@abstanfield Tweekly

All kinds of news and resources to help you with your art career–just in case you weren’t looking at your Twitter stream when they came through.

RT @inkblotsart I’m holding an art hunt based on the article about the Chicago artist hiding his art, but w/ a twist!

RT @doraficher: Check it out, been updating my website, Dora Ficher Fine Art <Looks great, Dora!

RT @LACMA: Been checking out some Twitter-related online art projects thanks to @mashable. Know of any others?

Artists: Do you have an office asst or VA? I’d like to hear from you for an article if you do.

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Is art necessarily an income generator? Sylvia White talks money.

Building art career credentials via @Loriwords

Great article re how Einstein Bros uses Facebook fan page to build biz http://bit.ly/9LfB6I via @PublicityHound

Scientists studying Leonardo’s Last Supper say food proportions have grown 69%!  http://bit.ly/90HYsw via @ThinkLady

RT @kristenhoard RT @mashable 4 Easy Ways to Engage Your Facebook Fans Hey #artists #art how can we use these concepts?

RT @chrisguillebeau: Kelly– AKA @copylicious –has one of the best online bios I’ve ever read  <Agreed! Excellent! Thx

RT @JulieMorgenstrn: Buy birthday, holiday, etc cards for the entire year. At start of each month fill out the cards & put w/bills to pay

Any artists interested in a class to learn how to do your own workshops? I think it would be a fun one to teach!

Interesting discussion on my LI Art Biz group. Gallery dealer frets over one of her artists having too much to drink at the opening.

Artists: Are you using Bento? One artist shares her inventory templates http://bit.ly/bRZUyX

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3 comments to @abstanfield Tweekly

  • “Any artists interested in a class to learn how to do your own workshops? I think it would be a fun one to teach!”

    Yes!
    Some good solid nuts and bolts on the mechanics would be wonderful – with ideas and guidelines like we can find for having an exhibit, and having an open studio. I’ve been wishing for this for years.

  • Sylvia: Thanks for your interest. Since I was mostly talking about teaching, I’m curious as to how you see the other two things fit in. Do you mean exhibiting your work with the students?

  • Oops, sorry, I meant to compare rather than include. There are great guidelines available for planning and carrying out exhibits and open studios. I have been looking for similar thoughts/lists for planning, setting up and carrying out the teaching of workshops. A workshop workshop, perhaps?