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In The Art Scene

In The Art Scene

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Conversations about how to enjoy being an artist and how to succeed as an artist.
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ArtReach San Diego: A Small Organization That Makes a Big Difference - with Anna Laroque
Today, we are talking to Anna Laroque from a local non-profit organization ArtReach San Diego that is making sure that kids are not going to miss out on art programs at school. This is a small team of passionate creatives that is making a huge difference in our community. Listen to the very end because there is an active call for artists for their 2021 guitar art project! Share this episode with your friends, especially if they are visual artists in Greater San Diego Area!  Go to the blog post for this episode to see photos and more.  Follow and support ArtReach in their work of bringing art to as many kids as possible!  Official website: linkedIn: ArtReach SD Instagram: @artreachsd Facebook: @ArtReachSD Twitter: @ArtReachSD Guitar art auction application form Email:
February 20, 2021
Bea Gold: Art For Art's Sake
In this episode, we are talking with Bea Gold - a 93-year-old working artist whose evergreen enthusiasm and child-like curiosity are inspirational and uplifting. Bea shared with us her life story about being an art student and a young artist in NYC in the 1940s, about her incredible legacy as an educator and a childhood development advocate (Pathways LA), and also about how she manages to stay tech-savvy in her 90s. Although this is a long conversation, we couldn't find anything to cut out of it because Bea's story is simply fascinating.  You can find a shorter version along with photographs on our blog post  Find Bea online: on YouTube on Facebook on Etsy Bea's book "Tell Me a Story" 
February 8, 2021
Cody Esp: Erotic Art That Heals the World
In this episode, we are talking to Cody Esp, an amazing watercolor artist from Seatle, Washington. Among her other lines of work, Cody's erotic art really stands out for its vulnerable depiction of very intimate moments. It turned out, not only this art helped her heal from some traumatic experiences but keeps helping other women in their own healing process. Let's see what Cody has to say about this and other aspects of her work and life as a full-time artist. Check out the blog post for this episode.  Where to find Cody online:  Official website: Instagram: @codychuff Shop Cody's work here Consider supporting In The Art Scene project by subscribing to our podcast and email list and by following us on Instagram
January 22, 2021
Welcome to In The Art Scene
Welcome to our new show where we discuss what it means to be an artist!  In this first episode, we telling you how we came up with the idea for this podcast and what we expect from it.  In short, this show is an extension of the art community blog that we started in October 2020 as a platform for artists to tell their stories. We found conversations with artists so far so fascinating that we decided to give them the voice.  We will be inviting all sorts of artists and creatives and ask them questions about their life, career, hardships, inspirations, dreams, and art and business practices to give you a multitude of perspectives on how to enjoy being an artist and how to succeed as an artist.  Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts and sign up to our email list to stay in touch!  If you want your story to be heard on our podcast drop us line! 
January 8, 2021