My most dependableÂ income stream as a professional artist has been teaching. I’ve been tenured faculty for over 20 years. It should come as no surprise that I am a life-long learner. As a professional culture creator, and as an educator “sharpening my saw” is an imperative!
These days I’m exploring the world of podcasting. I haven’t embraced social media with great gusto, butÂ am beginning to see the potential for expanding our learning, understanding, and networks through podcasts. Â I mean, a slow commute can become a classroom with podcasts!
I did my first FB Live last weekend to enhance what I did in the classroom for my anatomy students. If the flu shots yesterday hadn’t floored both my husband and me, I’d be broadcasting again today, maybe in color, since I did another study of the skull. Â Why is planar analysis so hard to grasp?
I mentioned the possibilities this feature has for artists an culture creators to one of my models this week, Shawna Holman, and already she’s trying it out too! I hope it’s a feature that can add reachÂ for her art business and self-expression.
I want to thank Leslie Saeta and the other wonderful hosts at Artists Helping Artists on BlogTalkRadio for the inspiration to try it out and spread the word.Â https://www.facebook.com/Artists-Helping-Artists-130505990361963/