A brand new membership for artists and illustrators curated by Inkygoodness is launching January 2022.
Our brand new membership community for artists and illustrators the Inkygoodness Collective (@inkygoodnesscollective) is currently in beta stage ahead of our official launch later this year.
Earlier this year we invited 50 artists and illustrators inside the community, giving them a sneak peak at Inkygoodness Collective to check it out and the feedback has been brilliant. Since then we’ve grown to just under 100 members by invitation-only. We’re now preparing to open our doors to the wider community and can’t wait to get you involved!
Designed to support and connect artists and illustrators, Inkygoodness Collective you to join a network of likeminded creatives, and give you access to workshops, group sessions, industry mentoring, online events, digital resources, discounts on our courses, and the opportunity to submit your work for future exhibitions curated by Inkygoodness.
Who we are
Inkygoodness is a global community focused on connecting, inspiring and developing artists and creative businesses. Founded by Lisa Hassell in 2010, Inkygoodness curate events and exhibitions, host regular design talks, run courses, workshops and coaching programmes for emerging and professional creatives. With a focus on personal and professional development for artists and illustrators, Inkygoodness is committed to engaging with emerging talent, sharing knowledge, offering support and cultivating a creative community for artists and illustrators to connect and thrive.
Why we love it
“Getting to know all of the other illustrators who are in the same boat as me, whilst also knowing that we all have the same self doubt and worries. It’s brilliant.”
— Matt Munday, Illustrator
“It has been amazing to meet everyone, make connections and have some exchange with all the other fellow illustrators! It is super motivating and inspiring and has helped me with knowing where I want to go with my illustration career.”
— Sandy Christ, Illustrator
“Being able to share work/ideas in a safe space, and becoming part of a network of illustrators/creatives – it’s something I really felt I was missing before.”
— Roanna Farmer, Illustrator
“The highlight of the experience so far has been the transparency and support from everybody in the group. The collective really feels like a safe space.”
— Valentina Leoni, Illustrator
Interested in courses, workshops and masterclasses? Join mailing list to hear about them first!
Image creds: Jacqueline Colley, Mark Conlan & Kelly Anna.