Top 10 art book lists fr @makingamark2 squidoo.com/top-ten-art-bo…
Stuff Does Matter Manifesto – must read if worried about your art as “more stuff” ow.ly/cBuC2 via @meganauman
RT @abstanfield: Needing step-by-step instructions for certain parts of your art biz? Tell me about your needs ow.ly/cAg5c
Great post by @clintavo @fineartviews ow.ly/cGX61 Focus on your art long before marketing! There's other stuff there, too.
Trend in collaboration among artist grantees ow.ly/cJ0e3 via @artfagcity
What are the best sites for flash art sales? Are you using them?
Interview for members w/ @HarrieteE “I'm so tired of artists being afraid” (to ask for what they need) Love it! Power to the #artists
Artist Conspiracy member @ColMitchellArt has made her mark in 2012! bit.ly/QxGdG4 <Good work, Col!
#Art Biz Coach Fall schedule has been updated. What classes will you take? artbizcoach.com/classes
Should you be posting more to your FB page? ow.ly/cOaFP
How to use #video to promote your business on #Pinterest, from @serenityva. ow.ly/cRqHL
MT @lisacall: Unsubscribed from a bunch of blogs. Instd of reading about motivation & being inspired I decided to spend my time doing stuff
2 lists you should look at every morning: Focus & Ignore ow.ly/cJeV0 via @HarvardBiz @copyblogger
Contrary to popular opinion, the hustle is not a new dance step – it is an old business procedure. – Fran Lebowitz
RT @chrisbrogan When you're planning, think big. You don't get extra points for staying safe.
The minute you decide you have limitations, you will be forever bound by those constraints.
Some of the best biz lessons on TV are on Restaurant Impossible
Just Plain Funny
Kids narrate audio tours @MuseumModernArt hilarious! ow.ly/cT2V9 via @hyperallergic
RT @badbanana Just bought a Mark Rothko paint by number kit. Aaaaaaaand, I'm done.
5 thoughts on “Twitter Tweekly for August 12 2012”
Thanks Alyson! love your weekly roundups!! 🙂
Love seeing your face again, Jenn.
Restaurant Impossible Rocks! I’d still be in business if it had existed earlier. I recommend it to everyone.
Kathy: Glad you agree! But I’m SO glad I don’t work with Robert Irvine. You?
A really sensible, really smart breakdown of considerations!