Art of Hustle is a civic-minded for-profit project that provides training and consulting for independent artists, creative entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profit organizations. We believe in the value of mastering narrative, creatively and moreover professionally, to better serve the goals of any individual and company. Our primary interests and areas of expertise are in marketing and management. Through its programs, Art of Hustle shares tips and info, provides some guidance, and more than anything, creates a fun space where ordinary people can gather, communicate, and share their own experiences. Listen on ArtofHustle.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more.
Art Practical launched AP Audio in 2017 through funding by the California Arts Council to produce podcasts and audio initiatives that offer a personal voice to issues of art, visual and cultural studies, and creative projects. “How does one survive and thrive as an artist in the San Francisco Bay Area?” Living & Working is a multi-platform column focusing on the experiences and strategies from those who continue to live and work in the Bay Area. All podcasts and recordings can be found on artpractical.com, SoundCloud, or iTunes.
Artists in Offices is a podcast that interviews working artists with day jobs and explores the idea that "the work you do for pay supports the work you do for love"...or does it? Created, produced, and hosted by Oakland-based artist Rebecca Bird Grigsby. Listen on ArtistsinOffices.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more.
Beyond the Studio is a podcast that focuses on the behind the scenes work of visual artists—how they're supporting and sustaining themselves and their creative work. Co-hosted by artists Nicole Mueller and Amanda Adams, Beyond the Studio features candid conversations with artists about their business practices, time management, financial planning, and how they're navigating the unique challenges of making a living, creatively. Artists are inherently resourceful, resilient, and ambitious, with a unique and diverse set of skills. We want to know how they're connecting the dots in their own life, and demystify the process. We believe that by sharing these stories openly and honestly, artists will feel more empowered and become better equipped to live out their own creative life's work. Listen on Beyondthe.Studio, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, & more.
Moneysplained is a podcast for people afraid of personal finance. Do you ever feel like there’s this secret language of money you can’t speak? Or that financial security is only understood and enjoyed by those who come from money, or work as bankers, brokers, analysts, and accountants? Moneysplained is a personal finance podcast that breaks down those barriers and fills in the education gaps for people afraid of admitting what they don't know about money. Listen on Moneysplained.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more.
The Accidental Creative podcast shares how to build practical, everyday practices that help you stay prolific, brilliant and healthy in life and work. Host Todd Henry (author of the books The Accidental Creative, Die Empty, and Louder Than Words) interviews artists, authors and business leaders, and offers tips for how to thrive in life and work. Listen in and join the conversation at AccidentalCreative.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more.
The Futur, a business + design podcast. Chris Do, host of YouTube channel "The Process" talks about: Branding, Design, Business and User Experience design. CEO Chris Do, talks shop with industry leaders and entrepreneurs about a vast range of topics like education, design, philosophy, business and marketing. With over fifty episodes to choose from, you are sure to learn something while you listen. Listen on TheFutur.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more
The Thriving Artist podcast features insightful interviews with artists, collectors, gallerists, and other leading experts on visual art as a business and the business of visual artists with host Daniel DiGriz. The series employs a highly digestible podcast format to provide an informal business learning course built around each guest's knowledge and experiences. A production of The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, the show is available on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, & more.
Raw Milk – The Creative Business Podcast is Beth Kirby's Instagram filter-free podcast for creative entrepreneurs where she gets raw, real, and sometimes ridiculous about what it really takes to build a life and business you love, live slow, travel more, make an impact, and make money while you do it. Listen on BethKirby.com, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, & more.