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One of the stumbling blocks of a creative is knowing when to do their creative thing full time. When is the right time to say, “I am good enough and I want to see if I can make a living doing this.” It’s a tough question to answer for many people.

This is what I had in mind when Qube Gallery gave me the opportunity to talk to some of the artists they flew in from Manila. Reen Barrera, Terence Eduarte and Jepoy Santos (Mister S) were incredibly generous with their time and stories. I learned a lot about what it is like to make that switch to a life of art. And I got a glimpse of what it was like to be living that life in Manila.

In this episode, we talked about their art, about their journey from employee to artist, about the art community in Manila, and learning from employment.

Enjoy the episode!


Camping Trip in Qube Gallery

Reen Barrera

Terence Eduarte

Jepoy Santos (Mister Sasquatch)

Magic the Gathering Cards

Bart Bros (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Wyndelle Remonde (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)


Vinyl on Vinyl

Asylum de Busa

Where can you find them?

Reen Barrera

Terence Eduarte

Mark jeffrey R. Santos

This podcast is brought to you by Qube Gallery. They are the premier art space in Cebu City and has been working with artists to initiate, create and showcase contemporary art and ideas.

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Music is Piano March by Audionautix

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