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Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at www.TheArtistNextLevel.com

Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at www.TheArtistNextLevel.com
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Inspiring artists to take control of their art career. Hosted by Sergio Gomez, The Artist Next Level Podcasts features interviews with successful artists, art professionals, and provides practical advice to take your art career to the next level. Join us every week to get your dosage of inspiration and check out our resources at www.TheArtistNextLevel.com

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Episodes

My visit to Art Basel Miami Beach 2018

12/13/2018
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Every year, I take time in my schedule to visit Art Basel Miami Beach and many of the other art fairs gather in Miami for that week. Everything from shows, art, people and more, Art Basel is a destination for thousands of people in the art world. In this episode, I chat with art expert Ruth Crnkovich and I share tips to visit Art Basel on a small budget.

Duration:00:24:00

Sarah Opat talks about why artists should have their work written about

12/3/2018
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I spent 25 minutes with artist and writer Sarah Opat talking about writing about art. This is something she is super passionate about. In the episode we discuss why artists should have their work written about and documented in their careers.

Duration:00:22:20

How to find international opportunities for your art

11/29/2018
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In this episode Sergio talks about one strategy to adopt when looking for international opportunities for your art. In 2018, Sergio was subject of four solo museum shows in three different countries. He talks about what it takes and one specific strategy that will help you get outside of your country and into the world.

Duration:00:26:20

Pia Cruzalegui talks about launching Twisted Oyster Film Festival

11/20/2018
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Twisted Oyster is an annual theme-based and socially conscious festival showcasing stories and works of human interest. At the core of the festival lies community engagement and social inclusion with a mission to place a spotlight on stories of human interest across a broad range of social issues, through the curation of films and time-based media artworks. Twisted Oyster is a unique festival in Chicago where film and art intersect in a dual program exhibition. The works created by...

Duration:00:37:49

A conversation about collaborations with Satellite - Chicago

11/15/2018
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In this episode I have a great chat with the brand new art space Satellite - Chicago in the eve of their debut opening their space to the public. This group of four young emerging artists and creatives share their experiences and challenges with collaborating with one another. Satellite Chicago is a co-operatively run artists’ space for performative, interactive and installation-based art. Founded around the thesis that the monoculture of economic rationality does not allow for the...

Duration:00:35:19

How to evaluate your art career and plan for the future

11/7/2018
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November is the perfect time to take a minute to evaluate your art career and start planning for the next year. Often we wait till January to plan ahead. Understanding how you used your time and the results you got will help you strategize for success in the new year. This episode will help you look at the areas of marketing, sales, organization, productivity and wellness.art

Duration:00:31:54

Why sometimes artists need a break

11/1/2018
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Sometimes you need a break from an art project or an activity you may be currently doing. Giving yourself permission to stop is the first step in moving to a happier place.

Duration:00:15:16

National Park Art Residencies with artist Fred Moss

8/2/2018
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Born and raised in the Chicago area Fred Moss was drawing and sketching the world around him from an early age. He grew up visiting the Chicago Art Institute, often admiring the outstanding impressionistic and classical painting collection. He also saw the traveling shows, and was influenced by the master painters and Impressionist shows. He attended the College for Creative Studies after receiving a partial school grant and earned a bachelor’s degree. After graduation he studied with...

Duration:00:37:17

Katherine Macnaughton & Ashley Werhun take mentorship to the next level (Mentorly.co)

4/30/2018
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Mentorly was Co-founded by artist-entrepreneurs, Ashley Werhun, professional dancer formerly with Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal and Katherine Macnaughton, Filmmaker and Co-founder of Bis Films. Both are working artists with 20 years combined professional experience. Mentorly is the first online arts mentorship platform providing accessible and engaging opportunities to connect with emerging and professional artists from around the world. their mission is to empower artists by fostering...

Duration:00:44:03

Dr. Elaine M. Schmidt talks about collecting and curating

4/16/2018
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Dr. Elaine Melotti Schmidt spent her work career facilitating the education of younger students. As teacher and administrator she was involved in creating learning environments for students with special learning needs. Elaine is now spending her time and energy on a number of other projects she holds close to her heart. She lives with her husband, Steven Alan Bennett, in San Antonio, Texas. She and Steven are art collectors who specialize in realist paintings of women by women artists....

Duration:00:40:59

Artist Doug Frohman and his curatorial project Vitality Rising

4/3/2018
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Doug Frohman is a contemporary artist working in Chicago. His explorations into painting draw upon minimalist, color-field and architectural influences. Painted primarily in oil and encaustic with a cement trowel, he delivers a richly, sophisticated palette on wood panels. Mr. Frohman's work has been collected and exhibited widely across the US, including at the Trump International Hotel & Tower in Chicago, Eaton Center, Cleveland, OH and the Library of Congress, Washington DC. Doug is...

Duration:00:39:40

Artist Claire Becker and the reconciliaion of spirit and material

3/26/2018
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Claire Becker, born in Paris, France, grew up in Strasbourg where she studied art, literature, music, theater and dance. At 22, she left France to cross the Atlantic Ocean to Washington DC, and never returned, except to visit and present exhibitions. She has lived in the United States, a short time in Tokyo in Japan, and presently lives and works in Mexico City. She dedicated 10 years to dance, and has been a sculptor for the past 20 years. Her camera accompanied her in all of her...

Duration:00:46:50

When should I make an Exhibition Proposal? Breakfast with Sergio

2/27/2018
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Introducing Breakfast with Sergio. A live video show on social media covering art topics artists need to know about to grow their art career. Listen to episode one in today's podcast.

Duration:00:13:51

135 Artist Darryll Schiff takes the camera well beyond its conventions

2/5/2018
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Within a few short years, following his decision to focus solely on his fine art career, Darryll Schiff became an internationally recognized artist. His work appears in the collections of many private collectors and in leading museums, such as the Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Norton Simon Museum in California. Darryll takes the camera well beyond its conventions. He is unique in the poetic and painterly results you see in his art. Darryll...

Duration:00:35:19

134 Art, dance and inspiration with choreographer Laura Thurston

1/27/2018
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Laura is also thrilled to share her artistic visions as a choreographer with Still Inspired(?). She independently co-produces Still Inspired(?) and is honored to produce the show’s fourth installment in the beautiful City of Chicago, where she can share artistic visions with other dance and visual creators AND provide opportunities to artists and dancers alike through this incredible project. It is a dream come true!

Duration:00:30:46

133 Identity and personhood in the hands of Alejandra Zermeño

1/9/2018
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Alejandra Zermeño conducts studies in Visual Arts Degree with an average position in the High Academic Performance Program at the Academy of San Carlos, UNAM. From 2006 to 2008 she completes her Master studies with honors in the same Institution. Zermeño´s interests have been since her beginners, the human body exploration. Her prolific art production has been present in more than 50 collective exhibitions and National and International Biennale, which include: Latin Views Biennale,...

Duration:00:42:57

132 Countdown to the top 5 most downloaded episodes of 2017

12/28/2017
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Check out the top 5 most dowloaded episodes of 2017 and find out why they were at the top of the charts. Thanks for an amazing 2017!

Duration:00:13:38

131 Five skills every artist needs to succeed in 2018

12/19/2017
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The skills you need to succeed in 2018 are probably very different from those you needed say 20 years ago. Yet, there are skills such as the ability to work with others that still remain as important regardless of time. I consider the skills I share in this episode essential in the context of today. If you don't think you have these skills or you think you need to get better at any of them, I give you resources to follow.

Duration:00:22:43

130 Publishing and promoting artists in the digital age with Didi Menendez

12/13/2017
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Didi Menendez (Cuban born) is the creator and publisher of PoetsArtists. She has been curating group exhibitions since 2013 mostly with Sergio Gomez at the Zhou B Art Center. In 2018 she has several group exhibitions planned including WTF at Art Palm Beach International, Visions of Venus/Venus’ Visions curated by Dr. Elaine Melotti Schmidt, Painting The Figure Now curated by Walt Morton, Chronicles of a Future Foretold curated by Dr. Samuel Peralta, The Human Condition curated by Steven...

Duration:00:49:12

128 What is the process to trademark your name?

12/8/2017
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In this mini-podcast, creative attorney Patrice Perkins talks about the process to trademark your art work.

Duration:00:04:27