We’re continuing the series on how to promote your art now rather than waiting until the last minute. If you missed Part 1 last week, find it here. You’ll need to read it and do the homework before you can begin promoting your art exhibit or event, so don’t miss that critical step.
Now it’s time to make a list of everything you’d like to do to promote your exhibit. As you’re making this task list, keep your audience in mind. Who needs to know you’re having an exhibit? Whom would you like to show up at your exhibit opening? What magazines or newspapers should cover it?
Here’s a list of 22 tasks to get you started promoting your art exhibit.
Post title, photos, and dates on Web site Update mailing list Update media list Mention on blog, and then mention frequently on blog Refer to it in your newsletter Write [...]