Monthly Archives: July 2010

Teaching Art to Learn How to be an Artist

We are focusing on art making as a way to think and draw upon what we already know about what we need to survive and prosper as artists and as balanced human beings. Continue reading

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Still, Still Thinking About Career Development for Artists

My art making is a process of visual exploration of ideas or concerns. The resulting artworks document my creative and critical thinking. After a process of editing I choose the best of the visual texts to share with the world. Continue reading

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Still Thinking About Career Development For Artists

You might think its talent or education that is required to make art, and while both are foundational repeatedly you will hear artists talking about acquiring three things, 1) adequate time, 2) adequate space, and 3) adequate money. Continue reading

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Thinking About Career Development for Artists

My next few blog posts will be the text of an interview I gave not so long ago that outlines my thoughts on career development for contemporary artists through the lens of my personal experience. Continue reading

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