How do you spot credible and worthwhile open calls when there are so many to choose from? When you find one, how can you stand out?
We sat down with Gallery Owner MK Semos for her take on making a living in the arts, developing an awesome gallery-program, and why she chooses to take on an artist.
From purchasing art multiples to scouring benefit art auctions, here are some tested approaches to collect art on a budget.
When preparing to present your services to a potential client, what should go into your pitch deck? From services offered to payment schedules, here's how to create a deck that lands the gig.
Many artist websites fail to capture their audience. Follow these simple tips for creating visually stunning sites that include all the necessary information that will engage others.
About 375,000 visual artists in the U.S. claim to be self-employed, yet many don't realize that their personal assets can be at risk. Find out how opening a corporation can help protect you.
There's an art fair everywhere for everyone it seems and a plethora of opportunities for artists to participate. Is showing at one right for you? Here's what questions you should ask and the pros and cons of exhibiting at an art fair so you can make an informed decision.
Artists use Pinterest to market their online platforms while offering a behind-the-scenes view of their daily inspirations. Here's how to incorporate Pinterest into your art marketing strategy.
Licensing a creative design can provide you with additional income, branding and partnership opportunities. Here we review what licensing is, how to do it, and what to consider.
Can social media be an effective platform for expressing your political views? What the the pros and cons for your audience, potential buyers and employers? We talk to several artists who have experienced both outcomes.
Japanese artist, designer and Creative Advisor for the Tokyo Olympics/Paralympics 2020 Sei Yamazaki talks about his creative career and artistic practice.