Success is Often Who You Know

How can developing a strong network of connections grow your art business?

Running a Live Art Event During the Pandemic

Artists are selling their work at in-person events again despite the pandemic. Two event organizers share how they were able to make this happen while keeping safety in mind.

How to Work with an Accountability Partner

Artists can work together as accountability partners to follow through and accomplish more of their business goals.

Santa Fe Art-Business Conference

Presented by The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists (CHF), the Third Annual Santa Fe Art-Business Conference will take place on September 16, 17 and 18, 2019 at the Convention Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

How to Build a Vibrant Art Community

Artists who work in isolation don’t thrive as much as artists with a supportive community. Here’s how they start and grow.

Artist-Run Gallery Space as a Model for Success

These self-directed artists didn’t seek gallery representation. Instead, they opened their own retail spaces to display art and interact with collectors.

Art Business Planning with a Reality Check

Artist advocate, strategist and educator Elizabeth Hulings talks about dreaming big, trusting yourself and staying balanced in your art business.

How Artists Can Earn Income and Support Using Patreon

What also sets Patreon apart is that it is a place to share your creative endeavors directly and intimately, with no outside influences or advertising.

How to Choose the Right Artist Residency

Artist residencies are dedicated places around the world that offer artists of all disciplines a place to focus on their creative projects away from their usual lives.

Tools and Community Build an Art Business

Artists are not treated like CEOs of their own businesses, and oftentimes, they don’t see themselves as such.

Shake Up The Status Quo and Raise The Status of Women Artists

Throughout history many accomplished women artists’ contributions have been ignored and the opportunities for contemporary women artists are insufficient.

Meet Fiber Art Now

Our mandate is to connect artists to the resources that will help them with their career.

How Artists Can Build Credibility

People want to buy art from experts, not amateurs. How can you share your expertise and gain credibility as an artist?

The Handmade Marketplace: Virtual Chambers of Commerce

I see a natural progression happening for artists. They look for a place to sell and start out on one of the big marketplaces. They learn the basics, gain confidence, and branch out on their own.