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Creating a Thriving Art Practice as a Rural Artist

Living rurally comes with its own set of barriers. So how do you navigate that as a practicing or emerging artist?

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Make Your Own Self Soothing Desk Kit

Now that we are working online, I needed to modify how I connect with others and that includes how I take care of myself. I realized that the bag I brought to in-person events was something I could recreate for myself, so I created my Self Soothing Desk Kit.

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Should I Go Back to School?

As someone who has a masters, two bachelors and a PhD, I know only too well the allure and downsides of having more letters after your name than in it. In what follows, I offer some ways to think about whether higher education is for you, and some tips and tricks if you’re contemplating returning to school during the pandemic.

2021-01-25T14:29:45-05:00janvier 25th, 2021|Categories: Knowledge|Tags: , , , |
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Artscape Daniels Launchpad Learning Videos

Artscape Daniels Launchpad is Toronto Artscape's newest collaborative space. [...]

2020-06-24T19:49:15-04:00juin 18th, 2020|Categories: Knowledge|Tags: , , , , , , , |
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Free Online Arts & Culture Content, Resources and Creative Networking

With warmer weather creeping up on us and physical distancing measures still in effect, many are yearning to reconnect not only with family and friends, but with their broader social and creative networks as well. From ongoing calls for Art and work opportunities, to multimedia databases and arts programming, check out a few of these local and national initiatives if you are craving some inspired interaction.

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