Art, Death & Taxes
Celebrated illustrator, visual artist, and educator Anita Kunz uses a rejected New Yorker cover to examine what artists should consider when pricing their work.
After completing his largest architectural sculpture to date, “Kumbi Saleh 3020 CE,” visionary Lego sculptor Ekow Nimako reflects on the tension between levelling up and staying true to your vision.
Meg Remy, the multi-dimensional musician behind U.S. Girls, reflects on two very different tours: a solo excursion by Greyhound bus and a trek across Europe with a nine-piece band.
In a surprise even to herself, Sanaz Mazinani found herself managing a global supply chain to create her eye-popping lenticular prints. Turns out: pros and cons!
Norah Sadava and Amy Nostbakken, the dynamic duo of devised physical theatre, open up about how they produced their smash hit play “Mouthpiece” - for only $8,000
Meghan McKnight tells the story of her first solo show and discusses the financial risks that she took on to sustain her practice, eventually leading her to file for bankruptcy.
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