Are you having trouble figuring out what to focus on in your career? Our guest Folasade Ologundudu shares her journey of getting clarity on her creative vision with host, Ekaterina Popova. We talk about travel, her platform LIGHT WORK, and how to navigate multiple projects in each season.
Light Work is a creative platform rooted at the intersection of art, education, and culture. We work with artists and entrepreneurs deeply rooted in visual arts, media, youth culture, and community building.
Sade is a Brooklyn-born writer and multidisciplinary creative specializing in journalism and storytelling through the lens of art and culture. A graduate of Brooklyn College, she received her Bachelor's degree in Business Management with a concentration in marketing and communications. She also holds a diploma in Digital Marketing from NYU’s School of Professional Studies. She is the founder of Light Work, a creative platform rooted at the intersection of art, education and culture. Her podcast, produced through LightWork, explores the work of BIPOC artists with a focus on the African diaspora. Her critical work engages in art, education, and culture and can be seen in Art Forum, Artnet, Artsy, Hyperallergic, and Cultured Magazine.