Aug 26, 2014
This week on The JellyVision Show, we get a fresh perspective on life from Artprepreneur, Pete Moss. Pete is a modern day hermit, fresh off forest life. He has been living in the remote forests of Oregon for an indeterminate amount of time in order to write the next, great Amercan novel. We talk to Phil about his intense wilderness influences and his controversial writing process which involves nano-goals.
Special Thanks to Brandon Fisher for discovering Pete Moss. Brandon is a DC area comic and you can find his next show by catching him on Facebook.
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Aug 12, 2014
Last week on The JellyVision Show, we took a departure from our usual show format in order to take some time to pass along things we've learned from our Artrepreneurial guests over the years. As creative entrepreneurs ourselves, we are passionate about living the creative life and helping others do the same.
In this week's episode, we pick up where we left off with more tips for the Creative Entrepreneur. We also discuss our successes and failures in our own pursuits. We hope you find some inspiration here and we would love to hear your story and get your feedback. Don't be shy!
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Aug 6, 2014
This week on The JellyVision Show, we take time to reflect on what we have learned over the years from interviewing hundreds of incredible artists & creatives. We feel deeply grateful and fortunate to have met so many unique, incredible, talented people. Each and every one of our guests has left us inspired and we've learned so much from them!
We also share our tips for becoming a kickass creative entrepreneur. These are things we have learned by being creative entrepreneurs ourselves and by choosing to live a creative life. This is a special 2 Part episode of The JellyVision Show that we hope inspires other creative souls to take the next step towards being a successful Artrepreneur.
Tim & Jelly's 10 Tips for Being a KickAss Creative Entrepreneur (Part 1):
1. Declutter Your Mind (Tim)
2. Fix Your Mindset (Jelly)
3. The Law of Supply & Demand Applies to You (Jelly)
4. Find Your Abundance (Tim)
5. Understand Your Value to The World (Jelly)
6. Manage & Eliminate Distractions (Tim)
7. Get a Business License (Jelly)
8. Take The Plunge (Tim)
9. Be Able to Take Payments Anytime, Anywhere (Jelly)
10. ABC= Always Be Creating (Jelly)
Jul 29, 2014
We unleashed our imaginations during this episode of The JellyVision Show with the help of visionary artist, Anthony D'Amico and the Golden Ticket Kids.
Anthony D'Amico is a self-taught artist who works with glass, metal and other materials to create three dimensional artwork with a strong message for society. His message is anti-art, anti-culture and anti-establishment. Anthony wants us all to break free from programming of all kinds and reclaim our original identities. He is embarking on his biggest project to date, The Glass Factory show and event on November 15th. Make sure to claim your free, limited edition, handmade Golden Ticket that will allow you to become a migrant worker, enter mysterious rooms, taste glass candy, be enlightened and of course buy some incredible, one of a kind works of art by Anthony. Described as Willy Wonka meets Clockwork Orange, It's sure to be an experience you will never forget. But don't forget your Golden Ticket!
Speaking of Golden Tickets! Meet the real Golden Ticket Kids. Now adults, Paul Benatar and Vanessa Chucklebelt began receiving mysterious Golden Tickets as kids and they haven't stopped appearing at the strangest times through their adulthood. Each ticket requires them to enter a different factory and have a different, difficult experience. Wait until you hear their fantastic Andy Warhol Factory story.
Special thanks to Conor O'Rourke and Jon Milstein from the hilarious improv troupe, Porkchop Volcano. You can see PorkChop Volcano on August 9th at 9pm for zero cheese at The Arlington Cinema and Draft House. They are there a couple Saturday nights a month. Follow them on Twitter and Like them on Facebook!