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Making Ways

Jan 12, 2018

Fine artist Robert Minervini joins Making Ways podcast to discuss his path to becoming a professional artist. Robert's work has been exhibited nationally and examines utopia-inspired landscapes, cityscapes, and still-life. In this episode, you'll learn more about what it's really like to make a life as an artist, the...


Jan 5, 2018

On today's show, fine artist, sculptor, and art educator Rachelle Reichert talks about her path to life as an artist. Rachelle discusses the curiosities that drove her to experiment with salt as a medium for sculpture and the research and creative work she does to bring together art and ecology. All this month, we are...


Dec 18, 2017

Julie Cloutier hails from Quebec, but has long called California home. After spending close to a decade working for small architectural firms in San Francisco, she grew restless. It wasn't until a round of layoffs finally instigated a giant sea change in her career. Julie followed an interest in ceramics to classes on...


Dec 8, 2017

Iso Rabins first discovered his love of foraged foods after sourcing and then selling mushrooms out of his car to restaurant owners across San Francisco. Fast-forward to today and Iso has built a business around food education and cultivating entrepreneurship. He runs the restaurant incubator Forage Kitchen, hosts...


Dec 1, 2017

On this episode of Making Ways, fine artist, illustrator, teacher, and writer Veronica De Jesus discusses her path to life as an independent artist. Veronica shares the story of her harrowing upbringing on the road, recounts the moment in college when her inner artist was awakened, and how her acclaimed Memorial...