What are your best ideas for getting rid of earlier work that you can’t sell or reuse? Tell me on FB ow.ly/fDfK5
Amid all of the Cyber Monday emails in my inbox was “Hello beautiful person” fr hilarypfeifer.com Refreshing!
In My Experience
Go through old notes and notebooks. I’ll bet you have what you already need.
It’s never easy to end a business relationship, but it’s a must if it’s costing you money or time
Please don’t email me to tell me you have a new blog post. Instead, tell me why I should click there. What’s in it for me?
Think twice before you send an email telling someone what they did wrong
Email has a shorter shelf life, which means it’s easy to delete and forget about. Yay for snail mail!
One of my biggest regrets is when I waste someone else’s time-esp because I didn’t read instructions
Save yourself from future headaches and date everything: your notes, your art (in the records), your communication, etc.
Artist presentation last night is cautionary tale: Leave ’em wanting more! Don’t go WAY over time allotted no matter how good you are
People: Your URL does not have an @ sign in it
An ! at the end of your weak subject line doesn’t make it more exciting
Consistent Effort + Measured Results + Tweaking What Isn’t Working = Success!
The Art World
RT @HarrieteE It is time that artists and makers did their research before spending their money on bad shows that are not attracting buyers.
Good wsj story about rising art stars ow.ly/1PRWwh
This is so neat! Watch video of Ann Hamilton’s installation. ow.ly/fUoRw Wld love to experience it
One way to get your art in a museum: wear it there! chrisshoup.com
8 reasons to hate the art world ow.ly/fHyvp