10 episodes

Creativity: Hustlers, Fakers, and Thieves is a series about the nature of creativity. Through a series of interviews with working artists we will explore the concepts that inform their creativity. Concepts like Curiosity, Practice, and Failure are considered by artists every day. These are the ideas and values that a creative person has for their work whether they are an apprentice, working artist, or master.

Creativity: Hustlers Fakers and Thieves Northwest Media Studio

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Creativity: Hustlers, Fakers, and Thieves is a series about the nature of creativity. Through a series of interviews with working artists we will explore the concepts that inform their creativity. Concepts like Curiosity, Practice, and Failure are considered by artists every day. These are the ideas and values that a creative person has for their work whether they are an apprentice, working artist, or master.

    The Market Says You’re Not Worth It; Value with Laleh Khorramian

    The Market Says You’re Not Worth It; Value with Laleh Khorramian

    Laleh Khorramian is an artist who works with paint, fabric, animation video, digital imaging, collage and mono-typing. She uses a vacillating process between them to integrate fiction with spectacle and theatre constructions to explore the discarded and chance outcomes as a creative strategy.

    • 29 min
    Little Bunny Foo Foo & Genius in Creativity; Genius with Anne Washburn, Dramatist

    Little Bunny Foo Foo & Genius in Creativity; Genius with Anne Washburn, Dramatist

    • 26 min
    I Wanna Write Like a Samurai; Discipline with Matt Fraction, Comic Book Author

    I Wanna Write Like a Samurai; Discipline with Matt Fraction, Comic Book Author

    • 36 min
    The Idea Train Meets the Morning Kool-Aid; Inspiration with Sean Hogan

    The Idea Train Meets the Morning Kool-Aid; Inspiration with Sean Hogan

    • 25 min
    No I Meant to Screw That Up; Failure with Merridawn Duckler, Cross Genre Artist

    No I Meant to Screw That Up; Failure with Merridawn Duckler, Cross Genre Artist

    Merridawn Duckler is a writer from Oregon, author of INTERSTATE (dancing girl press) and IDIOM (Washburn Prize, Harbor Review) She won the Jewish in Seattle fiction contest and the Elizabeth Sloan Tyler Memorial Award from Woven Tale Press, judged by Ann Beattie. Recent work in Hobart, New Flash Fiction, Penn Review, No Contact, Cheat River Review. She’s an editor at Narrative and the international philosophy journal Evental Aesthetics.
     

    • 25 min
    Another Creature Out There To Be Discovered; Limits, with Composer Alex Ebert

    Another Creature Out There To Be Discovered; Limits, with Composer Alex Ebert

    • 24 min

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