Do artists have the right temperament for social media?

Sheila Chandra - Monday, August 21, 2017

Many artists find it a challenge to ‘shout’ about themselves on social media. And yet, building their platform is essential. What is the answer?

 Read More


Recent Posts


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