Fall 2018 Art Business Workshops

These professional development workshops offer intensive business training for artists and makers. Join us this fall for an exciting learning event!

Art Business Summit in Dallas/Fort Worth

The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists (CHF) will present a premier professional development event for working artists and makers in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, from September 7-9, 2018.

Boston Art Business Summit Announced

by Carolyn Edlund Join us in Boston this coming April for a two-day intensive Art Business Summit. This program is perfect for artists and makers who want to take their business to the next level.     Boston Arts Business Institute Summit April 16-17, 2018 Somerville, Massachusetts Don’t miss this upcoming two-day intensive professional development […]

2018 Santa Fe Art Business Workshop Announced

Topics include Marketing, Gallery Relationships, Selling Art Online, Pricing for Profit, with sessions on Building your Power Collective, Artist to Artist Accountability, Power Collective in Practice, and more. Breakout sessions and personalized consultations will be part of this program.

The Learning Experience: Better Online or In Person?

In a digital world people are craving face-to-face interaction, not only with an instructor but with other students and peers.

Upcoming Webinar: Get Ready to Market Your Art

Ready to start marketing and selling your art or handmade work? Join me for this upcoming webinar for strategies to build your creative business.

Catch this Free Series on the Business of Art

Creativity & the Business of Art is a new online series of interviews with artists, designers, coaches and other experts conducted by host Alexis Castillo.

Understanding the Business of Art Workshop

Learn how to improve your presence online and off, create and share a consistent and compelling message about your work, and drive more art sales.

Free Art Business Seminar at Artegon Orlando

Artegon Orlando gives artists and craftspeople an exciting, bustling marketplace to sell their work to millions of Orlando’s annual tourists.