Artists: Learn how to manage your art business in a financially responsible way aimed toward sustainable growth!
Terms of Service lay out the rules for using a website and those rules aren't always in your favor. Maybe, instead, you should be asking yourself if you still want to maintain the exclusive rights to your art? That may sound severe but it is something people need...
Art licensing today is a lucrative industry and a great way to supplement your art income. Find out how to approach buyers that may want to license your art or whether it is better for you to just hire a licensing agent to do it for you.
Your best ideas are only as good as how well you can sell them, and mastering the art of the pitch presentation takes time, research, and devotion.
An increasing number of print-on-demand sites, such as Zazzle and Café Press, are popping up on the Internet. Users can create customizable products featuring their own photos or other graphic designs. Unfortunately, there is very little stopping some of these...
Developing an artist network builds camaraderie within your local community and enhances the possibility of landing new opportunities.
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...
Apart from talent, artists require a certain level of “buzz” in order to progress to new levels of recognition in their art careers.
You're considering a lot of different things when thinking about inking a new tattoo, but copyright infringement probably isn’t one of them. But copyright laws come into play in various ways when tattooing new work – whether you're the artist whose designs are...
Every business needs a contract at one time or another. They are everywhere. Whether you are a struggling artist, world-renowned photographer, or a gallery owner, you will be inundated with contracts from art dealers, agents, exhibitors, publishers, ad agencies,...
Whether or not an artist’s work is selling or being shown extensively shouldn’t be the only factor considered when building an art collection.
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.
Whether or not you manage to sell your artwork is driven not by the product, but what you do with the product. Here are some of the most crucial factors.
Martin Wittfooth, acclaimed painter and illustrator, discusses with Artrepreneur curator, Matthew Rota, his artistic journey, album covers, the discovery of his love of oil painting, and the logistics of gallery shows and art fairs. Wittfooth’s oil paintings explore disquieting themes of “industry and nature, unhinged evolution, and the clash of old ideologies with modern fears”, and have appeared in numerous publications such as New American Paintings, Hi-Fructose, and American Artist.
Sergio Bessa, Director of Curatorial Programs at the Bronx Museum, discusses the Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch exhibition, as well as explores what it means to be a curator in the shifting future of the arts industry.
Steve Brodner, an award-winning illustrator, caricaturist and journalist, as he dives into how he “lets his art respond to the world”.