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April 08, 2015 at 11:24AM

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Must all visual artists be public performers?

It was never enough to simply make things and wait for the public to show up and love it, but more and more it seems that creative people need to get out in front to promote their work.

This “performance” aspect can be daunting to many in the creative arts. Illustration, design, and coding are often solitary efforts, attracting the introverted or shy. So what can we learn from artists in more performance-based media about how to get out in front of our work?

On this episode of the +Lean Into Art Cast we're joined by +Lee Cherolis of the +Little Guardians webcomic, and +Samantha Kyle, designer and illustrator. Samantha and Lee are also members of rock band The Shake Ups in Ponyville (http://theshakeups.net/). Together we'll pick apart how things change for a visual artist once they begin thinking of themselves as a performance artist.

You can participate in the discussion via comments on the Hangout event page: http://ift.tt/1E5vc6l

Getting Out In Front, with Lee Cherolis and Samantha Kyle – LIA Cast 126

*Must all visual artists be public performers?*

It was never enough to simply make things and wait for the public to show up and love it, but more and more it seems that creative people need to get out in front to promote their work.

This “performance” aspect can be daunting to many in the creative arts. Illustration, design, and coding are often solitary efforts, attracting the introverted or shy. So what can we learn from artists in more performance-based media about how to get out in front of our work?

On this episode of the @102971222991170968461 Cast we’re joined by @100172275628404106038 of the @104936987884960821191 webcomic, and @115229080768758800766, designer and illustrator. Samantha and Lee are also members of rock band *The Shake Ups in Ponyville* (http://theshakeups.net/). Together we’ll pick apart how things change for a visual artist once they begin thinking of themselves as a performance artist.

You can participate in the discussion via comments on the Hangout event page: http://ift.tt/1E5vc6l


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