For a free graphic design tool, Canva is certainly one to take note of. User friendly, yet brilliantly professional, this tool makes the design process a painless one – making it ideal for beginners and convenient for the more experienced. Over the coming weeks we’ll be bringing you Canva for Creative Entrepreneurs as a three-part […]
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Painful truths about acting talent, a real-world marketing case study & strategies to get sh*t done – Internet Truffles week 7
1. Talent may have less to do with it than you hope It pains me to share this, but I fear in my bones it’s probably true. It’s doubtable how much acting talent actually has with acting success. Some will read this and think ‘that’s just in America’ but I suspect the world […]
My Top 5 Apps for Artists and Creatives
I’ve just got a new iPhone 6 plus and I am wondering how I ever accomplished anything before I got it. It is literally becoming my portable brain. With 64 gb of memory, I’m sure it has more retention ability than I do, so I find myself leaning more and more on it to help […]
Interview with Theatre Artist Michelle Nicole Matlock
It’s a real pleasure for me to introduce you to Michelle Nicole Matlock. Michelle is an actor and theatre artist that I’ve had the pleasure of connecting with through the internet. Michelle is currently touring with Cirque du Soleil in a role that she created in one of their ground breaking shows; but she also […]
Ethan Hawke, Creative Sustainability, and Taking the Long View
You know that old yarn about how ‘life is a marathon not a sprint?’ The same holds true for sustainable creative careers. Days, weeks, months and even a year are tiny markers. You might have good weeks and bad weeks. You might have a year where you do nothing creative. This doesn’t really matter. It’s […]
Julian Clary, Buggery, and Finding Your Purpose
Hello, I’m back from a fantastic holiday in South Africa (where I enjoyed both the beauty and food/wine of Cape Town and the amazing animals on Safari in Sabi Sands) and I’m raring to go into this Autumn. Some of you might know that I’m doing my PhD in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship at Goldsmiths […]
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Networking for Artists. It’s not enough to just collect Facebook Friends.
If you’ve got contacts, it’s a shame not to use them. Who can help you get your project off the ground or your work to see the light? Ask them.
How big is your network? What are you doing to increase it? Sometimes size does matter.
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