What is Commercial Art?
From the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), a comprehensive archive pertaining to the practical side of artmaking — “The Business of Art” — created by NYFA staff. The links lead to a wide variety of articles, interviews, and helpful links, which document professional-development resources.
What is Art in Academia?
All trends become clearer with time. Looking at art even 15 years out, “you can see the patterns a little better,” says Melissa Ho, assistant curator at the Hirshhorn Museum. “There are larger, deeper trends that have to do with how we are living in the world and how we are experiencing it.”
Selling Your Concepts and Yourself
As an artist, you understand the making part of your job like the back of your hand. You have spent thousands upon thousands of hours honing your craft. What we often struggle with is the part that comes after we put that last final touch on an artwork—pricing.
How to Pay the Bills While You Wait
Your search begins with defining both what you’re looking for and what your qualifications are. The arts and culture sector consists of a large range of industries including galleries, nonprofits, museums, magazines, architectural firms, performing venues, and music publishing companies just to name a few.