Is blogging for me?

10 Jan

Is blogging for me?

By: Andrew Bryant

Online editor of Artsts talking Andrew Bryant addresses some typical concerns about starting a blog

I don’t have time to keep a blog, I’d rather be in the studio making work

A blog can form part of your studio practice by providing the structure for reflexive thought. We all know how difficult it is to ‘think’ about our own work and writing is one of the ways to make thinking more productive, by following a train of thought ‘with pen in hand’. With the added awareness of an audience, no matter how big or small, we have someone in mind to address our thoughts to. Artists have always kept daybooks and journals to reflect on what they are doing, why not write your blog entries in the studio as a way of focusing yourself for a days work?

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