One week from today, on February 23, I will let you in on the secret Artist Conspiracy membership program that I have been testing since the first of the year.
I have a positive spin on the word “Conspiracy.” I view the Artist Conspiracy as a get-together of like-minded artists who are conspiring against perpetuated myths such as:
- Artists must be poor and sacrifice their well-being for their art.
- Artists are “bad” at marketing.
- Artists should accept the solitary life and find solutions on their own.
You can conspire against the same myths in your daily work.
Don’t refer to yourself or other artists as poor or starving.
Don’t say you’re bad at marketing.
Don’t accept that you have to do it all alone.
The Artist Conspiracy is not a class. It’s a space I created for artists who want ongoing support and accountability from a community of like-minded artists.
It’s easy to take classes and surf the Web for answers. It’s more difficult to do The Work.
The Work is what The Artist Conspiracy is all about. This means:
- Committing to your art career 100%.
- Creating the discipline for studio time and marketing – even when you don’t feel like it.
- Ditching the excuses.
You might already be at this point and conspiring against the myths on your own. If so, that’s fantastic!
But … if you would like to join our community of artists who are getting down to business, you can find out more about the Artist Conspiracy and whether it might be a good fit for you during a complimentary call on Wednesday, February 23.
All you have to do is sign up here.
What else can we do to conspire against the artist myths?