Career Tips

Guides to Getting Published from The Writers’ Union of Canada: If you’re interested in getting your writing published or are interested in
What are Your Art and Creative Services Worth? Setting Prices That You’re Happy With: Do you have trouble setting fees and prices for your art and
30 Day Creative-Career Organizational Challenge: Do you have trouble keeping your creative career organized or just need

Creative Tips

Creative Challenge: Create Pieces Inspired by Tweets: Climate change protest gives bums-up salute http://t.co/7mV8T86PFg #PeoplesClimate #headsinsandsalute@crankycurlew pic.twitter.com/EpVOo5CbCh — Mashable
Apps That Let You Visit Museums Around the World: Take a tour of the collections held by some of the most
101 Blogging Ideas for Dancers: Blogging is a great way for performers, including dancers, to keep fans and potential

Your Daily Muse (Creative Prompts)

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Changes are Coming to Canada Arts Connect Changes are coming to Canada Arts Connect and one of the most obvious changes is the move away from
Creative Challenge: Create Pieces Inspired by Tweets Climate change protest gives bums-up salute http://t.co/7mV8T86PFg #PeoplesClimate #headsinsandsalute@crankycurlew pic.twitter.com/EpVOo5CbCh — Mashable (@mashable) September 23, 2014 Twitter is a
Your Daily Muse (Creative Prompt): Beware of the Dog Sign Check out today’s creative prompt. It can help inspire your next piece of art, writing, music, and more. Try creating
Guides to Getting Published from The Writers’ Union of Canada If you’re interested in getting your writing published or are interested in the publishing process, then check out the
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Interviews

Where Business Meets the Arts: Interview with Nichole Anderson, President and CEO of Business for the Arts Do business and art mix? They certainly do when Nichole Anderson and Business for the Arts are involved. Connecting the arts and business communities in Canada since 1974, BftA creates “strong relationships between business
Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth: Interview with UBC’s Museum of Anthropology Curator Pam Brown Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth (Jun. 1, 2014 to Jan. 4, 2015) at The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents “a unique look at contemporary, conceptual, and Native art through the lens of Indigenous youth.”
Massive Fabric Collages and Fairy Tales: An Interview with Toronto-based Artist Rachael Speirs Rachael Speirs inhabits a fantastical world adrift with anthropomorphic animals, French Canadian sea captains and long-limbed women in Victorian mourning garb. The 30-year old Toronto-based artist creates massive fabric collages out of hundreds of

Around the Creative World

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European researchers and archaeologists have published a paper regarding
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