How the Arts were Won
By How the Arts were Won
The intersection of politics, culture, and the arts. Hosted by executive Matt Joseph Misetich (Pipeline Media Group) and writer / multi-multi-hyphenate Michelle Daniel.
How the Arts were WonNov 28, 2022
S2 Ep3 - The Art of Writing for TV: A Conversation with Writer Sean Collins-Smith
A “quietly intense” chat about TV storytelling + a bts glimpse into being staffed on a series, with writer Sean Collins-Smith (Chicago PD). BONUS CONTENT, YOU’RE WELCOME: a brief exploration of Peggy from Mad Men.
May 30, 202354:16
S2 Ep2 - The Art of Winning the War on Truth: A Conversation with Author Samuel C. Spitale
Battling disinformation is difficult—unless you have an illustrated guide with neat pictures. Author Samuel C. Spitale talks about his unprecedented book “How to Win the War on Truth: An Illustrated Guide to How Mistruths Are Sold, Why They Stick, and How to Reclaim Reality.”
Apr 23, 202301:04:26
S2 Ep1 - The Art of ‘Court 17:’ A Conversation with Screenwriter Elad Ziv
Warning: this is another episode drawing lines between sports and the arts. But it’s fascinating. Promise. Winner of Script Pipeline’s First Look Project with his time-loop thriller “Court 17,” Elad Ziv talks about getting repped, making the Black List, and finding his path to screenwriting.
Feb 12, 202349:06
S1 Ep6 - The Art of NaNoWriMo
Did you know writing 3,000 words a day is harder than it seems? November is National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo), which is a rad if you have the time and the motivation and a story idea. This episode features a bonus opening musical number for FREE, so you’re welcome.
Nov 28, 202230:40
S1 Ep5 - The Art of ‘Art and Life:’ A Conversation with Author Nicole Tersigni
The Coffee Table Book has evolved. We have proof. Author of ‘Men to Avoid in Art and Life’ and ‘Friends to Keep in Art and Life,’ writer and generally humorous Twitterer Nicole Tersigni reveals the origins of her already-popular and soon-to-be-iconic-one-day-if-we-had-to-bet book series.
Oct 02, 202233:23
S1 Ep4 - The Art of Conferences
What a snoozefest topic … but wait! It isn’t! Not really anyway! A short but in-depth chat about the current state and future of conferences in the arts. With a metaverse twist and special mystery guest, self-proclaimed “conference junkie” J***** B*******.
Aug 22, 202228:47
S1 Ep3 - The Art of Sport: A Conversation with Jack Baric (GameChange)
There are many parallels between artists and athletes, and--lucky you--we touch upon some of them here for a small but fervent dose of inspiration. Guest: documentary filmmaker and co-founder of the new sports empowerment company GameChange, Jack Baric.
Jul 17, 202257:39
S1 Ep2 - The Art of Open Discourse: On Theater-Going, Acting, and Nepotism
A two-hander with comments on the state of streaming and movies, actors playing roles they "shouldn't" be playing, and biblical levels of nepotism.
Jun 26, 202237:57
S1 Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 2)
The second part of Episode 1, where we fall deep in the weeds on the culture of comedy ... Guests: stand-up comics / writers / newly minted playwrights Bret Raybould and Cristian Duran, writers of "Race: The Movie: The Play."
Jun 07, 202235:51
S1 Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 1)
How to be funny in an unfunny world, featuring a special apology to Kellogg’s. Guests: stand-up comics / writers / newly minted playwrights Bret Raybould and Cristian Duran, writers of "Race: The Movie: The Play." Swear to God, that’s the title.
May 21, 202258:40
Ep0 - The Art of First Episodes
Why art is politics, the ennui of Columbus (Indiana), breakfast tacos, a quick word on cancel culture, [redacted content], and a preview of things to come.
May 18, 202228:18