f your business isn't making money, can you call it a business? This week, Peter Hemsworth joins to challenge the BZLY, Art Pays Me and Terrence Taylor brand and business models. What's working? What's not?
A live recording of Changing the Narrative with special guest: Award winning film director, Cazhhmere.
This week we dig into the Rap Radar Podcast interview with Will Smith and discuss love in relationships.
2Cream2Sugar is proud to announce their first East Coast event, Civil Unity! They are partnering up with The Daily Grind to bring you a night of coming together as citizens of the creative community.
I was introduced to Lance by the wonderful Kate and Emma of The Magic Project. They invited us to speak on a public panel discussion about some of the challenges of being a Black male in Halifax. I was re-introduced to Lance as aquakultre shortly after, when he performed as part of the event. I was blown away by his presence as a performer his voice and his ability to make music that feels commercial yet raw enough that the streets will still f*ck with it. With a major co-sign from CBC, when he was selected as the winner of Searchlight 2018, he'll get a chance to share his voice with a much larger audience. Follow the drip!
This week on Changing the Narrative we discuss all things social enterprise with special guest Lauren Sears of Common Good Solutions.
This week on Changing the Narrative we jump back into some entrepreneurial talk with discussion on quality control, process and the different approaches to selling your art.
The Black Affair Fashion Show is a new showcase event produced by Carmalina Naturals Bath, Body and Hair products.
Changing the Narrative on CTV Morning Live Atlantic.
This week on Changing the Narrative we talk about our FIRST artist meet-up and welcome the lovely family behind KeiKaiKoa to the podcast to talk about their experiences with bullying, and what we can do to change the narrative.
Changing the Narrative put out an informal call to Halifax creatives that led to us hosting our first successful live event.
The first half of my presentation at Podcamp Halifax on the importance of purpose in business.
Ray is an artist in my community who deeply intrigues me. I reached out to her a few months back after being blown away by her makeup posts on Instagram. I wanted to find out a little more about her and what motivates her as artist.
I recently spoke at Podcamp Halifax about how I transitioned my hobby into a business by pursuing purpose AND profit.
I recently participated in the annual celebration of the creativity of the students, staff, facu...
I'm proud to announce that The Merch Space is the ONLY place to find Art Pays Me in Bermuda!
A podcast born out of an all too familiar frustration; navigating life as an aspiring creative.
Duane interviewed by Nader Nadernejad on the Adventure Show on CKDU Radio in Halifax.
The last Woke Hat is gone and I'm retiring the product. The Woke Collection is intended to be ver...
Awareness comes with responsibilities that I don't want to shoulder sometimes.
I had the honour of being interviewed on a podcast called Revision Path that celebrates Black designers.
Visit them at 1479 Birmingham Street in downtown Halifax.
Our APM Geo Paint Tee made an appearance on Global Toronto in a promotion for Martk’d.
I present and identify as “traditionally” male but I love that people are challenging what gender means more and more.
Art Pays Me is now available at The Daily Grind on 1479 Birmingham Street in Halifax!