We really want to experiment with the format of this conversational show, and this week our co-host Jacob Patterson sits down for a conversation with two team members. Art Director Dino Nama and Real Talk Research Assistant Madelyn Flores listed a bunch of questions they put together after listening to prior shows and looking over some Think Tank exhibits. Patterson does a hell of a job stumbling through them and only answers like 5% of them in an hour... we also provide a little context for who Think Tank is and where we currently stand in the scheme of things. Enjoy this "behind the scenes" episode and let us know what you think!
1:23 - Reflecting on the podcast
2:40 - Jessica Bley
3:40 - Jacob gets into detail of how he got into the art world
6:15 - Transition to podcast questions
7:27 - When the Think Tank gallery was originally created what was the initial vision for the gallery? has that vision shifted along the way?
7:50 - John kennamann
8:50 - http://breweryartwalk.com
9:20 - https://www.youtube.com/user/swoozie06
11:48 - Adam Bowden: http://instagram.com/adambodenphotography
12:10 - https://www.youtube.com/user/ThinkTankCollective
12:45 - Putting go pros on couches and throwing them off roofs
12:15 - Sarah Penna’s Instagram and Twitter @sarah_penna
15:00 - Jacob explains what the Think Tank Gallery has become
15:40 - Where do you guys see the Think Tank Gallery at in 1 or 2 years? Has the gallery had a steady growth or has there been some set backs along the way? If so, how did you guys knock out those set backs?
16:03 - Jacob under threat of being arrested and went to court for an event
18:25 - Head butting a police captain
21:48 - What is your PR strategy moving forward?
22:50 - Moving out of the current Think Tank Gallery location
23:00 - http://nightonbroadway.la
25:05 - What are you guys defined by?
26:07 - If the Think Tank Gallery has to move locations, what does that mean for you guys?
28:40 - Tune into episode 8 for more on Andrew McGregor and his inspirational missions
29:28 - Looking back at episode 1 with Matt Dorado is it possible to make an event or production too simple? What critical details need to be paid attention to in every podcast?
Matt Dorado: www.thedrunkendevil.com
30:00 - What builds a Think Tank production now?
32:45 - Knowing the basics of what can shut down a production
34:00 - What are the philosophies in your life, do they relate to Andrew McGregor’s (episode 8)?
36:08 - The idea of an employer vs an employee
37:42 - How does the gallery balance taking on multiple projects at the same time; do you have any tips for the listeners?
38:45 - Separating what is urgent and what is important
41:46 - “The important things can get done before everyone wakes up or after everyone leaves the office.”
44:00 - How have you seen the podcast progress in both technical and artistic terms up to this point?
46:40 - Seth Goden https://twitter.com/ThisIsSethsBlog
The Time Ferriss Show Ep #177 with Seth Godin
49:00 - How have you focused your energy after the presidential election? Do you mix politics with your work at Think Tank Gallery?
50:50 - The Think Tank stepping out and not being afraid to say things that need to be said
54:45 - The desert with Scott Hove and mushroom trips (hear the full story on episode
55:15 - Kiran Gandhi:
55:26 - In what ways have you as directors had to exhibit improv skills similar to Jackie’s from Traphouse?
57:30 - Jacobs thoughts on having content before sharing and letting it exemplify what it is you do; not gunning for that big break unless its there.
1:02:11 - Next event at Think Tank Gallery Drinkin' Smokin' & West Coastin’ 3/18-4/20 stay updated at http://www.thinktankgallery.org
Where you can find Jacob Patterson: