Podcast: Start Promoting Your Exhibit Now, Part 1: Describe It

Art Marketing Action Podcast

Why wait to start promoting your exhibition or event when you could start right now?

This is Part 1 in a three-part series that walks you through promoting your exhibition well in advance.

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4 comments to Podcast: Start Promoting Your Exhibition Now, Part 1: Describe It

  • What perfect timing!!! I have our DOUBLE VISION exhibition opening on July 3rd and I was thinking this weekend, I’d better get busy promoting it! THANKS for the kick in the pants!!!

  • I have a group show coming up in July in New York at Monkdogz Urban Art. I contacted the other artists about helping each other get the news out. We all exchanged links and info to broadcast in various ways, Stumble, MySpace, Facebook, Squidoo,etc. and on our own sites. Excellent advice, thank you. Aloha, Kathy

  • Dale Ann: Yep. Promotions should have started a few months ago. Kathy: Neat that you are all coordinating! Do you have a place you can send me to show this type of coordination? I’d love to feature it. Also, I’d like to know if you all knew each other previously.

  • My solo exhibit of contemporary fiber art opens August 9 Rockport Center for the Arts, near Corpus Christi, Texas. Watery blues and sunset reds and golds characterize the stitched textile paintings, work inspired by constellations and mermaids, sea dogs and sea harpies, dreaming and diving and other coastal myths, icons and images. I’ll keep you informed of the promotion and plans — including a half-day workshop, “Field Guide to Color,” to be held in conjunction with the exhibit.