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The Virtual Edition of The Santa Fe Indian Market offers an atmosphere of delight and awe at a time when most of us are cooped up in our own worlds of social distance. The post Selling Art in The New Normal: Marketplace, Native Communities, and Virtual Reality appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
It’s a timely moment to hear from Cornelia Carey and Carrie Cleveland from CERF+, a leading nonprofit focused on safeguarding artists’ livelihoods nationwide. The post Lockdown: Artists Double Down on Building Robust Businesses and Self-Help Networks appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“It was a total mind-shift this year. There is a market for what I want to do, and I am selling. There are buyers for the subject matter that I want to paint.” The post These Artists Graduated Training But are Entrepreneurs for Life appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
CHF data analysts Lily Dulberg and Daniel DiGriz prove in the Report on the Working Artist that the secret ingredient for artists’ success is entrepreneurial training. The post Data Science in the Arts: Report on the Working Artist—Lily Dulberg appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“I think people who know what their values are...know what their values are! So yes, they're trading, yes they're ‘sacrificing,’ but what they don't trade off is what they value.” The post If You Build It, They Will Ignore It. Unless…—Mary McBride appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
"If you don’t file a copyright application in a timely fashion you pay a very, very significant price. […] Artists really need to copyright their works I would say, immediately." The post Lock Down Your Rights to Your Own Art—Emily Danchuk, Esq. appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“Make sure you’re always retaining the rights to the work. If someone is asking you to sign the rights, there’s a problem. Because we are asking permission to use it; not to own it.” The post Get Your Art Into Hotels and Corporate Spaces—Rachel Berg appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“I consider myself a business owner, and my business is art. So I know that I’m running a business, and every artist that I know that’s making money is doing it the same way.” The post Identify Pivotal Opportunities for Business Growth – Nadia Fairlamb appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“Creatives can, and should, own the companies that creatives work at---creative people are uniquely suited to understand opportunities and problems and therefore develop solutions for market opportunities.” The post How Creative Entrepreneurs Build Investment Capital – Alice Loy appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.…
 
"It doesn’t matter what your art is, if your intention is to earn a living from it and thrive in your art, that proposal will help you figure out how you’re going to get there.” The post How to Grow Your Customer Base and Increase Sales – Steve Pruneau appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
It’s been an evolution to be a professional artist, and it’s taken me a long time to get here....I’m coming around to really seeing this as not only what I do, but my lifestyle and my income.” The post Engage New Sales Avenues to Increase Art Income – Aaron Laux appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
"One has to focus on strategy instead of tactic: tactic is the thing you’re going to do, strategy is the plan of how you’ll get respect, get well-known and get people to buy your work." The post What Independent Publishing Can Teach Visual Artists – Eric Rhoads appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
They’re not separate at all---the market and museum---there are galleries now where there’s very little work in the exhibition that’s for sale. They’re publishing books and ‘competing’ with museums. The lines are becoming blurrier and some of that is positive." The post Best Practices to Engage With Curators – Dr. Catherine Futter appeared first on…
 
"I see a lack of confidence standing in people's way, they don't trust what they're thinking, they don't trust what they're painting, and as soon as they get a little confident I see a huge change." The post Find the Best Representation for Your Art – Stephanie Birdsall appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.…
 
“Sometimes they [artists] think earning money, charging for their work, is not something they want to do. They feel embarrassed to do so. It's an attitude, I have no idea where it begins, but a lot of artists just look at the word ‘money’ and see a four letter word.” The post Beyond Arts Education: Why Artists Need Business Training – Betsy Ehrenbe…
 
“Young people need to have that experience and the effects can be dramatic over a lifetime. Experiencing an artwork in person is so much different than seeing it on a phone." The post Student Curated Art Collections: A New Way to Experience Art – James Kitchen appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“Many of the things that people approach in business - when they're talking about a business plan or return on investment - they're really talking about similar things to what happens in art.” The post Between Creativity and Commerce: Art Thinking – Amy Whitaker appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
Artists need to ask themselves, “What do I need to support myself and my family and my art business in the way that I'm accustomed to or want to and what it's going to take for me to get that?” The post Balancing Art, Life, and Business – Aletta de Wal appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.By The Clark Hulings Fund
 
“Business has a hard time understanding the arts, so… I'm advocating for the professionalizing, that within the organization, the artist is seen just as professional as the accountant, just as professional as the director and the other typical roles…” The post Economics of the Art Market – Neil Ramsay appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.…
 
“As an artist, you're a small business owner and you're in charge, you're the boss, and you have to manage that like any other small business would be managed. You have to keep your books organized, plan for big expenses, and plan for investing in those big projects.” The post The Long-Term Art Career – Ryan S. Brown appeared first on Clark Hulings…
 
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