If much of your time is spent curating the work of others – gathering and sharing the most inspiring art you can find – it’s certainly a valuable act.
But when you’re so immersed in curating, you neglect creating your own work, the world is being sold short, cheated, robbed.
If your art isn’t even being brought to life, no-one else has a chance to find it, let alone be moved by it.
So by all means continue curating.
But don’t forget to spend at least as much time (preferably far more) doing your essential work of creating.
What’s your curator to creator ratio? Join the conversation to let us know.
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