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Best Grace Bonney podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Grace Bonney podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Good Company (@goodcompanyzine) is a weekly podcast about the intersection of creativity and business. Good Company provides motivation, inspiration, practical advice, and a vital sense of connection and community for creatives at every stage of life. Each episode of Good Company will focus on honest, open conversations about the ups and downs of creative life. (Theme song by Lame Drivers http://lamedrivers.com/)
 
Wednesdays at 1:00PM EST The theme song for After the Jump is "Bell" by Screaming Females Design blogger Grace Bonney of Design\*Sponge takes her love art and design from the web to radio. Through a series of interviews with designers, store owners and up-and-coming members of the creative community, Grace will delve deeper into the world of independent artists. From exploring the day-to-day lives of contemporary makers to discussing the challenges they face, After the Jump will take the con ...
 
This city, your perspective: A Creative DC uses new media to celebrate + promote DC's emerging, established, and diverse creative community and creative economy. With over a million perspectives in the #aCreativeDC feed to dive into, Direct Message is a look at the ins and outs of creative life in Washington, DC, hosted weekly by A Creative DC founder Morgan H. West. This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
 
Roadblocks, influences, lessons learned, and rules to live by are the meat of Inside Quest. Our goal is to arm the audience with the tools they need to discover and WALK their own path to success. Inside Quest brings together the conversational enthusiasm of a podcast with the intention and structure of a Charlie Rose-style talk show. Please follow us across our various social media platforms below and we'll see you every Friday!
 
Monica Lee is the founder and host of Smart Creative Women, a web television show designed to help women learn, grow, and get inspired. Launched in 2011, Smart Creative Women highlights creative entrepreneurs and business owners within a variety of industries, all who share personal and professional advice as it relates to starting and building a brand. Monica Lee speaks to guests via entertaining (and caffeine infused) interviews, as viewers gain valuable information on how to harness creat ...
 
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We're diving into the prokects and events on our #aCreativeDC radar, right this moment. Listen in for an artist to follow (@ebonystillpaints), a networking event (Think Local First's Builder Dinner), and Dine Diaspora's annual list of 31 Black Women in Food, AKA a little something to celebrate during Women's History Month.…
 
Holley Simmons and Kathryn Zaremba are co-founders of The Lemon Collective, a workshop space in D.C. where the city’s creative and curious gather to teach and learn new skills. Listen in as Holley & Kathryn discuss their own work alongside all that's going on (and coming up) at the Lemon Collective.By Full Service Radio
 
LIVE Audience Q&A from the Good Company Panel Event in Minneapolis with Ann Kim, Meg Lewis, Safy-Hallan Farah and Martha McQuade Thank you to Magers & Quinn for hosting our event! You can visit Safy-Hallan Farah online here.You can visit Ann Kim online here.You can visit Martha McQuade online here.You can visit Meg Lewis online here. Visit Good Com…
 
LIVE from the Good Company Panel Event in Minneapolis: Finding Your Path + Facing Imposter Syndrome with Ann Kim, Meg Lewis, Safy-Hallan Farah and Martha McQuade Thank you to Magers & Quinn for hosting our event! You can visit Safy-Hallan Farah online here.You can visit Ann Kim online here.You can visit Martha McQuade online here.You can visit Meg …
 
Change Makers Tavi Gevinson of Rookie, Nora Gomez-Strauss of Public Art Fund and Jen Tolentino of Rock the Vote discuss how they use their platforms and work to affect check. LIVE from the 2018 Issuu Generators Summit You can visit Issuu online here.You can visit Tavi online here.You can visit Nora online here. You can visit Jen online here. Visit …
 
LIVE from our San Francisco launch party at Books Inc, Shakirah Simley, Reem Assil, Windy Chien and Esmé Weijun Wang talk about imposter syndrome, building community, overcoming fear and giving yourself time to feel and learn from failure. Thank you to Books Inc for hosting our event! You can visit Shakirah online here.You can visit Reem online her…
 
LIVE from our Seattle launch party at The Riveter, local entrepreneurs Shaun Ahern, Erika Dalya Massaquoi and Davora Lindner talk about ageism, comparison and turning fear into creative fuel. We discuss fear, failure, learning to let go as you get older, the importance of listening to your gut and how to know when to walk away from a business or cr…
 
Musician, Artist and Activist Kathleen Hanna talks about the similarities between music and interior design (two of her loves), the importance of listening as much as speaking up, and how she's learned to give herself boundaries, time and space for creative work. Visit Kathleen online at her website or on social media. And be sure to check out and …
 
Amélie Lamont and Timothy Goodman discuss People of Craft, their online database showcasing creatives of color. We talk about how they met, the difference between diversity and inclusion, why the world needs more advocates (rather than allies) and why all design is inherently political. Visit People of Craft online here. Visit Amélie Lamont online …
 
Rosalie Ferris is Pattern Sample Sew: offering technical design and production services to designers of sewn garments and accessories, with pride in our quality workmanship, attention to detail and good honest service. We're digging into her career and entreprenurial path in this episode of DIRECT MESSAGE with A Creative DC.…
 
Illustrator and owner of the eponymous size-inclusion fashion brand, Tuesday Bassen, talks about learning to become her own boss and being an effective leader. She talks about growing up in Nebraska in a family of entrepreneurs, the ups and downs of social media, and learning to speak up for what she believes in. Visit Tuesday at her website, onlin…
 
Designer Orlando Soria discusses his path to design, how a community of creative friends in the entertainment industry helps keep him supported and how he manages to keep an honest and transparent voice online despite the pressure to be "perfect". Visit Orlando at his website here, his social media here and pick up his book, Get it Together, here. …
 
After the Jump host Grace Bonney is back with a special announcement about her new podcast, Good Company, and details about the new season. If you love conversations about creative life and honest talk about what it's really like to run a creative business or be a working artist, tune in and subscribe for weekly discussions with some of the most in…
 
Tenbeete Solomon is TRAP BOB, an artist and illustrator (and more), creating art and experiences in the DMV. From her nationally visible partnerships with Broccoli City and Amplifier Art to creating space with DC's GIRLAAA collective, this episode of DIRECT MESSAGE with A Creative DC proves that it's a TRAP BOB world (and we're all just living in i…
 
Designer Nicole Gibbons discusses launching her new paint startup, Clare, and the myth of overnight success. She shares her journey from studying communications and PR to working at Interscope Records to eventually starting her own design studio. Having raising 2 million dollars in capital, Nicole discusses what it's like to be a female startup fou…
 
Graphic designer, artist and author, Adam Kurtz (Adam JK), discusses the importance of transparency in life and work, why we should embrace tough times in order to appreciate good ones, and why the internet's ability to connect people gives him hope for the world. Visit Adam JK at his website, shop, or on social media @adamjk. You can listen to his…
 
Artist and designer Loveis Wise discusses the importance of setting intentions in work and life, how to resist the urge to see colleague as competition, and the importance of representation in artwork. She shares the story behind her historic New Yorker cover and how that project came to life (and almost didn't happen) only three months after her c…
 
Artist, designer, author and speaker Justina Blakeney discusses radical transparency online, the difference between perceived success and reality and the importance of diversity in design. She shares her story from studying world cultures in school to her first boutique in Italy to starting a thriving design empire in Los Angeles. Visit Justina onl…
 
Designer Genevieve Gorder discusses career longevity and reinvention with Grace Bonney. Genevieve talks about how she got her start on Trading Spaces over 15 years ago and how she's transformed as an artist and business woman. Visit Genevieve online at genevievegorder.com and instagram.com/genevievegorder Visit Good Company Magazine and find a copy…
 
Meet the women running the Femme Fatale DC Pop Up: the District's womyn-only collective of local womyn creatives & entrepreneurs, with the goal of fostering and sustaining our local community of womyn who support one another's creative & business endeavors. The Femme Fatale DC Pop-UP Shop is located at 4620 Wisconsin Ave NW, and features 70+ vendor…
 
Sun Shine is a magical pop-up marketplace entirely by black women artists, makers, and vendors, because "every new season is another chance to celebrate our community’s incredible power to always renew itself." Taking place this weekend on the Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market, this episode of DIRECT MESSAGE with A Creative DC dives into it with th…
 
Carl Maynard is founder of Walk With Locals, a community photo walk with a tag line of "know your city. know your neighbors." With attendance in the hundreds. Walk With Locals has a mission of supporting and exploring place through creative community, local businesses, and new media. This episode of DIRECT MESSAGE covers how Walk With Locals came t…
 
A Creative DC goes global this week with a zoomed out take on creative community: Design Sponge founder Grace Bonney is in studio to talk about Good Company Issue 1. A continuation of the NYTimes best selling book, In The Company of Women, Good Company shares narrative and perspective on creative careers, with a focus on sharing perspective from di…
 
Dian Holton is a woman of MANY projects: An active member of AIGA DC,her Daily Digits series just hit 1000, her limited edition sneaker capsule collection is out THIS WEEK, and upcoming collaborations include a partnership with the Chicago Design Museum. This episode of DIRECT MESSAGE dives into the how and what of Dian's creative Washington, DC.…
 
Nina O'Neil is founder of Monochrome Collective, which matches collectors & art. Her aim is to create focused, style driven, visual experiences in personal surroundings. Nina scores a 2 on the Farnsworth-Munsell 100 Hue Test, is an experienced Milliner, and has been an international art courier, which makes her, quite obviously, a great podcast gue…
 
Curry Hackett is a transdisciplinary designer and man of many projects: this episode of Direct Message dives into his experience at the intersection of design and local gov, his take on DC style, and how he spends his time in this city (hint: it involves living above a vintage clothing shop, and has zero to do with re-branded neighborhoods. This is…
 
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