Working from home can be extremely beneficial. You’ve got a more flexible schedule, you don’t have to spend x hours a day commuting to work, and you can take any professional call from the quiet and comfort of your home, while still wearing your PJ bottoms! Sure – working from home is pretty sweet, but… Continue reading How to Strike the Right Work Balance in the Summer
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Trends in Mentorship
Understandably, Mentorship has existed forever. Or at least ever since people started having friends and spending time in groups, which yeah checks out as forever. I mean it makes sense, at its core, mentorship is just helping others succeed and be nice, and people naturally like to do this. The more established hunters in cave… Continue reading Trends in Mentorship
Welcome to our blog. It’s something new we’re trying out. We at Mentorly 💛 artists. I mean, we ARE artists. That’s why we started this whole thing – to help artists succeed. So, we wanted to take that even further and use this blog to talk to you a little more about the business side of… Continue reading Hello world!
Mentorly is the very loved brainchild of two women artist-entrepreneurs who, through personal experience and pain points echoed by hundreds of artists, sought to make arts mentorship more intentional, accessible, and immediate. They created Mentorly to bridge the gap in education, offering artists ‘real world’ guidance and, ultimately, contributing to a more vibrant art community.… Continue reading Our Story
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!
Andreas Laszlo Konrath – Photogrpaher & Zine Maker
Andreas Laszlo Konrath brings his authentic and material relationship with photography to bear in his portrait and fashion assignments. Calling forth the rich heritage of photography and film’s experimental history, Konrath creates visual encounters with his subjects that are enduring and authentic. His images appear in magazines including The New Yorker, Holiday, Man About Town, New… Continue reading Andreas Laszlo Konrath – Photogrpaher & Zine Maker
Jason Cantoro – Visual Artist
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Living and working as an artist isn’t as clear cut as it used to be, and ideas about art and what it means to be an artist are constantly changing. This can make it pretty hard when all you really want is to learn how to improve your art and make money for it. Because… Continue reading Artist Resources