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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!
When choosing an artist representative, do your homework to make sure you know enough about them and how the business relationship will work. Renee Phillips poses 16 questions to ask to get the whole story.
Are you getting enough sleep? Sleeping enhances performance, helps generate “aha!” moments, and plays a role in your body’s overall health and well-being. If you are sacrificing sleep to spend long hours at the studio, you could be doing yourself more harm than good.
Looking to obtain an M.F.A.? Researching graduate studio programs might seem daunting but knowing what questions to ask is a good place to start.
Companion piece to Practical Aesthetics: Examining Artwork With a Critical Eye by Stephen Knudsen, featured in the October 2010 issue of Art Calendar.
Commissioned work requires a certain focused and flexible mindset. If you are willing to take on the challenge, here are some useful guidelines to follow to make the process a positive experience.
In the final part of this series, you'll how to sell your art on the Internet using PayPal, your own Web store and Facebook, all with no upfront costs.
A strong Web site and e-mail campaign is essential to maintaining good communication with collectors, fans, the media and anyone else interested in your artwork. Here are three free tools that can enable you to send professional-looking e-newsletters, learn more about your audience and improve the organization of your Web site.
Used strategically, Facebook and Twitter can be effective, free marketing tools. But are you aware that there are dozens of other simple, free digital tools that marketing experts, entrepreneurs and even big corporations use all the time to manage and market their businesses?
It's important to understand that if you have a studio in your home, it may not be covered by your homeowner, condo or renter policy.
Being the salesperson for your art isn't always the easiest thing to do, but taking the time to create a good sales approach is key to success. Here are 10 ideas that are sure to power up your sales.
Irish painter Tom J. Byrne loves living in Paris, but is quick to admit that the City of Light can be tough place for artists trying to establish their careers.
The summer season is nearly here, and hopefully, that means you'll have time to catch up on your reading. In case you need some recommendations, here are 13 art books that the Art Calendar writers and editors are currently enjoying ...
As a career consultant and Artrepreneur myself, I have many golden rules that I teach and follow. Many of my clients have told me it is often the simple change in attitude or behavior that can often reap the best results. Here are 25 of my favorites.
Roger Moore became a warm glass artist just a few years ago, after having "varying degrees of success" as a graphic designer, publisher, gourmet food purveyor and stockbroker. To get his new career off on the right foot, he built himself a brand new studio - a studio that, while aesthetically-pleasing and highly functional, is just about as safe as it could be.