Interview- Lisa Durow

This is another throwback interview I did with the trusty Flip Mino camera.

I got a call from a friend from High school.

She was telling me about her job as an occupational therapist and wanted me to meet with her music therapy group.

I met up with her in Santa Monica, and she began telling me about her experiences as an artist and working in a gallery, and I had to record it.

This is definitely one of my favorite interviews.  This is your essential conversation between creative people and the dilemma’s they face pushing forward.

Pt 1

– Art galleries and how shady the art world can be.

– What occupational therapy is.

Part 2
-What is therapy and what things can be used for therapy

-The struggle for art and to be an artist

To see her art, email: cozycozybird@yahoo.com

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2 comments

  • 09/02/2010 at 11:34 pm //

    This is Hand-down my Favorite Interview . Everything I’ve heard from the Deception in Galleries, to the Industry within the Arts, to the Quality and “Meaningfulness” of Art, and the whole concept of Occupational Therapy has blown my Mind . I may become an Occupational Therapist from watching this . No, I’m not Kidding .

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