Consider becoming an arts writer/reviewer of other artists’ work. Writers are needed in the art ecosystem as critics and reviewers shape taste and are the gatekeepers that decide what is worthy of attention. Most importantly, the more you write about any art, the better you will become at writing about your own art.
The value of face-to-face marketing is being drowned out by the cacophony of online marketing advice. Here are 5 face-to-face networking essentials to remember when attending events, openings, and conferences. [...]
Feel like it is a struggle to write blog posts? Follow this simple formula to relax more about writing posts and enjoy the process. [...]
In continuing the celebration of my 10-year anniversary at Art Biz Coach, I share my top 10 pieces of sound business advice that it pays to review from time to time. What’s #1 ?? [...]
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Art Marketing Action Newsletter, here are the top 10 marketing advice articles from Art Biz Coach. Includes writing, blogging, exhibiting, and more. What’s #1 ? [...]
Having people unsubscribe from your list may cause an initial moment of panic, but here are 4 reasons to cherish your unsubscribers and turn your initial negative feeling into a positive one. [...]
We all have moments when we feel our creative juices are spent. Here are six brainless business actions you can take when you don’t have the energy to think too much. [...]
Wondering what the protocol is for reprinting an art review? You do not own a review of your art. Like your work, the words on that page or on your computer screen are copyrighted. Here are two options for the appropriate way to share a review of your work. [...]