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When Talent Isn't Enough [electronic resource] : Business Basics for the Creatively Inclined : For Creative Professionals, Includinghellip; Artists, Writers, Designers, Bloggers, Web Developers, and Anyone Else Looking to Freelance or Run Their Own Business by Fischer, Kristen(SAGE)2018538;
""Acknowledgments""; ""Contents""; ""Author�s Note""; ""Foreword""; ""Introduction""; ""Chapter 1 It Takes More Than Talent""; ""Chapter 2 It Starts With Your Vision""; ""Chapter 3 Lessons in Legalese""; ""Chapter 4 Finances for Freelancers""; ""Chapter 5 Will You Be My Client?""; ""Chapter 6 Talking Up Your Talent""; ""Chapter 7 Connecting With Clients""; ""Chapter 8 Setting Boundaries""; ""Chapter 9 The Well-Rounded Freelancer""; ""Chapter 10 Long-Term Talent""; ""Chapter 11 Business on the Side""; ""Afterword""; ""Resources""; ""Index""; ""About the Author""
Subjects: Electronic books.; Arts - Marketing.;
© 2013., Career Press,
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Crime and the Art Market : by Pryor, Riah.;
Front Cover -- Title Page -- Half Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction: Calls for Change -- Part I: The villains -- 1: New Opportunities for Old Tactics -- 2: A Crime of Consequence -- 3: When is a Problem a Problem? -- Part II: The heroes -- 4: The Solution Sector -- 5: The Legal Landscape -- 6: The Next Step? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Profitable Artist [electronic resource] : A Handbook for All Artists in the Performing, Literary, and Visual Arts by Artspire.;
Cover; Halftitle; Title; Copyright; Table of Contents; Foreword by Michael L. Royce; Introduction to The Profitable Artist; The Artist's Roadmap; Section One: Strategic Planning for Artists; Chapter 1: Introduction to Strategic Planning; Chapter 2: Organizational Strategic Planning and Artists; Section Two: Finance: "It Costs Money"; Chapter 3: Financial Issues for Artists: Why Does Finance Matter?; Chapter 4: Defining and Demystifying Financial Terms; Chapter 5: Learning to Recognize and Evaluate Your Costs; Chapter 6: Building BudgetsChapter 7: A Few Financial Tips: Opportunity Cost and SavingsA Representative Sample of Financial Resources for Artists; Section Three: Art and the Law; Chapter 8: Introduction to Artists' Legal Issues; Chapter 9: Contracts; Chapter 10: Intellectual Property; Chapter 11: Business Law; A Representative Sample of Legal Resources for Artists; Chapter 12: Negotiation; Section Four: Selling and Promoting Your Work; Chapter 13: Marketing and Networking; Chapter 14: Researching Your Market; Chapter 15: Branding; Chapter 16: Promoting Your Art and Your Message; Chapter 17: SalesChapter 18: NetworkingA Representative Sample of Marketing and Networking Resources For Artists; Section Five: Artist Fundraising; Chapter 19: Introduction to Fundraising and Definitions; Chapter 20: How to Identify and Research Funding Opportunities; Chapter 21: Applications and "Asks"-How-to from the Experts; A Sampling of Fundraising Resources; Acknowledgments<div>While all art is unique, the challenges artists face are shared regardless of background, experience, and artistic medium. With decades of experience training and helping artists, the expert staff of the New York Foundation for the Arts have compiled a "best practices" approach to planning and organizing an art career. In this book, NYFA has identified common problems, examined specialized areas of business, ?nance, marketing, and law, and distilled these topics in such a way that readers can digest them and apply them to their own experience and practice. <br><BR> Included are in
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- Economic aspects.; Art -- Marketing.;
© 2011., Allworth Press,
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Art Market Research : A Guide to Methods and Sources. by McNulty, Tom.(DLC)2066654;
Cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- One. The Big Picture: Researching the Global Art World -- Two. Buying, Selling, and Valuing Art -- Three. Researching Fine and Decorative Arts: Methods Old and New -- Four. Researching Works of Art: Basic Methods and Sources -- Five. Decorative Arts Research: Basic Methods and Sources -- Six. Market Research: Works of Art -- Seven. Market Research: Decorative Arts -- Eight. Sources for the Study of Art Market History -- Nine. Provenance and Art Law Research -- Appendix A: Art Market Journals, Magazines and "Current Awareness" Sources -- Appendix B: Apps for the Art Market Researcher by Erin Elliott -- Appendix C: Elements Required for a Correctly Prepared Appraisal by the Appraisers Association of America -- Notes -- Index.This book is for art market researchers at all levels. A brief overview of the global art market and its major stakeholders precedes an analysis of the various sales venues (auction, commercial gallery, etc.). Library research skills are reviewed, and advanced methods are explored in a chapter devoted to basic market research. Because the monetary value of artwork cannot be established without reference to the aesthetic qualities and art historical significance of our subject works, two substantial chapters detail the processes involved in researching and documenting the fine and decorative arts, respectively, and provide annotated bibliographies. Methods for assigning values for art objects are explored, and sources of price data, both in print and online, are identified and described in detail. In recent years, art historical scholarship increasingly has addressed issues related to the history of art and its markets: a chapter on resources for the historian of the art market offers a wide range of sources. Finally, provenance and art law are discussed, with particular reference to their relevance to dealers, collectors, artists and other art market stakeholders.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- Collectors and collecting.; Art -- Economic aspects.; Art literature.;
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Seven days in the art world / by Thornton, Sarah(SAGE)1891650;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-276) and index.In a series of beautifully paced narratives, Sarah Thornton investigates the drama of a Christie's auction, the workings in Takashi Murakami's studios, the elite at the Basel Art Fair, the eccentricities of Artforum magazine, the competition behind an important art prize, life in a notorious art-school seminar, and the wonderland of the Venice Biennale. She reveals the new dynamics of creativity, taste, status, money, and the search for meaning in life. A judicious and juicy account of the institutions that have the power to shape art history, based on hundreds of interviews with high-profile players, Thornton's entertaining ethnography will change the way you look at contemporary culture.--From publisher's description.Introduction -- The auction -- The crit -- The fair -- The prize -- The magazine -- The studio visit -- The biennale.
Subjects: Art; Art; Art auctions; Art criticism;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Photography and the Art Market. by Hacking, Juliet.(DLC)1934998;
Front Cover -- Title Page -- Half Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Part One -- Navigating the Market For Art Photography -- 1. Buyer Aware -- 2. Authenticity and Ethics -- 3. Buying -- 4. Keeping and Selling -- 5. Analysing the Market -- 6. Investing, Monetising, Speculating -- Part Two -- How Photography Became Art -- 7. A New Way to Make Pictures, 1839 to 1889 -- 8. The Modern, 1890 to 1940 -- 9. Art and Society, 1941 to 1968 -- 10. The Photo Boom, 1969 to 1980 -- 11. The Postmodern, 1981 to 1999 -- 12. The Contemporary, 2000 to Now -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Appendix: Listings and Resources -- Bibliography -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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New Markets for Artists [electronic resource] : How to Sell, Fund Projects, and Exhibit Using Social Media, DIY Pop-Ups, eBay, Kickstarter, and Much More by Carey, Brainard(SAGE)2009885;
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Is This Book for You?; Chapter 1: Prospering in the New Marketplace; Chapter 2: Facebook and Twitter for the Complete Beginner; Chapter 3: Passwords and How to Make the Best Ones; Chapter 4: Using Social Media Platforms for Sharing Art; Chapter 5: Advertising Your Art on the Web; Chapter 6: eBay and Selling Art Online: Two Cases; Chapter 7: Art Fairs: Small and Large; Chapter 8: Public Art and Independent Projects; Chapter 9: Art Consultants and the Digital GalleryChapter 10: The Daily Grind: Managing Time and the Dream of ArtChapter 11: Organizing Studio Visits, Parties, and Your Cult Following; Chapter 12: Museums, Galleries, and Purity; Chapter 13: The Artist Statement; Chapter 14: New Frontiers: The Non-Visible Museum; Chapter 15: How to Use This Book as a Textbook for a Course on Professional Development for Artists; IndexThis book is like a language course that is meant to enhance your ability to communicate your art and creative ideas to the world. In the new millennium, artists must create new models for exhibitions and sales. They must also be aware of new modes of communication, from social networking to the latest mobile phone apps. How we share visual information is radically shifting, and artists can benefit from all of these new tools. In this hyper-competitive world, the latest software and hardware, as it applies to creativity and promotion, is part of a language you must be conversant in. This book
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- Marketing.; Internet marketing; Online social networks;
© 2012., Allworth Press,
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New Markets for Artists [electronic resource] : How to Sell, Fund Projects, and Exhibit Using Social Media, DIY Pop-Ups, eBay, Kickstarter, and Much More. by Carey, Brainard(SAGE)2009885;
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Is This Book for You?; Chapter 1: Prospering in the New Marketplace; Chapter 2: Facebook and Twitter for the Complete Beginner; Chapter 3: Passwords and How to Make the Best Ones; Chapter 4: Using Social Media Platforms for Sharing Art; Chapter 5: Advertising Your Art on the Web; Chapter 6: eBay and Selling Art Online: Two Cases; Chapter 7: Art Fairs: Small and Large; Chapter 8: Public Art and Independent Projects; Chapter 9: Art Consultants and the Digital GalleryChapter 10: The Daily Grind: Managing Time and the Dream of ArtChapter 11: Organizing Studio Visits, Parties, and Your Cult Following; Chapter 12: Museums, Galleries, and Purity; Chapter 13: The Artist Statement; Chapter 14: New Frontiers: The Non-Visible Museum; Chapter 15: How to Use This Book as a Textbook for a Course on Professional Development for Artists; IndexThis book is like a language course that is meant to enhance your ability to communicate your art and creative ideas to the world. In the new millennium, artists must create new models for exhibitions and sales. They must also be aware of new modes of communication, from social networking to the latest mobile phone apps. How we share visual information is radically shifting, and artists can benefit from all of these new tools. In this hyper-competitive world, the latest software and hardware, as it applies to creativity and promotion, is part of a language you must be conversant in. This
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- Marketing.; Internet marketing; Online social networks;
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2014 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market [electronic resource]. by Bostic, Mary Burzlaff.;
Title Page; Contents; From the Editor; Business Basics; How to Use this Book; How to Stay on Track & Get Paid; Copyright Basics; Promoting Your Work; Articles & Interviews; Social Media Marketing; Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn and Google+; How to Really Use Linkedin; Learn How to Maximize this Social Networking Tool's Potential; E-Mail Marketing; Manage E-Mail Lists and Create Professional-Looking Newsletters; Sites that Find Clients for You; Stop Selling and Start Marketing; Insurance for Artists; Insuring Your Materials, Equipment, Studio and ArtworkProtect Yourself When Consigning ArtworkA Q&A with Tad Crawford; What is Your Art Worth?; Pricing Artwork; Are Giclées for You?; Reap the Profits from Fine Art Digital Reproduction; Giving Greenlancing a Go; Make Sustainability a Core Value of Your Business; Mount a Successful Studio Sale; Increase Your Earnings and Expand Your Following; Packaging Design; Taking the Lid Off the Craft Beer Can Revolution With tbd Advertising and 21st Amendment Brewery; Nancy Reyner; The Optimistic Artist; Markets; Galleries; Magazines; Book Publishers; Greeting Cards, Gifts & Products; Posters & PrintsAdvertising, Design & Related MarketsSyndicates & Cartoon Features; Artists' Representatives; Art Fairs; Contests; Workshops & Art Tours; Resources; Grants; State and Provincial; Residencies & Organizations; Publications, Websites & Blogs; Glossary; Indexes; Geographic Index; International Index; Niche Marketing Index; General Index; CopyrightBuild a Successful Art Career! 2014 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market is the must-have reference guide for any artist who wants to establish or expand a career in fine art, illustration or graphic design. Thousands of successful artists have relied on us to help develop their careers and navigate the changing business landscape. The 2014 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market introduces a whole host of new features and guarantees the most up-to-date, individually verified market contacts possible. Expand your art business with these resources: A FREE 1-year subscription to ArtistsMarketOnl
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- United States -- Marketing -- Directories.; Graphic arts -- Marketing.;
© 2013., F+W Media,
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The Art Market Is Less Ethical Than the Stock Market [electronic resource (video)] : A Debate / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group.(SAGE)1996584; Intelligence Squared;
Introduction: Intelligence Squared U.S. (4:32) -- Debate "Housekeeping" (2:53) -- For the Motion: Richard Feigan (7:51) -- Against the Motion: Chuck Close (6:58) -- For the Motion: Michael Hue Williams (7:30) -- Against the Motion: Amy Cappellazzo (6:17) -- For the Motion: Adam Lindemann (7:47) -- Against the Motion: Jerry Saltz (7:37) -- Pre-Debate Vote Results (1:01) -- QA: Does Art Transcend the Market? (2:24) -- QA: Does Regulation Improve Behavior? (8:33) -- QA: How Big Are Ethical Problems? (4:37) -- QA: Do Art Critics Manipulate the Market? (2:17) -- QA: How do Auction Houses Operate? (5:56) -- QA: What Kinds of People Enter Art Market? (2:14) -- QA: Ethics Independent of Market (2:18) -- QA: Do You Need Art Industry Standards? (3:30) -- Closing Statement Against: Chuck Close (2:17) -- Closing Statement For: Richard Feigan (2:17) -- Closing Statement Against: Amy Cappellazzo (1:57) -- Closing Statement For: Michael Hue Williams (1:59) -- Closing Statement Against: Jerry Saltz (1:59) -- Closing Statement For: Adam Lindemann (2:09) -- Time to Vote (2:00) -- The Art Market Is Less Ethical Than the Stock Market: Vote Results (0:23) -- Credits: The Art Market Is Less Ethical Than the Stock Market (0:30)In the current economic downturn, much attention has been paid to the volatile stock market and efforts to overhaul financial regulations. But there's another market out there that some say is even riskier for potential investors: the art market. Does a lack of oversight permit art dealers to manipulate prices? Or is the value of art not determined by money? Is the art market less ethical than Wall Street?9 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Art; Art; Law and art.;
© [2014], c2009., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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