Twitter Tweekly for April 15 2012

A recap of my most helpful tweets from the past two weeks.

Inspirational Artist Stories

Proof that your signature block can lead to sales and fame
Be inspired by Artist Conspiracy member @anniesalness story of her art after her stroke
Follow @abstanfield on TwitterThinking of doing an Art Fair? Artist @JaimeeTodd shares her experience: – via @KeshaBruce
Need absolution? Drop by art installation The Bureau of Apologies in Brooklyn in April

Marketing Matter

Nice tutorial for turning photos into Instagrams using Photoshop Elements
100 really creative biz cards
Student recommends for inventory for artist w/ variety of product lines


Facebook now (2011) displays image copyright and caption metadata in albums: via @wordpressdotcom
via @B2Community @PublicityHound: Power tips for your Facebook timeline. <Good facts
Facebook Content Published Via Third-Party Tools Suffers 234% Fewer Likes [New Data]

Tweets from the Colorado Creative Industries Summit

Live tweets from Breckenridge, Colorado, April 12-13, 2012.

I'd Rather Be in the Studio & Fat Tire beer
Cynthia Morris set down her Fat Tire (Colorado!) beer next to a copy of IRBITS at the Colorado Creative Industries Summit. A true Kodak moment.

Important for creatives to have “beginner's mind” – Matt Morris
Sometimes the white box is exactly what you need to react against as an artist – John McEnroe
20-30% of businesses that the Colorado SBDC counsels are creatives
Public artist said he spends 60% of his time on proposals

Art Biz Coach Stuff

Making your art a career. @ArtCareers interviews me
We have a start to a new Artist Conspiracy Pinterest board. Check out our members!
My updated workshop schedule for 2012 CO, DE, IL, TX, WY

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3 thoughts on “Twitter Tweekly for April 15 2012”

    1. Alyson Stanfield

      If only I could drink it. I miss “easy” beer – having to hunt down gluten-free variety instead.

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