38 episodes

In Season 2 of Make/Work (beginning with Episode 38), Scott Pinkmountain will speak with artists and activists about how they are responding to the new administration and the role that art and creativity can play in resistance. The show will seek to primarily amplify the voices and work of those being targeted and attacked by this administration.

In Season 1 of Make/Work (Episodes 1-37), Pinkmountain spoke with people working in a wide range of creative mediums about how they survive, how they make a living, how they maintain their work over the long term. Every creative laborer has a different story to tell about how they negotiate their relationship between their creative work and their paycheck and how they balance their lives to sustain their creative practice.

Make/Work: A Rumpus Podcast Scott Pinkmountain

    • 5.0, 29 Ratings

In Season 2 of Make/Work (beginning with Episode 38), Scott Pinkmountain will speak with artists and activists about how they are responding to the new administration and the role that art and creativity can play in resistance. The show will seek to primarily amplify the voices and work of those being targeted and attacked by this administration.

In Season 1 of Make/Work (Episodes 1-37), Pinkmountain spoke with people working in a wide range of creative mediums about how they survive, how they make a living, how they maintain their work over the long term. Every creative laborer has a different story to tell about how they negotiate their relationship between their creative work and their paycheck and how they balance their lives to sustain their creative practice.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
29 Ratings

29 Ratings

Alas alas ,

My favourite podcast

I love the Make/Work podcast. I’m going to write a better review in the future, but just know that clicking subscribe will be a lovely thing you can do for yourself

namrogetak ,

Compelling interviews, great artist’s resource

Scott Pinkmountain talks with artists, musicians, and writers about the day to day realities of making art as they negotiate finances, relationships, and plans for the future. I highly recommend the podcast for listeners who are interested in creative processes or are artists themselves.

Maker/Worker ,

Scott Pinkmountain is $$

Through a series of interviews with a wide variety of artists, Scott Pinkmountain creates a dynamic three dimensional understanding of why/how it takes to survive as a creative maker/human being. His curiosity driven, conversational style is sincere and thoughtful as he elicits intriguing personal narratives from the artists with whom he speaks. Make/Work is like 'Here's the Thing' but better - there's no celebrity, fame or fortune that separates the listener from Scott Pinkmountain and his guests. Consider binge listening !

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