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How to Know When It’s Time to Open Your Art Studio: AME 086

If you’ve ever wondered if opening your own art studio is the right path for you, today’s guest, Arielle Goddard from Art Camp, will share what factors played a significant role in her decision to transition from an art teacher to creative entrepreneur…

Arielle will share how she transitioned from a program director and teacher of an art academy to a sole entrepreneur of her own art studio. She will share how she transformed her home to an inviting creative space, how she determines her fees and what triggered her decision to step out of what was comfortable to the great creative unknown.


IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL LEARN:

– The differences in teaching art to adults versus children

– How Arielle used art as a healing modality for herself and her students

– All the logistics for your first home workshop

– How the idea of operating a mobile art studio came to be for Arielle

– The way Arielle recommends dealing with perfection as a creator and entrepreneur

– How to determine pricing

– Arielle’s strategy in curating a stunning Instagram feed


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LINKS & RESOURCES:

Art Made Easy listeners will recieve a 20% discount on any Art Camp’s Art Box. Use code SPARKLE at checkout.

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Drawing with Children by Mona Brookes

The Crossroads of Should and Must by Elle Luna

Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

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  • Michelle Gifford

    I almost missed this lovely interview! I (wrongly) assumed that it had nothing to offer me since I have no desire to open an art studio. I was so wrong! I absolutely loved every moment of Arielle’s interview and found myself connecting to SO many parts of her story – being a creative child, having a “natural” gift for teaching, finding healing through art, and having the courage to step into a new path. Art Made Easy continues to inspire and challenge me through these personal interviews and stories. I’m so honored to “meet” these amazing women each week!

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