Music and its Emotional Power

Music is arguably one of the most vital tools a filmmaker can have at their disposal as it sets the tone of the film, it arouses emotions, and effectively plunges the viewer, from the very first decibels, into the storyline. In fact, according to Lindsey Hunt “music can make or break a film”. Lindsey is an… Continue reading Music and its Emotional Power

Why An Artist Needs a Mentor

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Simply put, mentorship enables you to tap into your strengths, hone them, and set yourself up for success. How, you wonder? Paired with the right mentor, mentees can receive hands-on experience, build new skills and self-awareness, and gain high-level career insight. According to MentorCity (2019), 95% of mentoring participants stated that having a mentor motivated them… Continue reading Why An Artist Needs a Mentor

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

Artist Resources

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