In its May 2018 issue, Western Art & Architecture features the Clark Hulings Fund’s Business Accelerator Program. “Collector’s Notebook: Getting Down to Business” highlights the ways that CHF’s resources and programs help artists achieve entrepreneurial success. Quoting CHF Founder Elizabeth Hulings and Business Accelerator Fellow Willy Bo Richardson, the piece gets to the heart of what the fund aims to achieve: “‘There are two paradigms we are trying to shift,’ says Hulings. ‘One is that artists won’t be good at [operating a business]. Even worse, if they do it, they won’t be able to continue being artists. It’s the sell-out thing, that if you come out of your studio and balance your checkbook, the muse will disappear.'” Read the full article here.