Find out how working artists become thriving artists. This is the biggest podcast we’ve ever recorded, featuring 18 voices: the graduating class of our most recent Art-Business Accelerator cohort, their Advisors, and CHF team members Daniel DiGriz and Elizabeth Hulings. 1:25-3:00 is a “walk across the graduation stage” celebration moment for each Fellow. The episode is packed with the artists’ insightful observations about the triumphs, challenges, community, and skill-building involved in developing a successful creative career, and the role CHF has played in the process. Elizabeth Hulings says: “We’re seeing some major projects here that have legs and are going to be important. I really do believe that these artists are going to continue to build on the momentum that they have, and achieve some of these big goals. And that’s really exciting.”
So that’s a big-guy existential reason that I think this is just essential. I think on a more micro level, as the way we work and the way we live shifts: more and more technology, AI, different ways of working, the gig economy, all of these things, the globalization—we have to rely more on ourselves and our interpersonal relationships to succeed. We have to be able to break things down and analyze them and be strategic.” – Elizabeth Hulings
Congratulations to Tim Saternow, Robin Holder, April Wagner, Steven Lester, Karen Whitman, Manuelita Brown, Jonathan Keeton, Andie Freeman, James Moore, Adreon Henry, Carrie Cook, Terry Albanese, and Sharon Crute!