You're doing something a little bit different. You are giving a piece of your soul to the world.
Art isn't a business. Art is about that spark of creativity that can't be ignored. Yet, as artists we are often scattered and find it hard to focus on admin and our art suffers for it. You can build a successful creative practice by laying out a creative business strategy.
For the last three years I've been interviewing creative people, filmmakers, visual artists, writers, and musicians, about how they put their creative practice together. The interviews have been published in Follow Magazine, on my blog, and in books. Now I've distilled all that good oil into a course just for you and your creative practice.
You've made it!
I know you take your creative practice seriously - that's why you're here. I also know that you're sick of having to explain what you do all day to your friends and family. They don't understand that you sweat blood over your art. You work hard for very little return.
Whether you work in your creative business full-time or part-time or not much at all, if you want to learn what levers you can pull to make your arts business work better for you and your lifestyle and your personality, this is the course for you.
Your Map to Creative Success is just one click away.
Nathan is a writer and director who “displays a mastery of visual story-telling”. He has a Graduate Diploma in Screenwriting and a Cert IV in Small Business Management. He has written a swag of films that have been produced for television and festivals, some of which have won awards. As well as filmmaking, Nathan publishes a digital magazine, reviews indie films, and interviews artists about marketing. He also works at a centre for people experiencing homelessness and runs a shared creative studio in the leafy heart of Adelaide. Nathan is married and has four kids that are fast catching him in both height and number of filmmaking awards.