Starving Artist - art, money, freelancing, and how to live creatively podcast

Starving Artist - art, money, freelancing, and how to live creatively

Honor Eastly

Starving Artist is a podcast about art, money, and how to combine those things. If you’re a creative who’s ever wondered “how the hell do I make this work?!” then this podcast is for you. The show is basically an excuse for host and honesty enthusiast Honor Eastly to ask successful artists really nosy questions about their financial situation, and record the conversation. This is a no-holds-barred exploration of the reality behind the Starving Artist myth, and season one features 12 interviews with some of Australia's most incisive young artists including Frances Cannon, Becky Sui Zhen, Abbey Rich, Wendy Syfret (i-D / VICE) and Steve Roggenbuck. The podcast takes us behind the curtain and into the machine room of contemporary artists, taking on everything from how to make a living from Instagram, how to negotiate a raise in the arts, to how to get out of your private freelancer tax shame.

17 Episodes

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    Ep13: What did we learn?? Negotiation, faking it, and The Ultimate Truth

    27:54

    At the end of 18-months of increased blood, sweat, and tears, Honor Eastly recaps the three big things she's learned from creating Starving Artist. You can help shape the future of Starving Artist by filling out the listener survey. Click here to help us out. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep12: Travelling the World as a YouTube Poet with Steve Roggenbuck

    1:17:44

    Steve Roggenbuck is an American video poet who’s most famous for his youtube videos, which really have to be seen to be believed. They’re feature mostly self-recorded footage of Steve walking through the snow, the desert, a park, his house, a party, and talking / yelling directly to camera. I remember finding his videos in the dead of night, while I was tooling around on my computer, procrastinating from work, and just feeling like I’d been dropped into a confusing, amazing, uplifting, and very weird part of the internet. In this interview we talk about learning to be frugal, Steve’s unshakeable belief in himself, and why you should learn from tech bros about content marketing. Check out the show notes for all the linky goodness for this episode at starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    BONUS: quitting my job, imposter syndrome, and having the same amount of hours as Beyonce

    37:44

    This week we've got a rebroadcast of an episode from the other podcast I make, Being Honest With My Ex, about quitting my job, imposter syndrome, and how you definitely don’t have the same amount of hours in the day as Beyonce. Being Honest With My Ex is basically a weekly personal journal that I’ve been keeping with my ex-fiance for the past two years, and has ended up documenting each of our journeys of trying to make the art + money equation work for ourselves. If Starving Artist is the documentary series on making a living creatively, then Being Honest With My Ex is basically the live stream version. It’s the very up close, very intimate, the ugly-crying account of trying to make it work. Buy tickets to the upcoming Being Honest With My Ex LIVE shows here. You can find the podcast at beinghonestwithmyex.com, and if you're looking for somewhere to start, check out the new listener guide.  Check out the show notes for all the linky goodness for this episode at starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep11: Taking Control Of Your Finances with Sarah Firth

    59:59

    This week we’ve got the second part of the interview I did with Sarah Firth, and this one is some straight up #realtalk about how money works. The first five minutes we talk about maneuvering in your creative career, the next five, Sarah gives me the low down on her best resources for getting in control of your money, and then the following 40 minutes is some down the line truths about financial literacy. Things like how to get interested in money, how to work out how much to charge for your work, how to make a budget, and why you should absolutely definitely look at your finances, even if it means breaking your own heart in the process. Check out the show notes for all the linky goodness for this episode at starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep10: Artistic Integrity Is More Important Than Money with Steaphan Paton

    57:56

    This week we’ve got an interview with contemporary artist Steaphan Paton about artistic integrity, resourcefulness, unpacking your money story, and living on $8,000 a year. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    BONUS: Making Starving Artist - success, social media, and crying on instagram

    31:07

    This week on Starving Artist we've got a bonus episode for you! It’s not a traditional episode where I convince an artist I admire to tell me all their secrets, instead it’s a behind the scenes look at Starving Artist told through a conversation with a good friend of mine, Audrey, who interviewed me for the NAVA: in conversation podcast.  In this interview, we talk about where the idea for Starving Artist came from, my next project - The Big Feels Club, and why I regularly consider studying medicine instead of making art. The NAVA: in conversation podcast is a podcast about the issues and challenges of working in the arts (very on theme), you can find it on iTunes or at their website. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep9: Selling Your First Manuscript with Bri Lee

    34:10

    When I recorded this weeks interview with freelance writer Bri Lee, she had a lotgoing on. She'd just quit her stable law job to become a freelance writer, and in the two months prior had won a fellowship, scored a literary agent, and was in the middle of shopping around her first manuscript to a small pile of publishing houses. I had no damn idea how one goes about selling their first book, but Bri was kind enough to sit down with me and school me on the ins and outs of book advances, asking naive questions, and leveraging interest in your work. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep8: Two Careers and Kids with Becky Sui Zhen

    1:01:11

    In this episode I talk to musician and creative producer Becky Sui Zhen about straddling two careers, and how to make creative career plans around life decisions like Having Children (currently one of my most potent fears). To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep7: Designing Your Creative Life with Sarah Firth

    46:03

    This week we have an interview with Sarah Firth talking about building an approach for your work, which really means building an approach for your life! In this episode we talk about collecting data on yourself, redefining success, and why you shouldn’t pressure yourself to make money from your artwork. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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    Ep6: How To Get Out Of Your Private Freelancer Tax Shame with Jeff Phillips

    57:16

    Last week we had an episode about IDEAS, so this week we’re going to do something more nuts and bolts: TAX. This week features an interview Jeff Phillips. Jeff is an artist, illustrator and tax genius, but he wasn’t always this way. This week he tells us about his private freelancer tax shame, how he got out of it, and why he’s now a complete boss come tax time. To discuss this episode, head over to the Starving Artist Facebook Page (or Instagram or Twitter, or your local dog park) (bork bork) You can stalk Jeff on Instagram, or find more of his work on his website. For the full show notes visit www.starvingartistpodcast.com/listen To support this show on Patreon go to www.patreon.com/honoreastly See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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