Sheila Chandra feature in The Guardian

Monday's edition of The Guardian included a feature on Sheila Chandra and her new book, 'Organizing for Creative People'.

The article also features the street artist Stik, who Sheila began mentoring (when he was still homeless) in 2008. She wrote a version of Organizing for Creative People just for him and this book is an expanded version of her artist advice to him on how to build a strong foundation for his career. Stik has gone on to become one of the most famous and collectible street artists in the world.

Photos of Sheila and Stik for the piece were taken by our very own York Tillyer.

Read more in The Guardian

By Online Editor

Published on Wed, 21 June 17

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