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Favianna Rodriguez, Anne Martin + The Power of Print with Erin Yoshi
Episode 1142nd March 2021 • Not Real Art • Crewest Studio
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For women, the time is now. Today Erin Yoshi begins her month-long takeover of the Not Real Art Podcast with a focus on uplifting women in the arts. We kick things off by finding out a little more about Erin, who is a creative strategist that paints stirring murals. As a curator, producer, former nonprofit executive, and now podcast host, Erin interviews two raw and powerful women for today’s episode: Favianna Rodriguez and Anne Martin. To start, listeners will learn about Favianna’s journey through art and how it has served as a way for her to express her experiences and the struggles of the oppressed. We then find out from Anne about her own history in art, the intricacies of printmaking, and the substantial value that comes with it. Following this, we tuck into the subtle and not-so-subtle undertones of Favinanna and Anne’s artwork before we unpack why prints can be so empowering. Both Favianna and Anne open up on the democratizing nature of prints and why tier value to society is misunderstood. After packing away print myths, Anne shares takeaways from her successful print clients. She expresses the importance of brand while Favianna doubles down on how artists can create fellowship. Toward the end of the episode, Favianna and Anne share their personal stories and touch on their respective vocational endeavors: The Center for Cultural Power and Sugar Press, respectively. To hear more on the power of print, women and marginalized empowerment, education, and wealth generation be sure to join us today!


Key Points From This Episode:

  • Our exciting changes for the month of March.
  • Introducing your takeover host, Erin Yoshi!
  • A little bit more about Erin.
  • We welcome our guests Favianna Rodriguez and Anne Martin.
  • Favianna on the social justice undertones in her work.
  • Anne talks about her early art experiences.
  • Favianna walks us through her printmaking process. 
  • Why printmaking does not devalue work and is still authentic.
  • Printmaking and its power of accessibility.
  • Anne’s takeaways from clients who are successful in prints.
  • The relationship between art and fellowship.
  • Anne talks about the ethics behind Sugar Press.
  • Favianna shares details on The Center For Cultural Power.
  • How Favianna has become a successful artist.
  • Anne shares insight into how her artist clients have created their success.
  • Favianna’s recipe for success.

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