“Sound body, sound mind,” says Greg Travers when asked about exercise and his visual creativity. It happens that the line between creativity and discipline is thinner than what you might t
With work from home still officially a thing, you can bet that networking as a creative is going to remain a conundrum.
“Everyone’s story is really, really different. It’s about timing, and it’s about just being ready, so that when your time comes, you can make sure you come correct.” Flo
Splashlight executive director of photography and head of creative Lida Moore explains why diversity in the workplace is essential.
The All Black Everything Summit was created to give black creatives a “push” to foster their crafts, get in touch with their inner voices, and heal.
Getty Images is doing its part to bring more diversity to the visual media industry with its inaugural 2020 Inclusion Scholarships.
Founder of Many Hats, Katerina Simonova is creating a resource list for Black creatives, freelancers, and vendors. It is The Black Creative Directory.
Celebrating Black creators and Black people all year round should be the norm and not a trend. Their lives should always be acknowledged, Karen.
We’ve compiled a list of six affordable cities for creatives to consider moving to. You might want to bookmark this, especially if you’re always on the go.
With this effort, we hope to raise $5000 worth of funds for five creatives ($1000 each) in our community whose businesses have been affected by quarantine.