Creative Pathfinding Episode #13

Dec 2021

Tom began drawing from a creative pool buried under years of hockey bags and grading matrixes. A sketch class in Port Colborne brought out a gift that Tom could never have imagined would end up filling his leisure years.

The Problem with Assuming it’s a Fair Deal

Nov 2021

One of the biggest lessons I failed to learn and needed to experience over and over and over again until it stuck was – sign a volunteer agreement or contract!

Sept 2021

Expressive Arts

A Plague On Both Your Houses

Jan 2021

So fearful were they of infection
Theatre and contagions have never mixed well. When plagues struck Europe in the early 1600s, a lack of knowledge about infectious disease saw playhouses close for months-long periods several times over ten years. Again, during an outbreak of the bubonic plague in the early 17th century, London playhouses closed after the daily death tolls began to climb. The Athenian Plague Black Deathasve influenced plays, and Poill most certainly is affected by COVID-19. Because of this, self-isolation and disease are themes woven into many manuscripts.

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6 min. Read

Coping & Resiliency–How the Arts Community Saw Us Through Panic, Boredom and Personal Awakenings

Dec 2020 10

The Art World Needs You Too – Wrestling With Imposter Syndrome

FEB 2020

Creating An Original That Speaks To You

Creatively Free your Spirit and Rest Your Mind

Aug 10th, 2019

Am I Working For Free, or is this Volunteering

Aug 1st, 2019

This Ain’t Paint Night

July 27th, 2019

Art Is My Love Language

July 21, 2019

I Don’t Know About You, But My Landlord Doesn’t Accept Exposure As Payment For Rent

July 13th, 2019

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