6 Ways to Tap Into Your Artsy Side

Autumn reminds us that our bodies, minds, and surroundings are always developing! This is also a good time to tap into a new side-project or get back in alignment with your passion! Here are 6 artsy ways you can be creative this fall season!

 

1.) Visual Arts

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There are so many avenues of visual arts. You can start painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpting, ceramics, photography, video, filmmaking, or start some fall crafts. Take advantage of the season and create something that you love most about the fall season! Plus, creating is known to be a good stress reliever!

 

 

2.) Blogging

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Do you love writing? Start a blog and share your stories! Squarespace and WordPress are excellent sites for beginner bloggers. These two sites also makes it easier if you’re interested in buying a domain for your website.

 

3.) Digital Arts

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Digital Art is becoming more and popular for creatives! If you’re not tech savvy with digital technology, start off with software such as Adobe Photoshop or ProCreate.

4.) Podcasting

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Let your voice be heard through podcasting! I love podcasting because you get to do storytelling in the space you created about topics that matter to you! It doesn’t get any better than that! With so many start-up programs for podcasting such as Podomatic, Audacity, and Zencastr, there are many options to fit your creative side!

 

5.) Artistic Expression

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The elements of artistic expression of art include line, shape, form, and space. Have fun with create something that shows your self-expression. Remember, art comes in many forms and styles!

 

6.) Event Planning

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Some people are born to create events that we will never forget! Whether you’re planning a wedding, shower, birthday, or conference, planning an event is a very important role. If you’re easing into your first event, start off with a smaller event to get your feet wet!

 

Happy Creating!

 

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