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 [...]
In this article we are going to cover Twitter basics for art. There’s a number of links included in this post that will take you great tutorials on all things Twitter. Twitter is an online social networking site and micro blogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based messages known as tweets. [...]
How to get started with Facebook so you can use social media to build a following and gain exposure for your art
This might take some time and effort and the results will be worth it. Business Pages on Facebook are public, they will be indexed by search engines. The more interaction and likes the higher your ranking. Ditto for Twitter accounts.
“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 will be teaching part three of this professional development series on October 20 in Red Deer, Alberta. For more information please see http://reddeerartscouncil.wordpress.com/workshops/
If you know someone that could benefit from all or even just one of these workshops, please share.
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.
If you don’t have Skype you could; easily. It never ceases to amaze me how technology is effectively shrinking the world. My little corner of the world is now the entire world. I can see and speak to people from all over the place.