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Atelier art education has been resuscitated, and this has implications that ripple out to the next generation of artists, collectors—and even scientists and the wider culture. Mandy Theis is a figurative painter, art educator, and president and co-founder of The Da Vinci Initiative: hear her discussion on the counterculture movement of figurative art with Thriving Artist podcast host Daniel DiGriz.
You can’t control if your art is bought, or if the piece you’re working on now will be the one that makes a grant application successful. But you can control your goals and what you’re doing to make them happen.
They say living well is the best revenge. The world tells you that artists are doomed to starve, but Carolyn Edlund breaks down this insidious lie and encourages working artists to flip the script.
To be successful, working artists have to be good multitaskers. That includes balancing studio and business time, and applying new technologies to maximum effect. Read how artist Deb Slowey juggles it all.
The central features of the CHF Art-Business Conference are: Accelerator Training for Professional Artists; The Thriving Art Exchange; and Continued Collaboration. Unlike a lot of conferences, this is not an annual, one and done event.
Taking place September 16, 17, and 18 at the Santa Fe Convention Center, this might be one of our best events yet.
The biggest hurdle we face is helping artists to overcome the archaic belief that they don’t deserve to make a sustainable living from their work.
White supremacy is affecting many artists’ abilities to compete in the fine arts world. Here’s how we can combat it from the business side.
“The challenge was to make [the goal] so scary and big that you can never accomplish it, and I’m making small steps towards that.”
Mary McBride is a international speaker, an executive coach, editor of Catalyst, and the chair of the Arts and Cultural Management and Design Management graduate programs at Pratt Institute School […]
We often refuse to let other people sit with something that’s been said and just breathe in it for a few moments. We fix it. Before it’s even broken.
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