The Balancing Act of an Arts Career

The Balancing Act of an Arts Career
On Thursday night I finished shooting a short film with Humber College Film School. We spent four days on set. It was such an amazing four days filled with laughs, hard work and tears. It’s a very powerful film about the relationship between 2 […]

By |November 19th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

They Text, They Tweet, But Can They Communicate?

They Text, They Tweet, But Can They Communicate?
So I was out for coffee with a good friend of mine last week at a local Starbucks having a celebratory latte over my new book and in they walk. It was a group of girls who must have been about 15 years […]

By |November 15th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

The Meaning of Choices

The Meaning of Choices
My father asked me recently, “How did your art school experience contribute to your career?” I thought about it for a minute, and the first thing that came to mind was that art school gave me the time to examine ideas and helped me understand where I […]

By |November 12th, 2012|Featured, Introduction|0 Comments

The Jobless 20-Somethings…How the Arts are the Answer!

The Jobless 20-Somethings…How the Arts are the Answer!
My entire career has focused on some aspect of the arts. Whether it was working for a film festival, coordinating arts workshops in schools or being a director of an arts camp. Lately, my focus has broadened to include a much bigger emphasis […]

By |November 8th, 2012|Featured|2 Comments

Who’s That with Martin Short? Our Newest Blogger!

Who’s That with Martin Short? Our Newest Blogger!
Why a Career in The Arts is What I’m Meant to Do!
By Vikki DiGiovanni, age 17

As I am nearing the mid-point of my final year of high school, the question “What are you going to be when you grow up?” resonates through my […]

By |November 5th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

The Artistic Edge is now a Book!

The Artistic Edge is now a Book!
Well the summer has come and gone and I feel like I’ve been locked in my office with my laptop for months. It’s finally time to emerge and announce that my book, The Artistic Edge: 7 Skills Children Need to Succeed in an Increasingly […]

By |November 1st, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

CWMF: Marta Interviews Neil Crone

CWMF: Marta Interviews Neil Crone
 

CONNECTING WITH MY FUTURE (CWMF)

Marta Machado  (14 years old) Interviews Neil Crone, film & TV actor (Little Mosque on the Prairie, Really Me)

READ MARTA’S REFLECTION ON HER EXPERIENCE

“Interviewing Neil Crone was such an amazing opportunity. I still can’t believe I was able to get advice from […]

By |August 11th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

7 Reasons Why Kids Should Be At Arts Camp This Summer

7 Reasons Why Kids Should Be At Arts Camp This Summer
I have to apologize for not posting much recently. It is summer time, which means I’m busy wearing my ‘Camp Director’ hat at the arts camp I own. I was thinking about it and there really are a slew of […]

By |July 17th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

CWMF: Adrian Interviews Ennis Esmer!

CWMF: Adrian Interviews Ennis Esmer!

CONNECTING WITH MY FUTURE (CWMF)

Adrian Mark  (14 years old) Interviews Ennis Esmer, one of the stars of the TV Show, The Listener.

READ ADRIAN’S REFLECTION ON HIS EXPERIENCE

“Interviewing Ennis Esmer was an absolutely extraordinary experience for me, and getting the opportunity to talk with someone who has […]

By |June 11th, 2012|Featured|0 Comments

5 Things I Learned From Ken Robinson

5 Things I Learned From Ken Robinson
Education expert Sir Ken Robinson is more than a New York Times bestselling author. He is a dynamic public speaker and leader in the development in creativity and innovation. Now a professor emeritus of education at the University of Warwick in the UK, he […]

By |June 8th, 2012|Featured|1 Comment