Art Marketing 101: A Handbook for the Fine Artist

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ArtNetwork, 2004 - Art - 338 pages
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This user-friendly and up-to-date handbook takes new and professional artists through the basics of creating a successful business. Artists will learn how to couple their creativity with clever business sense to establish a lucrative art career. An at-a-glance layout makes information easily accessible and encourages artists to make notes, fill in the blanks, and use checklists, featuring: New to this edition: Internet marketing advice; Innovative marketing ideas for the new millennium; A resource section in the back of the book; In addition to these effective offerings: Alternative avenues for selling art; Tricks to succeeding without a rep; How to build positive name recognition through marketing and publicity tactics; Sound advice on legal issues, such as licensing, copyrights and contracts; Guidelines for preparing a marketing and business plan; What's more, readers will find dozens of helpful tips, contact information, forms and research data to help them further their careers.

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User Review  - WarlockUK - LibraryThing

What would have been a useful tome for me is marred by the fact that the content is firmly and clearly defined for an American audience. Thus some of the actions and suggestions are not particularly ... Read full review

Contents

BUSINESS Of
15
Business Basics
31
Number Crunching
51
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Constance Smith is the author of Art Marketing 101, a guidebook for artists with suggestions for creating a successful name in the business through several means. She is also a frequent contributor to American Artist magazine.

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