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We've teamed up with some of our favorite artists, producers, directors and more to catch a deep glimpse into what it takes to turn an artistic vision to reality.

Latest Episodes

#26 Super Hueman Hustle - A.R.T. Podcast Season 2 Finale

EAllison is a very well-known Bay-to-LA (and back) street artist, having been featured on the cover of LA Weekly's People of the Year issue, Juxtapoz Magazine, and many other places. She's also navigated a wide variety of career situations that have informed her work. For our season finale, host Jacob Patterson stopped by her new house in Oakland to chop it up. Warning: we say "hyphy" and "hella" wayyyyyy too many times in this episode. 8:17- Is San Jose the bay area or not? 8:57- Which part of Oakland are we in? 10:32- The Bay responding to the Ghost Ship fire Read more about the Ghost Ship fire: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/oakland-ghost-ship-warehouse-deadly-fire-gallery-1.2901036 http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-ca-ghost-ship-fire-anniversary-housing-201711202-story.html 13:20- Vince CEO Meow Wolf https://meowwolf.com/author/vince/ 15:31- Why did you decide to come back to the bay? 17:08- Jacob ghost riding a car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQlonDdyUYk 17:25- Andrew ...

117 MIN2018 APR 19
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#26 Super Hueman Hustle - A.R.T. Podcast Season 2 Finale

#25 Hijinx PR Answers: What Is Art Management & PR?

EHeidi Johnson has been putting the coolest art and events in front of the hippest people in LA for decades. In this episode she breaks down where PR and management cross over, how much of this stuff artists should be doing for themselves, and when it's time for you to get a manager. She also lets us in on some secrets of how to get your shit covered by the press. There's a lot of name-dropping in this episode, but every story is peppered with many years of wisdom, and by the end Heidi takes muthafuckas to school so don't miss the second half of this episode. We also share stories on the late Juxtapoz co-founder Greg Escalante since Heidi was one of the people closest to him in his final years. RIP Greg. 6:10- Can you talk about the new stuff you are doing with Corey Helford? http://www.coreyhelfordgallery.com/ https://www.instagram.com/coreyhelfordgallery 9:01-http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-break-bread-think-tank-photos-20160212-photogallery.html https://www.yout...

123 MIN2018 APR 5
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#25 Hijinx PR Answers: What Is Art Management & PR?

#24 How to Run the Art Department from the Gods

EMaca rode some wild waves while Quest Nutrition jumped to the billion dollar company range, as he built one of the world's best art departments. Part of that was hiring Dino Nama, who is now Think Tank Gallery's Art Director. The two reminisce on what it took to operate on such a level, the difference of running smaller and more mobile design agencies, and break down wtf an art department even is. They also have a lot of inside jokes (just warning you). By the end of the episode we discuss what it would take to really build perfection in a design agency or art department. 7:00- Jacob obsesses over this. Srsly read it. He hasn't played Halo in seven years and still obsessed over it.https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/xwqjg3/the-complete-untold-history-of-halo-an-oral-history Also this is the JRE #999 with Quest Nutrition Co-Founder: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joe-rogan-experience/id360084272?mt=2&i=1000391132970 10:00- Dino explains who Maca is and why they brought h...

141 MIN2018 MAR 29
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#24 How to Run the Art Department from the Gods

#23 Decoding the Artist with Yoshino

EYoshino has been a professional photographer in LA for a long time, and during a rut in his personal life and art practice, he started a podcast to re-inspire himself. That podcast is now one of the bigger arts podcasts in the world, and he has built a career and company out of it. In true Yoshino style, he flips the interview and gets host Jacob Patterson to open up about some personal topics and open relationship beliefs he's never shared in public. 6:03- Are you editing your show yourself, or do you have someone else doing it? 7:05- Jacob talks about interviewing people 8:04- Do you have a starting point when you are getting ready to interview somebody? 9:45- Have you been intimidated to interview anybody? 11:04- Yoshino talks about how much research he does prior to interviewing people 12:26- Check out Yoshino’s podcast Artist Decoded https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/artist-decoded-by-yoshino/id1036675582?mt=2 https://www.instagram.com/artistdecoded http://www.artistdecoded....

114 MIN2018 MAR 21
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#23 Decoding the Artist with Yoshino

#22 BrokeLA's Anna Shumacher: The Corporate Structure of DIY Culture

EcARTel has done many things in the almost-decade that they've been shaping the experiential arts scene in LA. They've hosted fort parties, galaxy art shows with Bill Nye, giant sponsored activations, and been served a cease and desist by Coachella. The latter comes midway through the story of one of the largest and longest running DIY festivals in SoCal, fka Brokechella. Now called BrokeLA, it opens next month and has partnered with Spaceland Presents and the Regent for Anna's first year as the company's CEO. We dive deep into such an evolution, and also nerd tf out on some permitting stuff. This episode is a creative producer's playground. Permitting survey: bit.ly/permitsurvey http://www.wearecartel.org/ http://brokelafest.com/ 11:40 - intro ends/interview begins 12:10 - How did you find your way into permitting? 13:15 - Intro to Anna 13:24 - Did you come from the aesthetic side? 14:10 - Anna talks about cARTel, acting, staging and then combining them together. 15:05 - Visual art ...

153 MIN2018 MAR 14
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#22 BrokeLA's Anna Shumacher: The Corporate Structure of DIY Culture

#21 The Arts' Ever-Changing Cannabis Landscape with Little Face Events

Katie Carita Partlow of Little Face Events has changed the way that Los Angeles perceives cannabis events. Recognized by such now-household names as Weedmaps and Rolling Stone, Katie is the go-to personality in the weed industry to get a finely tuned message across in an artistic way. She's been called the "Best Pot Party in CA" (Rolling Stone) and she has her sights set high on 2018. If you're interested in doing anything artistic with Mary Jane this year, this podcast episode is the place to start. 6:46- Katie Partlow (Little Face Events) https://www.instagram.com http://www.littleface.events/ https://www.instagram.com/littleface_low 5:53- Katie explains what Little Face Events is 7:06- When did you start this? 14:09- Were you doing events before that? 14:32-https://www.instagram.com/alchemyofwaste http://alchemyofwaste.com/ 14:49- Art Share LA https://www.instagram.com/artshare_la https://artsharela.org/abovethestreets/ 15:15- How long have you be in LA? Were you doing events any...

117 MIN2018 MAR 7
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#21 The Arts' Ever-Changing Cannabis Landscape with Little Face Events

#16 Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek: Changing the Economy Through Art

#repost! We took this episode down to make a crucial cut. If you heard it the first time, enjoy it again cuz it's that good! If you missed it, here's your chance to listen to the world's hottest immersive arts company spin gold through their CEO.

88 MIN2018 MAR 7
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#16 Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek: Changing the Economy Through Art

#20 Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin' – A Love/Hate Letter to Los Angeles

We've mentioned the trip that manifested DS&WC at Think Tank Gallery, the show that brought our gallery back into our old venue, but we haven't discussed the process of putting it on. Hundreds of people were involved in producing this massive arts and events series, and four of them sit down after breakfast to smoke a few bowls and talk about it in this episode. If you came to the show you'll love hearing what went into it, and if you didn't you'll love hearing our host's best friends ruthlessly mocking him for a couple hours. Long one but good one. 5:40- Intro https://www.instagram.com/drinkinsmokinwestcoastin/ https://drinkinsmokinwestcoastin.com 6:08- Dino Art Director of DSWC https://www.instagram.com/nunquamdormio Danny Heidner Experience Designer of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/dannyheidner Andrew Production Lead of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/abars Jacob Bitch of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/jmjpatterson 8:51- What do you guys recall form that crazy month? 10:19- Di...

166 MIN2018 FEB 28
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#20 Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin' – A Love/Hate Letter to Los Angeles

#19 Think Tank Gallery Lied to You: Deception as Art Medium with Firefly Prod.

EThe last big show that was thrown with the Think Tank was a confusing one, for many reasons. Firefly Productions tricked the Think Tank into producing it, the Think Tank tricked its audience into attending it (#District798), and the actors tricked guests in every way shape and form. By the end, people even thought the weed was fake while they hit it. This show was described as a "mindfuck" by the media, and it encapsulated that word in every way. Whether you caught or missed the show, or caught the show but missed huge chunks of it (we don't blame you), this interview with Steph and Steven of Firefly is a crash course on how to give a viciously original take on priorly used content. Producers will love this episode. Artists will too. Steven Klein and Stephanie Barnes from Firefly https://www.facebook.com/FireflyTheaterFilms?ref=ts https://twitter.com/fireflyinc http://steven-klein.blogspot.com/ 7:31- District 798 http://www.fireflyinc.com/caught/ 8:00- Jacob tells Steven and Steph t...

108 MIN2018 FEB 22
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#19 Think Tank Gallery Lied to You: Deception as Art Medium with Firefly Prod.

#18 Running a Creative, Mystical Ecosystem with "Sleep No More"

ENew York's "Sleep No More" is probably the most successful piece of immersive theatre of all time. But there are thousands of moving parts to this magical machine. Guest Cesar Hawas likes to describe the parts of this creative ecosystem as just that, magic, but there are tons of insights to how an arts company can get such anexpensive building and keep it running and profitable. Cesar talks about the more ethereal parts of Sleep No More (run by the production company Emursive) and all of the inspiration that surrounds it at the McKittrick Hotel in our first remote episode recorded outside of California. 5:55 - Cesar Hawas https://mckittrickhotel.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cesarhawas/ https://twitter.com/heypiece?lang=en http://lebalrevue.com/ 6:01-The Lodge at the Mckittrick Hotel https://mckittrickhotel.com/gallow-green/ 7:34- When and why The Lodge opened 8:50-http://immersivedesignsummit.com/ 10:05- What are the different experiences you can have in the McKittrick Hotel? http...

87 MIN2018 FEB 14
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#18 Running a Creative, Mystical Ecosystem with "Sleep No More"

Latest Episodes

#26 Super Hueman Hustle - A.R.T. Podcast Season 2 Finale

EAllison is a very well-known Bay-to-LA (and back) street artist, having been featured on the cover of LA Weekly's People of the Year issue, Juxtapoz Magazine, and many other places. She's also navigated a wide variety of career situations that have informed her work. For our season finale, host Jacob Patterson stopped by her new house in Oakland to chop it up. Warning: we say "hyphy" and "hella" wayyyyyy too many times in this episode. 8:17- Is San Jose the bay area or not? 8:57- Which part of Oakland are we in? 10:32- The Bay responding to the Ghost Ship fire Read more about the Ghost Ship fire: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/oakland-ghost-ship-warehouse-deadly-fire-gallery-1.2901036 http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-ca-ghost-ship-fire-anniversary-housing-201711202-story.html 13:20- Vince CEO Meow Wolf https://meowwolf.com/author/vince/ 15:31- Why did you decide to come back to the bay? 17:08- Jacob ghost riding a car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQlonDdyUYk 17:25- Andrew ...

117 MIN2018 APR 19
Comments
#26 Super Hueman Hustle - A.R.T. Podcast Season 2 Finale

#25 Hijinx PR Answers: What Is Art Management & PR?

EHeidi Johnson has been putting the coolest art and events in front of the hippest people in LA for decades. In this episode she breaks down where PR and management cross over, how much of this stuff artists should be doing for themselves, and when it's time for you to get a manager. She also lets us in on some secrets of how to get your shit covered by the press. There's a lot of name-dropping in this episode, but every story is peppered with many years of wisdom, and by the end Heidi takes muthafuckas to school so don't miss the second half of this episode. We also share stories on the late Juxtapoz co-founder Greg Escalante since Heidi was one of the people closest to him in his final years. RIP Greg. 6:10- Can you talk about the new stuff you are doing with Corey Helford? http://www.coreyhelfordgallery.com/ https://www.instagram.com/coreyhelfordgallery 9:01-http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-break-bread-think-tank-photos-20160212-photogallery.html https://www.yout...

123 MIN2018 APR 5
Comments
#25 Hijinx PR Answers: What Is Art Management & PR?

#24 How to Run the Art Department from the Gods

EMaca rode some wild waves while Quest Nutrition jumped to the billion dollar company range, as he built one of the world's best art departments. Part of that was hiring Dino Nama, who is now Think Tank Gallery's Art Director. The two reminisce on what it took to operate on such a level, the difference of running smaller and more mobile design agencies, and break down wtf an art department even is. They also have a lot of inside jokes (just warning you). By the end of the episode we discuss what it would take to really build perfection in a design agency or art department. 7:00- Jacob obsesses over this. Srsly read it. He hasn't played Halo in seven years and still obsessed over it.https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/xwqjg3/the-complete-untold-history-of-halo-an-oral-history Also this is the JRE #999 with Quest Nutrition Co-Founder: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-joe-rogan-experience/id360084272?mt=2&i=1000391132970 10:00- Dino explains who Maca is and why they brought h...

141 MIN2018 MAR 29
Comments
#24 How to Run the Art Department from the Gods

#23 Decoding the Artist with Yoshino

EYoshino has been a professional photographer in LA for a long time, and during a rut in his personal life and art practice, he started a podcast to re-inspire himself. That podcast is now one of the bigger arts podcasts in the world, and he has built a career and company out of it. In true Yoshino style, he flips the interview and gets host Jacob Patterson to open up about some personal topics and open relationship beliefs he's never shared in public. 6:03- Are you editing your show yourself, or do you have someone else doing it? 7:05- Jacob talks about interviewing people 8:04- Do you have a starting point when you are getting ready to interview somebody? 9:45- Have you been intimidated to interview anybody? 11:04- Yoshino talks about how much research he does prior to interviewing people 12:26- Check out Yoshino’s podcast Artist Decoded https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/artist-decoded-by-yoshino/id1036675582?mt=2 https://www.instagram.com/artistdecoded http://www.artistdecoded....

114 MIN2018 MAR 21
Comments
#23 Decoding the Artist with Yoshino

#22 BrokeLA's Anna Shumacher: The Corporate Structure of DIY Culture

EcARTel has done many things in the almost-decade that they've been shaping the experiential arts scene in LA. They've hosted fort parties, galaxy art shows with Bill Nye, giant sponsored activations, and been served a cease and desist by Coachella. The latter comes midway through the story of one of the largest and longest running DIY festivals in SoCal, fka Brokechella. Now called BrokeLA, it opens next month and has partnered with Spaceland Presents and the Regent for Anna's first year as the company's CEO. We dive deep into such an evolution, and also nerd tf out on some permitting stuff. This episode is a creative producer's playground. Permitting survey: bit.ly/permitsurvey http://www.wearecartel.org/ http://brokelafest.com/ 11:40 - intro ends/interview begins 12:10 - How did you find your way into permitting? 13:15 - Intro to Anna 13:24 - Did you come from the aesthetic side? 14:10 - Anna talks about cARTel, acting, staging and then combining them together. 15:05 - Visual art ...

153 MIN2018 MAR 14
Comments
#22 BrokeLA's Anna Shumacher: The Corporate Structure of DIY Culture

#21 The Arts' Ever-Changing Cannabis Landscape with Little Face Events

Katie Carita Partlow of Little Face Events has changed the way that Los Angeles perceives cannabis events. Recognized by such now-household names as Weedmaps and Rolling Stone, Katie is the go-to personality in the weed industry to get a finely tuned message across in an artistic way. She's been called the "Best Pot Party in CA" (Rolling Stone) and she has her sights set high on 2018. If you're interested in doing anything artistic with Mary Jane this year, this podcast episode is the place to start. 6:46- Katie Partlow (Little Face Events) https://www.instagram.com http://www.littleface.events/ https://www.instagram.com/littleface_low 5:53- Katie explains what Little Face Events is 7:06- When did you start this? 14:09- Were you doing events before that? 14:32-https://www.instagram.com/alchemyofwaste http://alchemyofwaste.com/ 14:49- Art Share LA https://www.instagram.com/artshare_la https://artsharela.org/abovethestreets/ 15:15- How long have you be in LA? Were you doing events any...

117 MIN2018 MAR 7
Comments
#21 The Arts' Ever-Changing Cannabis Landscape with Little Face Events

#16 Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek: Changing the Economy Through Art

#repost! We took this episode down to make a crucial cut. If you heard it the first time, enjoy it again cuz it's that good! If you missed it, here's your chance to listen to the world's hottest immersive arts company spin gold through their CEO.

88 MIN2018 MAR 7
Comments
#16 Meow Wolf CEO Vince Kadlubek: Changing the Economy Through Art

#20 Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin' – A Love/Hate Letter to Los Angeles

We've mentioned the trip that manifested DS&WC at Think Tank Gallery, the show that brought our gallery back into our old venue, but we haven't discussed the process of putting it on. Hundreds of people were involved in producing this massive arts and events series, and four of them sit down after breakfast to smoke a few bowls and talk about it in this episode. If you came to the show you'll love hearing what went into it, and if you didn't you'll love hearing our host's best friends ruthlessly mocking him for a couple hours. Long one but good one. 5:40- Intro https://www.instagram.com/drinkinsmokinwestcoastin/ https://drinkinsmokinwestcoastin.com 6:08- Dino Art Director of DSWC https://www.instagram.com/nunquamdormio Danny Heidner Experience Designer of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/dannyheidner Andrew Production Lead of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/abars Jacob Bitch of DSWC: https://www.instagram.com/jmjpatterson 8:51- What do you guys recall form that crazy month? 10:19- Di...

166 MIN2018 FEB 28
Comments
#20 Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin' – A Love/Hate Letter to Los Angeles

#19 Think Tank Gallery Lied to You: Deception as Art Medium with Firefly Prod.

EThe last big show that was thrown with the Think Tank was a confusing one, for many reasons. Firefly Productions tricked the Think Tank into producing it, the Think Tank tricked its audience into attending it (#District798), and the actors tricked guests in every way shape and form. By the end, people even thought the weed was fake while they hit it. This show was described as a "mindfuck" by the media, and it encapsulated that word in every way. Whether you caught or missed the show, or caught the show but missed huge chunks of it (we don't blame you), this interview with Steph and Steven of Firefly is a crash course on how to give a viciously original take on priorly used content. Producers will love this episode. Artists will too. Steven Klein and Stephanie Barnes from Firefly https://www.facebook.com/FireflyTheaterFilms?ref=ts https://twitter.com/fireflyinc http://steven-klein.blogspot.com/ 7:31- District 798 http://www.fireflyinc.com/caught/ 8:00- Jacob tells Steven and Steph t...

108 MIN2018 FEB 22
Comments
#19 Think Tank Gallery Lied to You: Deception as Art Medium with Firefly Prod.

#18 Running a Creative, Mystical Ecosystem with "Sleep No More"

ENew York's "Sleep No More" is probably the most successful piece of immersive theatre of all time. But there are thousands of moving parts to this magical machine. Guest Cesar Hawas likes to describe the parts of this creative ecosystem as just that, magic, but there are tons of insights to how an arts company can get such anexpensive building and keep it running and profitable. Cesar talks about the more ethereal parts of Sleep No More (run by the production company Emursive) and all of the inspiration that surrounds it at the McKittrick Hotel in our first remote episode recorded outside of California. 5:55 - Cesar Hawas https://mckittrickhotel.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cesarhawas/ https://twitter.com/heypiece?lang=en http://lebalrevue.com/ 6:01-The Lodge at the Mckittrick Hotel https://mckittrickhotel.com/gallow-green/ 7:34- When and why The Lodge opened 8:50-http://immersivedesignsummit.com/ 10:05- What are the different experiences you can have in the McKittrick Hotel? http...

87 MIN2018 FEB 14
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#18 Running a Creative, Mystical Ecosystem with "Sleep No More"
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