In the final part of my Artist in Lockdown series, I look at how acceptance can lead us to embrace new opportunities.
(Listen or read the transcript, as you prefer.)
In week five of An Artist in Lockdown, I look at why it's so important now to be conscious of what we're consuming mentally.
Plus my recommendations for some nutritious reading material.
Take a listen or read the (slightly-edited) transcript.
For those of us who work from home normally, being in lockdown is both easier and harder.
In this week's Notes from an Artist in Lockdown, I look at why this is the case.
(Listen to the audio or read the (slightly edited) transcript, according to your preference.
This week I return to the idea of 'trusting the process'.
As well as a way to embody our creative practice, could it also be a mantra for this time of Coronavirus lockdown?
Listen to the audio or, if you prefer, read the (slightly edited) transcript.
In today’s impromptu lockdown audio chat, I talk about two topics related to creating in quarantine:
1. How to stop every day feeling the same when you’re stuck at home.
2. Letting go of competence: When we don’t expect competence from ourselves we are able to experiment and play.
If you prefer to read rather than listen, I’ve also included a (slightly edited) transcript.