Not Real Art

The NOT REAL ART podcast celebrates creative culture and the artists who make it. NOT REAL ART is fresh, fun and inspiring. It contains material not suitable for pretentious art snobs. Guests include the world-class artists, designers and creatives who drive the $2T creative economy. NOT REAL ART is hosted by L.A. based art world insiders Man One and Sourdough who bring their devil-may-care attitude to discussing their mutual love — and hate — for the contemporary art world, creative culture, and everything in between. If you're an an arts professional or creative culture enthusiast, NOT REAL ART is for you!

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h2m. Bisher sind 152 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 10 hours 14 minutes


episode 146: Art World Horror Stories Vol. 2: So Disrespectful, It’s Scary!

Welcome to Volume 2 of Art World Horror Stories, where we share the stories we have collected from our larger network of artists and creators...



episode 145: Art World Horror Stories Vol. 1: Virgin Nightmares

Today we are starting a new segment, something terrifying, something horrifying; introducing Art World Horror Stories! Over the last couple of weeks, we have been collecting stories from our larger network of artists and creators, intended as cautionary tales, or reminders about how wrong things can go in the world of art and beyond...



episode 144: Launching Our New Segment: Gringo & The Man

In this episode we welcome our original co-host, artist Man One, back to launch our new segment Gringo and The Man, where a middle-aged white dude (aka Scott “Sourdough” Power) and an O.G. Latino graffiti artist (aka Man One) talk about living in a world gone loco! This premiere of Gringo and The Man takes NOT REAL ART back to its roots, to a time when Sourdough and Man One just hung out, talking about whatever they want, and having a good time...



episode 143: Daniela Garcia: Winner of the 2021 NOT REAL ART Grant for Artists

Although we may see what’s happening on the U.S-Mexican border on the news, how many of us truly understand the plight of people who are stuck there or those who have made it across but live in constant fear? Daniel Garcia is a first-generation Mexican American artist and a 2021 NRA Grant Winner. Along with this, she is also an art educator and just an all-around incredible human being. In today’s episode, we hear about why Daniel is so passionate about the border and immigrant-related issues...



episode 142: Sourdough's Hotline: 833-668-7325

On today's show, Sourdough encourage listeners to call in and leave messages on the hotline: 833-668-7325


 2021-09-14  43m

episode 141: Gair Maxwell: Inspiring Leaders to Create Legendary Brands

Have you ever wondered how certain people and companies achieve larger-than-life status? Well, today’s guest has some theories about what legends are made of, with empirical evidence to back them up! International brand consultant Gair Maxwell has worked with some of the world’s most dynamic organizations, including Apple, Caterpillar, NAPA, and Virginia Tech...


 2021-09-07  1h18m

Sy Smith: The Life of an Artistic Chameleon - The Conduit

“Publishing and performing rights are constantly in flux, and I find myself constantly having to keep up with that stuff.” — (@Syberspace) [0:42:48]A true artistic chameleon, today’s guest, Sy Smith, is a renowned songwriter, session singer, and actor...


 2021-09-02  1h22m

Fitz & The Tantrums: Joe Karnes and Jeremy Ruzumna - The Conduit

As musicians, finding the balance between wanting to evolve and experiment, and making the music your fans know you for is difficult. Soul pop masterminds Fitz and the Tantrums have managed to produce incredibly diverse records while maintaining, and even growing, their dedicated fanbase. Today's guests, Joe Karnes and Jeremy Ruzumna are key members of the chart-topping group. While they are mostly known for being in Fitz and the Tantrums, both Joe and Jeremy have had long musical journeys...


 2021-09-01  1h48m

Peanut Butter Wolf: Founding Stones Throw Records - The Conduit

“It's important to get your stuff heard by industry people but it's equally, if not more important, to find fans who have made it doing the stuff you're doing.” — Chris Manak [0:25:19]Founding a record label is no easy feat and making it not only survive but thrive for over 20 years is truly awe-inspiring. Stones Throw Records is one of the most prominent independent record labels, having helped develop artists like Madlib, J Dilla, MF Doom, and Anderson Paak, to name a few...


 2021-09-01  1h25m

Jack "WildChild" Brown and Miles Brown: Family, Funk, and Creative Excellence - The Conduit

“I was never like all these acting kids, who take everything so seriously, if I came out the audition room I just stopped focussing on the audition, I was just on to the next fun thing of the day.” — https://twitter...


 2021-09-01  1h39m