Pride, work and necessity of creative efforts—on the side:
“It’s really an amazing experience to see women and girls go from feeling unsure and intimidated to coding their own websites.” Read more.
“I talk to designers, writers, curators and educators about the role of a critical and theoretical discourse within and around the design profession.” Read more.
“#BalanceMBSS is a lifestyle project that focuses on promoting higher mental, physical, fashion and spiritual well-being.” Read more.
“A side project is necessary to feeling creatively balanced.” Read more.
“Side projects are an outlet to transform our greatest concerns or interests into form in a productive way.” Read more.
“Side projects reveal who we are, what we stand for and who we care about.” Read more.
“A simple wine-fueled idea to have an art exhibition in the dark.” Read more.
“It does make me feel a lot better to shine a light on underrepresented voices.” Read more.
“It’s up to you to make time for things important to you.” Read more.
“Having a side project that energizes and excites you can be a great way to de-stress.” Read more.
“My main focus has been taking items that are deemed useless and repurposing them into functional art.” Read more.
“LoganSquarist is a hyperlocal neighborhood website.” Read more.
“Committed to increasing awareness for greater diversity and inclusion in the fields of graphic design and advertising.” Read more.
“I am extremely passionate about community outreach.” Read more.
“Having side projects enable experimentation…” Read more.
“My side projects are inspired by something I want or need—if it doesn’t exist yet, I’ll do it myself.” Read more.
“Mapping cultural arts histories of cities through places where artists have lived and worked.” Read more.
“I’m fanatic about discovering new culinary experiences.” Read more.
“My side project is a digital guidebook for a rock climbing crag near Seattle.” Read more.
“My longest-running side project is reading 52 books in 52 weeks.” Read more.
“As a knitter, I’m usually working on my winter wardrobe and gifts for family members…”
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