The Many Shades of Green delves into topics that affect the environment in Brooklyn and beyond, as we move to raise social awareness via culture, politics, the environment and the arts. Watch to their interview with co-founder of ArtCube Nation, Eva Radke.
"The ArtCube Army emerged as a New York–based, pandemic-focused offshoot while unemployed film industry workers pivot in a time of crisis—a natural fit for people in their line of work, Radke and Bednark say."
On this episode of Beyond the Set New York, join us as we discuss film and television in New York with Eva Radke of ArtCube Nation, which is a place where film and television freelancers and professionals can seek out new job opportunities and where industry professionals can buy and sell leftover art and set materials.
As SXSW wraps up, the conversation about Art Cube Nation continues. Liz Minot and Eva Radke, founders of Art Cube Nation, a new platform being developed to help fill the unmet need of freelance creatives, talk about how important community is for freelance artists.
"While often done by word of mouth, the process of set sharing and rentals is increasingly aided by websites such as ArtCube Nation, which connects crewmembers who have materials to give with those in search of materials to take."
Meet Eva! Founder of ArtCube Nation, a professional social network dedicated to the unique needs of freelance creatives and enterprises in film, print, and events. Eva has built ArtCube Nation with her cofounder Liz from a google group to a growing multi-city platform, met her cofounder on craigslist nearly 20 years ago.
The shortage of basic protection is what made Eva Radke, founder of the film and TV art department network ArtCube, spring into action. “When it’s an emergency, it’s an emergency,” Eva says. “Our doctors are wearing trash bags. We’re on it. We can do this. We’re able.”