Thank you C4 Atlanta for launching this C4ward March Blogathon! It was awesome that we could collaborate, and that I was able to coordinate my very first blogathon along the fantastic team there at C4 Atlanta (see Day 15 prompt below). What a wonderful event we created together! Cheers to Deborah Sosower for her boundless energy and creativity in all that she did, and most of all, for saying YES to a blogathon! You are so HOT! And without Joe Winter's calm and soothing ways and superior technical abilities this blogathon event that united artists through a journey of deepening prompts would have been impossible.
I love C4 Atlanta! I love it now and have ever since I stepped foot in its Fuse Gallery for an exhibit last May. And especially after taking the Ignite and Website Bootcamp courses. WOW! A resounding thank you!
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C4ward March Blogathon: Day 15 Prompt
On this last day of the C4ward March Blogathon, you have two prompts to choose from. Your choice!
Prompt 1: Take a moment to take inventory of the results of continuous blogging about your art and networking with other artists through their blogs.
- What have you learned about yourself?
- What connections have you made with other artists?
- Did you find a rhythm and style to express yourself about your art through blogging?
- Did you discover anything new about your relationship to your art?
- Do you have any better understanding of the role you play as an artist in your community?
- Is blogging a worthwhile activity?
- What do you need to keep you blogging regularly?
- What questions do you have?
Prompt 2: Think for a moment of the fellow artists that have been on this journey of continuous blogging with you. What gift can you give them?
- Post an image with a photo caption
- Write the lyrics of a love song, another Haiku, a creative paragraph
- Record yourself singing a song, playing a musical instrument, reading a poem
- Record yourself dancing or using a puppet