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Author: Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Entrepreneurial Artist

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Interviews by Tania Ingerson Entrepreneurial Artists sharing their business journey to create a lifestyle funded by selling their creative ventures and art, often over a cup of tea.Music "One Thing Led to Another" from the DIRT Album by David Innocente
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Tim Shaw, Glass Artisthttp://timshawglass.com/“ I tend to create both through inspiration and intuition.Sometimes it’s a long and arduous process to even get the glass to do what I want it to do – and it’s ultimately in the hands of the glass gods really. I think that’s what I love about it the most though…” Tim Shaw“Born in Cyprus and raised in Yorkshire, Tim has explored his artistic practice and glassmaking skills throughout the world. He has three degrees in glassblowing. Attaining his BA (Hons) from North Staffordshire Polytechnic in the UK in the early 80’s, he went on to study at the avant-garde Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, where he continued to develop and experiment creating a unique style of art glass. Upon his return to the UK Tim established a hot glass workshop in London. Whilst there he was invited to undertake his second MA at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London. Moving permanently to Australia in 2002, Tim is currently based with his family and hot glass studio nestled in the stringy bark forests of the Adelaide Hills.http://timshawglass.com/about-me/Tim Shaw Glass is exhibited and for sale at many different galleries including Artworx Gallery and Gift in Goolwa South Australia. Artworx Gallery and Gifts is one of the leading contemporary Art Galleries on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula.Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.Exhibiting are highly talented, award winning artists from around the country works including original paintings, jewellery, wood, metal, sculptures and gifts.  Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule. With five rooms plus a courtyard, there is plenty for viewing and contemplating. Works can be shipped throughout Australia and overseas.Artworx Gallery and Gifts is an experience!  Go and Enjoy!    https://www.facebook.com/artworxgallerygoolwa/https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/artworx-artists/tim-shaw https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/ “Tim has so much positive energy and love for what he describes as “liquid fire” being glass.  So much fun to able to do a podcast as Tim was creating a drinking glass from the beginning to the end process and I even got to be an assistant for part of it.  I loved describing the process on the podcast and hope that listeners get as excited about the experience as I did.  Tim’s glass art is so rich in colour and enticing designs, you just can’t help feel good when you see the range of Tim Shaw Glass much like when you meet Tim himself!.” Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Ali asks this question on this podcast!“If your social media presence was a person what traits and characteristics would you use to describe it? Think about it from a holistic perspective – the good and bad. Remember our brands are ever changing.”This podcast is all about SOCIAL MEDIA and Part B of our discussionsTania talks about how to suspend or delete your Facebook social media account, to do this go to:SettingsYour Facebook InformationDeactivation/DeletionAnother tip Tania talked about is when you log into accounts like Zoom or other platforms with your Facebook login you won’t be able to access these accounts if you deactivate or delete your Facebook account.  Tania suggests it is a good idea to log in without using the Facebook log in to other platforms or programs so you are not caught out if you decide to leave Facebook.It is important that our listeners know that we support technology and social media as a way of building a creative business and our discussions are about how to manage the time spent and the way that we are representing ourselves. Also to understand when some social media platforms are no longer of benefit to our business and our well being.This is the link to download the document discussed on this podcast created by Kiikstart for the listeners of TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast http://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/podcast-tea-the-entrepreneurial-artists.html  Ali works with many different businesses and individuals to help them build the best business they possibly can while understanding what they want to achieve.We are very fortunate to have Ali providing information and experience via podcast chats.Please contact Ali for further information    https://www.kiikstart.com/contact/ Kiikstart Website https://www.kiikstart.com   Any questions  about the podcast TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist please email ingersontania@mac.com   I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
In this podcast Ali from Kiikstart and Tania from TEA Podcast discuss the benefits and problems that can arise from social media.  Also discussed, how to analysis which social media platform is best for your arts business and for your own mental health as well as other topics including Tania talking about her own addiction to social media and how giving up one of the platforms has been of great benefit to the arts business and personally.Visit this link to revisit documentation that Kiikstart has provided listeners of this podcasthttp://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/podcast-tea-the-entrepreneurial-artists.htmlIn this podcast we revisit topics previously discussed on podcast it might be good to revisit themhttps://tea.buzzsprout.com/1208858/8126474-topic-time-respect-tania-tea-podcaster-ali-kiikstart-talk-business-for-creativeshttps://tea.buzzsprout.com/1208858/8032163-topic-planning-tania-tea-podcaster-ali-kiikstart-talk-business-for-creativesAli works with many different businesses and individuals to help them build the best business they possibly can while understanding what they want to achieve.We are very fortunate to have Ali providing information and experience via podcast chats.Please contact Ali for further information  https://www.kiikstart.com/contact/Kiikstart Websitehttps://www.kiikstart.com Any questions  about the podcast TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist please emailingersontania@mac.com I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
In this podcast Michelle talks about Golf!  Yes that's right!  Michelle talks about being in the zone and the power of being present with what is now and how powerful that is.Tania and Michelle talk about the strategies that is discussed in different podcasts with Ali from Kiikstart and how important the strategies are to know and be prepared.  Once you are prepared for a meeting with a gallery or an event or any situation that is important to you and your creative business then being in the zone and present in that moment how that will help to achieve what you want.  Michelle shares some tools that will help.It's a wonderful chat and talking about golf and the process of learning how to play golf being in the zone is a really fun way of discussing some processes to help be in the zone and achieve what you want.If you are interested in attending any golf events that Michelle talks about in the podcast please emailingersontania@mac.comLink to Kiikstart Business Documents as discussed in this podcasthttp://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/podcast-tea-the-entrepreneurial-artists.htmlAbout Michelle"Michelle has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and mathematics, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. She worked for 10 years at ANZ Banking Group and ICI Australia in marketing and sales management, before setting up a training and development business for herself, using leading edge leadership and training programs from the United States."For more information about Michelle click this linkhttps://zoneculture.com.au/about/"I am very excited to be working with Michelle in partnership to create programs for creatives to help with being an Entrepreneurial Artist with regular podcast chats and programs."Tania Ingerson/Founder: Tea The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastAny questions please emailingersontania@mac.comI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
This podcast is a chat with two artists in New Zealand, North Island near Wellington on the Kapiti Coast.George Balfour is a story teller that uses photography and mixed media to create his art. His exhibition at the finale of the "100 Day Challenge" is called "The Many Faces of". In this exhibition,  images of portraits of himself comes from personal experiences  and thoughts that is captured in a beautiful, clever and powerful way. He  connects the viewer with how we may all see howselves at different times in our lives as George shares his thoughts through his imagery. George's  photography of landscapes captures mood and mystery. George is an emerging artist with many talents that will continue to captivate many viewers with  powerful imagery in  his unique story telling style.Eve Wereta is a photographer, artist and published author through her art.  Eve's art has had great success from her book "The Diaries of a Mad Women" that she exhibited at the finale of the "100 Day Challenge" . The book captures her own thoughts and struggles in a way that viewers can often connect with themselves in a way that is engaging and beautiful.  Drawings Eve created each day during the challenge formed a book that in itself is a piece of art.Eve has many artistic ideas and projects including running artists retreats and working on projects inspired by her passion for helping communities and individuals with mental health.  About  the "100 Day Challenge""Do something creative - consistently every day for a 100 daysBuild a body of work you can take pride inOvercome your fears and see the time you thought you didn't have magically increaseLearn and develop new skillsShare in and be a part of a safe, supportive communityExperience huge personal growthAnd so much more!"https://www.tutere-gallery.com/100-day-challengeImages of the exhibitions of George Balfour "The Many Faces of" & Eve Wereta "The Diaries of a Mad Women"http://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/tea-the-entrepreneurial-artist-podcast-images.htmlIt was an absolute pleasure to spend some time with both George and Eve.  They are both fun and talented with so much energy that I couldn't help feel inspired to continue my own artistic journey.  George and Eve have a unque way of sharing there inner thoughts in a powerful engaging way that creates beautiful art for viewers to enjoy and own. I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
MANIFESTING what you want to achieve to make it happen and tips to keep on track.Tania discusses a problem that kept resurfacing and how manifesting resolved the problem!In this podcast Michelle from Zone High and Tania from TEA The Entrepreneurial Podcast talk about “MANIFESTING what you want to achieve”.  Michelle shares tools that help to Manifesting what you want with an example of wanting to loose weight and how to re manifest when you get off track and identify what are the triggers that stop you manifesting the life you want. We talk about examples that can happen with artists and creatives and how belief systems and triggers stop you from achieving what you want in the manifesting process.Michelle is the founder of Zone Culture & Zone High and works with businesses, including the Adelaide Fringe and individuals. Michelle is a published author and  presenter.  In regular podcasts Michelle and Tania will chat about all sorts of topics that creatives may experience and tools that Michelle has developed from her experience and knowledge.    About Michelle "Michelle has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and mathematics, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. She worked for 10 years at ANZ Banking Group and ICI Australia in marketing and sales management, before setting up a training and development business for herself, using leading edge leadership and training programs from the United States." For more information about Michelle click this link https://zoneculture.com.au/about/ "I am very excited to be working with Michelle in partnership to create programs for creatives to help with being an Entrepreneurial Artist with regular podcast chats and programs." Tania Ingerson/Founder: Tea The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast Any questions please email ingersontania@mac.com I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
MEETINGSMaking the most from “Meetings”For creatives this can be meeting with a gallery, other artists with the idea of working together, councils for grants or any meeting that involves talking about your arts business.With some homework and preparation great opportunities can come from a meeting or you may miss a great opportunity by not being prepared!“Know what a meeting looks like before you even start” Ali, KiikstartAli from Kiikstart has made available for listeners of TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast a checklist to make the most from meetings Downloadable documenthttp://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/uploads/1/3/3/2/13329256/kiikstart_checklist_and_tips_-_making_the_most_of_meetings.pdfAli works with many different businesses and individuals to help them build the best business they possibly can while understanding what they want to achieve.We are very fortunate to have Ali providing information and experience via podcast chats.Please contact Ali for further information  https://www.kiikstart.com/contact/ Kiikstart Website https://www.kiikstart.com  Any questions  about the podcast TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist please email ingersontania@mac.com  I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Peter Coad describes himself as a "Painter of Landscape"“Peter spent the first 10 years of his life in the Mallee town of Karoonda approximately 120kms south-east of Adelaide, South Australia, where he was surrounded by huge, infinite and vast landscape. This explains his connection with wide-open spaces and the vibrant colours that nature presents, and which have an immense influence on his work.For subject matter he makes regular artistic journeys to many destinations in Australia and overseas, where he chooses locations that he can mindfully connect to and which have a strong spiritual and indigenous history. The cultural understanding and knowledge gained of each place clearly assists in his capturing the essence and feeling of the land in his paintings.”http://www.petercoadart.com.au/Peter Coad’s artwork can be purchased at the Artworx Gallery at Goolwa"Peter's paintings reveal to us landscapes of harsh yet breathtaking beauty as he skilfully blends symbolic interpretations of mountains, wetlands, vegetation and bird life in an endeavour to convey an awareness of the delicate balance of the environment." https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/Artworx Gallery and Gifts is one of the leading contemporary Art Galleries on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula.Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.Exhibiting are highly talented, award winning artists from around the country works including original paintings, jewellery, wood, metal, sculptures and gifts.  Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule. With five rooms plus a courtyard, there is plenty for viewing and contemplating. Works can be shipped throughout Australia and overseas.Artworx Gallery and Gifts is an experience!  Go and Enjoy!  https://www.facebook.com/artworxgallerygoolwa/ “It was a pleasure to chat with Peter Coad about his career as an artist.  So many stories and connections with art in all it’s different forms including his painting practice, working on an Australian Film “The Tracker” working with an Australian musician Russell Morris and so much more.  It was a lot of fun and I thank Peter for his generosity of time to share his stories with us. Peter’s paintings to me have a peaceful spiritual connection to the earth and makes you want to look into the paintings and in your mind immerse yourself into the beauty and splendour of the landscapes of our earth .” Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
In this podcast Michelle from Zone High and Tania from TEA The Entrepreneurial Podcast talk about "What does GREAT & HAPPINESS look like to you", without any restraints and how to achieve it. In a podcast with Ali from Kiikstart, Ali talked about the importance of understanding what "Great" or "Happiness" for your business and life looks like and how this understanding is the foundation of planning your arts business.https://tea.buzzsprout.com/1208858/8032163-topic-planning-tania-tea-podcaster-ali-kiikstart-talk-business-for-creativesIn this podcast Michelle explains how to imagine and dream about "What Great looks like to you" without the thoughts of money, time and expectations to find out what truely makes you happy.Michelle shares tools that help to create the imagination in our minds of what we truely want and how we can think to make it a reality using manifestation tools.Michelle is the founder of Zone Culture & Zone High and works with businesses, including the Adelaide Fringe and individuals. Michelle is a published author and  presenter.  In regular podcasts Michelle and Tania will chat about all sorts of topics that creatives may experience and tools that Michelle has developed from her experience and knowledge.  About Michelle"Michelle has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and mathematics, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. She worked for 10 years at ANZ Banking Group and ICI Australia in marketing and sales management, before setting up a training and development business for herself, using leading edge leadership and training programs from the United States."For more information about Michelle click this linkhttps://zoneculture.com.au/about/"I am very excited to be working with Michelle in partnership to create programs for creatives to help with being an Entrepreneurial Artist with regular podcast chats and programs."Tania Ingerson/Founder: Tea The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastAny questions please emailingersontania@mac.comI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Topic: Crafting Collaborations: Less Talk, More ActionIn this podcast Ali from Kiikstart and Tania talk collaborations. Ally goes through points that are good to consider when thinking about collaborating with a gallery, another artist/creative or any organisation, group or individual you are considering do a collaborative project together or just working together.Ali goes through 8 questions that can help with “Crafting Collaborations”The link below is an exercise that you can download http://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/uploads/1/3/3/2/13329256/kiikstart_collaboration_summary_of_key_factors.pdfAli works with many different businesses and individuals to help them build the best business they possibly can while understanding what they want to achieve.We are very fortunate to have Ali providing information and experience via podcast chats.We are offeringA  discounted “Discovery Session” for listeners focused on using the “Innovation Capability Review”  that we discussed in a previoius podcast. Please contact Ali for further information  https://www.kiikstart.com/contact/ Kiikstart Website https://www.kiikstart.com Any questions  about the podcast TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist please email ingersontania@mac.com I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
In this podcast Michelle from Zone High and Tania from TEA The Entrepreneurial Podcast talk about the stresses and anxiety that creatives may experience in a day. Michelle explains three tools that could be helpful in the day of a life of a creative person.The THREE  TOOLS1. Gratitude Activity 4 x per day2.   Rhythmic breathing - Relieve Stress or Anxiety3.   Meditation - Recommended to use a guided relaxation meditation This is an example of one you may like to use, there are a lot you may like to try different ones until you find one that you like.https://www.headspace.com/meditation/meditation-for-beginnersMichelle is the founder of Zone Culture & Zone High and works with businesses, including the Adelaide Fringe and individuals. Michelle is a published author and  presenter.  In regular podcasts Michelle and Tania will chat about all sorts of topics that creatives may experience and tools that Michelle has developed from her experience and knowledge.  About Michelle "Michelle has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and mathematics, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. She worked for 10 years at ANZ Banking Group and ICI Australia in marketing and sales management, before setting up a training and development business for herself, using leading edge leadership and training programs from the United States." For more information about Michelle click this link https://zoneculture.com.au/about/ "I am very excited to be working with Michelle in partnership to create programs for creatives to help with being an Entrepreneurial Artist with regular podcast chats and programs." Tania Ingerson/Founder: Tea The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast Any questions please email ingersontania@mac.com I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
This podcast is a chat with two of the founding members of T'Arts – Textile and Arts Collective Gallery  Fiona Trueman and Sandra TreadwellWe chat about how an Arts Collective works, how it was founded and the journey that this particular gallery has travelled.About T'Arts – Textile and Arts Collective Gallery“There’s nothing like us!We are an artists collective located at:10G Gays Arcade in the beautiful vintage Adelaide Arcade, Adelaide, South Australia.More than 30 artists and designers of  Adelaide with a sprinkle from interstate, working together as a collective. Started in 2003 as a place for textile artists to support each other and have a space to showcase their wares. Soon after these founding members decided to invite various artists from other mediums to join. Over the years there have been artists moving to other pastures and places are filled quickly. Our front windows have monthly rotating window exhibition featuring our member artist of the month.You will always meet an artist when you visit the gallery as it is totally managed and staffed by members.”Open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm Telephone – +61 8 8232 0265Websitehttps://tartscollective.com.au/Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Tarts.Collective/Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/tartscollective/Pop up shophttps://tartscollective.com.au/pop-up-shop/Emailtarts@internode.on.net “I really enjoyed learning about how this gallery started, how a true collective works and the chat with two of the founders Fiona and Sandra.  It was a lot of fun. The T’Arts Gallery is truely a beautiful space filled with artwork, handmade gifts and designs where you can chat with an artist that will be on duty when you visit.”                                     Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
VICTORIA ROLINSKIEn plein air artist (Painting in the open air)“Victoria Rolinski was born in Adelaide and grew up at Henley Beach South where she still resides today overlooking the beautiful local coastline.Victoria has an inherent love of our great Australian landscape that can be seen in her impressionistic paintings. She relishes painting the sand dunes along the coastline of our great State of South Australia and has empathy with coastal protection and conservation of the dunes. “Painting plein-air is the most rewarding and enjoyable way of painting. I have a heightened awareness of everything around me including perspective, light and atmosphere,” she says. “Painting to me is not only a passion but an obsession. People owning original paintings are definitely the lucky ones. They seem to live and breathe any day over a print!”https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/artworx-artists/victoria-rolinskiIn this podcast Victoria tells her story of being an artist which includes lots of different topics including:Entering many Art Shows and the benefits of thisThis is an example of an art show, there are many different art shows in many different areashttps://victorharborartshow.com.au/Victoria's artwork can be purchased at the Artworx Gallery at GoolwaArtworx Gallery and Gifts is one of the leading contemporary Art Galleries on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula.Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.Exhibiting are highly talented, award winning artists from around the country works including original paintings, jewellery, wood, metal, sculptures and gifts.  Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule. With five rooms plus a courtyard, there is plenty for viewing and contemplating. Works can be shipped throughout Australia and overseas.Artworx Gallery and Gifts is an experience!  Go and Enjoy!  https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/artworxgallerygoolwa/ “Victoria’s paintings are truely beautiful that make you really feel like you are experiencing the beach. I really enjoyed chatting with Victoria a lovely person, an inspiring career artist that continues to do what she loves as an entrepreneurial artist.” Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Topic: TIME RESPECTIn this podcast Ali from Kiikstart and Tania talk about how to use time, we discuss that time management is not really possible but respecting time is. Ali goes through some key points that help with “Time Respect”The link below is an exercise that you can download a “Time Respect Exercise”http://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/uploads/1/3/3/2/13329256/kiik_time_respect_exercise_fill.pdfAli works with many different businesses and individuals to help them build the best business they possibly can while understanding what they want to achieve.We are very fortunate to have Ali providing information and experience via podcast chats.We are offeringA  discounted “Discovery Session” for listeners focused on using the “Innovation Capability Review”  that we discussed in the last podcast. Please contact Ali for further informationhttps://www.kiikstart.com/contact/Kiikstart Websitehttps://www.kiikstart.comAny questions  about the podcast TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist please emailingersontania@mac.comI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
It is very exciting to welcome Michelle Stanton to TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast as our partner.In this podcast Michelle shares her story of becoming ill and experiencing the "Flow State", a state of true happiness.  Michelle is the founder of Zone Culture & Zone High and works with businesses, including the Adelaide Fringe and individuals. Michelle is a published author and  presenter.In regular podcasts Michelle and Tania will chat about all sorts of topics that creatives may experience and tools that Michelle has developed from her experience and knowledge.About Michelle"Michelle has a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Computer Science and mathematics, a Diploma in Education and a Graduate Diploma in Marketing. She worked for 10 years at ANZ Banking Group and ICI Australia in marketing and sales management, before setting up a training and development business for herself, using leading edge leadership and training programs from the United States."For more information about Michelle click this linkhttps://zoneculture.com.au/about/"I am very excited to be working with Michelle in partnership to create programs for creatives to help with being an Entrepreneurial Artist with regular podcast chats and programs." Tania Ingerson/Founder: Tea The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastAny questions please emailingersontania@mac.comI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Mike Barr Artist"Mike's motto in painting is "It's not what you see - but what you feel. "His rainy cityscapes and expansive beachscapes are designed so viewers can enter, not merely look. He believes the camera is meant for detail but paintings are meant to catch the essence of time and place."https://www.mikebarrfineart.com/Bloghttps://www.mikebarrfineart.com/blogPainting discussed in podcastJoseph Mallord William TurnerSnow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouthhttps://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/turner-snow-storm-steam-boat-off-a-harbours-mouth-n00530Articles/BooksComplete Watercolour – David WebbThe Art of Being Melbourne – Maree Coote - 2012https://www.dymocks.com.au/book/the-art-of-being-melbourne-by-maree-coote-and-maree-coote-9780975704769Regular feature writer and monthly columnist for the Australian Artist magazine Articles in the The Artist (UK magazine) Acrylic Artist and Plein Air Magazine (US)TV Segment on Discover – Channel  7 July 2008https://www.facebook.com/mike.barr.7399https://www.instagram.com/mike_barr_artist/?hl=enMike Barr Art can be seen and purchased at this galleryArtworx Gallery and Gifts is one of the leading contemporary Art Galleries on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula.Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.Exhibiting are highly talented, award winning artists from around the country works including original paintings, jewellery, wood, metal, sculptures and gifts.  Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule. With five rooms plus a courtyard, there is plenty for viewing and contemplating. Works can be shipped throughout Australia and overseas.Artworx Gallery and Gifts is an experience!  Go and Enjoy!https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/https://www.facebook.com/artworxgallerygoolwa/"I really enjoyed chatting with Mike, inspiring, talented, great stories, fun and passionate about helping others in this creative space."  Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
We discuss PLANNING2nd podcast in the series of "Business for Creatives" discussions and resources to help creatives build a business doing what they love as artists                                                              In this podcast Ali and Tania talk through some difficult questions we need to ask ourselves as creatives to work through how best we can create a plan to build a successful business selling and creating art.Ali has very generously provided some resources to the listeners of our podcastClick on link below to access the resources; KIIK Skill Gaps and Threats to Be Aware of When Designing High Value Business ModelsTEA PODCAST 22ND FEBRUARY - PLANNINGhttp://www.tkicreativephotography.com.au/podcast-tea-the-entrepreneurial-artists.htmlIf you are interested in taking a more in depth look into how using an Innovative Capability can help you plan and re-set for 2021 please reach out to Ali Urenhttps://www.kiikstart.com/contact/https://www.kiikstart.comhttps://www.kiikstart.com/2021/02/17/kiikstart-and-tea-the-entrepreneurial-artist-podcast-a-partnership-fulfilling-a-gap/"My passion is to share artists stories  creating a life funded by their Art in the hope that we have more Artists and Creatives dedicating their life to what they love doing and providing a much needed service for humanity; feeding our souls."Tania IngersonCreative Photographer/PodcasterFounder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist PodcastThese podcasts discussing business for creatives is an extension of TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast with artists telling their stories with these "Business for Creatives" series provides some practical ideas and processes to help build their arts business.Thank you to Ali Uren Kiikstart for partnering with TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist to provide this service.Any questions please emailingersontania@mac.comI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
"Desma Kas makes art in response to the world around her.  She still considers herself an emerging artist. In 2009 she graduated from the Adelaide College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Art & Design. It’s all about texture and expressing the emotion behind the painting at the time. Desma paints in oils and mixed media.  Street scenes, flowers, Australian landscapes, abstracts and poured paint are themes she explores.  ‘There has to be movement’ and balance of colour.During her studies she enjoyed the work of Matisse, Francis Bacon and Clarice Beckett, and many other artists of course, too many to mention here."https://www.goldfiregallery.com.au/desma-kas-artist-portfolioWe didn't get to finish our conversation about her work and passion to help Tutti Arts an amazing organisation  "Tutti Arts works across many art forms to promote the professional development of artists with a learning or intellectual disability"Here's the website to find out morehttps://tutti.org.au/Social Media for links for  Desma Kashttps://www.facebook.com/desma.kastanoshttps://www.instagram.com/desmakasFor Poured Paint techniques I would recommend go to youtube, there are many different techniques and we look forward to seeing Desma's artwork using this technique.We discuss- Benefits of Art School/Study- Inspirations from travel and search of identity - Art Competitions that lead to sales- Online Galleries and selling online;  the benefitsDesmas has her art exhibited and for sale on this online GalleryGoldfire Gallery"Goldfire Gallery is an Australian business, based in South Australia, that was first founded in July 2020 by Tracey Malliaros; a lifetime Artist with long-term experience in Community Development. Goldfire Gallery was initially developed in response to social restrictions that heavily impacted the ability to exhibit artworks however its purpose is so much broader - as well as providing a virtual gallery platform we have a focus on showcasing young, mature age and newly emerging Australian artists, supporting them to promote themselves to the rest of Australia with free portfolio membership. Goldfire Gallery prides themselves on their artists - their uniqueness and creative talents - and know that everyone who visits Goldfire Gallery will find a work of art that connects with them."https://www.goldfiregallery.com.au/"A great website to visit to purchase art, learn about the artist and for Artists this is a great online gallery that you can sell your artwork through" Tania IngersonContact Tracey to find out moreinfo@goldfiregallery.com.auI would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
Introducing a partnership between TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast & KIIKSTARTAli Uren founder and owner of KIIKSTART will be joining me Tania Ingerson founder and owner TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast regularly to discuss all things business for creatives.In this podcast we get to know Ali and we chat about projects she has been involved in, we cover many different topics that we will be exploring more in future podcasts, including the value of a business plan but more than that what you need to consider before you even start to work on a business plan.About Ali “As the Founder of Kiikstart, early 2008, my mantra is to provide businesses and individuals with the skill and tactics needed to design the future and keep re-designing it in a world that is increasingly disruptive.People choose me when they want new ways to solve persistent business problems through the design of new business models and building of skill and talent within their teams. So they can keep up with the increasing rate of innovation.My approach combines strategy, learning and development ,resource and process design plus real world trial and experimentation of new ideas that build the bottom line.”https://womenintourism.com.au/directory/ali-uren/About KIIKSTARThttps://www.kiikstart.com/Contact detailshttps://www.kiikstart.com/contact/Project we discussed on the podcasthttps://www.businessportpirie.com.au/activatebusiness/KIIKSTART Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/KiikstartWe are excited to be discussing questions directly from our listeners over the weeks and months ahead.  If you have a question or questions you would like  Ali and I to discuss on TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast,  please send you questions to any of these;Emailingersontania@mac.com Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/TEA-The-Entrepreneurial-Artist-PodcastInstagramhttps://www.instagram.com/teartistpodcastThis is a very exciting partnership that we aim to give ideas, tips and discussions that will inspire and assist creative people to either start or continue to develop their creative businesses.TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast will continue to interview Artists and Creatives about their journey and how they built a business/career that they can continue to do what they love.I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
In conversation with Matthew IvesCultural Development Coordinator at Unley CouncilIn this podcast Matthew shares his views and experiences working in community arts and cultural development  both here in South Australia and in England. We talk aboutCommunity Arts projectsCultural Development through the ArtsYouth projects, talking about topics around drugs, Aids and community story tellingDiscussion about how Art is sold, online or in galleries and what the future may holdA Community Arts Project at Kingston Community School “Kingston Drama Group” both Matthew and I (Tania Ingerson) worked together on many years ago with my friend Jane, teachers and members of the community.  We talked about how we got funding and the experiences and outcomes for the students involved as well as the community.……and so much more about the Arts in general covering many topics including SALA, Galleries, working with youth around social issues and much much more……“Matthew has so much knowledge and experience in community arts, very passionate about the arts and a generous person that I am so thankful he popped into my life so many years ago.  As Matthew says because we shared an experience in this case bringing the Arts through theatre to a country community we will always feel connected, which is wonderful.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Tania This podcast is dedicated to my friend Jane, it is 10 years since she has been gone. Jane and I loved working on the Kingston Drama Group project and the time we spent with Matthew, many laughs, hard work and memories that continue to feel like a gift.                                                              Jane will be forever remembered  I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune by David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artisthttps://www.innocente.com.au/
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