Belief is the gravity and the helium of our hearts.
Speaking Truth To Power by Jess Pillmore, Artistic Director “For far too many years, I held onto the idea that love was conditional — and so I would look for...
We are experiencing the law of diminishing returns. The industrial revolution has taken its toll on how we, as artists, learn and teach. Only teaching artists can stop it.
Your art starts right here with how you choose to handle the unknown.
The more you own who you are in this moment, in this skin, in this conscious reality, the more you expand your possibilities in your art.
Whether you’re claiming your horizon or defining your non-negotiables, there is one solid ingredient that you must own first: your identity. We all have one (or many) we actively use,...
If you’re in it for the long haul, if you want to do more than survive, it’s imperative to learn when to say no.
Guest blogger, Melissa Bergstrom, gives some helpful tips to consciously develop a supportive and challenging creative community. (Holiday Trees by Annie Spratt, cc) It’s mid December already (despite the lack of...
(Photo by Dennis Wilkinson, cc) Art lives in the unknown. It is a personal exploration of “what if…” And yet, that is not what most schools and business practices model....
“Defining non-negotiables with my art sounds nice, but there’s no way. I won’t be able to pick and choose projects. Once I get out of college, I’ll have bills to pay, rent,...
The world is shifting to a role of stewardship not ownership. How does this affect parenting, animal rights, media, artistry, and education? A ton!
Devising allows you to build the muscles of inventing, playing, and editing in real time, on your feet.
You're going to have one of those days, when everything goes wrong... You can count on it. But I have the panacea. No, seriously, I do.
We live in a collaborative world. Very little, if anything, is truly done alone without any guidance or contribution from another person.
But here's a truth that set me free, and I offer it to you: There is only one you. You are all of your identities.
Devising life. Losing players. Coming to terms with not knowing. All with love.
In Amanda Palmer's revealing and generous book, "The Art of Asking", she pinpoints what her entire artistic drive has been towards: "PLEASE. BELIEVE ME. I'M REAL. THIS HURTS."