Various creative types join Andy in a discussion about why they do what they do.
Artist Casey Figueroa
Abstract artist Casey Figueroa joins Andy to talk about embracing your heritage, how to engage with abstract art, and never having enough taupe.
Author Katherine Dykstra
Writer Katherine Dykstra joins Andy to talk about parenthood, and her new book What Happened to Paula, covering the systemic issues that led to both her murder and the failure to solve it.
Author Elias Rodriques
Fresh off the release of his first fiction novel, All the Water I've Seen is Running, Elias Rodriques joins Andy to talk about being taken seriously as a teen, the broad definition of semi-autobiographical, and the importance of the parts you cut out of a book.
Artists Jessie Fries & Eddy Murray Remastered Ep. 242
Five years, three recording setups, and hundreds of hours of podcasting later, we revisit the first episode of the Inebri-Art Podcast. Eddy Murray and Jessie Fries join Andy to talk about starting to work together at the Art Shoppe, artistic inspirations, and the importance of bathroom breaks in the creative process.
Actress Mika Boorem
Actress and director Mika Boorem joins Andy to talk about drive-in theaters, Guatemalan jade exports, working with family, and finding new platforms to show your art.
Actress Connie Giordano
"Mare of Eastown" actress Connie Giordano joins Andy to talk about losing and finding your accent, COVID-related acting protocols, and the social aspect of weekly TV.
A MUST Listen to Podcast!!!
I had a great time on the podcast!! Super relaxed setting and a really fun conversation. It was a great way to spend a Thursday night!!
Fun, interesting podcast!
I've never really listened to podcasts until now. I'm a big fan of the arts and a nerd, so this fits perfectly for someone like me. What I appreciate the most is the laid back, funny atmosphere the host sets. Enjoyable to listen to. I was lucky to be interviewed as an author as well- they were professional yet made it fun. Check them out!
Insights into Creators
I have enjoyed the Inebriart podcast for a long time, and actually had a chance to be on it once myself as a small author. For anyone looking for a humorous podcast, with humor, but also with adult conversations, you'll find a lot to love about it. Each interview is with a creator, business owner, or just someone of interest, whether it is an artist, a musician, an author, or a small business owner from their local town of Plymouth, MA. I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes to learn about being creative, or just enjoys hearing the story of how other's have lived.