The final episode of 2018! Hear stats about the podcast, what’s coming up, and how things will change for 2019. Tamara gives special thanks and wraps up by answering an anonymous question submitted by Priyan, one of our listeners. A rare solo episode. Thanks so much for your support. See you in the New Year!
- ASBX Patreon campaign
- Registration for the Creative Accountability Group beginning Feb. 12, 2019
- Bonus episode 002: Better together. A Creative Accountability Group debrief with Mara and Tamara
- Mara’s most recent blog post: Map Your Dreams
- 042: What does the dance community need? DIDA (Durham Independent Dance Artists) considers challenges and what the future holds
- 050: What’s the context? Dramaturg Alex Ripp unpacks public performance, translation, and arts criticism
- 055: Troubling things in rehearsal. How to handle bullying in creative spaces.
- Respect the Work Infographic
- 044: What I learned from 40 years of not being famous: PART TWO. Respect the Work.
- 053 Ask the Soapbox: Molly’s Question
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ASK THE SOAPBOX: Submit your question and get it answered on the Soapbox. Listeners are invited to submit anonymous questions to the podcast whether creative, personal, professional, or artistic. It’s like a quick version of Dear Abby, Dear Sugar, Ask Polly meets the Soapbox. Today’s featured question comes from Priyan: How do I know which artistic medium is really “me?” I create art in several media, but feel pressure to choose one. How can I determine which medium aligns best with the rest of me?
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