Jess Pillmore is co-founder and artistic director of the revolutionary arts education company, Creatively Independent. Using the performing arts towards self-efficacy, Jess has toured the past 20 years as an international guest artist (K-post grad, professional development, conferences), director/choreographer (International, Off-Broadway, fringe, regional, educational), singer/songwriter (3 Nat’l releases, 1 musical), sustainable artistry coach and published author. Her book, Creatively Independent, was supported by international best-seller Seth Godin and her provocative essay on ageism in education appeared in Psychology Today. TRAINING: MFA Interdisciplinary Arts (Goddard), BA Theatre (FSU)
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Jess Pillmore encourages artists not to limit their thinking to what may seem “possible.”
Jess Pillmore invites us to push beyond binary thinking to uncover the rich complexity in ourselves, our art, and our world.
Jess Pillmore writes about the power that comes with owning and speaking up for one’s artistic needs.
Jess Pillmore discusses different definitions of the word “sensitive,” and how understanding and embracing your own sensitivities can be beneficial to your art.