Creativity: Hustlers Fakers & Thieves

The Market Says You’re Not Worth It; Value with Laleh Khorramian

Laleh Khorramian was born in 1974 in Tehran, Iran.[1][2] She was raised in Orlando, Florida.[1] Khorramian studied at the Rhode Island School of Design; followed by study at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she earned a BFA degree in 1997.[3] She earned her MFA degree in 2004, from Columbia University, School of Visual Arts.[3]

Animation, digital media and found footage supplements use of traditional artistic media in her practice, like collage, mono-typing and drawing. In a vacillating process between them, Khorramian integrates fiction with spectacle and theatre constructions to explore the discarded and chance outcomes as a creative strategy.

Khorramian is a recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant[4] and the Gottlieb Foundation Grant.

Introducing Master and Apprentice

Welcome to the podcast Creativity: Hustlers, Fakers, and Thieves. Our first episode introduces you to Gary Rogowski, host, Master Craftsman, and author. His Apprentice is Ali Meghdadi, woodworker and scholar. They discuss the format of the podcast and begin to examine some of the issues that working artists face. Issues such as Curiosity, Practice, and […]