Q+A Live Discussion— Austin Kleon, Hugh MacLeod, John T. Unger and Cynthia Fedor at Stagira Studios

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Panel discussion to examine the relationship between art and money, creativity and profitability, idea and execution, and collector and artist. Cynthia Fedor (Stagira Studios, LLC), Austin Kleon (author of Newspaper Blackouts), John T. Unger and Hugh MacLeod (cartoonist and author of Ignore Everybody).

Learn more about Stagira Studios' efforts to promote a culture of art collecting and raise awareness of the breadth and depth of art and artists here.

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I'm best known as an artist and designer. Relaxing makes me tense, so I tend to put in a lot of hours on diverse projects.

On the way to a successful art career I've been a poet and writer, a tech geek, a print and web designer, illustrator, industrial designer, musician, teacher, actor, set designer and even a paid guru once.

It's all the same thing in the end— I wake up most days thinking about how I want to change, fix or improve some aspect of the world. And after a couple cups of coffee I get started on it.

My specialty is impossibility remediation: if it can't be done, I'm on it.

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