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Starting your Career as An Artist

A Guide for Painters, Sculptors, Photographers, and Other Visual Artists
Wojak, Angie (Book - 2011)
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Starting Your Career as an Artist is a comprehensive manual full of sound advice for artists seeking to advance their professional careers. Veteran art career professionals Angie Wojak and Stacy Miller show aspiring artists how to evaluate their goals, create a plan of action, and use their talents to build a productive life in the art world. Chapters cover topics essential to the emerging artist, such as building community through networking, collaborating, and finding mentors; setting up a studio; health and safety for artists; artist's resumes and CVs; developing marketing plans; finding alternative exhibition venues; and refining career aspirations. In addition, the book includes inspiring and insightful interviews with professional artists and well-known players in the art scene. http://www.facebook.com/StartArtCareer
Authors: Wojak, Angie
Title: Starting your career as an artist
a guide for painters, sculptors, photographers, and other visual artists
Publisher: New York : Allworth Press, c2011
Characteristics: 283 p. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Angie Wojak and Stacy Miller
Contents: Myths about artists
Assessing your goals as an artist
Galleries and museums
Alternative spaces: breaking the rules to break through
Creating a strategy for exhibiting your work / Rhonda Schaller
Community building and networking for artists
Setting up a studio
Health, safety, and emergency relief for artists / Monona Rossol
Writing résumés, CVs, and artists' statements
Making your alma mater work for you
Graduate school
Gaining experience and earning income: internships, jobs, and studio assistant positions
Exploring teaching options
Your studio practice as a business / Carol Overby
Getting the word out: promoting your work
Legal resources, contracts, and gallery relationships
Fund-raising for artists / Kay Takeda
Residencies: space and time to think and work
Lifelong learning for artists
Inspiration for refining your goals
Additional Contributors: Miller, Stacy
ISBN: 158115853X
Branch Call Number: 702.3 W847s 2011
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Headings: Art Vocational guidance United States
Topical Term: Art
LCCN: 2011011628
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