9 Art Podcasts You Should Follow

Guest blogger Richard Slechta discusses that an often overlooked, but extremely rich resource for art inspiration and education, are podcasts. Richard shares his 9 top choices for art podcasts.

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Best of the Art Marketing Action Podcasts

While the Art Marketing Action podcast was closed down last fall, there are still 189 episodes on iTunes. To my amazement, more and more artists continue to find these old, but still relevant, audio programs. Maybe some of them will speak to you.

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5 Favorite Art Marketing Action Podcast Episodes

The Art Marketing Action podcast was produced for 3.5 years and was ended in November of 2010. Here, I share 5 of my favorite episodes from 2010.

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What I’ve Learned about Producing Audio and Podcasts

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Wednesday I announced the end of the Art Marketing Action podcast. While it was time to move on, I learned plenty of lessons from trying something new. I know a lot of you are trying audio and Internet radio. Maybe these thoughts will be of some benefit.

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Art Marketing Action Podcast: Getting Friends on Your Newsletter List

Audio version of the newsletter. Your friends are not open targets for bulk email messages. Ask them politely if they want to be included in your list and make it easy for them to subscribe. Remember to send them a sample of what they’ll be receiving and tell them how often they can expect to hear from you.

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Art Marketing Action Podcast: Attract High-End Buyers

The weekly Art Marketing Action podcast is an audio version of the newsletter/post of the same title. This week: There is no magic pill for attracting high-end buyers. It takes persistence and determination, which is why the life of an artist isn’t for everyone.

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Podcast: Contribute your talents to a good cause

There comes a time when your passion for a cause is so deep that you would regret not using your talents to help out. Listen to the podcast to get ideas on how to contribute your talents to raise money for the cause closest to your heart.

Note: More details became available about the exhibit mentioned in the podcast after this was recorded. Click on STAGES below for an update.

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Art Marketing Action newsletter (a written version of this podcast)

I’d Rather Be in the Studio! (my book, pages 219-222)

Donate Your Art Prudently

STAGES (Exhibit mentioned in podcast)

Set boundaries on your donations (blog: Leeds, UK)

Instructions for subscribing to the Art Marketing Action podcast on iTunes.

Podcast: Include prior connections on your mailing list

Are you assuming–perhaps incorrectly–that certain connections are separate from your art connections? Regardless of the type of work you did before diving into your art career, every contact you have made is valuable.

Include previous connections on your mailing list. As I share in this week’s podcast, it’s all about cultivating collectors!

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Art Marketing Action newsletter (a written version of this podcast)

Cultivate Collectors for your art (online class begins July 8)

Don’t shrink your mailing list just yet (newsletter)

I’d Rather Be in the Studio! (book, pages 17-19, 197-211)

Instructions for subscribing to the Art Marketing Action podcast on iTunes.

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Podcast: Stop, and then get to work

Are you looking for that one thing that will propel your art career forward faster than you could have imagined?

It’s easy to get lost in the quest for knowledge. Stop looking for knowledge that you already have and then get to work. Listen to your wise inner self!

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Art Marketing Action newsletter (a written version of this podcast)

Lay Out Your Curriculum (podcast)

Listen, Read, Act, Repeat (newsletter)

The Road to Peak Productivity (audio program)

Instructions for subscribing to the Art Marketing Action podcast on iTunes.

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Podcast: Appraise an online gallery

Every day there are new opportunities to show your art online, but how do you know which online galleries are legitimate? Appraise an online gallery by asking questions and assessing its components. Asking questions is not a sign of distrust, but a hallmark of a responsible professional.

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Art Marketing Action newsletter (a written version of this podcast)

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Instructions for subscribing to the Art Marketing Action podcast on iTunes.

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