Art that pays: the emerging artist's guide to making a living : [with interviews from over thirty-five celebrated artists], Volume 1
National Network for Artist Placement, 2004 - Art - 361 pages
This up-to-date compendium of information for emerging and established artists offers concrete suggestions on how to live a vital artist's life. Includes information on housing, home-office, car and health insurance, finances, the internet, legal assistance, artist portfolios, grants, MFA programs, theatre companies and artists retreats. The authors take the reader through each aspect of building a practical life, and offer the kind of teaching not covered in art school, presenting substantive input from over thirty-five professionals in the fields of writing, acting, dance, visual arts and music. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM with an extensive appendix and hundreds of hot links to artist resources.
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