Social networks and blogs

Online social networks can be an excellent way to attract large numbers of people to your work and it has become increasingly essential to use these platforms for creatives. They are valuable (and fre… Continue Reading Social networks and blogs

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Laura Fowle: on the balancing act of self promotion

Accessibility > Authenticity: The balancing act of self-promotion Leaving the controlled (but comforting) structures of university: as an emerging artist, the first year out of the education system… Continue Reading Laura Fowle: on the balancing act of self promotion

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First steps for new graduates: studios, promotion, networks and exhibitions

Maintaining a career as an artist can be a complex and nuanced affair that requires a lot more than simply making good work. These presentations by artists and industry professionals examined and demy… Continue Reading First steps for new graduates: studios, promotion, networks and exhibitions

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Gordon Cheung: self promotion and commercial galleries

Trade Secrets Episode 3: Gordon Cheung on working with galleries Gordon Cheung works predominantly as a painter and has had a successful career showing with and selling through galleries. Here he shar… Continue Reading Gordon Cheung: self promotion and commercial galleries

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Rosalind Davis: promotion for artists

Self-promotion has a bad press among artists, seen as a hollow and corporate way to make friends and influence people. But at its simplest, it’s about making friends. A more helpful way to think of it… Continue Reading Rosalind Davis: promotion for artists

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Approaches to promotion

Self-promotion can be considered from two different angles. Project specific promotion for specific events and ongoing or day to day promotion for generally remaining visible in the sector. Project sp… Continue Reading Approaches to promotion

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