Artists who have been part of formal and ongoing critique groups find them invaluable to their creative development.
In the latest episode of the podcast, I talk with Patricia Miranda, founder of The Crit Lab. She's been leading 7 separate critique groups in 3 states and has recently taken them online.
Why artists need critical feedback and at one point they should ask for it.
The format of a day-long critique session.
Patricia's contention that art is a verb, not an object.
Artists would benefit from thinking about engagement more than intent.
This is a deep and philosophical discussion that is different from my other episodes. I encourage you to listen more than once.
See Patricia's art: https://patriciamiranda.com
Read about The Crit Lab: https://thecritlab.com
Follow Patricia on Instagram: https://instagram.com/patriciasuzannemiranda
This episode is sponsored my signature business-building program for artists, the Art Career Success System.
All of the lessons you learn in the Art Career Success System are tasks you will address repeatedly throughout your art business and career—like rewriting your artist statement, submitting exhibition proposals, developing content, and nurturing your connections.
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Music for the podcast is by Wildermiss: Wildermiss.com
Read the show notes, see photos, and leave a comment at https://ArtBizSuccess.com/podcasts (episode 61).
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