I am referring to the prehistoric cave dweller when I say troglodyte! Imagine the very first caveman that came home after a day of hunting and near misses on his life just to bring home food to survive yet another day. Arriving ‘home’ to a dark, cold and dusty cave, more than likely shared with… Read More The Original Marketer was a Troglodyte
There’s approximately 40,000 art students starting college to become an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) each year. Around the 1980’s that figure was about 20,000. If we take an average of 30,000 artists graduating every year for the last 50 years, we would have had 1.5 million productive artists, but we don’t. Instead, there’s many… Read More Why Don’t Art Schools Teach You How To Market Art?
An artist today has more opportunities than ever before in history. You can reach the entire world via the internet, you can create a local following via real life. You have tools at your fingertips that allow you to sell your works of art, work faster and reach farther. You put your art, music, books… Read More 5 Tips for Promoting for an Artist in Business
Do these names ring a bell: Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Michalangelo, Matisse, Rembrant and Monet. Then there’s Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Vivaldi and some newer ones such as the Beetles, Evis Presley and many more that can be rattled off. Why isn’t YOUR name being rattled off like that? Why aren’t you… Read More Do These Names Ring A Bell…?