I love a good mash-up. You know, a bit from column A and a bit from column B smushed together and suddenly you’ve got something brand new! Historically speaking, mash-ups are how innovation works. People rarely invent something from scratch. It’s the brilliance of putting two things together (or twenty things together) to create something new and necessary. Here’s the official definition from Merriam-Webster:
On today’s podcast, Mom and I discuss mash-ups and why they matter in art. We also wander through a lot of chatter about teaching, learning, and being lazy. You can listen the audio version of the podcast here or wherever you like to get podcasts. Or you can watch the video version on my YouTube Channel.
Be sure to check out the mash-ups in The Artful Holiday class.
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