Art Business

Balancing a Full-Time Job with Fulfilling Creativity

Need more time in your day to work on creative endeavors? Here are few ideas that may help.

Museums Deck the Halls with Holiday Cheer for All

Check out seasonal exhibits from some of the country’s top art museums.
MacDowell Colony

Eight Artist in Residence Programs to Launch Your Career

We've previously reviewed how important it is to craft a bio and resume that details...

Write an Artist Bio to Get Noticed

Most artists are used to expressing themselves in creative ways, but fewer understand the importance of expressing who they are in words. In this article, we'll review the creating an artist bio while offering some useful tips on its content.
Art Business

Expanding Your Art Business Beyond You [Part 2]

Are you ready to expand your art business? Here's what you need to know about hiring and terminating employees, employee retirement plans and vacation and sick leave.

You Don’t Have to be an Artist to Work with Art

Just because you don't possess any artistic abilities – or just because you haven’t made...
Art Business

Expanding Your Art Business Beyond You

Artists successfully running their own art business may be ready to hire an employee. We've covered everything you need to know, from tax requirements to insurance obligations.
Right of Publicity

What Photographers Need to Know About Shooting People [with Cameras]

In this article, we'll review a key example of publicity and privacy issues, and what you need to know to keep your photography in the clear.

Launching an Art Startup? These Online Resources Can Help.

Launching your own art startup can be scary. Here are a few tips and online resources that may help.
3d Printing

Does Copyright and Trademark Law Protect 3D Printing?

3D printing is a relatively new art form is sweeping the internet and worrying designers and Hollywood executives alike. Along with the advent of...
Photo Sharing

Six Steps to Safer Image Sharing

Despite the unfortunate reality that image sharing on the Internet can lead to misappropriation of your work, there are some steps that can minimize the risks.

Getting What You Want: Basic Negotiation Tips For Creatives

Selling and negotiating can be very intimidating. Fear not! Here are some common sense tips to negotiation that can help you get what you want.


Get Your Networking on at Miami Art Week

Miami Art Week is the perfect time for artists to network and gather contacts to keep building an art business. Check out five events primed to bring new opportunities.

The Emergence of the Creative Entrepreneur

The term “starving artist” has long been part of our lexicon, signifying the significant struggle artists face bringing their creative work to market. For...

Seth Godin and Marketing for the Art World

A good marketing strategy can help grow a business if done well. Let Seth Godin show you how to be a modern marketer in his skillshare video series.

Our Latest Video Q&A

How important is an online presence when seeking gallery representation?

We ask Eric Gleason of the Paul Kasmin Gallery, Sarah Rosenbloom of  Algus Greenspon, and Fred Snitzer of the Fred Snitzer Gallery.

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  • Greece according to Michael Landy (and everyone else) February 19, 2017
    The UK artist Michael Landy is reaching out to the public for his next exhibition due to open at the Diplarios School in Athens (23 March-11 June), which has been put together by the Neon organisation. Neon invites you to actively participate in the production of Michael Landys installation, by sending images that mirror your thoughts and feelings […]
  • Two views from inside the US's Japanese internment camps February 18, 2017
    On 19 February, the US marks a dark 75th anniversary: on this day in 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorising the internment of Japanese-Americans in government camps during the Second World War. The measure was executed amid a wave of anti-Japanese hysteria that followed the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. […]
  • Michigan art dealer sentenced to 41 months for running Modern art forgery scheme February 17, 2017
    The Michigan art dealer Eric Spoutz has been sentenced to 41 months in prison, and three years supervised release, for wire fraud charges related to a scheme to sell forgeries of works purportedly by American Modern artists, the US Attorneys Office announced on 16 February. He was also ordered to forfeit the $1.45m of ill-gotten […]
  • Colby College Museum of Art given 1,000-work collection February 17, 2017
    The Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville, Maine has received a donation worth more than $100m from the art collectors and honorary alumni Peter and Paula Lunder. The gift adds over 1,000 works of art to the museums collection and will fund the launch of the Lunder Institute of American Art, a research centre […]
  • Transgendered artist reveals impressively enlightened attitude among Donetsk rebels February 17, 2017
    Grey Violet, a transgender Russian LGBT activist who went missing on 31 January in rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine with another activist, was released on Valentines Day. Born Oleg Vasilyev, Grey Violet, part of the Voina art collective that also gave rise to Pussy Riot, told the Russian opposition news site Meduza that they were planning to […]