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Author: Luis Martin

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Studio Confessions is the brainchild of Luis Martin / The Art Engineer. The artist uses the podcast to share his firsthand experiences of being an emerging artist and sharing a POC’s POV. With over twenty years experience as an artist, curator and museum educator, Martín leverages his curiosity, ambition and pop psych wit to deliver biweekly conversations and monologues you’ll want to listen in on.
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Artists: On Your Marks

Artists: On Your Marks

2020-01-2100:17:28

Pre-Order: "Making an Art of Podcasting... a how to"Get your copy of my first e-book on Amazon here now. Podcast Movement EvolutionFebruary 12- 15, 2020Los Angeles Artists:Silverio Castillo @pvssy.pow3rMaluma @maluma Book“Conversations with God” Neale Donald Walsch“Against Creativity” Oli Mould
It’s a new year, do you feel the weight of 2020? Don’t fret! I got you. Listen in as I preach from the studio about the iceberg that is the New Year Resolution and give the old “vision board” a new spin. 2020 feels as significant as 1999 did to me, with out the awesome dance song though. Don’t stay in the same cycle for another year, or another decade. Step into the AWESOME with me on this episode of Studio Confessions.
My favorite Christmas movies: Auntie MameLe Notti di Carbiria Rosemary's Baby  See pictures from my trip to the Metropolitan Museum of art here on the Studio Confessions website.
Follow Studio Confessions on Instagram at @stuconpodcast Follow Luis Martin/ The Art Engineer on Instagram @artengineerGet in touch by email: martin@luismartinart.com Get your copy of the book at your local bookshop or order it from Thriftbooks here: Bad Boy by Eric Fischl and Michael Stone  
The Boxer: George Spencer

The Boxer: George Spencer

2019-12-1000:37:03

Let’s meet George Spencer, an artists and instagram stranger. I saw his work on a lamp post in Brooklyn and when I shared it on instagram it got a lot of positive responses and someone even identified him! His arresting “Boxer” series are painting imbued with mystery and power. Listen in as he talks about growing up in New York in the 80’s, dropping out of school and becoming an artist.Follow George Spencer on instagram @greatboxersGet your boxer painting on etsy hereLook for George Spencer's  Boxers in the book Sticker Vol 2Check out Hyena Gallery in Burbank California 
This episode is from the volt! I recently change RSS providers and out went my first 36 episodes. Part of me was released to have an excuse to do away with my very audible learning curb as a podcaster but there were some gems in the patch, among them is this episode WHEN I MAKE ART episode #24. This episode is also the material for my first publication a ZINE and Chapbook replete with my collages in full color. To get yours  click here.  # support small business!WHEN I MAKE ART is a very emotive, slightly gushy episode about my creative processes. Being an artist can sometimes feel like be a condition, an expensive habit, a righteous uphill battle- BUT i refuse all that , that is not my narrative and I hope you steer clear too SO here in my words with my heart very much on my sleeve and on the mic, is what it's like when I make art…Follow Studio Confessions on instagram @StuConPocast Follow me, Luis Martin / The Art Engineer @ArtEngineer
Queer Gestures: Paul Moreno

Queer Gestures: Paul Moreno

2019-11-2600:55:24

Meet Paul Moreno, Artist, writer, intellect and co-founder of the New York Queer Zine Fair. Sit with us as Paul share his ideas about what it means to him to be an art, being a bad Mexican-American and the many intricacies of being Queer. I could have spoken with Paul about everything under the sun twice, listen in on the conversation that is light heated, honest ,NSFW, and humorous.Paul Moreno on Instagram @bathedinafterthoughtNew York Queer Zine Fair Studio Confession on Instagram @Stuconpodcast Luis Martin / The Art Engineer on Instagram @artengineer    
Curated Histories

Curated Histories

2019-11-1900:27:22

So much art transpires that we never get to see or even know about. There are so many people living enchanted and creative lives without the b.s. of having to be called an ‘artist’. Let’s talk about our stories, the ones that give us legacy, the ones that scar and the one that lead to catharsis. Sit with me and let me tell you my stories that matter to me.Asco Art Collective The Green Lady of Brooklyn Song "Come from the heart" 
Listen to a tiny and exciting excerpt from “Arana and the Black Dog” by Alyssa Bonilla. Listen in as I talk with the author about some of the themes in this YA book. Arana and the Black Dog is the story of a shy teenage Latina girl from Queens, who’s life is turned upside down by some very powerful and mysterious dream that she has, of a magical forest.  Dive in with us as we explore our illusory connection to nature, food and our elders. You will want to sit in on this thoughtful conversation and read all about Arara, the Black Dog and her mischievous Granny.Get your copy of "Arana and the Black Dog" here.   
Make an art of your first podcast! Join in on this part confessional, part storytelling and stand-up session, to get the clues on how to identify the conversation at the heart of your first podcast. Learn how to follow your passion and lead with curiosity. Get the secret to telling great stories without having to be a reality tv influencer. You will never run out of ideas for your podcast, once you have learned that your corks and kinks, are what make your podcast a masterpiece. 
Grab a front row to this intimate conversation about art, magic and reflection. Meet the mystic and tarot reader Laetitia Cartomancy. Join the conversation and hear about how Laetitia connects her art history background to the divine and arrives at the center of the monsters and madonnas in all of us. Get an insight into both aspects of her practice as a student and teacher of the tarot and what she has learned along the way.Laetitia Cartomancy Website Laetitia Cartomancy Instagram Pamela Colman Smith William Blake  
Minted Mentors

Minted Mentors

2019-10-2200:22:10

Do you have a mentor? Do you have mentors?Listen in as I reflect on some of my mentors that have unexpectedly validated me, shown compassion and provided me with a reflection of what I could become. Lean in and listen how you might be benefiting from your forbear’s, without even knowing, it was all planned and rigged for your success. Let’s dig in and acknowledge some friends and teachers.Arana and the Black Dog by Alyssa Bonia Sitting Shiva Project XGronk Gracias A La Vida by Violeta Parra  
On the Map: Susan Lerner

On the Map: Susan Lerner

2019-10-1500:27:18

Get to know Susan Lerner! Listen in as she talks about her four year journey in the art game and how her curiosity has landed her 20 exhibitions and four solo shows. You will want to hear how this former flavor scientist is now sharing her collages on MTA kiosks around the city. Join the conversation while we talk show about art fairs, second acts and the power of dyslexia and being left-handed.Follow Susan Lerner on instagram @mixdmediamashup and visit her website Mixdmendamashup.com
Play and Ritual

Play and Ritual

2019-10-0800:21:02

Welcome to season three of Studio Confessions! I am glad you are here. Do you have time to play for the joy of play?  If not,  what are you doing? Entertain my wax poetry as I share the role of play and its connection to ritual in my life and art practice. Learn about the shrines and alters that gave me soft power as a kid to cope with life's twist and turns both big and small.  Theme song: "Coffee" by Cameron Smith
The Needle In the Haystack

The Needle In the Haystack

2019-09-2500:34:41

 Meet Raven Kianna D. an artist working out of Orlando, Florida, we sat down to chat during my visit for Podcast Movement. Listen in as I meet Raven for the first time and she shares her journey of being a self-taught artist. As a fiber artists, Raven thoughtfully poses questions of gender and race through embroidery to arrive at hyper realistic works of art. I am an instant fan of her and her work. You will want to meet Raven Kianna D. a rising art star. See Raven’s work and follow her on instagram at @ravenkiannad_artMusic: Waves by Pictures of the Floating World
The Magician: Juan Hinojosa

The Magician: Juan Hinojosa

2019-09-1700:25:17

Meet Juan Hinojosa, an artist and native New Yorker. Listen in as he talks to me about staying hungry, going from painting to collage to sculpture, and how as an artist, he is a magician. Juan also talks about becoming a full-time artist through grants and his participation in residences in the US and abroad. Join the conversation, you will want to meet Juan Hinojosa the Magician. Visit the artist's website: http://juanhinojosa.com/ Follow the artist on intagram: @juan_hinojosa_ Learn more about Queens Coucnil for the Art here.
Show Up

Show Up

2019-09-0600:18:29

How do you show up? Do you go invisible, I have. Art makes me visible. This is why I write, why I podcast, this is why art is my life. Listen in as I talk about being witness to odd situations and moments when I couldn't shake off my invisibility cloak. Take a look at the work of T.C. Cannon, a native American artist to active our presence and visibility through art. Let's show up. Music by: Tours "Enthusiast" Collage by: Luis Martin the Art Engineer "124 New York" Get a print of the collage here. T.C. Cannon at the Museum of the American Indian Shipping Labels Avery 5265
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