Pocket Business Guide for Artists and Designers

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Jul 8, 2011 - Art - 160 pages
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Aimed at arts graduates, this handy pocket guide answers the most pressing questions graduates have when setting up a creative business. Many students who graduate from art school don't know how to make a living out of their work, but this book presents 100 useful business related things (explained in 200 words or less) that they should know before embarking on a career in the arts. The book is divided into 5 sections that will help budding artists achieve success in this competitive field: business, promotion, legal stuff, money and last thoughts. In short, it briefly covers all the main questions arts students may have about starting their careers.

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\Alison Branagan is an associate lecturer at Central St Martin where she specializes in courses on enterprise, business support, mentoring and how to set up businesses. She also runs a successful business consultancy. She has previously written a book on business for Kogan Page.


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