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NFTs, Web3, and Crypto: How Artists Can Thrive Using New Technologies [Podcast]

No matter where you turn these days, you’re likely to encounter some form of discourse about the impact of Web3, NFTs, and blockchain technology. Of course, art and tech comprise exciting new frontiers for making and selling art, but what do artists need to know about these new media? Do they represent a real and fundamental shift in the art market, or are they simply new tools for artists and art lovers to enjoy?

By now, you’ve probably heard us mention smARTtalks, a series of intimate learning sessions covering relevant topics for artists and creatives working in the 21st century. On November 12, 2022, Crewest Studio—NOT REAL ART’s parent company—produced its second smARTalks event, held at Helms Bakery District in Culver City. In today’s podcast episode, we look back at our fascinating conversation on NFTs, “Has Digital Art Finally Earned Respect? How Web3, NFTs, AR, VR, AI, and The Metaverse Are Impacting The Art World.”

Featuring the creative minds and expertise of Ronnie Pirovino, Daniel Nomad, and Rad Laser Falcon, this discussion explores how artists can get into the NFT space, ways they can create additional engagement with collectors and the creative community, and some of the benefits these emerging digital tools have to offer artists, collectors, and art lovers alike. By educating yourself about new technologies and platforms, you’ll be better positioned for future opportunities. Don’t miss this insightful conversation on the future of digital art.

Scott "Sourdough" Power

Scott “Sourdough” Power is the the creator and executive producer of NotRealArt.com. He is also the co-founder of Crewest Studio a digital media company in Los Angeles dedicated to creative culture and the $2T creative economy.