Now Thru End of February: Share Your Artist Website Link w/ Curators

Here is an opportunity for you to get to know some curators!

Artists, this is an opportunity for you to connect with curators.

Artsia curators are reviewing your artist websites in our LinkedIN group project.

Now and throughout the month of February, curators are in the Artist Marketing Resources group on LinkedIN answering your questions

and reviewing your artist websites. If you are not a group member join here. Share your website link in the featured *Manager’s Choice* discussion. It’s that easy.

Several of the curators associated with this project are involved in multiple projects, exhibitions,work for major auction houses and brick and mortar galleries.

http://www.artsia.com/blog-detail/superadmin/questions-about-joining-artsia-ask-our-editor-linkedin

10 thoughts on “Now Thru End of February: Share Your Artist Website Link w/ Curators

    • Joe–Are you a member of the Artist Marketing Resources group on LinkedIN ? If you have a LinkedIN profile, it will be easy for you to find the group and join. After joining, share your website link in Lindsey’s discussion that is
      *Manager’s Choice* and easy to locate.

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    • Hi Sybil–Please add a profile image or avatar to your LinkedIn account. Many people do not know that LinkedIN indicates a problem when an account profile does not have an image and when such requests to join a group. LinkedIN flags your request in red and recommends using caution with your request to join. Also, if you have zero connections or no website or blog link on your profile. I checked your profile and the missing image seems to be the issue. But I went ahead and approved you to join my group.

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  1. Callahan is an artist and serial entrepreneur who has created and directed several businesses. She has designed and developed large community art projects as well as her own art : paintings, prints & floorcloths. Callahan views social media as way to contribute to a world that works for all, the greater good as well as the individual good.

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