In some cases, copyright duration can last more than a hundred years. Some say that stifles creativity for other creators. Should copyright protection last so long, or was it merely fueled by corporations trying to make more money from their intellectual property?
You’ve established your freelance business. Now how do you get freelance clients? Check out an established freelancer’s top 10 tips.
Social media for artists can help you display your digital gallery, advertise events, connect with your audience and cultivate collectors. Discover how to optimize your social media business profiles to grow your influence.
Intellectual Property law is an important but complex topic for creators. In this article, we’ll help you decide which type of intellectual property (copyright, trademark, or patent) is right for your creations.
Copyright infringement cases can often cost more to litigate than what you receive if you win. Registering your work with the U.S. Copyright Office can change that outcome, helping you to get the damage award you deserve.
Networking cultivates connections, creates community, and fosters personal and professional growth. Follow Creative Circle's tips for widening your circle and landing that next big opportunity.
Artwork titles, descriptions, and keywords help viewers connect with your work — and become potential clients. Explore practical tips for choosing a memorable and meaningful artwork title.
Creating a powerful portfolio can help ensure that your art gets the exposure and notice you need to move your creative career forward.
For years, videographers have used music as a backdrop in their films, short videos, and documentaries. The law around music licensing is pretty clear: a license is required to use copyrighted music in a video. This has been standard practice since the dawn of...
There are many legal aspects of running an art-related business that could be fairly characterized as less than interesting, but few topics inspire more blank stares, or glazed-over eyes, faster than insurance. Like a lot of legal topics, thinking about insurance...
Unicolors' ultimate success in suing Urban Outfitters for copyright infringement hinged on one simple act: that Unicolors spent $55 to register its designs with the U.S Copyright Office.
If the owner of a copyrighted work cannot be found, can I use it? It may be possible if you analyze the orphan work properly.
In this episode, Grace Cho talks with Lauren Hana Chai in a conversation about how heritage, childhood trauma, and self-discovery can be navigated through art.
David Soman sits down with Artrepreneur curator Matt Rota to dive into his rediscovery of children’s book illustration and the creation of Ladybug Girl.
Pauline Brown and Grace Cho discuss Pauline’s career path and more importantly, the subject of Pauline’s recent book, Aesthetic Intelligence.