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Ask Me Anything

When I started ARHtistic License, I had one goal: to encourage and inspire people to create. I hoped to do that by giving you permission to experiment with your art, providing practical advice, and connecting artists in all genres.

I still think that’s a great goal, but I worry that I’m not doing that as effectively as I hope. So I invite you to ask me anything at all about the arts or the creative process. If I don’t know the answer, I’m willing to do some research. I want to provide content that you will find interesting and engaging, so I’m asking for your input. What would you specifically like to see more of? What media and genres are you most interested in?

Would you like to learn more about Victorian architecture, or yurts? Would you like to take better vacation pictures, or selfies? Would you like to paint rocks, or portraits?

Would you like to learn how to make kites? How to organize your sewing supplies? How to write a book proposal? How to write a song?

What are your creative dreams? Do you hope to win an Oscar for best actor? Be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Enter a quilt show? Become a curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art?

How can I help you achieve your goals and dreams? Let me know.

Now it’s your turn. I challenge you to ask me at least one question about the arts or the creative process. Or suggest a topic for a future blog post on ARHtistic License. Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. Hello Andrea. This isn’t an earth-shattering request but I have to come up with a ‘talent’ for an upcoming family reunion. I want to involve everyone, including kids. One idea I thought of was to do some echoing chants. I will include actions with them. Any creative ideas?? Maybe others might benefit, too.

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