Podcast Episode 39 – Meditation in Career-Planning

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Episode #39: Rhonda Schaller on Meditation in Career-Planning

In the latest HOW Design Live podcast episode, Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing-Mentor.com and HOW Design Live Programming Partner, talks with artist and author, Rhonda Schaller, on how contemplative practices can enhance creative and professional practices for artists as entrepreneurs.

RSchaller headshotJ_June2015About Rhonda Schaller:

Rhonda Schaller is an internationally recognized artist, author, and educator working with creative visualization meditations as a creative deepening tool and as a career-planning tool since 1985. She is the author of Create Your Art Career (2013, Allworth Press) and Called or Not, Spirits are Present (2009, Blue Pearl Press). She has contributed chapters for The Mindful Eye: Contemplative Pedagogies in Visual Arts Education (2016, Common Wealth Pub) and Starting Your Career in the Fine Arts (2011, Allworth Press). Her articles have appeared in SVA/Visual Arts Journal and artsyshark.com. She is a Visiting Associate Professor and the Director, Center for Career & Professional Development at Pratt Institute and founder of the Meditation Incubator project; Director, Schaller + Jaquish Art Projects; Founder, Create Meditate.  She has been faculty for the Masters of Professional Studies in Digital Photography at School of Visual Arts (SVA); and Division of Continuing Education. She cofounded the Ceres Gallery, NYC in 1984 and was a board member and faculty of the New York Feminist Art Institute. A graduate of Queens College (BA/1980) and Pratt Institute (MPS/2015), her works are in the permanent collections of the Memorial Art Gallery University of Rochester, C. Everett Coop Institute, Art of Healing Gallery Dartmouth University Medical School, the Exit Art/Reactions collection Library of Congress, and Franklin Furnace/Book Art archives. She lives and works in Hoboken, New Jersey.

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