Networks & Collaboration

Smack Mellon Kathleen Gilrain

Making Art Accessible – CHF Interviews Kathleen Gilrain

Kathleen Gilrain is the executive director and chief curator of Smack Mellon, a nonprofit arts organization in Brooklyn, New York, that supports emerging, under-represented, mid-career, and female artists in the […]

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Playing Your Art Forward – Sabin Howard

“It’s important that an artist be involved in showing their work and takes ownership of what he makes rather than have somebody else take over his business.”

Opportunities that Build Relationships with Art Professionals

Opportunities that Build Relationships with Art Professionals

Attending events, shows, and parties can help young artists to build relationships with art professionals and collectors, but H. David Wright, Krystii Melaine, and P.A. Nisbet highlight the opportunities that […]

Art Competition

Competitive Strategy for Working Artists – PA Nisbet

P.A. Nisbet answers questions about the fundamental tension between being effective as an artist and effectiveness of growing and marketing a body of salable work.

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Artists Can’t Survive As Saints and Martyrs

If you don’t receive You’ve Cott Mail newsletter, please sign up for it! No matter what area of The Arts interests you, or whether you’re an artist or not, his […]

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Museums See Different Virtues in Virtual Worlds

LIKE vodka and fun-house mirrors and trips to Japan, the Internet can make you feel bigger than you are. It persuades vitamin D-starved shut-ins to try their hand as webcam […]