Plans for Promoting Your Art in the New Year

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Maybe you’re feeling a bit rusty after taking time off during the holiday season and now you’re eager to reset and restarted in the new year with new ideas and new plans for your art. Many people have mixed feelings right now–during the first week or two of a new year–and you may too. Some may feel eager and optimistic, even wistfully hopeful for the months ahead, while others tend to be more earth-bound in their expectations.

Right now could be a good time for a reality check and a little tough love, especially when it comes to where and how best to place your efforts when it comes to promoting your art.

Here are some thoughts on getting off to a good start in 2017!

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So you want more visibility for your work in 2017! Great goal! How do you spend your time wisely to reach your goals?

While, yes, there are plenty of art magazines and blogs that will feature your work at no cost,  do you really know how and where to find all the best opportunities for your work? And, by the way, what is the best way to show your art to magazine editors? How many art galleries accepting submissions could you find on your own and how long would it take you and at what cost? What valuable opportunities are you missing out on in the meantime?

Plan to use your money and time wisely and effectively in 2017 

The internet has powerful search tools that cost you little more than your time, the cost of a computer, and the price of an internet connection. But, is spending hours and hours of your time searching online wearing you down and discouraging you? It can get pretty dull day after day, and confusing–just how do you organize what you’ve found?

The True Costs

Have you really calculated how much an hour of your time is worth and then multiplied your hourly worth and expenses by the total number of hours spent searching? Wouldn’t you rather be spending your time making more art and getting it out to the best opportunities as quickly as possible? Also the time you spend searching online may be time better spent developing your pitch and actually getting your CV, Artist Statement and artwork images out to be viewed and reviewed.

And how about your jpeg images — are they professionally labeled for submissions? That alone can take hours of your time.

We’ve understood all of these things for a very long time! Artist Marketing Resources recently celebrated its 8 year anniversary providing artists with information resources and opportunities. That’s right, we’ve spent the past eight years compiling valuable resources for artists, working with artists, and helping artists understand how best to present their work.

Now here’s where the reality check and tough love come in.

Why do what others have already done and are making available to you?

If you really think that you can go online and find hundreds and even thousands of opportunities for your art in an afternoon or two of online searching then you are just not being realistic. You couldn’t get that accomplished in weeks or months even. You may not be spending your time productively. You may be caught up in what is known as busy work. You work hard every day but you are just not sure that you are engaged in the right efforts to reach your goals. By not calculating your true cost in time and total long-term expenses you may be spending your time, energy, and resources where they are least effective. How many valuable opportunities are you missing out on while placing your efforts in the wrong place at the wrong time?

Don’t re-do thousands of hours!

We’ve already spent thousands of hours doing the research for you and we want to share that information, to help you. We want you to put your valuable time and other resources toward your creative work. We’ve already spent thousands of hours organizing resources to help you cut back on your expenses. Don’t repeat our efforts!

Calculate Your True Costs

Realistically, why not calculate what an hour of your time is worth–give yourself  an hourly salary amount of $25-35, and add your hourly internet connection cost + the cost of computer use + overhead + utilities. That’s how any business calculates their expenses.

( If you are not familiar with the term overhead–it’s just that–how much does it cost for you to use the space, or to have the roof over your head,  while you use your computer and do your research? That includes calculating the square footage of your office space, and the corresponding  percentage amount of your rent or mortgage payment, insurance, property taxes, utilities, furniture, equipment and any other expense involved for you to use that space.)

If you can immediately cut those expenses and research time down to a fraction, wouldn’t you do that?

That’s what we are offering you.

We’re sharing thousands of hours of research at a fraction of the cost of to you and at a fraction of what others would charge if they had our resources.  Yes, we’ve been told that an e-list sold by others for $150 only contains listings for art galleries in one country–Italy.

Our e-list of art galleries is a fraction of the price and contains extensive galleries listings within all 50 states in the US and extensive listings of art galleries in countries Internationally. Plus our e-list resource contains gallery submission guidelines and policies–highlighted in red so they are easy to find. Our art gallery e-list consists of over 560 pages and approximately 10, 000 art gallery listings.

We also offer an extensive resource e-list of art licensing companies and their submission guidelines, a resource e-list of art magazines and publishers, other of our resource e-lists feature print sales opportunities, photography agents and sales venues, and another on art consultants. And if you need help with your submissions we have an ebook guide, and offer one-on-one services.

Again the question we asked at the outset–How many art galleries accepting submissions could you find on your own and how long would it take you and at what cost? What valuable opportunities are you missing out on in the meantime? Plan to use your money and time wisely and effectively in 2017 by letting us help you.

 

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New Online Magazine for the Highly Creative Coming This Summer

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Gasmask is a new online digital magazine wishing to feature art,  the highly creative and the eccentric. Gasmask Magazine is coming this summer. Sign up to their newsletter here.

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The founders want their magazine to be a voice for art, life, & positivity. Anything is possible for you today! ☄

For links to thousands of art and design magazines get our e-list here.

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Summer Sale on Artist Resources

 

Summer Sale! (*‿*✿)  Get $5 OFF many of the #artistresources in both of our Artist Marketing Resources web stores here and here.

(*‿*✿) $5.00 off the original price for the Photographers Resources E-list: International Photography agents, galleries, print sales, publishers + much more here and here.

$5.00 Off our E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists — get it here and here.

$5.00 Off the International Art Gallery Directory  here and here.

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook here and here. $5.00 off the Directory of Art Consultants –get it here and here.

Get $5.00 off our e-list of Art Print Sales Sites and sites to sell your art printed on products–get this resource here and here.

Get $5.00 off the 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art e-list of #artistresources — here and here

Get $5.00 off our e-list of Art Licensing companies and artist agents here and here.

 

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Art Magazines + Art Blogs E-list for Artists Now 85 Pages + New Categories

Last week, the Artist Marketing Resources blog featured this popular post–New Art Magazine accepting submissions–read it here. Often new publications have available pages to fill and it’s a good idea to submit early to publications just starting out.

A few years ago, we began compiling a resources e-list of links to fine art magazines and art blogs for artists to use so they could easily find the best publications to submit their work to for a feature.

That e-list has grown to 85 pages of links, with the first 25 pages alone consisting of Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories.

With daily research and gathering of these artist resources, soon more categories needed to organize these resources, so we added a New Media, an  Art Apps, and a  Design category for the publication links on our e-list, as well as separate listings of art publications focused on geographic regions.

As the e-list grew, we  had to further refine the broad category of Design by dividing it into two categories– one for Interior Design Magazines /Architecture Magazine and a second for Art Design & Illustration. Many artists create artwork that could be featured in these types of publications and well as fine art magazines and art blogs.

We recently added these New Categories to our e-list of Fine Art magazines:

African, Black, African-American magazines and media resources

Subculture: Art Toys / Vinyl Art Toys

Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art magazines

Here is a complete list of category contents for the E-list of Art Magazines and Art blogs.

  • Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art Publications & Artists Directories
  • Art Apps–for iPhone, iPad, and other devices
  • Digital Art, New Media, Media & Technology
  • ART RADIO & Art TV & Audio Art PODCASTS & VIDEO Art MAGAZINES/VLOGS
  • Art BOOKS/Art Bookstores/Art Book Distributors/Ebook Resources etc
  • Photography
  • Themed–art submissions accepted on a monthly theme or quarterly theme
  • Subculture:  Art Toys/Vinyl Art Toys, etc
  • Urban Art, Street Art, Graffiti Art Magazine
  • INTERIOR DESIGN Magazines / Architecture Magazines
  • DESIGN & Illustration
  • Black Art Magazines, African Art, African-American Art Publications
  • Literary Journals – that publish art submissions + writing
  • Fiber & Fabric art, Ceramics, Craft
  • Tumblr blogs that accept art submissions
  • Social Media Art sites
  • University & College Art Magazines
  • US States–Art publications specific to each state in the USA
  • International by country–Art publications specific to each country
  • Industry Specific /Specialty– accept art submissions-Outdoors, Nature, Fantasy, etc

Many of these magazines have calls for submissions, or open submission policies and editorial calendars you can find in their submission guidelines.

This April we are offering our e-list discounted at $5.00 Off —  E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists — get it here and here.  Check both of our web store here and here for more artist resources.

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Spring Sale! (*‿*✿) $5 OFF #artistresources in Artist Marketing Resources web stores

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We’re starting off early with our Spring Sale! (*‿*✿)

Starting today you can get $5 OFF many of the #artistresources in both of our Artist Marketing Resources web stores here and here.

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$5.00 Off the International Art Gallery Directory  here and here.

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook here and here.

$5.00 off the Directory of Art Consultants –get it here and here.

$5.00 off the original price for the Photographers Resources E-list: International Photography agents, galleries, print sales, publishers + much more here and here.

$5.00 Off our E-list of Art magazines, art blogs, art directories + more art publication resources for artists — get it here and here.

Get $5.00 off our e-list of Art Print Sales Sites and sites to sell your art printed on products–get this resource here and here.

Get $5.00 off the 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art e-list of #artistresources — here and here

Get $5.00 off our e-list of Art Licensing companies and artist agents here and here.

 

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Our Artist Resources Are Now in a New Store

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Our International Art Gallery Directory and other artist resources are now available in our new Selz store, with more payment options.

Click on these links to our other resources in our new store:

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook

Directory of Art Consultants

1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art

Photographers Resources 

Art magazines, art blogs, art directories e-list of art publication resources for artists 

Art Print Sales Resources for Artists 

E-Postcard Marketing Service for Artists

New Art Podcast Launched In London Interviewing Artists and More

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One of the first art magazines to make it onto our extensive resource e-list, Flaneur has grown (as has our e-list). London-based Flaneur is now doing artist interviews as part of their new arts and culture podcast series.

If you would like to be interviewed for the show please send details of your current project to editor@flaneur.me.uk

Deadline: Sun Jan 11th, 2015 

More details here. Get the Flaneur free arts review podcast in iTunes–click image:

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Also on our e-list of Art Magazines and art blogs, is the ArtLyst  art information website in London which features up to date contemporary art news, reviews, exhibition and art fair news. Artlyst focuses on new and emerging art. Their new web2.0 Social Networking platform allows you to post your professional profile and exhibit your artwork in your own unique gallery. All galleries are curated, vetted and FREE. Submit Your Art To ArtLyst – Get Featured – Be Discovered. Send a link to your website along with a Biography /CV. Please Submit to submissions@artlyst.com

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Open Submissions: Jung Katz and LIPHAR

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Artists have asked about our e-list of Art Magazines, Art Blogs and Publication Resources. We know how much artists love to get their work featured on art blogs and in magazines! Many artists wonder how to make that happen.

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If you are an artist, you can wait around for some magazine editor or art blog writer to contact you about featuring your work. Or take action! The best way to get your art featured in art magazines or on good art blogs is to actively submit your work.  And that’s why we’ve put together our growing e-list of art magazines and blogs for artists to use to make their submissions–Get it here.  We began compiling this e-list in January of 2013, continually researching and adding new art magazines and blogs, and now the e-list is 50+ pages of clickable links!

At the bottom of this article, we’ve shared two new additions to our e-list –one is in our alphabetized Art Magazines and Art Blogs category and one is in the Literary Journals that publish art category.

You’ll find the KEY to our Art Magazines, Art Blogs, and Publication Resources E- LIST categorized as follows:

  • Fine Art Magazines, Art Blogs & artist directories
  • Art Apps–for iPhone, iPad
  • Digital Art, Media & Technology
  • ART RADIO & TV & Audio PODCASTS & VIDEO MAGAZINES/VLOGS
  • Art BOOKS/Art Bookstores/Art Book Distributors/Art Ebook Resources
  • Photography Magazines
  • Themed–art submissions accepted on a monthly theme or quarterly theme
  • DESIGN & Illustration, Interior Design, Arts & Entertainment
  • Literary Journals – that publish art submissions + writing
  • Fiber & Fabric art, Ceramics, Craft
  • Tumblr blogs that accept art submissions
  • Social Media art sites
  • University & College Art Magazines
  • US States–art publications specific to each state in the USA
  • International, listed by country–art publications specific to each country
  • Industry Specific / Specialty Magazines– accepting art submissions-Outdoors, Nature, Fantasy, etc

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An art blog newly added to our e-list, Jung Katz likes to feature the work of independent artists. If you are a painter, printmaker, photographic artist or illustrator you can submit your work here.

 

LIPHAR is an Online Ebook magazine for authors, artists and photographers. The name of the Magazine is Liphar (pronounced Lifer). They have ongoing Open Submissions for your Articles, Short Stories, Photos, and Art, and are accepting submissions now.

 

365 Artists Daily Share Project 2014, submit for artist feature

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Just one of the thousands of art magazines and art blogs on our e-list365 Artists 365 Days™  is a new collaborative project which was launched in 2014 by the Frank Juarez Gallery and Greymatter Gallery .

The aim of the 365 Artists 365 Days is to share new art projects daily selected from submissions received from artists. If you are an artist and would like to be considered for this project submit your work by filling out the form on the 365 artists 365 days site.

All submissions will be reviewed. Please note that due to the high volume of submissions the curators will only notify those that have been selected for the 365 Artists | 365 Days Project. They also reserve the right to decline individual items within a particular body of work even if the work as a whole is accepted.  

Find hundreds more opportunities to submit your art for publication in art magazines and on art blogs here.

Artists: Last Day to Use Discount Code AUGUST14 in the Artist Marketing Resources e-shop

The Artist Marketing Resources web store August 10% discount sale will end at midnight.

A full list of our Resources for Artists:

Art galleries that accept submissions from artists on the International Art Gallery e-list

Art Licensing companies agencies, artist agents and artist reps e-list.

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook.

Directory of Art Consultants e-list and the 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art E-list.

International Photography Resources of Representatives and agents, photography galleries, print sales, publishers + much more.

Our 55 page e-list of clickable links to art magazines and art blogs for artists.

E-Postcard Marketing Plan A and E-Postcard Marketing Plan B for artists.

Art Print Sales Sites, 3D, Giclee + Other Print Resources for artists.

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Artists Use Code: AUGUST14 to Get 10% Off E-Books, E-Lists, and Services in the Artist Marketing Resources Web Store

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Artists, it’s time to get your art submissions ready and your marketing plans in order for the annual September push. To help you get-going, now until the end of August all ten artist helps in our Artist Marketing Resources web store are 10% off!

Enter Discount Code: AUGUST14  on your purchase in our webstore 

The International Art Gallery list of 161 pages of clickable links to art galleries–with galleries accepting submissions highlighted in yellow–is such a great resource and now it’s by reduced by 10% when you use the discount code: AUGUST14

Use discount code AUGUST14 to get ten percent off the Art Licensing resource e-list, Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook Directory of Art Consultants e-list,  1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art e-list, Photographers Resources e-list, Art Magazines e-list,  our E-Postcard Marketing Plan A and E-Postcard Marketing Plan B, and Art Print Sales  e-list.

 

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Artists: 3 tips for landing press, and artist Karen Fitzgerald’s Video Interview Advice

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An article on 3 tips for landing press for your business has circulated on the web this week. As a blogger, I like the first tip in the article:

1. Start small and targeted. Connect with the bloggers that cover your industry and build a rapport with them. You’ll get on their radar, and if they choose to write about you, their story could get picked up by a major publication, leading to even more coverage.

Yes, as an arts blogger, I often feature active artists who support my Artist Marketing Resources blog promotional projects. Find out other ways to get featured on this blog and discover other art blogs and art magazines on my 57 page e-list of publications for artists.

Getting press coverage, on a blog, in a digital magazine or print magazine, or in a video interview, means that you will be seen by a new audience and reach a new market. You can also excerpt your feature article from the publication and share it on your blog and on social media. If you are interviewed on camera, you can post your video interview on your blog, on your YouTube channel and share on Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook etc.

Artist Karen Fitzgerald is one professional artist who knows how to get press coverage. Watch Karen as she energetically talks about her work in the video interview below. Karen says,  “It happened at an art fair I was participating in Manhattan, New York City in the Fall of 2013.  It was a very “happenstance” moment.  These 2 gentlemen were roving around interviewing people and asked me if I’d like to be part of an interview.  I said yes!  They were sweet and funny and so easy to work with. They were enthusiastic and made me feel very comfortable.”

Karen’s Advice to Artists: if you know ahead of time that an interview is coming up, plot out 3 or 4 main ideas you want to share. (For example: what the current work is about; your process; your historical or contemporary influences.) Don’t get too complex with your ideas – let the interviewer ask a follow-up question if they want to know more about what you just said.

If you don’t have time to prepare, speak off the cuff in as genuine a way as you can.  Ask your interviewer for 30 – 60 seconds for you to gather your wits before they roll the camera, if that is appropriate.  Smile a lot. Pause. Breathe and let your interviewer ask questions.  Know you are never going to get said everything you want or might need to.  Ask politely for the interviewer to post contact information about you and your work.

 

Artist and expert fine art gilder Karen Fitzgerald is hosting a day-long gilding workshop on September 9, in Long Island City, Western Queens, New York City. Find out more here: http://fitzgeraldart.com/gilding-workshop/ 

During my communications with Karen about her video, she didn’t miss a beat, but immediately sent me details on her gilding workshop, asking if I could post about her workshop along with the video.

Follow Karen’s lead. Connect with art bloggers and share your artist news with them. Have all the details in place– press release style or as an announcement–include images and links. If a blogger has an opening, you could get featured on an art blog. (Find more art blogs on this 57 page e-list of publications with artists. Read their submission guidelines and submit your artist news.)

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Growth-Hacking Artists Is What We Do!

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According to Wikipedia, growth hacking is a marketing technique… which uses creativity, analytical thinking, and social metrics to sell products and gain exposure.  Growth hacking can be seen as part of the online marketing ecosystem. Many growth hackers are simply good at using techniques such as search engine optimization, website analytics and content marketing which are already mainstream. Growth hackers focus on low-cost and innovative alternatives to traditional marketing– utilizing social media and viral marketing instead of buying advertising for radio, newspaper, and television. Growth hacking is particularly important for startup businesses as it allows for a “lean” launch that focuses on growth first, budgets second. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Dropbox are all companies that use growth hacking techniques.

To quote Aaron Ginn, from his article Defining A Growth Hacker: Debunking The 6 Most Common Myths About Growth Hacking, “The magic of a growth hacker is not a mysterious power but rather a mindset that focuses on what most startups deprioritize: distribution. …, growth features tend to be forgotten and under-optimized until it matters most. Dave McClure, founder of 500 startups, said that most startup founders focus heavily on product but most of a startup’s risk lies in distribution.”

When these same issues are applied to any emerging fine artist’s business, the artist is typically focused on creating product–that is producing art works– to the neglect of distribution–that is making submissions.  When discussing an artist’s business concerns, rather than use the term distribution we refer to *submissions* made to *get the  work out there* and into gallery exhibitions, art publications, and online galleries to make sales and gain visibility. Artist submissions are presentations to art professionals in positions to do much for an artist’s career– be they gallerists, art dealers, art collectors, art consultants, fine arts publishers, arts magazine editors, art licensing agents or other arts professionals.

What many artists typically do, is focus on creating new work and only when their studio is filled do they begin to think that they might need some help getting the work out there and about gaining exposure. Gaining exposure, getting shows, and making sales begins with making submissions. For any artist, a great way to gain exposure is in a feature article written and published and shared widely on social media to increase visibility. The process of getting an article featuring an artist’s work begins with research into publications and then making submissions–all time-consuming tasks. The process of getting gallery representation also begins with research.

When any artist begins to understand all the things they need to spend time doing researching their market, they typically begin to feel overwhelmed. Where to begin? How do to find the time? They really don’t want to shift focus away from the studio to begin marketing and promoting. It’s a long hard growth process to discover how best to market and promote oneself. That kind of understanding doesn’t happen overnight! Even with the ease of social media there is much to learn and it takes years to understand how best to use all the tools that are available.

That’s where we come in! Artist Marketing Resources is in our 6th year of helping artists at all levels of the growth process. Yes, we really are growth hacking artists every day!

If you are an artist interested in finding opportunities, then follow and read our blog posts.

If you are an artist who would like your work featured, support us and we will do the same with perks–find the details here.

If you are an artist who wants to take more of a DIY approach to submitting your work, then we offer ten important tools and time savers  here.

If you’d like to avail yourself of our submission services, contact Marie Kazalia for details, email: MarieKazalia@gmail.com

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Art Mags Resource List and Ebook now on Scribd w/ iPad and iPhone Readability

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With Adobe PDF scheduled to remove their share file platform in 2015, we’re looking for new platforms for our 8 ebook resources for artists. Here are two now available on Scribd–

The Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions Ebook now on Scribd here.

Art Magazines, Art Blogs, Art and Design Publications – 47 pages of clickable links is now available on Scribd here. There are several features on the Scribd site that add convenience for users. One, you can preview the ebook prior to purchasing. Once purchased, you add it to your library for easy storage and access via your computer, iPad or iPhone, Android as well as other viewing options.

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Artists Submit to Art In New York City

Art in New York City  was founded by Michael Sorgatz to promote the work of local artists. To submit your artwork for consideration, please send an email containing a link to your work or 3 jpegs (at 500 pixels wide). There is no obligation or fee for participating artists.

This is just one listing from our 80+ pages of art magazines, art blogs and sites that feature artists internationally–get your art featured here.

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Week in Review: Artist Opportunities

Today is Sunday, and to make it easy to review the opportunities that we posted this week on the Artist Marketing Resources blog, here is this week’s summary —

On Monday, we posted a question from an artist on adding donations of artworks to their artist’s CV –read the full blog post here: http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BC
On Tuesday, we published details on an Exhibition opportunity and Art Award exclusively for art students– http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BP
On Wednesday we presented the details and link to a Call for Submissions to the 2nd Derwent Art Prize– http://wp.me/pqZQo-5BP

On Thursday we provided the details on how to monetize your art and photographic images with IMGembed http://wp.me/pqZQo-5Cs

 

Coming soon–we’ll be posting the details of a new competition for artists to win $1000 and a print edition.

 

Also this week, more artists now have the International Art Gallery list PDF  , 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art PDF, and our new 2014 Photographers Resources PDF

We’ve sold copies of our ebook the Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions

Artists are also eager to access our PDF Resource list of Art Magazines and Art Blogs

Follows Artist Marketing Resources on Twitter here and on Facebook here.

Power Plant Collaborates With Artists To Produce Exclusive Artworks

I’m always on the look out in my research, for new and interesting ways artists might sell their work–including originals and licensing,editions, and merchandising.

The Power Plant Gallery and Shop in Toronto, Canada,  regularly collaborates with artists to produce special edition artwork and merchandise sold exclusively by The Power Plant. The Power Plant brings the best of contemporary art home merchandise and editions to their shop. Moreover, all purchases help to support the gallery’s programs.

Also, over the past twenty-five years, The Power Plant’s ambitious publications program has produced a full selection of award-winning exhibition catalogues and art-centric publications.

Artists seeking more information on ways to sell their art, should the PDF resources lists that I continually update with new opportunities.

A full list of our PDF Resources for Artists:

International Art Gallery list PDF

Art Licensing companies, artist agents and artist representatives list PDF

Transmedia Artist Guide to Making Artist Submissions ebook 

Directory of Art Consultants PDF

 1,100+ Places to Sell Your Art PDF list  

New!  in 2014 Photographers Resources: International Photography Reps and agents, galleries, print sales + much more 

Resource list of Art Magazines, art blogs for artists to submit to increase visibility