Project Management

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Balancing the Demands of Being a Working Artist—Deb Slowey

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.

People of CHF

What Not To Do When Outsourcing Your Business

Building a brand for your business is hard, but maintaining it is even harder. Can you delegate work while maintaining a clear and compelling brand story? CHF Education & Messaging […]

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Tighten Your Sales Strategy and Refuse to Compromise

Recently-graduated CHF Art-Business Accelerator Fellow Donna Lee Nyzio might paint coastal themes, but she isn’t going to coast through as a painter without a plan. In this episode of The […]

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The Truth and BS About Outsourcing Large Chunks of Your Business

Being real about what we can outsource requires us to acknowledge that there’s no escape from doing the work. You can’t outsource a business; you can only outsource FROM a business.

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Make the Gig Economy Work for You—Angela Heath

“If you always give more than you ask, then networking is effective.”

Time Management

Manage Your Time Effectively by Decluttering Your Work Life

This process is about decluttering your life, not adding more “to-do’s.” Make one small change at a time and be patient with yourself. Enjoy your freedom!

Agile Methodology / Agile Art Education Projects

CHF Highlighted in Forbes for Our Agile Approach to Projects

In his latest column for Forbes, CHF’s Education and Marketing Director Daniel DiGriz extols the virtues of agile projects—a method of achieving goals that allows businesses to be nimble and adapt to the […]

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How Creative Entrepreneurs Build Investment Capital – Alice Loy

“Creatives can, and should, own the companies that creatives work at—creative people are uniquely suited to understand opportunities and problems and therefore develop solutions for market opportunities.”

Lauren Francis Adams

Planning for Residencies, Shows, and Travel – Lauren Frances Adams

“Those that produce the work are often the least in control of what happens to that work.”

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No Separation Between Work and Life – Laura Petrovich-Cheney

“When people sheared sheep 100 years ago, it wasn’t just work, it was their life; work wasn’t a separate thing.” Art and business are like that.

Art Business podcast

Project Management for Artists – Meredith Bergmann

Meredith helps us understand what goes into managing large scale art projects.