TPR Podcast Episode 3 – The Artist as Businessman

My friend Stuart Allen has strong ideas. Art and money can (must!) coexist. The myth of the starving artist does not serve artists or the art world well. Art school is great, but sometimes errs on the side of training art teachers rather than artists. Artists would do well to treat their practice like a small business.

I already admired Stuart’s art – we have a piece of his in our home. But his business sense is also quite admirable!

Stuart Allen

I’m proud of this conversation we had for No Hill For A Climber, my new podcast with Texas Public Radio. You can even listen on Apple podcast and Spotify. And you should absolutely subscribe and rate it and comment and do all the things!

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