Episode 19 – “Southern Exposure”

Show Notes: On this episode I (Lin Workman) talk about exposure- the good, the bad, and the ugly I’ve experienced as an artist and comics creator. I also discuss some of the promotions I’ve done in the past, and try to share what to do (or not do) when promoting yourself and/or project. Don’t die from exposure or get arrested for exposing yourself to others- learn from my mistakes and learn how to judge what’s good or bad exposure for you.

I hope you’re staying safe, staying warm, and staying tooned..!

Lin Workman (art/blog site)www.linworkman.com

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Lin on Instagram@linworkmanart

Why I Charge What I Charge   

Southern Exposure- What’s Good Exposure And What’s Not

“Expose THIS!” My True Feelings On Working For Free

“Bidding In Memphis” (Orphem Theatre Annual Auction)

“My Phantom of the Opera chair goes for “chair-ity”- The Orpheum’s Annual Auction”

Lin by Lin- My “Hamilton” Painting For The Orpheum’s 38th Annual Auction

“The Art Show Is Afoot!”

“Elementary:The many friends and family of Lin Workman”

“My “Frankie Goes To Hollywood” Art Show Reception At Theatre Memphis Was A Monster Of A Good Time!”




Theme: Silly Bank Heist” by Steve Oxen. Additional news music by David Fesliyan.

©2020 Fesliyan Studios Inc. – music and sound effects used by permission.

Run time: 45min 4sec

Commercial Appeal newspaper “Go Memphis” section.

Orpheum Theatre’s Annual Auction (and painted canvas chairs).

Memphis Flyer newspaper “Young Frankenstein” ad.

Art for “Young Frankenstein” at Theatre Memphis.