Dharma talk given by Gil Fronsdal at the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, CA. Recorded on 1999-03-11
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What does it take to make a living as an artist? In this episode of the podcast I talk to illustration agent Lilla Rogers and artist and illustrator Lisa Congdon about how to develop a viable career making and selling your artwork. Lilla and Lisa also recommend great stuff their loving right now.
Connect with Lilla Rogers at: http://lillarogers.com
Connect with Lisa Congdon at: http://lisacongdon.com
Find me, Abby Glassenberg, at: http://whileshenaps.com
Enjoy the show!
New Podcast :: Converge on Fasttrack Creative
I am so honored to be part of Dane Sanders’ podcast series Converge. Dane and I talked recently about the idea of making money and expressing yourself honestly as an artist — along with many of the other challenges and opportunities that are part of being a working artist.
Host Dane Sanders is the real deal. Like me, he fell into art-making later in life (he’s a photographer). An educator at heart, he spent the first part of his life in academia and has now dedicated his life to helping other photographers and artists find their voice & place in the market. He is a fantastic interviewer to boot. I hope you will give it a listen.
In the podcast Dane and I refer to my new book, Art Inc, which came out yesterday! You can listen to the podcast here.
Have a great Wednesday!
CATEGORIES Art Inc | My Books | Podcasts
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