Introduction To The Larb Podcast
In this the first episode of The Larb from artist and writer Larry G. Maguire, he explains why he started the show, who the show is for and what you can expect in upcoming episodes. Larry is a creative first and foremost and has been a business person since age 25. He is a freelance writer and marketer as well as an occasional charcoal photorealistic portrait artist. On The Larb he invites guests to share their work and philosophy. On the show you can learn such things as how to find an audience for your work, how to build a business around your art and how to find success. Whatever that means for you.
Notes From The Show
- The Artist's Manifesto
- Subscribe on iTunes
- Listen on SoundCloud
- Listen on Stitcher
Hey folks, welcome to the very first episode of The Larb, the podcast show for artists, musicians, craftspeople and creative entrepreneurs of all disciplines. If you are interested in the creative process and how to make a living from your creative work then this show is for you.
In this week’s episode we'll get inside what this show is all about and why I created it.
Every Thursday my guests and I, and sometimes just me, discuss subjects on a range of topics. Topics like, how to make a good living doing what you love. How to market your work and how to turn it into a business. We'll also look at some of the deeper life questions such as, who are we and what are we doing here.
After all, these questions occupy the minds of many creative people and influence our creative output.
Where To Get The Show
You can catch all new and past episodes every week on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Tunein. Or indeed your choice of a host of other podcast platforms. Where ever you happen to be listening, click the subscribe button to make sure you don’t miss an episode.
I’d love to spread the word about the show to as many creatives as possible so if you are so inclined, I’d really appreciate your help. Share with friends and colleagues, post comments on the blog post accompanying the show, or offer a review on iTunes.
If you haven’t got it yet, head over and grab your FREE copy of The Artist’s Manifesto where I break down my entire creative philosophy for work. Feedback from everyone so far has been awesome and I think you’ll get great value from it. Every week I publish Sunday Letters so you’ll get that too when you sign up.
I've prerecorded 5 episodes in advance so you can go listen to those now. Here's the links to check them out;