If you love art and art history and want to use your skills to win prizes, join in on the fun! Professional Artist is holding a summer scavenger hunt this summer, and our Pinterest followers have the chance to win prizes! The rules are simple. Read on for an overview of the hunt and instructions on how to get involved!
In this issue, we highlight new technologies, and how to use them for your career, and explore digital platforms fit you and your artwork best.
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This month we focus on working with galleries while stressing the importance of organization, professionalism and presentation in the professional art world.
In this issue, we explore strategies for organizing your studio business so you can get the most out of your time, efforts and resources.
In this issue, we explore the ways in which your art connects with people, and ways in which you, the artist, connect with people.
Find the resources you need to dedicate more time and energy to your art, including funding sources, connecting more with buyers, or attending a residency program.
The Professional Artist Annual Portrait Cover Contest features an open-ended interpretation of the term “portraiture.” The contest is open to artists 18 and up working in any media or style. Portraits may be literal or nonliteral representations (i.e. collage, digital collage, abstract works, etc. also accepted).
Generating income from art in the form of either cash or cash equivalents is always challenging, especially for artists who have unconventional ideas or create art that may not be commercially viable. The good news is that the art world is one place where anyone who shows talent and promise — marketable or otherwise — can get help in a variety of ways...
Learn how to dream big and accomplish your goals through having an optimistic attitude, focusing, and surrounding yourself with a strong artist support system.
This issue focuses on the idea of educating others - teaching workshops, providing mentorship and learning to communicate the message of your art in more compelling ways.
In the face of competing ideas, creative projects, and everyday tasks and responsibilities, artists can become blocked...
There are many ways that you, as an artist, can enhance the art buying experience without significantly affecting your sales profits. Simple things, such as including a small promotional item or a formal record of an artwork’s exhibition history, might be a little extra cost for you, but can be a significant and valuable bonus to the customer.
This issue helps you to strengthen your career foundation, including organizational skills, technical skills and establishing value for your artwork.
This issue provides insight into the gallery system, including what gallery owners are looking for, why to avoid vanity galleries, and what it means to be a true professional.
Get all of the 2010 issues of Art Calendar Magazine in digital format on one convenient CD-rom.
In this issue, you will learn how to move your art career to the next level by challenging your conventional thinking and revising your business strategies.
The following article is based on an excerpt from Renée Phillips’ upcoming book Vision, Passion & Purpose: Artists as World Changers.
This issue includes articles Facebook, E-Newsletters, Increasing Online Art Sales and more.
In this issue, we present the strategies with which artists can embrace current technology and develop better relationships with clients and fans in the digital realm.