The way we learn has changed. Over the course of the last year, circumstances have driven more and more people to turn to online learning. Whether it be taking academic courses or diving into a new creative skill, everyone is slowly adjusting to using their computer to fulfill their needs. This opens up a huge opportunity for those who want to share their knowledge.
Podcasts have exploded over the past few years. (We've got Serial to thank for it.)
If you've been a fan of My Modern Met and want to go from a casual reader to an actual contributor, guess what, you're in luck. We're now hiring! It's an exciting time for us here as we continue to expand our business. We're looking for applicants who are web-savvy, love all things creative, and want to share their passion with the world.
Google already teaches us many things, like how to properly cut a pineapple.
With more people buying things on the internet now than ever, selling your creative products in an online shop is...
Art history can be intimidating. Seemingly composed of countless movements, mediums, artists, and styles, diving into the study may seem daunting. However, with the right book collection, you'll realize that an understanding of art history is not only possible, but surprisingly attainable. After all, as Ralph Waldo Emerson famously claimed, “every artist was first an amateur.
For over 20 years, photographer Barry Butler has been inspired by the city of Chicago.
Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting your creative career, there's always more to learn. From brushing up on your marketing skills or learning how to sell your art online, there's no end to the business skills that can help you push your career further. Because, as we all know, it takes more than raw talent to make it as an artist.
With every passing year, more and more art is being sold online as opposed to standard settings.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “the number of unemployed persons rose by 1.4 million to 7.