Art Export Series – How to Start a Podcast and Make it Work

Published On: February 19th, 2021|Categories: Knowledge|Tags: , , , , |

In today’s digital world, how do you navigate exporting your work beyond your postal code?

As part of Artscape Daniels Launchpad’s 2020 Online Programming, several artists, arts managers, and industry experts hosted online Art Export Bootcamps to share their best legal and business advice to sell and produce art internationally.

Those online Art Export Bootcamps have now been made available as 6 free downloadable guides! These guides aim to equip artists of various disciplines with the necessary knowledge to confidently collaborate and share your art and services globally, be they physical or virtual.

Featured this week, How to Start a Podcast and Make it Work from Resident Expert, Marco Timpano – Download the Guide here!

Podcasting is a very personal medium that offers rare levels of creative control and rewards niche interests and points of view. The low barriers to entry mean that there is both tremendous opportunity and saturation of content. Doing your research, investing in production quality, and being thoughtful about where your podcast fits into the landscape can position you to rise through the field. Once you get through the initial technical barriers, you will be ready to take on the much greater challenge of building an audience and monetizing your podcast.


Marco Timpano (@therealmarcotimpano) is the author of 25 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started My Podcast. He is an award-winning podcaster, voice-over artist, and performer. His podcasts include: The Insomnia Project, Eat & Drink, Every Place is the Same, and Born on This Day Podcast.

Click here to learn more and view upcoming workshops at Artscape Daniels Launchpad.





Art Export Guide Acknowledgements:

Chris Penrose
Nabil Shash
Alicia Roberts
Sebastein Miller
Sofia Doudine
Branded Fox

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts. Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.


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About the Author: Claire Leighton

Claire is a content contributor during the development of artsUNITE/UNITE des arts. Claire enjoys hiking with her dogs and attending live/virtual music shows.

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