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Talk about the many mini-steps needed to go from a song on paper to an audible track,
1: Beat selection
3: FINALIZE A RELEASE DATE NOW OR NEVER
4: Studio time. Welcome to your new day job
5: Do you look the part
6: Finalize the production.
Then you are recorded mix mastered and produce, whats next? Part 3
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Host Michael Harris interviews artist and nursing student Madeline Fowler.
Madeline Fowler was raised, for the majority of her life in a suburb of Kansas City, KS. Madeline discovered her love of color and art in high school where she took her first painting and drawing class as a junior. She has spent the last four years working to explore and refine her artistic style and ability.
“I primarily focus on painting with oils. I really enjoy varying the surfaces on which I paint. I mainly do representational paintings in which I strive to incorporate a variety of color and value. My artwork is composed of a combination of many different kinds of brush strokes. Thick versus thin, soft versus sharp.... etc. These all work together to elicit emotion from the paintings.”
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The LizyT show with Singer and artist J Point Austin!
Born in north Carolina, moved to Detroit, has credentials in studio recording technology. Based in New York.
Join host Michael Harris as he visits with guest artist Becky Neideffer. Becky Neideffer is an artist with a life-long passion for art. She was born and lived in Indiana until 1993 when her husband retired and they moved to Arizona. Becky’s landscape paintings reflect her love of the southwest and her mid-west roots.
“An artist with a life-long passion for art, I have worked all two dimensional mediums, but prefer soft pastels and colored pencils. My art is realistic with emphasis on light in both mediums. My paintings are predominately still life, figurative, animals, and landscapes. Many of my paintings are painted in plein air in locations near Tucson. Art classes and workshops include basic design, anatomy, landscape, charcoal, watercolor, pen and ink, conte, pastel and oil.”
Erica Larsen-Dockray is an interdisciplinary artist and animator, teacher, double business owner, freelance graphic designer and web developer. She co-founded Calibraska Arts Initiative, a summer program bringing artists from California to small town Western Nebraska (where she is originally from) to teach multi-generational arts workshops.
Erica is adjunct faculty at her alma mater CalArts, in the Film/Video School’s experimental animation program, and a teaching artist at Inner-City Arts in Los Angeles, in media arts and animation for 2nd-12th graders.
Visit eekart.com for more information on Erica's art.
Her latest venture is launching SCV Adventure Play with her husband Jeremiah, creating spaces for children and adults which facilitate self-directed and unstructured play. They are currently developing a permanent play park in Santa Clarita Valley and planning a conference for the training of play workers. Visit SCV Adventure Play .
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Thinh Nguyen is a Vietnamese American artist living in Los Angeles, where he maintains an active visual and performance art practice, informed by his emigration and subsequently formed transnational and non-binary gender and sexual orientation. His work takes the forms of social intervention, performance, sculptural installation, video, and works on paper.
As a cultural developer Thinh has brought arts exhibitions and activities to Los Angeles and Orange Counties. He helped initiate the Long Beach and Fullerton Art Walks and activated the emerging art scene in Hawthorne through founding thinhstudio, which encompasses his business and curatorial practices. He also founded a curatorial program called Videotag and is planning to invigorate the San Pedro artistic hub in the coming year.
Thinh received his MFA from Claremont Graduate University in 2011 and has exhibited internationally. He has also presented interventions at the Guggenheim Museum, The New Museum, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and others.
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