Community on Discord

Join an international community of artists

Our Discord is a safe space for artists to ask questions, share their work, socialize, get critiques, and more!

Need a tour?

Watch this video tour to get familiar with our server.

Getting Started

Introduce yourself in #general when you join! Our friendly moderators will welcome you to get started.

Reading #faq is a good place to start to get acquainted with the server.

Our Discord Moderators
@Vanessa Falchi

Art Prof News

The #news channel provides the most recent updates on live streams and new content.

Post Stream Chats & Stage Sessions

Meet us in #art-alongs and #post-live-streams after our live streams to continue the discussion. We also host stage sessions where you can speak to us on voice!

Artist Wellness

Commiserate with others on the challenges of being an artist in #artist-wellness.

Critique channels

Post your artwork in any of our critique channels to get feedback and support. Rule on thumb: For every artwork you post for critique, comment on 3 artworks in 1 of the critique channels.

Your suggestions

Suggest a future video topic in #artprof-suggestions.

Discord Voice Channel
for Patreon Supporters

Our staff host live voice sessions in our Discord for our Patreon supporters 1-2 times per week. Ask a question, get a critique, just listen, and more!

In between voice sessions, you can post your artwork in the Patreon channels to get ongoing support and feedback.

To get access to the Patreon channels, you’ll need to pledge a minimum of $20 monthly on our Patreon.

Learn more

Art Prof Discord Tour

Art Prof Clara Lieu, Teaching Artist Deepti Menon, and Discord Moderator Bowsers explain how Discord can be used to create a supportive online community for artists. Prof Lieu, Deepti, and Bowsers show through the Art Prof Discord, how to create opportunities for art critiques and art related discussions through the organization of various channels and how moderators can provide a safe and supportive community.