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 148 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 6 hours 55 minutes


The Explorers Club's Lacey Flint is Rethinking Museums

Lacey Flint, is archivist and curator of research collections at The Explorers Club, and she is passionate about its historic artifacts as accessible as possible.


 2020-05-12  1h3m

episode 78: 2019: Looking Backwards and Forwards

Welcome back to your favorite art podcast! It's a new year and we are taking this opportunity to look back on what a great year 2019 was and look to the future of Not Real Art and the creative community. For more information about artists, links and resources from this episode, please visit


 2020-03-03  54m

episode 79: DesignerCon 2019 with Mark Brickey from Adventures in Design

DesignCon is one of the undisputed highlights of the art calendar, and the event is growing from strength to strength. The Not Real Art Gallery and Man One were both repping in booths at the trade show. For more information about artists, links and resources from this episode, please visit


 2020-03-10  1h5m

episode 79: NOT REAL ART Fights Morbid Obesity + More Good News!

Artists Man One and Sourdough discuss their big plans for 2020 including Man One's personal fight against morbid obesity + much more! For more information about artists, links and resources from this episode, please visit


 2020-03-17  1h0m

episode 80: NOT REAL ART Celebrates 2019 Artist Grant Winners: Rachel O’Donnell, Beth Abaravich, Edmund Arevalo, + Thony Loui

On this episode, you will hear from artists Rachel O’Donnell, Beth Abaravich, Edmund Arevalo, and Thony Loui who discuss their experience of applying for and winning the 2019 Not Real Art Grant. For more information about artists, links and resources from this episode, please visit


 2020-03-24  41m

episode 81: NOT REAL ART Celebrates Its 2019 Artist Grant Recipient: Eben Eldridge

We’re grateful to welcome Eben Elridge onto the show today. Not only is he a talented guy with a great heart, but he is also a recipient of last year’s Not Real Art grant. For this and much more visit:


 2020-03-31  50m

episode 82: NOT REAL ART Talks to Artists Marguerite Kalhor, Monica Leal Cueva, Juliana Bustillo + c Jessie Noguchi:

In this episode, Sourdough and Cheyenne Sauter, Executive Director of Art Share L.A, talk to 2019 art grant winners Marguerite Kalhor, Monica Leal Cueva, Juliana Bustillo, and Jessie Noguchi.


 2020-04-07  55m

episode 83: The One Where Burt Reynolds Hires A Graffiti Artist

Man One shares tales about his Hollywood encounters, from being cast in stereotypical graffiti artist roles, working with Burt Reynolds and having his work featured in major motion pictures.


 2020-04-14  46m

episode 84: Linc Thelen Shares His Artistic Journey

Today we’re joined by a multitalented artist, Linc Thelen, who not only paints beautiful works of art but also designs and builds contemporary high-end homes for which he has been critically acclaimed. For more information, see photos or read the whole interview, visit our website:


 2020-04-21  57m

episode 85: How To Manage Stress with Therapist Bret Hofstein

How to manage stress during COVID-19 is the big question. Are you living your best quarantine life, learning new skills, reading books, and binge-watching Netflix? Probably not. Regardless of your circumstances, these times are stressful for everybody, and that’s why getting licensed psychotherapist Bret Hofstein on the podcast couldn’t have come at a better time. For more information, photos and links, visit our website:


 2020-04-28  1h36m