spiritual, motivational, and practical angles. It is incredibly informative. We learn a lot about the life of artists everywhere, their struggles and goals, and their triumphs as well as their missteps. John does this all in an informal, conversational tone that is engaging yet not intrusive--a perfect way to spend an hour in your studio simply listening and working. He draws forth insights from his guests that are pertinent to lives of artists regardless of their medium, and shares his own story at the same time. It's truly an educational experience to listen to these, and you'll be developing your understanding of what living the life of an artist is really like. Highly recommend this one for any student, pro, apprecianado, collector, gallery owner, or simply the curious.