Networking

They say it’s who you know—but how you get to know them? These posts share our bloggers’ experiences and insights.

Event Photos: Artists’ Town Hall #2, Albuquerque’s Tricklock Performance Laboratory

Event Photos: Artists’ Town Hall #2, Albuquerque’s Tricklock Performance Laboratory

In Albuquerque, two Artists’ Town Hall meetings in the past month have had packed houses, full of the city’s deep well of creatives urgently looking for ways to make a difference in a world of angsty uncertainty. 100+ artists gathered December 12 to work together to identify routes for community and individual action.

5 Ways Creatives Can Help Resist the New TrumpWorld Order

5 Ways Creatives Can Help Resist the New TrumpWorld Order

Creative folks have a special and incredibly important role in, and power to affect, social change. While the actual levers of political power may be in the wrong hands at the moment, artists and creatives have immense social and cultural power. Yes, this means you! YOU have power to reach hearts and minds, often in ways that politicians and campaigners cannot, and never will be able to.

It’s All In Your Head: Shutting Up The Voices That Tell You “No”

It’s All In Your Head: Shutting Up The Voices That Tell You “No”

Guest Blogger Jessica Boudreaux shares: “If a person feels annoyed, frustrated or put out by you sending a genial and to-the-point email asking about an opening slot on a show, then they’re probably not someone who would be very fun to work with anyway. Or their Mercury is in their asshole’s retrograde that day.”