An artist-run company/art project providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists. Their mission is to support arts professionals, educational institutions, and arts organizations with an integrated program of software, services and information in order to keep artists working.
Handbook includes career profiles that describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes Bureau of Labor Statistics employment projections for 2012–2022.
A comprehensive guide for both emerging and mid-career artists. Providing real-life examples, illustrations, and step-by-step exercises, offers advice on all aspects of the job including marketing, online promotion, building professional relationships, grant writing, and portfolio development.
Real-world advice on everything from bidding on jobs and promoting yourself to filing taxes and getting health insurance. Worksheets help you refine your goals, price your work with confidence, write an artist's statement and more.
A stepping stone in understanding specific careers and provides a wealth of information on the education and training needed within each profession along with a look towards the future of the field with an informative employment outlook.
Your studio archives comprise the work you create, the work you have sold, the documentation of your work, and, ultimately, the creation of your legacy. This guide will help you get organized. It's based on real-life scenarios and best practices in archiving and preservation and will aid artists in every career stage, from emerging artists to late-career artists; the yet-to-be-discovered and the well-established.
1. Museums and public galleries, universities, associations; v. 2. Antiques and numismatics, galleries, auctioneers, restorers, publishers, periodicals, booksellers (varies); v. 3. Index--persons, institutions and companies.
(Serial Reference Book in Print)