Existing artist networks and creative communities can augment an artist’s career and provide effective marketing and logistical support.
Art Dealer Anita Shapolsky Explains Best Practices for Identifying and Collecting Post-War Art Masterpieces.
Artrepreneur staff reflects on his ongoing experiences studying at an art university and the need for diversity in arts education.
Orangenius has partnered with the Garment District Alliance to present Art Elevated, featuring cutting-edge art hovering above the streets of Manhattan.
Contemporary Pop Artist ARTISTMARK explains his pioneering digital pop art format.
Melanie Vote, a juror for Orangenius' recent Art Elevated contest, discusses her creative process and artistic career.
A guide highlighting the diverse approaches to making podcasts for artists that are relevant to listeners across arts and creative industries.
Sculptor Syd Carpenter on working as an ornamental gardener, Fellowship programs and the challenges of being a Philadelphia artist.
From keeping an art archive to keep your studio organized to developing a sleek art catalog for sales, artists should incorporate an organizational routine if they're looking to grow their business.
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.
Museum hotels like 21c are finding new ways to engage with their local art communities. Here's how artists can work collaboratively with this innovative new concept.
Organizing an art meetup is an excellent way to build community. We sit down with the founders of successful initiatives like the Portland Artist Network and the Rural America Contemporary Art Group.
NC State University professor Todd Berreth discusses his evolution as an artist and technologist, with a focus on exploring visual narrative within an AR framework.
As the prevalence of augmented reality technology continues to rise, more creatives look to incorporate it into their practice. Companies like Poplar are looking to support AR creatives.
Artist Ahol Sniffs Glue shares insights on managing your brand, taking on retail partnerships and embracing the hustle.
Introducing principles of participatory design and participatory art into your work can create a more personal experience for your audience, while also promoting repeated viewings for new experiences.
Looking for a way to connect with your private collectors? Handwritten notes remain a charming gesture that makes a lasting impression.
Throughout history, artists have held a pop up gallery exhibition as an intrepid way of drawing attention to their work. Here's why you shouldn't wait for a gallery to come knocking.
Galleries aren't the only places looking to show art. Alternative art spaces like cafes and music venues can help you expand your influence and your market.
Artrepreneur sits down with NYAA grad Matthew Alfonso Durante and talk about rural Wisconsin, coming to New York and comic books.
Want to sell your artwork on your own? An artist bill of sale and certificate of authenticity are crucial documents to ensure the sale remains professional and fruitful.
Kiril Jeliazkov's "The Orange Step" builds upon Bulgarian artist Christo's infamous work, with the artist's own spin. Jeliazkov discusses his latest work with Artrepreneur.
Are you an artist wondering how to start a nonprofit? From registering a 501c3 to organizing a board, here's what it takes to launch art nonprofits.
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.
Artist Borbay shares his approach for pricing artwork and reveals the secrets behind his popular contemporary art pricing chart.
Is creativity an innate skill, or can it be taught? University of the Arts CEO David Yager reflects on how to boost creativity no matter the workplace in a recent interview with [email protected]
Emerging sculptor Jiannan Wu talks to Artrepreneur about growing up in China, how his childhood influences his practice, and why he moved to New York.
Figurative painter Amy Hughes on studying in Liverpool, moving to New York, and balancing teaching with art-making and exhibitions.
In the third installment of the Business of Art radio series, Tribeca Enterprises CEO Andrew Essex discusses the evolution of advertising and storytelling within the creative industries.
Experiential event photographer Vincent Roazzi Jr. shares how he fell into a niche that fuels constant travel and photographic contracts with high-profile brands and event spaces.
Whether or not you manage to sell your artwork is driven not by the product, but what you do with the product. Artepreneur reviews some of the most crucial factors involved in selling artwork.
New York law affords special protections for buyers of artist multiples, which implies hefty requirements and potential liability for art dealers. Artrepreneur reviews why gallery owners should be careful when selling multiple editions of works.
Whether you are a painter doing a commission or a musician hired for a performance, your artist engagement contract will determine the role of each party involved. Get to know the standard terms to look out for when...
Struggling to determine how you should structure your freelance resume? Two resume experts give their advice for designing a creative resume that lands you the gig.
Photographer Mary Beth Koeth creates visual narratives through portraiture. From her commercial work photographing campaigns for major corporate clients and national magazines, Koeth has pivoted her portraiture niche into an award-winning career.
Creative designer Cat Lo works in a variety of design mediums. She shares her insight on balancing client expectations with creativity and setting freelance rates.
Graphic designer Carolina Niño shares her insight on working with brands like Adidas and Wired, while dishing on her recent collaboration with Colombian music group Bomba Estereo.
A UX portfolio that well-documents your process will definitely get you noticed by creative recruitment professionals, says Creative Circle recruiter Elizabeth Calabrese-Mahnken.
Copyright duration keeps getting longer, primarily due to Disney wanting to keep Mickey Mouse under copyright protection. Here’s how they did it.
Every artist or photographer should use a licensing agreement when contracted to create new work. Download your free licensing agreement here.
If you’ve secured that important sit-down with a potential collector, arts journalist, or gallerist, be prepared to answer these common artist interview questions during your initial meeting.
A successful art entrepreneur understands that an artist business plan is critical for success. Here’s a step-by-step guide to create your own.
Technology and art are intersecting in more ways than ever, and today’s art startups are […]
About 375,000 visual artists 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.
We’ve previously reviewed how important it is to craft a bio and resume that details […]
By sticking to the tenets of the social media pyramid, artists on social media can develop an engaged audience.
Trump’s H1B visa shakedown means you may need to hire a foreign creative as an independent contractor. Here’s how to avoid any legal issues.
Most artists are used to expressing themselves in creative ways, but fewer understand the importance of expressing who they are in words. In this article, we’ll review the creating an artist bio while offering some useful tips on its content.
The art market represents a $45 billion-dollar global industry that is driven by a quickly evolving art gallery business model. We explore the everyday operations and challenges of running an art gallery business.
There are a variety of challenges facing today’s art entrepreneur, but they don’t have to sidetrack an art business.