One of the main goals of the Three Questions format is to allow artists of every level to learn from their peers. It affords one artist a window into the mental and physical process of a fellow artist in order to possibly grow themselves. In doing so, you the listener also benefits. Through these podcasts we learn there is only one way to do things: The way that works best for you, whether it’s the process of others or one you created on your own.
In this particular episode, Gutter Talk alumni Ted Washington and Sam Wallace sit down for a three question conversation touching on topics such as being an artist and homeless to a process suggestion that may surprise you in a “Hey, I never thought of it that way” kinda way. Though if you know Ted, it makes perfect sense.
These are Ted’s three questions.
Question 1: What was the moment that made you say, “This is what I want to do with the rest of my life.”
Question 2: If you could choose one medium of art to work in for the rest of your life, what medium would that be?
Question 3: What do you believe is something everybody should do in their process that you believe most people don’t do?
Ted Washington (@tedwa)
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Sam Wallace (@SammyMayhem)