A Simple & Soothing Activity To Relax The Mind From Creative Zai Divecha
"For me, learning new skills is a form of self-care. It's helping me cope...Take care of yourself in whatever way you need. Trust your gut, and do what you need to do in order to survive."
How Being An Artist & Dealing With Financial Devastation Prepared Me For Living With Uncertainty
"Be as kind to yourself, your family, your neighbors, and strangers as you can right now. Everyone is moving through this time in their own way. And if you aren’t one already, you can try pretending to be a working artist moving through a rough patch."
Meet Suzy Delvalle: The Woman Turning Artists' Visions Into Realities as President & Executive Director of Creative Capital in New York City
As President and Creative Director at Creative Capital, a nonprofit support organization for artists, Suzy helps foster creativity from start to finish, providing artists with the support they need throughout their process while encouraging them to create the most groundbreaking and honest work they're capable of. We sit down with Suzy to discuss her trajectory into this truly rewarding career and the importance of community for those working in artistic fields.
Meet Cindy Hwang Bokser, The Woman Behind Niroma Studio
Fiber artist and founder of Niroma Studio, Cindy Hwang Bokser, is the macrame maven at the heart of the #macramemovement. We sit down with this entrepreneur to discuss following your passion, starting a business and the future of macrame as an art form.
Single Women and Their Spaces: Julianne Johnson
In our latest installment of the Single Women and Their Spaces series, we tour the home of artist and designer, Julianne Johnson. It seems every corner of this house is designed with intension to optimize space, not only for living, but also for dreaming.