Please don’t be mistaken I do not live in a fairytale world. There is always a gloomy and despairing side to everything.
In this blog, I will be discussing the festivals where you bring out your knowledge of camping and live with your body odor (and everyone at the festivals) for a matter of three to five days. Last year, before I went to my first festival (Yonder) as a visual artist I looked up on Google three things that I thought could help me prepare for the experience. These were “What to bring to a festival as an artist”, “How to survive a festival as an artist” and “Visual artist festival survival” and to my demise there really wasn’t much information about how to prepare for and what to bring to a festival as a performing visual artist.
I had recently made a blog post in the past that outlined how to promote your art on Instagram. I want to add some more extra points on how to influence likes and comments on Instagram because the algorithm has changed drastically.
The main concern most artist have about sharing their artwork online is that someone may steal or copy their artworks and claim them as their own. Follow these tips to protect your work from unwanted theft.
Recently I was on the search for a new day job, something different than what I was already doing or had done before but somewhere I could use my c...
In this blog post I go over what I find useful to help me get motivated and inspired to create collage art.