Expand your audience! By promoting your art on Instagram, you can connect with fellow artists and gain a fan base as well.
Factors to consider when pricing your art
Separate yourself as a professional artist by including these important documents with your artwork.
Make a good impression with a well-designed artist business card.
Promoting your art under a pseudonym: what do you need to know?
SEO (or Search Engine Optimization) is a topic of countless tutorials, PR courses, articles, and books. It’s what publicity/media professionals will tell you what you need to get your content noticed on the web. So what is SEO and how can artists use it to increase their audience?
From layout to design to the information you include: every artist website needs these core elements, or else they may instantly turn away potential buyers.
Learn your gigabytes and your JPEGS in this artist-friendly dictionary of digital terms.
Since its creation in 2010, Pinterest has become an incredibly important marketing tool for artists and galleries. Whether you’re just starting out or need a brush up, our guide can help you make the most of Pinterest.
Have you ever considered an art sale to be a marketing opportunity? A customer is the best “lead” you can ask for, so how can you encourage returning sales?
In promoting your work, you always need to consider your context. Knowing your audience and understanding the “feel” of a room can make all the difference.
Artists are often approached by charities asking them to donate art, either directly or through an auction. Is donating art a good idea? Read on.