Courtesy of ArtistsNetwork:You’ve just been invited to have a solo show in your top-selling gallery. Maybe you’ve won a prestigious award at a national show. Or perhaps you’ve agreed to lead a weeklong painting holiday to a spectacular destination. Whatever the situation, it’s news, and you’ll want to get the word out.You don’t necessarily have to pay for an expensive ad. Why not get exposure for free? Newspapers, magazines and other publications often print newsworthy items they believe will interest their readers. To get this exposure, you’ll need to write a press release.Your press release must be concise and to the point. Before you set pen to paper, think back to your high school English class. A good story includes the who, what, when, where, why and how—and you must answer these questions in your release... READ MORE HERE.