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Ep 232 - Old Master NFT Catch Up
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A friendly catch up with Alan Raggett who has held in his hands some of the greatest artworks in existence. Also, a continuation of our step-by-step guide to the NFT world with help from Tania Rivilis David Cheifetz, and special guest Laurence Fuller.
The NFT part starts at 1 hour in.

Referenced in this Episode

Maya Noise by John DaltonIt’s out! My audiobook Maya Noise

The Bennett Prize –  https://thebennettprize.org/

Dialogues for artists in a changing world –  https://dialoguesforartists.com/

Alan Raggatt’s Instagram  – @alan.raggett

Previous NFT Episode – https://www.johndalton.me/podcast/ep-228-nft-catch-up/

Tania’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/tania_rivilis

David’s Twitter – https://twitter.com/davidcheifetz

My Twitter – https://twitter.com/john_dalton

Hashtag – #gentlydoesitnfts

 


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