Life certainly can get complicated and overwhelming and often times it’s easy to feel
unmotivated. Rather than give up or sit there and complain, rest assured that the rainbow
will show up at the end of the storm. If you’re not sure how to get inspired or who to turn to,
you’ve landed on the right article at the right time!
You’ve done a lot of hard work to get to this point. Now, it’s time to launch! Unless you must do a hard launch on a specific date (e.g. for a product launch that just can’t wait), I suggest you first do a soft launch, and then a hard launch. A soft launch will allow for real-world testing prior to announcing your website to the world.
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2016
Commerce Continues Work to Boost Economy Through Coordinated Tourism Marketing Strategy Launches “Make It Yours” Story Tools
Providence, R.I., April 27, 2016--The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation today announced the next steps in the tourism marketing campaign with the launch of a series of opportunities to engage Rhode Islanders called “Make It Yours” (MIY). These engagement opportunities are in addition to the data-driven strategic investments being made across paid, earned and social media, and within the existing tourism campaign budget allocation.
“We are committed to moving our marketing campaign forward and making it a success,” R.I. Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor said. “Over the past several weeks, our team has stepped up its engagement with key stakeholders including our colleagues in the tourism regions. We're grateful for this dialogue, which provides our team with ongoing on-the-ground insights. As a next step, we are pleased to offer these 'MIY' public engagement opportunities. Through this effort, Rhode Islanders will be able to share stories, images, and suggestions about this state’s culture, history and beauty. These authentic contributions will help inform, infuse, and inspire our marketing campaign going forward. In doing so, they will make our campaign more effective -- attracting more visitors to Rhode Island and, ultimately, creating more jobs for Rhode Islanders."
As artists, we need the support as well as the empowering experience from others who think alike and are creators.
An artist has his or her own work and style that shapes the way in which art is created. This is the dominant influence; however there are times when the artist needs to collaborate or work directly within the artist community. These are both fundamental pieces for artistic development.
6 Areas Where People Get Stuck In The Organizing Process - Creative Solutions to Get “Unstuck” | Kristin MacRae
There are many stages to the organizing process. People tend to get stuck in certain areas, which hinders them from completing their organizing projects. Once you can recognize where you get stuck, you can focus on that area and you’ll work through it and be on your way to getting organized.
Here are 6 areas where people get stuck:
More often than not, potential clients reach out once something has gone horribly wrong. When it comes to legal issues, many of the problems the client faced were issues that could have been resolved at the outset had they reached out to an attorney from the very beginning.
How an after school program modeled after The 52nd Street Project in New York, engages young people and enhances learning through playwriting.
The Manton Avenue Project’s (MAP) mission is to bring out the unique potential of school-age children living in the Olneyville neighborhood of Providence by amplifying their creative voices and mentoring them with professional artists to create original theater. This offers them the support and opportunities needed for positive personality development, increasing their creative potential and ability to navigate life’s challenges.
There is a whirlwind of creative activity blowing around the radius of downtown Providence. The lines of collaboration and partnerships are drawn out from the Providence Public Library and continue onward towards Nordstrom and the Rhode Island School of Design.
The design team led by Ainsley Bonham, a designer at Judd Brown Designs (left) in Pawtucket, RI and Elise Fargnoli (right) of Paradigm Media Consultants in Warwick, captured two awards during the interior design challenge at the Rhode Island Home Show, held at the Rhode Island Convention Center March 31-April 3. The team was awarded the “People’s Choice” and “Lifestyle Achievement” awards for its inspired live-work space design which featured almost exclusively Rhode Island-created furnishings and décor.
The Artists Loop Memory Quilt-Collage project is led by Pnina Pressburger in collaboration with textile and collage artists to explore mixed media art making.
Join us Tuesday, April 5th from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
at Watermark Gallery for viewing an exciting and challenging show. Featuring modern quilts that go beyond conceptions of quiltmaking. True works of art.