I chatted with John about how he evolved into a funny-yet-incisive political commentator after a childhood suffused with religion and liberal thought.
Peri and Eph have a fantastic chat with Ebony about how she created a showcase for Black performers in Albuquerque, and how she balances the many different identities — poet, organizer, marketing pro, auntie-mom, holder of the mic — that make her who she is.
The most important detail for you to be clear about is who is in the audience. How much did they pay to get into the event? Say, for an art competition, who are the participants: adults from a local correctional facility or high school students? You’ll want to cater your talk to their perspective.
Mainly what I’d say to my friend is this: Imagine a world where there is a free beer tap on every corner. If you want to make a living selling beer, how can you succeed? One inescapable part of the answer, it seems to me, is that you end up giving away a LOT of beer.
I’ll be honest, the simple act of listing what we’ve accomplished makes me feel pretty great and makes me excited to contemplate what we’ll achieve in the coming year and years beyond that. Because, to continue being honest, I feel a palpable feeling of overwhelm.
The info and agreement template in this Licensing Kit—free for PyraPASS members—is aimed at helping filmmakers and musicians execute an agreement for a song to be included in a film or video.
We talked with folks from arts incubator KIIC and microlender The Loan Fund about the resources they offer to creatives of all kinds—not just dancers.
On the eve of the 13th annual SWGLFF, Roberto joins us in the Pyragraph Studio for our first Self-Employed Happy Hour of the Fall 2015 season!
The library of experiences catalogued here is really becoming an awesome thing. It’s super exciting to see Pyragraph grow into the rich resource it is.
Comedy lovers in Albuquerque may know him as their favorite and funniest baby in diapers, but Rusty Rutherford has a few other acts up his sleeve.