Local Artist, Writer and Performer Profiles

  1. Who are you and how do you want to be identified. IE. Do you have a business name, stage name pen name, preferred prefix or pronoun, etc.
  2. Do you have a catchphrase that helps describe what you do?
  3.  What inspires you to write, create and perform?
  4. What cultural traditions do and draw from?
  5. How long have you performing, creating and writing?
  6. How can people buy your merchandise?
  7. How can people support your efforts materially and financially?
  8. How can people contact you if they want to hire you or license your work?
  9. How can people friend you online?
  10. Do you have a mailing lists, subscriptions, publications, webcasts or streaming services people can subscribe to you on.
  11. What is your proudest achievement as an artist, creator, designer, human being, performer, producer or writer.
  12. Do you have any events, shows, performances, open houses, exhibits etc coming up"
  13. Do you have an inspirational message that you would want to share with the world.
  14. Feel free to submit up to 3 photos or photo links. And one video link.

For Crafters and Designers.

  1. What do you make?
  2. What do do make it from?
  3. How do you make it?
  4. Where did you learn to make your craft?
  5. What do you like about making your art?


For musicians

  1. How would you describe your act?
  2. What instruments do you play? 
  3. What is your repertoire genre?
  4. Where can someone see you perform?
  5. Where can people purchase your music?


For writers

  1. What kind of writing do you do? Technical, songwriting, Social Media Posts, Poetry, Novels, Magazines, Journalism, haiku, Comics, blogging, 
  2. What Genres do are write in?

For storefronts?

How long have you been in business?

All answers submitted  by October 31st will be edited using Natural Intelligence and posted by November 30th on the Cooperatively Owned Blog.


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Cooperatively owned is not cooperatively owned. It is owned by Greg Spence and and it is mainly used to blog about cooperatives and sell music that is collaboratively produced by my wife Paulette and I. 

I also use it to blog about locally owned businesses. In the long run I'd like it to be a consumer owned version of Facebook, Myspace, Nextdoor, Yelp, Bandcamp,Twitter, and-or Yelp?

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