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How to survive and prosper as an artist

Caroll Michels

How to survive and prosper as an artist

selling yourself without selling your soul

by Caroll Michels

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Published by Henry Holt and Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Art -- Vocational guidance -- United States,
  • Art -- Marketing

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCaroll Michels.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsN6505 .M46 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22528807M
    ISBN 100805088482
    ISBN 109780805088489
    LC Control Number2008039615
    OCLC/WorldCa243544418

    Thankfully there is a handful of good titles as well, Jackie Battenfield's, Sharon Louden's, and Tad Crawford's coming in for commendation for their respective strengths. I have written about how, if they do, there will be hell to pay. This popular expert focuses on helping the reader build successful relationships directly with collectors, developing a loyal audience through marketing and networking strategies. Being an artist means believing you are an artist; making a living as an artist requires mastering many of the skills and professional attitudes shared by successful self-employed persons engaged in other occupations. She talks about effective use of e-mail and print-on-demand, the latter which belongs in a different chapter, but the explanation was cogent. The occasion for the latest update is the widespread notion that artists might find their economic salvation by selling themselves, adapting the techniques of advertising and marketing.

    Neither could I restart it, even with the attempted addition of more euros. It is not your job to educate the customer on copyright unless it is a commission. Indeed, updated tales of shady practices, new to the sixth edition, indicate that all parties involved still need to consider what dealers can and cannot do, and should and should not do. The myth tells us that the desire for comfortable lives and financial success will ultimately poison and distort art, that a true artist is concerned only with art and anyone else is a dilettante. One of them finally prevailed on the manager to send a technician.

    Using humor and a conversational tone, the author introduces marketing concepts, with step-by-step strategies for artists. Courtesy of Amazon. You mastered and controlled. Few are trying to change it.


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She talks about effective use of e-mail and print-on-demand, the latter which belongs in a different chapter, but the explanation was cogent.

This book illustrates the evolution of her three-decade career with more than of her gravity-defying works — in both modest and monumental scale — in chronological order. There is plenty of room in the art world for artists to make a good living — if they are willing to take an active stand in promoting their careers.

Jason Horejs. You might want to make special clauses about what territories they can or can not use your imagery in, etc. However, you should know the difference between what an exclusive and a non-exclusive license means, and all the ins and outs of making a little contract or a big contract - if you are selling a license to a perhaps a big company and still want to keep your copyright to reproduce prints.

She makes a good reckoning of blogs, with an eye on what works for the artists producing them, and touches on social networking, podcasting, and third-party online galleries.

Nevertheless, through the powers of pantomime and overly optimistic assumptions about Parisian magnanimity, I enlisted the aid of three different people passing through.

But in reality, and in most cases, anyone engaged in a dual career for any length of time understands that it creates a life-style of frustration, confusion, stress, chaos, exhaustion, and guilt.

Robert Alderman's new book, How to Prosper as an Interior Designer, provides detailed guidance for all designers seeking to succeed in today's competitive environment. This worries me, that the career moves described in Survive and Prosper are necessary but not sufficient for survival and prosperity.

True, she has hundreds of data points, and they don't add up to a flattering picture of the profession. I'm so cynical about this that I'm looking at these names and suspecting that Dave Conrey, Barney Davey, and Brainard Carey are all mildly altered pseudonyms for the same person.

The circumstances that brought me to Paris are complicated and confidential, but let's just say that the opportunity came up via one of my private students. The field has long been filled with terrible books on this topic, and as previously mentioned, they have multiplied to the point of forming a subgenre.

Artists must also accept responsibility for the way things are, mainly because most artists, overtly, covertly, or inadvertently, participate or try to participate in the dog-eat-dog system. Highly recommended.

Thank you both. For artists, the question is particularly complex because of the difference between survival and prosperity as defined by artists and those in other professions.

Other people do, preferably when the artist is dead! I'm sure purchase of original art from me will include a receipt with mention of my copyright, as well as a copyright notice indelibly affixed to the rear of the art object.

An obvious question that may arise for readers is whether or not this book is a page advertisement for her own career coaching business.

A new dedication describes the publisher as the book's "real home. If my work sells, am I a sellout? Just getting started? But for selling individual prints and original works, like you said, "They'll be lucky to receive a receipt.

NEVER sell your copyright.Get this from a library! How to survive and prosper as an artist: selling yourself without selling your soul. [Caroll Michels] -- This acclaimed guide empowers artists to take control of their careers to create a fulfilling life and earn a decent income.

In this newly revised edition, Caroll Michels continues to. Jan 25,  · Sponsor a Book. Edit. Last edited by EdwardBot. January 25, | History. How to survive and prosper as an artist 6 editions.

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The classic handbook for launching and sustaining a career that "explodes the romantic notion of the starving artist", with new and expanded resources for succeeding in the burgeoning Internet art market (The New York Times)Now in its fifth edition, with over 85, copies of previous editions sold, How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist is the preeminent guide to taking control of your 3/5(2).

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Jun 09,  · How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist: Selling Yourself Without Selling Your Soul by Caroll Michels Paperback Book, pages Description. The classic handbook for launching and sustaining a career that "explodes the romantic notion of the starving artist," ("The New York Times") with a brand-new chapter on Internet art marketingPages: Jan 09,  · Correction: In the Jan.

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