10 episodes

Looking to build a career in the creative arts? Join us as we speak to those who have done just that! Creative producer Gina Benou, author/composer Johanna Craven and their fabulous artistic guests talk marketing, money, inspiration and much more.
Find out more at www.artyficialdreams.org

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Looking to build a career in the creative arts? Join us as we speak to those who have done just that! Creative producer Gina Benou, author/composer Johanna Craven and their fabulous artistic guests talk marketing, money, inspiration and much more.
Find out more at www.artyficialdreams.org

    Episode #10: Writing for TV- and the elusive publishing deal- with Danielle Jawando

    Episode #10: Writing for TV- and the elusive publishing deal- with Danielle Jawando

    Are you a writer seeking that elusive traditional publishing deal? Are you struggling with an inbox full of rejection letters? Young Adult author Danielle Jawando is here to tell us how she went about securing an agent and multi-book publishing deal. She's also got some great advice on breaking into TV. Don't miss it! 

    • 34 min
    Episode #9: Is art a real job? - with a special panel of season one guests.

    Episode #9: Is art a real job? - with a special panel of season one guests.

    Dealing with the perception that working in the arts is not a 'real job' is a challenge that creatives face on a regular basis. In our special season one finale, our panel discusses why art is so often seen as a trivial hobby, rather than a career. We also chat about the challenges of imposter syndrome and how these two issues are related. 
    Join our international panel of former guests for a fun, honest and inspiring look at making a career in the arts today. 

    • 45 min
    Episode #8: Launching a Creative Company- with Adam Small

    Episode #8: Launching a Creative Company- with Adam Small

    We're in London today at the rehearsal space of Wild Child Productions. (And right under the flight path of LCY...) We're chatting with Wild Child's founder, Adam Small about the logistics and challenges of launching a new company as well as his journey of taking his latest work, Michael Morpurgo's 'Kensuke's Kingdom' to Edinburgh Fringe. This episode is packed full of useful information for anyone looking to start their own company- don't miss it!

    • 27 min
    Episode 7: Introducing #StrongWomenWrite, with Khrys Vaughan

    Episode 7: Introducing #StrongWomenWrite, with Khrys Vaughan

    Author Khrys Vaughan is passionate about promoting strong female characters- and the women who write them. The result? The amazing #StrongWomenWrite program; a series of networking events, tweet chats and fight scene workshops. (Yeah I know, cool, right?) Join us as we chat to Khrys about this very important movement, what inspired her to get started and how you can get involved.

    • 17 min
    Episode #6. A Career on the Opera Stage, with Maria Zoi

    Episode #6. A Career on the Opera Stage, with Maria Zoi

    Mezzo-soprano Maria Zoi is building herself an amazing global career on the opera stage— and she's here to tell us just how she does it. Join us for this inspiring interview as we talk travel, dealing with rejection, chasing your dreams and plenty more!

    • 25 min
    Episode #5. Audio Book Narration, with Rebecca McKernan

    Episode #5. Audio Book Narration, with Rebecca McKernan

    Today we head to London to chat with actress Rebecca McKernan about her career in audio book narration. This episode is packed with useful advice about getting started in the world of audio. If you're an actor or an author, don't miss it!

    • 15 min

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