Thu, 21 September 2006
Topics: Why podcasting?
Also, the creative process, using stencils, window wax, and art cars as an example.
Here are some of the links that I mention during this five-minute podcast:
Stencil Street Art
Plastic Radios dot com
The Vermont Country Store - window wax stencils
Music by James Underberg
Aisling.net (my primary art website)
and, of course, www.MilesAwayFromMundane.com, the site that hosts my creative podcasts
If you'd like to call me with a comment*, our message line is 206-600-4278. Be sure to mention that you're commenting on this podcast. And, remember that I may use all or part of your comments in a future podcast.
*Please be kind. I know that there are pops and snaps when I'm too close to my microphone. And, there are silences & "ummms"... and a few times when I clearly lose my train of thought, mid-sentence. I will improve with practice!
Tue, 19 September 2006
Welcome to my new podcasting blog! I'm planning to add a new art-related podcast at least once a week. Here are a few basics, if you're looking for more info:
For more information about my current projects, see my new hub website, SantaFlamingo.com
My first totally-art website was Aisling.net, which still links to my many art-related websites and projects.
Comments are individually approved by me before they appear here. (If I'm working crazy hours on a project, I may not get to this for a few days.) Generally, I won't approve posts about gambling or dating websites, pharmaceuticals, financial opportunities with deposed Nigerian officials, and so on.
You can leave a comment by phone at 206-600-4278. (That was supposed to be 200-600-4art, but then I realized that it might look like "fart" instead of "for art.") Remember that, if you leave a voice message, you automatically give me permission to use all or part of it in an upcoming podcast.
If you have suggestions for future podcasts, email them to podcasts at aisling dot net. Thanks!
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