A whole room? A rented space? A tiny corner? There are lots of ways to set up a studio for the stuff you make. Not everything will work for all people, but there are a lot of things that can be good to think about.
When do you give up on things? Or entire crafts? Basically, we try to answer the fundamental question: ”What IS fun?”
We follow up on leaning into pretention, and then try to figure out how to accept compliments gracefully. Or at all.
Photography! We talk about Tiff’s path to becoming a capital P photographer - and, of course, if photography is Art. Also why pictures with that white frame around them felt so much more fancy when you were a kid.
”Your brain is infinite, but your space is limited.” Tiff gets deep when we talk about organizing your materials. By function? By craft? By color? Bye bye?
It’s time to dream and plan for 2020. Not in hindsight. Foresight.
Also: How do you find a new hobby?
We talk about our year and what we’ve maybe learned. Sort of.
CW: This episode contains some discussion of mental health.
It can be hard to get over the feeling that you’re cheating somehow, if you’re not doing Art exactly the way you think it ought to be done. Why is that?
Studiomate Jamie is back to talk about her year of boldness and about vulnerability. Also: Borrow other people’s stuff!
It’s time to put on comfy slippers and do some nice, cosy, undemanding crafts. (Or is it?)