The Conversation Art Podcast T-shirts are here!

Now you can support the podcast and get a great t-shirt simultaneously. Featuring the podcast’s notoriously banned “P-word” on the front, and logo on the back, the shirt comes in four colors (black, heather grey, navy and charcoal grey), and two different thicknesses: 5.3oz feels like a normal shirt and 4.5oz is a softer style (Urban Outfitters-like) .

Cost is $26.25 ($20 per shirt and $6.25 for shipping) via Venmo. Please email for my Venmo user name to pay that way, or if you want to simply pay with Paypal (see link both on upper right and below text), it’s $27.30 (to account for Paypal’s fee).

For multiple t-shirts, a $6.25 flat rate box can fit three rolled up shirts; a medium size box is $12 and can probably fit 6 to 8 rolled up shirts; and a large box is $17 and should hold up to 15 shirts. These are US Postal Service Flat Rates.


Do you like The Conversation podcast? The Conversation is solely a listener-supported show and we rely on support from you. We welcome all donations and partnership opportunities.


We are now on Patreon, a great platform for supporting the ongoing endeavor of this podcast. Patreon features built-in rewards and gives you, the contributor, greater power as a donator to the show. You can make a pledge to the podcast HERE.

Donations to the show are always very welcome. Even modest contributions of $12 or $20 are very much appreciated, and if you donate $25 or more, or pledge $3 per month via Patreon, you’ll be put on the special contributor list and be send all of our bonus episodes.

You can also make one-time donations via PayPal (‘Donate’ button below) or if you prefer to send a check you may email us for an address. If you do use PayPal, please select the ‘Family’ option of payment, and we won’t be charged PayPal’s 3% commission fee.

Thank you in advance for your support!



You can help by reviewing The Conversation Podcast on iTunes. This will help to bring in more listeners and grow the show’s visibility. All you have to do is visit the iTunes page and leave a nice comment or review and a high rating.



We would love to hear your story for the ‘Don’t call us’ segment of our program. Just go to the Don’t call us web page and tell us your disastrous art story.




We will be happy to feature an ad on our website and give you a special big thanks on the Podcast to advertise your service to all of our listeners. Just contact us.