Twitter Tweekly for January 26 2014

Only the best for you! My top tweets from the past two weeks – all in one place. Click on what you like and ignore the rest.

Just booked travel for VT workshop on Feb 15-16.
Hope you can come!

Art Biz

If the art is for sale, make sure the price is visible

Without your studio practice you have nothing to market. Get in the studio!

Follow Alyson on TwitterLoving Living & Sustaining a Creative Life by Sharon Louden. So many lessons in this book.

At fairs are changing the gallery scene | The Economist

creative geniuses who blog via @JonMorrow… Love seeing @ArtistLucyChen here

art industry vs. art world…@nytimesarts 

Writing & Content

Google+ cheat sheet (formatting posts for impact)…via @PublicityHound

The secret to being a bore is to tell everything – Voltaire via @saragenn

Helpful headline tips via @AliBrown…

50 Epic Jargon Solutions for Better Writing

Mastering The Fine Art Of Getting To The Point

Inspiration & Productivity

The point of planning is to help you do things right, not to make a plan that’s right via @CharlieGilkey

Five Things Resilient People Do

MT @claudinetweets: i’ve been using the @PomodoroTech for a week now to increase productivity. Now 6 hours what did take me 8! <cool!

Woke up to this TED talk about science of happiness… great way to start the day

For Fun

Crystal Bridges Museum Buys a Frank Lloyd Wright will be fascinating to watch it relocate to AR

Check out the world’s most unattractive monuments via @CNN

Digging the idea of the Ice Music Festival in Norway and loving this tune… #music


Follow @abstanfield on Twitter for the most timely updates for growing your art business.



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1 comment to Twitter Tweekly for January 26 2014

  • Beth

    Thanks Alyson. My favorite this week was the post on the world’s most unattractive monuments. It reminded me of MOBA (museum of bad art) on a larger scale.

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