Creative Conflab is a podcast created by your host, Tara Joy Andrews. I’ve always been creative and have always been curious about where that creative energy comes from in all of us.
This podcast is about having deep and honest conversations about creativity, art, design, and craft. My hope is that you will get some inspiration and motivation from listening to this podcast to get creative in your own way. Creativity is in all of us.
Join us, we’re making things!
In episode fourteen, I have a powerful chat with Meryl Cook about creativity, how it has shaped her business, and how courage and resilience through creativity is something that makes everyone happier and more confident.
In episode thirteen, I chat with USA Today bestselling author, fellow podcaster and author of "How to Build Your Creative Career", Russel Nohelty. We chat about the main areas to focus on to build your creative business, some struggles creatives have, and
In episode twelve I talk about what I love about summertime and some childhood memories. I also chat about creative communities, mentors, and an AMAZING workshop I went to this week.
Episode blog posts & transcripts
Episode Links Laura’s Facebook page Solopreneur Facebook page Laura’s Instagram Laura’s Twitter Transcript Welcome to Creative Conflab, where we have honest conversations about creativity, art, design, and craft. Ready to get started? Let’s go!...
In episode three, I chat with Pierre Tabbiner about our creative processes, working on analog projects, discuss how people are shifting their marketing and advertising, and an awesome community colouring project #CommunityColours.
In episode 2, I have an informative and honest chat with Katie Hanczaryk who works at the Avalon Sexual Assault Centre (@centreavalon) about why our brains are not letting us be creative right now....
Your Host, Tara Joy Andrews
Tara is an illustrator and graphic designer that runs her own small business in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
She loves expressing herself using her creative talents and is constantly learning new creative crafts and experimenting with different techniques.
A few of her talents besides art and design include photography, linocut, bookbinding, crochet (both granny squares and amigurumi), drawing, journaling, writing snail mail letters, painting with watercolours or acrylics, cat whispering, and indoor gardening.