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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.
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.
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.
This issue is dedicated to the artists who relish the times they have to revisit the lessons of the past, but with the advanced wisdom, appreciation and perspective that comes with age and experience. Think of it as "summer school."
This month's issue presents the myriad of exhibition possibilities available to artists outside of the traditional commercial galleries. These "alternative spaces" include retail establishments, nonprofit spaces, artist cooperatives and residential galleries.
The articles in this issue are intended to inspire you to dedicate serious time to strengthening your artistic voice. Find inspiration in a residency program, in an overseas post-baccalaureate program or simply through thoughtful introspection.
Welcome to the first issue of Professional Artist! We’ve specifically tailored this issue to those of you who want to take your art career to the next level, with the ultimate goal of envisioning a plan that will help you achieve creative and financial independence.
We're taking a new twist on public art. In addition to some historical lessons and opportunities for sculptors, the article in this issue explain the ways you can break into public art regardless of the medium you use in your studio, including going from 2-D to 3-D.
As 2011 approaches, it's important to examine where you are in your career, where you want to go and how to get there. Regardless of how great your artwork is, if you don't effectively connect with your audience, your career will suffer. As such, we've dedicated this issue to writing about your work.
Being an artist means belonging to a community of colleagues willing to share information, learn new things from each other and engage in deep discussion about techniques, strategies and ideas. Through this, we learn to make our work stronger.
This month's issue will help you to get into a frame of mind that will allow you to look at your work with a critical eye, challenge yourself with new directions and discover your potential.
Multiple deadlines and projects can lead to stress, disappointment and frustration if not handled properly. The goal of this month's issue is to help you increase passion, productivity and satisfaction in your work.
Tackle the digital frontier in this double issue: Put together a targeted plan of action for Facebook, satisfy your virtual collectors and sell more artwork online or make your own instructional art video.
Learn 14 tips for creating outstanding art events, how to break into the decor industry, the business of culinary artwork and much more!