Scene + Heard

Here are some of great things I found on the mighty interweb this week for artists and small business folk:

:: Kathleen of Jeremy & Kathleen writes about when to work for free.  {When do you work for free?}  And here is the flowchart from designer Jessica Hische about the very same thing, which is pretty hilarious.

:: In a similar vein, Kate O’Reilly reminds us that freelancing is a job.

:: Photographer Becka Robinson of Life As An Artistpreneur has started a great new series on her blog, every Monday, called Coffee Cup Chats.  She features topics relevant to artistpreneurs, and encourages dialogue around them.

:: The Dieline’s Top 100 Package Designs of 2011 made the designer wanna-be in me drool.

:: Lisa Congdon started a new daily project (hand lettering!), which I love.  I’m a HUGE fan of daily projects as a way of generating and sharing work.

:: On the Twin Cities front, Young Jean Lee‘s Untitled Feminist Show is kicking off the Out There series in a totally nude fashion:

Have a great weekend!  I will be serving Bloody Marys to the masses, and organizing my bags of bulk spices into labeled jars.  No more mistaking cayenne for paprika…

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