Build Your Artist Network

The network you build within your art community can be one of your small business’s greatest assets.

Success is Often Who You Know

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

How to Work with an Accountability Partner

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

Why Artists Must Develop a Network

Developing and growing a strong and diversified network of contacts is a proven component of successful art careers.

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.

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.

Smart Art Marketing: Build Your Network

I spoke with artists Annie Salness and Emily Hancock about connections – making them, reinforcing them, and building friendships with customers, peers and others.

Networking Strategies for Creative Introverts

It turns out that being interesting is not nearly as important as being interested in what the other person has to say.

It’s All About Your List

Want to grow a solid creative business? Build your mailing list. How artists can increase business by using their email list regularly.

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.

Networking with Artists

You might think of other artists as primarily competition, but I’d encourage you to consider how your art community is actually a perfect place to start your own network.

Evolution of an Artist Salon

These sorts of events are good for artists in any stage of their careers.

Sell Your Art into a Niche Market

Niche markets exist everywhere. Artists who specialize in a particular niche may find an ideal pool of collectors. 

Groups: Our Most Powerful Marketing Tool

I have looked into it and have come to believe that new marketplaces are not the solution, but that instead, we need to use our groups more effectively.