What Does Success in the Arts Look Like - Interview XIII with artists Raquel Durán & Rut Briones

What Does Success in the Arts Look Like - Interview XIII with artists Raquel Durán & Rut Briones

Last year I started with the interview series on what success looks like to arts professionals and people working in the creative industry. It is an attempt to redefine what success is and find personal attempts to define a sustainable definition of creative work. 

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What Does Success in the Arts Look Like - Interview XI with Teresa Diehl

What Does Success in the Arts Look Like - Interview XI with Teresa Diehl

We are told the myth that working harder will be rewarded one day with success. The problem is that sacrification does not necessarily lead to the expected outcome and leaves us drained instead. We need to find a more sustainable approach if we talk about work, in particular if we're talking about creative work. In several interviews I ask curators, academics, artists and other friends and colleagues from the creative field on their thoughts on what success in the arts looks like for them. It is part of my long-term project "Art as Labor" that tries to approach labor issues in the arts and provide more personal conversations. It is about finding a sustainable way to work in the arts and to understand that creative work is a long-term commitment.

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What Does Success in the Arts Look Like? - Interview X with Anastasia Karpova Tinari

What Does Success in the Arts Look Like? - Interview X with Anastasia Karpova Tinari

A few months ago I started with the interview series on what success looks like to arts professionals and people working in the creative industry. It is an attempt to redefine what success is and find personal attempts to define a sustainable definition of creative work. 

Anastasia Karpova Tinari is the Director of Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, IL. She recently started her own project space, Anastasia Tinari Projects to exhibit more emerging contemporary artists. 

 

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What Does Success in the Arts Look Like? - Interview IX with Jessica Kallage-Goetze

What Does Success in the Arts Look Like? - Interview IX with Jessica Kallage-Goetze

In several interviews I ask curators, academics, artists and other friends and colleagues from the creative field what their thoughts are on what success in the arts looks like for them. It is part of my long-term project "Art as Labor" that tries to approach labor issues in the arts and provide more personal conversations. It is not about working harder and to buy into the narrative that sacrification will eventually lead to success but about finding a sustainable way to work in the arts and to understand that creative work is a long-term commitment.

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What Does Success as a Museum Freelancer Look Like? - Interview VIII with Christina Lister

What Does Success as a Museum Freelancer Look Like? - Interview VIII with Christina Lister

We are told the myth that working harder will be rewarded one day with success. The problem is that sacrification does not necessarily lead to the expected outcome and leaves us drained instead. We need to find a more sustainable approach if we talk about work, in particular if we're talking about creative work. In several interviews I ask curators, academics, artists and other friends and colleagues from the creative field on their thoughts on what success in the arts looks like for them. It is part of my long-term project "Art as Labor" that tries to approach labor issues in the arts and provide more personal conversations. It is about finding a sustainable way to work in the arts and to understand that creative work is a long-term commitment.

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Learnings From the Interview Series What Does Success In the Arts Look Like

Learnings From the Interview Series What Does Success In the Arts Look Like

A few months ago I started with the interview series on what success looks like to arts professionals and people working in the creative industry. It is an attempt to redefine what success is and find personal attempts to define a sustainable definition of creative work. 

Since I started with the interview series I got an overwhelming feedback of people asking me if there are things left out in the editing process or if there are other behind the scenes or learnings I could share.

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