Category Archives: Themes

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It’s a New Year, time to kick-start the biz side of your practice

/// Sign up for one of ASC’s career development workshops. They’re cheap and personal, most with sizes limited to 5-7 people to create a customized experience for participants. For a current list of upcoming, visit asimplecollective.eventbrite.com Winter/Spring Workshops at ASC Communications Plans

classroom-hands-up

It’s a New Year, time to kick-start the biz side of your practice

/// Sign up for one of ASC’s career development workshops. They’re cheap and personal, most with sizes limited to 5-7 people to create a customized experience for participants. For a current list of upcoming, visit asimplecollective.eventbrite.com Winter/Spring Workshops at ASC Communications Plans

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August Workshop: The Basics: Professional Practices Tool Kit

The Basics: Professional Practices Tool Kit 3-Sessions / Tuesdays, August 13, 20, & 27 / 6–8pm / REGISTER NOW / Kick-up or kick-start your art career with this invaluable basic training on professional practices for artists to protect your work’s value, communicate with

vintage_classroom-long

August Workshop: The Basics: Professional Practices Tool Kit

The Basics: Professional Practices Tool Kit 3-Sessions / Tuesdays, August 13, 20, & 27 / 6–8pm / REGISTER NOW / Kick-up or kick-start your art career with this invaluable basic training on professional practices for artists to protect your work’s value, communicate with

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Note from NY: The Liquid Factor

By Tim Roseborough, from NYC’s Armoury Week I’d like to point out a micro-trend in some of the New York Chelsea galleries I visited, this week. I’ll call it the “Liquid Factor.” Miroslaw Balka’s “The Order of Things,” at Barbara

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Note from NY: The Liquid Factor

By Tim Roseborough, from NYC’s Armoury Week I’d like to point out a micro-trend in some of the New York Chelsea galleries I visited, this week. I’ll call it the “Liquid Factor.” Miroslaw Balka’s “The Order of Things,” at Barbara

Visual Art Source Newsletter

[Relay]: The Art World Class Gap (from VAS Newsletter)

[Relay] posts offer up relevant notes and articles from newsletters and sites around the world. Today’s re-post comes from the Visual Art Source (VAS) Newsletter, Feb 22, 2013. Editors’ Roundtable by Richard Speer Last week, on the final day of

Visual Art Source Newsletter

[Relay]: The Art World Class Gap (from VAS Newsletter)

[Relay] posts offer up relevant notes and articles from newsletters and sites around the world. Today’s re-post comes from the Visual Art Source (VAS) Newsletter, Feb 22, 2013. Editors’ Roundtable by Richard Speer Last week, on the final day of

"10 No-Nonsense Tips for Landing a Career in the Art World" - artinfo.com

In[Site]: 10 Tips for Art Job Hunters

Finding a job is hard enough. If you’re trying to find a professional art job, it’s like being lost in the woods. Most industries have an abundance of head-hunters, job listing sites, and trade organizations giving a by-rote path to employment.

"10 No-Nonsense Tips for Landing a Career in the Art World" - artinfo.com

In[Site]: 10 Tips for Art Job Hunters

Finding a job is hard enough. If you’re trying to find a professional art job, it’s like being lost in the woods. Most industries have an abundance of head-hunters, job listing sites, and trade organizations giving a by-rote path to employment.

Build an Elevator Pitch

Originally posted on OAC SF:
Quick question: What do you do? Now, say the answer… out loud, quickly. Whether you are an Art Consultant, a Sculptor, a Critic, a PR Expert, or a Conceptual Artist, you need to be able…

Build an Elevator Pitch

Originally posted on OAC SF:
Quick question: What do you do? Now, say the answer… out loud, quickly. Whether you are an Art Consultant, a Sculptor, a Critic, a PR Expert, or a Conceptual Artist, you need to be able…