Art licensing can be an important source of income for many artists. To ensure that your clients and customers understand how the art or designs they purchase can be used, you should have an art licensing agreement that details the rules. Here is a free sample that can help.
Pauline Brown, renowned expert on luxury branding and founder of Aesthetic Intelligence Labs, discusses the definition of aesthetic intelligence and how it can drive business interests.
An artist residency is a great opportunity to spend dedicated time on your work as well as to meet new artists. Read about the key factors to consider and hear from artists who have completed residencies to help you find — and get accepted — the perfect one for you.
Many self-employed artists fail to set up a legal corporate structure leaving their personal assets at risk from creditors. See which types of corporations are best for your art business.
Etsy copyright infringement by its members is a well-known problem and while it has taken some steps to tackle the issue, what, if any, recourse do content creators have in stopping these infringements?
A successful art entrepreneur understands that an artist business plan is critical for success. Here's a guide to help create your own.
A well-designed Instagram strategy to engage art collectors should be part of every artist’s marketing plan. Learn tips to expand your audience to potential buyers.
A Model Release Form can help ensure that an artist, photographer, or publisher can use the images they create in the ways that they want. When are they needed, and what should be included in one? Read on to find out.
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.
Go beyond “like, follow and share” with these expert tips for boosting engagement on social media for artists — and expand your influence to turn followers into customers, clients and collaborators.
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 (IP) law is an important but complex topic for creators. In this article, we’ll help you decide which types of IP (copyright, trademark, or patent) are 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.
In this episode, Grace Cho talks with Kathleen Jordan, Vice President of Store Design for Neiman Marcus about the planning and design process for retail stores.
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.
Artrepreneur is the first platform for the arts to earn Certified B Corporation status.
Certified B Corporations are leaders in the global movement for an inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economy. B Corp Certification is a designation that a business is meeting high standards of verified performance, accountability, and transparency on factors from employee benefits and charitable giving to supply chain practices and input materials. Learn More.