Is Art school beyond what your budget can afford, and the self-starter culture not for you? In this episode Dina and Illustrator Angi Pauly are looking at internships, apprenticeships, and mentorships for education; hence the term “ships”, because honestly who has the time to say all three!
Is Art School really worth your while? Dina and Angi are back for round two in breaking down the pros and cons of Art School, and if it’s the only way to kickstart your career as an artist. If you think a traditional send off to college is the only option you’ve got, then give this episode a listen!
It’s finally time for us to dive into a question that has been on many of your minds, what is the best way to learn illustration? This episode is the first of a three-part series on the best methods of picking up illustration for free online.
If you’re a woman in design, I recommend you sit down with a large glass of wine before you decide to research “famous graphic designers.” Fair warning, there are not many female artists out there let alone in their 40's and older. So, where do women designers and artists, over forty, go for support to relaunch a fizzled design career? According to Google, I have no idea.
There are so many other ways to make money from your art aside from client work and a day job. I'm joined by Samantha Lopez and Kat Hubbs to talk about all the diversified revenue streams you could have in order to pay your bills when the paychecks stop.
Anxiety is one of the most significant issues among artists that often affects women and LBGTQ groups the hardest. Some of the most recognized female artists in history, Frida Kola, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Edvard Munch, despite their success, all faced the torments of anxiety and depression.
Back this week is Samantha Lopez on why self-sufficiency in the workspace is as much a solo act as it is as having a community to back you up. In this episode, we’re going to get down to the nit and grit of how to find your people while moving up in the art industry.
Introducing our next guest in a 3-part series on how women can be more independent in the art industry. We start off by talking about how to find your own opportunities with Illustrator Samantha Lopez.
In this episode, we come back with Illustrator and Animator Irene Feleo on the topic of how to find your niche as an artist. This is the last episode in our 3-part series on finding your unique style so customers and clients can start to recognize your work.