The Business of Being an Artist
Allworth Press, 1991 - 224 páginas
This text explains how an artist can: get exhibited; find galleries; promote their work; choose a second career; use safe materials; win grants; and handle criticism.
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... the bookkeeping , insurance and specific consignment agreements with each dealer or gallery require considerable organization on the artist's part ; and it may be much more difficult to arrange major shows in one specific location ...
More complex equipment may require an engineer to design a proper system . One simple system she recommends for many individual studios requires windows at opposite ends of the room . The window at one end is filled with an exhaust fan ...
Most Percent - for - Art programs around the country require the artists to have a liability policy ( valued at up to $ 1 million in some cases ) , at least during the work's installation . Premiums for these policies may come to more ...
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If you have heard the old refrain that artists make no money and you're beginning to fear that this may become true for you too, then this book is for you. Daniel Grant has created a comprehensive ... Leer comentario completo
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