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Best Amanda Mollindo podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Amanda Mollindo podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Have you ever wondered what other artists and designers talk about behind studio doors? Do you ever think about the types of risks, obstacles, and failures creative entrepreneurs encounter before achieving their goal? Have you ever noticed how systems oppression impact creative industries and wondered if there's any way to fix them? Amanda Mollindo and Mina Vargas have been considering those questions, too! And they're sitting down with artists, designers, and creative entrepreneurs who are ...
 
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From launching her own business to battling endometriosis, Charissa Lucille uses creativity to infuse meaning into every aspect of her life. A self-taught photographer, zinester and entrepreneur, Charissa works tirelessly to uplift the voices of others. Between working a full-time job outside of the arts, running Wasted Ink Zine Distro, and organiz…
 
Eunique Yazzie’s journey toward recognizing her value as a designer hasn’t been easy. Growing up on the reservation and facing several layoffs early in her design career taught her how to live off little. So when she was finally ready to launch her own business, she learned that she didn’t know her value the hard way. And although she eventually ma…
 
Melissa Kreider knows first-hand that life doesn’t stop for an MFA program. While working on Remnants, a body of work that examines sites of sexual violence; launching Don’t Smile, a website dedicated to highlighting the work of female photographers; and teaching full-time at the University of Iowa while pursuing her Masters degree; Melissa managed…
 
Being an artist and working in arts admin require very different skill sets, which is why it takes a unique person who can do both. Mina and I had the immense pleasure of speaking Estrella Payton, a creative hat-juggling pro! In this interview, she shares how she found herself on an administrative career track and what it’s like balancing non-stop …
 
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