Calendar desktop wallpaper to help you stay organized with the year at a glance and artwork to keep you inspired all year long.
Ever struggle with imposter syndrome, procrastination or comparison? Most creatives have at some point. In this workshop with life and mindset coach Tammie Bennett, you will learn mindset shifts to help you overcome these obstacles so you can spend your time creating.
In an effort to learn how to pack better — and lighter — for her next trip, Stephanie Escheveste asked some artists who do work on the go about what they pack. She found that each artist has their own unique set of art supplies, based on their own practice. Instead of packing their whole studio, they each select only the essential items and have found that the limitations actually help them be more creative.
The word craft is used for everything from the work of highly regarded makers to hobbyists who sew, knit, make pots, turn wood, and hammer iron, to the awful foam stickers that appear for birthday party ‘crafts.’ While none of these are less valid for what they are, there is a big difference between them.
Mood boards are a wonderful tool to get un-stuck, organized, or inspired. Use a mood board to tighten your vision for a project and refine the aesthetic.
Slumps don’t last forever. There are concrete actions you can take to make the connection again. It comes down to taking a break or making a change.
As soon as we start consuming we compare and that is the worst thing for your creativity. Creativity is allowing yourself to be you. Make that happen.
Carrie Bloomston teaches how to make sure your professional goals come from both head and heart. A vision board project is included in this webinar!