The Gift of Creative Community

Guest blogger, Melissa Bergstrom, gives some helpful tips to consciously develop a supportive and challenging creative community.

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(Holiday Trees by Annie Spratt, cc)

It’s mid December already (despite the lack of snow in the Northeast) and the holidays are suddenly upon us. To me, holidays mean twinkle lights, hot chocolate, and cozying up with my husband and our cat for Netflix marathons in the evening while darkness falls outside. But holidays can also mean visits with family, reunions with folks we haven’t seen in awhile, and for some of us, that thought is a bit more intimidating than we might wish to admit. Spending time with family is a complicated experience for so many people, including creative souls. 

At holiday time, and year round for that matter, I make a point to surround myself with a chosen creative family, a net of kindred spirits who support me in my personal and artistic adventures. I am incredibly grateful for my tribe–kind friends who ask how a new play I’m writing is coming along, who share the tales of their latest theatre gigs with me, and with whom I can trade funny and frustrating stories of life as an artist–day jobs, auditions, and the ever evolving balancing act required to hold it all together without toppling over, taking us with it in the process.

At this time of year, we not only find ourselves spending time with people we may not see very often as we travel home for the holidays, but meeting people for the very first time at office and holiday parties as well. These social circumstances can fling us quite far from our day to day lives filled with first drafts, rehearsals, sewing projects, and baking experiments into a world where the rules seem to have changed. We might be confronted by the age old “What do you do?” question, or find ourselves being measured by new houses, pay raises, and other status symbols that can feel foreign to us.  At best, we feel disengaged, and at worst, we can begin to doubt our sense of self and our purpose. The value of our own successes, large and small, can become skewed in such a different context.  

For example, last year I got the opportunity to audition for an Equity production in Boston. As a non-Equity actor, this was a big deal for me. Although I didn’t get the role, I had a solid audition and got a wonderful compliment from the director on my cold read. My friends who are actors understood the significance of such an opportunity and celebrated with me, but when I share something like this with a family member over Thanksgiving dinner, it has the potential to fall flat. If I didn’t get cast in the end, what’s the big deal? Why does it matter so much?

In these moments, we must remind ourselves that what we are doing does matter. We must also remind others in our circle that what they are doing matters as well, and that’s what we are able to create together is indeed meaningful. There are so many ways that we can give ourselves and the people in our lives the gift of creative community this holiday season:

 1. If you have a member of your creative community nearby, make a point to schedule a get together after you return from hosting or visiting family for the holidays. Be honest with yourself about the fact that you will likely return a bit out of sorts and plan ahead for some recharging. Trade stories of family visits, laugh a little, and let yourself be comforted by the fact that you have someone who understands you in so many ways.

2. Take advantage of technology! For creative community who live far away, host a Google Hangouts or Skype session where you can catch up and share stories of your latest artistic adventures. Catch up informally, or plan themed hangouts, where you share best creative practices, like the best ways to get through writer’s block, good resources for drama lesson plans, or even your most embarrassing audition stories. Technology has made it possible for me to “hang out” with four of my graduate school friends that now live in three different time zones—incredible!

3.  Consider enlisting a few folks in your creative circle (near OR far) in a new creative endeavor. You could write a screenplay together—line by line– draw cartoons and have the other person create captions… the possibilities are endless. Do these things even if you don’t feel particularly inspired; sometimes the key to getting unstuck is to ask a friend to help you to be accountable. And don’t let distance stop you from working on a project with a friend—see #2.

4.  Find a local meet-up group and attend a meeting or event. In addition to the strong community we’ve already built, it’s never too late to reach out and make another connection. Whether it’s a knitting club that meets at your local library or a meditation seminar, you have no idea who you’ll meet. You could have a new member of your creative community just waiting to be made.

5.  Connect to the work of writers, actors, and artists whom you’ve never met when you need support. I love to watch Charlie Chaplin movies, reminding myself how many takes he did in the pursuit of the perfect film. I adore TED Talks by Elizabeth Gilbert, in which she seems to be reminding me personally to keep going, no matter how hard it may be. I also keep a whole shelf full of “creative community” books on my bookshelf for times of need. Need some ideas? I suggest The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron, Yes, Please! By Amy Poehler, and Free For All: Joe Papp, The Public, and the Greatest Theater Story Ever Told by Kenneth Turan & Joseph Papp.

Don’t be afraid to receive these gifts graciously from your creative community, and be generous with giving them to others as well. If you know someone who will be in need of some creative support after a trip home for the holidays, carve out time to connect with them. Offer a shoulder to cry on, a batch of cookies to share, or simply your presence and attention. In the end, I believe that what we all want and need as creative souls is to be seen, to be heard, and to surround ourselves with people who remind us that what we are doing matters.



Melissa is a Boston-based actor, playwright, and teaching artist who is currently the Co-Artistic Director of the Perpetual Visitors Theatre Company. She blogs regularly about creativity at

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(It’s not yet rivaling the softness of higher percentage modal fabrics used on things ranging from bedsheets to CALVIN KLEIN products&#44 but you could buy four of these for the price of one CK modal.) – Both respond well to simple stretches and bounce back. – Both have a heather-like appearance. – Both have lie-flat neck lines. – Both have tight neck collars around the neck line&#44 though neither is too tight. – Both have reasonably short shoulder lengths.WHERE THE SHIRTS DIFFER – The CANVAS is tagless&#44 NEXT LEVEL isn’t. – The CANVAS is lighter (in weight)&#44 and even folds smaller. I suspect some colors of the CANVAS may be slightly see-through&#44 however. – The CANVAS has a more modern cut (sometimes described as “regular” or “slimmer”)&#44 with a tighter profile than NEXT LEVEL&#44 which has a classic (slightly looser) cut. – Since the CANVAS has the cut it does&#44 it makes the better undershirt. But&#44 since it is cut slimmer&#44 it will look better worn on its own or under a blazer. – NEXT LEVEL is at least 2 inches longer than CANVAS&#44 but similar lengths for sleeves. Despite this&#44 CANVAS is long enough to be tucked in depending on torso and the hight of your pant line. You could bet that the NEXT LEVEL will undoubtedly stay tucked in. – NEXT LEVEL is slightly roomier around the chest and armpits. – They have different trim around the neck and sleeves. NEXT LEVEL has wider trim&#44 3/4 in&#44 and is ever-so-slightly ribbed. CANVAS has a 1/2 in trim&#44 and no ribbing. – And while both shirts have great neck’s (who doesn’t care about this these days)&#44 NEXT LEVEL’s is more classical when you think of a shirt’s neck. The NEXT LEVEL is my preferred neck line&#44 but the CANVAS is a bit more modern with the smaller trim.VERDICTWithout question&#44 both would make excellent sleep and undershirts and will challenge you to go back to cotton undershirts. (However&#44 note that at the time of this review&#44 neither triblend offers a pure-white&#44 so it wouldn’t look good under a Oxford-style button up.) But&#44 my verdict is that the CANVAS is a better look to wear out given its cut. But&#44 the slightly roomier nature of NEXT LEVEL makes it my preferred lounging and house shirt. And given how cheap both are&#44 I think you could buy both and try them out yourself. Still&#44 these shirt prove that we’re not stuck in an undershirt world consisting of HANES and FRUIT OF THE LOOM&#44 which&#44 despite their best efforts to do otherwise&#44 cannot provide a shirt this soft with a neck line that lasts. Additionally&#44 we don’t have to pay the prices of even JOCKEY or CK to get something that is super soft&#44 comfortable&#44 and stylish.~5|Tom^I will let the included photos speak for themselves. But here it is in a nutshell. I purchased these t-shirts to wear UNDER a polyester golf shirt. From my experience they are thinner&#44 softer and&#44 have more drape than a standard white t-shirt from Hanes or other popular brands. All of these things are perfect for my purpose. The quality (new) appears on par with other t-shirts. Due to their thinner nature I don’t believe they will last as long as a standard t-shirt&#44 but nor does your average t-shirt feel this soft. My wife longs to snuggle up next to me with this shirt on. The medium and large sizes appear to come close to a Hanes standard&#44 with a longer torso. Check the photos for what I measured PRIOR to washing and while draped on a table. Large= Length 28 1/2″ to 29″ long. Width 21″ to 21 1/8″. Sleeves 9″ to 9 1/4″ long by 7″ to 7 3/8″ wide. Medium=Length 27″ to 28″ long. Width 18 1/2″ to 19 1/4″. Sleeves 8 1/2″ to 8 3/4″ long by 6 1/2″ to 6 3/4″ wide. Bottom line– no funky issues with size. They are longer than Hanes standard which is a good thing in my mind. I ordered four “Triblend” t-shirts from three different vendors and all the shirts appeared to be from the same brand Canvas (see photos). I can see no reason for the higher price I paid for some shirts. They all appear to be of similar quality although they were made in differing countries. A couple of washings will tell of their quality&#44 but at this point I’m very satisfied with my purchase. If these fit your needs all indications are of happiness. I will be purchasing several more shirts. If I find any wear issues I will update if you indicate your interest in this post.~5|Allen^This review is for the white Tri-Blend Tshirt&#44 size: medium. I usually go with size small&#44 but I think I was reading other reviews and they said it fits just right for someone whose 5’10″&#44 larger in the pec/chest area. I’m kinda slim in the stomach area so this medium size makes me look like a tent 🙁 the length is on the long side. About 1 inch longer than store bought white undershirts. It’s good if you want to tuck in your shirt. Lastly&#44 the collar is weak and loose. I like my shirts to be tight around the neck – like a slight strangle feeling. Overall&#44 the quality feel of the shirt is awesome&#44 very soft and comfortable. However&#44 don’t let my opinion of the shirt dissuade you&#44 it is based on my first experience buying this company’s shirt and not knowing what you will get until you try it.Thank you Canvas for the 10% discount coupon found in my package. :)~4|Nelson Byrd^super soft and great athletic fitting shirt. I am 5′-11 and weigh about 190-195 and a large was a great fit. It is athletic fitting though&#44 so the large is great&#44 but if you have more than a little pooch&#44 you might want to go XL.~5|Tyler Durden^Seriously the best fitting t shirt I have ever owned. I’m a bit muscular&#44 and this shirt really helps with creating a nice tapered look – so you’ll look good in it even if you don’t lift. Fits true to size. 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  • nadine^I usually don’t write bad reviews but I really hate this shirt… No doubt that this is the worst t-shirt that I have ever bought.The shirt is labeled “L” but it’s probably “M”. The product description says that that it’s cotton&#44 but it feels like like 100% polyester for me… It smells bad&#44 like some kind of chemical product used to paint the check-engine logo. The logo is faded too..The shipment was SLOW. It took about a month to arrive from China. I really can’t explain why others reviewed it with 4 or 5 stars. There is no “Guerrilla T-Shirt” label on it. Looks like I got a pirated copy!~3|DanM^Good shirt. Fits well. Logo is funny and all too commonplace.~4|Sandra H.^I bought this t-shirt for my husband along with an o2 sensor for MY car. I was tired of asking for him to take care of it and turn off my check engine light. This was a perfect reminder for him without having to say anything. My co-worker liked it so much I had to order one for him!~5|MrsG^Great gift for my VW husband! The joke in the VW community is that if your check engine light isnt on&#44 then the bulb is burnt out! He loves it&#44 it fits him great&#44 and the shirt is good quality and substantial.~5|davech420^This shirt has already brought great laughs. Fits perfectly.~5|katherine^Boyfriend loved it. His truck has been having engine problems for quite some time now&#44 so this was more as a ‘haha funny shirt’ than anything. He wears it a lot&#44 really likes it. Soft shirt&#44 fits well.~5|Zachary^Whatever this material is&#44 it picks up way more dust and dirt vs other black shirts I own. Which is a bummer because I really like the design.~3|Gama.^Feels and looks like a good quality/material is not as thin as other shirts I bought that they almost look like see through them. Overall I’m happy~5|Cullen M. Crosthwaite^Great shirt for the price. Always gets a laugh!~5|Jennifer^I bought this as a gift and he loved it. It fit him well and is a nice quality&#44 soft shirt. No issues with with the wash&#44 it looks just as nice as it did when it arrived.~5|

  • M. McQueen^After a few washes the letters started to crack and peel off. That was with me washing it inside out!~4|Patrick^These shirts are ok&#44 but the printing on the front is lacking in quality in my opinion. I have put them through the wash twice now and the print has begun to crack and peel. It seems as though over time the print could potentially come off completely. The shirt itself is comfortable and is a pretty accurate fit to any other sized t-shit. You can also tell this isn’t an \”authentic\” Air Force t-shirt compared to the ones you buy at the base exchange&#44 again I think this is attributed to the poor print quality. So why 3 stars? Overall&#44 I think its a decent value compared to the authentic Air Force T-Shirts from the Base Exchange that I mentioned earlier. However&#44 It is unlikely I would repurchase.~3|Patrick J Bockino^Great Quality&#44 better than others that I have purchased Else where…!!And at Half the Price….Home-Run~5|Mayday^nice shirt~5|Jay^It’s not the world’s sturdiest or comfiest shirt&#44 but for the money I spent&#44 I’m satisfied.~4|Mr. H^What’s to say. It looks just like the picture. The ‘U.S. Air Force’ text looks bigger in person than it does on the shirt though&#44 i’m happy about that. The material isn’t bad&#44 it looks like this shirt is going to last a while.I got this shirt to wear during my workouts and to wear when I go to DEP meetings for USAF. The price of shipping costs just about as much as the shirt.. which sucks&#44 but I decided i’d buy a few shirts to at least get the most of my money.~5|RPN^Too small~4|Warren Peace^It showed up on time&#44 and looks as advertised&#44 however&#44 I have worn it three times and it is already falling apart. The quality is lacking and I would not order it again&#44 or recommend it.~4|Tim Thele^Too large would have tried the smaller size if the company didn’t have a restocking fee plus insured returns will look for a different co.i ordered the size I wear and it was huge on me~4|jimbo57^I have ordered many USAF shirts that cost more but did not fit as well or look as good. As a 5’10” 175LB person I ordered Large which fits perfectly. As an ex-USAF air rescue serviceman I love this shirt.~5|

  • Marie Ross^My 10-year-old&#44 who is obsessed with all things FNAF and animatronics in general&#44 loves this shirt. It is a softer t-shirt&#44 which makes it more comfortable for him&#44 and no tags which is a huge plus! I ordered it a size up as 1) he can wear it over a long-sleeved shirt on really cold days&#44 and 2) I want him to be able to wear it for at least a year or two. As long as shirts like this are washed an dried inside out&#44 they can last for a long time.The order came sooner then estimated&#44 which was great as this was a birthday present and was estimated to arrive afterwards (it arrived the day before)! Finally&#44 this was a good pick for my son to wear to school as some other kids can find some FNAF shirts to be scary-looking. No worries with a smiling and friendly Freddy. :D~5|Sara Klopotowski^My 6 year old son&#44 fell in love with this t-shirt. I have had to send it back twice now due to the size being too large. I think this should be put in as an adult size t-shirt instead of boys or youth.~4|Amazon Customer^I ordered two different fnaf shirts this one was small. I oredered a M for a normal 9 year old. It was like a size 10/12 kids shirt.~4|pbrown72^Ordered a large expecting a large little boys and recd a large big boys. My fault i guess. Also very thin. But my 5 y/o son loves it bc its fnaf.~4|Juli Driskill^Very fast delivery and item was exactly as described!~5|Amazon Customer^Product: It is just as displayed&#44 my cousin loved it and I know he’s going to use it a lot.Quality: It is okay&#44 not cotton&#44 but you can tell it will stand a long timeDelivery: This is the reason I deducted a star. It arrived late (December 24th!) but customer service was excellent and very accommodating~4|Willie B^Gift for my grandson~5|Melanie^My son loves it he wishes I would get him more. He wears it so much though the it has really faded.~5|Amazon Customer^Fit perfectly&#44 on time&#44 quality good&#44 my grandson loves Freddy&#44 and was so happy to get this shirt – he loves it!~5|Samanta Almeda^My son loved this shirt. It actually had a good quality material. He’s usually a 5/6 and he’s 6yrs old. I bought him a small and it was a bit big on him but he still wears it.~5|

  • Amazon Customer^So I am a female sitting at 5’0″ 98lbs and I ordered the small. And omg. Let me tell you. I was so excited to get this in&#44 I’ve had my eyes on it for a while. And when it came in&#44 I immediatly put it on and it was perfect. EXACTLY like the picture~5|

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