Online Critique Group Recording Now Available | Featured Artist Claudia Tremblay

We just completed another Online Critique Group meeting – it was a lot of fun! If you didn’t get a chance to join us live, you can now watch the recording in our archive at:

https://artbusinessacademy.net/online-critique-group-broadcasts-and-archive/#archive

 

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Once you’ve had a chance to watch the video (or if you already watched the live session), please take a moment to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
You’ll see the subscribe button just below the video. As we have more subscribers to the Online Critique Group channel, we are able to use some additional YouTube tools that will make the broadcasts even better.

While you’re on the page, leave us a comment and let us know what you thought of the broadcast and any ideas you have that will help make future sessions even better.

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you for hosting the critique group. I have enjoyed both broadcasts. I hope to learn from both the audience and the artist. Thus far, both artists held a similarity in that they both stated, “It just happened”. “I was invited to be in Gallery’s” and “It was amazing really, my art was selling”. It was inspiring to hear their personal stories and of course to see their art but I am also hoping to participate in critiques and learn from artists who may be in need of our collective input as we may benefit from theirs and yours. Thank you for your support and mentoring of artists. May you be well, strong and kind during these challenging times.

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