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Full time artist Andrew Norris explores the nuances of art, creativity and business, interviewing painters, musicians, creative entrepreneurs and more. Topics range from process and techniques, flow states and organization, to career advice, and personal stories. Whether art is your hobby or you’re a dedicated creator, this is the podcast for you. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artsyaf/support
 
Throughout each episode of Artsy Audio's Podcast, Andy leads you through the music & career evolution of a drum & bass pioneer. Over the course of an hour, you'll hear everything from their first creations up until their most recent releases, and midway through the show Andy talks about the evolution of their career - from how they began with nothing to performing at sold-out shows.
 
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Melinda Vuikadavu shares an artistic view to many topics including spiritual roots and light hearted fun! Her mission is to help others look for creative solutions to their problems or just lighten up and be okay not being perfect as she advocates for creativity! She created a journal system to help others give themselves a healing session through the 12 section writing guides- as she was a holistic energy healing mentor for the past 10 years... see more about that at www.essentialmessenger. ...
 
It brings me great joy that my work is spreading around the globe. Perhaps you will find a resonance with my work also. I was born and raised in Australia. I spent much of my life on the beautiful white sand beaches! There I was fortunate enough to see the spectacular, breathtakingly beautiful color and light frequently on display at sunset and sunrise. The way the light moved on the water and reflected off everything left its impression on me. I moved to the United States many years ago and ...
 
I firmly believe that everyday is a bonus round. I create because I'm alive. I believe in the freedom of self, and that life is more than a miracle. I interview creative minds all around the world who live on their own terms- so that you and I may absorb the lessons and change the world. Live your life as if you had to live the same life all over again. In this show, I cover mindfulness, productivity, habits, creativity, living off the grid, quitting that miserable job, location independence ...
 
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Kaja joins Matt Dole to talk about her experience at this year's EuRuKo (European Ruby Conference). What was her favorite talk? What did she learn that will change how she works? Tune in for the answers to those questions and more! https://2022.euruko.org/द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Jon Allured talks to Pavlos Vinieratos about Jon's worktime tracking app. It's Forty, and it's about helping you hit that 40 hours a week, while making sure you don't do over! Work/life balance is king. We discuss how the idea came about, how the development went, how Jon uses it, and a bunch more. Join us for the first episode of Whatchu working o…
 
Today on the podcast, Matt Dole is joined by former Artsyer Justin Bennett to talk about what he's up to these days. Turns out he's up to quite a lot! Tune in to hear about his podcast (devtools.fm), his time at Recurse Center, his current work at Oxide, and much more. Justin's Twitter: https://twitter.com/zephraph…
 
Motivation is one of the driving forces for accomplishments and achievements, but it's not always easy to stay motivated. In this episode, Mounir, Matt Dole, and Sultan are talking about how to motivate yourself and stay focused. They also discuss burnout, how to avoid it, and what to do when feeling unmotivated and burnt out.…
 
Recommending artworks to collectors is tricky but having four different ways to do it… Listen as Sarah Haq and Jon Allured talk about how they are improving the artwork recommendations at Artsy by establishing a single source of truth and more!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
At Artsy, we have a concept of a "practice": engineers across different teams who meet on a regular basis to discuss cross-system plans, problems, and systems. This week on the podcast, Matt & Kaja discuss how our practices work, what we like about them, and what could make them better.द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Pavlos Vinieratos talks with Angela Patrinou (a fellow Greek), about Angela's mobile app. It's called Buddies, and it's about finding friends around the city you just moved into! We discuss how the idea came about, how the development went, the launch, and a bunch more. Join us for the first episode of Whatchu working on (on the side), on Artsy Eng…
 
Jackie Potts and Kaja Santro are both from a Ruby-backend background and working as software engineers at Artsy. In this episode they are talking about how it is to work in this area while also being dog moms and what their favorite Ruby gems are and what is so scary about frontend. They also just laugh and chuckle a lot on this episode, so prepare…
 
Carlos joins Matt this week for another "Who Are You, And How Did You Get Here" episode! Tune in to learn how he went from building games with RPG Maker as a teenager in Brazil to working as a software engineer in Germany today. It's been quite a journey!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Ever wondered whether we run on Heroku or Kubernetes? How we monitor and deploy our apps? Tune in to this episode for an overview of Artsy's infrastructure choices with Senior Director of Engineering (and 10-year Artsy veteran!) Joey.द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Today's episode is very special: Artsy engineer Erik is joined by 3 engineers who worked at United Airlines starting in the late 1970s (one of whom is his mom!), who share a look back at their careers and some amazing programming history. You don't want to miss this one!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
In engineering there are interesting sub paths of careers that you can grow into. One of them is the engineering management. What a great opportunity to hear from Elena, our new engineering manager! She will be talking to us about her own career but also about how to approach the switch into management if you are thinking about it.…
 
While Artsy is originally based in NYC, the company has been making a lot of effort in the last year to hire a lot of people in Berlin in order to build up a big team in the German capital. Matt Dole and Kaja Santro talk about how that has been going for them and how they experienced the exciting process of the "Berlin Calling".…
 
Pavlos Vinieratos talks with Adam Butler, about Adam's mobile app that recently launched. It's called Reams, and it's a "Deeply Superficial RSS"! We discuss how the idea came about, how the development went, the launch, and a bunch more. Join us for the first episode of Whatchu working on (on the side), on Artsy Engineering Radio. More to come! htt…
 
A bittersweet episode, as Jon Allured and Matt Dole give Steve Hicks one last chance to reflect on his learnings at Artsy before he moves on. Hop up on grandpappy Steve's lap as he reminisces on what he's taking away from his experiences. Notes * Tanya Reilly's talk on Glue work - https://noidea.dog/glue * One of Steve's dumb robot demo videos - ht…
 
Steve Hicks talks with Emily Marmoy-Haynes and Saj Rasul about Artsy's secret sauce to hiring -- the reference check! They dig into how Artsy uses these calls to identify the strongest candidates without subjecting them to excruciating tests.
 
In engineering we usually have roughly two career paths to choose from: Individual Contributor and Engineering Manager. Kaja will talk to Steve about his career choices and why he decided to go deeper into hands on coding.द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Jackie Potts joins Steve Hicks to do a project retro. They discuss the chronology, the challenges, and the joys of a recent project integrating with a third-party shipping provider. They maybe make each other cry.द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
On this Episode Erik and Kaja talk about ethical questions in software engineering and how the tech world has a responsibility to build good and ethical software. They will cover some examples when things definitely crossed the line of being ethical and try to figure out how to be an ethical software engineer. Talks mentioned in that episode where …
 
Issra Hashim and Alican Akyuz are both "second career developers". One in training, one senior. They join host Pavlos Vinieratos to talk about their transition from careers unrelated to development and coding, to exactly that. Listen to their stories here.द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Jon Allured, Anna Carey, and Steve Hicks recap season 1 of Artsy Engineering Radio. What did we learn? Who listened? And which were our favorite episodes? Our favorite episodes SEO with Jenna: https://artsyengineeringradio.buzzsprout.com/1781859/8923775-28-seo-at-artsy WAYAHDYGH with Roop: https://artsyengineeringradio.buzzsprout.com/1781859/887007…
 
Evan Skytree Snyder ( Bandcamp // @skytreemusic ) is a producer, synthesizer technician, and an engineer. Evan has developed a unique way of creating synthesizer patches using a method he calls geo-sonification; method whereby he uses material from the earth such as crystals or running water from streams as the signal/input for creating sounds on h…
 
Steven Castillo (@steventheartist) is a painter from Indianapolis who is finally doing something tasteful with the paint pouring technique that has become so popular in the last decade. Definitely go check out his work! In this episode we talk lucid dreaming, his painting process, psychedelics, Bob Ross and Steven relates his story of splitting tim…
 
Blake Foster (@blakefosterart) is a painter living in California, making epic images that connect the viewer to nature. In this episode Blake talks about going to digital art school, his early days spraying graffiti, how he approaches each day and a whole lot more. Blake currently has a solo show up at Threyda this month that you should go check ou…
 
Sarah Weir, Luis Gualberto, and Steve Hicks talk about better and more modern ways to think about people and teams. Rather than defining engineers as back-end or front-end, developer archetypes better capture the value an engineer brings to a team. And when scaling teams, Team Topologies provide a model to escape Conway's Law and build for user nee…
 
Steven Teller (@stevetellerarts) is a muralist, painter and live art coordinator living in Florida. In this episode Steven walks us through the process of procuring, mocking up and executing a mural. We talk about practicing spray painting, his time in art school and we go through some of his work in the video segment, the full version of which is …
 
Amanda Sage (@amandasageart ) is a painter, teacher and community builder living mainly in Gunnison, Colorado. Amanda is a central pillar in the psychedelic and visionary art movement over the past two decades. Her work has been featured in galleries and at festivals around the globe. During the beginning of the pandemic, she started the Vision Tra…
 
A improvisational, celebratory, roundtable discussion with friends Krystle Smith @krystleyez, Emily Kell @emilythefunkypriestess, Morgan Mandala @morganmandala, Randal Roberts @randalrobertsart and John Speaker @johnspeaker! Shouts to Andrew Size @iam_size, Mark Santos @markstylezproductions and Eliza Schultz @_spinkit for your tremendous support i…
 
Artsy Legend and Art Enthusiast Barry Hoggard's joins host Sarah Haq to talk about his experience as a collector. Listen to his incredible journey as a collector, from where it all started to how his partner, James Wagner, and him have filled their beautiful home with 1,000s of artworks. We would like to apologise for accidentally calling our wonde…
 
Autumn Skye Morrison (@autumnskyeart) is a painter living in British Columbia Canada. Topics in this episode include Autumn's unique upbringing, why she thinks the trope of the 'starving artist' is false, teaching and being taught by art, how she listens to her paintings and let's her intuition guide her process and many more interesting and inspir…
 
This week my guest is Nome Edonna (@nomeedonna) We talk about dreams and consciousness, Nome talks about his artistic origins in the bay area in conjunction with the underground art and music scene that was burgeoning there in the early 2000s, along with how he and the Furtherr crew met during that time period. We talk about artistic process and th…
 
Emily, Adam, and Matt talk about Artsy's recent efforts to hire more engineers to grow our Berlin office. What surprises and challenges have we faced? How do we think about employee leveling and retention of new employees? Find out on this episode!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
My guest this week is the painter and digital artist Anthony Hurd! (@anthonyhurd ) Anthony also owns a gallery space in Albuquerque, NM called A. Hurd Gallery (@ahurdgallery) In this episode we talk about business, being instilled with confidence watching his father being an artist, his former job in an advertising (and a plethora of other gigs) as…
 
My guest this week is Michael Camarra! (@mcamarra) Michael is a painter who's work touches on history, post-apocalyptic artifacts and sci-fi. We talk about freelancing, approaching galleries, the future of humanity, his process, narrative and allegory in art and a lot more. Are you getting value out of this show? Does it bring you joy, insight or e…
 
At Artsy the Data and Engineering Teams work together really closely. Listen as Abhiti Prabahar and Jon Allured chat about this collaboration and how this has evolved over time. Also find out what even is a data pipeline!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
Ashley Ann Austin (@trip_a) is a glassblower living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In this episode Ashley talks about her journey in to blowing glass, self care and routine, and her fascination with Coogi sweaters and how it's influenced her work. If you'd like support this podcast, go check out https://www.patreon.com/artsyafpodcast ! Currently there …
 
Jon Allured, Sultan Al-Maari, and Steve Hicks talk about knowing when to give up on a problem and when to keep digging. Sultan talks about how he got into software development, and how things are going at Artsy so far. Come hang out with us!द्वारा Artsy Engineering
 
My guest this week is Sarah Jane Jamison (@sarahjanejamison), an image maker using traditional media- colored pencil, gouache, ink, marker and paint pens- to create iconic imagery that "mirrors the uncomfortable feeling that she associates with scrolling through an endless feed that portends both limitless potential and impending apocalypse." In th…
 
This week my guest is Juan Manuel Sanabria (@juanmasana // https://jmsanabria.com/) Juan is a painter currently living in Argentina. His work is a fever dream of distracted portraits, at once realistic and 8-bit Nintendo graphics. He has been featured in Juxtapoz magazine and several galleries lately. We get in to his story, his work, his process a…
 
My guest this week is Gabriel Welch (@omeka_one): painter, storyteller and graffiti writer. We talk about his story growing up and realizing he was an artist, writing and making the art for graphic novels, going sober in the context of festivals and we go off on the complexity of social media for a bit there near the end. If you're not already fami…
 
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