Digital fine artist and pioneer, Anne Spalter, abstracts how diverging decisions has led her, and her daughter, to opportunities that have brought them greater enjoyment in life, and how others' resistance has motivated and solidified her career.
Mixed media content creator working primarily in video, photography + motion graphics, Jeremy Lewis, on self care approaches that augment creativity and how deep, internal clarity is a road map to meeting creative aspirations.
Discussion with contemporary artist, Charles Williams, on how joining inherent values to a nurtured dedication and work-ethic, and the grit that comes from paying attention to the effect of socio + cultural environments, leads to work that resonates.
Aussie, Mel Ogier, details on style as a channel for emotional embodiment. With its beginnings as a low-key musings on street style, The Garb Wire, an Australia style website elevates emerging designers, musicians and those with unapologetic style.
Writer, critic, poet and performer, Chris Vitiello describes how his craft transitioned from an isolated practice to a collaborative process, and brought him to inexplicable intuition, connection to others, and a deeper presence.
Portland-based designer, Anna Smith, shares how giving attention to surprise changes, honoring collaboration + periods of stillness preserves the fun in an artistic life.
Baltimore-based drummer + furniture maker, BJ Kerwin, shares case studies for how music enters lives, transforms people, and reshapes purpose.
Uncovering control and how external factors shape and influence craft and life, Jenny Carpenter explains why travel and individualism is at the root of it all.
Prelude to future conversation with artists who are committed to craft and being honest with themselves, host, Marissa Boisvert, talks artistic background and what led her to, Where Awareness Nourishes Artistry.