We talk a lot about social media on here, but this is a blog so it makes sense! Social media has pretty much taken over all of our lives, which, while sort of terrifying, is also creating opportunities, especially for artists. In my opinion, there are too many success stories of people using social media… Continue reading Art & Social Media
Month: September 2018
School’s Not Enough
School may be in, but you need a little more than theory and top grades to get ahead. Consider connecting with a mentor who’s doing what you want to do and who can show you the way. Wondering the kind of guidance you can expect? How about feedback on work, career guidance, professional contacts, and… Continue reading School’s Not Enough
Aviva Klein – Director & Photographer
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Mentorly on Breakfast Television
Mentorly CEO and Co-Founder, Ashley Werhun, accompanied by mentee, Charla Patterson, speak to the impact Mentorly is having on the arts community locally and worldwide on Breakfast Television.
Mentorly on Global Television
Mentorly founders, Katherine Macnaughton and Ashley Werhun, sit down with Laura Casella of Global News Morning to introduce the Montreal community to their newly-launched mentorship platform for the arts, Mentorly.co
Lisa and Mental Health in Dance
This is about to about to get a little heavy. Mental health is a topic that, despite being pretty shrouded in stigma, is finally coming to the forefront of the conversation. Everyone struggles. If not personally then they know someone that does. Obviously, it’s not our area of expertise and we can’t get technical, but… Continue reading Lisa and Mental Health in Dance
Mentorly in the Press
We’ll be posting stuff with some blurbs as they come going forward but, for all of the news articles we missed, here’s a list so you can catch up! 📺 Alberta CTV News A short video interview of our two founders with CTV news in CEO Ashley’s hometown of Alberta! Watch to learn a little more… Continue reading Mentorly in the Press
They’ve Done it, So Can You!
There’s an expectation of how one becomes a successful artist. You get a fine arts degree, you hone a well-respected craft, you make connections, you get a placement, you sell your art. Contrary to popular belief, this is becoming less and less common. Not to say that it isn’t a valid career track, but it’s… Continue reading They’ve Done it, So Can You!