Taking breaks is important to avoid burn out, however it can be a challenge to get back into the creative flow if you’ve been away from the desk or studio for a while. What are some of the strategies that can get back into your creative routine?
As people are juggling more demands on their time it can be hard to find the space to dedicate to creative work. In a perfect world artists would have 8 hours a day for their practice, but the reality is more often one of constant interruptions and limited time. Here I gathered together a few strategies for working creatively while managing multiple demands on your time.
Dance is perhaps one of the more difficult art forms to do from home, but that hasn’t stoped companies from keeping active and connected to their audiences. Here I take a look at some of the creative ways that dancers are adapting their practice in times of social isolation.
We’ve been contained to our homes for over three weeks, with more to come. Here are some of the tools I’ve been adapting recently to push aside the uncertainty for a while, to just create.
In these times of hyper connectivity it can be easy to take for granted our ability to travel to the other side of the world for conferences or creative projects. Being grounded doesn’t mean that all these connections need to be put on hold but it is perhaps a time to rethink the way we work and collaborate.