The Thriving Artist

The Thriving Artist

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October 13, 2020 35 min

“There is no one who can replace you in knowing what you want and telling your story.” Carolyn Edlund on success in tough times, and how the CHF Conference can help. Part II/II

The post Virtualize Your Art Career: Part 2—Carolyn Edlund appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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Sales Strategy expert Carolyn Edlund discusses how artists can succeed during uncertain times and invites you to The Virtualize Your Art Career™ Conference Oct 19-30. Part I/II.

The post Virtualize Your Art Career: Part 1—Carolyn Edlund appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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The Virtual Edition of The Santa Fe Indian Market offers an atmosphere of delight and awe at a time when most of us are cooped up in our own worlds of social distance.

The post Selling Art in The New Normal: Marketplace, Native Communities, and Virtual Reality appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“It takes years of putting lots of lines in the water.” Pop artist Ashley Longshore discusses guts, strategy, and other lessons learned as a leading artist-entrepreneur.

The post Build Your Own Future With Or Without The Establishment appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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It’s a timely moment to hear from Cornelia Carey and Carrie Cleveland from CERF+, a leading nonprofit focused on safeguarding artists’ livelihoods nationwide.

The post Lockdown: Artists Double Down on Building Robust Businesses and Self-Help Networks appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“It was a total mind-shift this year. There is a market for what I want to do, and I am selling. There are buyers for the subject matter that I want to paint.”

The post These Artists Graduated Training But are Entrepreneurs for Life appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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CHF data analysts Lily Dulberg and Daniel DiGriz prove in the Report on the Working Artist that the secret ingredient for artists’ success is entrepreneurial training.

The post Data Science in the Arts: Report on the Working Artist—Lily Dulberg appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“Certainly the jobs that are going to go last are going to be the ones that require people to creative problem-solve and come up with unique new ideas.”

The post Infiltrate the Business World in the Name of Art—Noah Scalin appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“The arts are not just an amenity, they’re a critical function of society and a part of the fabric of social, cultural, and also economic life and livelihood for our country.”

The post Artists Are Solving Atomic-Level Problems—Cyndi Conn appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“With the advent of Modernism, there was this idea that training would ruin your creativity.”

The post Classical Skills for Modern Art Careers: The Case for Training and Tradition—Mandy Theis appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“The challenge was to make [the goal] so scary and big that you can never accomplish it, and I'm making small steps towards that.”

The post Fearlessly Take On The Big Daddy Ugly Goal—Willy Bo Richardson appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“I think people who know what their values are...know what their values are! So yes, they're trading, yes they're ‘sacrificing,’ but what they don't trade off is what they value.”

The post If You Build It, They Will Ignore It. Unless…—Mary McBride appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“When you decide what you want to do, you become more intentional about what you choose to do.”

The post Tighten Your Sales Strategy, Then Refuse to Compromise—Donna Lee Nyzio appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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"If you don’t file a copyright application in a timely fashion you pay a very, very significant price. […] Artists really need to copyright their works I would say, immediately."

The post Lock Down Your Rights to Your Own Art—Emily Danchuk, Esq. appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“If you always give more than you ask, then networking is effective.”

The post Make the Gig Economy Work for You—Angela Heath appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“There are so many platforms now for an artist living in obscure or out-of-the way places to get their work out and be seen.”

The post Get to Emerging Artist Status and Beyond—Bonnie Clearwater appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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Kristin makes work at the intersection of art and science that connects us to the “extraordinary, strange beauty of the natural world.”

The post Leverage Your Non-Art Expertise for a Career Blueprint—Kristin LeVier appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“Make sure you’re always retaining the rights to the work. If someone is asking you to sign the rights, there’s a problem. Because we are asking permission to use it; not to own it.”

The post Get Your Art Into Hotels and Corporate Spaces—Rachel Berg appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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“I consider myself a business owner, and my business is art. So I know that I’m running a business, and every artist that I know that’s making money is doing it the same way.”

The post Identify Pivotal Opportunities for Business Growth – Nadia Fairlamb appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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"The tipping point in my business was being able to educate people about why what I'm doing is different."

The post Generate Powerful Publicity: A Sistine Chapel Mindset – Todd Scalise appeared first on Clark Hulings Fund.

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