Austin Art Talk

In depth conversations and wisdom from Austin artists and creatives, about life, work, and creativity.

About the show

The goal of the podcast is to facilitate connections with and to learn from the successes, struggles, life experience, and wisdom of the people featured, most of whom live and create in Austin, Texas. The honest conversational flow of these weekly long form interviews lends itself to some really great insights and information that is available to anyone who wants to listen. Join us to explore the origins, stories, lessons, lives and work of those in our community who are at the forefront of creative expression. The podcast is hosted by photographer, art enthusiast and collector, Scott David Gordon.

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  • Episode 3: Shea Little - EAST and the Artist

    October 28th, 2017  |  1 hr 1 min
    austin, big medium, canopy austin, creative standard, east austin studio tour, generous art, shea little, texas biennial

    The executive director of Big Medium shares how that organization got started, it's mission, in addition to the history of the East Austin Studio Tour, WEST, and the Texas Biennial. We also talk about his beginnings in art and a new project that could standardize through collaboration some essential resources for artists and their businesses.

  • Episode 2: Troy Campa - Architecture to Art Gallery

    October 21st, 2017  |  58 mins
    art gallery, art tours, camiba, collecting art, selling art, troy campa

    Such a delightful and informative conversation with Troy Campa of CAMIBAart Gallery, located in the Flatbed Building. From architecture to art gallery, we talk about Troy's career shift from being an architect to selling art full time for three years and all that he has learned.

  • Episode 1: Stephen Clark - Austin History and the Photographic Gallery

    October 14th, 2017  |  1 hr 13 mins
    art, austin history, digital, editioning, photo gallery, pricing, selling photography, stephen clark

    A wide ranging conversation with gallery owner and Austin historian Stephen L Clark about how he got started, the many people he has met along the way, selling art, and what it has been like to run a photography gallery in Austin for almost 25 years.