By Eva Recinos
14 December 2020
There are two major aspects of being any type of creative person, in my experience: the challenge of creating the thing and the challenge of getting it seen. If you’re ready to dedicate more time to your craft and put yourself out there, let’s get started.
1. First Steps
To keep this brief, I am focusing on four key areas that can help you get your work seen, supported, and funded: grants and fellowships, residencies, competitions, and social media. By no means an end-all be-all guide, these tips focus on resources for emerging to mid-career creative people.
Here are some basic things you’ll want to gather:
- Your bio
- Samples of your work (images, audio, writing clips, etc.)
- Project description (if you have a specific project in mind)
- Current mailing address
- Website or online portfolio
- Social media handles
Read the full guide here.