• A podcast about the big and small ways artists can change the world.

    Discover the unconventional approaches that artists/creatives have developed to create unique results in their lives and careers. Learn how you can apply these ideas to transform your own work.

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    My guest on this episode is Alie B. Gorrie, an actor and advocate who's on a mission to create a more inclusive world. Through her work on stage as a performer, as an inclusion consultant for theatres and as the co-producer of ABLE: a series which is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Alie B....
    My guest on this episode is the Performer, Director/Choreographer and Photographer, Billy Bustamante. As a theatre artist, Billy contributes to the theatre community as a performer and as a creative. He has performed in The King and I at Lincoln Center, Here Lies Love for the Public Theater, on...
    My guest on this episode is the Australian performer, composer and playwright Bradley McCaw. Bradley has performed his show "The Fastest Piano in the West" around the world as a headline cruise ship act, his musical "Becoming Bill" will have a brand new production at Brisbane's Powerhouse Arts...
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    Creativity is about carving out a space for exploration.


    The name Studio Time is inspired by the author Amy Whitaker who flags the idea that anyone, not just a working artist, can benefit from designated space and time to explore.


    To me, the studio is a place the artist holds as sacred. It’s where you do the work that moves you from where you are, towards the artist you hope to be. A studio can take many forms, from the big open and airy rehearsal space, to the table in the corner of the kitchen or bedroom at home that you put aside for your creative work.


    Time spent in the studio is designated purely for creativity, and when we’re in it we can set aside what is, and imagine what can be.


    The Studio Time podcast explores how you can be an artist in today’s world. What does it take to set aside the time and space to be creative? As the nature of work for people in all industries is changing, where do we stand as artists? Our business models and methods of distribution are in a state of flux - giving you the amazing opportunity to not only be creative about the work you make, but how you get it in front of your audience, the people you’re making it for.


    Spend an hour experiencing the world through someone else’s lens and think about how their lessons might be applicable to you.


    Hosted by Matthew Carey

    Teacher. Writer. Musical Director. Pianist.


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