Collaboration#gmseasonofcollaborationThis is a replay of the Collaboration Kick Off Hangout. C +C answered questions about their collaborations and experiences, and a bunch...
Art Journal Catalysts
Guided artist dates, unedited interviews, and live webinars
This video originally appeared in Misty Olsen's Inspired Artist's series. In this series, Misty interviews artists to instill confidence and clarity in your creative practice.
In this video, Caylee and the CJS21 host, Nathalie Kalbach, chat about stories and art.
Why is it so difficult to just. make. art? We know how much we love it and how it feeds our soul. We know it makes us better in a multitude of ways, but sometimes even the thing we love the most can feel like a massive effort. I talk to Anna Baer, aka Olive Green Anna, about this. We talk about her mad skills – in creating art, in getting others to make art, and in pep talking directly to the heart.
Collage through the seasons with Frane Crane.
Soulful approaches to creating a beautiful life through journaling with Elaine Kiziah.
This is a snippet of our Season of Bloom hangout with Francisca. This is an unstructured hangout and the only invitation was to bring collage papers with.
Barbara’s lessons from her own creative story. Going to art school at 37. Exploring mediums like a child, how the inner critic shouldn’t exist, resourcefulness and restraint, and never compromising.
A discussion about the power of challenges for your creative life with the ladies from Kick in the Creatives.
Hannah Fitzgibbon on being a curator of ideas and following your curiosity.
Get uncomfortable, nudge your creative process, think and feel about your art making…
Bust out of your creative personal process. Yikes!
Bind your own journal using an old book… as old as you’d like. With a lot less perfection than you think you need.
A workshop by Michele to explore your personal creative process and what you are holding in.
You’re putting your life into it so that’s what makes it something special.
Holly guides you through mindful art practice to go from unkind self words to positive affirmations.
Reflection Journaling takes us travelling through wide-ranging landscapes and across wild terrain. This adventure is like a guided tour down five paths leading toward...
During this hangout, Jenny shared a creative warm-up exercise that can be used for those busy days when it’s hard to fit art in.
As someone who is currently on her 9th 100 day project, Anika is kind of an expert at it. She shares her top 16 ways for fitting art into your life every single freaking day.
A wonderfully casual hangout with Char. Join this freeform hangout as we chat about dinosaurs, cake, and art journaling.
Connect with your deepest self in your journal, and discover a vantage point on the current crisis that offers meaning and hope.
Flower queen, Julie, teaches two different acrylic floral painting techniques.
Lauren and Vanessa are together in 3D in Korea and chat about their travel journal kits and what supplies they travel with.
Create color swatches to cut apart to make simple collage palettes and patterns with Sarah.
This is a casual Live Masterclass in a hangout format. Follow along as Vanessa shows how to paint intuitively.
Amy talks creativity through bullet journaling, documenting, and telling your story in your journal.
Solid ideas for Brandi’s favourite way to create – with commonplace books.
We have a hack for finding your style and it doesn’t involve selling a kidney, so that’s a bonus.
The collage queen invites you to make a paper mess alongside her.
A pep talk by Tiffany on rejection, failure, and fighting imperfection.
Bookbinding expert, Kiala, takes us step by step through binding a journal.
This annual Get Messy tradition has two exciting guests join in…
Effervescent Ali chats about being kind to yourself, how to find inspiration in your own work, and vulnerability.
Amy from Mindful Art Studio demonstrates using art for mindfulness in order to find beauty and relaxation.
Sketchbook Skool chats with us about making art part of your life, and shows pages from their sketchbooks.
We’re obsessed with Pam’s handbound art journal collection. It’s a good thing she’s sharing them with us.
We’re talking creative reflection and intentions. Looking back at what you’ve made, and how to make great art goals.
In this Artist Date with Cindy, we will glue and paint and then gesso and then glue and then paint some more. And then maybe some more.