A Philosophy of Art for the Digital Age


Today, being a “starving artist” is so passé …

You already know the Internet has the potential to put your creations in front of a much wider audience than you’d have at an art show at your local coffee shop.

But, this week, Editor-in-Chief host Stefanie Flaxman and photographer Bryan Formhals talk about the lesser-known benefits of living the life of an artist online that are essential to having a fulfilling creative career.

In this 36-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman and Bryan Formhals discuss:

  • Why you must be intentional about the content you publish online
  • The difference between a curator and an editor
  • How Bryan’s blog evolved into a print magazine and then a podcast
  • Why Bryan loves copy editors
  • The benefits of collaboration
  • What improv can teach you about consistently writing strong content
  • Why it’s important to find and connect with the “right people”
  • The value of a small audience
  • The definition of art

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