The artist CV tells a reader at a glance whether you are the right fit for the job or exhibition. Will yours get you noticed?
Instagram can help you promote your photography, expand your online presence and turn fans into buyers.
Twitter is a brilliant platform to promote your art, giving artists a chance to market themselves to potentially hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people.
Here are the basics that you will need to know when putting together a marketing plan for yourself.
These tips offer insight on how to create an artist website that professionally showcases your artwork and ensures a visible, effective online presence.
Pricing your artwork fairly and persistently will make you appear more credible and consistent.
YouTube can help you promote your art, expand your web presence, and make it easier for those interested in your work to find you.
An artist profile lets you engage tastemakers and, consequently, get them to bring your art to the attention of galleries, art institutions and buyers.
Art fairs are a great opportunity for artists in terms of networking, securing sales and even achieving international success.
Facebook can help you establish yourself as a professional artist, expand your web presence, directly connect you with over 1.8 billion users, and make it easier for those interested in your work to find you.
Many artists use Facebook to promote their work. Learn why you need a Facebook artist page and how to create one.
Have a great idea but not enough resources? Learn how to navigate, launch and manage a crowdfunding art project.