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5 Ways to Build Your Resume

In my studio, I have a sign that reads, “Failure is not the enemy. Boredom is.” It helps me to remember to keep applying for new opportunities and to keep putting myself and my work out there. Even when it means I get told no. Because I have an end goal in mind, and that is to: 1.) Have as […]

My First Scholarship

The following post was written by our director, Monika Proffitt. When I was first starting out as an artist, I’d see postings for opportunities like grants and scholarships and think that I would ever get them. I had no idea what was supposed to be included in a good application, so I just didn’t apply. I realize that sounds really […]

Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

We are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the ART School Scholarship. To apply for a full Scholarship to Artist Resources & Tools, please review the guidelines and information below. Apply at the bottom of this page. Applications are open until Friday, August 21st, 2015, midnight PST. Scholarship recipients will be announced on September 5th, 2015, […]

Interview with Robb Nanus

In this interview, we talk with Robb Nanus, an accomplished producer and grant writer. Robb gives light to his background and career in producing. We also touch upon topics ranging from success, grant writing, what he looks for in grant applications, and the process of creating work that is impactful – and how he defines that for his own work […]

Interview with Michael Spivack

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Michael Spivack, musician and audio engineer, in his studio. We touched on topics including, his background in music, his creative process, genres that inspire him, and the album he created for artists, Music for Painters. He also dives into his personal philosophies on meditation as it relates to music, and shares his […]