New York artist Tim Fite on doodling murals, a Bucket of Questions, and European printmaking residency.
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New York artist Tim Fite on doodling murals, a Bucket of Questions, and European printmaking residency.

Tim Fite used to be an artsy rapper. Now he’s just artsy. He doesn’t drink. He doesn’t do drugs. He makes compositionally complex, allegorical drawings that occasionally have a musical or performative component.

San Diego artist and non-profit founder Jay Bell on creating economic opportunities for artists
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San Diego artist and non-profit founder Jay Bell on creating economic opportunities for artists

Jay’s biggest goal is to create as many economic opportunities for local artists as possible and change the narrative of making artists volunteer their time and talent because their work should be valued and compensated!

Jonathan Hanwit, CEO of thinkPARALLAX on sharing business office with local artists

Jonathan Hanwit, CEO of thinkPARALLAX on sharing business office with local artists

What would you do with your underutilized facilities when 2/3 of the time you and your team work remotely? You might as well help out a local art community. Johnathan Hanwit, CEO of THINK Parallax did exactly that by transforming the office into an art gallery.

Ann Golumbuk on becoming an artist after a debilitating injury

Ann Golumbuk on becoming an artist after a debilitating injury

Ann Golumbuck is one of those people who exude so much positive energy that you can’t help but get inspired! In this episode, Ann is sharing a story about quitting her career in sports after being hit by a car and severely injured, and how that put her on a path of becoming a colorful, expressive, and highly sought-after artist.