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Feel the Love this February ✨The CommonTime Composition
Feb 05, 2024 | The CommonTime Team

Dear Arts Lovers,

February is the month of love, and when you love what you’re doing, it’s all year round! When we are in the creative process, between enjoyable and challenging, we are in the flow. The concept of flow is often associated with artistic endeavors; we lose track of time – and ourselves – when we are painting, dancing, making music, or practicing our craft. It is an immense joy to be in that moment. For this month of love, get yourself back in the flow with your favorite art form.  Let’s spend every day doing something we love. It's not just there for the taking - it’s yours for the making!

When the box of chocolates is empty, and the flowers have withered and died, an authentic arts experience will stay in your heart and keep the love alive! For the month of February, take 15% off any arts lesson with promo code LOVEART15

Christine Matovich

Founder, CommonTime

Have you reserved your seat in The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship seminar? It’s time for your arts business to thrive.

The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship is a 10-week online seminar designed to give you the essential entrepreneurial skills, business acumen, and marketing strategies you need in your art career. Orientation is on February 15th. Classes meet weekly on Zoom on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 am EST starting February 20th. Each class is two hours, and every class meeting will be recorded and will be available afterwards to registered attendees.

The world needs your art – let’s get you out there!


Adrian Werum and the Orchester der Kulturen have joined with the Chinesischen Nationalcircus for the first Hamburg production of China Girl! China Girl is a story about love, longing, and hate, told through acrobatics, music, and dance, and featuring the music of David Bowie. The Orchester der Kulturen, a mosaic of different cultures, is performing the live musical score. There are performances throughout Germany now through May – you won’t want to miss it!

Did you know that three of the guest lecturers for The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship seminar come from our very own CommonTime community? Meet Alissa Schoenfeld, Adrian Werum, and Brajesh Jha!

Alissa is representing the arts lovers, supporters, and clients of CommonTime. She is an art historian and a senior director at Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City. 

Adrian is representing the artists and arts organizations of CommonTime. He is a conductor, composer, and the founder and artistic director of the Orchester der Kulturen. 

Brajesh is representing the CommonTime Advisory Board – the financial expertise behind the arts. He is a lifelong intrapreneur and a senior executive at Genpact with over three decades of business experience.

By registering for The Art of Arts Entrepreneurship, you’ll be able to learn directly from these industry professionals! To find out more, click here.

Do you have something to celebrate and share with the CommonTime community? Let us know at info@commontime.online!