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“An artist statement is not art. It is not a full translation of a visual statement into a verbal statement. The writing does not need to encapsulate all of your creative striving and complexities. It does not need to be entirely original or brilliant, and say everything you want to say to the world.” -Excerpt from […]
“People don’t care what you did, they care why you did it.” This is a marketing tip, not something to live your life by. So just in case you do care, I’ll explain why I wrote my book, ART-WRITE. I was working as a writer/developer for an educational media company and the project grant came […]
Artists, are you approaching the necessity of self-promotion with resentment, wishing for an agent or a gallery to take care of all of this annoying marketing/selling/writing stuff? Some artists think self-promotion is intrinsically icky. They can grasp the benefits of self-promotion, but they just don’t want to get involved. You may have to set aside […]