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.

New Kickstarter Campaign Supports Free Art Education

by guest blogger Clara Lieu This art professor is launching a new project that offers online teaching for visual artists – free for people of all ages. Here is her idea.     I am a visual artist and adjunct professor at the Rhode Island School of Design where I have taught for the past decade. For the past […]

Artists in San Francisco Join Forces to Reverse the Whiteout of Arts and Culture

We formed the Cultural Space Coalition as a way to help connect groups and individuals who are working to reverse the trend of disappearing cultural spaces.

The Thrills of Networking Within A Local Artist Community

Because our Guild is visible in the community, we also are included in county-wide artistic activities.

How to Start an Artist Salon

Salon – an Artful Conversation is a monthly meeting of artists, writers, and arts professionals who come together to bond, network, and get out of their heads for a little while.