Creative Guts would like to give shoutouts to the awesome individuals and organizations who have supported the show through donating music, recording space, etc. You should should check out the awesomeness of these fine folks:
ART UP FRONT STREET STUDIOS & GALLERY
and ROSE BRYANT & MAL ARGONDIZZA
Creative Guts is lucky enough to have the opportunity to record some episodes at the amazing Art Up Front Street Studios & Gallery, due to the generosity of owners Rose Bryant and Mal Argondizza. This is a very special space, filled to the brim with art and creativity.
Another special thanks to all the other artists who rent studios here, who have been so respectful of when we're recording. You all are freakin' rockstars.
Whether providing background music to all the Creative Catalogue episodes to offering up music to Creative Guts videos, Bug has been an amazing champion of this podcast. He is an extremely talented musician, artist, and writer and you should check him out on Instagram and Spotify.
Thank you Bug!
The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts is an all-volunteer, community art initiative dedicated to the accessibility of contemporary works made by regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists. Founded in 2011, the RMFA works to enrich people’s lives through the presentation of fine art. The permanent collection and other rotating exhibitions are on display in Suite 135 and the halls of the James W. Foley Memorial Community Center and at the Rochester Public Library.
Creative Guts and the RMFA support each other through sponsorship, marketing, and creative collaboration. We are thrilled to have the RMFA as a partner as they have been a pillar of the creative community in New Hampshire and continue to do amazing and important things for the granite state. Many of the artists we have interviewed on the podcast have shown at the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts and vice versa!
AARON WRIGHTSMAN & GEOFF LAKE
The Creative Guts team get a lot done. We are go-getters. Sometimes we go too much! Which is why we must thank our husbands. These two sweethearts provide eternal support and understanding. They both are creatives themselves and have given lots of helpful feedback on the podcast, especially when it was in development.
You two are the best in the whole word. No joke.