Artist Resource Center - Personal Networking

Post date: Jan 12, 2012
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Ever heard or read an interview that piqued your interest and illuminated an exhibition, performance, or art project in such a way that it suddenly became must-see? Alternately, have you ever heard or read an interview that killed your interest? How did those artists get those interviews anyways?

Post date: Jan 6, 2012
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Prepared by Lindsay Peyton, Cadence Enterprise 

 

1. Be a great host

a. Circulate

Post date: Nov 18, 2011
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Courtesy of ArtJob.com Blogger Karen Atkinson on how to present yourself during a job interview or when speaking in public.

Post date: Oct 27, 2011
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Courtesy of Columbia College Chicago

 

We are living in a brave new world. Trends shift daily but there are a few things students can do to stay ahead of the curve.  Right here, right now.  Below are five tips to help you network with professionals that along with a good portfolio and a great education will go a long way.

 

1. Just Do It

Post date: Oct 27, 2011
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Courtesy of ArtBusiness.com

 

Post date: Oct 27, 2011
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Courtesy of ArtAdvice.com.

 

Post date: Oct 11, 2011
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The more simplified you make your art marketing strategies, the more success you will have as you will enjoy the process of Marketing and Selling your Art.  In any business venture, one of the most important elements that sometimes gets forgotten or is not done properly is Building Your Contacts Database. Every business has a database but it is not held or used in a formalized way.


 

Post date: Oct 11, 2011
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Courtesy of Ezine Branding Articles.

 

Art marketing in today’s world is more a science than ever before. With so many different outlets, successful artists have learned to tap all of these outlets and create their brand. Once an artist has created brand they will be able to increase the value of their Art and volume of Sales.

 

Post date: Oct 11, 2011
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