Artist Soapbox is a platform for original scripted audio fiction and an opportunity for artists to discuss their creative work in their own voices. We do this through our interview podcast, our blog, and original audio dramas.
Artist Soapbox is an anti-racist organization. We believe Black Lives Matter. In addition, as an audio production company, ASBX has signed the Equality in Audio Pact on Broccoli Content.
Artist Soapbox is more than just an interview podcast.
We lead writers groups, accountability support, events, and workshops. We create and produce audio dramas too! Listen to the Master Builder, The New Colossus Audio Drama, Declaration of Love, and ASBX Shorts. Stay tuned to hear about more projects written by the Soapbox Audio Collective Writers’ Group.
Artist Soapbox is about Empowerment & Connection.
Artist Soapbox was founded on the belief that if we (humans/artists) talk with each other, and if we LISTEN to each other, then we’ll make better art. We’ll form a stronger community. We’ll feel more empowered and less alone.
Artist Soapbox goes deep into the creative process.
On Artist Soapbox podcast, artists in the Triangle are invited to put words around their creative journeys and processes.
Artist Soapbox explores all artistic mediums.
We believe we can learn from all artists. Artist Soapbox is open to the full spectrum of art-makers and has interviewed creatives in theatre, dance, visual, literary, craft, administration, film making, photography, music, design and more.
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170: ASBX End of Season Wrap UP
It’s Tamara here with a season 2022 wrap-up. In this short little episode, you’ll hear a hodgepodge of season-related thoughts and recap, some numbers, what’s next for Artist Soapbox, recommendations, etc. It’s a little formless jumble of gratitude in audio form! Mentioned in this episode: ASBX Live Madame Magenta: Sonos Mystica Midnight Burger Allison Kirkland …
169: Listening to creative discomfort with singer/songwriter, Brian Perry
If you are seeking encouragement, wisdom, and positivity, then this episode delivers! Brian Perry is a singer/songwriter, clarity coach, copywriter, author, speaker, and amazing person. Enjoy his conversation with host, Juliana Finch, about navigating the creative process, finding joy, and measuring success. *** BRIAN PERRY: Singer/Songwriter, Clarity Coach, Copywriter, Author, and Speaker (and that guy …
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168: Chinese Girl Wants Vote: Trailblazer Mabel Lee: an audio play for young audiences
How about a special summer treat? This episode is a short audio play for middle-school kids created by the Curious Theatre Collective. *** Founded in 2016, Curious Theatre Collective creates original, interdisciplinary educational theater programming that inspires audiences to follow their curiosity, persevere through challenges, and believe in the power of their imagination. Curious Theatre Collective is excited to …
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167: Incorporating anti-racist practices into writing workshops and joyful creation with writer, Isabel O’Hara Walsh
Isabel O’Hara Walsh leads writing workshops through the Redbud Writing Project. Redbud offers classes virtually and around the Triangle on topics like Writing the Novel, Experimental Fiction, and one that Isabel and I talk about, Joyful Creation – how to get your writing juices flowing when staring at that blank page. Isabel shares about their …
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166: Depth of Experience with singer-songwriter, Jess Klein
It’s Juliana Finch and Jess Klein! Jess Klein is an incredible songwriter-singer-performer, who has toured the world with her unbelievable music. She’s been in the game long enough to know that creative cycles are normal and natural, and she approaches her process with a kind of ease that can inspire us all. Jess just finished …
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165: Creating New Work with Mental Health in Mind with playwright, Aysia Slade
Griffin James speaks with theatre-maker and law student, Aysia Slade about her original play STATIC, creating art without causing harm to the artist, her writing process, Black theater and more. Aysia is a multi-talented artist who has such a thoughtful and nuanced approach to creating new work in theater. Enjoy this episode! BIO: Aysia Slade …
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164: Care of Community and Company with Jeff A.R. Jones, certified intimacy director
This conversation is teeming with content, strategies, and tips, so prepare to take notes! Jeff A.R. Jones and Lormarev Jones discuss the concept of care of Community and Company through the lens of Intimacy Direction, a growing field in both the theatre and film//television industries. BIO: Jeff A.R. Jones has staged fights and/or intimacy for …
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163: Book Magic with poet and educator, Zoe Tuck
Mara Thomas got to know poet and educator Zoe Tuck through the School of the Alternative in Black Mountain, North Carolina where Zoe taught a class called “Book Magic.” “Book Magic” started from the premise that there is a grain of truth to the magic we remember from children’s books and other fantastical literature. And …
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162: Prioritizing creativity and accountability with author, Kayla Cagan
Writers, take note! Author Kayla Cagan gives insight into her writing process (including the publishing phase), as well as navigating writer’s block with really practical ways to overcome it. Guest host, Juliana Finch, and Kayla provide resources and places to start when writing doesn’t feel great or accessible BIO: Kayla Cagan (she/her) is the Young …
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161: Creative Collaboration and Connection with Rachel Klem, director and educator
Creating collaboratively! Making original work in new ways! It’s all in this conversation between Griffin James and Rachel Klem. They discuss several of Rachel’s original shows, her creative process, working with collaborators, and more in this episode. Rachel’s Website: https://www.rachelklemtheatre.com/ Argo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPjfmXdLM4E BIO: Rachel Klem (she/her) has been a theatre artist in the Durham/ Chapel Hill/ Raleigh area …
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