Join us for conversations with artists and creatives across Canada. Inspiring, engaging and educational, the Conversations With Creatives Podcasts aims to connect members of our creative community throughout their artistic journey.
Step into the studios of artists participating in the Eastside Culture Crawl. Get into the headspace of preparing for the open studios with Louise Solecki Weir, Girish Chandok, Tess Paul and Brandy Mars!
In this episode, we're further exploring the profound connection and relationship between artists and materials. Our guest artists Rande Cook, Alanna Sparanese, and Renee Nault each speak about their respective connections between art material and creative process. If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a comment! This time, we'd love to hear what materials have opened new doors for you creatively. Was there a branching path...
In this Conversations with Creatives episode, we'll be discussing the profound connection and relationship between artists and materials. This time we are joined by artists Angela Fehr, Tiko Kerr, and Misako Flodin. We'll hear about the artists' connection to their mediums of choice – watercolour painting, mixed media, and oil pastel, respectively. If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a comment! We'd like to hear w...
From a homegrown oasis to the public park, gardens provide the lifeblood to private lives and local communities. In this episode, learn how artists Marney-Rose Edge, Ken Clarke, Paula Barrantes, and Anaïs Lera each employ a unique approach to art in the garden.
Opus Visual Podcast • Season 2, Episode 4. We’ve now reached the final episode manifesting your creative success. How do we realize our vision grow as artists and get our work out into the wider world? Featuring Zoë Pawlak, Sam Siegel, WKNDRS, and Colette Tan!
Opus Visual Podcast • Season 2, Episode 3 In this Opus Podcast, artists Cori Creed, Ian de Hoog, and Nikko Saturnus Mercialo share techniques they employ to develop and execute their vision, as well as their thoughts and tips on practicing. The artists tackle questions that we all face in our artistic journeys. What does it take to develop our vision, especially when contending with the constantly evolving reality? Can daily practi...
Opus Visual Podcast • Season 2, Episode 2. In our second of two Imagining Endless Possibilities podcast, artists Levi Nelson and Lauren Brevner speak about how art allows us to navigate transitions and re-imagine new, better futures. The Conversations With Creatives Podcast by Opus Art Supplies is available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Youtube, and more streaming platforms. Check out the artists featured in the episode: Levi Nelson h...
Checking in with Cool Arts, Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival, Artist for Kids and Langley Arts Council. Last year, we challenged you to help us raise $16,000. You smashed this goal. So we launched a second round. Turning to our community to choose where those extra funds went in the end, thanks to your overwhelming support, we managed to provide 1000 dollar opus gift cards to 23 local arts related organizations with 2021. Art bring...
Art Is A Gift It connects us, moves us and engages us, enhancing our lives and the lives of others. We hear from a group of artists participating in the 2021 East Side Culture Crawl on their take on art is a gift and their practice.
In this Opus Art Supplies Conversations With Creatives Podcast, we interviewed Alex Sandvoss, Odera Igbokwe, and Tyler Keeton Robbins about what Living a Creative Life means to them. Listen as they discuss their aim to bring positivity and happiness to the community around them, themselves, and the world at large.
This is a Conversation with Creatives podcast. We're currently exploring the theme living a creative life. In this second episode we're discovering what a creative life looks like for four career artists Alice Parmelee Rich, Emilie & Mike Fantuz and Preston Buffalo.
In this conversation with creatives, dive into the creative lives of four Emily Carr University of Art & Design graduates. Discover their creative journeys and what led them to a career in the arts. Featuring Alison Chan, Kirk Gower, Michelle Chan, Zandi Dandizette.
In this first ever long format version of our podcast, dive deeper into the creative process of these four Plein Air and Urban Sketching artists through our theme of Exploring the outdoors through art. This episode features Zandro Thumaliuan, Jose De Juan, Maria Josenhans, and Dominik Modlinski.
Opus Art Supplies explores the outdoors through art! In this episode of the Opus Visual Podcast, we hear from Maria Josenhans and Dominik Modlinski on why they choose to paint plein air and the process, thoughts, and trials that come with it. As we explore the outdoors, we explore our inner world!
Opus Art Supplies explores the outdoors through art! In this episode of the Opus Visual Podcast, we hear from Zandro Tumaliuan and Jose de Juan. As we explore the outdoors, we explore our inner world.
Listen to the new podcast featuring conversations with three FCA artists and past winners of the FCA On The Edge Exhibition on how going beyond boundaries helps them grow and the value they find in entering juried exhibitions.
We’re continuing to explore the final stages of the creative process with artists Steve Chmilar and Blythe Scott, and artist consultant Pennylane Shen.
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How do the smartest marketers cut through the noise? And how do they manage to do it again and again? Join iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman as he analyzes the Math and Magic of marketing—sitting down with today's most gifted disruptors.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.