The Artists Way | Episode 32

The Artists Way | Episode 32

              

Creativity In Crisis: How important is creativity and it's expression to humans? This week Penny Locaso is joined by Actor, Singer & Producer Blake Bowden. Blake shares the effect of COVID-19 on the arts industry and the unconsidered implications for a workforce that is casual in nature.

This Week We Explore:
  • How this time of pause can deliver magic if we allow ourselves to lean into it
  • How many artists are falling through the cracks in terms of financial support to meet their basic human needs at a time of crisis
  • What innovation now looks like in the arts - check out the Isolate Late Show
  • What a future perspective looks like personally when we have the time to step away from the busy and into what matters
Where To Find Blake:
Where To Find Penny
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