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Podcast Episodes

Hear Artists tell their stories

Announcing the 2024 NOT REAL ART Grant Recipients [Podcast]

Submissions for the 2024 NOT REAL ART grant closed earlier this year in January. After a rigorous selection process, our esteemed panel of judges has selected the six lucky winners of this year’s grant. With ...

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Announcing the 2024 NOT REAL ART Grant Recipients [Podcast]

Samuel Douek of Thunderflix: Netflix for Metalheads [Podcast]

Where do you go to see your favorite metal band perform? Until recently, longtime metal enthusiast Samuel Douek struggled to find an answer that satisfied him. After missing an online concert because of streaming issues, ...

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Samuel Douek of Thunderflix: Netflix for Metalheads [Podcast]

SNL Cue Cards: Behind the Scenes With Wally Feresten [Podcast]

Is there any creativity behind cue card production? On today’s podcast episode, Wally Feresten, iconic cue card writer “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) and “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” sits down with NOT REAL ART host ...

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SNL Cue Cards: Behind the Scenes With Wally Feresten [Podcast]

Why the Creative Arts Are Experiencing a Full-Blown Renaissance [Podcast]

Are the creative and performing arts experiencing a 21st-century renaissance? NOT REAL ART founder Scott “Sourdough” Power thinks so. “What's left when you've lost faith in your church, in your company, in your government?” he ...

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Why the Creative Arts Are Experiencing a Full-Blown Renaissance [Podcast]

Muralist Michelle Hoogveld: The Power of Color, Connection, and Love [Podcast]

Instantly recognizable and beaming with positivity, Michelle Hoogveld’s colorful, kaleidoscopic murals demonstrate the power of love, connection, and color. Her graphic, geometric compositions weave an intricate tapestry of joy and passion, the relationships we form ...

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Muralist Michelle Hoogveld: The Power of Color, Connection, and Love [Podcast]

Kate Averett Anderson of Black Mountain College: Birthplace of the American Avant-Garde [Podcast]

Despite its short lifespan, Black Mountain College (BMC) left a lasting legacy as an influential pioneering arts institution that challenged traditional academic structures and fostered a unique community of creative thinkers. Founded in 1933 just ...

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Kate Averett Anderson of Black Mountain College: Birthplace of the American Avant-Garde [Podcast]

Moral Masuoka of Beautify Earth: Connecting the World With Street Art [Podcast]

In a world full of digital noise, street art can tell vital stories, rejuvenate urban spaces, and bring communities closer together. For over 10 years, creative agency Beautify Earth has collaborated with artists and brands ...

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Moral Masuoka of Beautify Earth: Connecting the World With Street Art [Podcast]

What Does an Ethical Code of Conduct Look Like for Artists? [Podcast]

“First, do no harm.” Written nearly 2,500 years ago in Greece, the Hippocratic Oath and its principles hold a sacred place in the hearts and minds of doctors to this day. Traditionally sworn by graduating ...

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What Does an Ethical Code of Conduct Look Like for Artists? [Podcast]

Katie Love of Laugh Gallery: Celebrating the Art of Comedy and the Comedy of Art [Podcast]

Editor’s note: Today’s special episode comes to us from our friends at Laugh Gallery, who operate under the Crewest Studio network of podcasts alongside NOT REAL ART. Despite what your parents told you, comedy is an art. Comedy ...

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Katie Love of Laugh Gallery: Celebrating the Art of Comedy and the Comedy of Art [Podcast]

Graffiti Artist Man One Returns for the First Episode of the NOT REAL ART Podcast [Podcast]

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this episode ran in July 2018 and has been updated with a new introduction. Every month, NOT REAL ART digs through its archive of podcast episodes in search of ...

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Graffiti Artist Man One Returns for the First Episode of the NOT REAL ART Podcast [Podcast]

John Houck: How Therapy Helped the Former Software Engineer Find His Artistic Voice [Podcast]

Former software engineer John Houck is a multidisciplinary artist whose work examines human perception and memory. From subtly folded and rephotographed pieces of paper to paintings of psychological landscapes overlaid with personal objects, John explores ...

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John Houck: How Therapy Helped the Former Software Engineer Find His Artistic Voice [Podcast]

Confidence, Cohesion, and Team-Building: What Artists Can Learn From Dress Rehearsal [Podcast]

Performing for a live audience in a new, unpredictable setting requires tremendous concentration. The stage is bigger than your studio, someone sneezes or coughs, a cell phone rings, and your costume is way itchier than ...

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Confidence, Cohesion, and Team-Building: What Artists Can Learn From Dress Rehearsal [Podcast]

Z-Trip: How ‘America’s Best DJ’ Pushes the Boundaries of Creativity [Podcast]

Editor’s note: Today’s special episode comes to us from our friends at The Conduit, who operate under the Crewest Studio network of podcasts alongside NOT REAL ART. In the ‘90s, rock was rock, hip-hop was ...

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Z-Trip: How ‘America’s Best DJ’ Pushes the Boundaries of Creativity [Podcast]

Judy Baca of SPARC: Transcending Public Art With Participatory Neighborhood Murals [Podcast]

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this episode ran in March 2021 and has been updated with a new introduction. Historically, street art has been used as a powerful tool for community engagement thanks to ...

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Judy Baca of SPARC: Transcending Public Art With Participatory Neighborhood Murals [Podcast]

The 10 Friends Who Will Make Your Life Richer, Fuller, and More Rewarding [Podcast]

Birds of a feather flock together… right? As human beings, we are naturally drawn to people who look and think like us, but limiting our friendships to a homogenized group of people reduces our ability ...

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The 10 Friends Who Will Make Your Life Richer, Fuller, and More Rewarding [Podcast]
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