The Virtual Edition of The Santa Fe Indian Market offers an atmosphere of delight and awe at a time when most of us are cooped up in our own worlds of social distance.
Selling Art for Social Change
When you buy a painting, your contribution shows support for the artist, what the art stands for, and the system under which the art is sold.
Procuring in Pajamas: The Advantages of Virtual Art Fairs
Virtualizing art fairs, including SWAIA, are cost-effective, equitable, and set up artists for success into the future.
Four Ways to Build Your Art-Business During Uncertain Times
You CAN build a thriving art-business during a pandemic, and it might actually be easier to do so with the increased digital resources at this time.
An Art World Paradigm Shift—CHF Interviews Dave Geada
Up until now, these technologies have served particular niches or been passed over as curiosities by most us. The pandemic has changed all that.
Getting Your Art-Business Project to Market—The Viability Shark Tank
Shark Tank is a reality TV show in which ambitious entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to the metaphorical “sharks”—five successful entrepreneurs who advanced their careers exponentially by turning some initial project …
Millennials Aren’t Killing The Art Industry
Whether they are using the app or not, more young people are looking to turn a quick profit from “art flipping.”
Creatively And Successfully Run Your Business
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 …
How to Sell More Art? An Unexpected Answer
Art isn’t a job like making widgets, where you’re content to do the same thing over and over again for the rest of your life.
If You Build It, They Will Ignore It. Unless…—Mary McBride
“I think people who know what their values are…know what their values are! So yes, they’re trading, yes they’re ‘sacrificing,’ but what they don’t trade off is what they value.”
Tighten Your Sales Strategy, Then Refuse to Compromise—Donna Lee Nyzio
“When you decide what you want to do, you become more intentional about what you choose to do.”
Leverage Your Art Through Licensing
Licensing is very common, and it can be big business. CHF Education Director Carolyn Edlund explains how it works and how to determine if it’s right for you.
Get Your Art Into Hotels and Corporate Spaces—Rachel Berg
“Make sure you’re always retaining the rights to the work. If someone is asking you to sign the rights, there’s a problem. Because we are asking permission to use it; not to own it.”
Save Big at CHF From Black Friday Through Giving Tuesday
In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, CHF is giving back to visual artists all holiday weekend long. Use our coupon code GIVE25 now to get a 25% discount on all of our …
Opening Event Announced for CHF’s Art-Business Summit in Dallas
The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists to Host Art Business Congress at Turner House: Opening Event for Weekend Dallas Summit September 7-9, 2018 Noted Organization’s Inaugural Business Congress and …
Goodacre-Hulings Bas-Relief—Benefitting CHF—Featured in the American Masters Show
Sculptor Glenna Goodacre’s final work—her bas-relief of Clark Hulings’ classic drawing Helping to Push—is on display in NYC as part of the Salmagundi Club’s 10th anniversary American Masters exhibition, which …