We dive into performance art, humility, authenticity and self-awareness in this incredible season finale featuring Brooklyn-based performance artist Katie Kay Chelena, who sheds light on fighting the “scarcity” mentality to realize your true potential.
Although we claim to be free spirits, living as an artist can be just as stressful at time as your peers in the “rat race.” Kimyona and Keoyona, both life coaches, share a few tricks to break creative blocks and feel more whole.
It takes a lot of spunk to create your own job, and not everyone has the privilege to do so. Caity and Victoria took the leap with their design firm, Carrboro Creative and they’re paying it forward with practical lessons in balance, work, and what creativity really means.
It’s not easy to prove the legitimacy of your artform, or build respect as a young person, but Anuradha Bhowmik has proven that it’s possible. She discusses the writing MFA, creative nonfiction and the problem with being a “model minority.”
Do you struggle with discipline, mental health or business planning? Shanina Dionna chronicles her path to emotional wellness and discusses how she maintains productivity as a full-time freelance artist.
So often we’re told to stick to one medium, but artists rarely imagine in a singular form. How do we traverse the creative space between written and visual art? And what role does reading play in good poetry? Rachel Eliza Griffiths speaks on this and much more.
What does it take to believe in yourself? And how do you stay focused once you realize success is a marathon–not a sprint? I spoke with filmmaker Sade Sellers about risk-taking, self-promotion, and that fateful trip to Disney.
We are only one week away from the official launch of Meraki Mentors! As a gift to you, we are releasing a very special surprise.
1. Our official trailer!
Give us a listen below and mark your calendars for our launch date, Sunday September 30th!