News you can use for your art business, which you might have missed had you stepped away from Twitter at any time during the week. (Gosh, I hope you stepped away!)
All of these tweets are from my @abstanfield Twitter stream.
art biz tips
art biz tip: Never ever say you're “playing” in the studio. You're working your butt off. Play=Not serious
art biz tip: Your artist statement should compel people to look back at your art. Does it?
art biz tip: Update your bio. Surely you have something new to add.
this and that
Received email from high-end Denver gallery with prices in it. First time ever. The world is changing.
Check out @ColMitchellArt ‘s Register Your Art page. Good work Col! ow.ly/9cZe3
In case you ever thought you'd want to work at an auction house. zite.to/wUi2ds via @Zite
Ryan Jones, of The Crafts Report, “… your highest-priced items can be a better sales tool than the greatest booth or display @CraftsReport via @HarrieteE
“The online art market is becoming like a crowded boxing ring.” Financial Times ow.ly/99mHR
RT @sam_clift: Just finished reading ‘I'd rather be in the studio!' Seriously recommend it to any artist in need of marketing tips <Thx Sam!
Artists share their workspaces and say a few words about them hyperallergic.com/46732/a-view-f… via @hyperallergic
Date your artwork? Yes! artworknetwork.net/blog/?p=1065 via @artworknetwork
7 powerful ways to end your next blog post via @problogger ow.ly/9ba31
Authority blogging for artists ow.ly/9cRGQ via @chrisgarrett
75 Surprisingly Creative Facebook Timeline Covers zite.to/wkLJJY via @Zite these are great!
Use Pinterest responsibly – great article bit.ly/zJysZY
Pinterest: How to prevent your Blogger images from being pinned bit.ly/A50SSn via @MakingaMark
just really cool
Artist Walks All Day to Create Spectacular Snow Patterns zite.to/wLOR0Y
need your input
Still looking: cloud-based inventory/databases for artists? Your recommendations?
Who are you? We want to know in this quick survey artbizblog.com/who-are-you
1 thought on “Tweekly for February 26 2012”
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