[EPUB] ✸ Art/Work - Revised & Updated: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue Your Art Career ✽ Heather Darcy Bhandari – Andy-palmer.co.uk

Art/Work - Revised & Updated: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue Your Art Career The Definitive, Must Have Guide To Pursuing An Art Career The Fully Revised And Updated Edition Of Art Work, Now In Its Fourteenth Printing, Shares The Tools Artists Of All Levels Need To Make It In This Highly Competitive Field Originally Published In , Art Work Was The First Practical Guide To Address How Artists Can Navigate The Crucial Business And Legal Aspects Of A Fine Art Career But The Rules Have Changed Since Then, Due To The Proliferation Of Social Media, Increasing Sophistication Of Online Platforms, And Ever Affordable Digital Technology Artists Have Never Had To Work So Hard To Distinguish Themselves Including By Making Savvy Decisions And Forging Their Own Paths Now Heather Bhandari, With Over Fifteen Years Of Experience As A Director Of The Popular Chelsea Gallery Mixed Greens, And Jonathan Melber, A Former Arts Entertainment Lawyer And Director Of An Art E Commerce Startup, Advise A New Generation Of Artists On How To Make It In The Art World In This Revised And Updated Edition, Bhandari And Melber Show Artists How To Tackle A Host Of New Challenges How Do You Diversify Income Streams To Sustain A Healthy Art Practice How Can You Find An Alternative To The Gallery System How Do You Review A License Agreement What Are Digital Marketing Best Practices Also Included Are New Quotes From Over Thirty Arts Professionals, Updated Commission Legal Templates, Organizational Tips, Tax Information, And Advice For Artists Who Don T Make Objects An Important Resource For Gallerists, Dealers, Art Consultants, Artist Oriented Organizations, And Artists Alike, Art Work Is The Resource That All Creative Entrepreneurs In The Art World Turn To For Advice

5 thoughts on “Art/Work - Revised & Updated: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue Your Art Career

  1. Lee Chapman Lee Chapman says:

    Having purchased the first edition of this book I was impressed by the no nonsense information presented in the book so I was eagerly anticipating the Revised and updated versionso much so that I preordered it I was particularly interested in the updated sections dealing with social marketing and other online marketing as that was the main thing that would have changed and would have benefited from updating.I wish

  2. DRT DRT says:

    I teach a professional practices course in a BFA program at a State University in Pennsylvania for several years I ve made this book required reading for my professional practices students By far, it s the most informative, accurate, and well written I ve ever seen on the subject The authors fully understand the art business, and they understand the problems and challenges of making meaningful art and interfacing with the h

  3. Jon H. Thompson Jon H. Thompson says:

    The focus of this book is not the doing of art but the business of art If an artist considers his or her output as than a hobby then the business of art becomes critical For most artists this means getting work placed in a commercial gallery, something that is not always taught in school The content of this book, written from the perspective of a gallery owner, is therefore advice worth taking The tips are pragmatic and based on exp

  4. Charlie Charlie says:

    The authors did a great job in providing insights and guidelines for the visual artist who wants to approach the business side of things After conferring with a handful of MFA friends, they ve said that some of these things are not significantly covered in grad school.I fully agree with several other reviewers about the graphics layout of the entire book The design choice unecessary bold type for the main text, huge margins with narrow sideba

  5. Ben S. Ben S. says:

    I was lucky to be a student of Heather s back in 2012, and we used this excellent book in her class I went back to my parents house during a work holiday earlier this year and randomly found it I don t work in a field even remotely related to art After skimming through it I was struck how its lessons are highly practical for many other fields, self employed or not However, if your interests lie in beginning a career in the visual arts, collecting, or sa

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