What is it like to make your living with your art? The fame? The fortune? The Limos? Each of us has a unique creativity but only a few pursue their artistic impulses... and only a few of those are able to make their living at it. The rest wonder---chip away at their novel, poem, songwriting, painting Wonder if they should give it a go. Is to too late? Tonight we'll get acquainted with three who have pursued the artistic life. Rick Stevenson is an accomplished Director/Writer/Producer whose latest movie, EXPIRATION DATE was filmed in Seattle, has been invited to over 50 film festivals around the world and has taken over 30 prizes. Jeff Berryman is a playwright, novelist, actor, and teacher probably best known for "Leaving Ruin," his novel and one-man show that chronicle the story of Cyrus Manning, a West Texas pastor. Sam Vance has been active in the Pacific Northwest arts scene for 20 years in a number of different mediums including music, theatre and the visual arts. He is currently the Director of Public Programming for Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum in Seattle. Photo above shows a winged Sam Vance at The Glass Museum.