Free art accountability calls
Free art accountability calls
Do you struggle to find time for your own art? Do you have a desire to unleash your inner creativity but can’t seem to get into a consistent routine on your own?
I get it. As an artist myself, I understand the struggle of breaking through creative blocks and self-doubts. That’s why I’m dedicating an hour every Friday throughout the next season to focus on my own artistic practice and I would love for you to join me.
Art Hour is a virtual creative play session where we’ll each work on our own arts projects, but with the added accountability and support of the group. Hangouts will be held weekly on Google Meet, and are completely FREE to join. Come along to every session, or drop in when you can.
You don’t need to consider yourself an ‘artist’ to join (ability really isn’t important here), all you need is a willingness to create with minimal guidance.
You could use the time to:
Have a play
Deepen your chosen art form
Experiment with new artforms
Get to know your materials better
Work through an online course you’ve not gotten around to
Do your weekly workshop from Quiet Creativity in company with others
The time is yours to do whatever you want, so grab your art supplies and let’s prioritise our creativity together!
This season’s dates
This season, Art Hour will be happening on Fridays at 10am GMT / 11am CET on the following dates:
3rd November 2023
10th November 2023
17th November 2023
8th December 2023
15th December 2023
Come along to all sessions, or drop in when you want to. No booking needed.
Future sessions in 2024 pending.
Sign up for art hour
Art Hour is free to join.
Sign-up below for news & to receive meeting links on the day:
You’ll be signed up to my mailing list as well, but you can select which groups to unsubscribe from at any time.
How much does it cost?
Nothing! Art hour is completely free to join. If you enjoy the sessions, please consider dropping me a donation as an exchange: https://ko-fi.com/rhiannonadler
Where are the sessions held?
Art hour sessions are held online, on Google Meet. You do not need a Google account to be able to join the meeting, just a computer or device with video call capabilities. Learn how to join Google meetings here.
How do I get a link to join?
Sign up to register your interest, and I will email you on the morning before Art Hour begins, with a link to the call happening that day.
Will you give me activities to do?
No. These are very hands-off sessions, to allow you to explore your own art practice. If you’re not sure where to start, it’s worth coming along to the session as you might find inspiration from what other people get up to.
If you want guided activities and workshops to do, you may want to consider my Quiet Creativity retreat.
Do I have to come to all sessions?
No not at all. If you can come to all that’s wonderful, but you can also drop in to sessions when you can make it. Even if you only come to one, that’s absolutely fine.
How does it work?
We’ll start by having a quick check-in, and sharing what we plan to focus on in our time together, and then we’ll spend most of the time muted and working on our art. We’ll check-out before we go, and share what we got up to. If you need to hop off before the end, that’s totally fine.
How many people will there be?
Honestly, I have no idea! I need this hour of accountability myself, so I plan to be there on the Google meetings regardless of whether anyone else joins me or not.
Whilst I get things started I imagine the groups will be very small, but they may grow over time if I decide to continue running them. The more the merrier though!
Google has a limit of 100 participants per meeting, so if by a wonderful miracle we reach that many people, I will re-consider the format of the sessions to accommodate everyone.
Can I bring a child?
You are very welcome to join Art Hour with your child(ren) or babies – in fact, why not make it an Art Hour for the family! I’ve had many young ones joining creative sessions I’ve run online, and they often love spending time on art too.
We will spend most of the sessions muted whilst we focus on our own creations, so you won’t have to worry about any noise disturbing others in the group either.
I'm not an artist, can I come?
Yes, of course! You are so very welcome, whether you practice art as a hobby or are a professional artist or creative. It doesn’t matter whether you call yourself an artist or not, this is simply an opportunity to hold ourselves accountable to actually doing art and prioritising time to play.
I have another question
You can contact me with any questions or problems at email@example.com . I work flexible hours Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm, and it may take a few working days for me to reply.