Making Time For The Entire Process

Steve Moraco
Jan 6, 2017 · 1 min read

Life gets in the way of creative work. There’s no time to make anything unless I make time.

The strategy I employ to make time for my art will determine how successfully I communicate my message. Even more importantly, my art-making strategy decides how well I will promote my work, and who will be exposed to it.

Too often a project fails because I allocate time to making things without making time and effort to tell people about the things I make!

Can the way I make my art limit my audience? Yes, but it can also attract an audience in the first place.

Leave time for failures. Leave time for promotion.

I want to make work I’m proud of and tell other people about it.


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