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.
There are many legal aspects of running an art-related business that could be fairly characterized as less than interesting, but few topics inspire more blank stares, or glazed-over eyes, faster than insurance. Like a lot of legal topics, thinking about insurance...
Apart from talent, artists require a certain level of “buzz” in order to progress to new levels of recognition in their art careers.
Dr. Thomas Girst, head of BMW International Cultural Engagement, has a passion for art, with enough expertise,...
A multi-talented visual artist with a creative writing background, New Jersey's Amy Paraskeva wants viewers to...
Wine and art are two passions for Rafe D'Amico, who works full-time at Cumulus Media. So, in 2013, it made perfect...
Whether you’ve done private and public commissions before or want to get into the game How can artists get secure public and private art commissions?
Now matter what your age or career stage, you can transition to an art career. Learn about what works and what doesn’t when making a career transition and growing your artistic practice the second or third-time around.
Do you have an upcoming artist studio visit? Learn the do’s and don’ts to prepare for success, whether you’re expecting a gallerist, curator, art dealer, critic, or other professional.
Affordable artist studios can be hard to find, but they are out there. From partnering with nonprofits to sharing studio spaces and dedicated artist studio buildings, we’ll cover how to find an affordable studio space.
It is possible to make a successful career transition to the fine arts. We talk with New York-based artist and photographer Masahito Ono about how creatives can reposition themselves to return to or start a career in the fine arts.
After graduation, creating an artist resume that sells your strengths and positions you for the best opportunities is a top priority. From layout to what to highlight, here’s our tips to make sure set yourself up for success.
Graduation is upon us – what next? Post-grad tips on setting yourself up for professional success, including suggestions on building out your networks and career ecosystem, finding advocates and mentors, and placing yourself firmly within the fine art landscape to apply for and receive job opportunities that will advance your career as an artist and creative professional.
A look at a range of great prospects for artists graduating and looking for a first job – art handling, studio assisting, and more! First job answers for the art students seeking them.
An artist residency is an opportunity to concentrate on your work in a retreat-like environment. From getting your creative juices flowing to expanding your network, honing your skills and enhancing your career prospects, here are tips to maximize your next artist residency.
Today’s artists are self-employed, launching their own brands and businesses and becomingcr creative entrepreneurs. Schools offering art and design degrees need to include entrepreneurship courses as part of their curriculum to prepare students to be successful.
Follow these tips to pack a punch with your creative portfolio to jumpstart your career and grab the attention of potential clients.
Key advice on how to create visual displays and engage customers for successful selling at craft fairs.