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Creative Futures: Lisa Hassell Founder of Inkygoodness, University of Wolverhampton

  • West Midlands
  • combined arts, interdisciplinary arts, visual arts, Other, Illustration, Design, Graphic Design, Digital,
  • Claire Buckerfield clairebuckerfield@wlv.ac.uk

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Wed 10th Nov 2pm

Creative Futures and Artsfest Online are pleased to present the next instalment in a series of talks where creatives will share insider knowledge on forging a career pathway within the arts.

Inkygoodness is a global community focused on connecting, inspiring and developing artists and creative businesses. Founded by Lisa Hassell in 2010, Inkygoodness curate events and exhibitions, host regular design talks, run courses, workshops and coaching programmes for emerging and professional creatives. With a focus on personal and professional development for artists and illustrators, Inkygoodness is committed to engaging with emerging talent, sharing knowledge, offering support and cultivating a creative community for artists and illustrators to connect and thrive.

Their brand new membership community for artists and illustrators: the Inkygoodness Collective launches in October 2021.Designed to support and connect artists and illustrators, our membership programme invites you to join a network of likeminded creatives, and give you access to workshops, group sessions, industry mentoring, online events, digital resources, discounts on our courses, and the opportunity to submit your work for future exhibitions curated by Inkygoodness.

www.inkygoodness.com

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