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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Renting a work is usually a short - term event , lasting from one to four months , while leasing may range up to two years with payments applied to the sales price should the customer decide to buy . Fees for renting or leasing are ...
Usually with lesser - known artists , the need is to “ package ” the artists by putting together a comprehensive press kit so that they can present themselves more professionally . In fact , many newspaper art critics and art magazine ...
The National Endowment for the Arts has recently upped its fees from $ 75 to $ 100 a day ( usually between three and five 10 - hour days ) , not including any travel , hotel and meal expenses whose rates are established by the federal ...
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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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