Welcome to Kind Art, a New Kind of Art.
If you’ve used Kind Art in the past you may be a little confused as to why everything has changed. The premises to Kind Art remains the same however, there are some differences.
Prior to the rebranding of Kind Art, Kind Art was used as a hobby, it wasn’t taken too seriously and content was only ever produced when time was available. Now, Kind Art is taken seriously. Others have been included in project who will help shape the growth and ensure that regular content will be provided. Although not everyone is listed, you’ll be able to keep track of the key members at Kind Art by viewing the about page.
At the present time, Riannah and myself have decided that the blog will consist of the following categories:
• Creative Techniques
The general category keeps creativity in mind but will contain posts regarding various topics that do not necessary fit into the other defined categories. Posts will consist of general Kind Art business, news discussions, popular events and more.
Creative techniques will allow you to identify and create a discussion regarding various creative techniques. Posts will also contain popular tools used to increase creativity.
The photography category contains images photographed by Kind Art where you’ll be able to give advice and critique on the techniques used. Some images may also be used in the portfolio as well posted on Instagram.
The projects category will contain posts relating to the current projects Kind Art is taking part in. Projects will be both business and pleasure related and may also be an extension to what can be found in the portfolio.
Sometimes your creativity runs dry and you need a little inspiration. This category will contain various creative posts varying between images, videos and quotes. Content will be produced by Kind Art but will also be from other sources so be sure to check the references.
Kind Art is not only a blogging platform but is also a way for those involved to showcase their talents. The best of these talents will be displayed in the portfolio section.
Like before, any creative individual can get involved with Kind Art. The only thing that has changed is the process. Now, individuals will have to contact Kind Art using the form on the contact page. They will then be instructed to provide examples of their previous work and also an explanation of how their work will benefit themselves as well as Kind Art.
It’s early days for Kind Art however, a lot of thought and planning has gone into the execution of this project so expect to see the site flourish with various creative content. Until then, bare with us as we try out different techniques to engage you as a reader as well as interest new readers to get involved.
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Happy New Year!