Windowsill Chats is a podcast for artists and creatives who are curious about what it's like to live, work & walk a creative path. You'll find honest stories, refreshing tips, artistic business advice and real conversations with global artists & makers just like you. Host Margo Tantau, a 30+ year Creative Director, Product Designer & maker, is a cheerleader for your success. Come grab a cuppa & join her in her sunny windowsill.
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Margo chats with Healthy Aging Expert, Lisa Murphy. You may be wondering what that has to do with creativity but Lisa has reinvented herself several times throughout her life and encourages and empowers her clients to do the same. Creator of the RAV ... more
Sharing an episode from our friends over at Broken Record. On Broken Record, acclaimed producer Rick Rubin, bestselling author Malcom Gladwell, and former New York Times editor Bruce Headlam talk with the musicians you love about their lives, inspira... more
Margo sits down with West Coast based photographer Christopher Dibble.Chris studied at Art Center College of Design and has spent his career photographing projects for commercial and editorial clients, designers, artists, and architects. Specializing... more
I have listened to every episode of Margo’s chats. She engages with each interviewee in a relaxed conversation, where I’m either learning something new, or nodding in agreement that I, too, have had a similar experience. I also have to add that an interviewer’s voice can either make, or break, whether I listen, and Margo’s voice is always so welcoming!
I’ve been meaning to leave a review for a long time and it always slips my mind - embarrassing to admit that. The episode I listened to today (92) was extra special and really got to me. I just knew I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to thank Margo and her guest Beth for their generous info and inspiring chat. Guess who’s going to be writing some emails and beefing up their bio? ;) more
May 27 th episode was very inspiring. Thank you! I needed it.
I save my windowsill chat podcasts for a time when I will not be interrupted, my commute to work or a long walk. As a health professional working with the elderly, I hear the wonderful personal stories they share, and the dreams they wish they had acted upon. It is inspiring to listen to creatives who believe in themselves and their talent. I am creative, a music therapist and a dabbler in many art forms. Water color class led to mixed media, which led to rug punch and now needle felting. And yo... more
I love everything about this podcast - from the warm and friendly host, Margo, to the always interesting guests, even the theme song brings a smile to my face. This one is a real gem!
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Windowsill Chats launched 2 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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