“As the timeline moves forward, tangential artists in any field fade from the collective radar, until only one person remains; the significance of that individual is then exaggerated, until the genre and the person become interchangeable.”
In this episode of the Starve the Doubts podcast, Matt Gibson and Jared Easley discuss the ins and outs of being a professional musician in today’s world.
Jesse Kornbluth on Holly Gleason’s review of the late rock legend, Prince.
How do you keep going when you’re gripped by fear? Artist Alex Cook shows you how.
A musical legend is gone, but the music industry may just be letting out a sigh of relief.
Matthew Sweet reflects on what it takes to be a real hero.
Artist and musician Alex Cross uses his creative gifts to spread hope and encouragement.
Vincent Van Gogh created some of the most distinct, enduring images ever: sunflowers, starry nights, painfully honest self-portraits. Now, you’re about to see them in a completely new way.
You can’t keep holding out for a dream of success when you don’t know how to be happy today. Here’s now to build a better relationship with your work life.
There’s black, and then there’s Vantablack.
Believe it or not, art IS a valid career choice.
Diagnosed with an infection in his optic nerve, Michaels would never see again. Yet, with the help of friends, he was able to find his passion again.
Sami Jankins helps to unravel the mysterious and elusive creative type.
To hell with the stereotypical husband. Artistic ones have so much to teach us.
Why do we need to change the way we approach leadership in the arts? Lizzie Muller explains.
A ball of yarn and a Navajo loom: weaving a new masculinity and a connection to the soul of the world.