Here we break down the different types of firms, agencies, and design companies so that you can make an informed decision that makes the most sense for you!
In this series, you’ll find valuable information on making an art career! This article breaks down the opportunities for artists in the production field.
Artist communities help you build support, collaboration and connections. These tips for networking will help you reach your highest potential and give back.
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Raghava KK - Multidisciplinary Artist, Curator, and Storyteller, explores the transcendence of art through the ambits...
Félicie Haymoz, character designer known for her work on "Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Isle of Dogs," and Taili Wu,...
Deciding on your pricing is one of the hardest moves to make in the art industry. Read what it’s like to calculate rates from illustrator, Molly Magnell.
How do you make your connections? Get clients to see your work by knowing how to write the emails, how to respond, and how to organize who you are contacting.
Licensing a creative design can provide you with additional income, branding and partnership opportunities. Here we review what licensing is and how to do it.
If an artwork is in the public domain, free from copyright protection, then how can a museum claim it holds the copyright?
Building and maintaining a client list is an essential part of nurturing and growing a freelance career. Find out how to create and build your artistic contacts.
A photography contract that doesn’t consider licensing and made-for-hire agreements can have an impact on business. Here are common pitfalls you need to avoid.
When you’re not present to talk about your work in person, your artist statement is your spokesperson. Here’s how to get your voice to be heard.
Getting a gig in photography is no easy feat. Put yourself out there and know the industry with tips from photographer, Adam Kuehl.
The treaties and laws around archaeological treasures and cultural heritage sites makes it difficult to know who owns the artifacts from the discoveries.
In today’s age, artists are required to be social media savvy. Learn how to keep your guard up and know when you’re being scammed into a faulty sale.
If a U.S. website is using your images without your permission, the easiest and fastest way to stop the infringement is to send the website a “DMCA Takedown Notice.” DMCA stands for the “Digital Millennium Copyright Act.” Websites that host user-generated material...
Artists: Learn how to manage your art business in a financially responsible way aimed toward sustainable growth!