27 episodes

A lively and casual weekly conversation with artists, musicians, gallerists, authors, butchers, bakers and candlestick makers. Host David Hytone, armed only with some cheap recording gear and an even cheaper bottle of wine attempts to wrangle a good story or three out of creative types of all stripes. Based out of Seattle but with a national reach, The Makers Podcast Not only discuss visual arts, music, literature, food, and theater, but also the personal history, politics, and culture that inform their creation. A little rambling, often irreverent, this series of discussions explores what drives the people who make wonderful things.

the makers podcast David Hytone

    • Visual Arts
    • 5.0, 25 Ratings

A lively and casual weekly conversation with artists, musicians, gallerists, authors, butchers, bakers and candlestick makers. Host David Hytone, armed only with some cheap recording gear and an even cheaper bottle of wine attempts to wrangle a good story or three out of creative types of all stripes. Based out of Seattle but with a national reach, The Makers Podcast Not only discuss visual arts, music, literature, food, and theater, but also the personal history, politics, and culture that inform their creation. A little rambling, often irreverent, this series of discussions explores what drives the people who make wonderful things.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings
25 Ratings
gostiaa ,

so importnat so relevant

Thank you David Hytone, the makers podcast is so important and relevant to the Seattle art community but also to the whole art community. My bus rides listening to this have been pretty amazing, inspiring sometimes depressing. Full range. Thank you

Pogoslogos ,

Engaging, Insightful, Delightful

Hytone's personality consistently penetrates the exterior of interviewees to reveal in-depth and often heartfelt conversation. This is a podcast that will be found interesting by anyone who is in the least bit curious about the thoughts and feelings of noteworthy contemporary artists. Hytone, being a painter's painter himself, leans a bit toward that subject, but takes efforts to include many makers in a broader sense: choreographers, programmers, and curators.

I strongly recommend this especially if you live in the Pacific Northwest, as the topics commonly revolve around the quickly evolving gallery and studio art scene in Seattle and the surrounding area.

TragicBurro ,

Art and stuff

This is a...rousing podcast by a seattle art guy in which he holds other seattle art people hostage with the loaded gun of beveragey conversation. Sometimes they address things like painting............and seattle.

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