Artist Gripes

One Show, One Hundred Lessons Part 2

An episode of Artist Gripes

By Amanda Levie
Artist Gripes is a podcast that interviews and discusses the artist experiences in order to dispel the problematic presumptions about artists.
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One Show, One Hundred Lessons Part 2
Part 2 of One Show One Hundred Lessons provides more insight and advice than it does gripe. It gives artists especially producers advice on how to avoid the perils of producing... a shit show. Special thanks to cohost Justin Green from The Painted Fool Podcast!
July 30, 2019
One Show, One Hundred Lessons
No Intro Needed! Justin Green and I went to LA for our first west coast No Peeking Show and our cup runneth over with advice, lessons, red flags, knowledge, tips, hacks and more. We had so much to say, it’s TWO EPISODES! Here’s part ONE.
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Surprise! You’re Valid (...and stop looking over THERE)
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July 3, 2019
The Dangerous Myths of Creativity’s Relationship with Mental Illness
Eileen Ramos continues to break the silence about mental health & tears down the myth of mental illness being the direct source of successful creativity for artists.
June 21, 2019
“Just tell me what to do”
Chazz Jogie gives us some tips on external process and how to get those creative juices flowing.
June 14, 2019
Truth be told
Brian Piña lets us in on how he turned ugly truths into a tool for something for better. Or at least something he can be proud of: A true reflection of himself.
June 7, 2019
Success and what’s missing?
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May 31, 2019
“It’s Not Enough”
Tara Moses calls a spade a spade about representation, miseducation, and not settling for what PWI’s have to offer us in the world of theatre and the arts.
May 24, 2019
Suffering, Self Care, and Selfishness
Mia Duran tackles the harmful presumption that artists need dysfunction to create. In turn she’s got some really great news for artists going through it at the moment 💕
May 17, 2019
What the @&$% are you doing?
Max Feinstein tells us how to get things done when we are stagnating from lack of work or in paralysis when we have lots of work but aren’t accomplishing our goals.
May 1, 2019
The Art Of The Side Hustle
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Artist Gripes is a podcast that interviews artists of different disciplines every week to dispel the problematic presumptions society has about artists.
April 9, 2019
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