Monthly Archives: May 2014

What makes art entrepreneurial and what doesn’t

‘There are few modern relationships as fraught as the one between art and money. Are they mortal enemies, secret lovers or perfect soul mates? Is the bond between them a source of pride or shame, a marriage of convenience or … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Arts advocacy, Arts education, Creative industry, Creativity, Ephemera, Imagination, metacognition | 18 Comments

Studio efficiency and knolling

My last post discussed whether we artists and craftspersons had incentive to run our studios as if we were preparing for war, an idea that was played up in the video by Tom Sachs on the “10 bullets” of the … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Ceramics, Clay, Creative industry, Creativity, Imagination, metacognition, Pottery | 7 Comments