YouTube can help you promote your art, expand your web presence, and make it easier for those interested in your work to find you.
Most artists would walk miles for the chance to show their work on Museum Mile. Luckily, that’s not necessary because we have all the advice you need.
Entering an art contest or submitting a portfolio? Then you need to know how to take great photos of your artwork. Follow our expert tips for presenting your art in the best possible way.
The COA is an essential document you must provide in the event of a sale of your artwork.
Your art is a personal investment of time, money, and effort. Moreover, it is your intellectual property. Protect your property, protect your copyright.
Having a powerful portfolio can help you ensure that your work gets noticed and gets the exposure you need to move your art career forward.
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 scams are becoming more and more sophisticated by the day and it is very important for you, as an artist, to protect your art as well as your hard earned money.
Art fairs are a great opportunity for artists in terms of networking, securing sales and even achieving international success.
Many artists use Facebook to promote their work. Learn why you need a Facebook artist page and how to create one.
Have you been contacted by a company offering services to artists for little to no cost? Make sure you have the tools to recognize a fraudulent company and protect yourself and your art.
These guidelines simplify the process of entering art competitions, making the experience hassle-free and ensuring that your entry gets the attention it deserves.