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Create Art Podcast

Timothy Kimo Brien

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A podcast for those just discovering their creative voice. Conversations, interviews, and projects to give words and definition to the elusive muse.
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#42 in the Top 100 Indie Performing Arts All time chart

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Christopher Sims discusses his journey from rapper to activist

Christopher "Universoulove" Sims talks with CAP about his journey from being inspired by the first and second generation of rappers, his approach to performance poetry vs slam poetry to the last 5 years of political performance poetry.

Topics Discussed
  • Christopher's initial inspiration
  • Time with Poetic Justice League of America
  • Influence of Saul Williams on his work and performance
  • Performance Poetry vs Slam Poetry
  • 5 Years of writing political pieces
  • Next projects, books, possible Poet Laureate appointment
Need some inspiration?

Make sure you check out our Poetry Page to be inspired by #NaPoWriMo throughout the year. National Poetry Writing Month occurs in April Each year. Check it out and connect with others who share a love of poetry.

Overview of Today's Episode

Discussion with Christopher Sims on how he became an activist through poetry. Find out how you can also use your discipline to create political/protest art.

Create Art Podcast Misson

Welcome friend to Create Art Podcast. Our goal is to help you create more than you consume. We have interviews, conversations, commentary, and projects to energize your creative side. You can create art, let my over 20 years of art experience in various fields help you break loose from the internal critic that plagues us all.

Thank you for listening to Create Art Podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly my email is timothy@createartpodcast.com you can also join our FB Group, Instagram, or Twitter accounts. Create More Thank You Consume. Let us know about your projects and be a guest on the show.

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York Campbell from Poetic Earthlings talks with CAP

York Campbell with Poetic Earthlings Podcast has been creating his own audio drama tinged with SciFi and Psychology for years. Dave Jackson from Podcast Rodeo has praised the production value. I discovered Poetic Earthlings through twitter when York reached out to me and let me know he appreciated KDOI Podcasting ( my previous show) and now he has made the transition listening to Create Art Podcast. York uses poetry and storytelling to create one of the most immersive soundscapes in audio drama. Enjoy this episode and share it with a friend.

Topics Discussed

  • How to keep Creativity Fresh in a Pandemic
  • Description and goals of Poetic Earthlings
  • Writing for a Podcast vs writing for pleasure
  • How Podcasting influenced his writing style
  • How Art impacts his job
  • What is next for Season 2

Create Art Podcast Mission

Welcome friend to Create Art Podcast. Our goal is to help you create more than you consume. We have interviews, conversations, commentary, and projects to energize your creative side. You can create art, let my over 20 years of art experience in various fields help you break loose from the internal critic that plagues us all.

Need some inspiration?

Make sure you check out our Poetry Page to be inspired by #NaPoWriMo throughout the year. National Poetry Writing Month occurs in April Each year. Check it out and connect with others who share a love of poetry.

Quick Overview of today's episode

Discussion with York Campbell of Poetic Earthlings Podcast on how to maintain your creativity through a Pandemic. Be encouraged to continue your discipline.

Thank you for listening to Create Art Podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly my email is timothy@createartpodcast.com you can also join our FB Group, Instagram, or Twitter accounts. Create More Thank You Consume. Let us know about your projects and be a guest on the show.

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KDOI rebroadcast of an interview with Mike Porter

Hello friend, this is Timothy Kimo Brien your head instigator at Create Art Podcast where I bring my 20 years in art and education to help you tame your inner critic and create more than you consume. In 2021 I am rebroadcasting my former podcast KDOI Podcast here so you can catch up on what we have been doing for the past 4 years. KDOI Podcast was my first serious attempt at podcasting after spending many years just creating content without regard to the final product. KDOI started in 2016 and had 3 seasons until I closed it down in 2019. I wanted to make sure that these gems didn't get relegated to my external hard drives, so here you go, there will be interviews, commentary, and projects that you can do for yourself. Enjoy these rebroadcasts and Create More Than You Consume.

Comic Books As Art

In this interview, I talk with Mike Porter, formerly of Little Fish Comic Books in his shop. I had just recovered from neck surgery so my voice is still gravely in this episode. We discuss his thoughts on art and what it means to be an artist. We also dive into his exploits in the comic book world and future projects he would like to accomplish. This was a bitter-sweet interview in that he was closing his shop. He reopened it a few months later at another shop but then decided to close the shop again. This just goes to show you that we all need support in our art.

Reaching Out

To reach out to me, email timothy@createartpodcast.com I would love to hear about your journey and what you are working on. If you would like to be on the show or have me discuss a topic that is giving you trouble write in and lets start that conversation.

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Introduction to Experimentation

Hi there friend, this is Timothy Kimo Brien, your head instigator for Create Art Podcast where I take my 20-plus years of experience in the arts and education world and help you tame your inner critic and create more than you consume. Are you paralyzed with fear about trying something new or learning a new technique for your artistic discipline? Worried that you will fail miserably and lose the audience you have worked so hard to build? Are you just simply afraid of the unknown? Today I am going to talk with you about the necessity of experimentation and not only will I talk with you about that, but I have a guest who can attest to using experimentation to help his work.

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Getting In Touch With The Show

To reach out to me, email timothy@createartpodcast.com I would love to hear about your journey and what you are working on. If you would like to be on the show or have me discuss a topic that is giving you trouble write in and let's start that conversation.

Special Request

If you received some new insight or idea from this episode please share it with a friend that may have the same issues. Also, let me know what would make this episode a 5-star episode in your opinion. I want to make the content something that you find value in and would pass along to others. When we share resources like this we all win, we all get our work out to our audiences and create networks that will stand the test of time.

Special Note

One last thing I want to leave you with is an important issue for many of the listeners of this podcast and that is individual liberty.

While Americans overwhelmingly support the right of an individual to make their own decisions about abortion, unfortunately, that right is no longer protected everywhere in the U.S.

I want to take a moment to address the June 24th Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe versus Wade. This decision stripped away the legal right to have a safe and legal abortion.

Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health and independence of all Americans. This decision could also lead to the loss of other rights.

To learn more about what you can do to help, go to podvoices.help

I encourage you to speak up, take care, and spread the word.

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Welcome Friends,

Today we will be talking about Talent. In this episode, I am talking with my previous boss Brandon Larson who is a logistics guy and a woodworker. Our overall conversation deals with talent between the generations and his management techniques to get the best out of his team. We discuss :

  • How Baby Boomers are aging out, Gen Xer's are taking over and Millenials are filling in the gap behind
  • Millennials have many ways to gain experience besides just working a job, Youtube, 500 cable channels, internet resources
  • Brandon's approach to managing different generations
  • How he learned how to do woodworking by watching YouTube channels and getting plans through Pinterest
  • How due to making more objects and furniture he was able to increase his talent, learn by doing method
  • He reads a lot of online resources on management as an art form and gets to practice that on the job
  • How he uses mentorship to fill in his experience gaps
  • Starting a new talent, go with cheaper materials so that it costs less and the cost of failure is low and not a detriment
  • How he brings each individual's skills in the workplace to make a more cohesive tea

Forbes article discussed

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2018/11/08/the-rise-of-the-millennial-and-why-theyre-changing-work-for-the-better/#1d0b7e995e12

Below are examples of Brandon's work

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Welcome friends to create art podcast. I'm Timothy Kimo, Brian, an artist, podcaster, and teacher with over 20 years of experience in multiple artistic disciplines and I'm here to help you tame your inner critic and spark your creativity to live a more fulfilling life. Here you're going to find conversations, interviews, commentary, and projects that will help you to discover your voice. Today we're talking about self-care and how that can help you overcoming burnout, sparking fresh ideas, and keeping you invested in your chosen interest.

Articles discussed in this episode are :

Simon Gottschalk To Be More Creative, Embrace the Art of Doing Nothing

In a hypermodern society propelled by the twin engines of acceleration and excess, doing nothing is equated with waste, laziness, lack of ambition, boredom, or “down” time.

But this betrays a rather instrumental grasp of human existence

Thomas Oppong For A More Creative Brain, Take Breaks on Purpose

Your brain needs downtime to remain creative and generate its most innovative ideas.

A growing body of evidence shows that taking regular breaks from mental tasks improves creativity and that skipping breaks can lead to stress, exhaustion, and creative block.

Shane Mehling Creative Breaks, Why You Should Take One Immediately

Sometimes we get so caught up in trying to finish something, or trying to start it, that we end up spending a few anguished moments of our day before we get frustrated and then kick the can down the line, the task always on our mind, weighing us down and pretty much keeping a little black cloud over us. Not only do we not finish our project but we also constantly feel bad about ourselves for being so lazy/uncreative/dumb.

So maybe it’s time to take a vacation.

Strategies discussed:

  • Set time aside to do nothing
  • Turn off phones, computers, tablets any distractions
  • Set up a meditation area
  • Take a walk
  • Use a journal to track your journey
  • Take a hot bath

Thank you for listening to Create Art Podcast. Feel free to reach out to me directly my email is timothy@createartpodcast.com you can also join our FB Group, Instagram, or Twitter accounts. Create More Thank You Consume. Let us know about your projects and be a guest on the show.

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Thank you for catching this episode of Create Art Podcast. This is Timothy Kimo Brian, your head instigator at Create Art Podcast, where I have over 20 years of experience in the arts from multiple disciplines. My passion is to teach others how to unlock their creativity and experience the joy that art can give each and every one of us. We are going to be talking about how creativity into your workplace and possibly rise the corporate ladder or be inspired to start your own business. We are using two articles to get our point across today. first up is Erik Wahl from his All Business article The Importance of creativity in the workplace. He discusses how creativity and problem-solving are interlocked and require the same skills. The 4 major points he discusses are Fluency, Flexibility, Elaboration, and Originality.

https://www.allbusiness.com/the-importance-of-creativity-in-the-workplace-24566-1.html

Michael Schneider, in Ink magazine, published an article discussing how taking three steps a manager can make a more creative workplace. His three main points are

Encourage risk-taking. Increase connection and collaboration. Create a shared vision, but allow employees to pursue it autonomously.

https://www.inc.com/michael-schneider/leaders-who-inspire-creativity-build-these-3-values-into-their-teams-culture.html

Thank you for listening, please feel free to reach out to us at our website www.createartpodcast.com

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Hello friend,

Today we have a special treat in store for you. This is part 2 of a conversation I had with Joel Ciaccio of The Hack Sessions Podcast and you can reach him on IG @the_hack_poet where he discusses poetry with other poets and does magnificent deep dives. For part 1 of this conversation go to his podcast and tune in. If you are coming over from The Hack Sessions, welcome, we will be finishing up our conversation in this episode and as you already know it is an enjoyable one. For my fans, dive in and make sure you head over to Joel's site for in-depth interviews with some amazing poets.

So why T.S.Elliot? Well, he was the first poet that inspired me to write. I have been writing poetry since 1988 and have self-published 4 books of poetry and have hosted numerous open mics from Rockford Illinois to Phoenix Az and Richmond Virginia. I have also branched out to music, theater, painting, and podcasting because of my love and devotion to the arts. Joel is also an accomplished Poet and runs a very good IGTV program where he has his viewers submit poetry to him and he reads it on his feed.

In this part of the episode, we discuss the hardships TS Elliot faced, how some people view him today through a #metoo lens and how others stand on our shoulders as we stand on the shoulders of those who came before us. Sit back listen and learn about TS Elliot, let me know what your favorite poem by TS Elliot and lets get the conversation rolling with you.

Thank you for listening to Create Art Podcast. We welcome you to the conversation, reach out to us via our website

www.createartpodcast.com

email: timothy@createartpodcast.com

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