News


10 ways to work with other artists successfully

Sheila Chandra - Thursday, December 19, 2019

Working with other artists can be an incredible and inspirational experience. It can also be a complete disaster, if you’re not careful! I’ll give you ten tips to steer you towards making your artistic collaborations successful.

 Read More


×

Recent Posts


Tags

clutter free Sheila Chandra author pop music absences email bankruptcy slow and steady theft collections appointments morning routines nipping things in the bud dynamic spaces loss confident in clothes friends : clothes being organized minimalists creative magic tips for clearing VIPs parent organizing for creative people card diagnosis pop culture mature artists 2018 goals clearing as you go prioitising cupboard of shame jealousy work life popular culture work efficiently lazy copyright double standard being tripped up cleaning your desk celebrity endorsed products organizing your creative career business interface to creative businesses self-care stay on top of email hostile clutter arrogance hoarding criteria for letting go of stuff 2020 goals disorganization vocation working class culture tidiness in living spaces clearing making decisions proposals pricing efficient work patterns buying hope artist workspace sheila chandra coaching fall of innocence inconvenience culture lifetimes diary artistry living mess free partners creative commissions artistic conviction buying stardust artist cry creative organising inspiration visualising buying youth creative wellbeing boredom creative people just in case getting ready for work streamlining routines work priorities ‘creativity’ introverts sustainability 20202 goals artist mentors crowdfunding new year business networking effectively car trope networking singer email artist workspaces artists organise nurture creativity critical acclaim communication hijacking creativity mess myth tidying great art motivation clear desk compulsion professional creative career anxiety wardrobe cleaning hobbies commitment effortlessly tidy platform ‘stories’ about your possessions brands why organise tidy desk professional encouragement stay tidy automatically self promotion artist goals home life tension normality touring home care spree peer-to-peer networks warm down brilliant creator guilty purchases clear outs working with other artists home organising under-confidence how to save time career strategy innocence staying in control feeling creative writer letting go business-like creative ambitions target market emotional support tortoise and hare procrastination clarity of thought well organized low maintenance strategies author multiple lifetimes much better friend clean desk emotional resilience coaching buying wealth stop hoarding stuff professional mentors successful artist low maintenance clearing in short bursts funding exhaustion musician buy fewer clothes . audience housework much quicker social media bulk buy friendships control artist mentoring nascent artists new chapter organisation nurturing creative work creative career well curated closet workspaces artist studio slim-line wardrobe grief domestic life how to be naturally tidy business-speak how to work efficiently living clutter free binge loving your audience creative confidence creative career coaching options productivity branding creativity temperament creative spark symptoms of creativity stardust how it feels to be coached stop cluttering the void clearing clutter childhood writing funding campaigns emotionally secure artist subconscious mind missed opportunities vulnerability peacefulness display items negotiating storage artistic chaos overwork buying happiness magic resentment creativity diary good creative habits elevator pitch new revised print version good health for artists concentrated creative time green room work/home life balance fine art artist materials artist collaboration proposal writing wind down saving time smart artists too many commitments solving creative career problems too busy creative person emotional balance quality precious memories time clutter creative identity cherry-picking working class artists email overload sacrifice creative culture focus long-term artistic development tidy people tidier chaotic great artists imagination social media networking feel like creatiing static spaces tidy to do list goals values mornings clutter addict good art work clutter work trips network good friend hotel room

Archive

×