Podcast with Chris Malone

I love Chris–he’s more fun to talk to than just about anybody on the planet. We did a remarkable job in this podcast:  usually we crack each other up so much that it would be difficult for anyone else to understand us; we kept the chortling to a bare minimum and acted like Serious Adults here.

Chris’s story of how he discovered his path is amazing, and I think it’s also important for young artists to hear how he made his way to what he’s doing today from his childhood, which he describes as “being a gay black boy in Southern Indiana.” His mom expected him to study hard and be a doctor or a lawyer, but he knew that wasn’t what he wanted to do with his life. He moved to Boston, had a lot of really interesting jobs (zoo keeper, fashion model), and found not only his path in life and in art but also his people: the people who love what he does and collect what he creates.

Click on the photo to listen to the podcast, and then go here to see more of Chris’s work. You can find out more about Chris in my book, Creative Time and Space, which you can find here.

Chris Malone

Ricë also blogs at The Voodoo Cafe.


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