Hiring managers pay more attention to the contents of your creative portfolio than your work experience. Artrepreneur reviews proven strategies for curating a creative portfolio that lands you that coveted gig.
A successful art entrepreneur understands that an artist business plan is critical for success. Here's a step-by-step guide to create your own.
Given the popularity of street art, video mash-ups, remixes, or pop art, it's important to know whether the works being used are copyright-free.
In this article, we review a key example of publicity and privacy issues, and what you need to know to keep your photography rights in the clear.
A team of scientists, programmers and historians have created an algorithm that created a physical work of art that mimics the look of a genuine Rembrandt painting. But can a computer generated work have copyright protection?
Many people think if they pay for creative work, they own the copyright but as you'll see in this article, that isn't always the case.
Launching a creative crowdfunding campaign is a common way to fund your art projects. How can you best set yourself up for success?
When competition for large grant funding is high, smaller visual arts grants can be closer within reach and help you reach your goals as a professional artist.
For artist Matt Rota, finding community and building a network is key. He sat down with Artrepreneur’s Chief-Curator to discuss the path from art school kid to illustrating for the New York Times, The New York, Harpers, Politico, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, and the Criterion Collection among others.
Grace sits down with renowned artist & illustrator Scott Gordley to discuss what it was like to paint James Earl Jones’ portrait, as well as Cher, Madonna, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Gordley’s commercial work has appeared in Time, Esquire, Newsday, Playboy, and the London Times, among others. He dives into what makes an illustration “smart”, the importance of understanding your subject, and how to bring extra dimension into your work that’ll catch the eye of any decent art director.
Anelle Miller, Director of the Society of Illustrators and the Museum of American Illustration in New York City, understands a successful career requires more than just talent. After all, it's not what gifts you have, it's what you do with them. Early on Anelle...