Being a volunteer reader, reviewer, or evaluator of grants can help you craft better grant and residency applications that will up your odds for acceptance.
Photographing flowers offers incredible potential for unique and beautiful images. To be sure you’re maximizing each capture, check out these seven tips.
Artist Relief is issuing emergency grants. Practicing artists impacted by COVID-19 can apply for a $5,000 award through Submittable.
Sharing writing and art can be an antidote to fear and uncertainty. Check out organizations with COVID-19 creative calls for submission through Submittable.
Please join us in a look back at great guest blogs from 2019 focused on writing, film, photography, creativity, rejection, and humor.
In 2020, celebrate rejection (and find success) by joining #Rejection100 and trying to collect 100 different rejections throughout the year.
Learn how to photograph the Northern Lights clearly and creatively—and obtain satisfactory results, even on your first try.
Whether you are a new photographer—or seeking to jumpstart your creative practice—these five ideas from Gail Overstreet may help.
Creative identities are like belly buttons for three reasons: 1. Everyone’s got one. 2. They’re unforgivably wacky. And 3. They’re both related to scars.