Should Artist’s Add Online Collections to Their CV? Definition: An online collection would be a website that your work has been juried into. Not a free-upload-your-images and be apart of your 1000’s of artists portfolios. Read the full article on why artists should add online collections to their CV. Weigh in, leave your opinion. Have … Continue reading Should Artist’s Add Online Collections to Their CV
“Artbiz Speaks” is an article about actually speaking, out loud, in person, in front of people giving artist seminars. Otherwise known as “public speaking”.
Yes this is about the dreaded public speaking, don’t freak out, please read on, I have a story to tell. This is about how I got over myself, out of my head, conquered my fears and into the real world.
I learnt a lot going through the writing process and wanted to share those tips.
My biggest wish when putting the proposal together was to be able to read another similar grant proposal to see how it all goes together.
Think of your Facebook page as a mini blog to share thoughts and ideas that are to short to warrant a full blown blog post but are important none the less.
Over at KimBruce.ca I talk about my art but I have also have a category called “Art Management” which really doesn’t fit into my mission here at Artbiz. So I decided that I would expand myself and you by writing about the in’s and out’s of being an exhibiting artist.
VAAA recently started to new category “Professional Development” where they will build an inventory of instructional posts to help artists develop their art practice.
Here at Artbiz I work with a lot of artists, pretty much all artists, all the time. Sometimes we get to talking about our unique world and share experiences. Over time I have conversed with a few artists that relayed stories about bad experiences with galleries.
And if you’re one of these artists who’s managed to delude yourself into believing that complete strangers will be so taken with you and your art that they’ll supplicate themselves, implore you to tell them more…
The procedure for submitting via your website is really no different than what you would do normally. You still need to do your homework, write your words and take your pictures. Perseverance Furthers!
Here’s 10 tips on how to use your website as a submission tool and 3 thing never to do
Since the art world is moving more and more toward website submissions it is very important – no it is paramount – that your images are high quality. That does not mean that they are large file size and 300dpi. That would take forever to load and your visitors will leave your site before the image finally gets there.